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Indian Attorney’s Fees.
"Lo, the poor Indian, whose untu tored mind” makes him the prejr of the white sharper, but whose mind tutored In a law school and stimulated by the atmosphere of the national capital is capable of attaining con tingent fees of unprecedented dimen sions! Robert S. Owen, a Cherokee, has won a suit for his nation for $5,000,000 against the United States, being the cost of the tribe's removal from Georgia to Indian Territory sixty eight yeurs ago. Of this he is to re ceive fifteen per cent. ASIA CIGARS. Will not make you nervous. Ask your dealer or Tbe M. Hyman Uigur Co.. 81U 17th bireet, Denver. Advice of friends makes a multitude of enemies. . Denver Directory A $40 Saddle for > $28 c.o.d. _ For a short time only we off.-r (IU« saddle. Me.-! double In. It KI'I IUI i* -it - lr | run*. warranted In ev- I I ery re»t»eri. anil e<iual I I to «aildlea aolil for $40 I ■ I everywhere. Catalogue \ [W\ Th«i r»d Hulln 1 V I UddlttHarniuCa A A V 1413-1410 Larlmw 81.. * Denver. Colo. QTfl VP REPAIRS of every known make w I v 11 ot atova, furuaca or ranga. Geo. A. Pullen. 1831 Uwwnc*. Denver. Phono K». D4DBCDC* CIIDDI ICC Cutler*and Grinder*. DAnUCHd wUriLICv Mail Order* Solicited. BUERGER BROS., 1438-4J Larimer Street, Denver. ,&&* 1. H. WILSON STOCK SADDLES Aak your dealer for them. Take no other. BROWN PALACE HOTEL tSSSSS Kuropean Plan. 81.50 and Upward. AMERICAN HOUSE K“- -SS depot. The beat $2 per day hotel In the Went. American plan. Oxford Hotel Denver. One block from Union Depot. Fireproof. C. H. MORSE. Mgr. ST. ELMO HOTEL IiaJ6$ifg ■ nth Ht„ Denver Mew Ore-proof Building. Kuropean plan. All out*Ida room*. M eta, and 81. „ a l SHEEP. HOG. CATTLE A CHICKEN FENCE _ t i- - — In any length. Send for e— — catalog of cut*. l»enver !■" - >- - »• — Saw £ Fence Co., 18*1-30 BBBEBSSSa 15th at., Denver. Colo. &r£“ r H.A. &K.Shirt^l“^* E. E. BURLINGAME & CO., ASSAY OFFICE *" D LABORATORY Eat abllahed in Colorado, 1866. Samples by mail or express will fcceive prompt and careful attention 6iltfcSHii(Biilk)i Oil ’puSieHABll. CoicwtritiM Tisti— 100 ‘iVitV foV iras! 011 * ITM-1738 Lawrence St.. Denver. Cole. THE BIG PIANO STORE. M3-M1 Sixteenth Mh Denver. WEDDING STATIONERY Price# the lov eet consistent with work of the beet quality. W rite for our n«w style sample*. I.T. Lewis & Sot Dm 6wdi Co., Bum wanted! r:, 6 :. E «: ages 17 to 35. must bo able bodied, of good character and American citizens, either native born or naturalized. Ap ply to Navy Recruiting Office, room 22 Pioneer building. Denver, or room 416 Postofflce building, Pueblo, Colorado. • ..... i... COLORADO TENT AND AWNING CA Largest canvas goods house In the West. Write for Illustrated catalog. Robt. S. Gutshali, Praa. 14X1 Lawrence Bt.. Denver, Colo. I fonfbrm with every I Vpure fdod low tn^^P Asthma Cured Speedy relief and permanent cure of Asth ma and Bronchitis Insured by Red Cross ;Asthma Cure. Money positively refunded If ‘not beneficial. For information call er ad ! dress Suite 204. »0» Seventeenth Street. Denver. Colo. Reference* elven. HOWARD E. BURTON, Specimen prices: Gold, silver, lead. Ill •?.!& ■augjra OF AID TO HOSTFSS SUGGESTIONS FOB NOVEL AND PLEASING ENTERTAINMENTS. A Cake-Gue«aing Contest—An Attrac tive Lily Luncheon A Flower Party for the Children — Choosing Partners. Cake Guessing Contest. This is a clever little skit to fill in a few moments that might lag. Write these questions on slips of paper and pass pencils, allowing 15 minutes for *he guessing. For a prize to the per son who has the most correct answers, give a prettily decorated cake. What kind of cake should a jeweler eat? Gold and silver cake. What kind for a politician? Elec tion cake. What kind for a man who lives on his friends? Sponge cake. What for a maker of gloves? Lady fingers. What for a gardener? Fruit cake. What kind for a lover? Kisses. What kind for a pugilist? Pound cake. What kind for a geologist? Layer cake. What kind of a cake would a persou have if he ate all of these? Stomach aches. A Lily Luncheon. Tl i? affair is most attractive. For the center