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SPRINGS Those desiring copies of The Statesman can purchase them at 216 Pueblo are. E. P. Booze was a Denver visitor Sunday. Mrs. Tillman very pleasantly en tertained the C. E. choir recently. Oscar Thompson lies very ill with fever at the home of Mrs. Perkins. Others on the sick list are Miss Mattie Warren, Mrs. Montoya and Mrs. Com mack. Miss Clara Rose came down from Cripple Creek last week, Her moth er will follow in a few days and they will become permanent residents. The Farmers’ Social at the Baptist Church Tuesday evening was a suc cess and a neat sum realized. Payne Chapel was the scene of much amusement Thursday evening when the Stewards and Stewardess rendered a very unique and interest program. Mrs. Jarrett and Misses Mary and Lizzie Johnson left Monday for Cali fornio to remain indefinitely. Rev. T. J. DeClelland has shown marked improvement the past few days. He filled the pulpit at Payne Chapel Sunday morning. Dr. R. S. Grant will deliver a paper on "Negro in Medicine” before the Afro American Business Men’s League which meets in Denver the last of this mentb. “City of Sunshine,” Mrs. Eva Car ter Buckner’s beautiful new song, which has just come out in our lead ing music stores, will be sung by Mrs. E. P. Butler, to whom it was dedica ted, at a musicale to lie given by Prof. McGruder sometime this month. A. S. Waddy is down from Cripple Creek to spend a few days with his sister, Mrs. Ed Weston in Manitou, and friends in the Springs. The W. C. T. U. Mothers' meeting will be .held at St. John’s Baptist Church Wednesday evening and members and friends are urged to be present. Supreme Grand Chancellor Starks of the K. of P.’s arrived in the city Sunday and after a trip over the fa mous Scenic Route to Cripple Creek, left Monday night for Pueblo to be present at the State Grand Lodge of K.P. Rev. Tillman anticipates a trip to St. Louis to attend the 25th anniver sary of ordination to the Bishopic of Bishop Turner on the 18. He expects THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. | to visit Chicago betore his return. Mrs. Julia Emery and Miss Lamp : ton will give a chicken and strawbsr !ry supper Monday afternoon from 4 to 12, at 421 E. Huerfano St., the pro beeds to go towards aiding Rev. Till man on bis trip' Mrkf Julia Emery entertained from 4to 7 o’clock Wednesday afternoon thirty children in honor of her neph ew, Everett Belt’s tenth birthday. The children played games on the lawn beneath the many blossoming trees. Dainty refreshments were served and the birthday cake illumin ated with ten eandles was a delight of beauty. Mrs. Proctor and Miss Iris Johnson assisted. Among the many who entertained for Mesdames Thrower, Canty and McCullough of Cripple Creek, dur ing their stay in the city were Mes dames Manley, Caulsberry, Stewart, Ead.Riee, Macon, Gee, Fleming, Lee. Mrs. Pennington was at home to about CO of her friends Friday after noon of last week to meet the ladies. The color scheme of red and white was beautifully carried out through the entire decorations and also in the refreshments. Beautiful red roses and carnations were in evidence in the parlors and at the beautifully ap pointed table. Mrs. F. Moore pre sided at the punch bowl; Mesdames Tillman and Hurley served refresh ments. The ladies returned to their homes Tuesday. Mrs. W. E. Proctor, who will leave ! Monday for the coast has been the ! recipient of several social functions. ; Mrs. Joe Moore received at a prettily arranged May party at bar beautiful I home Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 5. The parlors were thronged with Colo | rado Springs’ elite complimentary to Mrs. Proctor. The color scheme yel | low, green and white was artistically carried out in the menu and favors which were miniature fireworks. The hostess was assisted by Mesdames Fred Moore and Emery, who received in the parlor while Mesdames Collins and Caulsberry served ices and creams. Misses Alexander and Col lins at the piano executed some catchy music for the occasion. It was undoubtedly the prettiest social event ever given Mrs. Fannie Franklin gave a buffet luncheon Thursday evening and Sun day Mrs. Emery entertainer! at dinner complimentary to Mrs. Proctor. Miss Clara Gray accompanies her, W. H. Bell informs us that Mrs. Fred Moore, not Miss Lampion gave the entertainment at St. John's Church May Ist. THE STRONG COMPANY. Denver, Colo. May 2.1906. The Union Mutual Benefit i Life As sociation. Arapahoe Bldg., City. Gentlemen:—The adjustment of my claim for accident, amounting to t 6,80 meets with entire satisfaction. This is my second claim against your As sociation, both of which have been met with equal promptness. I shall recommend the Union Mutual to all desiring safe and profitable insurance. Sirs. H. Walker, 2908 Welton St. Parrot Encores Grace. On one occasion when Squire Hilton of Alma was entertaining the minis ter at dinner the guest had Just con cluded grace when a voice behind him observed: "Good Christian boy!” Astonished, the clergyman looked around and burst out laughing to see only a green parrot, the household pet, and a very intelligent bird. It had previously happened that one day the ladies were congratulating them selves that the parrot, on the ocean travels, had not learned any profanity, when Mr. Hilton had remarked that Poll was "a good Christian boy.’’ The bird repeated it very appropriately on the occasion of the minister's call.— Lewiston (Me.) Journal. He Knows Better. There Is one comparison we never yet heard a man make hi* first wife's children with his second wife's.—Atch ison Globe. 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 Liqaur Houee, 24th and Larimer street, is headquarters to buy the beet and cheapest in the city Telephone 1396, Ed Lewin, proprie tor. Sole agent for Eastern distil leries and Santa Rosa vineyard. All other bouses are left in the shade He has no rent to pay so he can and will sell cheaper thsn ever, (live hi call. THE World’s Fair Route OFFERS THE BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE TO ST, LOUIS. Thi Frisco System traverses THE rOLLOWINQ STATES: Illinois Indiana Mississippi Kansas Arkansas Tennessee Alabama Missouri Oklahoma Indian Ter. Texas. THE SOUTHEASTERN LIMITED, leaving KaniM C'lly at 6.30 n. m. dnllj', will t«k« you to Spring***id MriuphU. 11l r rain glia in. Atlanta, .liu k*«iiM tile ami all point* lu IU« Southeast. Kirell*nt rout* to all point* North. 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