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Springs. Robert Bryant of Omaha is now at the Antlers. Mrs. Tillman spent the past week in Pueblo. Mrs. DeClellaad returned from Denver last week and has been quite ill. Miss Mattie Collins celebrated her birthday at her home Friday night. This week is being observed as a week of prayer at Payne Chapel. Mrs. Polk Reed will be taken to Denver soon to undergo an operation. Harpers Uuiou will hold evauge listic meetings next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Fanny F’ranklin. Rt. Rev. Bishop Warren preached at the M. E. Church Sunday mom ing io a large audience. The Ladies, Aid is giving a chocolate tea today at the home of the President Mrs. H. A. Perkins. Mrs E. E. Wbitefield. the National Baptist Missionary, lectured to a full house Sunday night at St John’s. She left Monday for California before returning to her home in Louisville, Ky. She was the guest of Mrs. Hun dley. We have uumbered amoug the sick the youngest child of Rev, Gladden, Eugene Carter, Metdames Nelons, Collins, Jennie Henderson, R. B. Fleming. Society has been all agog for the past ten days in the entertainment of Mrs. Booker T. Washington. She gave a lecture on evening of her arri val to a packed house. The Twen tieth Century Club entertain'd for her at a toast luncheou at the hand some home of Mrs. Hurley. Mrs. Tillman, the president, was toastmas ter, ’nd toasts were given by the mem bers. a. Proctor threw open the doors of tar beautiful home Satur day afternoon when the City Federa tion of Colored Women’s Clubs, ten dered her a public reception. This event was notable from the fact that the white club women came enmasse to greet th distinguished guest. On behalf of the Federation, Mrs. Till man presented Mrs. Washington with a beautiful souveuir spoon. Through out the afternoon the parlors were thronged with club women of the city Mrt. Pennington entertained at a six o'oloek dinner and Mr. and Mrs. Pew •ll at an evening party Friday. Rev, THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. and Mrs. Tillman at dinner previous to her lecture. In company with h*r host and hostess, Prof, and Mrs. Jack son, she spent Sunday in Cripple Creek. Wtth others she was a guest at the mansion of Gen. Palmer in Gien Eyrie. After a few days sight seeing and receiving such royal hos pitality as perhaps no ’other woman of any race ever received from citizens Mrs. Washington accom anied by her hostess left for Denver Monday. The decorations and entertainment, were perfect iu all appointments. Mrs. Fannie Franklin entertained a few intimate friends in honor of Mrs Booker T. Washington and son. Fri day evening. January l‘J. (’overs were laid for twelve. The beautiful dining room was handsomely decorated in smilax and tea roses. Those present were a: follow*: Rev. and Mrs. Glad den, Rev. and Mrs. Tilliuan, Prof, ami Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Proctor, Mrs. Rosa Moore, Miss Pearl G. I .ampton and Mr. Eldridge Link. After being served to an elaborate five-course dinner the guests assembled in the parlor and by special request of Mrs. Washing ton. Miss Lampton rendered a solo. All enjoyed themselves highly. Mr. Eldridge Link, nephew of Mrs Franklin, is among u.. How He Was Crushed. A dudish young man sat on the end of the Beat of an open car with a sense of proprietorship, when another dudish young man jumped upon the footboard and stared at him for a mo ment and then said: "Thlr, why donth you hitch along?” “Why should I hitch along?” queried the other. "Because, thir—because I lisp If you will pay attention you will see thath I lisp. I have had a front tooth taken out, thlr. Yes, thir, 1 have had a front tooth taken out bo as to make me lisp, and I demand, thlr- I demand thath you hitch along and give me the end seat.” “You are way off, my lisping friend. Can’t you see that I have Just had my ears manicured and that they are of a beautiful pink? ’ "Oh, I thee,” said the lisping young man. "Yes, thlr, I thee, and I will admit thath pink ears beat a lisp, but I will climb over you and thlt down and feel duly crushed."—Cincinnati Enquirer. Refuse License to Chinese. When tbe citlztns of I’aln A!(o teard that a Chinese ha 1 applied for a 'eataurant license they opposed the ippllcatlon 10 (trong.'v that the town I trustee* refused it. *hit the Chinese J will take the case Id o the courts. (Attention! — ■ ■ “The Statesman” We want to call yoor attention to oar Job Printing Department. It Imprint on your perfectly equipped to do ALL I I your printing, end do It right. Job Printing Weean print anything from a . calling card to a poater. 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