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Colorado
Springs.
D. B. Faw, Agent, 802 N. Walnut St.
Phone Main 1024.
A neatly furnithed room for two.
Modern improvements. Mrs. S A.
Johnson, 711 East Moreno street.
Phone 561 Black.
I Julies who expect to do a creel deni
of calling this summer should see the
agent uml have him supply them with
the latest and best linen cards at low
prices.
Mr. 1.. L. McGruder, who Is now em
ployed In the Denver mint, has been
recently elected conductor of the Aza
lia Hackley Choral Club, one ol the
finest musical organizations In the
West, and also chorister of Shorter s
choir. We are glad to learn of Mr.
McGruder's success and We know him
to be thoroughly capable of any duty
that may be assigned him. In the very
near future Denver will be favirred
with the cantata. "Esther," by the Vza
llg Hackley Choral Club. Every one
may expert some rich musical treats
now. A reception was given Wednea
day evening In honor of the outgrtng
chorister. Mrs Illshman. nnd choirster
olect, Mr. McGruder.
Mrs. Olive I’arsons nnd chlhkcn left
Thursday for Santa Fe, New Mexico
Mr. and Mrs Fred Moore are hojstv
keeplng on East Rio Grande.
The oldfashlnned dinner given by
the ladles of the M. E. Church was a
grand success.
When we are denied the rental of a
hall on every hand we hear a voice
saying In loud tone: "Buy prorertv
and build a hall."
Mrs. Lulu Green of Chicago has pur
chased an elegant home with 400 cl lek
ens for the consideration of fI.SSv, at
447 West Vlntah street.
Mrs. T. 8. Smith entertained Harper
union Wednesday.
Miss Mary l.ou Reed gave n May
Pole entertainment at her mother's,
Mrs. Julia Reed, last Thursday.
Mrs. W. H. Hopper and son of East
nnvllle, Colorado, are the gues a of
Mrs. F. J. I-oper.
Mr. F. J. Doper Is spending his va
cation In the country.
Mr. H. C. Davis haa returned from a
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO
mouth's visit In Mississippi ami other
southern states.
Mr. Chas. Bealey of Abldine, Wash
ington, is spending a few days visit
lot; old friends, and is also on business.
The Men's Forum met Sunday at t p. nt.
and elected officers. Mr. C. H. Pratt,
president; Mr. L. L. Duncan, secre
tarv; Mr. Isaiah Carter, chaplain; Mr.
Spencer Holmes, treasurer; Mr. James
Hlneß. chairman program committee.
Every effort will be put forth Sun
day to make the rally a success at
Paine chap* 1 I,et numbers and
friends come out and do their duty.
REV. 0. M. TILLMAN
Miss Myrtle Lytle of Denver Is ils
lltng Miss Golden Smith for a ft w
data.
Messrs. C. A Franklin, George Ross
and I). IV Faw held a shot! conference
Wednesday anil went over plans to
give the people of Colorado Springs
better newspaper service.
The party given at the resilience of
Mrs. B. Pratt, 1.13 So. Weber st, last
Monday evening by Lee Wilson, on
the occasion of his twentieth birthday
was an enjoyable event. Singing,
dancing and games were the amuse
ments of the evening. Those pieseut
were, Misses E. Allen, Edna Winfrey.
Cora Alexander, Vennette Payne.
Florence Oater. Ollie Oater, Lulu
Tompkins, Minnie Tompkins. Bessie
Brooks. Era Jonas. Jennie Johnson
and Daisy Thomas, and Messrs. Wil
ford Penny, Frauk Collier. James
Jackson, Willio Curtis, Wilie |Johti
son, Fred Bell. Benj. Speers, Charlie
Cox, Girrie Buckner, Eldiige Link,
Carroll Runipford and Edward Collia.
There are some who are so seltlsh
that they rannot deny themselves any
thing.—Dallas News.
Passions which begin In tears arc
the truest; one gains attachment bv
suffering or by seeing suffering
Durhesß D'Abranles.
Rind together your spare hours by
the cord of some definite purpose, and
you know not how much you may
accomplish.—William M. Taylor.
Mrs. C. J. Walker, the hair grower,
through the urgent request of many
friends and patrons, has i>ostponed her
western tour indefinitely and will re
main for awhile to convince every per
son in need of her services of her won
derful power of growing hair. One
treatment will positively stop the hair
from falling out or money refunded.
Her treatments have given perfect sat
isfaction to every person in Denver
who has given her a trial. She also
sells letters of instruction to i>ersons
Min X COWDEN.
L.»»
Shanii’OOlng. Cutting and Curling j‘v l ‘.VA«'s"
All Hair to . f
Toni'S. Scalji Treatments. Mar.lcur
tng; Stage Wigs for rent for Ihoat
rical use or mask halls. Cheepeet P^kMKaatUaj^
sail' i:es. r,o cents Goods delivered |||B» Jjhaggjgi«j|^AijKS«:
out of the city.
1215 21« t BL, Denser, Col -)&£&$'•. 7
I’hone 1 "l<7 Olive. j3&p|gS^KpP|||
New Breakfast Food.
A little girl who was eating codfish
for breakfast the other morning fez
the first time was seen to stop an<l
examine her plate with deep interes*
“Mamma," she said, "what kind of
fish is this? 1 have just found a hair
in it."
"It is codfish, dear." was the answer
"Oh.” commented her daughter in a
disappointed tone. "I thought prob
ably it was mermaid.”—Harpers
Weekly.
Hotel Statistics.
There are 44.000 hotels In the Uni
ted States, representing an invested
capital of over $6,000,000,000. Thest
establishments employ 3,500,000 per
sons.
Chinese Empress to See Circus.
A certain prince, says the South
China Post, has engaged a foreign cir
cus to perform for the delectation o:
the empress dowager and her retinue
The troupe has been engaged for ten
days at a cost of $14,000.
Export of Prunes.
Of the 66.000.000 pounds of prun*»'
exported in 1903, 9.000,000 went fre n
San Francisco and 53.500.000 from
New York, although they are chic ft)
the product of Iht Pacific c*\>
whom she can not treat personally,
teaching them how to grow their own
hair at very reasonable prices. With
her treatments your hair begins grow
ing at once. A trial treatment will
convince you. Two years ago her hair
was less than a fingers length. This
is the result of only two years’ treat
ment. Persons out of town wishing
letters of instruction, with her won
derful grower, can address her at 2410
Champa, ’phone Pink 592.
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Scientific American.
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