Touight at the home of the bride’s
parents will occur the marriage of
Miss Morie Green, oldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Green, to Mr. G.
T. Trohitz. The young people are
both very well known in this city,
where they have many friends, who
will hear the announcement of their
mairiage with surprise. The ceremo
ny is to occur at the home of the
bride, and will be'a very quiet affair,
there having been few guests bidden
to witness the ceremony and to partic
ipate in the festivities which will fol
The bride elect is a young woman
who possesses many good qualities,
and has numerous friends. She has
lived most of her life in this city and
will be the recipient of many congrat
ulations. The young man to whom
she has entrusted her life and future
welfare, C. T. Trobitz, is one of the
sterling business men of the city. For
several years he has been a member
of the plumbing firm of Whisler and
Trobitz, and has made many friends
in a business way. for his upright
dealing. The couple will leave to
uight for Colorado Springs, where
they will spend a few days and then
will go to Denver for several weeks.
The Sentinel joins with their many
friends in wishing them happiness
and good luck in their married life.
Next Wednesday night at the Park
opera house will be the funniest show
of the entire year. It. is a curious
mixture of trick and farce comedy,
burlesque, and evertyhiug that will
make you laugh till you wonder what
is the matter with you. There is no
doubt that you will get your money’s
worth at this show.
HE LOST HIS STRAP.
Anecdote of the Boyhood Days of Mil
‘‘As a schoolboy that man was no
torious all over Walworth country for
his utter disregard of his personal ap
pearance.” remarked James G. Mona
han of Darlington in the Hotel Pflster
yesterday, as Mayor David S. Rose, a
paragon of neatness crossed the lobby.
“Mrs. Montgomery, a daughter of the
late B. A. Gray of Omaha, was a
schoolmate of Mr. Rose, and she told
me the following story about him:
‘‘lt was Friday afternoon, and the
boys in the little cross-roads school
had to speak pieces and the girls write
compositions. David was one of the
unfortunates. He appeared in heavy
kip boots, red as sole leather from a
lack of blacking and elbow grease. He
usually had a piece of rope tied about
his waist, but this day this piece of
personal ornamentation was lacking.
“‘David Rose!’ called the petite
school teacher, her face all smiles as
David, agony marking his fea
tures, took his place on the platform.
"‘Take your hands out of your
pockets!’ exclaimed the teacher as
David stood facing the school, with
both hands thrust in his trousers
“David took one hand out of a
pocket and made his bow.
“ ‘Take the other hand out of your
pocket!’ she cried.
“David’s face flushed scarlet as he
“ ’Please. Miss B , I left my rope
“The school was convulsed with
laughter, and David was permitted *'
speak his piece with one hand in
trousers pocket.”—Milwaukee S.
Religious Condition of England.
While the Church of England is in
sisting upon thousands of schools
maintained from public funds being
converted into preserves for the in
culcation of its particular dogmas, all
churches are losing their hold over
the masses, and the national religion
is becoming a vague agnosticism. Peo
ple may regret this, but regret does
not alter fact, and nothing is gained
by blinking it.—London Truth.
In Temporary Hard Luck.
In Paris statistics are published
with respect to the professions of the
men admitted to the municipal night
shelters. During the twelve months
ending February 15 the seekers after
shelter included ninety-five actors,
sixty-four lyric artists, fifty-one musi
cians, twelve pianists, eleven chem
ists. six authors, two lawyers and a
captain in the merchant service.
Lady Beauchamp’s Fan.
Seventy ladies of New South Wales
have sent a fan to Lady Beauchamp.
The fan is made of white ostrich
feathers from the six-year-old Barra
clough ostrich farm at South Head.
The tortoiseshell sticks are orna
mented with a monogram in Austra
lian silver, while the handle pivot and
mountings are of Australian gold.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION.
Public notice i« hereby given that
on Monday, May 4th. 1908. there will
be held an election for one school di
rector for school district No. 1. The
polls will be open at the Lowell school
building from 2 o’clock p. m. to 6
o’clock p. m.
W. A. MARSH.
EVERY DAY SHOES.
A shoe that’s good does seem very 1
important; it’s the bad shoes that
you remember the longest and saddest. 1
It may make all the difference in the
world to yon if your shoes are not
right. Fit shoes fit you : fit for you
—here. Stoddart’s Boston Shoe Store.
The roads in the mountains are 1
very bad. so say travelers who are
compelled to drive considerably.
