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FIVEBOOM FRAME HOUSE FOR SALE—Small cash payment At 31t> So. Water St. Call oq H. B. Brown at Dreyfus and Oo. The new dancing acute my at 1545 Champa Street, is ope 1 every Thurs day night to 12 p. m. fcr social dances. Admission 25 cents. R Pbynix, man ager, 1351 Court Place. Phone Red 3144. Prepare for the grand Decoration Day excursion to Colo-ado Springs May 30, by the Missouri Club. The Misses Jennie Hicks, Kthel Mi nor and Josephine Allvn entertained Sunday afternoon at an eliborate din ! ner party at the home of the latter. The handsomely-decorated table had & unique innovation in thr form of a May pole, surrounded by six daintily dressed dolls, the colors being used green, blue and pink, and interwoven among the May pole ribbons were long stemmed pink and white tarnations The young gentlemen entertained were given Messrs Eugene Montgom cry. Carmel Nichols and George Dean, who were given the dolls and dainty menu cards. Mrs. Hattie I. Snowden, graduate nurs* and masseuse. 24 H California street. 5-10 Keep off the date of July 4th. None Such Club's moonlight excursion to Boulder. Dancing at T tuple Thea- COLORAOO SPRINGS LADIES. Mrs J R. Hallowell of thin city will be in Colorado Springs with a full lin* of millinery and hair goo is from May loth to 16th nt the home o’ Mrs. Frank Ho, 3 in East Costilla street. Wilma May Holmes haa been visit Ing Mrs. W. M Lvtton of Welton street. Results of two years treatment shown by Mrs. Perkins’ own hair. iT% -i ■ fi -'3 : Mr*. T. D. Perkin* will arrive In the Colorado Springs w*» exceeded many short time are making her return the they see and this Fcrkins Is giviug < city tomorrow and open her classes times and the reports from that city occasion of much expectancy among them every opportunity for doing Monday The business she expected in of the good she has done in even this tbs ladle* . Doubters bslleve when Phone Pink 17S6, 4*30 \V. 35th avenue THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. NOTICE. Persons having matter for publi cation will bear in mind that this paper goes to press Thursday night and not Friday noon as formerly. This will necessitate earlier mailing of correspondence of all kinds. The ear lier it comes, the more likely you are to have it printed in its entirety. We are no respecter of p ersons and give all an even break. But we cannot do the Impossible, so if your matter comes to us late, <fo not complain that it is “cut" or even left out T. J Riley has been complaining for several weeks and seems not to be much improved. For Rent—Two unfurnished rooms at 2510 tawrence street. Mrs. Jerry Aliep gladdened the heart of her husband Tuesday night with a bouncing boy. Mother and child are doing well. MRS. WALKER S OFFER. All persons who will take one treat ment before May 15th can secure a let ter of instruction teaching them how to grow their own hair, at very reason aLle terms. 1 do this so that the very poorest may be benefited, and that those who have already been benefited ill not suffer in my absence Should you fail to take advantage of this op portunity you will always regret It. This invitation is not only to those who have no hair, but to those who 'have it and wish to retain it as well One treatment will positively stop the hair from falling out. Address 2410 Champa. Phono Pink 592. FOR RENT- Furnished rooms, at 2110 Champa street, in modern house Mrs Cnllie Pugin. Phone Pink 592. 4-26 EGG TREE PARTY Thurs. Eve. 222tArapahoeSL May IT, 1906 '® M £&iEL d HUNDREDS OF EGGS EVERY EGG CONTAINS A PRIZE HIGHEST PRIZE $5 IN GOLD Refreshments, Fun for All, Omelets in Every Style, Ice Cream, Cake and Other Delicacies. VISITORS TO DENVER"" Will apprecite the cleanliness the expert workmanship and most of all the artesian water used exclusively in ORAN C. GOENS’ BARBER SHOP 1226 EIGHTEENTH ST. Newly Fitted Out. Hot and Cold Fine Line of Cigars. Baths. TESTIMONIAL St. Louis, Mo. May 5, 1906. Dear Mrs. Walker: Your letter written me was ad dressed to 2223 Walnut street, there fore 1 was late in receiving it. Now in regard to the oil that woman has, it Is just the same stuff these women here have. It is nothing but vaseline with sulphur, quinine and ox marrow Now if you do not believe this, you just make her an offer for her recipe, and sec if she does not tell you the same ihing As 1 told you all the peoples hair here has come out, so just let that woman do the same for the people there as these fakes are doing here. You know that if I could not do the work and had not a fine preparation 1 could not have anything at all to do, with all the hundreds of people hen who are trying to do th same thing New shops arc failing ev« ry da> from the fact that vaseline is too strong for the hair, and no one has my prepare lion. MRS. A M. POPE. Throw out the life line to the Cali fornia sufferers. A committee of citi zens will handle your cash, while Holley’s Orchestra of 15 pieces will do the rest at Maoitou Hall May 17. You come, that’s all. Scott's M E. Church Services— Preaching 11 a. m . Sunday school. 12 t mEpworth League. 6:30 p. m.; preaching. 7:30 p. m.; prayer and class meetings Thursday evening and Sun day morning Everybody is welcome to the family church on Twenty sixth avenue and Clarkson streets, Rev. dames E Williams, pastor. Keep off the date of July 4th. None Such Club's moonlight excursion to Boulder Dancing at Temple Thea tre. (' P McKenzie and Mrs. Ella Eu banks were united in marriage at Chey enne Wednesday by Rex Bdrnh-un. poth are prominent church workers and have many friends who wish them a happy and prosperous life.