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Our Collector is about. Pre pare for him. Those out cf town please remit by mail. The Bird Eye Restaurant, O. Ilig gins proprietor, at 101 I9lh St., is a neat clean enterprise which has been newly opened. Mrs. Ida Joyce Jackscn of Colorado Sitting*, addressed the ocal VV. T. U. Tuesday. She is doing pioneer work' organizing the women and is meeting with success. Her address was a beautiful and impressive effort. I She will la- heard all Orel the stale along this line. She is making the ground work of a stale organization 1 to meet in I*ueblo this month. Mr. and Mrs, J. H Kelly after spending the season in Hot Springs, Ark., have come to the city to locate. A diamond ring contest and grand musical will lie given at Central Bap ' tisl Church Thursday, June Ist. Ad mission In cents. Mrs. T. J. Dt-Clelland of Colorado Springs, was in thccilv Sunday. Also Eugene Boow and J. H, Jackson. Mis J. H. Hubbard of Boulder, was in the city this week. Mrs. (jus Dyer left Thursday for Huntsville, Ala., to visit with her mother. She will also visit cities east " E. Williams a former Denverite now steward of the Elk’s Club of Boise. Idaho, passed through the city Thursday enroute from Kansas Cits home J. W. Level 1 is suffering with the grip- Dave Jones came down from the Springs Monday. Ed Veyton passed through the city last week enroute to Ogden, from New Orleans. Hsrty Jones was called to Colora do Springs last week bv the death ol his sister. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Again Denver will have a colored! hackmau. Dol Spurlock ha* returned from California and is at hi* old I stand at Scholl/ ' with a new outfit. Ilia residence is 54 \V. Bth ave. Phone, Main 2200. Scholars taken in instrumental mu-1 sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 Arapahoe St. The public is invitidlo visit Fields' Dressmaking Parlors. 210 212 15th St. Moh»gan Hill is about again. Mi-s Hattie Boyer is up from ColoJ rado Springs. Mrs. Annie Hicks is reem-ring from her recent illness. J. H. Brown has returned from a trip on the western slope repairing sabs. Word received from Mr. and Mrs Julius Ragsville, now living at As pen, say* that they have not been so well but are alright again. Geo. Ingram i« now the owner of a | home at', 20th and Washington ave. Such enterprise is praiseworthy. Mrs. T, S. Rector has g >ne to Springfield, 11!.. to visit relatives and for the beuelil of her health. A. Price was showing the sights to W. H. Nolan of Kansas City Sunday. G. B. McCarroll of Boulder and Major Vince of Victor were among this week's visitors. Mrs. Paul Foster who has been ill is rapidly improving. A party and dance wilt be given at Glenwood Monday evening May Bth fir benefit of the Boosters’ Club Everything free. In Tom Logan baritone singer of the Kemp Comedy Four now here, some Denverites recognize one of our old time local newspaper men. From quill driving and secret society work to the stage is a long step, yet Mr Logan lias made it successfully. For 14 years lie has been an audience plenser all over the world. Wo are all glad to see him again. Tom Martin of the fire department, was accidentally shot by bis wile Tuesday. He is recovering at the hos pital. Colorado Champions in Prize waltz AT THE GRAND ..MAY BALL.. Wm. J. Baker vs, Prof. Chas. H. Melvin Colored White FOR A $5O WAGER This grand tali will be under the management of R. Phynix. W. R, Euper, floor mgr. Manitou Hall. The best music has for the occasion. So come out and have a good time. Admission 35 Cents. TUESDAY MAY 9 ’O5 Mm, R. K. Df Priest entertained I the Booklovers Club Thursday after noon of last week, in honor of Mrs. i Ida Jovce Jackson of Colorado | Springs, at a Toast Luncheon. Mrs. ■ DePriest, as toastmislress was at her (rest, and made many pleasing and 1 praiseworthy remarks in introducing! the following speakers: Mrs. Minnie j Bell. “Our Guest," Mrs. Travers,' - “Our Hostess;” Mrs. Claribel Black-; well, “Our President;” Mrs. Spratlin, | ' “Racs Suicide;" Mrs. McCullough. "The Booklovers;” Mrs. Hobson.. “Club Prophesy:" Mrs. Eliza'eth i! Campbell, "Dußois;" Mrs. Stokes, ■ The Strenuous Life;" Mrs. Bondu rant. “Master Musicians;" Mrs. Over ton. “Beui-fits Derived from Clubs;" Mrs. Tarbet, “W. C. T. 1.?" Mrs. Freeman, “The Absent One Man." Mrs. Riga. "Dunbar" Mrs. Ida Joyce Jackson spoke in many compli mentary remarks on the splendid work of the club and special praise was given the subjects and the credit able manner in which they were hand led. The refreshment table was ar ranged most artistically and several courses served. t Report from Chicago is that El> r Boswell of Boulder, is among those injured by the strikers c A numt>er of people spent a pleas ant evening Thursday at a house par ; ty given at the home of Mrs. Wm. „ Russ. ' i- Mrs. C argß. Franklin will enter t&ln gt four o'clock dinner today, com plimeutary to Mrs. Ida Joyce Jack son and hostess, Mrs. DePriest. Cov ers will be laid for six. The lot occupied by a one story brick store at 22nd and Arapahoe Sts. has been purchased bylßocky Moun tain Lodge to be improved and used as a masonic ball. Tuesday night at Zion Church Cice roani Demosthenes will lie eclipsed by the two rival orators of the sewing cir cle and B. Y. P. T. J. \V. Jackson and Pearl Porter. It will be a battle royal. Mav the best man win. A May Pole Drill and concert will be given at Csntral Baptist Church Thursday night May 11th, for benefit of the church debt. Everybody is in vited to come and help us Refresh ments will be served. Adults 15 cents children 10 cents. Rej resentatives of the local lodge will go to the sesion of the Knights of Pythias to be In 11 in Pueblo next week at which Supreme Chancellor Starks will be present to re-establish the Grand Lo Ige. A company of juveni'e actors is be ing rehearsed here to ga on the vau deville stage. They are Pearl Jones, Jeanie Hicks. Willie Burns, Leon Pryor, Qerrge Elkins, Dewey Hev den, J. P. Tutnlin. They are under the direction of Mrs. Josephine Wal lace and open in Kew York soon. ■ Mrs. Harry Jonet will accompany •Jthem.