Plateau canon on account of the i
heavy snows and rains at places is al- 1
Just like wine, the May Day ball
gets better every year. Did vou go, ;
last year? If so you are sure to be ;
there this year. !<
WEI FEED CO. S 3! HIM
HAY, FEED AND DRAIN. 1
s Stock and Poultry Supplies.
Exclusive Agents for Security Poultry and Stock Food.
| J. A. PIcGULLOGH. manager. |
| deliveries and courteous treatment.
A* ********* lAeMirf
i YOU BEST GOODS FOR MOST GOODS FOR |
THE MONEY. THJNEY. ,<
: CAN The Bargain House. :
! Everything in House Furnishings Q
! GET TRY IT ONCE. j
J Phone 132 Black. "!
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SCHIELE BROS. & MORLAND, Denver, Colorado
a Cut out this It is Worth sc. in Merchandise ati3s.
S COUPON. Where is 135?
I BRINK & CO’S T. STORE 135 sth street. tj
COODFOR inmer- 1
| 5c CHANDISE. |jj
HERE TO STAY.
NOT IN THE COMBINE.
We have been boycotted by the combine. Why? Because
we sold you beef by the quarter and sold to the White
Mercantile Company. Now we are going to sell you our
entire jobbing line at wholesale prices which consist of
the following :
Loveland Flour Rice Banner Oats
; Quaker Oats Scotch Oats Bulk Oats
Wheat Manna Grape Nuts Postum Cereal
Ralston Breakfast Food and many other cereals.
Lay in your Flour and Cereals for the summer. Come
and see for yourselves -do not miss the greatest bar
gains ever offered in Grand Junction. Our store is now
your store. If our prices are not right, goods will go at
your price. Come everyone and get first choice.
J. W. Osborn & Sons.
West Main Street.
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Grand JunctioD, Colo. April 20 1903.
Local observations taken at 6 o’clock
Maximum temperature yesterday, 63
Minimum temperature this morning was
42 degrees above zero.
Relative humidity at 6 p. m. yesterday, 41
Relative humidity at 6a. m. 70 per cent
Precipitation during the last 24 hours.o.lo
Weather conditions—High pressure and
generally clear wearher, with moderate tem
peratures, prevail over the tnountaiu region.
Lower atmospheric presure westward to the
Paoiflic coa»‘, with increasing cloudiness
oxer the plateau districts.
Precipitatiou occurred in western South
Dakota and western Nebraska.
R. H. SULLIVAN,
Observer. Weather Bureau.
Forecast for Colorado, as telegraphf d
from the district center at Deuver, for 36
hours ending 6 p. m., mountain time yes
Fair tonight and Tuesday.
Fair touight and warmer in northern por
tion; Tuesday, partly cloudy, warmer in
There lias been considerable specu
lation today over who will be the
appointive officers of the new city
government. In all probability the
council will make wise selections
i WANTS-FOR REN T —FOB SALE.
For Sale—Nine room house, four lots and
furniture. Corner 7th and White.
Wanted—To rent a seven room house.
Bogan, Gaines «fc Co.
For Rent—House furnished comlpete.
Applv 337 Grand Ave: a fine opportunity for
the right party.
Lawn work a specialty—all wqrk guaran
teed—leave orders at Star Bakery— S. A.
For Rent—Neatly furnished room for two
gentlemen, with or without board. Enquire
624 Fourth street
Found—Black mare marked *S” *T” on
i left shoulder; left hip “A 71. Apply at
Hershey’s, 6 miles east on Grand Avenue.
Wanted—Tenant for five-room house on
Grand avenue between 6th and 7th. Con
struct ion of same to be completed about the
I middle of June.
Every year the May Day ball gets
better. Those who have gone ouce
will want to go again, and there is
every reason to believe that the Tur
ner hall will be crowedd this year.
At actual assessment value.
H. T. DeLOIG
553 Main Street
There is no busier place in the
city than the Railroad Meat
Market, with its great array
of fresh meats-and game. You
can get prompt attention to
your orders, in spite of the rush.
We treat you right.
C. E. BUCKIUS, Manage-
C. B. Rich
Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass,
and health Insurance. Lowest
rates consistent with safe under
writing. Best companies.
OFFICE OVER FAIR STORE.
Hem’s i Clara
to exchange your Grand Valley prop
erty. We have two fruit ranches in
California. Farms in lowa. Missouri.
Nebraska. Arkansas. Tennessee. North
Dakota, Oregon and elsewhere. If
vou want to change your location
come in and see us.
Johnson & Clasco
406 Main Street
25 years experience in all kinds
building. Heavy work a specialty.
