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Springs. Mr. Eugene Carter I 9 very low with pneumonia. Mrs. Ida Fleming gave a six-course dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Roy Reed, who has gone to Pocatello, Ida ho, for an indefinite stay. Covers were laid for eight. All enjoyed the repast interspersed with music. Mrs. Sarah Pennington has returned from a very pleasant visit in Denver. A joint installation of the S. M. F.’s and \V. I! F.’s was held at Odd Fel lows hoi I Monday night. Prof. L. L. McGruder has returned front Kansas City. Mo., where he at tended as a delegate the Interstate Literary Association. On Tuesday night Prof. McGruder entertained twelve gentlemen at an old-fashioned possum supper at the elegant resi dence of Mr. Green. 1018 East High street. This stag dinner was greatly enjoyed, showing clearly the- host’s nblllty as a Beau Brummel. Miss Jessie May Gross entertained at a foufl-course luncheon last Wednesday night complimentary to' Mr. James Daugherty. Mrs. Maud Jenkins’ little girl is ill with pneumonia; also Mrs. Ella la gan's little son. Mrs. Jennie Henderson gave an ele gantly appointed dinner last Friday in celebration of Mrs. Elliot's 80th birth day. Many pioneers were invited and interesting conversation of "ye olden times' were related. Covers were laid for fifteen ladies, both old and young. All voted Mrs. Henderson par excellent as a hostess. Francis God dard. a leading, influential, wealthy, club, white woman of this city was among the guests; also Mrs. Belle Jones. Thus, as the endless round of pleasure began to show the true western hospitality for litis one of the grimiest, noblest type of Negro womanhood. Next Issue will contain countless functions complimentary to Mrs. Washington. Mrs. Cornelia Fleming Is quite 111 with inflammation and grave fears are entertained for her recovery. After having been given up by several leading white physicians. Dr. Grant, on his arrival, has taken the case and on Tuesday performed a very danger ous operation She Is very low at St. Francis hospital. Her mother Is ex pected front Springfield. Mass. Mrs. Booker T. Washington, accom panied by her son, Earnest D. Wash ington, arrived Wednesday morning from Tuskogee, Ala., via Ft. Smith, Arlt-, and Kansas City, Mo., and are Uta distinguished guests of Prof. and ; THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Mrs. Ida Joyce Jackson. Immediately on their arrival Mr. Booze gave me party, including Prof, and Mrs. Jack son, a delightful carriage drive to Garden of the Gods, Glen Eyrie, and Manitou, which was an ideal day for seeing the sights to a good advantage. On the return from this delightful drive Mrs. Washington was the guest of honor at a prettily appointed din ner given by Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Gladden. After the dinner the Du Cois Reading Club were invited to meet this distinguished. amiable woman who loves her race. The Sunday Forum held a large «.nd enthusiastic meeting Sunday at Payne Chapel, when Editor C. A. Franklin of The Statesman delivered an able address upon the Niagara movement. Mrs. Far .y Franklin gave a charm ing six o'clock dinner last Tuesday to a few young people Th* Pond Lily Club was entertained by Mrs. Dora Curtis last Thursday. An Interesting meeting was held. Dr. R. S. Grant has returned from Nashville, Tenn., where he visited rel atives and friends during the holi days. Mr. K. D. Cammack of Birmingham, Ala., is the guest of his wife for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. McCarrol are home after a stay of several months in Los Angeles, California. Rev. and Mrs. G. M. Tillman en tertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Cammack of Birmingham, Ala. Besides the guest of honor others present were Mrs. Cammack, Mrs. Pennington and Mr. E. P. Booze. All enjoyed the delicious menu and spicy conversation. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Manley had as their honored guest for dinner Sun day, Editor Franklin of Denver. Mrs. Millie King is quite sick. Many of the club women are sub -1 scribing for The Stateman yearly. | Let us have fifty subscribers before the State Federation meeting in Den- I ver. To give Pueblo and Denver an opportunity to give their club notes there will only appear notes column from our city once a month. A very interesting mothers meet ing was held with Mrs. Eva C. Buck ner Wednesday. Next Wednesday meeting will be heid at the residence of Mrs. Julia Emery, 802 North Wal nut street. Take Spruce itreet car. [Attention! —— “The Statesman” We want to call your attention to oar Job Printing Department. It M Imprint on your ia perfectly equipped to do ALL I I your printing, end do It right. Job Printing Te mi print anything from i I _ , . ealling card to > porter. Try ne IS a SigQ Of on your nest order. Excellence. J THE STATESMAN 1026 19th Street, Near Arapahoe. 9 J f* ' ; . 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