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Who They Are, What They Are and Where They Are. Scholars taken in instrumental mu sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 Arapahoe St. Rev. Goens left Wednesday for Col orado Springs and other parts un known. Miss Velma Hooker was suddenly taken with acute inflammation and fever last Thursday, hut at present being out of danger. She is well on the road to recovery. So serious an accident happened to Mr. Spencer of Chicago, while on duty, that he was compelled to take ten days' lay off, his right forefinger be ing mashed. The friends of Miss Ruth Darby an nounce her marriage to Mr. Henry A. Hurd of Arkansas, very soon. Rev. J. H. Hubbard, presiding el der of the Denver District, will hold the second quarterly meeting at Campbell A. M. E. Church, Twenty third and Lawrence streets, Sunday, March 11. The sacrament of the Lord' will be observed in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. Ulehop A. Grant will be present and will preach at 7:3 p. m. Come anil worship with us. J. S. PAYNE, Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stone, who have been making Denver their home for some time, living with Mrs. De Mar, leave the city today for Colo rado Springs, where he will be em ployed as butler for one of Little London's millionaires. Denver is the loser thereby of two of her represen tative citizens and the Springs is the gainer. At the People's Sunday Alliance to morrow the program will be as fol lows: Instrumental solo, Mrs. May Byrd; paper, "Everyday Life," Miss Nelgine Howard; tiuet, Mesdames Howard and Leftridge. Mrs. Irene Fife was a pleasant caller at this office Wednesday. Mrs. Gussie Andrews has returned to Colorado Springs after spending some time, in tlie city visiting her mother. Miss Sadie Johnson, who has spent several months In Kansas City, re turned Wednesday. Mrs. Katie Carper, who has been gone for six weeks to Ohio, returned home Saturday. She slopped in Chi cago en route and reports a pleasant stay, both there and In Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Slaughter have returned from SUverton, where they have been spending some time. While they were absent a niece of Mrs. Slaughter waß making Inquiries for her, but the whereabouts of the niece are not now known. THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO. Misses eParl and Eva Jones, who have been visiting in Colorado Springs, are expected home this week. FOR SALE.—Mrs. Sena M. George, adminstratrix of the estate of Rich ard Henry George, offers for sale four lots in Harman subdivision, near the Country Club, for SI,OOO, SSOO down and time to suit on the balance. There is nothing so vivifying as be ing a grandfather if the appearance of Joseph Garner is any criterion. Since he has had the good news of an heir in the third generation he has thrown off a few years. Mrs. J. P. Blackwell, who has been gone for some time on a trip to Ha waii, has returned to the city and is now making her home at 2522 Dun keld Place. D. W. Walker of 1-as Vegas was in the city Monday. Mrs. N. Williams, of 381 McNassa street, who was reported to be very sick, is greatly improved at this writ ing. Miss Ida Anderson was so very ill last week that she was compelled to forego her duties for three days of the week. Mrs. L. P. Holmes is suffering with lagrippe. Mrs. M. A. Reed has come to the city and is stopping with Mrs. Mae -kitchen, her daughter. She will un dergo an operation at the hands of Dr. Bailey soon. Mrs. D. D. Cole has gone to Texas to visit relatives. Mrs. C. B. Franklin has gone south on a visit. Mrs. Joseph Tompkins’ mother, who has come here recently from Kansas to see her grandson, who was serious ly ill, will stay a while to take in points of interest now that he is bet ter. Miss Mae Mullins spent Sunday in Cheyenne, returning home Monday afternoon. Mrs. Lytton was dangerously ill Saturday with gastritis. Dr. E. L. Faulkner wishes to inform the public that ne has no connection with the W. F. H. C. Progressive [Club, which produces the Mock Mar riage March 29. NOTICE. Mr. Editor: I wish to inform the public that the person or persons that used my name in connection with the dance given by Capitolia Temple did it without my knowledge or consent and against my will. SARAH THREET. A Night in Japan MANITOU HALL. Japanese Ladies will sene Tea. Plenty of fun and a good time for everybody who attends. JUVENILE CAKE WALK Hall will be decorated with hundreds of lanterns. Refreshments of all kinds. WM. KNIGHT Manager THURS., MAR. 15 ’O6 Harris Full Orchestra. Admission 35 Cents. PINIM’S JERSEY Dairy and Grocery H. PINN, PROPRIETOR. Phone Black 3672 2615 Wclton Street Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilson, Props. THE OZARK RESTAURANT. Special Chicken dinner Wednesday and Sunday noon. Good home cooking. Quick service. 1936 Lawrence St. Phone Red 397.