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News from all parts of the West. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Subscribe for The Statesman if you want the news. Andrew Gary left Monday for Butte, Mont. Edgar Williams, a musician left to till a few weeks contract in Socoro. Burrel Spiker, and old timer in this section of the country, arrived Satur day from Winsboro He says Albu querque is a good town after all. Harry H. Banks is a recent arrival from Creede, Colo. Mrs F C. Clinscale who has been visiting her lister for several weeks, left Saturday accompanied by her niece. Miss Lula Brown, for her home' in Topeka. Mrs. Geo. Hutchinson and children have returned from Denver where: they hrve been visiting relatvies. Several weeks ago we were informed that two enterprising citizens had se cured a list of names for a chartered club and a reading room in connect ion. We believe that the men are financially able to push the project and we have hopes of seeing the es-, tablishment on foot in a short time, W. J. Slaughter of Santa Fe, who for many years a Territorial Central! Committeeman, died at his home last Saturday. The deceased was well known and popular among the lead ing class of politicians throughout the territory. He has resided in San- 1 ta Fe fora number of years. He leaves a widow and a large family. The colored of this city have done done themselves much credit by the manner in which they have rallied to the support of he Associat d Chari ties, So far the colored and the Jews head the hst in a financial way. The organization is nonsectariau and by this effort we have put ourselves on record as being willingto support any worthy movement that desires to lay asrde class distinction. Do vou know that there is no bet ter Christmas present to give your wife and children than a hundred or more sh ires in the Golden Cheat Mii.es. CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO. Miss Annie Piersou was called to THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. Pueblo Monday to the bedside of her sister, Mrs, Pope, who is very ill. J. Frederick Hudgins of Victor and Miss Mattie Singleton of Denver were quietly married at the parsonage j last Tuesday Rev. John Turner of ficiating. The Columbine Art club was enter tained last Thursday at the home of Mrs Geo. Cotwell of Victor. After a profitable time spent in needle work, an elaborate lunch was served. The club will meet next week with Mrs Thrower. Mrs. W. E. Scott sent in her sub scription this week, and will continue to read The Statesman. A CARD OF THANKS. We extend our heartfelt thanks to the friends for their floral tributes al so our many sympathizing friends for their kindness in assisting us incur bereavement in the loss of our belov ed son and husband. Victoru Flemings, Florescr Bin.. The Kicker's Kick. This -would be a funny place 11 built upon a plan that Bulled kickers everywhere—woman, child and man. It would be a crooked, bulging, sadly outof line affair, and we would do a lot of things that now we do not dare; we’d knock the stuffin' out of this, change that all about—we’d turn Borne things upside down and others inside out; and when we got It fined to suit there’d be an awful row—ar,! It’s a cinch that folks would kick lols worse than they do now. Scotch Logic. “Weel, John, how are you today.’ asked tho Scottish minister, "Gcj weel, sir; gey wee!,’’ replied John can tlously, “gin it wasna for the rheuma tism In the rlcht leg,” “Ah. John there Is no mistake you arc getting old like the rest of us. and old age dm- n't come alone." “Auld age, sir! ‘ re turned John, “I won'er to hear ye. Auld age has nacthlng tae dao wi’t. Here’s my Ither leg jlst as auld, no' It’s rotted and soople yet." The (iw« thing that a human being should recognise about himself Is that bis character Is hl» distinguishing feature It Is not the amount of money, the amount ot power, the amount of brains that a man has, but hl« character which counts,—John Ruakln. ANDERSON 6c CO. The colored dealers 2527 Larimer street. Phone Main 5445. Flour, feed, kindling and farm produce. Any grade of coal delivered at market price The Colored Orphanage and Old Folk’s Home Association of Colorado Charity ★ Ball Tuesday, Jan. 2 At Manilou Hall Music for Dancing played by the Harris Orchestra. ADMISSION 35 CTS. r- G. W. Andrews Painting’ Paper Hanging and Kalsomining Phone, 3093 white 2024 Washington Ave Phone Main 5349 B. F. HARRIS. EXPRESS NO. 444. v Stand 1 9 & Champa.