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FOR VISITORS IN CAIRO.
A Place of Entertainment That No One Should Miss. Visitors to Cairo will be interested In the following circular, which has Just reached us: “Attention! Attention! We in form that to-morrow that is to say Saturday the 15th inst will be open precisely to Ezbekieh Street opposite Royal Hotel a men eating house named the Restaurant of London which responded of purity joined in a good conteny and purity of product* We invite the wine tasters that wc don’t mistake that they will be assure of our speechs thuthfulness con vinced by the estimation of every our who shall visite our etablishment. For much assure the Public we offer 100 eovereings to every one who shall set tle that our products are adulterate and that our kitchens’ materials are dirty. To auspices like this we pro ceed couragiasly to the open calling to the production of good wine tasters.” People who are in search of savag ery as a refuge from civilization will be glad to find a “men eating house” within easy reach of home.—London Daily Chronicle. SECOND-HAND TOMBSTONE. Man Could Not See Necessity for Changing Lettering. During the recent cross-examination of President John Mitchell of the United Mine Workers, former Attor ney-General Wayne MacVeigh told a Btory in illustration of ignorance. “A man came to a maker of tomb stones,” said Mr. MacVeigh. "and asked for some sort of stone for hia mother. The dealer showed him one design after another, and finally the man said: T will take this one.’ ‘Very well/ replied the dealer. ‘‘Only this is one that had been returned to me. It has the name of Jane Shaw •n it. Give me your mother’s name, so that I can change it.’ 'No/ said the man, ‘you needn't bother to change the name, for mother couldn’t read, and she won’t know the differ ence/ ” Social Life in Constantinople. There seems no improvement In Turkish serial life this year, during the last week two incidents have oc curred showing what sort of existence people lead. A certain high official had issued invitations for a dinner As the guests began to assemble police came to the door and informed thl host there must be no dinner. No reason was given, and Che guests were sent away. Another night four high officials were playing cards when the police came in and arrested them. They were set at liberty a few hours later, but were warned not to do it again. Spies are everywhere, and II anyone meets a friend they are al ways considered to be plotting agains’ the sultan. ’ 1 As the Schoolboy Understood It. Here is the exact answer of a New York schoolboy to the questions, "What is the meaning of the word 'hall,' how many other words are there that sound like 'hail,' and what arc their meanings?" "Hall, where you open the dore and go In; hawl, bawling along a boy that won't go to skool; aui, what the shoe maker charges you 25 cents for to aui your shoe; all, all, everybody In the world.”—Success. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Little Girls’ Hard Lot in China. After the marriage, girls have no part with their own family, and no part In the worship of their ancestors. To have no son means no ancestral worship, and the girl is often sold as a daughter-in-law. Poor people buy their sons’ wives when they are but babies, as they can be had then for two Mexican dollars —about one dol lar and seventy-five cents in our money. These little ones are usually drudges In the mother-in-law’s house hold. A missionary tells this story. She heard two women conversing in her house —one the mother of five sons and the wife of the leading scholar in Kuangwang. One said: “I am going to get my daughter-in-law into the house; you see a daughter-in-law is no more expense than a servant; if I curse or beat a servant she leaves, but you can beat a daughter-in-law and get obedience and your wo**k will be done as you wish it.” The other replied: "Just so. just so. I am think ing of getting a daughter-in-law, too. I can then live at ease.” As a conse quence of this custom, little girls look forward not to betrothal nor to mar riage, but to becoming mothers-in-law, when they in turn can have authority. —Good Housekeeping. ForFineTailoring GOOD FITI S 8!And Workmanship '!T r ‘ 60 TO B. SCHRADSKY, 1601 Larimer St. easonable.Prices Fitguaranteed 1516 Orman Avenue. PUEBLO, COLO. Saturdays and Sundays Mrs. Annie Davis ICE CREAM PARLOR The Patronage or the Public is Solicited ft ft ftLMPBlkLU PKOrik fULirMUMUI-Maii Br&Boh «An A Ml CAMPBELL BROS., Homestead Coa^ HAY, GRAIN AND WOOD. BmKt OBc»- K1B-17 Fifteenth Bevel #*«>- I. J. QTnnscoU, U»r. MBW» Watt. Btrv.t, The Golden Chest Mining, Milling and Tunnel Co. Incorporated under the laws of tko State of Colorado. CAPITALIZATION 250,000 Shares. TREASURY STOCK 125,000 Shares. Par Value $ 1.00, Series B. Block of 25,000 Shares st 25 cents per share now fa the time to ouy wnue tncy are at a low lipuie ana in the reach of ail. One-tenth down and monthly payments of 15.00. Write postal card for circular for full information or call at office, 1221! 10th street, Denver,-Colo. G. C. SAXIPI E, Secy BOARD OF DIRECTORS. DR. W. J. COTTRELL, REV. J. E. FORD. Practicing physician. Denver, l asloi Zion Baptist church, Denver ELIAS STEVENS, J R. LEWIS. _ Expert miner. HON. G. C. SAMPLE, H W. WILLIAMS, Ex-memlier Colorado Legislature. W. P. M. ol tba 0. 'J. *1'. i. C V PR'NKLIN. Etl dor Statesman GEO E. COLLINS, Soliciting Agent, 2601 Burdette St., Omaha, Neb 4| We are now pleased to announce to t > the public that we are now locating at A 20571 Larimer street with all kinds of k hair goods and ornamental goods of * all kinds and we also announce we have a full line of millinery in the F 1 latest Parisian style in hats and bon- F 4 nets of all kinds. g j Miss Genevieve Hallowed, prop. k j Mm. J. B. Hallowvll, mgr. * tr v v v ss w www v v v v w A T HOS CLINGMAN Cigars and Smoking Tobaccos Every accommodation for pleasure seekers. A /Ts homelfor strangers, Agent Dr. Perkins’ American Herbs 1 J.PHONE 392 BLACK. 1855 ARAPAHOE ST. Four ol the most desired spots in AmBric