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SPRINGS Miss Ella Carso a is entertaining! h>r mother from Emporia, Kaus. Mrs,Sarah Pennington is home for an indefinite stay. Mrs. Laura Warner leaves soon for Denver to m ike it her home. J. C. Branche ef Kansas City, Kan., was in the city this week. Mrs. Gladden left for a visit to her home in Causas this week. Dr. Grant has his mother with him for an indefinite stay from Naabville. Fred Roberts »|>eot a dew days in Denver before resuming his college duties. Mrs. Fanny Franklin is entertain ing htr cousin, Mrs. Jones of Mis souri. Miss Montgomery of Kansas City is the guest of Mrs. Ida Joyce Jack son indefinitely. F. E. Emery has rented the cottage to a very w vilthy man and wife from New Ydrk. *Mr. Sum tors has purchased a mod ern five room cottage for the cousii eration of SIO3O on ('aim’s PI see. Charles Jackson of Denver has re turned to his studies a* the Colorado College, this being bis junior year. Mrs. H. D. Earl is now organist at People's M. E Church. She is en twining a house partr from Wichita, Knns, Miss Mabel Hall, after spending the vacation with her parents, has re turned to assume her school dutiss at the Topeka Industrial school. Miss Ruth Parks, who has b an spending the summer here for her hsalth at the hone of Mrs. Gee loft for her home in New York hist week much benefitted. George Ross, tha local editor of the Enterprise loaves next week to make l)e irer his home. Mr. Ross is a professional young man and we be B[>eak success for him wherever he goes. C. W. Fleming succeeds him on the Enterprise. Miss Gross of Victoria, Texas, is a student at Colorado College being the only colored girl attending this great institution of learning. Miss Gross is with Mrs. Proctor. Rector Brown of Columbns, Ohio, preached an able sermon at the ves try Sunday afternoon. At 8 o’clock he hehl the largo audience at Payne Chapd with his wonderful scriptur -1 deliverance. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Clarence, son of H. C. Coleman has entered the Baptist College at Macon,! Mo. He accompanied M. Seymour who will become principal of the bus iness course department. He is a re ceut graduate from the Topeka Indus trial school. F. E. Emery, who had charge sf the Navajo Hotel at Manitou the past season gave a sumptuous dinner as an adisu to Manitou at the home of Mrs. Hubbard. Ihe guests were Mes dames Emery, Rosa Moore, Miss St. Martin. The Pastor’s Aid of Payne Chapel will tender a public reception Mon- Iday evening to Rev. Ti Iman and wife as a tok-n of appreciation of I their return for another year. A short i program will be tendered and plenty !of refreshments served free. The public is invited. Septemlrer has come. Clubs are at work and the stale column should be started. The editor of this city wish es all clubs to arrange for a meeting when subscription may be taken for I every dab must come in to make it a I success. This should be attended to lat once. Address all communications | to Mrs. Emerv, SO2 N. Walnut. Bribery in Germany. Bribing employes who act as buyers for mercantile houses or who as sales men attend to customers in retail shops, especially In the great depart ment stores, has grown In Germany for some years and has caused many complaints in business circles. It has become so serious that the chambers of commerce and other mercantile bodies have considered It necessary to discuss measures for relief. Perplexes Custom Officers. San Francisco has an Interesting revenue case In the courts. The Issue Issue Is whether sake. Japan s favor ite tipple, which ha£ been popularised to a certain extent on this side of the ocean since the war began, shall be classed as wine or beer, which means \ difference of thirty cents a gallon in customs dhty. Forest Reserve in Colorado. Colorado Is to have another forest reserve which will comprise 1,014,926 acres of land In the Lcadviile district, and will bring the total number of acres devoted to forest preservation In that state to more than 8,000.000. Football Players Poor Students. Stanford University Is in trouble because, among thirty-eight students whose registration In the university was canceled because of deficiencies In scholarship are the best football nlavara. All Hair Work made to order. Hair .V-: Tonies. Scalp Treatments, Manlcur- i Ing: Stage Wigs for rent for theat rical use or mask haMs. Cheapest switches, r.O cents. Goods delivered ■.„ “From every point of view can well be termed a masterpiece”—The Ohio Enterprise, Cincinnati -This is a book to be read; it is a book when once read ran never be for gotten”— The Standard, Chicago, NEW SUBSCRIPTION .FOURTH) EDITION OF “THE SOULS OF BLACK FOLK” By PROF. WILLIAM E. BDRGHARDT DuBOIS Since the publication of this remarkable book about a year ago. Dr. Dubois has been haled by press and public as the most eloquent advocate of the spiritual rights of his people that has yet coma forward. His regular occupation is that of professor of economics and history at Atlanta University. His education was acquired at Harvard Uni* versity. Fisk University and the University of Berlin Nature has endowed him with a pen literally dipped in fire and a more impassioned plea for the cause of the race has never been written. “It is one of the best books ever written in defence of the Negro's position on the policy of submission and sur render. which is now a popular fad among worshippers o Mammon in black 3 kins."—Progressive American, New j York. At All Booksellers,- $1.20 net. A, C. McClurg & Co., Publishers. PIANOS SIOO. And Upwards. Anyone may have a Piano delivered at once to -89.00 per week payments, - »♦+ COLUMBINE MUSIC CO, Ground Floor Charles Building. THE NEW DANCING ACADEMY open every Thursday night from 7:30 to I 0:30 for instruction. From 10:30 to 12:30 for social dances. Admission 25 cents. R. Phynix. Manager. MANITOU HALL, 1545 CHAMPA ST. For rent Mandays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fri days for $l5. Call Thursday evening.