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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 hr 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, 251 G Curtis Street. Phone black 239. 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 James Hullinger A Co., are setting a pace by giving away free of charge laiby 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 Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at the "The Quenn Anne” 320 E. Cos tilla St. Nice sunny rooms and board at reasonable rates. 22-9 WANTED -An unfurnished room. Apply Eugene B. Rogers at this of fice. FOR RENT Furnished roam for two men. Slnckly modern. 22 E. 28lh ave. 10 15 06 | You must be on lime if you want to'hear the Ragtime Piano Content given by Holley's famous fift-en piece orchestra at East Turner Hall, Thursday, Sept. 2*. 1906. The People's Church was organ iiwd Monday night with 31 members at 2161 Larimer street. Trustees John Kirtley, E Iward Waddie, Charles Hunter. Stewards .I. f. Butler, Elinor An derao i, Alfred Crockett. Stewardesses Caroline Hunter; I . Sim*, Julia Cole, M. Stanley. Fannie Henderson, Fannie Carter, M. Stan ley, Minerva Brown. Sarah Payne, Pres., Emma Wilson, Sec, Class leader No. I—T. M. Stanly. Class leader No. 2 —M. Dawson. Pastor—D. D. Co'e. Services— Preaching at II a. m , 8 p. m , Sunday School at 2 o’clock. Sunday, the I Ith, is rally day, come and help us. Preaching all day. The Inter Graduate Association will give its first annual reception to all students attending high schools, colleges and pro'esstional schools, Friday evening, Sept. 29, at Central Baptist Church, 21th and California THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO. streets. will be a literary and musical program and refreshments, All members of the Association are urged to aUeud early on account of important business Admission free. J P. E. Spratlin, Pres, Mrs. R. E. Overton, Sec I A GREAT DAY AT LONGMONT The Sixth Anmul Pumpkin Pie Day at Longmont, Thursday, Sept, 28th. Special train on Colorado & Southern leaves Denver at 8:15 and 10:10a.m, The rale will l>e 51.25. Por the races in connection there will be a one fare rate on 28th and 29th with limit of 30th. AN OPEN LETTER. Denver, Colo., Sept. 19 '05 To Whom It May Concern:— This is to certify that at a special meeting ef a committee appointed by the Colorado Annual Conference. Sept. 16, *05, to take final action on the charges against Rev T). D. Cole, it received a resignation from Bro. Cole but could not accept it in view of the fact that be was under serious charges. After hearing the evidence submitted we find him guilty of pros* immorality and insubordination and hereby eipel him from all official re lalionship with the A. M. K. Church. Signed: J. fT. Hubbard J. P. Watson H. F. Bray A. Wagner B. McCu'ly S W. Rvrd *gg&? ' yy** , A v e o' %*=> ' /' * \ **£ \ w ♦ 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 Rubber Goods and Sundries. ICE CREAM AND SODA WATER.