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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. Our Collector is about Pre- i 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 and Sts. Drop in mothers, they are yours for the asking. When you come to Colorado I Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at the "The Quenn Anne" 320 E. Cos tilla St. Nice sunny rooms and board at reasonable rales. 22 9 Mrs. DeMar has opened a Home Hakery at IHI3 Clarkson Street and is [i re pans! to take orders for bread pies and fancy puddings. I’hone Blue, 80S 111 A. C. Cash of St. Louis, is in the city to make an extended slay. He is the "lute deputy for Colorado of the Order of True Reformers. His first work is to rerive the interest which has been hare in this city, and to this end requests the presence of all the member* of Colorado Enterprise Fouo tain to meet him in a special meeting next Tups lay night at the Bird Eye Cafe, 1011 11Mb street. H. B. Brown messenger joins him in the cull. After this work is well in progress he hopes to so extend the Order as to make di vision headquarters in this city. The Quaker Tea and Bird Contest under the management of the I Will Clu’>*t 2tou Thursday evening was a unique affair. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Don't fail to stop in and hear “A | Teasing Brown” played. It can be j procured at the following music job l)ers: Denver Music Co,, 1535-15-K1 Stout St. Knight Campbell, 162 b 1631 California St., Harlem Myers, i :)13 021 10th St., John Bass Music Co. 6U 15th St., and F. Boot. 1807 Lari ! mer St. LADIES' Just received a fine line of j stylish pattern fall and winter hats at * the Leader 5057 1-2 Larimer Street, i Call and inspect them. _ A. J. Lee of Louisville, Ky , is in 1 the cil v for a week's star. I T. R. Herron has returned to the j city. ■ | Miss Nettie Work aud sister left 1 1 Saturday for Los Augeles. Born to Mr and Mrs. Geoage Jones Wednesday, a baby boy. King Hayes who has been away for ' some lime, is again in the city. 'l A. A. Kaly is doing the city on horseback these days, and making a good apjiearence at it too. Communion services at Shorter A. M. K. Church Sunday morniug at II j o'clock. Alramon Ira Lucas willbein the! l city next week. # < c ■ s c, e v* A **$ - YOU ARE INVITED! TO THE ENTRE NOUS CLUB’S FIRST GRAND BALL AND PRIZE WALTZ At East Turner Hall Holley’s Grand Orchestra. Music by The finest prizes ever given in Den ver to the best lady and gentleman waltz ers. Open to all good waltzers. THURS. NOV. 23, ’O5 ADMISSION 35 CENTS. W. R. EUPER, Mgr. SYLVESTER STEWART, Pres.