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The Daily Sentinel.
Vol. 9. WE’RE beach e out after new trade, and at the same time taking excellent care of the trade that is already ours. If you haven't been dealing here, there never was a better time to begin. Note these prices and come and see us. Lunch Box 20c Letter File 30c Fine Buggy Whip 30c Bread Box 56c 3 Quart Water Bottle 00c Big Clothes Basket 80c Wash Bowl and Pitcher __sl.4o THE BAZAAR 440 MAIN STREET. BOSTON GANDY KITCHEN H. M. GRAHAM, PROP. A Big New Stock. Everything in Candies. All Made at Home. Fresh and Pure Goods. Big Christmas Stock. We Shall Make It the Representative Store in Its Line in the City. Watch for Our New Display in Window. New Management. New Ideas. H. M. GRAHAM PROPRIETOR. The Services of a Professional Candy Maker have beeD Secured. MAYO & ENDNER LilsrilM Book Cliff Coal, Lump • $3 00 Book Cliff Coal, Nut - 300 P. V. Coal, Lump - 3 50 P. V. Coal, Nut - 3 25 Hard Coal from car -7 00 — l Telephone; G. 4. H. R. BULL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Surgeon for D, A R. G, end Rio Grande Weetern. OFFICE: Rooms 6 and 7 .Canon RESIDENCE: First and White. Those who are choice in their selection of hoi* id ay presents' are Fotografer Dean’s patrons. Get your face there on time, and remember we have a select line of new things in pic turesand picture frames at FOTOGRAFER DEAN. Grand Junction. Colorado. Tuesday, November 26. 1901. Queen’s Illness Due to Quarrel. Amsterdam, Nov. 25 Before his mar* riage, Prince Henry, consort of Quesn Wilhelmina. lived for a time at a pace beyond hie means, and fell into the hinds of money lenders. The debts he contracted were to be settled after his marriage with the rich young queen. Quite recently Henry made a clean breast of the matter, to her majesty. Upon learning all the particulars, she declined point blank to pay her con - sort’s debts. A very violent scene took place between them, which ended in Henry rushing away to Germany and Wilhelmina being taken ill. Premature birth of the queen’e little one followed. It is said that only the most implorirg telegrams sent to him by the queen’e mother, Queen Emma, induced Henry to return to Holland. The queen’s mother is anxious to preserve appearances at least. Since his return to Holland, Henry has not been once to the palace where bis queen is, though she is still in a dangerous condition. As proof of the serious character of the queen’s illness, in spite of all reas suring reports to the contrary, may be mentioned the fact that the recent of ficial gazette did not contain a single royal command, which is an unprece dented state of things. U. S. Buy San Juan Hill. Santiago de Ouba, Nov. 25 —During his recent visit here Gen. Wood bought for the government the principal portion of the San Juan battlefield, including San Juan bill, the site of the block house and Bloody Bend. The tract comprises 200 acres and coet $15,000 It will be considered a United States reservation, and the government intends to lay out a beautiful park on the old battlefield. Heir Born to Vanderbilt. New York, Nov 25. At 10 o’clock last night Mrs. Alfred G. Vanderbilt, former ly Mies Elsie French, gave birth to a boy weighing 9 pound-*, at her home in this city. Alfred G. Vanderbilt is the head ''f the Vanderbilt family, and the boy born tonight, if he lives, will be the heir to more than $100,000,000. Fee Refused. Baltimore, Nov. 25—Iisdor Rayner, chief counsel for Hear Admiral W. S. Schley in the recent hearing before the court of inquiry, has refused to accept a fee for hie services. A mutual friend of the admiral and Mr Rayner stated that the admiral recently sent a valuable gold watch to Mr. Rsyner and a brooch of diamonds and pearls to Mrs. Rayner. Concert Band Program. The following program of music will be reodered by Alexander’s band pre ceding the ball, Thursday night, Novem ber 28th, at the State Armory: March —"The Buffaloes”.... Engelmann (with vocal chorus) Schubert’s Serenade. .Francis Schubert Solo for elide trombone —"The Holy City” Adams Edward Hensgen (formerly of Broadway theater, Denver.) March—“Tannhauser”.. Richard Wagner Dance of the Giraffes S. E Morris (humoresque) Gao. F. Alexander, Director. Grand Hotel Register. E. A. Peifer, Milwaukee; E. F. Rice, Rochester; G. F. Cutter and J. E. Ryley, St. Loui9; George Packer jr. and F C. Toby, Denver; W. J. McGuire, J. A. Uhl and and