COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West.
John Anderson was joined by his
family from Colorado Springs last
Edgar Williams has returned from
Socora. He reports a successful trip.
Emil McClure, the half-breed who
was accused of killing two Mexicans
several months ago, pleadede guilty to
murder in the second degree. His
lawyers claim that he is not sound of
Jeff Click has returned from a trip
to his old home, Los Angeles. His
health is much improved.
The social evil which has disturbed
the minds of the decent citizens for
several weeks, is to be remedied by
the removal of what is known as the
tenderloin district to more convenient
quarters just on the outskirts of the
A Xmas tree entertainment and a
nice literary program was rendered
- under the auspices of the A. M. E
Church Sunday school last Saturday
evening. The exercises were well car
ried out under the management of
11/v. W. Jones, superintendent, and
Miss Annita Jasper, assistant All the
Sunday school children received a
present. A large crowd spent an en
The Mt. Olive Baptist Sunday
school had Xmas tree exercises last
Saturday evening and rendered an ex
cellent program to a large and appre
ciative audience. The children were
well trained for the concert and a nice
time was enjoyed by all who were
A. J. Jones, a barber from Los An
geles; is a new arrival.
J. P. Norwood, an enterprising shoe
maker, who once lived In this city,
but now of Chicago, sent us a marked i
copy of a Chicago paper, telling us of
his wonderful inventions for railroad
purposes. Seventy-five thousand dol
lars will be paid him if his device
proves a success. He desires to sell
a certain amount of shares in order
to secure a patent in all foreign coun
tries. Ten dollars is the price of one
share. All those who desire to pur
chase interest in this concern can
write to the said gentleman at 3827
Wabash avenue, Chicago, Illinois.
CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO.
Mr. A. C Carr returned Monday
from a trip to Denver.
An unusual display of the real
Christmas spirit has been manifested
in Cripple Creek the past week.
Mr. and .Mrs. Harry Graves of Vic
THE S i ATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
lor entertained Christmas day at an
i elaborate 7 o'clock dinner, at which
! j Messrs, and Mesdames Dean. McCul
lough, Cotwell, Wagner and Thrower
j were guests. The table was prettily
1 j decorated with Christmas greens. A
| Christmas tree and a smaller table,
'jail to themselves, completed the joys
1 ; of the smaller folk, who were Ceylon
’■and Lawrence Cotwell and Marguerite
| Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Scott of Victor
j are visiting in Denver this week.
; Mrs. N. C. Rucker left last week
i for Goldfield, Nevada.
Mrs. Pennington made a short visit
in the camp week before last. She
returned home for the holidays.
Mr. C. A. Milton and son were din
ner guests of the Throwers Christmas
Mr. Geo. Cousin arrived in the camp
last week from Atchison, Kan., to
spend the Yuletide with his wife, who
is spending the winter wMth her
uncle. Braxton Steel.
Rev. Henry and wife had as their
dinner guest Christmas day Rev, John
Turner and Mrs. T. W. McCubbln.
One of the most charming affairs
of the week was the reception New
Years day given by the ladies of the
Columbine Art Club at the beautiful
home of Mrs. Geo. Cotwell in Victor.
The receiving hours were from 2 to 5
1). m. and 8 to 11. The colors were
rod and green. The house was pro
fusely decorated with Christmas bells,
carnations, ferns and American Beauty
roses, which lent a most pleasing ef
fect. Dainty refreshments wore
served to the guests. Fifty gentlemen
and ladies responded to invitations
during afternoon and evening.
Rev. A. E. Reynolds was called last
1 week to pastor Bethel Baptist Church
He contemplated having his family
return to the district.
Mesdames Millen and Warfleid were
hosts at an elegant dinner party
Thursday evening. The decorations
of holly and ferns were most effective.
The guests were Messrs. Carr, Rey
onlds, Thrower and Dean. Mesdames
Dean and Thrower.
Mrs. Minnie Caves and children re
turned from Chicago last week. She
will spend the winter with her mother,
WELL TO REMEMBER.
Make the minutes pay.
Ik) the hard things first.
Aspiration -f- Perspiration ss Suo
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The colored dealers
2527 Larimer street. Phone Main 5445.
Flour, feed, kindling and farm produce.
Any grade of coal delivered at market price.
Will appear as
AT EAST TURNER HALL
For the Benefit of
The Colored Orphanage
and Old Folk’s Home
Association of Colorado
Thurs. Feb. 1
ADMISSION 35 CENTS
G. W. Andrews
Painting’ Paper Hanging
Phone 3093 white
2024 Washington Ave i
Phone Main 5349
B. F. HARRIS,
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Stand 19 & Champa
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