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WHEN SUCCESS FAILS.
When you are not a cleaner, finer, larger man on account of your life work. When It has made you a physical wreck—a victim of ‘nerves and moods," When your absorption In your work has made you practically a stranger to your family. When your children do not look up on you as their best friend neat to their mother. When you plead that you never had lime to cultivate yonr friendships, po- Illness or good manners. When the attainment of yonr ambi tion has blighted the aspirations and crushed the hopes of others. When all sympathy has been crushed oat of your nature by your selfish devotion to your vocation. When the hunger for more money, more land, more booses and bonds has grown to bo your dominant pas sion. When you do not overtop your vo cation: when you ar not greater as a man than as a lawyer, a merchant, a physician, or a scientist. W'ben It dwarfs, cramps or Inter feres with another's rights; when It blinds you to the Interests of the man at the other end of the bargain. When yonr greed for money has darkened and cramped your wife's life and deprived her of needed rest and recreation or amusement of any kind. When there Is a dltyionest or a do ccltful dollar In your possession; when your fortune spells the ruin of widows and orphans, or the crushing of the opportunities of others W'hcn yon have met your children's caresses with repulses, and have de nied them the help of your companion ship and loving encouragement and guidance during their formative yeara. When yonr narrow spirit makes yon cry out, "What was good enough for me Is good enough for my children,” and you refuse to give them an edu cation that they crave and which you can amply afford. When you rob those who work for you of what is Justly their due, and then pose as a philanthropist by con tributing a small fraction of yonr un just gains to some charily or to the endowment of some public Institution. —Pittsburg Press RECIPE FOR PESSIMISM. Obedience to these ten rales will make a pessimist of any one; 1. For every slight or offense, fan cied or real, which you have ever re ceived. never cease harboring resent ment. 2. Never cense talking about every hardship which you have ever en dured. 3. Forget all your past pleasant ex periences. but do not fall to magnify all the unpleasant ones. THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. 4. Keep sunshine out of your life by curtaining every window with a fast blue. 5. Never accept any cheerful as sistance or suggestions from a friend. 6. Never make the best of condi tions and environments which cannot be controlled. 7. Never see any good In your as sociates. 8. Always consider that no one ex cept yourself can ever do anything properly. 9 Never hope for a propitious fu ture. 10 Even when a friend forces some sunshine into your presence, re mind him with emphasis that youi bine curtains temper its heat, other wise, he may not realize that you are a pec-ltr.lsf pcrfecteChicago Rec ord Herald Sunday Magazine. WHY NOT BUY YOUR LIQUORS OF ED LEWIN The Louisville Liquor House, 24tb and Lsrimerstreet. is headquarters to buy the best and cheapest in the city Telephone 139 C, Kd Lew in, proprie tor. .Sole a«ent for Eastern dietil leriea and Santa Rosa vineyard. All ether houses are left in the shade He has no rent to pay so he can and will aell cheaiwr than ever- Give 1 1 call. PRIVILEGES OF DIPLOMATS. AImtp lb* low in th< Conntrl** U Which They Are Kent. The recent arrest of a diphma'.'s son for larceny and his subsequent dis charge as a matter of international courtesy, brings to the front one of the medi val customs that have 1 survived to this day. Outside of the ( Dlatrlrt of Columbia ou h an incident ; excitM curiosity rnd a’so some ad verse comment At Washington, how | ever, «e< pie are acetntomed to recog nizing diplomats as ab-ve the law. Their carriar.es. for instance, are en | titled to, a 1th ugh they do not always i lak°. the right of way. Few, if any, of the ministers al use their privileges I Commenting on the subject a lawyer I said to a New York Times reporter: “There is no more reason in this age of rapid transit and Instantaneous communlcatl' n ar. und the earth for making a diplomat exempt from the operation of criminal law than there would be in granting the same sort of indulgence to