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CONDOLENCE. Whereas it has pleased Almighty God to remora from our midst our much beloved siMer, Jane Smith, who baa been a good, faithful, and true Ruth for the period of 20 years, Be it resol red, that we, the House Hold, do deeply feel her lost, as the ‘‘vacant chair" can never be filled. As this is the second golden link that has been broken in three weeks in our or der, we must look to, and ask our heavenly father to hral a double sor sow as he has always answered a Ruth prayrr. Be it further resolved, that we ex tend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family, and especially her niece, who so tenderly cared for her 1 during the long and weary months of her illness which nothing but love can give us the strength and pa'ience to do for each other. Dear Sister thou hast left us, And thy loss we deeply feel; But this God that has bereft us. He can ail our sorrow heal. Be it resolted. that a copy of this condolence be sent to the family, and each of the papers, aud spread on the minutes of the Household. Committee on Condolence, MARTHA E RILEY NELLIE WALKER MARY E. HOLMES. Wbeieas, it lias pleased Almighty God to remove from our midst our mrsl belort 1 sister, Eliza Tolbert, who has been a good faithful member of the Household of Ruth for the pe riod of eleven years. Beit resolsed, that the Household do deeply feel her lost, as the vacaut. chair can never be filled, but we have to look to and risk our heavenly fath-1 er for strength. , Be it further resolved, that we aym I pathize with the bereaved husliand , and her sister who so ten Jerly cared for her during her long and weary | months of Miner*. Be it reselved, that a copy of this condolence be ssnl to the family and to each of the col ired papers and spread upon the minutes of the Household, Committee on Condolence, H.UTIE PAYNE Wilson. Turner & Co. Proprietors « Home Cooking Exchange (j AND CHILE PARLOR Our Cooking will please you First Class Service 1119 Eighteenth Street. THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO F. T. BRUCE MARY E. HOLMES Origin of Modern Home. In the Middle Ages there were tw foiras of house, the castle, built o: stone and designed especially for de fense, and the miserable hut of the peasant, built of timber and stucco and thatch. When feudalism fell anrt the world became more secure, the modern home, designed for residence and not for defense, replaced the fort ress. Value of Elephants. An African elephant Is of value only for Its Ivory, of which a full grown animal yields from $250 to $300 worth. On the other hand, a working Indian elephant can not be bought for less than $2,500 to $3,000. This is because of the greater Intelligence of the Asiatic animal, which makes him valu able as a servant. Some Doctors Are So Finicky. An eminent physician declares that two hours of sleep before midnight are worth six after that hour, but that doesn't mean that he Is perfectly will ing to have you call him out of bed at 3 o'clock in the morning to come over and tell you why the baby doesn't go to sleep.—Somerville Journal. The Bravest Men. Undoubtedly the bravest class of men that ever trod the earth have been the poets. They could say more fool things about such sentiments as love, and get away with them, than all the rest of mankind would have the courage to stand for in a million years The Stradivarius. Stradlvarius violins are extremely rare, and of remarkable excellence In manufacture. Their age and their wonderful mechanical perfection nec essarily make them sweeter in tone than less perfect and more modern instruments. R1 A Scientific Wonder. The cures that stand to Its credit make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a sden tide wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford. lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case of Piles. It heals the worst Durn£, Sores, Rolls. Ulcers. Cuts, Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum. Only 25< at all druggists. Davis & Scott, Proprietors. THE RHINE CAFE, A fine resort for after-theater paitiea. 1 129-1 131 Nineteenth Street. The Rhiue is noted for its superior Privot/* l\ininO PftntTl service and is the wonder of the West. IllVdlC UlUlUg RUUIII Phone Main 5310. Ain M. COWDEH Hair Dressing PARLORS. Shampooing, Cuttle* and Curtins ejjj, B*';* All Hair Work made to order. Hair Tonic*. Scalp Treatments, Manlcur ing: Stage Wig* for rent for theat oHf* 1 rlcal use or mask Palls Cheapest switches. r." cents U<xsi* delivered out of the city. 1211 21st su. Denver. CoL I’l one 1797 Olive. THE NEW DANCING ACADEMY open every Thursday night from 7:30 to 10:30 for instruction. From 10:30 to 12:30 for social dances. Admission 25 cents. R. Phynix, Manager. MANITOU HALL, 1545 CHAMPA ST. For rent Mondays. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fri days for $l5. Call Thursday evening. 1351 Court Place. Phone Red 3144. The brand that’s always good” Baxters’ Bullheads 5 CENT CIGAR TdC'Baxlcr Cigar Co., Denver.