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When you come to Colorado Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at the “The Quenu Anne” 320 E. Cos tills St. Nice sunny rooms and board at reasonable rates. 22 0 * Mrs. DeMar has opened a Home Bakery at 1913 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 cents gets a meal. O Higgins, Prop., 101619th St. MR. GEO. BANKS WRITES To Dr. Sol. Ringolsky About Rheu matism. Denver. October 25. 1901. Dr. Sol Rlngolsky: Dear Sir—l have used your treat ment for rheumatism for the past three months and And It all you claim for It I was down in bed and had no relief until I used your remedy, and I am enllrely well. I heartily reeora mend It to anyone similarly aßccie.-I a* a good, safe remejly. Yours truly, GKO. BANKS. Train Porter for D * R. O. U. R "919 McClellan St. fteuver. Colo. For sale at Dr. Rfngolsky's Drua Store. 19th and Curtis streets. IDEAL DRESSMAKING Ladles need no longer long for goal service or fashionable dressmaking. The Ideal Dressmaking Parlors at l-d ISlh Stru t is conducted by Mad am McOruder am) Mrs C'ar|>enlpr. on the highest onler. Tailor made shirt waists a specialty. Pattern made In onler. Prices cheerfully 'tinted. Phono Ifisy Main. The Masons' entertainment Decent-1 tier tilt was the greatest financial suc cess any lodge ha* ever attained in \ this city. There remain several Julies uncalled for In the hands of the chair-1 man. T. R Herron, at 1131 Arapahoe (treats. Mrs. Mattie Brown, who has been In Loadvllle has returned to the elfy 111 and It slopping at 311 West Tenth avenue. H. M. Williams was here this week from Loadvllle. Mrs. Irene Fife on New Year's day surprised some friends with n New ’ Nears treat. The Holly Oreheslra and some other persons whose names Could nol be secured were the guests of honor. Music, refreshments and brilliant lights and beautiful decora tions were the attractive features. Among the holiday visitors are the Misses Boyer of CoaWale THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. Ed Burnside, who has been in the city a few- weeks, the guest of his sis ter, left Wednesday for home. He is the telephone operator in Onaga, Kan. Mrs. Hubbard of Boulder is visiting her daughter, Mrs. DeNeal. The Christmas decorations of the Mecca cafe were simply superb and the crowd was immense that patron ized this i»opular resort. On New Year’s it was as great. People know good things when they get them. Color takes a back scat for merit. Jerry Chisholm of the Eleventh Ave nue cafe served one of the swell wed ding spreads of the holidays. It was ; commented upon In the dally papers and made a hit with those enter tained. SPECIAL REVIVAL AT CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. J. B. Anderson, pastor Zior Baptist Church, Springfield, 111., th( great evangelist, who has been cn dorsed by the National Baptist con cenllon of America, will begin preach ing in a revival meeting at Central Baptist church, Thursday, January 11 UH'C. A special invitation is extended to the public to come out and hear this able divine. ( HAS. U. DOUGLAS. Pastor. HALF THE WORLD WONDERS. how the other half lives. Those wh( use Ilurklen's Arnica Salve novel wonder if it will cure Cuts, Wounds Hums Sores and all Skin eruptions they know it will. Mrs. Grunt Shy 1130 K. Key nolds St., Springfield. 111. says: “I regard it one of the absolute necessities of housekeeping." Guaran teed by all druggists. 2oc. fNOW LISTEN! 'A. urner Hnil ha a Imil coojr SO you can «ii ami I.«ok ou ami listen i«» «!.«• HARRIS ORCHESTRA THURS., JAN. 18,1906 I fl Ok |-< IXTd i W l-MVMII, C* alrma* I m ■ | Mm. * nt9rtminm9nl * of Rice Lodge No. 39 will give the SWELLEST MASK BALL THa ROSITI VE L Y 6 NO' V UN M A SKI NG ’ at EAST TURNER HALL FOUR PRIZES teta saiaS. Admission 49c Come early and stay as late as you choose. Refreshments Served. ARTISTIC AND SOCIETY SUCCESS! ;■£:J? '**s o-?3**rf* Q%4- Mp 1 ' : /U^KR ■ - ■* This quartette has been prepared for the Orpheum circuit JUVENILES IN VAUDEVILLE AT EAST TURNER HALL Admission 50c Harris Full Orchestra Wednesday, Jan. 10. Chiderlios: and O’possum Supper.