piece use a large bunch of white lilies with the natural foliage; shade the candles with white; use glass holders, winding them with Mnilax. Tho place cards are in shape of lilies with the lettering in gold. Of course the hostess will wear white, and if there is any color it must bo yellow. Serve the regulation •uncheofi menu, but the ice or cream may be frozen in "lily” forms or served lu a real ealla lily. This is a decided novelty, but is a practical one. vVhite candles should be the only arti ficial light in the dining room and they make (be proper setting for this un usually pretty affair. Party for Children. A mol her I know has planned such s. unirtuo afternoon party for her two children, aged eight and ten. If the weather is fair there will be games out of doors, and the hunt for flowers (artificial ones) will be most realistic. Each child is to be given a basket With a bow of ribbon on the handle. The one who finds the moat blos soms will be given a box of marsh mallows or buttercup candles, which !s not to oe opened until the child g*tß home. After the hunt a wreath of flowers 1b to adorn each child’s head, and for the remainder of the time the guests will b* called by the name of the flower composing the wreath. If any one forgets and calls the real name, a forfeit is to be paid of a flower from their wreath. At the end of a half hour a count Is taken and the one who has paid the fewest forfeits is permit ted to choosq the games to be played fo„* thb space of 15 minutes. The dining room is going to be very pretty with a large gilded basket for the centerpiece, pink ribbons from it fading to the places for the little girls and green for the boys. The basket will contain a flower for each with a tiny gift tied to it. A simple menu fB to be served, consisting of clam bouillon, wafers, lettuce, sand wiches, ice cream in tiny baskets, with a flowsr tied on the hundle, lady fln geru and maccaroons so dear to child ish hearts. To Choose Partners. The nickname of states provide a good way to select partners. Write the names of the states for the girls and tbc nicknames for the men, and then let them find each other. A live ly time is likely to ensue. To save the hostess from wracking her brains the list follows: North Carolina —“Old North.” New York—" Empire State.” South Carolina —“Palmetto State.” Rhode Island—“ Little Rhody.” Ohio—“ Buckeye.” Connecticut—“ Nutmeg State.” Delaware —“Blue Hen.” Nr.w Hampshire—“ Granite State.” * ’ Pennsylvania—" Keystone State.” Louisiana —“Creole State.” Illinois —“Sucker State.” Indllna —"Hoosier State.” Massachusetts —“Bay State.” Texas —“Lone Star State.” Maine —"Pine Tree State.” Virginia —“Old Dominion.” MADAME MERRI. Picture of Health. A woman who is the picture of health gives the following recipe for It. Deep breathing. Plenty of pure water—eight glasses a day. Fresh vegetables and salads. Sufficient sleep t. keep the nerves quiet. Outdoor ex ercise every day. Little or no alcohol, tea, coffee or drugs of any sort, par ticularly the powders taken for nerves aod insomnia. Shampoo for White Hair. Shampoo tonic for white hair: Melt a smaM bar of pure castile soap in a quart of water, boiling down to one pint; cool and add one pint of bay rum. 30 grains of bisulphate of qui nine and one tablespoonful of pure borax. Keep in a glass jar and use when uhampooing the hair. For Blackheads. The complexion brush used every niglft with warm water and castile soap will keep the complexion free from blackheads. Twice a week apply a saturate solution of sulphate of magnesia. Be careful of the diet, eat ing plenty of fresh fruits, drinking three pints of water a day. DAHLIA-BORDER DESIGN. Very Handsome and Effective Bordsr Suitable for Trimming a Tea- Cloth or Sideboard Cover. A very handsome and effective bor der for a tea cloth or sideboard cloth: Materials, Coat’s cotton, No. 8. 8 ch. Join round, fill the ring with 16 d. —Ist round, 1 ch, 1 tr in each double stitch. —2d round, 1d in the Ist hole, 11 ch, turn, miss the Ist stitch, 1 single in each oh, 1 d in the next hole, 13 ch, miss the Ist stitch, 1 single in each of the 12 ch, repeat all around. Turn the work on the wrong side —3d round. 