Ad. Feltenetein, Chicago; Geo. I. Briggs, New York. Fred W. Rockwell is among today’s visitors in the city. The board of Aldermen meet tonight in adjourned session. The young Bon of M. J. Walsh is quits ill with typhoid fever. Fred Rockwell and son Robert of Coll baan are in the city today. The foot ball boys will go to Meeker tomorrow to play their Thanksgiving game. Father Burke of Delta, who spent the paat weak in thie city, left yesterday for his home. A marriage license was issued yester day to John B. Nolan and Effie P. Gill of Whitewater. Fred Lugsr of the Luger Furniture Company of Minneapolis was calling on W. H. Bannister yesterday. Just received rubber goode. Call and inepect them and our price#. Then we ere sure to eellyou. Red Croee Phar macy. The hoard of county commissioners has been in eeeeion all day. The busi neee was taken up from the work on hand at the last aeaeion. The Schumann Optra Company played at the Park last night to a large and ap preciative audience. The concert was excellent. Lack of apace prevente an extended notice. L M. Miller and W. R. Johnson re turned home thie morning from Port land, Oregon, where they have been in the interest of the Globe Cabinet Com pany. The gentlemen controlled the eale of the cabinet in that state and from their appearance and smiles they en joyed a large degree of prosperity. Death of Joseph H. Bowers. This morning at 3 o'clock Joseph H. Bowers died at his home on West Main street in the Crawford addition, after an illness of nearly three months For ten years past Mr. Bowers has suffered at tacks from Bright’s disease of the kid neys, but the last was too seveie for him to withstand and he finally succumbed. The deceased was one of the pioneer settlers of this city and has been a per manent resident here ever since. He was the owner of considerable property and was respected and esteemed by all who knew him. He was a member of the Grand Army of the Republic, having spent several years in active service. It was in the swamps of the south that he contracted the disease that flually re suited in bis death. Besides being a member of the G. A. R. he was also a Blue Lodge Mason and highly esteemed by all the brethren of that order. The deceased leaves to mourn his loss a widow and three daughters, Mrs. Chaa. Menschinger, Mrs. Thomas Snook and Miss Katie Bowers, all residing in this city, and all present at the time of death. The family has the sympathy of a wide circle of friends in this their hour of be reavement. The funeral services will be held at the late residence of the deceased in the Crawford addition, by J. C. Veeder, pas tor of the Methodist church at Fruita, at 1 o’clock Wednesday afternoon. The services will be conducted by the Ma sonic order. Undertaker Gourley has charge of the funeral arrangements. The interment will be made in Orchard Mesa cemetery. Judge for Yourselves. The following short program will be played by the full band tomorrow night at Armory hall, beginning promptly at 8:30 o’cldck. Come out and listen to your home or ganization. Every ticket purchased is that much towards maintaining the or ganization which the city ought to be proud of, being composed of all-home talent. "Evening Bells” and "The Dawn of Love" are two numbers of the pro gram that have been all the rage the past season in the eastern cities, and they certainly will please a Grand June tion audience. We need not make men tion of the good qualities of the "Poet and Peasant” overture, as everyone is aware that this overture can only be played by first-claee bands. De Cake Winner two-step Bracket Poet And Peasant overture Suppe Evening Bells idylie Eilenberg J‘The Dawn of Love” Morceau Carac teristique Bendix The first two numbers of the dance program will be played by the full band. The grand march will be led by Mr. and Mrs. Alex Strutbers. March Commonwealth Hall Concert Waltzes, Old Time College Songs Missnd J. B. Boyer, Manager. Bloody Bull Fight. Mexico City, Nov. 25. —The bull fight ing season in Mexico opened thie after noon with Mazzantini, the famous Span ish matador, in the arena. Many prom inent people in the social and political world of Mexico, including cabinet min isters, were present. Two boxes were occupied by members of the United States delegation to the Pan-American conference and parties of Mexican friends. The fight was re markable for slaughter of horses, 12 be ing gored to death. A Night Express Train