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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West. BOISE, IDAHO. I Mrs. M. Wagner was sent to the hospital to undergo an operation. W. W. Wood is visiting friends in the city. He is en route to Tacoma, Washington, where he will conduct a saloon and barter shop. His sister, Miss Mary, is expected to join him after Xmas. Mrs. Mayfield is compelled logo to the hospital on account of blood i poison. Do you know that there is no bet ter Christmas present to giye your wife and children than a hundred 01 more shares in the Golden Chest Mines. , LA JUNTA, COLO. Little Mignon Padgett is sick At-! ter several weeks’ illness Mrs. Cross is improving. Air. and Mrs. Ciemis have moved to Lamar for a short time. Mesdames Lawson and Green made a trip to Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver. Rev. Solly is making a notable suc cess of his pastorate here. Never in the history of LaJunta has there been such a generous and unified spirit among the friends and members of the church as now. The members of Mahara's Minstrel were the guests of honor at a delight ful social dance given by the young l men last Tuesday evening. The min strel company tendered the use of their superb orchestra and materially added to the pleasure of the evening. The most notable event that has ta ken place in LaJunta for many years was the beautiful and impressive ceremony attendant upon the institu tion of the new Household of Ruth last Monday night. The members had requested their friends to meet with them on this occasion and it is fair to say that all LaJunta was out. After the ceremony an elegant lunch was served. The closing features were short but pointed addresses by the District Grand Master, Mr. Knight of Oklahoma, a polished ora tor, Mr. Henderson of Pueblo, Mos dames Sinn, Berry and Marshall. Odd Fellowship iu both brancles is making remarkable progress in this part of the state. THF STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO. Miss Mary Ellis of Denver is th« guest of her aunt, Mrs. Jane Scott. Complimentary to her the Glee Club entertained at the residence of Mrs. 1 Ed Tyler, under the direction of Mrs. Marshall. The colors were pink 1 and white. Atnarican beauties, car nations and smilax made the parlors a perfect t’.ower garden. The even j ing was spent in games and dancing. The prize winners were Miss Tyler land Mr, Knight, Mrs. Sims and Miss Tyler funisbed the music. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH The A. M, E. Church hnd a rally under the pastorate of Kev. J. C. Bell, and raised $351.25. H have been added to the church. Our people are purchasing homes and are engaging in business fofj themselves. The Baptist Church under the ad ministration of Kev, Brown, raised 1 5153.60. Each church has an excellent Liter ary society. Plant Shakespeare Sapling. The interesting sapling from Shake -1 gpeare's garden at Stratford-on-Avon, presented by the mayor to Southwark, and planted in front of the town hall, I Walworth road, last antumn, has not ! survived the transplantation, and has j lately been removed. It was an off shoot of the famous mulberry tree I and was intended to commemorate the Shakespearean connection he i tween Southwark and Stratford-on- Avon Authors and Inventors. Some time ago an English author, George R. Sims, invented a now hair restorer. Now Gabriele D'Annunzio has distinguished himself by concoct ing an essence for the perfuming of the bath. The exploit has led one of his commentators to hint that “one sometimes feels his need of a per fumed bath after the perusal of his unexpurgated works Ghastly Sight in Guanajuato. ’ Guanajuato, the ruined city in Met* which was destroyed by a cloud* . burnt, furnishes one of the ghastliest curiosities of the world. In one of the vaults of the Pantheon are pre served many mummies which were s dug from the soil. They afford a curl* s ous evidence of the natural emlitlaeias properties of the earth. ANDERSON & 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 Manitou Hall Music for Dancing played by the Harris Orchestra. ADMISSION 35 CTS. G. W. Andrews Painting’ Paper Hanging and Kalsomining Phone 3093 white 2024 Washington Ave Phone Main 5340 B. F. HARRIS. EXPRESS NO. 444. Stand 19 & Champa.