1 tr in each of the 10 single stitches, 3 d in the point, and treble down the other side of the peal to correspond, 1 single in the last stitch of the 12 single. In the next pedal, miss this petal, keeping it at the back, and work round every alternate petal in the same manner.—4th round. The same, but work 12 tr along the petals instead of 10. Turn the work to the front side.—sth round. Slip stitch to the top of the peal Just, finished,' 1 d Jn A RATHER INTRICATE PATTERN. the center stitch. 9 ch, 1 tr in the point of fthe next petal. 9 ch, repeat. — 6th ch. 3 d, 4 ch. 3 d. 4 ch, 3 d. 4 ch. 3 d, under each loop of chain. Join the patterns to each other twice by a mid dle picot. The Heading.—lst row, 1 tr in the fit. It includes four new quick-firing middle picot of the group next but one to the joining. 11 ch thread 6 times round the needle; insert hook in the middle picot of the next group, work off 3 stitches, then 3 times more round the needle: insert the hook in the middle picot of the next group of the next pattern, and work off all the stitches; 11 ch, 1 tr, in the next group; 11 ch. 1 d. In the next; 9 ch, 1 d, in the next; 11 ch, 1 tr, in the next; 11 ch, repeat.—2d row. Double. —3d row. Cotton 3 times round the needle, insert the book in a double stitch of last row, work off 2 stitches, cotton again round the needle, miss 2 stitches, insert hook in next stitch, work off all the stitches, 2 ch, 1 tr, In the center of the group just worked, 2 ch, miss 2 stitches; re peat—4th row. Double, taking up back thread only. The Edge.—lst row. 1d in the mid dle picot of a group, 3 ch. 1 tr. in the same place; repeat. At the joining of the pattern work 1 tr in the free picot, 1 tr in the free picot of the next pat tern. —2d row. 3 ch, 1 d. in the loop of 5 ch, 1 tr, between the 2 tr, 5 ch, 1 single in the loop of the treble Just worked 3 times; repeat. A LACE JACKET APPEARS. It la Quite Short and Half Pitting and Kay Be Made of Heavy Embroidery. So far the only novelty that is promised for the summer season Is the lace Jacket. It Is a charming little affair quite short and half fitting. It is made of embroidery quite as often as it is of lace. Handsome frocks show it as well as simple ones as an accessory. There is every reason to believe it will be popular and usually becoming. It redeems a very plain gown from being too severe for afternoon occa sions. They can be made at home, but all the shops are showing so many of them that it is possible they will be very reasonable In price when the hot weather comes In. Those made of heavy embroidery mixed with Irish lace are lovely and will be worn over all kinds of thin white frocks. There are others of Ger man lace edged with ribbon or che nille in faint colors that are fetching. They go over the very sneer frocks that are unlined and show colored rib bon through. The hat or its feathers match in color and the whole costume makes for artistic effect. Of course tnese Jackets, no matter what made of, are unlined. The Bleeves are short and quite full. Not that they are gathered but they’ do swing in a wide circle from the shoulder. Stand Well. The woman who stands well must learn to hold her shoulders back and level: she must acquire the art of rest ing upon the balls of the feet; she must learn that the chin should be held up and the head a llttlo back; and that the hands should be main tained in some easy, conventional atti tude. When she has learned these things she can stand well. But to be seated well 1b another matter. Mouth Wash. Peroxide is excellent as a mouth wash and throat gargle, warding off sore throat and generally curing it even after It has secured a foothold. Used once a week or so as a face lotion it has a whitening and cleansing effect, but It must be kept from the hair and eyebrows because of its bleaching qualities. IN CONSTANT AGONY. A West Virginian’s Awful Distress Through Kidney troubles. W. L. Jackson, merchant,* of Park ersburg, W. Va., says: “Driving about in bad weather » brought kidney trou bles on me, and I suffered twenty I years