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For the first time for some days
there will be only one event in the week and it is so’good that it will make up for the lack of numbers. A quartet of juvenile stars will make its debut on the local stage Wednesday night at East Turner Hall. Besidu there will be other good numbers and dancing. The Desire to Accommodate. There Is nothin? people appreciate more than being served by those who really enjoy accommodating them. What a comfort, at a strange hotel, especially to be served by those who seem anxious to please us, who seem to take real pleasure in making us feel at home and comfortable. There Is no one quality which ' help youth along more rapidly Hi. ; the cultiva tion of this desire to please, to accom modate. It appeals to everybody, It creates a good impression. A surly, impudent Pullman porter often destroys the pleasure of a whole journey on a train. An Impudent clerk in a hotel office can make every body in the house uncomfortable, and such service is dear even if it could be had for nothing. It is noticeable that a boy who al ways tries to help wherever he can and to make everybody comfortable, who is accommodating in everything, is very popular and. other things be ing equal, most likely to be promoted. Germany’s Future Empress. Every one says that the crown prin cess Is charming ami amiable and If the stories told o) her he true “die kleiue Cecile" has plenty pi sense and shrewdness and a pretty wit of her own. Even as a small child she was not easily overawed and many were the pranks her high spirit led her into. Once she was naughty enough to be sent to bed. when her worthy pastor paid her a. visit and lectured her on her sins. The little culprit listened with apparent meek ness for a time, then saying, "But can you do this V she put an end to the lecture by turning a dexterous somersault under the reverend gen tleman’s nose. A pickle and a tomboy she certainly was, hut the servants In her old home all adored her. and those of them who were too old to retain their posts owed much, of the bright ness of their live- to the visits and attentions she paid Jhcm. Gold Mining In Japan. Since the beginning of the war the Japanese government has encouraged gold mining. The remit has been over t( 000 worth of gold In JapM • nit asaii* M ffitch la Penr-ass- THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. COMING EVENTS WHY NOT BUY YOUK LIQUORS OF ED LEWIN The Louisville Liquor House, 24th and Larimer street, is headquarters to buy the best and cheapest in the city Telephone 139 C, Ed Lewin, proprie tor. Sole agent for Eastern distil leries and Santa llosa vineyard. All other bouses are left in the shade He has no rent to pay so be can and will sell cheaper than ever. Give him a call. FUTURE SHOULD BE EASY. Newspaper M.n Surely Ha* Woes Enough on Earth, The Ignorance of the average cltl- ' zen In regard to the inner workings of i a newspaper is something remarkable. 1 Some of them appear to think that | everybody on the newspaper, from the | oflice boy to the editor In chief, writes I or is responsible for everything that ; appears In •at-h number. It Is not al* • together an uncommon experience for ; a newspaper writer to be accosted on | the street, and remonstrated with j about a certain Item that appeared In ■ his paper. .After a brief cross exam ination. It becomes apparent that the ; Item referred to was a dispatch from some distant quarter of the globe. 1 Purely, the overworked newspaper ] man has a lot to put up with. He i should have an easy “sit” in the here after, whether he works on a gilt leaf Journal, published In Paradise, or an asbestos sheet, published some where else. l.os Angeles Times. Keep a Grip on Yourself. To !o«V ( m to ]l/‘0 the ■-y ?<» an > . ia ini. No woman who • an net hold I radf In hand <an ex» I ip( t :u hold other*, l! has been well I -l any discussion or die* ! M- . ; , * iif ,v Irh another, If you are ; ?i ■ho vrnng }ou <an not afford to yo-.r temper, and if you are lQ • ■ t.fre !■< ro O" as lon to. Or, h;> wittily put it: *Po»« !•* < i i■- n:i.» points of the law; sell* •vs ?.‘>ion Is ten." Ward T" The oldest Auction house in Colorado■ Sales Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1728-30 Arapahoe, St Phone Main 4956 We pay for the return of all our marked bottle#. THE IDEAL DRUG STORE DR- E. L. FACLKNEH 1863 Arapahoe Street. Fresh Candies All flavors of Soda Nut Sundaes Brand new stock of Druggists' Sundries, Patent and Proprietary Remedies Prescriptions filled at any hour of Night Goods Delivered Anywhere DR FAULKNER «nd DR. SPHATIIN. Prorrloton. MRS. NANNIE KING. Prop. The Little Cottage Dining Room. 1936 Arapahoe Street. Surpassing Cuisine--Quick Service-Three Meals daily—Regular Dinner at Noon. Special Sunday Dinner from 12 lo 3 r. in. WESTERN UNIVERSITY. The great Educational Institution for Kansas and the West DEPARTMENTS: Theological, College. Academic. Noimal. SubNoinuil and State Industrial. COURSES; Classical. College-preparatory, Academic, Normal, Sub Normal, Musical, (Instrumental and Vocal), including piano, organ and harmony, Drawing (Tine art and Me cbanical), Carpentry, Printing and Book binding, Busi ness Course, Stenography and Typewriting, Tailoring Dressmaking and Plain Sewing, Cooking, Laundering. Farming sad Gardening. ADVANTAGES; Splendid Location, Healthful Climate, Good Influences and Thorough Teachers from the leading schools of America including Lincoln, University of Kansas, Wit berforce, Tuskegee and Hampton. INFORMATION: For terms, prices and all inducements offered, write to WILLIAM T. VERNON. A.M., D.D.. Pres. Quindaro, Kansas. Bell Phones. Office White 4302; Res. West 15. Hion TTT 1 \TTT Untie tan jon IA/ A f\J I the best thta yon fY Xlly 1 to *et The Harris Orchestra Seven Selected Soloists J. O. HARRIS, Manager. 2218 Clarkson Street. Tel. Blue 1668.