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THE STATESMAN.
OMAN »f THE COLORED PEOPLE M COLORADO, WYOMRO, MORTARA, MTAR ARD NEW MEXICO.
VOL. XVIJ
COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West.
LAKAMIK, WVOMINO.
Throach the efforts of Ur. Wm. Byrd
we hod a meeting at the Argo lut
Banda) afternoon, cad formed a vom
aa's club. Ita mala object I* to pro
care relief fund* tor oar suffering peo
ple la Baa Francisco. At the request
of Mrs. Thos. Price, the original doner,
Lewie Liddell, named It the Sunshine
Club. These are the percent oBcrrs:
Mrs. C. J. Rhone, president; Miss lilts
Denton, secretary; Mias Carrie Burton,
treasurer.
Nest Tuesday night the Pride of the
Wset K. P. lodge will Initiate two can
didates.
The Her. Mr. Swenson of Cheyenne
Is slated for this city Wednesday Ar
rangements have been made for him to
organise a church here.
Several newcomers this week.
Mrs. Susie V. Derrick received a pos
tal from her brother in 'Frisco Monday.
It was one of the many stories of de
struction and woe.
The city Is slaking an eight-inch lat
eral In the first ward.
Two trains of soldiers arrived
Wednesday morning, en route to
•Frisco.
Mr. James M. Gordon, chtf de
cuisine at the “Mrs. Ehmka Kafr " and
Miss Maud Gee of Billings. Montana,
will be wedded la this city August 6th.
The Statesman wishes the young peo
ple a domestic success. L. 8 L.
* LA JUNTA.
The Hubbard literary Society will
DENVER, COLORADO, FRIDAY, MAY 11,1906.
give their last meeting Thursday even
Inc, with the following program: Bong.
by society; prayer, chaplain; solo, Mrs.
Mary Badgett; recitation, J. W. Mar
shall; duet, Mrs. Wm. Love and Mlsa
Mary Ellis; reading. Mrs. J. S. Scott;
solo, Mrs. Bertie Tyler; dialogue, Mr.
McKnlght and J. Btarkey; duet Mrs.
Mattie Bern and Mrs. Clemlns; dosing
remarks, the pastor.
Mrs. Chas. Carney left Tuesday night
for Topeka.
Thos. Carney left Thursday evening
for Garden City.
Mrs. Bcott and Mine Sims left
Wednesday for Rocky Ford, where they
were called to the bedside of Mrs. Geo.
Gross, who was seriously 111. They re
turned Saturday evening and nay that
she and baby are Improving.
Mrs. Fowler left Thursday for Colo
rado Springs.
Mrs. John Lawson, who has been vis
iting In Topeka, has returned and re
ports a slendld visit.
Mrs. M. A. Berry and Mrs. Wm. Love
left for Rocky Ford Friday to release
».rs. Marshall and Mrs. Beckett In car
ing for Mrs. Geo. Gross.
The Odd Fellows of I-a Junta No.
4343, and the Household of Ruth No.
tISS, are preparing for a grand turn
out Sunday, May 13th.
Mrs. Clemlns Is on the sick list
The May social given by Messrs.
John Lawson and Chas. Lenox Wednes
day evening at the Commercial hall,
was one of the grandest affairs of ths
season.
Rev. Solly has returned from Colo-
redo Spring*, after a few day* on bus
Ineaa.
ALBUQUERQUE NEWS.
Adam McMurtry died laat Friday af
ter a long spell of tuberculoaii. HU
funeral was held the following Sunday
afternoon at the undertaking parlor*.
Rev. Jones officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvai Anderson ac
companied by Mrs. T. Watson, mother
of the latter, arrived in the city from
San Francisco. Mrs. Anderson Is suf
fering from a recent operation and will
not be able to be out for several weeks.
They were once residents of our city
and their old friends are all glad to
have them to return.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniels and family are
new arrivals In the city from Okla
homa City.
There is jumor of a new ice cream
parlor starting up for the summer sea
son.
ON NEXT TUESDAY
il The wise taxpayer will prelect his own pocket by voting
“Yes” on the Denver Gas and Electric Co. franchise.
The wiae voter will nip graft in the bud by voting' ‘Against’ ’
the purchase of the Lacombe plant
The booster for Greater Denver will vote “For” $60 lights,
making this truly a "City of Lights.”
George Hutchinson, the well-known
blacksmith, bought a nice home ami
moved his family in last week.
Mrs. J. P. Watson, the evangelist,
prior to her departure last Tuesday
lectured to a large number of women
at the A. M. E. church. In the course
of her remarks she said some things
that will long be remembered by those
who were present. As a result of her
lecture, there will no doubt be a wo
man's organisation established in the
city in the near future.
Green Watson was awarded the con
tract by the city council for feeding
the city prisoners for the eusuiug
year.
Costly Trave*.
Between Tonopah and Manhattan,
Nst„ tfty miles, there is an automo
bile service. Round trip, f!5.
NO. 42

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