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The People’s Sunday Alliance will meet at Scott M. £. Church, 26th and Clarkson St. Sunday. DIAMOND BALL , Wait for the Grand Diamond Ball < given by Thomas White at Manitou i Hall Thursday May 2-1, 1906. A dia- i mood ring will be given to the person selling the largest number of tickets, over twenty. Admission 35 cents. Harris Orchestra will play. The infant son of Mrs. F. D. Dalton j died last week. A grand benefit entertainment will be given by Holley's famous 16 piece Orchestra assisted by the entire color ed population of Denver ard vicinity, for California colored sufferers May 17, at Manitou Hall. A committee of citizens will have charge of the pro ceeds. Scholars taken in instrumental mu- 1 sic by Mrs. Robert Holmee, at 2121 Arapahoe St. . ( IDEAL DRESSMAKING. I.nilics need no longer long for good service or fashionable dressmaking , The Ideal Dressmaking Parlors at 426 18th Street Is conducted by Mad am McGruder, on the highest order ( Tailor-made shirt waists a specialty. ( Pattern made to order. Prices cheer fully quoted. 'Phone 1089 Main A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs. Lucia Wilke of Caroline, Wls., as did one 25c box of Buckien’s Arnica Salve, when It completely cured a run ning sore on her leg, which had tor tured her twenty-three long years. Greatest antiseptic healer of Piles, Wounds and Sores. 25c at all drug gists. Don’t fail to stop in and hear "A Teasing Brown” played. It can be procured at the following music job bers; Denver Music Co., 1538-1546 Stout St., Knight-Campbell, 1625 1631 California St., Harlem-Myers, 513 521 16th St. John Pass Music Co., 614 15th St., and F. Boot, 1807 Larimer St. B. V . Fields. c. J. Walker. THE INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE LOAN8 AND RENTAL CO. Phone Main 6218 and Olive 853. 212 Fifteenth Street. We have a number of houses to rent or sell in all parts of the city. Rent from J6 00 to *30 00. Sale price from S875.00 to $300#. A number of choice lots. Come and look over our list. We also have homestead land for farming and grazing. Buy now while cheap. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. R. J. Johnson is somewhat improv ing. Keep off the date of July 4th. None Such Club’s moonlight excursion to Boulder. Dancing at Temple Thea tie. G. B. McCarrol of Boulder is in the city on business. Last week arrivals are Wilson Brown, Winchester, Va.; James Mason, Oklahoma; Ed. Arlington and wife, Denver; Mrs. S. E Joues, Colorado Springs. Helen Crockett, the little niece of Miss Patterson, died last Friday and was buried Sunday. Miss Emma Fletcher of Memphis, Tennesee, is here for the summer. Her sister will Join her later. Mr. Sam Abernathy has returned from a visit to his family, Butte, Mon tana. Mrs. Carlos Clarke left Saturday to visit in Chicago and other eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers left Saturday for Chicago, where they intend to re side. Mrs H. W. Williams of Walnut street has beeu ill with tensilities. Mrs Patsy Barret, formerly of Down ing avenue, has removed to 1425 21st street. Mrs. Ophelia America is now located at 2125 Arapahoe street. She moved Wednesday from 921 Twenty first. Miss Hattie Parker has .returned from the Springs. D. E. Early is im proving. Miss Lena Epps is out after an illness. Mrs. Carrie Brown is quite ill. Mrs. Reed Is better. Miss Malissa Barnes is out again. Mrs. Carruth has been surprised by the arrival of her sister. Miss Mattie Helm of Cleveland, Texas, who will spend the summer here. No better place to spend Decoration Day than at Colorado Springs, Manitou and the Garden of the Gods. Spend ; the evening at Temple Theater. Go down on the excursion; $2.50 for the round trip, leaving Denver at 8:30 a. m., returning leave Colorado Springs on regular train or on the excursion t special at midnight. i 1 Mrs. Dollle Mabry pased through the city Thursday en route to Phila 9 delphla. r Mrs. Moral Keelan leaves Oakland 9 for Denver Sunday and will arrive here Tuesday at 11 a. m. OUR RATES ARE LOW AND SERVICE IS UNSURPASSED From Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo Through Sleeping Cars to Kansas City, Chicago and St. Louis. Elegant Dining Cars, meals ala carte. All Cars equipped with electric lights and fans. For further information call on or address H. B. KOOSER, J .H. GINET, Jr. G. W. F. & P. A. T. P. A. 1700 Stout Street Denver, Colorado. Black 2207. Phone us your news. Phone us your printing orders. Wilson, Turner & Co. Proprietors • Home Cooking Exchange 3 AND CHILE PARLOR Our Cooking will please you First Gass Service 1119 Eighteenth Street. LADIES DON’T FAIL TO SEE THE NEW SAILOR HATS AT HOWLAND'S. ALL THE NEW STYLES AT POP ULAR PRICES THIS WEEK AT S, S H HOWLAND’S Orr'S*.