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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 •ic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 Arapahoe St. James Hullinger A: Co., are setting i a pace by giring 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 j Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at the “The Quenn Anne” 320 E. Cos i tills St. Nice sunny rooms and board at reasonable rates. 22 0 Mrs, DeMar has opened a Home Bakery at 1813 Clarkson Street and is prepared to take orders for bread pies and fancy puddings. I’hone Blue, 3023. IM The Sewing Circle of the People's Church meets Thursday afternoon at ! 2011 Larimer St. News has lieeu received of the, death of Win. Oliver at Spriuglield, Mo. Mr. Oliver and wife visited in. this city during the month of Sep tember and were the guests of Bev. I Vile. The Citizens Investment Company j was recently incur pirated in this city for 150,000, w ith the following officers: pres , A. J. Fitzpatrick; vice-pres., T. S Rector; Sec, Dr. P. E. Spratlin: treas, John \V. Jackson; General Manager. John R. Jackson Direc tors: A J. Fitzpatrick. Julius W. Fields, John W. Jackson. John R. Jackson,T.S. Rector, A. \V. Robinson R. M. Grigsby, Sherman W. Overton. For information concerning the com pany. call to see the secretary Dr. P, K. Spratlin, rooms 49 30. Good Block, Ifilh and Larimer Sts. Look forward for a rqro treat Dec. U. from the Ijiteen of the West. A good time for old ami young. Re sure to come. Rev. To I son and wife aid the (at-: ler's mother, passed through enroiite to Boulder from St. Joseph. Don’t fail to slop in and hear "A Teasing Brown" plans!. It can be procured at the following music job liers: Denver Music Co, 1538 15-0! Stout St. Knight Campbell, I(!25 1531 California St, Harlem Myers, rd 3 521 16th St., John Pass Music Co. till 15th St., and F. Boot, I*o7 Lari mer St. LADIES Just received a line line of: lylisb pattern fall and winter hats at; lbs Leader 2057 1 2 Lattice! Street j Cill add inn-'-t them THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO. Roy Walker and wife left Monday for San Francisco. Mrs. Dollie Hamilton is ill. Randolph Butler is convalescent. Miss Ida Anderson, who has been ] sick is about again. Mrs. Robert Beatty fell Tuesday j and broke her arm. Mrs. Emma Wilson who has bren ill for two weeks, is better. Morgan Stokes and family have | moved to 3136 Downing Ave. • Mrs. Minnie Lincoln has gone to j Crede, for the winter. Miss Ida Hogue who has been in- I disposed, is convalescent. Attorney Malone J.Tildon is cut | after a alight illness, i Colored boys are now employed in I the dining room at the D, A. C P. W. Silver of Pueblo, was in the ■ city last week, and returned home Sat unlay ! James Camper and wife are now lo ■ cub'd in their own home at J2'J~ Grant j ave. Grafton Johnson of Baltimore is | the guest of W. B. Fisher. Mr*. Hirschhvld and daughter, | Mrs. Harrington of Grand Junction, are risiling in the city. Miss Edith Milieu was in the citv Friday enroute to Kansas City from Cirpplc Creek. "The days of Seville" a vaudeville by children will be produced at East Turner Hall at an early date. » e c e ' «S^ .^ e G^ V & v=> \ *&'"' YOU ARB INVITED! TO THE ENTRE NOUS CLUB'S FIRST GRAND BALL AND PRIZE WALTZ At East Turner Hall Music by Holley’s Grand Orchestra. I 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.