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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West. PUEBLO, COLORADO Rev. Owens returned from Kansas City Friday. Mrs. Reede is visiting her cousin, Rev. S. Rice of Colorado Springs. Mrs. D. A. Jefferson is visiting in Denver the guest of Rev. and Mrs. Douglass. Mr. Williams of Great Bend, Kans. is the guest of Bert Cunningham. Mrs. J. P. Watson went to Colors j do Springs Wednesday to assist Rev. , Tillman in a protracted meeting. Dr. Wright who is in failing health seems to lie no lietter. The citizens are pained to know of the condition of this useful man. Mr. and Mrs. C P. W illiams enter tained at breakfast Sunday, Rev and Mrs. Owens, J. W. Young and wife. Mrs. Mary Ramsey returned from Colorado Springs much pleased with her trip. She met many old acquain Slices, Rev. Bray is able to be out again. James Murrell is much improved, i Mis* Winfred Harrison remains the i same. Mrs Emma Maloney is indie posed J. A. Jones is very ill with pneumonia. J. W. Young has tonsi litis. At the meeting of the sewing circle ' of St. John’s A. M. E. Church it was decided to inaugurate woman's day. TheW.C.T. U. will meet at St. John's A. M E. Church Wednesday afternoon. The new programs will be distributed. The Modest Art Club met with Mrs. Oscar Baker last Thursday. Af ter and hour with art and the trans action of business the hostess served a toothsome lunch. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Gate wood, who have been dangerously ill from the effects of vaccination, are up and around but not able yet to go to school. ALBUQUERQUE NEWS. The weather is beginning to mod erate after the coldest spell that has been experienced here for twenty-live | years. Presiding Elder Watson of the A. M. E. connection, conducted quarter ly meeting lad Sunday. A sacred concert will be held at the church Sunday night. Everybody is invited. THE S i ATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO. Charles Hapgood, who was injured in'the Lanlry railroad grading died last week. The remains were shipped to his home in Kansas City. James Gettis left last week for Phd'nix. Ariz. He will soon be joined by his wife from this city. Mrs. Green Watson has returned' frcm San Francisco where she spent 1 I several weeks with relatives, Mrs. Ta bitha Watson and Mrs. Oral Ander- I sou. Mrs. W. V. Jasper one of the lag ging committee of the A. M. E. Church, received a check for!2S front Mr. Joshua Reynolds, President of the First National Bank. The mon ey raised by the committee will he used in buildihg a walk in front of the church. Men who are in business desire to settle up old accounts ou the begin ning of the new year. We know that the editor of The Statesman is like all other business men. He too, de sires a settlement of old accoun.s. If you can’t pay ad pay what you can to I the editor or to the local agent. — CRIPPLE CREEK. | Mrs. Minnie Taylor Is visiting Mends in Denver this week. ‘ The funeral of the two-weeks-old Infant of Mrs. Kllza Tinnon was held Thursday afternoon. Itev. John Turner officiated. Mrs. Mary Fair will leave Thursday enroute to California. Mrs. Fair will | spend some time visiting In Salt I-ake. < | Mr. A. 11. NVaddy made a business trip to Colorado Springs last Friday, j Mrs. H. Wagner of Victor met with | a painful accident last Thursday by I falling down a flight of steps. Her in juries were attended by I)r. Elliot. At this writing she is improving | Mrs. Fannie Warfield will leave this j week for a visit to Rocky Ford and 1 Grand Junction. | The C6lumbine Art club was pleas I antly entertained Thursday of last week by Mesdames Miller and War field. Two hours were spent most I profitably at needle work after which i ‘ dainty refreshments were served to a |ithe members. Tha ladles will meet this week with Mrs L F. McCullough. The c arpet cleaning establishment f of A. H. Waddy, in a suburb of Colo rado Springs, was destroyed by Are last week. It was valued at $1,500,1 partly covered by insurance* l Messrs McCullough and Gaston are on the sick list this week. LA JUNTA. Rev. Solly conducted a ten days series meeting at Hubbard chapel Thirty-six were added to the mem bership roll. Never before has there been such interest manifested. Sun day morning at o'clock twilight services. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson took a flying trip to New Mexico. Turtle tea nr Hubbard chapel given by Mesdames Marshel Davis and Dadgett netted a good stun for the ben efit of the trustees. Mesdames Scott. Berry and Budgetl are on the sick list. Mr Frank Blande of Chicago Is a guest of his parents for u few weeks. Mr. George Gross Is visiting In the —city this week. Madam ureen entertained Madam Marshal and Badgctt aSturdav at 2 o’clock luncheon. Glee Club have their regular meet ing once a month. Election of officers at the Hubbard library Thursday even ing. ANDERSON 4, CO. The colored dealers 2527 Larimer street. Phone Main 5445. Flour, feed, kindling and farm produce. Any grade of coal delivered at market price. - - 05 G.W. Andrews Painting* Piper Hanging B - F - Harris, a«< Kalsomining EXpREBs NQ 444 Phone’ 3093 white 2024 Washington Avc stand 19 & Champa BOULDER COLORAOO. (The people of Boulder deftplte the good weather are Hick. Rev. (*. W. Tolson Jias Just closed a four weeks' revival with marked suc cess. Rev. Williams of Denver who assisted him Is a |»ow«*rful preacher and a sweet Bl'tger of Israel. He left Friday for Denver •NAKE AS A HYPNOTIST. Power Ovor Its Victims Now Espial** od on Occult Grounds. Hypnotism has teen advanced as an explanation of the peculiar fasci nation exercised by serpenta over weak anlr&S'i which become so laflu soced by tbs eyes and body move ments of their charmer that they are •aaliy captured Birds, squirrels and mice are the readleat victim* According to the instances observed the doomed animals seem to realise their danger, but are powerless to resist the influence. Sometimes a diversion, such as a sudden noise, will brtak the spell It may have been. Is the instances observed, that the vic tim was a parent trying to distract ihe snake's attention from Its young and approaching Incautiously too near Ita enemy Or there may have beet an atr action by curiosity or antipathy, the victim becoming careless of Hi danger through anger or weaS through terror. The explanation that a state of hypnosis la laduced la rew sonable. The comaaa hea may be readily hypnotized aad music rendera soini mammals incapable of movement. Thi first move of the snake's victim may be one of curiosity. The® the anaki may, even without being aware of it, exert Its hypnotic Influence and, see lag Its prey within reach, naturally •tall Itself (4 Ita opportunity.