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IN BRIEF FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod ern with bath; with or without board. Mrs. Fugitt,lßs9 Champs St. WANTED —One or two unfurnished rooms, convenient to car. Address this office. Mrs. Corpeau underwent a slight operation Tuesday. Edwark Banks has been appointed to a position in the court house, vice A. J. Riley resigned. Miss Lena Hayden of Springfield, Mo., is in the city for the summer the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. V. Harris. Mrs. J. H. Martin continues very ill at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. A Watkins, 2350 Curtis St. Miss Ida M. Anderson and mother are spending the summer in Glen wood and Grand Junction. Miss Lida Wilson, who has been in the city for some months, returned home Friday to Salida. A. G. Fulling has received his ap pointment as substitute clerk in the post office. Charles Hoskins, who has been the guest of A G Falling, returned east last Saturday. Mrs. A. H No.'ris leaves the city today for a visit in Kansas and Mis souri for the next two months. Sam Porter and Ed Batiste, who have bioaiu Minitou pissed through the city this week enroute to Omaha. After eight years’ absence, Miss Fannie Jones of Memphis, is once more with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jones. I. 11. Harper is again in the city from Leadville. this time to take a permanent place at the state house as janitor. Walter Chapman and wife and Mrs. Carrie Washington have gone to Du mont where be is spending his vaca tion. Mrs. A. A Elly and grandson left the city Tuesday for Oakland where she will make her homo with her daughter, Mrs. Bessie Keelan. Miss Elith Millen loft Thursday for a'visit to Colorado Springs, Pueb lo and Cripple Creek where her moth er lives, She will bo gone two weeks. The Misses Amy and Annie Russell an I Florence Birbour were pleasant callers at the residence of Mrs. A. P. Williams Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs A. P. Williams of 2139 Humboldt street, enter ained friends from Colorado Springs last Sunday. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Miss Ethel Talbert oi Leadvillewas the guest of Mrs. Eva Thompkinstf Lincoln avenue, for a week. She re turned home Saturday. While here she was the guest of honor at several parties given by her hostess, Lucretia Burns, Maud Cary and Josephine Al len. As a result of the trouble which oc curred between him and a fireman, Randolph Butler is no longer in the employ of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. All the evidence went to show that Butler was discharging his duty, and obeying the orders of the conductor and that he was not the ag gressor in the fight. The fireman was dismissed also. Butler’s dismissal is probably sop thrown at the powerful order of union trainmen and not just punishment for wrongdoing. Mrs. Sallie Keene, who left in May for a tour through California, is at present enjoying a mouth's stay at Avalon, Catalina Island, at the home of Mrs. A, H. Scott, formally Miss Neil of this city. She will not re turn until September. RETURN THANKS St. Louis, July 17, 1905, Mr Editor:—Please give space in the column of your valuabl« paper for the officers and members of the Sunday School. Epworth League and the Young People’s Lyceum of the Union Memorial M E. Church, to express their appreciation aud heartfelt thanks to the committees of arrange ment and the good people of Denver forthevery generous and hospitable way our delegation, headed by Dr W. S. Brabham, received and the very pleasant reception given ihem during their entire stay. We stretch out our hands across the continent to tender you the right band of good fellowship, and wish you all the happiness which a soul can draw from the ample resources of your delightful city and state, Respectfully, S. Morgan, Chrm. E W. Newsoms, Harriet Oloos, Sec. A CARD. We desire to thank cur many friends, also the fraternal orders for the kindness shown, and for the many floral offerings, during our recent be reavement. Mrs. Cora Joseph and family. Attention! 1 “The Statesman” We want io call your attent on to I our Job Printing Department. It Imprint on your is perfectly equipped to do ALL I I your printing, and do it right. Job Printing We can print anything from a I , calling card to a poster. Try us Is a sign of on your next order. Excellence. 1 THE STATESMAN 1026 I 9th Street, Near Aarpahoe. j : jp". . „ WHEN IN TROUBLE. r» About difficult samples of hair to match ' and you want the real thing, length, to’or. That * “oke a specialty cf importing the ! q V rarest and most wonderful shades of hair 1 l( ng and short. No color too dfßicult to J match. Every variety. Prices to suit all. MRS - R - deG - DUNCAN. ■ T'" ' ' K<• rrr **rl y •f M « - I'mf 1* r 2535 Washington Avc. J| Phone 2IOC Black. A new restaurant has opened up at 1986 Lawrence street with Mrs. An na Wilson as proprietor. It is called the Ozark restaurant and lunch coun ter. The great American mystery ] 142, was a manufactory many years before) the civil war, was born and educated ! in the North and now I i»egin my )>ook II and with the many millions of Americans whom he practiced among and preached the gospel. To be continued. Of Course You Want THE SHORT LINE When going to Colorado Springe, Pueblo, Cripple Cn ek or to Texas, then lake the Colorado & Southern. Its not only the Short Line but oilers superior service to these (joints. All rains fast and punctual WARNING. When you go Into the drug atore to buy a bottle of Ozonized Ox Marrow, bo sure that you get the '■Ozonized." See that "Ozonized Ox Marrow Co., Chicago, U. S. A." It printed on the package. Remember that the "Ozon and la made only In Chicago. We have no branch ofllcee. Refuae all substitutes. The "Ozonized Oz Mar row” never (alls to straighten kinky hair. See their advertisement In this Ized Ox Marrow Co., 76 Wabash Ave., paper for further particulars. Ozon- Chicago, Ills. Lane C. M. E, Church holds services every Sunday afternoon at 610 27th street, corner of Wellon, up stairs Theological recital at 2:30 P. M. Evangelical song and prayer service at 3 P. U. Preaching at 3:20 P. M. The I-ord’s Supper every first Sunday afternoon. The public and all ex-mem bers are Invited. Rev. William U Patton, Pastor. G. W, Andrews Painting’ Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. Phone 3093 white 2024 Washington Ave.