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Our Collector is about Pre pare for him. Those out cf town please remit by mail. Scholars taken in instrumental mu sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 Arapahoe St. Dressmaking, cutting, fitting, de signing and purchasing done to per fect satisfaction by Mrs. I. M. Me Guire, 2516 Curtis Street. Phone black 239. Are you going to the Knights cf Pythias Picnic T lam. Wait for the Grand Fourth of July Ball to be given at Manitou Hall by ' the new Dancing School, Music by the Harris Orchestra. Knights of Pythias Grand Outing at Rocky Mountain Lake, July 3, 1905, afternoon and evening. Good music, come and enjoy yourselves. Plenty of refreshments will be pro vided. Admission 25c; children un der 12 years of age, 16c. Firstclass colored help wanted— male and female. Reliable Employ ment Bureau, 1229 17th St. Tele -2671. FOR SALE Two miles from Post Oflice, one lot, cellar, stable, chicken house, some fence, lumber enough to partly build a bouse. Enquire at 521 King St. FOR RENT Nicely furnisher! front room with modern conveniences, for min and wife. Price reasonable. Mrs. G. C. Sample, 2-107 Lawrence Street. FOR RENT—A live room house at 2311 Marion street, for 115 per month Enquire cf O. A. McCullough. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with electric lights, on High Street, Manitou, Coin. Mrs. Frank Tuner left Monday to spend the summer in Leavenworth. George MoK ins and -wife an I Mrs. M. Turner of Kansas City, are among the recent arrivals. P. H. Gipson of Pueblo was in the city Saturday and took the Mint ex animation. Miss Richards of Biulder, who has been in Lincoln Institute, passed through the city Sunday enroute hom«. O A, McCullough has purchase.! a second piece of resident property at 2631 Humboldt St. Miss Carrie Carper left Thursday to visit Mrs. Beattie in Silverton for two months. Mrs. J. Turner leaves today for a visit to California and the fair. She will be gone till September, THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Wait for the grand mid-summer entertainment given by the Odd Fel lows at Mauitiju Hali, July 6. David Hill of Cripple Creek is a visitor this week. Joseph Montier visited Manitou this week. Frank Stewart of Chicago was in the city Tuesday. H. H. Knox of Salida, is in the city on a week’s visit. Mrs. J. M. Martin returned Sunday from California. George Elgin, who has been dan ge.ously ill, is better. G. A. Stills is spending a two week’s vacation in Kansas. Mrs. Fallings gsos to Silverton this week to visit her mother. Misses Carrie and Pearl Barnes re turned from school Sunday. Mohegan Hill was baptized in Zion Church Sunday morning. Mrs. Nettie Patton of Leadviile, is in the city on a two week's visit. She is stopping at 1919 Welton. F. T. Bruce, Grand Master of the Masons of this jurisdiction, paid an official visit to Pueblo Saturday. Miss Grace Lewis sister of Mrs. C. F. West, came Thursday from lowa to visit her. A number of the young men were hosts for a dancing party at Rocky Mountain Lake last evening. Alisa Ida Stewart of Phil ulelpbia, is ths guest of Mrs. W. B. Fisher for the summer. Miss Matlock arrived in the city Wednesday from Kansas City and is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Stokes. Mrs. Roy Walker is again in the city after au extended visit in Hot Springs, Chicago, St. Louis and in Kentucky. Mrs. F. E. Richardson, who has been in the city some mouths, has gone ou a visit to her homo in Colum bia, Mo. F. K Austin of Wilberforce L’niver | sity, is in the city, the guest of his undo, John Level 1 He will spend ! the sum uer. Mrs. Bohauuao and daughter Ma bel, are in the city from Prairie View College, Texas, to spend the summer. A house social for the benefit of the M. E. Mission was held Thursday ev ening at the home of Mrs. F. McPher s m ou Marion street. On the occasion of the first anni versary of their marriage, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Scott were tendered a surprise at the r home last night. Misses Georgia Kountz, and Eva Nichols, from Jefferson City, and Tennie Montgomery from Wilber Building Boom Boost for the Masons Rocky Mountain Lodge, No. J, A. F. and A. M. Ist Outing fi Season AT ROCKY MOUNTAIN LAKE. THUR. JUNE 29 ’O5 THE HARRIS OCCHESTRA will be in attendance which will assure a good time. The Arrangements Committee: * Will do the rest. T. S. RECTOR R. H. MARTIN S. A. LAXXTON G S. CONTEE C. A. FRANKLIN WM. SPRAGUE J. K. CONTEE. Chairman Last year we appealed to the generous public who responded nobly. With the proceeds of that outing we have bought the ground at the corner of 22nd and Arapa hoe Sts. We again ask the public to attend our outing, thereby pledging ourselves to apply all the money that is made from this outing on the fraternity building. It will only be a short while until we can’t rent a hall in Denver for either lodge purposes or entertainments. We have the ground, now help us build. It will only cost each person street carfare 10 cents, and ADMISSION 25 CTS. force are the returning students this week. Mrs. M. Turner of 2833 Grant ave nue, does millinery at home. Also beautifying of the hair and complex ion. Lessons given. Drop her a card. NOTICE. To the Members of the Campbell A M. E. Church: Mrs Jordan Alle*. wife of the Pre \ siding Elder of Colorado, did not j bring the s Dry in regard to the Rev. | D. D. Cole’s marriage to the Denver Post. The story was obtained from our Golden Correspondent, who tele phoned in the fact that the Rev. Cole and Melissa Lynch secured a mar riage license in Golden on April 20. and were married by County Judge McCall of Jefferson County. The Golden Correspondent of the Post further stated that Elder Jordan Al len, living at 421 West Fourteenth avenue, Denver, was in Golden and was looking up the records. Wheo an interview was sought with Elder Allen. Mrs. Allen stated that be was down town, she did not know i where. She said nothing in any way derogatory to the Elder or any of the church members. When the story was secured, in part from the Rev. Cole and from some members of his church, and as it was being written, the Golden Cor . respondent telephoned in the fact that I Elder Allen was in Golden that morning and was securing affidavits r of the county clerk and of those who , knew of the marriage. He further . stated that the Elder was making all > kinds of threats against the Rev Cole . and that he said he was going to drive him out of the stale. 3 This statement has been written to * exonerate Mrs. Allen from any blams I in the matter and to put the matter - straight before the people of the t church. i Joseph A. Dunn. Denver Post.