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The statesman. [volume] (Denver, Colo.) 1889-1906, December 22, 1905, Image 7

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The Mecca Cafe will serve breakfast on Xmas,
mornihg from 6 a. m. to 12 m., and Egg-nog will be
served free with or without breakfast, to all guests.
Our regular dinner will not be served until 6 p.m.
to 12 p. m. String music will be furnished for the
guests of the evening. 1918 Lawrence street.
Improvements are lieing made in
tbs Ideal Drug Store. A show win
dow has lieen added and the shelving
changed lo a more convenient fashion.
The changed location is already bring
iug more business to it and altogether
it is taking on the appearance of a
successful store,
Mrs Maria Nickeus nasal home
Wednesday afternoon from 1 to bin
honor of her daughter Mrs.Teme Hud
son who goes away Monday to join
her husband in Mexico A number
of ladies were in attendance, lieing
served by Mrs, l{. W Mosby and
Mrs. 0. S. Coulee, assisted by Misses
Edna Nichols and Arlena Burns.
The following oflicers were elected
for the year of ISttki for Rice Lodge
No. .T 9, I. B. P. O. E. of W: K. L.
Shafer, Exalted Ruler: Oeo. Kims,
Esteemed Leading Knight; George
Duncan, Esteemed Loyal Knight; F.
L. King, Esteemed Lecturing Knight;
W. L. Scott. Chaplain;.). W Ellison,
Organist: H. J M. Brown. Treasurer;
J. W. Level), Secretary; W. A. Rice.
Esquire; J. W. Taylor, Chairman of
Trustee Board; I) W. Lacy. Tyler.
W. A. Rite, Past Exalted Ruler,
elected Representlve to the Grand
Lodge of Elks in Brooklyn. N. V.. in'
April 1906.
Mrs. Talbot of J'i I and Lincoln i-,
very -eck: also Mrs. Buford of 2MI
J. Finley Wdson and wife have
gone to Salt Lake for thirty days for
the benefit of fi‘f health.
There will be no program at the
literary Tuetday night as the election
of officers will take place.
The Utopian Club has issued invi
tations lo its first annual ball at Five
Points Hall Dee 28.
Misses Beatrice and Bertha Taylor
hare returned to Lawrence and Kan
sas City to spend the holidays.
Mrs. DeClelland of Colorado
Springs was in the city Tuesday on
business concerning the mint examin
There will be Christmas music at
Shorter church Sunday night when
the choir will render carols, etc.
Friable Harden went to Hoi
Springs Tuesday for his health to lie
gone till May.
Miss Hittie L. Coug.luu did not
get iwsy to Leadvllle on account of
William Bledsoe has gone to Law
fence. Kans., to etay all winter for
his health
John Henry Tipton died Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock of old ape. His
funeral will be tomorrow from Rog
ers parlors.
Mrs. H. E. Everett and daughter
of Leadville w ill spend the Christmas
with Mrs. Kouutz, 1885 Lafayette St
Mr*. Robeit Jones who has recent
ly returned from Paola, Kaus. bss
been sick but is out again.
A chitterling suppct will be given
at the home of Mrs. Noah O’Neal
1770 Race street. Friday Dec. 20.
I wish to thank the State Grand
Master. W. R. Rhodes, for the honor
he has conferred upon me. by appoint
ing me Stale Junior Organizer of the
Stale of Colorado I will proceed to
my work in the near future.
0. L. Lawgox,
State Junior Organizer.
1360 Hazel Court,
Denver, Colo.
Mr. Dennis, father of Mrs. Ander
son. who was injured by the creamery
w agon, is recovering.
Overbuilt SuburbS of London.
A suburban building boom has col*
lapsed in l.uinii :j and thousands of
villas" stand empty in the outer cir
cle of <be metropolis, lluilders over
estimated the efftet "f n- w street, car
Life-Saver's Deserved Honor.
A French road-mender, on a road
n;»r the Uitie St. Bernard, who hue
raved many traveler* from death la
the «nov. hai been made a Knight of
the Legion of Honor.
Requires Science.
A Sail I.ake City collection agency
advertises aa "scicn;iflc collectors,”
If my department of human activity
requlrca acleuce, here is one that
Shrewd Trick to Catch Thieves.
A farmer In Hnlsvln guccir .■,] in
capturing fruit thieves by pulling
bells on the lops of the trees, which
warned him of their presence
Record Cargo of Bananas.
A record cnru > of bananas was
landed at Manchester recently. con
sisting of 57.000 bunches. They were
from Costa Hie*
Celebrate Mass in Mine.
Bishop Mora, ot Hidalg,'. Mi -
cantly celebrated mass 1.5< ' (f 1"
low the earth's surface at the I- Horn
of a siKer mine whlrb ha* hern "cri
ed (or c«n*>irles.
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: -
> Topeka Industrial and Educational Institute
Five teachers from that famous institution. The ONLY NON
SECTARIAN school for Negroes of the West A school of '
Christian Culture.
Normal, Normal Preparatory, Agricultural. Indus
trial, Business, Music and Military Science.
Carpentry, Painting, Printing, Book binding, Tail
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phases, Stenography, Type writing, Agricultural
and Mechanical Drawring.trtT'
Expenses reasonable. Self help encouraged. Very
careful attention given home training of youu
women. Rigid discipline maintained. Farm ot
106 acres. Location and sanitation the very best
Endorsed by ministers of every denomination
The Fall Term begins Tuesday Sept. 3. Try to b«
present the opening day. For further informal! n address
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Topeka Kas

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