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Springs. Rev. Tillman conducted services at the jail last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. \ cst of Pueblo sp»nt several days in the city during the week. Mrs. Lizzie Bradford, one of the leading caterers of the city recently served the swallest white wedding suppers yet given among the 400. The churches should take a stand for higher Christian ground and elim anate contests of every conceivable nature from the sacred sanctuaries. The Bristol school was damaged by fire Thanksgiving. E. V.Cammel and wife entertained relatives at Thanksgiving dinner. Miss Mamye Boyer visited her sis ter Thanksgiving. She was enroute from Denver to her home in Coaidale. Mrs. F. Jones, accompanied by her mother and daughter, have returned from Quindaro, Kans. Please send news to HO2 N. Walnut by Wednesday noon. It is impossi ble for tt» correspondent to get all the news without your assistance. The Busy Bee Club, composed of boys and girls from 7 to 12 years of age, served dinner Saturday with Myrtle Reed as president. Messrs. Arnold and Fields are jur ors on the liquor cases now being heart! in the county ceurt. Mrs. Mary Marshall's two little tioys arrived from Owensboro, Kv, having traveled the distance alone. At an open meeting of the Forum Sunday. Mrs. Buckner and Miss Lampion were on the program. Colorado College won the football gama at Topeka Thonksgiving, Sat urday night the College Alumni gave them a banquet at the Antlers and our toys, Roberta and Jackson were I there. Mrs, Gladden entertained Harper Union this week. The Mothers’ monthly meeting will be at St. John's Baptist Church next Wednesday night. A splendki program will be rendered and refreshments served free. Prof. McGruder is organist at the M. E Church. The anniversary of Win. Lloyd ■ Garrison will Ire held at Payne Chap-1 el tomorrow. Rev. Gladden and Prof. Jackson, have sold a large number of Prof. 1 Kelly Miller's “Open Letter to Thos. Dixon” at 10c per copy. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Joshua Durham who has been visit ing relatives, has returned to Salt Lake. John McCline has gone to New Mexico, having accepted a position with Geo. Hagerman who was recent ly appointed by the President. Mr. and Mrs. Manley entertained the piekinnies in “la Old Kentucky” ! during their engagement heie. The billiard hall in Metz’s alley, is a nuisance, and is very detrimental to | bur boys. An investigation should be 1 made. Miss Sadie Lyle 15 years of age, died at the home of her parents Fri day of tuberculosis and was buried from Payne Chapel of which she was a member, Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Six young Iroya acted as pallbearers, and the girls of the Libbey C. Anthony Culture club of which she was vice president. acted as honorary pallbear ! ers. The Christian Endeavor choir i rendered music. Rev. Tillman deliv ered a touching discourse protraying this sweet young life, to the large I number of young persons present. : Mrs. Butler seemed to be at her best in the pathetic rendition of "Veil of | Beulah." She was born in Emporia, 1 Kans., and was of an affable, sweet ; disposition. Interment at Evergreen. TheDußois Womens' Reading club has under headway a very creditable | library. Their membership is limited ■to twelve, and they expect to get out i a yearly calendar. “The Noble Outcast,” at St. John's Baptist Church Thanksgiving night, | played to a full, and a most apprecia tive bouse. Miss McCline Collins as | “France,” and Geo. Gater as “Jerry. \ the Noble Outcast," were received I with hearty applause, and depicted | i their characters faultlessly. No more I dramatic scene can Ire imagined than | that on which the curtain falls in the third act, when "Jerry" though hand i cuffed, defends his daughter. Robt. I Fleming as “Jack Worthington,” i made an ideal love maker. C D M use, , the “Villian,” was excellent. L L. Duncan as “Colonel Lee." was seen , to an advantage in his dramatic abili | ty. Mrs, Rosa Moore as “Mrs. Lee." ' brought tears to many eyes in her pa thetic pleading for her daughter, France. Mrs. J ulia Emery as “Sadie.” player! her part well. In all it was considered to Ire the best drama play ed by the Secretary-Protein Dramatic club. Miss Clarrissa Gray presided at the piano with much grace. Many complimentary remarks were made. All the churches served dinner Thanksgiving day to large crowds. Peoples M. E. Church held a two days’ bazaar and o’poasum dinner on E, Chucharas under direction of Mrs. Belle Jones. The Epiphany Guild gave a musi cal Friday night at the residence of Mrs. Maud Jenkins. Mrs. K. D. Tillman gave a ‘'Draw ing Contest” party for the members of the Christian Endeavor at her i home Friday from 6to7p. m. This unique party afforded the little ones ; much enjoyment. The judges award |ed Myrtle Reed first prize, Clarence Doty second prize, and Bessie Hall third. One half hour was devoted to games, after which a dainty luncheon so toothsome to boys and girls, was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs Emery. Those enjoying this initial C. E. party were, Misses Lena and Tenie Hall, Marion Reed, Myrtle Tompkins, Martha Belle Battles, Myrtle Reed, Rozella Reed, Cora Alexander, Bessie Hall, Dora Tomp kins, Julia Ramsey, Masters Byron Booker, Everett Belts, Theodore Car ter, Floyd Hanger, Clarence Doty. Mrs. Maggie Carter is entertaining her mother, Mrs, Boyer of Coaldale. The drama at Payne Chapel Thanksgiving evening was greeted by a large audience. ‘'Aunt Betsy’s Thanksgiving." written by Mrs. K. D. Tillman, was well rendered and splen didly portrayed by her. Little Bessie Hall as ‘'Caline," was exceptionally good showing a depth for this young actress which will not be easily dupli cated. The "Masterpiece" was indeed good. Mrs. Julia Emery as “Cilly.” created much laughter and deafening ayplau : e. Messrs. Faw and Andrews acquitted themselves creditably, and in all everyone covered themselves with glory. The music was an especi al good feature. Mesdamos Tillman and Pratt’s management was highly commended. 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 Kace. Every race loving Negro should read. Mailed copy, 15c. Send to The Altutboss Sitpit Co, Wes tern Distributers. Quindaro, Ivans. A FEARFUL FATE. It |is a fearful fate to have to en dure the terrible torture of Piles. “I can truthfully say," writes Harry Col son, of Masonville. la , “that for Blind Bleeding, Itching and Protruding Piles, Bucklen's Arnica Salve is the best euro made." Also best for cuts, burns and injuries. 2oc at all drug stores. Tippling in South Carolina. The Columbia (S. C.) 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