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Springs. D. B. Faw, Agent, 802 N. Walnut St. Phone Main 1024, Eug.-ue Dotoy of Cripple Creek, spent Sunday in the city Gen’l Hazelwood of Charleston, \V. \a., tvho is West on business, in coin puny with -I. D. D, Rivers of Denver, spent Sunday in the city sightseeing. They were guest of W. H. Duucau. Mrs. S. B. Fleming has returned after spending a few days iu Denver with friends. W. Davis aud wife of Topeka, Kan , are here to reinaiu indefinitely. The three ill fated engines of the most disasterous railroad wreck that ever occtireel in this state, passed through he re Monday at 11 a. in , for Denver. The very look and quietude of those huge monsters of cold steel seemed to realize that but a few brief hours past, they had brought wreck, ruin and desolation to many a happy home. The sad discription of the chared liodies in that wreck, reminds ns of the graphic pictures of the burn iug of Negroes at the stake. But it was no time nor place to gather sou venirs. Luther Rumforil, one of the most popular young society roeu of the city, gave a tLeater party last Satur day evening to Misses Jessie Grose, I’. G. Lampion, and lhez'urrespondent of Tin Statesman. Mrs. John Watson has been ill for several days, ami is greatly missed by the many orgauizations of which she is a member. Little Myrtle Reid, the II years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heed, is dove oping a marked taleut in me diumisin. People are going to her from all parts of the city, and pro nounce her a wonder. Many will re member that Mrs. Booker T. Wash ington paid the high compliment to her by saying, she was tha youngest club member she ever saw. She ia ] r si lent of the Busy Bee club. The HallieQ Brown Dramatic club will pn sent "The Broken Fetters” at St. John’s Baptist Church Friday e ening, April 11, for the benefit o r the choir. Mrs S. B. Jones, mau-ger; H. H. Seymore, pres. Miss Godin Smith has returned after a few weeks visit iu Grand Junction. N. Slay hid* the inclement weath-^ THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. er is iiiueli against his health. We hope for his recovery. K. Gilmore and John Ellison are in the city for a few days, and are ren dering some sweet music. The Ladies' Aid of the People's M. E. Church gave a reception in honor of Rev. (leo E. Trower. Kev. W. E Gladden was spokesman. Kev. 15 Wilcox delivered the Welcome ad dress. Kev (> M. Tillman spokeou behalf of the ministers of the cit v. auil Kev. K. L. Davis ou the church Sev eral reci als were rendered which were good. Refreshments were served. PUEBLO, COLORADO Miss Nellie Baker. Agent 1 MU 1 Schley Street. (The greater portion of the* copy of Pueblo news lots bpf-n misplaced. hence the nbnence of it from tliln Issue i Mr. Ford, brother of Kev Ford of Denver, wiik in tin* city the past week, the guest of Kev. D. A. Jefferson The ehairnian of Executive Board of Women's Clubs has issued ;i rail for tlie members of the board to meet at B»29 Palmer Avenue. April Hi. Busi ness of vital importance concerning Denver Fedemtlon will In* transacted. Mrs. J. D. Owens entertained at din tier Thursday evening in honor of Kev. J P. Howard Covers were laid for six. Mrs. J. K Williams entertained at •I o'clock dinner Monday. Kev. J P. Howard was the guest of honor. Mrs. A Jordan was hostess at din aer in honor of Kev Howard on Sat urday. The Industrial Art Club, composed of some of the most promising young mines of Pueblo, are doing surpris ingly well under the guidance of Mrs J. C. C. Owens. They expect to give an art exhibit soon. April ball at Manitou Hall, Thurs day April 5. Music by the Harris Or cbestra. Dou’t miss il. •,u|zr3l'k isaDung—diBJO|jaiop HP* ejn aqt pun '<>ajb)h U|M 1-tuaq aqi ‘jajjns mm prom am qooqjaqoid uqi spjBMOi pap0J|p 8| ui|B aqi j| qooq jaqood in; b jo psa)su| 'uijb J8aj8 Jno AjJiBuoBjad qoj.t b aqata p|noqs a,\\ •ui|y am I Attention! — V r ~ ' 11 ■ “The Statesman” Ws w “* to * n joax »* Wn|io “ *° our Job Printing Department. 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