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THE WHY OF POVERTY.
“Why are people poor?" was the question discussed at a recent meet ing of a Newark women’s clifS). The answers were many and wide apart Here are a few of them, boiled down: Drink. Laziness. Charge Accounts. * Inability to plan far ahead. The desire to outshine one’s neigh bors. Indifference of men to the needs of heme. Lavish display of goods by store keepers. Woman’s ignorance of domestic economy. High food prices and buying in small quantities. The habit of doing without necessi ties to squander for luxuries. THE WESTERN COLLEGE Maooo, ... Missouri The eidMt OtrMUa hnOtaCo* (■ the Wtrt ft* trelMo* h Mn#r*h«utv« m 4 ttumufc Re gruluitee Uke *l*k iwk COURSES OP STUDYi ACADEMIC (Classics! «nd Scientific) Prepere* far tenths fIMS aM trnfMrtmul kfa BNGL.ISH PREPARATORY TtaraS lonatalfaS faHh fa diisfag tnMfak BUSINESS MUSICAL* faetraotfae w fan m 4 C«m ifa fa fafa OUfaM MU marmot* MANUAL* TRAINING ajMMMSfafa CMUI* Set Bfarfanfas SMfaS TH 001*001 CAL* ■HfiNi lAdnl |M4tsn 9b4 nißlEßflcy vMlhe ADVANTAGES I faSr faMtfaTLMMM'aMn fa* nSr* 1 * v Pall Term Begins 2d Monday in September Mr pwil tmtirnifafah encsun RSV, L K. roxa, Dare m nr. w. fa HJUHIXK, Am m>i& cat boar< Oofans* sAa <fafa Mr MfafaCM ui IMttMfan, TTtfa rumomn M iamom boedqos, m. u, s n. fate Mfa—« THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Famous Aged Women. An Intrepid and enterprising com piler has recently prepared the follow ing Interesting list of the famous women now living who have passed the scriptural limit of years; 107—Kate Livingston, Scotch. 101—Viscountess Glenworth, Eng lish. 95 —Elizabeth C. Adams, American. 91—Duchess of Abercorn, English. 91—Baroness Burdett-Couts, Eng* lish. 90—Princess Matternich, Austrian. 86 —Clementine of Saxe-Coburg, Ger man. 85—Caroline Severance, American. 85—Mary A. Sadler. Canadian. 85—Julia Ward Howe, American. 85 —Susan B. Anthony, American. 84—Leticia Tyler Semple, American. 84 —Anne Whitney, American. 84 —Fannie Crosby. American. 84—Florence Nightingale, English. 84 —Adelaide Rlstori, Italian. 84 —Mary Baker G. Eddy, American. 82—Julie A. Carney, American. 80 —Adelina D, T. Whitney. Ameri can. 79—Julia C. R. Dorr, American. 78 —Ex-Empress Eugenie, Spanish. 78 —Mrs. Jefferson Davis, American. 76—Blanche Marchesl, French. 75 —Mrs. W. G. Jones, Scotch. 74—Clara Barton. American. 73—Amelia E. Barr, English. Missouri 1516 Orman Avenue, i kiLLthe COUCH PUEBLO, COLO. [Iand CURE the LUNC8 Saturdays and Sundays ■"Dr.King’s j —— New Discovery Mrs. Annie Davis /Consumption phc« FOR I OUGHSand 50c i $1.00 » ICE CREAM PARLOR F "' Tri ‘ L . — I. ■— Surest and Quickest Cure for all —— tjjroAT and LUNG TBOUB- The Patronage of the Public is Solicited The Golden Chest Mining, Milling and Tunnel Co. Incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado CAPITALIZATION 250.000 Shares. TREASURY STOCK 125,000 Shares. Par Value $ 1.00, t Series B. Block of 26,000 Shares st 26 cents [>er share now !s the time to miy wont iney are at a low ligure aua in the reach of all. One-tenth down and monthly payment* of 16 .00. Write postal card for circular for full information or call at office. 1223 19lh street, Denver. Colo. G- C. SAMI’! K Secy BOARD OF DIRECTORS DR. W. J, COTTRELL, REV. .1 E UOUU, Practicing physician Denver. Pastoi Zion Baptist ct.urcb J i J. W. JACK SOS J R LEWIS. f ON (1.0 SAMPLE. DR, P. E SPRATL1N member Colorado Legislature. C A. KRtSKLIN. Boilor Stalearoan. ► 4| We are now pleased to announce to } i the public that wo are now locating at } 20671 Larimer street with all kinds of a 3 hair goods and ornamental goods of ' s all kinds and we also announce we 4 have a full line of millinery in the r 4 latest Parisian style in bats and bon- r 4 nets of all kinds. r j Miss Genevieve Hallowell, prop. Mrs. J. R. Halloweli, mgr. . « [ irv s/vvvv svvwwvvwwvvw't THOS CLINGMAN ■ 4 iPc-c-C, * + J Cigars and Smoking Tobaccos j Every accommodation for pleasure seekers. A —— | homo’(or strangers, p Agent Dr. Perkins’ American Herbs ' ' I PHONE 392 BLACK. | Four of the most Jesired spots in Ameri a