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Our Collector is about Pre pare lor him. Those out d 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 feet satisfaction by Mrs. I. U. Me Quire, 2516 Curtis Street. Phone black 239. Mrs. M. Turner of 2833 Grant ave nue, does millinery at boms. Also beautifying ef tbs hair and complex ion. Lessons given. Drop her a card. James Hullingtr >V Co., are setting a pace by giving away free of charge baliy rings upon application at their pretty store, 23rd and Larimer Sts. Drop in mothers, they are yours for the asking. J. Berni Barbour passed through the city this week. When you come to Colorado Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at the “The Queue Anne” 320 E. Cos tilla St. Nice sunny rooms and board at reasonable rales. 22 9 Sunday Ward’s A. M. E Mission will hold its last service. Ministers anil their congregations are invited to attend. Revs. C. A. Edwards and J. E. Williams will assist. Sylvanus Townsend and wife and niece, Ruth Moire of Leavenworth, are the guests of Mrs, Townsend's sis ter, Mrs. C. A Allen. She is also eu tertainiog Mrs. S. Warfield of Law rence. Mrs. Rolling and daughter of To peks, are the guest of her sister, Mrs F. A. Hodges She is being enter tained this morning by Mrs. I F. Wilson and Ibis afternoon by Mrs. Lavender. Marshall "Sawyer of Hilladales, Kans., and Henry McCracken of Ful ton. Mo., are the guests of Mr and Mrs. J. P. Shelburn. The latter is her and her former his father. Miss Francis Moore and Mr. Cabel Alien were quietly married Tuesday to the presence of a few friends and relatives. Rev. Payne performed the ceremony. M s. Harriet Oliver and Miss Bart ley Oliver of Topeka, are visiting their daughter and sister,]Miss Amau da Oliver. • Mrs. Jleuni- Gill are entertaining Henry Graves, Master Harry Graves. Misses Leona, Mattie and Mvrlla Graves and Mrs, Buckner, They are relatives from Prntl, Kans. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Miss Grace Montgomery who has been ofT on a lacation, is again with iheO. K Cleaning Works. The dress making depirtmsnt has been resumed with (our helpers. Mrs. M. Allen, aunt of Mesdames Mayo and Cox is in the city. L. A. Kelley and wife of Muskogee (. T., are in the city visiting their son. WANTED—An unfurnished room. Apply Eugene B. Rogers at this of fice. Chari.s McQruder and wife are housekeeping at 419 291 h St. Mrs. Abbie Adams of Wichita, Kans., is visiting Mrs. Carrie. Charles Maloney and wife of Pu eblo are visiting Charles White and family. Miss Bertha Taylor of Lawrence, Kans , is the guest of her sister, Miss Beatrice Taylor. Mrs Sawyers, Misses M. Bendings and Annie Simpson of Topeka are guests of Mrs. J. E. W’illiams. Rev. Smith of Fort Smith, Ark ,is visiting his broth-r C. G Smith of 1943 Arapahoe Street. Sirs W \. W’atkias left Tuesday for Los Angeles and San Francisco for a three month’s visit. She wi 1 also take in the Portland far. Mrs. Simuel Smith met with the misfortune of breaking her leg as the result of a tramway accident Friday. J. W, Shipton and grand son. Eu gene Russ, are in the city again mak ing their home with Wm. Russ. \ 9 *°V* ?- \s \ V^ The following resolutions were unan imously adopted by the fourth quarter ly conference of Shorter's Chape A. M. evning, September 15, 1905. Whereas, we beieve it to be for the best interest of our church and for the “General Connection/’ and Whereas, we are well pleased with the work of the Rev. W. W. S. Dyett ly conference of Shorter's Chapel A, M. E., evening, September 15. 1905. Whereas, we think it due him. and will be of benefit to our church and to the community, to be continued as, pastor of said church Be it resolved that we, the members of the Fourth Quarterly Conference of Shorter’s Chapel A. M. E. Church in session assembled do hereby pe tition the Bishop to return him to us for another year. Be it further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to the Bishop at once and published in each of our weekly papers. Signed: Miss Gertrude A. Nichols. Pies, of Allen’s C. E. League. Mrs. Mary E. Byrd. Sec’y Stewardess Board. John C. Porter. Sec’y Official Board. Mrs. Jane Vernell gave an evening party Tuesday in honor of the Misses Barnes and Miss Tersita Roberts who is visiting Miss Martha Hubbard from Qplorado Springs. Social games and COTTRELL’S PHARMACY 830 EIGHTEENTH ST. PHONE 3230 MAIN. Full Line of Drugs, Toilet Articles Rubber Goods and Sundries. ICE CREAM AND SODA WATER. music were indulged in until a late hour. Under the direction of Mrs. Eliza Tompkins-Dishman a very successful entertainment was given at Shorter Church Wednesday night. The pro gram was entirely enjoyable with one performer of national reputation in the person of Prof. J. T. Layton of Wash ington D. C. He is a bass singer par excellence with the happy gift of en tertaining as well. His rendition of "Golgotha" and “Hylriss, the Cretan” were especially fine and he was ap plauded until he would sing no more. High class local talent completed this very acceptable program to the satis faction of the large audience present. Mrs. Breekenridge of Hamilton, 111., i sthe gueset of her daughter, Mrs. J. H. White for a few weeks. She brought with her little Hortense White. Miss Carrie Barnes left Thursday for Tuskegee where she will teach this year. Complimentary to her Mrs. Silas Johnson gave a dinner Thursday. The other guests of honor were Misses Bertha Monday, Georgia Rider and Pearl Barnes. Mr. and Mrs, G. H. Kinney were up from Maniton. Mrs. Florence Cummings went to Kansas City Friday .