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Life of the Puebloans Mins Green of Colorado Springe is visiting Mi«s Noreao Carter. Miss Braxton of Denver, who has been sick for sometime is with her niece, Mrs. Owens. Mrs. Finley, who has spent some time in Topeka, Kami., has returned. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. North Saturday morning, a daughter. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lutrell Mon day, a daughter. Mrs, Frank Curtis and mother, Mrs Carter, of Colorado Springs, are the gueets of Mrs. Porter on 18th St. Mr. Lewis and wife of Kansas City, j is visiting Mrs, Kate Kedick, the for mer's sister, and his father. They will probably make this their home. Mr. Harris of La Junta accidental ly stepped from a stierl car Monday and was considerably shaken up. He was able to be out the next day. Mrs. Julia Finery and nephew and Mrs. Belle Jone« of Colorado Springs are the guests of Mrs. Young. Mrs. Eva Buckner of Colorado Springs is the guest of Mrs. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Young entertained at dimer Wednesday, Meedames Carter, Curtis and Emery of Colorado Springs. Mrs. Brooks of 1222 Cedar street, entertained the District Conference and delegates to the Sunday School Convention at 12 o'clock dinner Mon day. Mrs. Tarbet of Denver, acci an pan - led by little Helen Gladden of the Springs, is stopping with Mrs. Gate wood. Al Tolliver is again afflicted with rheumatism. Miss Winfield Harrison was dele gate to represent St. John’s Christian Endeavor Stale Convention that con vened al First Presbyterian Church Thursday afternoon. The Slate Convention of Woman's Clubs met Thursday in St. John's Church, Delegates who arrived Wednesday were: Mesdames Jones, Jackson, Fleming, Earl, Seymour, Buckuar, Hurley, Miss Carson, of Col erado Springs; Mesdames DePriest and Spratlin, of Denver. The Colorado Springs District Con ference and Sunday School Conven tion closed a most helpful session Wednesday afternoon urs. Lizzie Watson of Colorado Springs was elec ted District Superintendent and sirs. THE STATESMAN, DtNVER, COLORAD: C. S. Smith of Bessemer, Secretary. The conference raised a small purse for Rev. DeClelland who lies ill at his home in Colorado Springs, uanj interesting features were on the pro gram. Uovernment Aid for Charity. The Danish government has lent it? aid to a novel scheme for raisin;’ money for a hospital for consunp tfve children. It issued a sp'-na *tamp. worth half a cent, which ih* public was requested to buy and pa • on letters and parcels. Within a short time more than 120.000 worth of ti esc charity stamps were sold. WHY NOT BUY YOUR LIQUORS OF ED LEWIN The Louisville Liqnor House, 24th and Larimer street, is headquarters to buy the beat and cheapest in the city Telephone 1396, Ed Lenin, proprie tor. Sole atfeut for Eastern distil leries and Santa Kona vineyard. 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