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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West. SILVERTON, COLO. Mr*. S. Williams entertained at dinner Sunday for Mrs. Jennie Walk er. William Slaughter was surprised Thursday evening by a number of his friends. William Brown is convalescing af ter a spell of sickness. P. Alaxan is indisposed. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant will leave soon on a four month’s trip to the South. Evangelist, Mrs. Elliott is holding meeting in the absence of Rev, San ders. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Mrs. Marcell Brown is slowly re coving from a seriou a operation which was performer! a week ago. R. H. Biggs, a Pullman car porter was taken off his car at Las Vegas Tuesday and brought here nnder ar rest for assault upon Hon. J. S. Bow ie, prominent politician of Gallup. The Sunday closing law went into effect Sunday and all saloons were; closed. Some of the proprietors de clare they will not test the validity of the law. A musical and literary entertain, raent will be given Monday evening under the direction of Mrs. J. B. Lott at Red Men's Hall. 116.1 Gold ave. The associated charities, an organi zation composed of the wealthiest and most influential citizens, was perfect ed at a meeting held in the Commer cial Club building last Thursday. This movement makes it evident that there is great need of organization of our women that it might co operate and help such an organization that it might be a mutual aid to the race The associated charities has for its purposej the caring for the sick and indigent and will ask the Legislature to assist in building a county poor farm. Our women should arouse themselves and assist in this effort for if we do not show some interest in this matter in its infancy we might have difficulty in finding accommo dation for the indigent of the race when this object is completed. The fact is still fresh in the minds of ma THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO. ny that we were coldly turned down by the Sisters Hospital shortly after it was built when we attempted to get accommodations for an indigent member of the race. Why, because we give nothing towards building these institutions yet we have the op portunity. It is to be regretted that the women are not organized so they could take the lead in the movement. MAN’S UNREASONABLENESS ig often as great as woman’s. But Thos. S. Austin, Mgr. of the ‘Repub lican,” of Leavenworth, Ind., was not unreasonable when he refuted to al low the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble. “Instead,” be says, “We concluded to try Electric Bitters. My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five physicians had failed to relieve her. After taking Electric Bitter she was perfectly cured and can now per form all her household duties." Guaranteed by Jas, Hullinger A Co., druggists at 2Sd and Larimer Street. Price 50c. Large and Respectable. The deacon of a south Bide church who is noted alike for his excessive waist line and for his strict attend ance at church functions, left home to attend a business meeting of the church directors on a rainy evening recently, but returned home within an hour. ‘ Guess you rid net have a very big meeting tonight.” r.aggested his wife, who is not so enthusiastic as her hus band over religious matters. "There were but two of us present, the janitor and myself,” responded her husband, “hut we had a large and re spectable gathering. Yes,” he added, after noting the inquiring expression .n his wife's face. "I am large and the janitor Is Infinitely respectable.''— Chicago Chroncle. Who Was Born on Christmas. U was music day In the first grad* 'Now, children," said the singing mas (or, "I will give you a pretty Christ mas song to learn for next time." Then being a true teacher and a man of deeply religious sentiment, he added. "Of course you all know who was born on Christmas?" Up went a forest of hands. "You may tell.” he said, pointing to a little fellow who was fairly jumping out of his seat, “I was, sir." was the unex pected reply. _ -rf | -w- y Oh' Yes, you will hear these J|La S % / airs well played by I 111 I fix Harris’Full Ulli 1 Orchestra “Save It for Me,” “Uuder the Old Apple Tree” and “The St. Louis Tickle” at East Turner Hall, November 27th, 1905 when THE KNIGHTS OF ATHENS WILL (JIVE A Burlesque AND A Grand Promenade Concert. The grand promenade will start at 10:45 sharp and all who are not on time will be fined $5.35 but if you can make it at 8:15 you will be admitted for 35c and see the cir cus without additional charge. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. R. M. Grigsby,chairman: E. L. Lawson. T. McAllister, George Parker, .1. Spencer, K. Wilson. L. Thruston. R. Gray. R W. Washing ton, Frank Adams, W. E. Gentry. C. P. McKenzie. Rah' Rah' Rah' Don’t Forget the date MONDAY. NOV. 27, EAST TURNER HALL, Nor the price of admission if von come early which is 35 CENTS. G. W. Andrews Painting’ Paper Hanging and Kalsomining ( Phone 3093 white 2024 Washington Ave Phone Main SrH'.i B. F. HARRIS, EXPRESS NO. 444. Stand 19 & Champa.