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Franklin's Paper The Statesman
VOL. XVII
Personal
City Mention
There will be am* «*iiixs. of *h p 1G ,
A Wednesday at the homo of Mrs
Froman At the last monthly inciting
the roll of officers wan cctnpb ted by i
the election of Miss Metallic Howard
:tn critic and Miss Kvh Jon**.s vie.piesl
oei.i At this meeting Mis Ida I>»*
Priest will tell of her trip to the Na
tionnl Federation of Women 'g Clubs
1 G. Gilmore has been *>ic 1
Mrs J. II White is Indisposed
Miss Webster of St Jos th is the
l'ii. st of Mrs Blanche Allen.
Mrs Charles I. White \v:vi 1 < stesa
at an afternoon party Tiles a>. com
plln.entary to Mrs John V Wright
and Mrs. Knimu Moss McAdm * It was
attended by a host of society folk The
hours of the reception were .ill too
short for the pleasure that the guests
received Music was dispensed through
out the afternoon
Miss Bertha M Harlan of Topeka
is visiting her sister. Mrs Frank
Turner.
Born to Mr and Mrs William Mor
rison last week a flue girl.
Mrs. Nellie Porter Is progressing as
well as could be expected with the
broken arm she sustained while at
Colorado Springs last week.
There Is a new business going in at
('urtls street near Nineteenth. It is
to be a shoe store and will be con
ducted by J. w. Jackson. The fix
tures for shoes are being put in this
DENVER, COLORADO, FRIDAY, AUGUST3, 1906.
H» t k Repair machinery »f th * jus'
• up-to-date kind will lx* addl'd and this
department will In* a strong feature
of Ihe store.
C A Franklin now lives at 518
Twenty-eighth street.
The family of A Colston is living
at 1411 South Tremont street
Mrs Dollie Hamilton has purchased
a home at 25.15 Franklin street.
(ireat sum-ns attended the efforts
of the Woman's (luiid in Its annual
picnic last week A crowd larger than
| it has ever hnd at a similar event was
l in attendance. Everyone had a good
time The ladies thank the public
for its patronage, which netted them
$240. Mrs Mary Travick. president,
and Mrs. Florence D. Cooper, Be ere
tary.
Titus Alexander of Oklahoma is a
visitor in the city.
R S. Scott and wife of New Orleans
are in the city for the benefit of their
health and may make this their home
Mr. Scott is retiring from the poßtoffice
service there. Mrs. Scott was Miss
Fagar. who visited here some few
years ago. They are the guests of Mr
and Mrs A Campbell.
Ac excursion to Colorado Springs is
the rock on which many nn ambitious
entertainer has met misfortune here
of late years. It remained for the
Knights of Pythias of the two local
lodges to carry a train load to Colo
Bishop Abraham Grant of thh dis
trict will be in the city Swnda> and
his coining will be a big event in the
Methodist denomination. He \»ill be
the speaker at Shorter Church at 11
a. m , at Ward at 3 p. m. and at Camp
bell Church at 8 p m. A still further
opportunity to hear him will be given
on Monday evening, when he will lee*
rndo Springs to tin* state gr ind session
last week.
Mrs C. .1 Rhone of Laramie is in the
city.
Mrs Clara Hardin was hostess at a
party Monday evening, complimentary,
lure at Shorter Church at $ p. m., tak
ing as his subject What Shall the
Harvest Be?” Admission 15 cents.
An introduction of such a man is need
less. His reputation, l>oth as a speaker
and worker for race advancement, is
as broad as the country. The peoplo
of Denver will literally sit at the feet
of Gamaliel by bewaring him.
tc Miss Mamie Blue of Kansas City.
M Georgit Me Cow on ami Mrs. Mol*
Me Lunn and roq are visiting in Kan
sas City and Oklahoma.
Allen Davis is spending a few days'
\acation out in the state.
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