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Our Collector is about Pre pare for him. Those out of town please remit by mail. Scholars taken in instrumental mu 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- 1 tills St. Nice sunny rooms and board at reasonable rales. 22 9 Dr. Win. H. Harris, shoe specialist. \ All kinds of shoes made to look well. Tan shoes dyed black; a specialty. Office, ''l9} 17th Street; hours from 7:30 a. m. to 6 p. in.; phone, Main (pM; residence 2936 Walnut Street; phone. Red 47. Mrs. DeUar has opened a Home Bakery at 1813 Clarkson Street and is prepared to take orders for bread, pies and fancy puddinXs, Phone. Blue, 3023. Il l Mrs. W. A. Watkins returned boms this week after .two months visit on the ooast. Miss Irma M Crosswhite left this week for Tlab and California in the search of health. Mrs. Jane Smith of 1989 Champa St., who has lieen ill for the past sir months l»ft Sunday for Los Angeles for the benefit of her health, She will make her home with her brother, V R. Cox One of the greatest musical events that ever occurred in Philadelphia according to the paper there, was the farewell testimonial tendered Mrs. A/alia Hackley last week just before she takes her trip abroad. Mrs. Frances Renfro of Seattle anil Mrs. W. B. Smith of Omaha are the guests of Mrs. T. S. Walker. The Slayton Jubilee Singers, who filled anil engagemsut here last week left Monday for Florence. N. Carper, who is now at Lawson was in the city the first of the week visiting his family. During the aliaenoe of Rev, Ford the pulpit at Zion Church will be filled by Rev. Helm. Burton, son of Mr and Mrs. B. ,1. Hudson died Monday. The funeral was held Tuesday. John Crumes has gone to Chicago to remain during the winter. THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. Miss Genevieve Halowell is in St. Louis for the benefit of her health The Columbine Music Co., award ed Mrs. Maliel Fallings the $75 cer tificate in the word contest Wednes day. They commend Mrs. Falling verv highly for her choice selections of words. Last week we received a lithograph from Helena, Montana, containing views of the famous pleasure resort of the city, the Zanzibar Club which is managed by the former Denverite, L. \ ernou Graye. It is very replet showing views of the various depart ments, the bar, the dance room, the pool room, the cosy corner, gymnasi um, the kitchen, oriental room and a general view of the whole. Graye is a bustler and an advertiser and he is meeting with deserved success. Don't fail to slop in and hear “A Teasing Brown” played. It can be procured at the following music job bers; Denver Music Co., 1538 IWR Stout St. Knight Campbell, 1625 1631 California St., Harlem .Myers. 513 *>2l 16th St., John Pass Music Co. 611 15th St., and F. Boot, ISO7 Lari , mer St. LADIKS: Just received a tine line of stylish pattern fall and winter hats at Did you ever visit the art exhibition of a colored artist? Mr. Chas Lightner s will exhibit his collection of oil paintings for the first time at the Odd Fellows’ Entertainment Nov. 9 at Manitou Hall. .v«'' \ .*#> e c*' f * Annex Band at Manitou Hall November 21. Our home town band, the Floto Shows Annex Band is one of the events of next month. A number of well known artists compose this band tbe Leader 5057 1-2 Larimer Street j Call and inspect them. The Mother Matrons and Father Guardians o( the Golden Gate Lodge No. t. of Denver, want the hearty sup port of the mothers of Denver for their children. The initiation fee is 50 cents, monthly dues 10 cents, sick | benefits $1 00 per week and ?20 (K) for burial. We do hope that every moth er will see that their children become members of this Order. The meet | ing is the second and fourth Satur and design to give their friends a chance to hear them in a concert and also will furnish music for daneing. day afternoons in the month. Mrs. L. Cooper Mrs. L. Knight Mrs. E. L. Lawson Matrons. The Eutre Nous C!ub will give a grand ball at Blast Turner Hall, on ' Thursday evening, Nov. 23rd. Sil. Stewart, Pres , W. R. Euper, Mgr. The sewing circle of the People’s Church met at 2815 Arapahoe Street and elected as officers: Mrs. Fannie Henderson, President; Mrs. Melissa 'I Cole. Secretary: Mrs. Nannie Brown, Treasurer. Mrs. Lulu Hall of 2448 Lawrence Street will entertain the circle next Thursday afternoon at 2 i o'clock.