Last week was oueof.sorrow in this
city owing to an accident that oc
curred at the intersection of U tah and
Iron streets, by a freight train back
ing into a trolly car of one hundred
passengers of which ten lost their
lives. Two of the number were col
ored, Met dames Josephine Jacobs
and Sadie Smith. These women were
among Butte’s most highly and re
spected citizens. Mrs. Smith had
lx»n a zealous worker in the A. M. E.
Cbuach from childhood and organist
for a number of years. Mrs Jacobs
has resided in Butte since 1895, and
was untiring in her efforts towards
the advancements of the Church of
Christ. Neither could not be excelled
in anything they undertook for the
church but were not members of any
church. The funeral services were
held from the A M. E. Church Wed
nesday afternoon at 3:33. The ser
vices were very impressive. The
choir was in charge of Mrs. C. P.
Smith and as two white caskets were
borne to the altar, preceded by the
minister, the organist, Mrs. Jackscn.
played softly “Flee as a Bird.”
It was a sad yet beautiful sight ow
ing to the elaborate display of floral
offerings contributed by relatives and
friends of the departed ones.
IX MEMOBT ot MIS. SAWE SMITH.
Thy fingers that were so active here,
To play u|K)n God’s Inxliuinent to
The hearts of those that sonow filled
By the grim minster death they are
But, when from the celestial choir
The Savior shall delegate the heaven
To go to yonder world below
And say to Sadie, sleep no more.
CORN ROAST and GRAND
At Loveland, Thursday, Sept. 7th,
trains via C AS. will leave Denver
nt 8:15 and 10:10 am., and Loveland
returning at 7;.’10 p. in. with round
trip rule of $1 60. Races mil be con
tinued on “'th nnd Otb. and there will
tie a one fare rate on 7, 8 and Ulh
good until the 10th.
LIKE FINDING MONEY
Finding health is like finding mon
ey, so think those who are sick
When you have a cough, cold, sore
throat, or < best irritation, better act
promptly like W. C. Bather, of Sandy
Lertl, V«. He says: "I had a terri
ble che«t trouble, caused by smoke
and coal dust on my lungs; but, after
finding no relief in other remedies, I
was cured by'Dr. King’s New Diacor
erf for Consumptions, Coughs and
Gilds.” Greatest sale of any cough
or lung m-dicine in the world At
Jas. Hullinger Si Co’s, drug store,
23rd and Larimer Sts. hCcand SI.OO
guaranteed. Trial bottle fine.
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
The swellest social event undertak
en in recent days by young people
was the banquet of the .Ebert Alumni
at Fire Points Hall Thursday eve.
mug. Around the festal board was
gathered the representative young
people of the city both those who are
attending school end those who have
laid down books for life’s labor. Cha
Hall made a very efficient toast mas
ter. After partaking of a goodly
spread served by nrs. John Turner,
the guests responded to toasts of
their own choosing. The Ebert boys
had a contest of their own toasting,
serious and witty sayings (lowiug with
honey sweetness from their lips. Car
sie Morris and Edward Plummer tied
for the trophy, so the judges thought,
and on the drawing of straws, Plum
mer won. Holley's orchestra fur
Those present were, Messrs. Jackson
Slade, Mason. Anderson, Wright, Wal
ker, Franklin, Hubbard, Hums, Hall,
Knight. Williams, Clark, Williams,
Hall, Plummer and Morris, the last
eight are members of the Alumni As
sociation which acrid as host, and
Misses Howaal, Clark, Hedapeth,
Woods, Thrashley, PuMam, Burns,
Montgomery, Henry, Montgomery,
Carper, Andrews. Hubbard, Jones,
Barnes. Bruce, Vass, Lyons and
Rev. O. W. Ward, pastor of 13th
Street Baptist Church, Covington,
Ky., will preach at Central Church j
Sunday evening at S o'clock. Rev. j
Ward is Commandor-in chief of the j
colored department of G. A. R. At
the morning service the pastor will j
pleach a special sermon to the G. A.
K. Ihe choir will render special run-;
sic and the church will be decorated;
in national colors.
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The LoninTille Liqnor House, 24th
•nd Larimer street, ip headquarters to
Haj the bon* ami iu the citj
Telephone 1396, Ed Lett in, proprie
tor. Sole for Eastern distil
leries and Santa Kosa vineyard. All
other houses are left iu the shade
He Las no rent to pay so he cau aud
*i!l sell cheaper t&an ever. Give
bin a cal).
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