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Mis* Nellie Baker, Agent. 1821 Schley Street. The Modiste Art Club will m€?et Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. U. Maloney. * Miss Myrtle Hill, who was taken 111 at Qundaro Institute, is convalescent. Mr. Veto Carter has returned to Pueblo from Kansas City. On Tuesday morning the A M. E. ministers left for Colorado Springs to meet and confer with Bishop Grant. Mr. D. A. Jones has demonstrated to the public that a colo-ed man in grocery business can do well His six months trial having been eminently satisfactory to him. Rev. Franklin H. Bray will deliver the annual sermon for Knights Pyth ians on Sunday. March 25. at Scott’s Chapel. St. Paul’s choir will furnish the music. Rev. J P. Watson held the quarter ly meeting at St. John s A. M. E Church Sunday. Rev. Holmes deliv ered a very able sermo:i. A large crowd was in attendance Two new members were added to the church roll. The revivals continue for the week Rev. Howard s efforts hav * been won derfully blessed. Mrs. Ella Mitchell is on the sick list Mr. William Carter was juried Mon day from Bethlehem Baptht church Mr. H. P. Cunningham and bride are expected soon from Hot Springs Ark. Mr and Mrs. J. A Jones oontem plate leaving the city. Miss Marshbanks is greatly im proved at this writing Mrs W. B. Townsend very pleas antly entertained the Bclo Club Satur day afternoon. Mrs Virginia Smith of Denver is the guest of her mother. Mrs J P. Watson The candy pulling at Mrs I K Wil Hams'. Tuesday evening, w .* a very enjoyable affair. Mrs. A Harrison and Miss Naomi Harrison desire to thank the kind friends who were with them In the sickness and death of their beloved daughter and sister, tnd who did much to relieve their gr ef in the hour of their bereavement Death is Jealous of a good comedy. A comedian is a genial public char acter.—Shaw. Wilson. Turner & 2o m Proprietors « Home Cooking Exchange AND CHILE PARLOR Our Cooking will please you First Class Service 1119 Eighteenth Street. the: statesman, Denver, Colorado Educating Chinese Girl. Chinese girls as a rule are not sent to school; the mother superintends their training in housework. As soon as the girls are old enough they are taugh to cook, sew, make and mend clothes and indeed do all domestic work. But the enlightened Chinese sends his daughter to school when near a mission or some other school Pacifying the Male Brute. When a man is waked up by the took going downstairs to get his breakfast and goes to sleep right away again, the only way his wife can pacify him is to tell him he never closed his eyes all night and it is wonderful the way be can go to bis work without having bad uny rest.—New York Pre«9. First °ainter of Record. The oldest known picture was "A Battle of the Magnetes,” by Bulrrchus, who Is the earliest painter of whom there is any record. This picture was purchased by Candaules. King of Ly dia, about 716 B. C . for either its weight in gold or for as much, gold coin as would cover it. The Reason. "Why does one want a study in which to be alone at times with his books?*’ ybu ask. For the reason that he does not care to have people pros ent at the making of his mental toilet any more than at the making of ths phyalcal one.—New Orlcana Times- Democrat Knew the Symptoms. A doctor prescribed rest and change for a ■ rr.slI girl, saying that her sys tem wai quite upset. After he had gone the little girl said: “1 knew 1 was upset, mamma, because my foot'a aaleep; and things must be pretty bad when you go to aleep at the wrong end.” Big Things of Uganda. In the Uganda protectorate there are the largest lakes, the largest swamp and the largest forest in Af rica; also the largest extinct volcano In the world and the highest African mountain, with 100 square miles of Ice anr snow, right under the equator. A Scientific Wonder. The cures that stand to its credit make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scion tlflc wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case of Piles. It heals the worst Burns. Sores. Bolls, Ulcers. Cuts, Wounds Chilblnins and Salt Rheum. Only 25< at all druggiats. Davis & Scott, Proprietors. THE RHINE CAFE, A fine resort for after-theater parties. 1 129-1 131 Nineteenth Street. The Rhine is noted for its superior PrivGfp hinino Dnnm serrice and is the wonder of the West. lllYdlt UlUlUg RUUUI Phone Main 5310. Sits M. 00WDM. BBKSS Hair Dressing jnHl PARLORS. Shampooing. Cnttlrg and Curlln* All Hair Work made to order. Hair Tunica. Scalp Treatments, Manlcur- Ing; Stage Wigs for rent (or theat ißlij°vBBlßß|K~’Sfffv j4B| rlcal use or mask bans. Cheapest H9K9|HHwHkS>|b|£H snitches. 60 cenU. Goods delivered *Jr St out of the city. 1219 Hat HU DaoTsr. CoL Phene 1797 Olive. THE NEW DANCING ACADEMY open every Thursday night from 7:30 to 10:30 for instruction. From 10:30 to 12:30 for social dances. Admission 25 cents. R. Phynix, Manager. MANITOU HALL, 1545 CHAMPA ST. For rent Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fri days for $l5. Call Thursday evening. 1351 Court Place. Phone Red 3144. The brand that’s always good” Baxter’s Bullheads 5 CENT CIGAR Thcßaxtcr Cigar Co., Denver.