Estimates furnished on application
THE BEST OF REFERENCE.
P. 0. Box No. 363
QiX)K CLIFF CAMP No. 87. W. of
••meets in Elk* hall the 2nd ana 4th Thurs
days i each month. Visitors welcome.
L. L. Crissmau, C. C.
C. B. Rich, Clerk.
Apple blossom circle No. jo7,
Women of Wooucraft, meets Ist and 3rd
Thursday in each month at Elk* hull.
Minnie Hill, G. N.
Emma Merrill, Clerk.
(J N A WEEP TRIBE No. 68, I. O. It. M.
••meets every Wednesday night in Elks
ohU. R. a. Jacobs, Sachem.
C. H. Petrie, duel of Records
gRAND JUNCTION CAMP No. 7394, M.
w W . of A. meets 2nd and 4th luipUiivh of
each month iu Elks hull.
_ „ , B. N. Bancroft, V C.
S. R. Voils, Clerk.
Grand junction lod
° L meets every Mouday night in Eilcs
hail, Currie block. Ciub rooms uujuiumg.
J. M, Sampliuer, E R.
J. 11, Gallupe, secretary.
gIiANU JUNCTION POSI O A K unset,
2ud and 4ih Saturuay at Odd 1 e lowo hail
JWJESA Lodge 58, 1 O O F meets every
lutsday uightiu Odd fellows hall, on
| .Vlatn street between 4lh and sth. *
Hour > Nichols, bee. /. B McClure, N G
| gKAND JUNCTION KNCAUPMBNTNo,
[ ■iil, 100 t' meets Ist and 3rd i uesdays
in eacii mouth at Odd Follows hail,
Leon Chapman, Scribe
C, P. Bliss, C. P.
ftfIKSA LODOE N\>, tSAf* A M meets
int ana 3rd lnursUuys oi uacn mouth in
Masonic hull. Canon biocic.
... S. G. Huun. W M
*» m Car.yle, secretary.
Grand junction chapter no. 24
it A M meets the 2nd Thursday oi each
mouth iu Masonic hall,
w r< 11 F. Jay. EH P,
Wm Carlyle, secretary.
fEMPLE COSIMANDRY No, 2a, Haight,
leujpiar meets the 4tn Thursday oi each
month at &asor>ic hall,
... ~ Orson Adams, Jr., E C
in Carlyle, Recorder,
Sunshine chapter,u d. o e smeets
Ist aud 3rd Tuesdays iu Mason.c hall,
. Mrw « U, A. Lyons, WM.
Mrs. E. H. Dan tell, secretary.
E. F. ELDRIDGE,
Physician and Surgeon
Graud Juuctiun, Colorado
j Office over The Fair.
DR. I. B. HARDS
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Red Cro», Pharmacy. Special
attention gtveu to diseases of the Eye. Ear
Nose and Throat.
Telephone M. 6 and a.
L. F. INGBIiSOnn,
Eh.ysi-cutn a nxL *5. c
Surgeon for Oolui ido Midland, L) V
K. G. and Rio tjtranoe nutnerc
Surgeon for D, A R. G, and Kio
J* *■ •* R: Booms 6 and 7. Cauon
W l«. u I lYk’N*'K P'lrst H.'id Whir*
Telephone—Office, ioi A; Residence ioi R
DR. LkROV C. HEDGES
Physician and Surgeon.
Office over Johnson & Glasco’s.
Residence, North Seventh street.
THAIiD PARKER, M. D.
Physician aud Surgeon,
Office over C. D. Smith * Co.’s drug store
Office hours 9to 10:30 a. m.; 1 t«> 3 p. m.
aud 7 to 8 p. in.
Special attention to diseases c* stom
ach, heart and liver.
T . H. Gralloupe
Architectural and Mechanical drawing.
Topographical Maps, etc. Temporary loca
tion 644 Ute street.
THE CITY UNION ORCHESTRA
will furnish Concert or Dance
Music on short notice.
J. B. BOYER, Mgr.
Room 21, Canon block.
North Fork Valley
Fruit Lands $5O per acre up.
Good water rights. Sure crop.
J. W. FINN & CO.
r r RIGHT KIND Ot
We mane a specialty of all kinds of Laun
dry work and do everything in thi proper
manner. We know how and our he.p kujw
how. Our work always pleases. Ask yoar
! neighbor about us. Family washings done
j “rough dry” or “finished.” Our prices are
j the lowest Get out rates. Work called foi
and delivered promptly to any part of the
EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUND
‘ Frank Buehring, Prop.
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