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Springs. D. B. Faw, Agent, 802 N. Walnut St. Phone Main 1024. A neatly furnished room for two. Modern improvements. Mrs. S. A. Johnson. 711 East Moreno street. Phone 561 Black. Indies who expect to <lo a great deal of calling this summer should se*‘ the agent and have him supply them with the latest and best linen cards a’ low prices. James Riley, after a long Illness, passed away Sunday. Miss Mable Hall has returned home from Topeka. Kansas, where she has been attending industrial school. Mrs. \V. H Hopper of Eastonvlll* Colorado, who has been visiting in this city for the past two weeks, hat re turned home. Miss Lola Graham is enjoying a much-needed vacation. She is a steady and energetic young woman. Dr. W. K Gladden is soon to make his farewell address to the peopl* of Colorado 8p rings, having received no tlce of his confirmation by th»■ United States Senate Sunda> he tenderer his rrsignation as pastor of St. John's Baptist Church If was apparent was deeply touched and filled with • motion. Dr. Gladden will leave many warm friends behind him Mrs. Dorcas Watson of Pueblo spent Sunday in this city assisting R v. G. M Tillman of Payne’s chape! In a successful rally of $250. The Men s Sunday Forum, after in stalling officers, were addressed by Revs. G. K Trow* rand W K Gladden Calvin White passed throug i the city last week for parts in lowa Mrs. Julia Embry will leave Tuesday evening over the Rock Island for an extensive trip In St I .outs and Ken tucky, her husband’s home. She will also attend the National Association of Colored Women, which convenes in Drtrolt In July. Mr. ami Mrs Charles Reed and son. Byron, leaves Saturday for parts in In dlana for the summer. Washington Pennington "as down fnm Cripple Creek Sunday, visiting his family and friends. Mrs. W. H 1,41 Page of New ton. Kan sas. Is In the city for the summer The Guild will serve dinner from 12 m. until Ift p. m. Saturday, at Uihor hall. All friends are invited. The Infnnt child of Mr. and Mrs. Ross of Colorado City died Tuesday. Much sympathy Is expressed by friends. Thomas Allen, a highly respected colored citizen of this city, a resident of the same for twenty two years, wishes to announce his displeasure of having been refused n glass of soda wa ter at the Butch Drug Company, cor ner Pike's Peak and Nevada. There are other drug stores who will give us proper treatment, so beware of your cm mien. Mrs. 8. Rice has been suffering greatly from her fall the past week, and Is hut slightly Improved. Grant Lyceum was ably addressed THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO Tuesday evening by Mr. Williamson on Mental Science." Next Tuesday evening there will be a Bpeclal musical program rendered at Grant Lyceum, and L. L. Duncan will deliver an address on the "Political. Industrial and Financial Conditions of This Country. Young men especially are invited. Father S. Hire has decided that for the best interests for the success of the Colorado Springs Mercantile Com panv to take a white partner Did the colon d pet iple do t heir doty wht n it ■ by their race and will they do better w hen it is half a race enterprise? Bust n« ss and friendship must be divorced. The district grand session of the In ternational Order of Twelve will meet from the 12th to 14th Inst in the G. A: R. hall Instead of Temple theater. Club No. 1 of People's M. K Church . mu .» grand such •ss Fort > dob n ■on, captain it- 1 *I E 1 row< r, pas tot. Mrs. Lizzie Watson tenders her Sunday school class a.pleasant picnic outing at Stratton park to-morrow, as r. farewell to Everett Belts who leaves with his auntie for the summer. Mr. and Mrs J. Q Brookens have gone to housekeeping on East High street. This family is quite an acqui sition to church and religious circles. Harper Union was entertninod by Mrs Julia Embry Wednesday in a prof itable business meeting Mrs. E B Butler will represent Harper W C. T l\ at Detroit Michigan, at the N A. C. W. in July Mrs Embry was elected alternate. Mrs. W. E Proctor ga\«- a charming 1<» o'clock June breakfast Friday morn ing at her < legant residence in hooot of Mrs Julia Embry, who leaves In a few days. The dining room was ex qulsltely decorated with snowball blossoms Five courses w. i. artistic ally served. Those present, aside from the guest of honor, won Mesdames W K Gladden. Caulsberry. Franklin H I). Earl. Pennington. Armstead. S B Jon< a Ut xandt r, Mcßam and Till man. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Jones, who received, and Mrs Earl, who presided at the piano. The i Continued on last page.) CALL AT NIGHT CALL AT DAY ‘■'land Phone Had 6?l Stable Phone W«*-t fi9 W. H. DEDRICK, Hack No. 93. STAND AT CAP POWELLS CAPE Colorado Springs Colorado Cit Sixteen of Denver’s pretty girls will be seen in the latest songs and dances featuring comic opera hits Under the management of Mrs. Jessie Nickens-Reese and Miss Leona Troutman YANKEE DOODLE GIRLS Sec Yankee Doodle Dandy and the Woodland Scene from Ben-Hur Dancing after Program East Turner Hall, Tliurs., June 28 ADMISSION 35 CENTS I ■■■ VISITORS TO DENVER Will appreciate 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. Mrs. C. .1. Walker, the hair grower, through the urgent request of many friends and patrons, has postponed 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 isfnetion to every person in Denver who has given her a trial. She also sells letters of instruction to persons 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 finger s 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.