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THE DAILY SENTINEL.
Vol. X TOILET SOAPS WE HAVE THEM EDOM sc. to 50c. per caKe. For sale by C, D. SMITH &CO. ;*rIT PAYS TO TDADE WITH US. John B. Phillips, Pres. W. J. Moyer, Vice Pres. Max Buchmann, Cashier. L. Wickersham, Ast. Cash-er TDe Grand valley National sank. CAPITAL $50,000. ;*-There is absolutely no legit imate feature of the bank ing business for which we are not prepared. Foreign Exchange. Safety Deposit Vaults. The Salt Take Candy Co.’s famous Carnation Chocolate Creams HASKELL’S PHARMACY. FRANK LESLIE General COLLECTIONS. Call for Terms Office with Judge Jos. I’. Sweney 543 Main Street. INSUBE WITH G. B. Rich Fire, Life, Acc'dent, Plate Glass, and Health Insurance. Lowest rates consistent with safe under writing. Best companies. OFFICE OVER FAIR STORE. THE TASTE DISPLAYED in framing a picture either makes or mars its beauty. It costs no more to frame a picture right. We frame pictures at FOTOGRAFER DEAN’S. IN THE FIELD. The Socialist Party Ticket to Be Placed on the Ballot. The ticket, of the Socialist party was declared in the field thin morning by Judge Walter S. Sullivan. The soci alist party had.failed to comply with the rules which provide that a politi cal party shall file their certificate of nominations with the city cl irk with in five days after The holding of their convention. Not wishing to be cheat ed out of their vote by a pure techni cality the socialist party took the mat ter into the county court. The hear ing was set for yesterday afternoon at five o’clock but was continued until this morning at ten. Attorney Staley presented the city’s side of the case ; Attorney Logan appeared for the soci alist uartv. After hearing the argu ments and without calling any wit nesses Judge Sullivan rendered a de cision in favor of the socialist party. He said that he believed that it was the intent of the law that no man should be deprived of the privilege «»f voting for the principles of his heart by any purely technical non-observ ance*. This opinion is right in line with the position taken by The Senti nel in last night’s issue. GLEE CLUB COMING It will be most pleasing news to the many friends of Colorado College to learn that the Glee, Banjo and Man dolin Clubs of that popular institution will give a conceit at the Park Opera house on the evening of April 10th. Those who heard the clubs when they were here before have not forgotteu the masterly way in which the pro giaai was rendered, and they will look forward to the coming engage ment with exceptional interest, for the clubs are all larger and more care fully trained than over before*. The imhlic should not confuse this concert with another, which, it is reported, will be given shoitly by an entirely different club from unothor institu tion. A complete program and list of pa tronesses will be aimouced at a later date. A WOMAN SCORNED. Paris, March 80. —Much stir wa-t created here tliH afternoon by the news that a woman had attempted to kill Marcel Prevost, the well known novelist. It appears that as Prevost was near ing the office ot the Society of Men ol Letters, in the Rue Rougomout. where the election of officers for the coming year was in progress,*a stylishly dress ed young woman who gave her name as Milo Emma Touret, alighted quick ly from a carriage and filed two shots from a revolver at him in rapid suc cession, at the same time calling him by name. Both shots missed and the woman was about to fire the third when M. Prevost disarmed her. She was takeu into custody and al leged that she had known M. Prevost in London some time ago. His avoid ance ot her since that time, had prompted her to seek to avenge her self. She said she did not intend to kill the novelist. M. Prevost did not desire to follow up the matter and the woman waß set at liberty. CHARGE THEFT. Colorado Springs. March 80. —Dis- trict Attorney Trowbridge has pre pared information which will be filed tomorrow against City Building In spector E. G .Coray, charging misap propriation of funds. Coray is charged with embezzling water rents which his office collects. Coray has admitted receiving checks in payment of water rents and depos iting them to his personal credit at the bank. Tli« finance committee of the citv council lias employed an expert ac countant to check up the books of the inspector’s office. The amount of the misapproDriation is said to be large. The Rev. Chas. E. St. Jonh. D. D.. of