$ $ $ s $ s $ $ ? 4 5 DENVER. I i: A ts iN , g g S) Office of Intermountain Catholic, 409 Charles Block, 15tk and Cur- lj tis Streets. I DENVER SOCIAL. I Mr?. John J. Dillon and her sons, Lee I and Malcolm, will Evepnd the winter in, ! Los Angeles. 1 Mrs. Harry Ge-ier has gone to visit her mother and will be gone for a couple of weeks. ! Mrs. Otie Spencer left Thursday for I California, where she will remain a month or six weeks. j TV. J. and O. H. Gerspach were sur- ! prised by a company of their friends if New Tear's eve at their home, 3231 j Champa street, and the old year was j Iileasantly watchedout. I Judse Butler yesterday si pried a de- I iiiit nf rhi Barred Heart I college against Charles S. Elder, county coun-ty treasurer, forbidding' the latter to collect taxes on the actual school property prop-erty of the institution as per finding of Judge Palmer some months ago. Charles Nast, the" photographer, has just received news of the sudden death of hif sister, Miss Martha L. Xast, at Brooklyn, N. Y., of heart disease. Miss Nast was a fchool teacher of District Xo. 1 in Denver for several years, and was welt liked. Her many friends among the teachers of this city will learn with sorrow of her sudden demise. de-mise. O Miss? Florence M. Nulty entertained very pleasantly during the week. A musicale and recital was interspersed between social talk, after which refreshments re-freshments were served. Those taking part in the programme were: Misses Agnes Lioughran, M. Leyrer, P. Lehman, Leh-man, K. Owens, G. Owens, M. Owens, F. M. Nulty, Messrs; H. Loughran, V. Hoberson, Clay, J. K. Hobberson, J. M. Nultv, P. J. M. Nulty, F. Noble. The following officers1 were installed. Friday night at the meeting of the Sa cred Heart branch No. 1, C. M. B. A.: President, P. J. Gallagher; first vice president, Barney Neville; recording ; secretary, Thomas Leavy; assistant re- 4 cording secretary, John Hammill; .financial tecretary, Thomas Fielding-; ? treasurer, "Williajm, Maloney; marshal. E. J. Devlin; guard, J. J. Dmneen; trustees, J. M. Gibson, Thomas Leavy. ' A most delightful at home was given I Monday from 4 to 6 o'clock by the I Misses Mullen at their beautiful new j home, S'.6 Pennsylvania avenue. The reception room, library and parlors i were handsomely decorated withja pro- fusion of holly, red carnations and I American beauty roses. The Misses f Mullen were ass;rtcd in receiving by r Misses Nellie Toovey. Violet Toovey, 5 Shafroth, Preston. Charlotte Becker I and Gotteslebec. Ov ?r 100 guests called I during the afternoon. A very pretty wedding took place in j Kansas City New Year's day. Rev. : Father Little uniting in marriage Mr. F. N. Flynn and Miss Harriet Bone. It .was a home wadding, but a reception : was held in the parlors of the Midland i hotel for two hours before the bridal party left for their home in Monterey. Mtix. Mrs. YV. H. Andrew and little i i. . son of Denver, assisted the bride in '; receiving the guests; also Mr. J. P. , ; Flynn and son of Monterey, Mex., and i Mr. C. B. Flj-nn of London. The groom - I is Mrs. Andrew's youngest brother. I "W. T. Newman, who has been in the I . : train service of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad for the past twelve f years, has been promoted to traffic in- j Fpector of .his company. The advance- t men, of Mr. Newman will cause much pleasure, for the young man is popular I ' ; . socially and on the road. He has work- ed himself up from brakeman to his I . present position He is a brother of i! JoE'ih Newman, the well known en- 1 tertainer and song writer, a graduate of East Denver high school and has I liver in Denver for many years. Ever : since leaving Fchool he has been in ihe ! service of the Rio Grande. The friends of Miss Anna Kelly gave her a pleasant surprise party at the home oi momas morns- in Jiarman one evening lat week and presented her with a fine bicycle. Miss Kelly is the young lady who contested for the bicycle ath the Harman church fair, but whom the judges declared- defeated defeat-ed by one-half a vote. Her friends did not regard the decision as fair, and Al. derman, Lamont and Mr. John and Mr. Roth organized the party for her benefit. bene-fit. Those present included, besides the above, Mrs. and Miss Lamont. Mrs. Roth. Mrs. Ingersoll. Mr. and Mrs. ! Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. "Winfield. Mr. i I s and Mrs. Michels, Mr. and Mrs. J. "V. i S Young and Mr. Doherty. I Miss Lillian Hurd's luncheon on I Thursday afternoon for Miss Harriet f " - Struby and Mirts Rebo Eicholtz was a I very- pleasant compliment to the young I ladies, and one very much enjoyed by J their friends who were bidden to be present. The table was aglow with red carnations, end the red lights reflecting orv the well appointed table was very ciTer-tive. The name cards were dainty little conceits in book form with tiny sprays of holly and mistletoe on the outside cover. The gues.ts were Misses Barbara Fisher, Cornelia Jerome, Florence Kountze. Catharine Wood, Mrs. Frances Clutton, Mrs. James Augustus Skinner. Mrs. T. A. Hughes, Mrs. William P. Malburn and Mrs. J. F. PfeifTer. Letter carriers and their families and friends attended the installation of the? newly elected officers of branch No. 47, National Letter Carriers' association, at Elks' hall, 1517 Lawrence street. Saturday Sat-urday night. Following the installation came a musical programme and speeches by officers and members. J. C. McMahan. ex-state vice president, presi-dent, acted as installing officer, assisted by J. B. Swanland. The exercises were of the regular form. Following were the officers installed: L. M. Bavis, president; T. B. Gregory,, vice president; presi-dent; H. 15. Seaton, recording secretary; secre-tary; C. St. Behm, treasurer; J. T. O'Neill, J. H. Brown and M. O. Baker, trustees; Walter Tufford, collector M. B. A.; J. W. Copley, serjeant-at-arms: Frank Newman, correspondent Postal Record. The installation was followed by an address by the new president. He reviewed re-viewed the history of the organization and its growth and. progress. The programme pro-gramme which followed the installation installa-tion was in charge of F. M. Newman, chairman of the entertainment committee, commit-tee, and J. B. Deavlan, master of ceremonies. cere-monies. A number of the members of the Denver Maennerchor and their wives greeted Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kirchhof at their residence, 1049 South Eleventh street, on Wednesday night last, surprising sur-prising them with a musical programme pro-gramme and refresh men.ts. Mr. Kirchhof. Kirch-hof. who ia a member of this popular musical and social organization, was s;xn Fufileiently at ease to assist his wife in giving tip pess.-ssion of his home to the welcome merrymakers. Vocal and instrumental music intervened be tween choice refreshments and dancing, danc-ing, inaugurating a new year social season among the families of the Maennerchor Maen-nerchor which prcm'iFies to be exceedingly exceed-ingly enjoyable. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Sehirmer, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. KoHi, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kiaticr, Mr. and Mrs, Charjes Nast, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borcherdt, Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koehler, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Fer-dinand Pistorius, Professor Emil Zietz, Professor Carl Linder, William Fehr Carl Moewea, Dr. Alfred R. Seebass Mrs. Fred J. Alcock and Miss Hoecked.