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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 by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at '2222 Arapahoe St. James Hullinger .V Co., are setting a pace by giving away free of charge baby rings upon application at their pretty store, 23rd sud 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 . Uiard at reasonable rates. 22-3 Dr. Win. H. Harris, shoe specialist. All kinds of shoes made to lock well. Tan shoes dyed black; a specialty Office, 819 J 17lh Street; hours from 7:30 a. m. to 6 p. m.: phone, Main : *064: residence 2936 Walnut Street; phone. Red 47. Mrs. Di-Mar has opened a Home Bakery at 1813 Clarkson Street and i is prepared to take orders for bread pies and fancy puddings. Rhone, Blue, 3023. 111, J. M Danner of Chicago is hi ti e c ty. Richard Oliver of Alamosa will Ire in the city for a few days on business* Mrs, Bessie Wilson, formerlly t1 2303 Arapahoe Street, is enjoying a visit with Mrs. Harwell of Delavan, Win. Attorney J. A. Childs of 1-exing ton, Ky„ came Monday and staid till Wednesday. He is also a real estate d.-a ler. Walter Motley fall off the street car and dislocated bis shoulder and leg Mrs X. J. Reynolds cams to the cilt last Friday. She went to Colo r.i io Springs Tuesday, Will Phillips, who has been iiml. mg Limon his headquarters for the summer is again in the city, Mrs. Ross was called to Leaven worth, Kaus.. by the sickness and death of her mother, Mrs. R. D, Porter has returned from Columbia, Mo., where she has lieeu on a visit. H. G. Banks, who is an engineer in the employ of lh» Leyner Company, has been to the Gunnison tunns which is the greatest of the irrigation no ks of Ih i government, returned last week and reports it a magnili ciat piece of work. His compary is j operating all fie drills on the job and I THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO. lie was called to look after tbeiu foi I ! ha is expert in that line. Rev Williams of the M. E Mission I ; was seriously injured last week in a wheel accident Be is improving un der Ihe care of Dr. Westbrook. Miss Lucy Buchanan left the city Thursday for Little Rock where she has a position teaching in the Little Rock College doing preparatory work. Isaiah Mitchell left the city Wed nesday for Washington where he wilt attend the marriage of his daughter] ; which occurs there on the 21st. There is a dispensation open for the True Reformers whereby until November 80. all |>ersons wishing to ; join may do so for SI. Communicate with FT. B. Brown, imssenger at ■ Dreyfus store, Kith and Larimer St., : or w ith any of the members. Mrs. Frank Turner returned Ibis ] Week from L avenworlh, Kans. wheie she spent Ihe sun me r. Mrs Pryor returned this week from I a trip toOklahotra where she was via I iting relatives. Mis« Liila Wilson has l>een catted ; home to .Halida by the illness of her ! sislsr. She leaves tomorrow. Mrs. Brown, wife of one of the Bur lington men is in theritv from Ch - cagoaud wi I stay only a few days. Mrs Fannie King and Mias Ella Calamese of,Lea Hlle ate in th > city witnesses in a case in Ihe county •hurt. 1 hey go home this week. S s \<b **& *\ ' ♦ GRAND BALL On the New Floor at Manitou Hall Given by the New Dancing Academy R. Phynix, Manager Harris Orchestra of T Pieces will play. THURS. OCT. 26, 'O5 ADMISSION 35 CENTS.