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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West. CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO. Mrs. Alice Johnson and daughter, Mrs. Maud Johnson, entertained at seven o’clock dinner for their cous in, Gabe Lewis of the Old Kentucky Home. Mr. Phynix of S T ew York and Will Johnston of this p’ace also with the show were guests. PUEBLO, COLO. Xlis. Pearl Johnson is sick. Turkey dinners were served at all the churches Thanksgiving. Mr. Craig was in the city last week visiting hii sister. Mrs. Townsend. Miss Winfred Harrison is danger ous ill with pneumonia and nervous prostration. Also Otis Hood, who is improving. Messrs. Patton and Smith of Chi cago were in the city Friday. .Miss Moore, who has been visiting Mrs. Maloney left Monday for Tope ka. Joshua Ridley of Topeka returned to his home Saturday after spending a week with his cousin, Mrs. John Carr. This was his first trip west and he was very much impressed with it. John Lewis, after spending several weeks in the city left Saturday. The W. C. T. U.will meet Wednes day at Eighth Street Baptist Church. Quarterly meeting at St. John’s A. M. E. Church last Sunday was well attended. The officers elected for the Sunday School were Harry Fife, as sistant superintendent: Fred Norman, secretary; Misses Hill and Freeman, librarians: Mrs. Holly, organist, or ganist; Mesdames Vest, Holly, Miss Harrison, Rev. Owens. E. C. Thomp son, teachers. The ladies of the sew ing circle are planning some new fea tures for raising money. They met last week with a full attendance with Mrs. James Murrell. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Mrs. A. B. Reynolds is on tbej sick ~list. Rev. Byas is slowly recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Mrs. K. C. Clinkscale, wife of Prof. Cliukscale of the Topeka public schools, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas, Brown. THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. The high school commencement ex ercises were represented by the assis tance of Misses Yola Black, Francis Ellsworth and Mr. Benson. Their ef forts were commended by the profes sor. We are informed that Mount Ham ilton, a Madrid coal miner, was bound over to keep the peace to the sum of S3OO for assaulting a miner, Harail ton is well known in this city, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. White have brought out the Edwards rooming house and solicit your patronage. The Vernon literary will begin its meetings for the season Thursday night at the A. Church. Our delegate to congress, Senator Bull Andrew, is wollowing in scandal as the result of the closing of the Al leghany. Pa., bank and the people of New Mexico are clamoring for his j resignation as their representative. H. Bramlett and J. R. Robinson, two of Albuquerque's popular citizens have opened a firstclass barber shop and bath room next door to Emma's place, 2lo> N. 3rd St. They solicit the patronage of the city. Rabi Kaplan of Temple Albert, who is one of the most able and best known speakers in the southwest, ad dressed the co-operative body of the non-sectarian society at the A. M. E. Church last Sunday afternoon. A large and appreciative audience lis tened to an interesting discourse. As To The Leopard’s Spots By Prof. Kelly Miller, Howard Uni versity, Washington, D, C. Thomas Dixon. Jr. refuted and ably answered. A stinging rebuke to the barbarous attack and insulting slurs upon Ne gro Race. Every race loving Negro should read. Mailed copy, 15c. Send to Tur. Albatboss Sipplt Co. Wes tern Distributers, Quindaro, Kans. A FEARFUL FATE. Ft Ja a Fearful fate to have to en dure the terrible torture of Piles. “I can truthfully say," writes Harry Col sen, of Masonville. la., "that for Blind Bleeding, Itching and Protruding Piles, Buckler's Arnica Salvo is the best cure made." Also best for cuts, burns and injuries, 26c at Jas. Hul linger k Co’s., druggist, 2,‘M >,ai Lar imer street. Mask Carnival GIVEN BY WM, KNIGHT At Manitou Hall, 1545 Champa $65 WORTH OF PRIZES FREE! One prize to the (inest drained couple, one the most comical dresned couple, and one to the moat characteristic couple, GOLD WATCH TO BEST TRAMP. Thurs. Dec. 21 Admission 35c Harris Full Orchestra G. W. Andrews 1 Painting’ Paper Hanging and Kalsomining Phone 3093 white 2024 Washington Ave ‘ Phone Main 534il B. F. HARRIS. EXPRESS NO. 444. Stand 19 & Champa.