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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West.
CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO.
Mrs. Harry Dean is recuperating in
the Springe.
Miss Edith Millen arrived in the
camp last week and is the guest of
her mother.
Mrs. Harklass left Sunday for Pu
eblo where she will spend sometime
with her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cantey enter
tained at dinner Sunday Misses
Standback and Brown, Messrs. A. H.
Waddy and C. Milton.
Peter Lewis entertained a number
of friends at his bachelor’s quarters
in Victor Friday evening. The a
musement for the evening was cards
and a three course luncheon was
served.
Mrs. O. Rand entertained the Col
umbine Art Club Thursday of last
week. After spending an hour in
Work they passed into the dining nom
where delicious refreshments were
served. Mesdames Phelps, Volse,
Warfield and Miss Millen were guests j
Among the tourists who visited the
camp last week were Dr. and Mrs.
Suggs, Mesdames Thompson, Willis,
Miss Cornelia Armstead of Little
Rock, Misses Washington and Smith
of St. Louis.
Mesdames Weston and Stone of
Manitou spent several days in the
camp last week the guests of S. E.
and A. H. Waddy. Sunday they
were entertained at breakfast by Mrs,
C. A. Pilgrim.
The entertainment given by the
trustees of Handy Chapel last Wed
nesday evening was a success more
than {75 being realized.
Mrs. Charles Barnes and daughters
and Miss Zipporab Joseph of Denver
spent Saturday in the camp sightsee
ing. The party went over the High
Line to Independence and went
through the Findley mine. They
were the guests of Mrs. Thrower.
LA JUNTA, COLO.
Miss Weston of Newton, Kans., is
in our city.
Mr. Lawson and wife of Marceline,
Mo, hare moved to this place.
Mrs Robt. Worthy is expected
home soon.
Mrs. L. Clemens entertained Rev,
THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO.
and Mrs. Harris at dinner Sunday.
Hubbard Chapel is fastly improv
ing and the congregation is already
large.
Thomas Carney left Sunday (or To
peka to accompany his mother to this
place which she will make her home,
L. Clemenf, who has been sick with
typhoid fever is able to be out. Mes
dames Badgett and Carney are indis
posed.
Mrs. J. H. Childress of Topeka, is
visiting Mrs. Berry. Mrs. Scott and
Miss Johnson expect to visit Colora
do Springs and Denver in company
with Mrs. Childress.
SILVERTON, COLO.
Mrs. Wm. Brown expects to leave
the city soon.
Prince Alexander of Oklahoma has
decided to make Silrerton his home.
Mr. Chandler of Ouray was a visi
tor in the city.
Mrs. Fallings has returned to her
home in Denver.
There is a demand for female cooks
and house girls
MANITOU, COLORADO.
Miss Nellie Corbin left for her home
in Kansas City Tuesday.
Miss Stella Wilson enroute for her
home in Kansas City, is making a
short stay in Denser.
Mesdames Weston hare returned
from a delightful trip to Cripple
Creek.
Mrs, F. L. Hudson of Denrer, for
the remainder the season will be the
pianist at tbs Mansions.
Mrs. W. T. Veraon of Quindaro,
Kans,, is spending a week in Colora
do Springs before going to Denver.
Mrs. Louis Harper is indisposed
this week. Miss Hart is out again af
ter being houied for two weeks.
TRINIDAD ITEMS.
Charles Blackwell remains in poor
health.
A large crowd picniced on Fisher's
Peak Sunday.
The Misses Crutler of Texas, are
guests in the cily this week.
Miss Webster, who has been visit
ing Mrs. Schinaull for the past three
weeks, returned home Sunday.
C. Richards returned Monday from
a week’s fishing trip in Sun Flower
Valley. He tells the usual story of
the fish that got away.
Mrs. Edna McGtew of Albuquer
que, is the guest of Mrs. Jordan this
week.
Mrs. and Mis Adams of Ft. Worth
Texas, are the guests of Mrs. Steele.
They contemplate remaining a while.
Mrs M. Little gave a party last
week which was one of the social
events of the season. Cards and
dancing was the program for the ev
ening. Later delicious refreshments
were served.

About three we ks ago Mrs, M.
Little organized a dollar club, the
purpose for which was to raise money
to pay off the mortgage on the church
Every one responded and a* a result
they raised s6l. The debt is $76 and
it looks like tbsre will bs mortgage
i urning bsfore conference. Sunday
is to be Educational Day and an elab
orate program has been prepared.
On the 28, a musical program will be
given at the church.
FIENDISH SUFFERING
is often caused by nr#v ulcer* and
cancers, that esl away jour skin. Win
Btdell of Flat Kocli Mich., says: "I
bare u**d Bucklen'i Arnica Sake, for
Ulcers, Sores and Cancers. It is the
be*l healing dressing I ever found.”
Soothes and heals cuts, bums and
scalds. 26c at Jas. Hullinger & Co’s,
drug store, 23rd and Larime Streets:
guaranteed.
BOULDER COLORADO.
Mm. DeNeal of Denver was the
gueek of her mother, Mn. Hubbard)
Sunday.
Mrs. A. J. Stevens who has lived in
Boulder for sometime will take up
her residence in Denver
Mm, H. T. Slevena chaperoned a
party of children on a picnic'to kbe
Chautauqua grounds.
Endowment day was observed Sun
day night when the church was filled
to i a utmoal capacity. The choir
rendered selections. Other numbers
on the {rogram were taken by Mes
dames Slovens, Richards, Misses
Lott, James, Messrs. Jones, Richards
and McCarroll. Remarks were made
by Hev. Hubbard and a good collect
ion lifted,
SALIDA, COLO.
A picnic part; of about twenty,
chaperoned by Mrs. Freeman Belters
spent a pleasant outing at Deer
Creek, one mile from Poncha Springs
last Friday. They returned to the
city at a reasonable hour and they
hope to be with the lady again soon.
The out of town guests were Mrs. L.
Boyer and daughter Beatrice, of Coal
dale, and Mrs. W. H. Boyer of Wells
fille.
NOT PUNISHED FOR KISSING.
Wellington Could Not Find Sentry Hae
Trantgretted Rule*.
“The Military Reminiscences of a
Retired Colonel" contains the follow
ins; story, relating bow the Duke of
Wellington overcame a somewhat em
barrasslng difficulty.
The sentry on duty one day at the
gate of Hampton Court palace many
years ago was asked the time by a
young lady, the daughter of the widow
of a distinguished officer, who occu
pied apartments In the palace. She
happened to be wearing a dainty
apron, and appearing to the soldier
to be a neat lady's maid, bis reply to
her question was. "Half past kissing
time," and—a kiss.
The indignant young lady fled to re
port the Impertinence to her mother,
who promptly cent a letter of com
plaint to the colonel of the sentry's
regiment. The colonel regretted the
occurrence, and referred the lady, halt
iq jest and half In earnest, to the com
mander-ln-chlef. To the highest quar
ter, accordingly, she went for redress,
and received the following reply;
"Field Marshal the Duke of Wel
lington, while regretting the occur
rence of which Miss Q complains,
begs to say that ho has searched the
Army Regulations and the Articles of
War, and he can nowhere And that
kissing is a punishable offense from a
military point of view. It Is against
orders for a sentry to converse when
on duty; but In this Instance it ap
pears that Miss Q opened the
conversation and that the sentry, al
though be answered In an unusual
manner, committed no actual breach
of discipline.'*
AN OLD BACHELOR SAYS THAT—
The front parlor is the most popu
lar court room.
Courtship may be bliss, but matri
mony sometimes blisters.

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