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Life of the Puebloans Mr*. W. H. Freeman is on the sick list. Rev. J. I‘, Watson spent .Sunday in ha Junta. Mr.. Walker, who has been sick all wintet i« able to be around again. Absence from the city prevented our regular c irrespoudence last week. A large audience listened to Judge Webb lecture on "Christ Before Pi late" at the Forum last Sundry. Dr. O. A. Allen of the Philippines is in the city with the view of open ing a drug store. Presiding Elder and Mrs. Watson go to Salida neat week to conduct a week's meeting. The Odd Fellows annual sermon will be preached Sunday at K L. Hall by Rev Owens. Charles Lighkuer of I)-over is here in ths interest of the Adventist Church. He is slopping with J. W. Young. 1 I'd I Htli St. Hen Thrasher, who went from this city to Africa has returned. He will speak at St. John's Church Thursday evening. As Rev. Harden of Topeka has not arrives! to lake charge or the Eighth Street Baptist Church during the ab aeuce of the pastor. Rev. Reynolds will conduct the services. The ladies of the church gave an entertainment Friday night. Quarterly meeting Will lie held at St. Paul's Church Sunday to which the public is invited. There will be a Isasket dinner. An entertainment “An Evening with Roosevelt" will be given unit Thursday evening. Mrs. J. S. Voting received the sad news of the death ' her aunt, Mrs. R S. Burns, at Atchison, K ns. A sister of Fred Johnson has ar-, rived from Lincoln. Nebi . and will 1 open a conservatory of music Mis. 1). V Jefferson entertained at a farewell Thursday afternoon for Miss Goldie Darlin. who goes to 01-1 I »wa, Hans. to visit before going to her home in Tr.sas. The W. C T. U., held a verv inter est meeting at Scott’s Chapel. Besse- j raer. This orgtnizition is growing in favor as the ladies become better acquainted with the department work. They will hare a platform meeting at the Eighth Street Biptist Church asst Tuesday evening for the j THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. men. Mrs. H. F. Bray will read a paper on “Mission.” The fiftieth birthday of R. F, Wall was celebrated on Tuesday of last week at his home, by an elaborate affair prepared as a surprise to Mr. Wall, Music was furnished by Prof. Ray and D. M. AI leu Mr. Wall was presented with many presents by his friends. In answer to the call issued by the State Organizer for a representation from each club to meet at the home of Mrs. Townsend, the following la dies responded; Mesdames J. P. Wat son. J. S Young. Oscar Baker. W. B. Townsend. M Ashby and Miss Hazel Lincoln. Mis. Helen Gatewood, State Organized, presided at the meet iug. It was decided not to organize a city federation. The Mothers Erselstor Club met 1 Wednesday and elected the following | officers: Mrs. Watson, Prenident: Mrs. Young. Vice President; Mrs. Townsend, Treasurer: Mrs. Fleming, Secretary; Mrs. Vest, Assistant Sec retary. The club also elected to the Federation Convention in June, dele gates: Mesdames Oscar Baker, B, F. Grigsby, Harvey Nealy: alternates: Mesdames Marshall. Hill and Vest. All to Be Renounced. Prof. Duncan Campbell Lee. former ly head of the Cornell department of o-atory is an Adonia in form, a Ches terfield In manner and a Beau Brum niell in attire. Hla one-time colleague. Morse Stephens, could readily obtain employment as a dime museum fat man did he not find history more lu crative. Finally Prof Harry Powers of the same institution, though one of the most genial of men. was nothing less than Mephlslophelian In appear ance. Coming down the compua one day this striking trio passed two ladles, one of whom was evidently a stranger being shown the local sights. Her companion was about to explain, “Those were professors ** ‘Professors. Indeed!” Interrupted fh« visitor. ”1 should call then, the world, the flesh and the devil.**—New York Times. Food Preservaion. 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