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
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
board at reasonable rales. 22-9
Mrs. DcMar has opened a Home
Bakery at 1813 Clarkson Street and
is prepared to take orders for bread,
pies and fancy puddings. Phone
Blue, 3023. 11-1
The Bird’s Eye Restaurant is stead
ly gaining in patronage. The service
s first-class and 15 oents gel* a meal.
O. Higgins, Prop., 1016 19th St.
C. J. Walker of St. Paul is among
tha new the comers to Denver.
Mrs. H. Bowman of Kansas City is
here visiting her mother, Mrs. Nan
Jos. Higgmgs of Austin, brolherin-
Uw of H. C. Day formerly of this city
was here this week
Edwafd Plummer is in the city
from Lincoln Institute.
The Sweetie Don't Club gave one
of those best good time trails at East
Turner Hall Tuesday night at which
the Harris Orchestra played and ev
erybody and his friend danced for it
was well attended. Prizes were dis
tributed for the best masked persons
Harry Goodrich winning one and Mrs
Rae Gould the other
Mrs Gould was attired in lace bob
inel trimmed in white satin ribbon
white bearer hat, while silk elbow
gloves, and wore a locket studded with
opals and diamonds. Harry Goodrich
represented I'nole Sam.
RHEUMATISM CAN BE CURED.
What the patient ■«?* i" proof of
the treatment's efficacy. Listen to
what Tal Green said almut the rheu
mntism remedy of Dr. Ringolsky,
which is sold at his drug store, 19th
and Curtis Street
Dr Sol Ringolsky,
I hare suffered with rheumatism
for the past leu years, during which
lime 1 have used most every remedy
recommended to me and yet no relief.
After using three bottles of your med
icine I am now perfectly well
20,12 Larimer St.
THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO.
After a life of honor and rueful
ness, one of Denver's pioneers passed
away Friday after an illness of sever
al months' duration, in the person of
Klley Martin. His funeral was held
Sunday afternoon from Zion Church
under the auspices of Rocky Moun
tain Lodge, No. I, A. F. i A, M. of
which he was a member. The church
was crowded to the doors with sym
pathizing friends and the prosession
which followed the remains to River
side was one of the longest in the his
tory of Denver. The floral offerings
were numerous. Among them was a
“Gates Ajar." from the City Highway
department with which he was con
necter! for the last fifteen years. An
other was from bis lodge in which for
eighteen years he held the position of
As a good citizen an exemplary
head of family, he will long be re
membered with kindness and his be
reaved wife and children will be not
the only ones to feel bis loss. Eight
sons and three daughters besides the
! more distant relatives are left to sol
ace the widow. They return their
sincerest thanks to the many friends
« ho brightened his last days and as
; sisled in the funeral.
FOR KENT Front room, ?lf) per
i month, for man and wife or gentle-
I man at 2035 Stout St. 1-6
Mrs Susie Clay of Eastonville, is
j visiting her friend, Mrs. A J. Reeee.
Charles Hall was seriously ill last
of Centennial Lodge No. 4. A. F. & A. M.
STAKE THEIR REPUTATION
as entertainers and for giving the best entertainments in town
AT EAST TURNER HALL
Wednesday, Dec. 20.
Moorish drill and
GIVEN AT MANITOU HALL,
BY QUEEN OF THE WEST TEMPLE
NO. 1, S. M. T.
ADMISSION 35 CENTS.
Thursday Dec. 14,’05
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