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THE STATESMAN.
ORGAN OF THE COLORED PEOPLE IN COLORADO, WYOMING, MONTANA, UTAH AND NEW MEXICO,
VOL. XV.
COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the State.
MANITOU, COLORADO.
Win. J.iiiiiM'u of Hoi Springs, Ark ,
is in the resort for the winter.
Mrs. Charles Robinson was hostess
lust week for the S K. Club.
George Groves was visiting his
mother and family Monday
Little Inez ami Kathrine Robinson
have been quite ill during the past
week.
The services held at the residence
of Mrs. Hubbard for the benefit of
Embry Mission were well attended
and a neat sum realized.
TRINIDAD COLORADO
Mini K. Little in quite ill.
Mrs. Whaley of Raton was over
last week visiting her many friends.
Uev. Byrd, pastor of the A. M E,
Church is bolding a re>ivnl assisted
by Rev. Williams.
Frank House is erestly improved.
He will loare for Pluvnix, A Hz.,
where he expects to fully recover his
health.
Mjss Lizzie Brown returned to her
home in Denver Saturday after a two
weeks visit with her aunt, Mrs N. F.
Steele.
Mrs. J. Seymour, who has 1» osiek
for several days is able to lio out
again.
W A. Jordan and wife left Friday
for f IbiKpierque, where they will
make their future home. Their many
friends wish them well.
DENVER, COLORADO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1905
Mr. and Mrs. N. F Steele enter
‘ lained tbs members of (he Students'
1 Aid Sochi; Thursday evening in hon
or of Mis* L. Brown of Denver. Be
sides the members of the club a num
ber of friends were invited. The
bouse was profusely decorated with
lotted plants and the evening was
■ spent in music and games. Delicious
refreshments were served.
Mrs, C. Jackson and Miss J. Scott
entertained Wednesday evening com
pliraentory to Miss Lizzie Brown of
• Denver, and a number of guests were
i present. The rooms were festooned
with red, white and blue bunting.
Games and music were indulged in
until a late hour. Elaborate refresh
ments were served.
Mr. and Mrs I’at ton invited a num
tier of friends to their beautiful home
Friday evening, the gathering being
in honor of Miss Brown of Denver.
Messrs Button and Steele amused the
guests by humorous dialogues
Quiant, old fashion games wereplayed
after which refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mis. Charles Blackwood,
sr , mtertaiued Uev. and Mrs. Byrd.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Blackwood, jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Stsele, Mrs. Handy, Misses
Brown and Jackson at breakfast Fri
day morning. The event was com
plimentary to Miss Brown.
Standing room was at par Monday
night at the A. M. E. Church. The
crowd had gathered to witness the
drill concert by the Sunday School.
Mrs. F. Wilson managed the affair
ami the orotfmm wtj »«<*»’. lent A
neat sum was raised for the church.
BOULDER COLORADO.
Mrs. R, M. Horn entertained at din
ner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Lizzie
Richards.
Mrs. E. B. Harris is enjoying a visit
with her son Ed., and his wife, of
Denver
Mrs. Martha Hall entertained at an
elaberate dinner, in honor of her son
Frank Hall.
Rt. - , Hubbard and wife spent a few
days in Denver last week, visiting
friends.
Mrs. Addie Banks is very ill with
Tonsilitis.
Mrs. Lizzie Richards had Tonsilitis
for a week, but is much improved.
Watch meeting was observed at the
church, after which a series of meet
ings followed.
The entertainment given by the lit
erary Thursday night was a success.
Mr. Morrison of Fayette, Mo., is
here for an indefinite slay.
Mrs. McVey, who was slightly crip
pled from a fall, is much improved.
Her daughter, little Hazel is sick.
Sunday was Quarterly meeting.
Rev Jordan Allen was here and ad
ministered Sacrament at 3p. m. He
preached three soul stiriug sermons.
Mr-, Lizzie Howard, who has i»en
spending the holidays with her sister,
Mrs. Mosely, returned home last Fri
day. The ladies tendered her agraud
s>>rpri“e Thursday * “
Albert Sterens, who has been in
Omaha. Nebraska, returned home last
week.
The Sewing Circle will meet at
Misa Mary White, Thursday afternoon
All members should be present, as
there will be a delightful lunch serv
ed.
Misses Lott and James entertained
about twenty of their friends Wed
nesday at the home of the
latter. The house was beautifully
decorated for the occasion and games
and music were indulged in. Light
refreshments were served.
Human Foot Grows Smaller.
It Is assorted by a sculptor that tha
bnuian foot Is becoming smaller. Tha
masculine toot of twenty centuries
ago was about twelve Inches long.
The average man's foot of today la
easily fitted with a No. SI* shoe, which
Is not more than ten and seven-ala*
tecnths Inches In length.
Women Sardine Curers.
Sardine curers In France are nearly
all women, who sometimes work twen
ty hours out o( the twenty-four. They
are paid at the rate of thirty cents
per 1,000 fish.
Scotland Yard.
Scotland Yard. London. Is the larg
est police station In the world. It has
accommodations for 3,000 policemen.
Chair of Solid Silver.
The most expensive chair In the
world belongs to the pope. It la of
aollii silver, ami cost *90,COO.
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