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Life of the Puebloans Harvey Nealy is sick. Miss Willie Quillen is dangerously ill with lung trouble. There will be a union picnic to Can on City on the 22. Pueblo enjoyed a drenching rain Wednesday afternoon and the Ark ansas river at this point. Mrs. Huff arrived in the city Tues day and the Doctor is all smiles. The Business Men League held a very interesting meeting Tuesday ev ening. Mrs. Oscar Baker left Tuesday (or lowa to visit with her (tareuts, She expects to la* gone sometime. It is reported that Wyatt Talbot, who was shot in a Bessemer saloon bv Kid Jenkins Monday, has since died. Mrs J. A. Jones of Bragdon ave nue, was st the bedside of her daugh ter. Mrs. Lutrcll of Bessemer, three ■'ays lust week. At this writiug she is much improved. Presiding Elder Watson has re turned from Kansas Monday where he went to meet the official board of Quindaro College. The donkey entertainment at the A. M E. Church Monday night was an enjoyable affair. Mrs. Charles Jones woo first prize and Miss Flor ence Freeman second. Mrs. Maud Sawyers, organist of SI. John’s Church, entertained the Sun day morning choir Thursday after noon at the residence of her mother, Mrs. McDaniels. An interesting pro gram was rendered. The guest" of honor were Mother Howard, Mes dames Owens mid Young. The choir is composed of a set of interesting young ladies that have formed them selves into a cluli in the interest of the St. John’s building fund. Next week will beeonven'ion week and Pueblo is preparing to do herself proud. Monday afternoon the Colo rado Springs' District Conference will open its annual session in St. Paul's A. M E Church, Bessemer. The Sunday School Convention will lie iu session at the same place Tues day and Wednesdav afternoons. The State Convention of Colored Women Federation of Clubs will convene in St. Jot n’s A. M. E Church on the morning of the 16, and continue in two days. Mrs. W. B. Townsend, chairman of the Executsve Board, is sparing no pains to comph le all ar THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORAD. rangemenls necessary for the success of the convention. A committee will meet the trains and free preparations have been made for the ent -rtaiument of the delegates. Mrs. Dishman of Denver and Miss Lampton of Colora do Springs have numbers on the pro gram- The W. C. T. D , held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday after noon. Owing to the heavy rain the attendance was small but final ar rangements were wade for the Con vention. A meeting is called for the 19 and members c,re requested to be present. WHY NOT BUY YOUR LIQUORS OF ED LEWIN Vhf Louisville Liquor House, 24tb •Utl Lsrimsr street, is headquarters to buy the beat and cheapest in the city Telephone 1396. Fd Learn, proprie tor. Sole agent for Eastern distil leries and Santa Hobo vineyard. All other bouses are left in the shade He has no rent to pay so he can and will sell cheaper than ever- Give hi call. 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