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Our Collector is about Pre- i pare for him. Those out cf town please remit by mail. Scholars taken in instrumental mu 1 sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 Arapahoe St. James Hullinger A; 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 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 Dr. Wm. H Harris, shoe specialist. All kinds of shoes made to look well. Tan shoes dyed black; a specialty. Office, Sl9i 17th Street; hours from 7:30 a. m. to C p. tn.; phone. Main (|08t; residence 2936 Walnut Street;; phone. Rod I 7. Mrs. DeMar has opened a Home I Bakery at 1313 Clarkson Street and ! is prepared to take order; for bread pies and fancy puddings. Thone, i Mrs. Radial Douglass of Kansas j City, who has been visiting bar sister, | Mra. Ooodall of Boulder, passed through the city Thursday euroule home. Mrs Uoodall came down with her and spent a coupla of days hero. Miss Ida Anderson has Ireen very sick with a tohch of typhoid fever. Mrs. Mamie McDonald is out again j after a alight illness. Sam Mese has returned from Oma ha, and the northwest. Mrs. Henry of Spear fish, 8. D is in St. Luke’s. Samuel Bailer of Omaha is again In the city. Mr. White, wife and daughter of Chicago are in the city to remain. Mrs. Kmma L. Carter, sister of Dr. Ford, left for her home in Galesburg, 111., Fr.dayi 8. H. Dorsey of Omaha was in the city Friday. Robert Beattie has been succeded at the Capitol by Randolph Butler. Revs Ford and Dougla«s will at tend the National Baptist Conven tioo at Chicago neil month. J. E. Conway after a month’s vaca tion part of which was spent in S dida is again at work. E. C. Dickerson passed through the city curoute to Nashville, to enter Meharry University. Mrs Beiij, Burton, who has liven THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO. ( he guest of Mrs. Charles Burton, re urned to her home in Topeka Tues day. J. G. Cola left Thursday for Ogden wher- he is in charge of the A. M. E church. Mrs. George C. 'l u-ker of Omaha, i who has been risiting Mrs. Kobert I Nealy, retunrned home last Saturday Mrs. Allie Washington who has been the guest of Mrs. Wm. R. Euper far a week, left for Texas Tuesday, and then will return home to Cali fornia Mrs. Lillie Lewis entertained at dinner last Friday. She had as guests Charles Burton and wife. Mes dames Melrina Jones, Mabala Phil lips and Mrs. Sarah Burton of Tope ka. The kind of example more could set is that of John James. His two daughters leave this week for school at Topeka. He is doing his best to thoroughly equip them for life's work. W. E. Benjamin of Cheyenne, pass ed through the city Monday reroute from the Springs, where he has been visiting his mother. He is a line ex ample of the race’s young men and is a nployed by the ciuuty in a clerkical po ilion. Rev Brown is the minister now in charge at Ward Mission, having come here from Cripple Cm k He is living in the parsonage. A new impetus will be given the work there in the h p- of making it a Christian fortress for fie Wist Side. V " V* V A- ‘ftjSfm/itynyffoops j fo. Basement Housefurnishing Crockery and Glassware Departments. JapaneseChiua— A Special Purchase Small Vases—ln several shapes, colors and decoration: choice each 100 Cream Pitchers, Throe Styles,— Brown and green decorated, each jo Blue decorated, each * 5c Blue deco-atcd. squat shape, each Ute Porridge Bowls—Blue decorated, each 10c In addition to the above we have arranger! 2 large tables of Blue Decorated Japanese China, consisting of Cups and Saucers. Plates, Tea pots, Custard Cups, Cornucopias, etc, etc, all at Special Prices. Our tables of close out patterns of Diunerware contains bargains such as are seldom offerred. All to bcclosed out at half price and less. Dinner Sets—Homer Laughlin. 2 patt rns--carnation and chrysanthe mum decorations, regular price $l9 50. sale price $12.5(1 Hasilaud Chiua 100 pieces, piuk decoration: regular price $2*.50, sale price $2O 00 Ve y Interesting Specials in Endless Variety—Thousands of choice pieces of China, ranging in price from 10c to $15.00 These are all choice pieces purchased at special prices aud all marketed at nhat th. y would cost to import This is a splendid opportunity to purchase choice gift pieces. Some new effects in Plates. Plaques, Jardiniere and Welsh Rarebit Sets from the celebrated German pottery, Villeroy & Boch. Included in abore are some choice pieces for wall decorative purposes and fi r the plate rail.