on the Nickel Plate Road. A change of schedule for departure of train No. 6 from Chicago on the Nickel Plate Road, provides a convenient express train for Ft. Wayne, Findlay, Fostoria, Cleveland, Erie, Dunkirk, Buffalo, New Y’ork City, Boston and all points east, leav ing Chicago daily at 11:20 p.m., reaching New York City at 6:60 second morning, Bos ton 10:07 second morning; also all other points east of Buffalo on same time as here tofore. Sleeping car open for reception of passengers to retire at their convenience, after 9:30 p m. Daily train from Chicago at 10:35 a.m. reaches New* York City following afternoon at 3:30 o’clock, Boston 5:20. Daily train from Chicago at 2:30 p in. reaches New York at 7:35 p.m. next day. Through vestibuled sleeping car. Meals served in Nickel Plate dining cars, on individual Club Meal plan, ranging in price from 36c to sl. No excess fares on any train of the Nickel Plate Road. Chicago depot, Vanßuren street and Pa cific avenue, on the Elevated Loop. For further information, write John Y. Calahan, general agent. 111 Adams street, Chicago. The Bargain House ie the place to go for your Christmas presents. MILLDfILE Lots in the new Addition of ! » Milldale east of the flouring ( 1 mill are now for tbe first time « ’ placed on the market .-. i [ Present prices range from $4O < \ to $5O per lot with 20 per cent. J, discount to those building j > houses. The advantages of , ’ the city with no city taxes to ( ’ pay. Get in on the ground < \ floor Any reasonable terms 1 , will be made 1 , C. B. RICH, Agent. :■ ■ —-—* m Get Our Prices on FURNITURE & CARPETS Before buying. Celebrated Charter Oak I And all kinds of House Furnishings Ranges. Highest grade goods for price. | See our Comforts and Blankets Shades, Pictures and Picture Frames. A. L. GOURLEY, Funeral Director and Embalmer. License No. 66. 'PHONES 35-2 and 35-4. f waiiswDrin & sonl !; FRESH GROCERIES, j I : [ FRESH MEATS, ; 1 ; [ FRESH VEGETABLES ; I ;; and FRESH FRUITS < [ ;t ALWAYS IN stock.!; DOWREY’S RAILROAO STORE .GROCERIES, FRUITS AND MEATS M. J. WALSH, Proprietor. OUR ’PHONE IS 17-6. \ pifl-SEAS ONSP ECIAL.I \ C h We have just received a line of the latest novelties in 7 m p 7 the market direct from one of the largest importers in Lj the country. Give us a call and we will show you 5? Goods and Prices That Will Interest You. li 407 Main Street M. H. LOEFFLER p Notice of Sale of Stock. In accordance with the provisions of the by-laws of the Grand Valley Irrigation Com pany, and in accordance with the instruc tions of the board of directors of said com pany by resolution passed and adopted Sep tember 4th, 1901, wherein I am directed to advertise and sell so much of the stock of the delinquent stockholders as may be ne cessary to pay the delinquent assessments together with interest and costs. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that on Wednesday, the 27th day of Novem ber, 1901, at the hour of 10 o’clock a.m., at the office of the company in Grand Junc tion, Colorado, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, so much of the stock of the following named stockholder as may be necesaary to pay the amounts due thereon, to-wit:— Cert. Shares Amt. W H Bannister 239 32 $3O 40 W H Burkitt 405 120 21 80 JvV Dowd 717 64 112 00 AJ Ditlinger 1037 96 12 50 Maggie Holt 484 36 19 15 J H Luhrs 820 32 27 78 J W Lewis 680 22 14 30 Louis R Morehead 1051 9 8 55 Franklin H Pierce 892 10 8 00 Win E Sweet 618 32 20 80 Nathan Whitmeyer 1016 25 16 25 A A Woolsey 1094 16 15 20 The Fruita Imp. Co 1193 640 416 00 The Fruita Imp Co 1190 1120 1419 05 Dated at Grand Junction, Colorado, this 16 th dayof November, 1901. W. S. WALLACE. Secretary. You will never be satisfied with your selection of Christmas gifts unless you get them at tbs Bergsin House. 50c. Per Month. Music. Private Instructions Given on Piano, Violin, Guitar, Mandolin and all Orchestral and Band Instruments. Nothing but standard up to date material or methods used. Band and orchestra furnished for all oc casions. Headquarters at The Thompson Jeweiry it Music Co. Music room corner Cth & Chipeta. S M BOYER Director Boyer’s Orchestra, Ladies’ Columbine Band, Citizens Band. Telephone B, 5 and 6. L. F. Physician and Surgeon Burgeon for Color «do Midland, D. A R. G. end Rio ctranue meaiern. OFFICE: Booms 1A X, C<‘-~ e Bank Did BBMIDBNCE: White Bt. twwwn Bth and Rtf SAMUEL N. WHEELED Attorney-at-Law Grand Junction, Colorado