Boston, secretary of the American Unitarian association will lecture on “American Uuitariauism’' at the court house. Thursday night. April 2nd, at 8 o’clock. The lecture is free and is given under the auspices oi the peoples’ church. Grand Junction, Colorado, Tuesday, March 31, 1903. THE MACCABEES Have a Social Time Last Evening at Lodge Room. A gala social was held in Odd Fol lows’ hall, Inst night. It was given by the Ladies and Sir Knights of the order of Maccabees. Many members of the lodge and a large number of friends were present The object ol the social as stated by W. H. Bannis ter in the opening address was to fa miliarize the friends of the order with its aims and to give all an op portunity to get acquainted with one another and have a good time. The following program was then ably rendered and much appreciated: Solo, Miss Estella Woods; recita tion. Onita O’Neil; song, Mrs. De la Mar; Recitation, Miss Bessie McCar ty; solo, Miss Buelah Sykes; recita tion, Miss Wood; soug, Frank Leslie; solo Miss Bessie McCarty. The mus ical numbers of Miss Sykes were of exceptional merit. She has a clear strong soprano voice. Her ragtime numbers made her one of the decided favorites and hits of the evening. “He Was a Prince,” a beautiful song, was given a fine rendering by Mrs. Abbey. We hesitate to pick out tiny of the re citations for special mention as at least three of them gave evidence ol unusual talent. When the program was finished, a good lunch was served aud this was followed by progressive high five The prize winners were Onita O’Neil, first prize tor ladies, aud B. Carroll, first prize for gentle men. Several times during the card playing, the attention of all was drawn to the front of the room where some of the talented persons present had been induced to sing Among these post-prorgam singers was Mr. Pollard. With his pleasing and powerful bass voice, he gave a num ber of selections, some ol them Sotoh songs. It was all told a most enjoya ble evening and could scarcely have been more of a success At The Park. Denman Thompson aud George W. Ryer s new rural comedy of New En gland life, “Our New Minister” which is now in its second vear, will he presented in the Park opera house Saturday, April 4th. This is the first n|ay dealing entirely with country life that the authors of the ‘‘Old Homestead” have produced since that dramatic evergreen first, saw the light of day, seveuieeu years ago. ‘‘Our New Minister” it a distinct novelty and one that will doubtless hold the stage for a long time to come. Both Mr. Thompson and Mr Ryer found the subject an easy one to write upon but the chief difficulty lav in fitting it. to the public mind, which is as changeable as a thermometer, and very hard to please. The scene is laid in a small country town, known as Hardscrabble. New Hamspliire. and the character drawings are from lire. It will be presented by the or iginal cast, aud a superb seen ic pro duction. “Plughat” Kelly dropned into this office today and said that an expert mine engineer by the name of Burdick had been out to the Unaweep within the nast few days and thinks the prospect for the district most flatter ing. PARK OPERAMOUSE Edwin A. Manager. Tickets on sale at Haskell's Pharmacy. Saturday, April 4th. Greatest of all pastoral plays OUR NEW MINISTER. By Denman Thompson and G. W‘ Kyer. The biggest hit ever known in the history of the stage. THE MESA DRY GOODS COMPANY. (Grand Junction’s busy ►tore.) M * in SPECIAL \ FOR \ MONDAY \ MORNING. M E 5,000 sheer Dainty Dimitks ; re 9 u * 5 000 * tar IS cent quality tor B u E E c 9c. PER YARD. 9c. v THE MESA DRY GOODS COMPANY l Telephone ICM> Mesa. ■ 3 Our two stores are crammed full of the = j BEST SPRING GOODS. | i An extra large line of Iron Beds. 5 : See Gunn’s Sectional Book Case. : ] A. L. GOURLEY | :s 452 to 456 Main Street. Phone 35-2; Res. 35-4 i : Undertaker and Licensed Embalmer. Lady Assistant. ; • •> ww*www mmmwmMwmwwm 1 . I wwiwwl*mwwamwwjwwmm>.< w/ww/Ta t > Spring Goods CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. J. H. ACKERMAN .... -> lIW. H. Bannister j THE LEADING FURNITUBE MAN J Has branched out with a Double Store, jj I FINE FURNITURE I 7 A Specialty. . ■ Our Chinaware Department is a New featnre of our store. ■ i ir? all its ! vVVWVVVVW ® Just arrived a complete line of 8 | Silver Grays | S All the rage tor Spring Suits, 8 8 ®407 Main. f Tailor ’ ® The Daily Sentinel 50 Cents per month. 50c. per Month