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SPRINGS Those desiring copies of The Statesman can purchase them at 216 Pueblo are. Rev. W. E. Gladden spent a few days in Pueblo this week. Mesdames Gee, Strain and Max well are on the sick list. A number of (visitors are expected to spend Easter in the city. Rev. J. E. Ford of Denver is a visi tor to the city this week. Ch»s. Milton of Cripple Creek is spending the Easter iu the city. Rev. A. E, Reynolds of Albuquer que, was in the city last week enroute to Cripple Creek. Mr. Ramsey of Los Angeles was in the congregation at Payne Chapel last Sunday. The W. C. T. U . meets at the resi dence of Mrs. Jenkins Wednesday af ternoon at 3 o’clock. Mrs. J. Johnson came in from Sur lier last Friday to remain over Eas ter. We are glad to learn that A. Blank enship is recovering from his recent illness. Payne Chapel Sunday School has arranged for an 'elaborate Easter en tartainment for Friday night. Mrs. Cornelia Marlin came down from Cripple Creek Monday and will spend a few days with friends in the city. Mrs. H. D. Earl entertained at an elaborate breakfast Wednesday, at which Mrs Abram Grant was guest of honor. Don’t fail to attend Payne Chapel Easter services: Easter service at 11 a. m , and an elaborate musical pro gram at_B p. m. Mrs. Dorcas Watson was in the ci ty Sunday and spoke to a very appre ciative audience at Payne Chapel Sunday night. The infant child of Mr, and Mrs. Alliert Rollins died suddenly at their home Saturday morning. The funer al was held from the residence Sun day afternoon, Rev, Tillman officiated. Dr. Scarlet of Nashville, spent a few hours in this city Monday with his old friend and classmate, Dr. R. S Grant. Tuesday ho resumed his trip <o the coast. Chas. Banas, who was formerly a soldier in the Philippines, will deliv er his famous lecture on “His Experi ences in Army Life," at the’People’s M, E. Church Thursday evening. A THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. literary program will be rendered in connection. Admission 10-cents. The Men's Sunday Forum of Payne Chapel was inaugurated last Sunday afternoon, and it is hoped that it may prove to be one of the most helpful and entertaining organi zations of the kind in the Slate. One Sunday in the month will tie Ladies Day, other meetings being devoted to men exclusively. The cantata rendered at Payne Chapel Friday night has been pro nounced one of the best productions of its kind ever given in the city. Mrs. Tillman deserves much credit for her untiring efforts to make this entertainment a creditable affair as well as a financial success for the trustees of the church. Eugene P. Booze has issued a call to the citizens of Colorado Springs to meet Tuesday evening at Payne Chap el to organize an Afro-American Bus iness League to affiliate with the Nat ional Negro Business League of which Booker T. Washington is pres ident. Colorado Springs’ society is all astir over the elequant reception that was tendered Mrs. Abram Grant Monday afternoon by Mrs, H. M. Hurley at her beautiful home on Stillman St. The dining room pre sented a very brilliant seen", the col or scheme of red, green and white be ing beautifully carried out. The red candelabra, whose mellow light show ed up the elaborate costumes of the guests, together with the beautiful ferns and white blossoms made the apartment look like a choice flower garden. The hostess was assisted in receiving by Mesdames Buckner and Earl. Mesdames Tillman and Ida Joyce Jackson did the honors at the table. Those who called were serv ed with dainty refreshments. Mrs. Grant left Thursday for Denver to spend the Easter with Kev. and Mrs, Dyett. A DAREDEVIL RIDE often ends in a sad accident. To heal accidental injuries, use Bucklen's Ar nica Salve. “A deep wound in my foot, from an accident,” writes Theo dore -Scbuole, of Columbus,.o , caused me gje it paiu Physicirns were help less, but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly healed It.” Soothes and heals burns like magic. 25c at James Bal linger k Co, druggist, HIS MIND IN COURTROOM. Judge's Petition to Heaven Mixed with Legal Phraseology. Friends of Judge Alfred Colt of the Probate court at New London, Conn., have cost him many dinners lately by a joke of which his slxtecn year-old daughter, Gertrude, was the promul gator. The Judge, accompanied by his daughter, can be seen bathing every morning. Both are experts, and often swim out far from sight. A few mornings ago they bad got about fifty yards from shore when the judge, who by the way Is a very religious man, exclaimed In agony: “Daughter, I've got a cramp. Sava yourself and swim to shore!” And ha lifted his eyes upward as If In prayer. But his daughter dived down back ol him and extracted from the giant member of his pedal extremity a large cow crab. Both then swam to shore. That night on the veranda of Judge Colt's home he was relating the ex perience. "Dad," said hla daughter Gertrude affectionately, “do you know what you I said In your prayer at that time?" “Certainly,” replied the judge. “I i quoted 'Thy will be done.’ “ 'No,' said his daughter, ‘you didn't You said 'Thy will be filed.'”—Now York Times. Students Obey Military Instructor. After boldine out a lone time and trying all kinds of compromises, the seniors of the University of California have yielded to their military Instruct or. Capt. Nance of the Ninth cavalry and the secretary of war. and have consented to march in and out of the captain's class room in military style. Keep your tongue within your teeth and your pence within your purse. Good words cost nothing and are worth much; hot air Is plentiful and la worth nothing. LADIES’ SPRING HATS! 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