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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- c 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 Quire, 2516 Curtis Street. Phone 1 black 239. Mrs. M. Turner of 2833 Grant are- , nue, does millinery at home. Also beautifying of the hair and complex ion. Lessons given. Drop her a card. 1 James Hullinger & Co., are setting a pace by giving away free of charge baby rings upon application at their , pretty store, 23rd and Larimer Sts. Drop in mothers, they are yours for the asking. When you come to Colorado Spring" give Mrs. Franklin a call at the “The Quenn Anne,'’ 320 E. Cos tilla St. Nice sunny rooms and bxard kt reasonable rales. 22 9 WANTED An unfurnished room. Apply Eugene B. Rogers at this of fice. FOR RENT—Furnished room for two men. Slrickly modern. 22 E. 23th are. 1015-06 Miss Maggio Willis will go away to school. Wm. Frost has returned from Man itou. Messrs. TodJ and Barbee have re turn sd home to Deidwood. Eil Lewis was down from Manilou this week. Mrs. Elizrbelh Harris is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Harknett. Z. A. Taylor of Ottumwa is in the city. A dentist is expected in the city next week «ben in conjunction with Dr. Westbrook ho will bare an office a 918 21st St. J, 3, Fields, who has been In the city for two weoks reiurns homo to day. John E. Conway has been com pelled to lake a lay off from work be cause of toosUitis. Mrs D. W, Lacy, who baa been painfully sick this week with iheu m itism is men ling. Miss Pearl Barn s left the city this week tor her second year at Howard University. Fred Moore of C dorado Springs passnd through the city euroute to Omaha. THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO. The home of Howard Nelson wss blessed with a fine ten pound boy Monday. Mosdames Mary E, Scott and M. 0. Quarrels of Chicago are the guests of Mrs. Henry Finn Mrs. M. E. Riley received tbs news of the death of her brothsr at Kear neysville, W. Va J. C. Branche of Kansas City, Kans., will be in the city next week ihs guest of C. A Franklin. Carlos Powell and wife of Pueblo, were lue guests of Mesdames N. Gar retl and Clinkscale, The W. C. T. C meets Wednesday with Mrs. Tarbet. Business of im portance. Mr. Oliver and wife of Springfield, Mo, are the guests of Rev. Cole and wife who live at 1210 22ad St. Miss Ella Calameise of Leadville, was in the city Thursday on business Miss Mabel Taylor, who has been the guests of the Misses Howard, wont home Tuesday, Mrs. Lee Jones who was present in I the sickness and death of her sister i Mrs. Ligbtner has returned home to I leadville. Garrett Banks was in the city this week from Arkansas City and is show -1 ing wonderful improvement from his accident. Mesdames T. S. Clinkscale and Ef fie Williams entertained at cards and j d rncing Tuesday evening in honor of Misses Mamie and Beltie Boyer. \ C®°o? V V"" \v& / The first and greatest Mask Ball of the season will be given by the New Dancing Academy at Manitou Hall Thurs day, Oct. 5. Harris Full Orchestra. Admission 35c. COTTRELL’S PHARMACY 830 EIGHTEENTH ST. PHONE 3230 MAIN. Full Line of Drugs, Toilet Articles Flubber Goods and Sundries. ICE CREAM AND SODA WATER.