with sharp, cramping pains in the back and urinary i disorders. I often had to get up a doz en times at night to urinate. Retention set in, and I was obliged to use the catheter. I took to my bed, and the doctors failing to help, began using Doan's Kidney Pills. The urine soon came freely again, and the pain grad ually disappeared. I have been cured eight years, and thougn over 70, am aa active as a boy." Sold by all dealers. R0 rents a box. Fosti r-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. SIGNALS FOR BRIDAL PARIS Which Convey Commands and Ten der Sentiments in Public Places. Bride to Groom. One short jerk of coat —Stop looking at that girl! One long jerk of coat —Oh, see the pretty hats! Out! long hug—You look perfectly lovely to-day. One long hand squeeze—Honey, what makes you look so cross? One short hand squeeze—Some one's coming! J Groom to Bride. One short jerk of sleeve—Stop look ing at that man! One long jerk of sleeve—Come on. You don't want to see the hats. One long hug —You look perfectly lovely to-day. One long hand squeeze—Honey, you ain't mad. are j*7U? One short hand squeeze—Don’t be a goose! Three sharp taps on wrist—Take care, woman, take care! I will be master in my own house!—Puck. TORTURED WITH ECZEMA. Tremendous Itching Over Whole Body —Scratched Until Bled—Won derful Cure by Cuticura. “Last year I suffered with a tre mendous itching on my back, which grew worse and worse, until it spread over the whole body, and only my face and hands were free. For four months or so I suffered torments, and I had to scratch, scratch, scratch, un til I bled. At night when I went to bed things got worse, and I had at times to get up and Boratch my body all over, until I was as sore as could be. and until I suffered excruciating pains. They told me that I was suf fering from eczema. Then I made up my mind that I would use the Cuti cura Remedies. I used them accord ing to instructions, and very soon in deed I was greatly relieved. I con tinued until well, and now I am ready to recommend the Cuticura Remedies to any one. Mrs. Mary Metzger, Sweetwater, Okla., June 28, 1905.” SCRAPS OF HISTORY. The last sovereign to abdicate was King Milan of Servla. He relinquished the crown in 1889. The last slaves under English-speak ing people were United Slates negroes, set free in 1865. False teeth of ivory, on plates of the same material, and held In place by gold wires, were in use in the year 1.000 B. C. During the past three centuries more than 200 different systems of short hand have been devised. Pitman's was first published in 1840. The first standing army of modern times was established by Charles VII. of France in 1445. In England the first standing army was organized in IC3B. The first attempt at stereotyping in America was made in 1775 by Benja min Mecom, a printer at Philadelphia. Previous to this time the Dutch had stereotyped a prayer book in 1771. The first printing press in America was es tablished in 1639 at Cambridge. Mass. Earlier than any known paintings, some tapestry discovered recently at D* ir-el-Bahari, near Thebes, is among the oldest specimens of human art ex tant, with the exception of the pre historic drawings on the bones of ex tinct animals by the river drift men, which, of course, aro incomparably older. But these paintings represent the period in which the art of Egypt was at its zenith, the eighteenth dynasty, - and consequently date back About 3,500 years. Just a Tip. Miss Country Maid—I was reading in a magazine that in the city hotels one often sees palms about the dining rooms. .What kind of palm Is the most prominent? Mr. Dineout—The waiter's.—Chicago Daily News. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORTA, a rare and sure remedy for infanta and children, and that it Bear* the Signatare of la Has For Over 30 Year*. The k»«m> Ton Have Always Bought. The original chauffeurs, it seems, were robbers. Which is another in stance showing the descent of man. Mr*. WlMlow'a Soothing Syrup. For children teethl&K. aoften* the Rums. reduce* In flammation, allay* pain, care* wind colic. 