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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 aic by Mm. Robert Holme*, at 2222 Arapahoe St. Jamea Huliinger \ Co., are setting a pace by giving away free of charge baby rings upon application at their pretty store. 23ni anti Larimer Sts, Drop in mothers, they are yours for tha asking. When you come to Colorado borings give Mrs. Franklin a call at the "The Quenn Anne" .'l2O E. Cos- ' lilia 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, Mill 17th Street: hours from 7;3<l a. jn. to 6 p. in.; phone. Main *054; residence 29.16 Walnut Street phone. Red IT. Mr*. UeMar has opened a Home Bakery at IHI3 Clarkson Street and is prepared to lake orders for bread piea and fancy puddiub*. Phone. Blue, JUKI. 111 The large and small halls of the Elks were crowded Wednesday night la response to their invitation to the public to join (hem in a social session. Whist ami dancing with plenty of re freshments made a social par excel l«nce. More than any of these was the efforts which the Elks made to | contribute to each person's pleasure. None was neglected. They lived Jup to their intention to give everyone ns good a time as he bad capacity for. Will McK-nz e is dovn froinJCrip pie Creek. A real high class entertainment was given at /.lon Church by the 8.Y.! IM' Thursday night. ClarenceClarl was manager, ami he assembled such talent as received praise from every one. Kiery numlier was encored Some of the (lerformers were the best In their lice In the city. It is not amiss to say something atthii time concerning the great efforts which the various auxiliaries of the church are making to remove the burden of debt and prepare for the new church edifice. The rally is Ix-ing well sus tained and a year at most should see them clear of incumbrance. Vale. Ztoni Thomas, the little son of Mrs. E. B. McLemore. died Monday of dropsy and was buried Wednesday Lorn the h«u«e on Sherman Ave. Revs. Ford and Dougla officiating. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. rii« Kioto Sbo«s have closed for the season, and the hand has returned to the city. It includes Milton Fore, " ill Randall, Dan Walker. Bert Dun can, Chas. Haygood. Prentiss Ciiiffiu. Rolrert Holley and Ben Woods. Mrs. Alice Blackwell mother of W. C, J. and E. D. B'ackrvel), dropped dead Tuesday morning not having been [sick at all. Her remains were shipped to Chicago Thursday where the funeral will Ire preached by Rev Ford. The first named son,accompa nied them. Al Johns of the May Irwin Com pany is in the city this week. He is the composer of the music for the | company, and enjoys besides the en viable reputation of Ireing one if not the best colored musician in the country. Among his compositions which are well known is “Go Way I Back and Pit Down ” Mrs. John Conlee has returned to ; the city after an extended stay in Cal ifornia. Tommy Lewis has returned from j Cripple Creek. John E. Conway entertained the j Gentlemen’s Whist Club Monday at I the home of Lert is George. Come to Campbell A. M. E Church 28ni and Lawrence Sts.. Sundae Oct. ; .'2nd and assist us in raising Jl.'fJ, to j meet a pressing claim. Rev. J. H. Brown, pastor of Ward's Mission, will preach at .'I p m. J. H. Pavxc, Pastor. \J0® Q^ V \ ; ''* vV VC 'V- GRAND BALL On the New Floor at Manitou Hall Given by the New Dancing Academy R. Phynix, Manager Harris Orchestra of 7 Pieces will play. THURS. OCT. 26, ’O5 ADMISSION 35 CENTS.