these of our own citi zens who have red hair. Two or three hundred years ago there was some sense in the International law which holds an ambassador or plenipoten tiary sacred. They were far away from their home, with which they communicate only at long intervals. They represented their respective gov ernments absolutely and were com pelled to act wholly upon th°Ir own responsibility. Such, of c urse, is not the case now. The minister, generally I speaking, now simply carries out the I cabled instructions of his government. If arrested for crime, thrown into prison, or oven executed, it is doubtful If the interests of those whom he rep , resents would particularly suit r.” Denver Professionals The Statesman takes pleasure in introducing the following colored professionals and recommends them as competent in their lines. Show yourself a race lover by patronizing them. Be a booster. FARMER HAD PRIZE AUTOMOBILE RACE GOOD THING FOR HIM. Queer Little Instrument He Picked Up on the Road Turned Out to Be Ex cellent Labor-Saving Machine—Re sulted in Quiet Night. Denman Thompson of “Old Home stead" fame was discussing with a parly of friends the recent automobile race. “They hadn't any right,” said one of the party, “to deprive the farmers of the highway which they are paying taxes for.” In reply the actor told this story: "A few days after the race,” he said, T happened to be driving over part of the same course. I stopped at a farm house and asked to be allowed to give the horse some water. I got some good hard cider along with it " 'What did you think of the auto mobile race?' I asked my genial host. “ 'The best thing for me that ever happened,’ replied the farmer. “ 'What 1' I exclaimed. T thought all you farmers were against it’ “ 'Not me,’ said the farmer. ‘You see. I got a balky mule that draws my stuff into market every morning. Yes terday morning that mule walked half way to the market. Couldn’t get him to stir. While I was trying to coax him I saw a strange thing lying in the roadway. Sort of a rubber thing. I picked it up and accidentally squeezed It. It let out a turrible noise. Just like one of those machines, and that mule started, me on the tail board, and nev er stopped till it got to the ferry. I brought it home and I showed It to ’.Vanda, and we squeezed it and squeezed it. and every darn chicken ran to the coop, every darn pig hid in the pen. every darn cow ran to the barn, the cat got behind the stove, the dog got in his house, and ’Mandy and me spent the quietest night we’ve had In many a day. No, Slree, of all the labor-saving machines I ever did hear of this is the best.”’—New York Times. Brown Bread for Sandwiches. Measure one cup of graham flour, or wheat meal from which the course bran has been sifted, add one cup each of corn meal and rye meal, and sift all together. Add two-thirds ?up of molasses, two cups of sour milk, and one half lord teaspoons of soda, and one-half letvel teaspoons of soda. Steam an hour and a half in buttered one pound baking powder cans. Cool and slice thin for sandwiches. Artificial Foot for a Dog. Mr. William H. Beers, a wealth New York broker, whose rot St. i; nanl dog hail its forefoot crushed !> t car, has ordered an artificial twit t be made (or the deg. regardless < cost Geo. W. COFFEY M.D. . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ( 9 to 11 a. n> Honrs*] 2 to 4p. m. ( 6:80 to Bp. m ) 8 to 10 a. m Stmdaisj, to , p Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty. PHONE BLACK 64T Near Champa 913 21st St. Denver JOS. H. STUART Lawyer, Practises in All Courts. Office 329 Kitlredfce Rldg. Cor. 16th and Qlenarm. Res. 2227 Lincoln Ave. Phone Olive 294. Examining abstracts of title, and drawing up legal docu ments given careful attention Dr. E. L. FAULKNER, PHYSICIAN AND SUPCEON !8 to 10 a. m. I to 4 p. m. < to 8 p. m. c , \lotoll a. m. Sunday | Uo 8 p. m. Diseases of Women and Children. A Specialty. PHONE OFFICE MAIN 4956. 2100 Arapahoe St. Denver DR. W. J. COTTRELL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Diseases of women a Specialty. !9 TO 12*. M 2 TC 5 P. M. TTO 9 P M Sunday, 1 to 3 p. in. Office and Res. 2100 Arapahoe St. Over Ideal Pharmacy. Phone Main 4956. OFFICE \ 9 TO II a M. 49-60 GOOD BLR. HOURS) I 104 P.M. TCL.aro eoe. ( 7 TO 8 p.m. DR. P. E. SFEATLIN. Residence: 2226 Clark:on street. Telephone York 123