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SPRINGS Those desiring copies of The Statesman can purchase them at 216 Pueblo ave. The Payne Chapel choir will render its Eister program Sunday evening Mrs. Kate Johnson of Surber,spent the week with Mrs. Pennington. Mrs. Kathryn Tillman visited in Denver last week and was the guest of Mrs. Dyett. Miss Courtney Hancock stopped a few hours in the city last week, en ! route from Chicago to her home in j Denver. Mrs. Smith Gee and Mrs. Julia Emery entertained at breakfast and dinner, respectively, for Mrs. Grant la«t week. All men who are interested in the Sunday Forum are requested to meet at Payne Chapel Sunday afternoon at i o’clock, The family of Lewis Knight, head porter at the Cliff House, arrived Sunday from Kansas City and are now located in Manitou. Mrs. Jessie Taylor came down from Denver Saturday and spent Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. | Moore. She returned Tuesday ac-1 comnanied by her sister, Mrs. Eva j Johnson. The nine year old daughter of Mrs.■ Thomas of the north end. died last week and was buried Sunday morn ing from St. John's Church. Mrs. D- rtie Barnard was down from D nver last week visiting old friends. Louis Greenway and sister left for Muscatine, Ta., to bo gone during the summer months. Mesdames Alice Coleman, Mary Milligan and Maxwell are reported sick. Mrs. Jones, mother of Mrs. Wood all, died at the residence of her daughter last Friday and the funeral was held Sunday morning from St. John’s Church, Rev. W. B. Gladden, officiating. Mrs. Ida Joyce Jackson left Mon day for Denver where she is to deliv er her famous lecture on “Woman’s Work,” and aho road a paper for dis cussion before .he Eureka Literary. Owing to the inclement weather Easter services were not so well at tended Sunday, However, excellent programs wore rendered which were thoroughly enjoyed by those present. Mrs. H. D. Etrl was hostess at a very delightful musicals Wednesday THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. morning of last week, complimentary to Mrs. Grant. The program which was rendered by some of the best mu sical and literary talent of the city, was one of the best ever presented. One of the most beautiful numbers rendered was a solo “Far Away,” by Mrs. Grant. Mrs. Eva Carter Buckner pleasant ly entertained at an informal dinner in honor of Mrs. Grant, Wednesday evening of last week. Those who en joyed this spread were; Mrs. Grant, Rev. and Mrs. Tillman, Mrs. DeClel land and Isa&c Carter. Howard, the sixteen year old son of Rev. and Mrs. Gladden, passer! away Tuesday after a lingering illness. He was a bright little Christian and through the six years of suffering he bore up bravely. He has left us a beautiful lesson of patience and for bearance and in his death we feel our loss keenly. We ex end to the be reaved ones our sincere sympathy in their affliction. Reflection. Tea, I have been thlnklrg to-day, Of the Joys and the sorrows of ths past. How merrily gilded each moment away, How winsome, how Joyous, how bright seemed each day. Till the years of my youth were past. Ahl Qod was good to me then. And his love surrounded my path- He gave me a heart that was as light and free As the song of a bird, or the hum of a bee; But all that has gone with the past. And God Is good to me now. Though the stroke of his rod Is hard; For I have felt the depth of the w.*. The dreadful pain which all must know, W hen a loved one sleeps under the sod. So I have been thinking to-day And this lesson I've learned from the past. That the Joys and sorrows we live through here. Make us tire of earth and for Heaven prepare. Where our Joys forever wl^lnst. Iris Plants In Thibet. Iris plants grow In Thibet, jS.r.oo feet above sea level, In such masses as to look like sheets of purple, Wild Tea in Siam. Tea grows wild in many parts of Siam. 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 Tbeo dore Schuele, of Columbus, O , caused me great pain Phyeicirns were help less, but Rucklen's Arnica Salve quickly healed it.” Soothes and heals burns like magic. 25c at James Hal- Unger k Co, druggist, Masculine Dullness. Sec. Alice is knitting. ' One—skip two three— Then over. Somehow, I just feel that lie Is going to like these slippers I’ve knit— Only one thing troubles me: Will they fit? And I wonder if he will like pale blue* Will he understond it— My love is true?* Four—live—sir—seven—eight—skip ten— and turn— (He’ll never suspect this was hard to learn). "It’s surprising, they say, how knitting holds; I guessed his size. These are number five soles: Now. with pale-blue slippers I really think The prettiest bown are & sea-shell pink; He will enjoy pgttlng these on at night; l>ear boy, he sits up till past 3 to write! With these on he will be dreaming of me— (But he says he does that continually.") • ••••• "What’s this festive young bundle tied up so. Decorated with holly and mistletoe? Alice writes It’s something she has made for roe— I must ’promise to wear them constant ly!— The dear little angel—she only lacks wings! (If 1 only knew the name of these things!) Is it two pincushions-or a sachet?— Whatever If is. I will put if away." —New Orleans Picayune. i i Sweet Night. Street moon, shin** on her window through the night To show her God In.* —t • g-ntle light Between iui <ln>- Sweet sleep, enfold her softly where she lies And steal away Insomnia from the eyes Which many praise. Sweet dreams, which visit those whose sleep Is sweet. Como to her slumber- make her smile to greet I nconsclousnes*. Sweet morning wake her with thy Joy ous sounds Fill her with gladness tiiat her life abounds With power to bless' —H. Hlggoson. The Hand of Fate. “This lino In your hand," said the girl who had studied palmistry, "Indi cates that you have a brilliant future before you." "Is that so?" queried the dense young man “Yes." answered the fair maid; "but this other line Indicates that you are too slow to ever catch up with It." LADIES’ SPRING HATS! Are here-all the latest street and shirt waist styles ready to wear. THE HOWLAND MILLINERY CO. 16th Street opposite Daniels & Fisher MRS. NANNIE KING. Prop. The Little Cottage Dining Room. 1936 Arapahoe Street. Surpassing Cuisine--Quick Service-Three Meals daily—Regular Dinner at Noon. Special Sunday Dinner from 12 to 3 p. m. WHY NOT BUY YOUR LIQUORS OF ED LEWIN The Louisville Liquor House, 24th and Larimer street, is headqusrters to buy the best and cheapest iu the city Telephone 1396, Ed Low in, proprie tor. Sole agent for Eastern distil leries and Santa Rosa vineyard. All other houses are left in the shade He has no rent to pay so he can sod will sell cheaper than ever- Give hi call. THE World’s Fair Route OFFERS THE BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE TO ST LOUIS. The Frisco System traverses THE FOLLOWING STATES: Illinois Indiana Mississippi Kansas Arkansas Tennessee Alabama Missouri Oklahoma Indian Ter. Texas. THE SOUTHEASTERN LIMITED, Leaving Kiiiiku City at 6.30 p. m. dally, will l uk#« v;»n to NpH nut'eld. Metnphla, IS I rinlti Kh am. Atlanta, Jacksonville nud all point* In the Non I hca*t. Rictltont route to all point* >*orth, l..i»t, Sotiih, Souilinuf and HoulJi- West. tor detailed In lor mat ion, apply to y G W MARTIN. CCNCaaL Aoknt Dcnvk*. Cot. E DRAKE, Oi»t rum aocnt Sait La * r City. Utah. T A jOhn, Gcnrn«i Aum Ourrt. Montana.