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Interest Write or call upon Mrs. P. A. Hub bard. 11l High St., Manitou, Colo., for rooms. Modern. Good women wishing work by the week or month and ladies wanting such help, will please call Mrs. Mary E. Wade, 2227 Lincoln Are. Call from 9a. m, to sp. m. ‘Phone Red 2547. FOR RENT Furnished large front room for two gentlemen; modern. 2031 Marion St. M 5 FOR RENT—Front room, modern 2421 Lincoln ave. 1-21 FOR REST —A furnished front room at 1050 Logan avenue. 2-11 Again Denver will have a colored hackman. Dol Spurlock has returned from California and is at his old stand at Scholtz’s with a new outfit. His residence is 54 W. Bth ave. Phone, Main 2200. TWO MEN —Nicely furnished room in modern house at reasonable rates. 22 E 28th ave, Scholars taken in instrumental mu sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 Arapahoe St. The public is invited to visit Fields’ Dressmaking Parlors. 210 212 15th St. There will be five prizes given away at the Mask Garni ral Thursday Mar. 23rd. Two for the finest dressed couple, two for the most comically dressed couple, and »ne for the most characteristic costume. The Floto show which leaves today j takes with it a band composed of Milton Fore, Charles Hagood, Wm, Randol, Dan W. Walker, Prentice Griffiio, Lbwis Mills, Robert Holly, Ben Woods and Bert C. Duncan. The ball given at Manitou Hall Tuesday night was fairly well attend ed and was a treat to the dancing public. Thv Harris orchestra fur nished the music; Wm. Knight was } floor manager. At the People’s Alliance Sunday a discussion of Roosevelt’s Lincoln Day speech was indulged in, and a paper’ The Ways and the Woof of the Race, was read by Mrs. Campbell formerly a teacher in Wilberforce. It was a grand effort and was given the closest attention and highest appreciation. THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO. The Grant Club will give a conun drum supper and musicale, at the resi dence of Mrs. I. Williams, 2229 Arapa hoe St., Thursday March 23rd 1905 at 8 p. m. for the benefit of Shorter's Chapel. Will you come? Admission 10 cents. Miss Sylvia Higgins and M. A. Lee of St. Louis, were quietly married at the Church of the Redeemer. Sunday March 5. They leave for St. Louis next week where they will make their home. Mrs. N. J. Skillern gave a re ception in their honor last Friday. The following program will be rend ered by the Eureka Literary Society, Tuesday eveningJMarch 21st, at Short er Church. Piano solo, Miss Beatrice Thrashley; Reading, Mrs. Esther Mor ris; Vocal solo, Miss Percy Clark; De bate: “Resolved That Strikes are Beneficial to the Laboring Man.’’ Affirmation, Charles Smithea, Charles Hall: Negative, X. G. Walker, J. C. Porter; Piano Duel, Misses Mabel and Jessie Andrews; Journal, B. W. Fields; Report of Critic, Nelsina How ard. Dr. E. L. FAULKNER, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON ( 9 to II a. m. Hours < I to 4 p. m. ( 7 to 8 p. m. .. . (10 to 11 a. m. Sundays j 7 to o p m ( RES. OLIVE 1113. PHONE, /OFFICE MAIN 4956. 1914 Arapahoe St. Denver G. W. Andrews Painting’ Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. Phone 2371 white 1218 20th Ave. Atcntion! , StatCSman** We want to call your attention to our Job Printing Department. It Imprint on your s perfectly equipped to do ALL j your printing, and do it right. Job Printing We can print anything from a I j calling card to a poster. Try us Is a sign of j on your next order. | j Excellence. THE STATESMAN 1026 19th Street, Near Aarpahoe. NEWLY OPENED! !FISHER &. BARLOW,’ (GROCERIES AND MEAT. 22nd and Arapahoe Streets. WHEN IN TROUBLE, About difficult sample* of hair to match and jou want the real thing, length, co'or. That I make a specialty cf importing the IK--, ft rarest and mast wonderful shades of hair long and short. No color too dftlicult to match. Every variety. Prices to suit all. MRS. R. deG. DUNCAN. Formerly of M Condm • Parlor. 2535 Washington Avc. _Z3^r : j Phone 2IOC Black. His View of It. The ntory In told by Dr. Abraham Jacobi that a gentleman on being In troduced to Dr. Center Rome yearn ago Inquired: ‘'Are you the brother of Etelka Oerstcr, the great prima donna?” "No," replied the doctor, "Etelka la the sinter of Arpad Center, the famous surgeon." OFFICE CO TO II a m 49-50 GOOD Sl* HOURS \ I T 0 4R.M TCL.RCO 800, (TTOBmi DR. P, E. SPRATLIN. Renidence: 2226 Clarknou stree*. Telephone York 123. Telephone 912 Rod. (Junket*, Carriage*, Flowers A. T. MOORE & CO. THE COLORED UNDERTAKERS and Embalmers. Lad; Attendant Parlors 1019 10 St.