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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Rev. J, H. Wright arrived in the city last Wednesday and after calling j on the ministers and many fraternal j men, departed on the outgoing train [ for Elpaso where he expected to get ! assistance to California. In this column the attention of the public has been called to the fact that the ministers and citizens request that persons on their way east or west to not stop in the city begging money to asiist them to their destination. James Bonner, who has baen sick for several month, is improving and has .opened a clothes cleaning and pressing establishment. Information has been received that Mr. Ben Martin of Colorado Springs and Miss Hilda Roflle of this city were married about three weeks ago. The bride and groom are very popu lar in their circle and we bespeak for them a happy future. The call meeting at the A. M. E. Church last Friday night was a large and enthusiastic gathering and Rev. Byas was chosen chairman. Mrs. I B, Lott, committee of the associated charities, stated the purpose of the call. A permanent organization was perfected and she was chosen chair man. The associated charities were heartily endorsed and a number of names added to the list of subscrib ers. A sub committee was elected to co operate with the committee of as sociated charities. The meeting ad- j journad after holding one of the most | important meetings ever held in the city. Those who assembled at the Red Men’s hall Monday evening to listen to the musical given by Mrs. Lott, re ceived a treat. The production by the quartet and select reading by Messrs. Ellsworth and Jasper were excellent. The violin solo with piano accompaniment by Mr. Benson and Miss Black was well rendered. A vocal solo by John Lewis, wdh piano and violin accompaniment, charmed the audience. Mrs. Wm. Pettis was called for but she was not present. T. O. Mason acted as master of cere, monies, After the musical the la dies served refreshments. The pro ceeds wet for the benefit of Mt. Olive Baptist Church. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Albuquerque. N. M„ Nov. 12, It is hereby earnestly requested that ministers and others who are on their way to California and other points west and southwest, should cease stopping over in this city as the guests of the resident ministers and begging from the churches and mem bers of fraternal organizations money to defray their expenses to their desti nation. The habit is becoming a nui sance and is embarressingand humil iating both to the ministers and con gregations, who have been annoyed time and again by this class of indi viduals. We, therefore send out this article j warning all ministers that the citizens of Albuquerque cannot afford to be annoyed by this class of people. As “charity begins at home’’ we insist that they solicit money for their trav eling expenses from their home peo ple before they start. Papers please copy. G. H. Byas Sam Watson H. Bramlett J. B. Lott T. O. Mason C. R. Brookins. MAN’S UNREASONABLENESS is ofteu as great as woman's. But Thos. S. Austin, Mgr, of the 'Repub lican,” of Leavenworth, fnd., was not unreasonable when he refused to al low the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble. ‘‘lnstead,” he 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 <t Co., druggists at 23d and Larimer Street. Price 50c. Making Use of an Heirloom. A certain young woman in town It the proud possessor of a stunning old faahloned brass-nail studded chc=l It is an heirloom, having been handed down from New England relatives It is the joy of her life. She really didn't know quits how much she did think of It until a friend of an exceedingly practical turn of mind wondered why she didn't make a cretonne cover and valanco for It. "It would make such a alco leat!" semarked the friend— Now fork Sui. „ -*i YT Oil 1 Yes, you will hoar those a I I 1 / /*> airs well played hy lIS 11 If\ Harris’Full Ulli IWf Orchestra “Save It for Me," ‘Tudor the Old Apple Tree” and "The St. Louis Tickle" at East Turner Hall, Xovemlier 271 h, 1906 when THE KNIGHTS OF ATHENS • WILL (JIVE A Burlesque “« AND A Grand Promenade Concert. The grand promenade will start at 10:15 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, R. 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 you come early which is 35 CENTS. G. W. Andrews Painting’ Paper Hanging and Kalsomining [ Phone 3093 white 2024 Washington Avc : r: Phone Main 534!) B. F. HARRIS. EXPRESS NO. 444. \ Stand 19 & Champa.