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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West. IDAHO SPRINGS, COLO. Miss Mary Lilly a popular young lady who has been visiting her sis ters, Mesdames Barbee and Davis, left Tuesday for Hot Springs. Ark,, where she will join her mother. En route she will stop in Denver a few days with a sister, Mrs Lillian Foster ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Mrs. I B. Lott is preparing to give a musical and literary entertainment the first week in November. Some of the best talent of the city has been se cured and the effort is destined to be a grand affair. The Royal Sestet, a fine class of well trained musicians are in our city for a short stay enroute to the Pacific coast towns. While here they have been employed by the beat people in the city and always gives satisfaction. We are informed that the husband of Mrs. Taasie Blair, who made so many friends while here for her health last summer, is insane. A, B. Montgomery has returned from Kentucky bringing his aged mother who will make her home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields enter tained a number of friends last Wed nesday evening. Dancing and games were enjoyed and a delicious lunch eon was served Charles July, a bright young man from Bmcketville, Texas, is head blacksmith at the Albuquerque In dian School. He secured the position through the civil service department at Washington. He has five men un der him. L. Ekles, a hustling individual who makes a business of getting out Afro- American information cards, left Sun day for Colorado points. He received the advertisement from some of the best business firms in the city and the card was a neat one. A. W. Manly, head cook on a pri vate car out of the city, arrived last week with his wife from Wellington, Kansas, and will make this his home. John Anderson, a carpenter who came from Colorado Springs a short time ago l as found steady employ ment at his trade at the Santa Fe shops. THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO. TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE. The Postgraduate Normal Course i of theTuskegee Norma! and Indus- 1 trial Institute will be extended to two years beginning with the opening of the next school terra, September 12, 1905, and will comprise a much broader scope of work than hereto fore. Work will be offered for three classes of students in this depart ment: First, students whose interests are purely industrial, second, stu dents whose interests are primarily in the academic work, and third, post graduate normal students who wish to combine the industrial and academ Ic work. Students of the second class will be required to devote five days of each week to normal work, and one day to industrial employment. The various courses will bo taught by specialists thoroughly competent, and Tuskegee Institute with its complete material equipment in every depart ment thus affords superior advantag es for young men and women wish- ! ing to prepare themselves for literary and industrial teachers, and for such teachers desiring to take advanced work. For further information ad dress, Booker T. Washington. Prim Tuskegee Institute, Ala. CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO. Lee Reed will winter in Cripple i Craek. Mrs. G. W. Colwell of Victor was I calling in the Creek last Tuesday. 0. Rand came up from Manitou Sunday fur an indefinite stay. Mrs. E. L. Dickson entertained a : number of friends at dinner Sunday ! Covers were laid for six. L. F. McCullough and wife have; taken rooms in the Welty Block where they have modern convenienc es. Mesdames Pilgrim and Fair, who have spent the last two months at the Portland Fair and other points of in terest, returned last week delighted with the trip. Misses Johnson and-Anderson were successful in raising S'.l at the enter tainment for the benefit of Mrs. Wea ver, who is very ill at this writing. R. A. Love returned from Olen wood Springs whire he spent several months recuperating. He speaks in highest terms of the Springs as a j health resort. Mesdames Manley and Cammack of Colorado Springs were the guests j of Mrs. Thower several days last week. Their hostess entertained at sis o'clock dinner Sunday. Mrs. H. Dean entertained for them at whist Tuesday evening. A lunch was serv ed. Miss Pearl McNeil of Topeka re turned to the Springs Sunday after spending two weeks the gusst of Mrs. H, Dean. Several social functions were given in her honor. Father Turner is making an effort to raise money to pay off the indebt edness of the church and make im provements He is delighted with the place and was successful in mak ing twenty calls last week. PUEBLO COLORADO. Mrs Horn is suffering with rheuma tism. Mrs. W. B, Townsend i-undisposed J. W. Young and wife have moved ! to 900 E. Al>riendo Ave.. where they will l>e please to welcome their many friends, Mr, Bohanan and wife of tndopen- i dence, Kaos., aro here to remain. Mrs E. F. Bresoto is improving. Mrs. VV. E. Gatewood spent lad Sunday in Colorado Springs, Rev. H. F. Bray's father is here I from Louisville, Ky. We hear that 1 he is to make this his home. Rev. Wagner after a two weeks' stay i in the city, left Wednesday for his ! charge in Pbcenix, Arizona. The protracted meeting at St. Paul Church is moving with great success. Twelve have been added to the I * church. A colored grocery store has been opened on Grand avenue. Rev, J. P. Watson left Friday on his trip to New Mexico and other points, to hold quarterly meetings. The Mothers’ Excelsior Club will meet Tuesday evening at St. John’s Church. The president asks that a goodly number attend. The different churches are getting in line for their Thanksgiving din ners. Tho weather has been very threat ning the past week, and there are un mistakable signs of winter. The son of Thomas George is con fined to his Ijed with typhoid fever. Mrs. Johnson of Birmingham, Ala., who is here with her mother, Mrs. Myers, is improving in heal h. The paper, “What Am I Worth," read by W. H. Freeman at St. John's Church Sunday evening was very in teresting, and many instructive points were brought out. Persona coming to Pueblo, wishing good first class room, call at 900 Abriendo Are. Mrs. J. S. Young. Mrs. Mary Ramsey ie locales! at 900 East Abriendo Ave. The mother of Mrs. W. H. Fieeman of this city, and Mrs. F. Betters of Sa lida, who died at the latter's home, was buried here. The daughters have our sympathy. The Modest Art Club met with Mrs J, Owens Thursday afternoon. BOISE, IDAHO. Miss Elfred Andre of Samps was in the citjr during the fair Mrs. A. Major of Nampa was the guest of Mrs. R. B. Tmilh daring fair weak. Mrs. F. Smith of Pendleton will make this city her horns. She it with Mrs. .1 T (Juarles. J. T. Quarles had a serious opera tion performed. His many friends are glad to know that he is able to t>e around again. The unexpected death of Mrs. C. Shuckhart occurred at her home on Monday of Inst week. The deceased was a pioneer and will )>e greatly missed in the community. She leaves two so as and three daughters, one son and two daughters living in this city. The funeral occurred from Wil i liamson’s undertaking parlors-. Coincidences in Lives. Capt. N M. Brooks, superintendent of foreign malls in the postofflce de partment of the government, was born on the same day as President McKinley. They were each the sev onth child of their parents, entered the army together at the age of 18, and were mustered out of the service on the same day. On the 31st of July Capt. Brooks will have seen thirty three years of continuous service in j the post office department.