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His clothes and general air of curi osity denoted that he had come from the country. The young woman who clung timorously to his arm had the air of a bride. The two cautiously en tered the Tombs prison and asked the keeper if they might see the prisoners. "We have come all the way from Rahway, N. J., on our honeymoon, and this is the only place wo both wanted to see." explained the man. They went through the famous pris on and displayed the keenest interest In everything that was shown them. As they passed along the murderers' row the sweet young thing crept closer to her protector. “O, George." she sighed, *Td hate lo have to stay uere “ "It would be all right If I was with you. wouldn’t It, pet?" asked George, chivalrously. “Of course." she replied. “Aren’t we going to lire together always?’*— New York Sun. Not Worth the Price. A messenger boy who lakes very literally the statement in our Declara tion of Independence that all men art born free and equal walked into Sena tor Depev’s presence the other day with a note, which he threw down be fore the senator with scant ceremony. Mr. Depew looked a little surprised, bu: he said nothing. However, when the hoy proceeded to drum upon the desk and hum an air from "Woodland Mr Depew looked up with a frown aud asked sternly; "Young man. do you think this Is a music hall?" The boy looked about the room con (emptoutfl). T guess not!" he *ai« “I wouldn't pay a quarter to come In he ref* Profit in Diversified Crops. It taken a hard blow at the pocket book, such as a crop lallurc. to show «om«* people the advantages of divers ified farming Every poor wheat war has been followed by the rit,v.-i at it ntlon to other crops Id the localities w here the failure was most felt. Th. i experiences hare taught the farmer* that wheat land w!ll do splendidly fO2 other thinlps bealdea wheat, and that some of the other crops bring more re liable rcttirns."Mlni»eapolla Joon.a!. It All Depends. Giles—"Ho* far Is It from ycsr bouse to the nearest saloon 7 ’ Smiles—“ Well. It Is three ir.las.Ua walk from ray house la fhe salron 13.1 aboa; thirty mlnuies' walk baelt * Prince Has Will of His Own. Previous to his marriage the other day the Oerman crown prince had shown a will of hit own la affairs id the heart. On two occasions he gave evidence of Infatuation for American girls, one of them an opera singer who won celebrity at the Royal opera house In Berlin, Both of these affairs wee gall and wormwood to his father, the Kaiser. Even worse, the young mao positively refused to fall In love with the first royal partner picked out fot him. Princess Thyra of Denmark. The emperor peremptorily ordered him to betroth himself to the girl. "Not fot the whole Oerman empire," sturdily replied the youngster, "Be silent, air; It Is my royal will,” “Your royal will shall not bargain my heart to a woman I do not love." That ended the Den mark project. THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO. A BACHELOR'S THOUGHTS. Platonic lore U the prologue to lb* (Ml thing. When a widow goes gunning for No. t (be uses smokeless powder. Spinsterhood is often the flirt's pun ishment for contempt of court. Some girls do their sleighing in Jan nary and their slaying in June. A secret is something a woman geta another woman to help her keep. The woman who wears a calico dress to church has the right brand of religion. A woman will jump at a conclusion almost -z quickly as she will at sight of a mouse. There are no female pugilists—yet women frequently handle each other without gloves. Lot’s wife probably passed some other woman and looked back to see what she bad on. Some men go to war because they can't get married, and some because they can't get a divorce. Girls who are always harping on the .Ighta of women are apt to get left In the matrimonial deal. Divorces are so common now that they are no longer considered good theatrical advertisements. The wise husband not only lets his wife have the last word, but is tickled nearly to death when she reaches It A lady writer says the coming wom an will have her own bank account 1 kave been waiting for her several years. EPPY GRAMS. Der ruges of debt Is a bill collector. If figures doan d lie, vy do dey make dress Improver*? Der mas mlt der continuous skats | nsfer cuts no Ice. Alimony la der Latin nams for der microbe of divorce. Talk Is cheap, but der campaign or* stioner gets loud rages. Der most faithful follower of der races Is a empty pocketbook. It vas a noisy moment In a man's Ufo ven his rife Is speechless mlt rage, Some mens vas alvays on der onld look tor somevun to drive dem to drink. The prohibitionists will kick Just as hard as any other man when ho finds water In the milk. A woman should never cease pray ing for her husband; It may not avail anything, but It will keep her out of Dlschli f. It always hurts a girl more or less when her best fellow happens to cell with a two-days’ growth of whiskers on his chin. THE WESTERN COLLE6E w«——— Macon, - - - Missouri Th* WdMt Chrtatu* I—BUM— la th« Wnl ita tralolag h •Maprah—alv* »4 ta—fft ha gratfuat— Uk* high raala COURSE* OP ITUDYi ACADEMIC (Cl.talc.l and Solantlflo) Pr«t«rM tor I—nhtaa harta—a tad grrfi—ton' Ma ENGLISH PREPARATORY Thar—<h (anadrtka Md ft th* riaiafT ktada BUSINESS - __ MUSICAL taitroeti— fftaa art Oaa tad ft M (Mhn rtd In—> MANUAL TRAINING _ *>““*• *"** W-tl * THEOLOGICAL fufim lAdtel Mi blhlmm wlhe AOVANTAQBSi hmiw gnaU—J mna rt rtsdrt to* an— Fall Term Begins 2d Monday In September 9m gaaaral tnfUmiftfta —tt KJV. J. ft rOM, p—-a • m. W. ft OLjUKXN, aka gr—Uaat hoard, Oak— laha, Orta For uatatoc— tad i«ir—il»i« artta nmin moo Ltuax MftOQaa, a. ft, ft ft. O Love of God. *' Lo\e of how strong and true! Kt tii.i and t-v«*r anew: ! »i'-< mprt bended and unbought. • *“> knowledge and all ' thought! O heavenly Lorn, how precious still! In davs of weariness and 111. In nights ef pain and helplessness. To heal, to comfort and to bless. O vide -• rr bracing. wondrous Love. We rend thee In the sky above; We read thee In the «arth below. In >•. - that .".veil and streams that flow* We road thee best In Him that cam© To l«ar ft ! us the cross of shame. ■vnt b> the Father from on high. Our life to live, our death to die. O Love of r.od. our shield and stay rhroiiKh all the perils of our way; Sternal Love. In thee we rest. Koreit-r safe, forever blest. —Horallus Ronar. Nickname for Servian King. An extraordinary nickname has been given to King Peter of Servia. The name Is “Peter Prvovjencanl,” mean* Ing Peter the first-crowned, a title which was assumed In 1195 by Stephen Pros, who was really entitled to It, being the first Servian king to bt crowned. Railways on Mount Blanc. There may bo two railways to tha top of Ml. Blanc. fwiUlflM L'HMHIJ |^GP/\VING^J 1516 Orman Avenue. PUEBLO, COLO, B . Saturdays and Sundays Mrs. Annie Davis ICE CREAM PARLOR The Patronage of the Public ia Solicited