25c a boul*. Hs who laughs last mlsseo tha noxt joke. NO KOWTOWING FOR HIM. Hotel Man Who Wat Not to Bo Over awed by Dignitaries of Statow They tell this one on former Gov. Ceorge Hoadly of Ohio: Once upon a time, in the midst of a campaign, Mr. Hoadly was to deliver x speech at a little town in the great and glorious Buckeye State. When he reached the one hotel the town boast ed he walked up to the register and wrote his name. The proprietor-head porter-steward-headwaiter-depot - run ner was behind the desk in his shirt sleeves, his hat on the back of his head, and a cigar stump held between 'lls teeth. When the visitor had put down his John Hancock, the factotum turned the register around, read with out the flicker of an eyelid the name there written, wrote “10” beside it with a lead pencil, and said: "You kin jest take yer grip right up that stairway there an’ back down the hall clean to th’ end. Yer room's right on th' left hand side of th’ hall, in th’ corner—number 10.” With considerable astonishment and not a little injured dignity Ohio’s chief executive pointed to his name, smiled faintly, and said: "I am George Hoadly.” “Yep; I notice,” said the rustic without turning a hair. "An’ yer room’s right there at th' end of th’ hall—number 10. Can't miss It” With more hauteur, and almost quivering with outraged importance, the guest said impressively: “I am George Hoadly, governor of the state of Ohio!” Turning, then, with a look of ex asperated impatience on his face, the hotel man exclaimed: “Well, what d'ye expect me t’ do kiss ye?”—Judge. NUGGETS OF KNOWLEDGE. There are ladles’ smoking cars on English railways. Alligator, a popular native dish In India, tastes like veal. The wood used In the best pianos has been seasoned 40 years. Those who reach 30 In good health are likely, statistics show, to last to 73. Over 200.000 pounds of human hair, valued at $500,000, is sold annually in Paris. The majority of criminals can draw and paint. That is why artists can rarely get credit. In many parts of Switzerland the government buries the dead, supplying coffins and undertaker free of cosL Concrete Definition. Tommy—Paw, what is pessimism? Mr. Tucker—lt’s—it’s something like rheumatism. Tommy—Chicago Tri bune. The man who talks about civic righteousness ought to keep his own backyard clean. State or Onto. City or Toledo, I Lucas Gouty. I Frank J. Chunky incites oath that ho Is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. CitKsiKY 4e Co., doing business In the City of Toledo. County end State aforesaid, and that said drill will pay the sum of ONE llt'NDltED DOLLAUB for each and every case of Catahh* that cannot he cured by the use of lULL'S CATAKKU CUKE. FnAXK J CHEN . KT< Sworn to before me and subscribed lu tuy preteuco, this dthday of December, A. » it ‘** OLEASOJTi kk. u. J NoTABY Public. Illu'TcaUrrh Cure I* taken Internally and sets directly on ihe blood and mucous surfaces of tte *» IS,?®® co.. a Talked air sFamUy'p 1 l'hff o r constipation./^ HOMELY PHILOSOPHY. It Isn’t always lucky to trust people who trust to luck. Romance is sweet sixteen, religion is sixty If she's a day. Happy is he who never knows when he gets the worst of it. A great achievement doesn't need a brass band accompaniment. Most of us expect better obituary notices than are coming to us Those who yield to temptation are generally looking for a chance. The optimist looks forward to to morrow, the pessimist sighs for yes terday. There might not he so much room at the top if there were fewer cushions at the bottom. Most of us are dissatisfied, some with what we have and some with what we haven’t. The present gets away from a lot of people while they sit on park benches worrying about the future. THE DAISY FIT KILLER SSrSffitSJSj borne. One **e. box Iv.t* theentlre mum. lUrmlea* anythlnir. Vr* LT.WTRTOIACI them once *n<l R .tIH you will never he -it if noticj.t I erv. "••'H ■•rfti'Al'l ror *«r-U4 “JSBSBSi hnpuH Cyt Watsr W. N. U., DENVER, NO. 22, 1006. ALLENS FOOT-EASE ft*** « Certain Cara lor Tlr*4, Nat, Scklaf FaaL WIeAW— OO HOT AOOKPT A •UMTITUTK. aamojbox. UHO7.H.X. A WOMAN’S ORDEAL DREADS DOCTORS QUESTIONS Thousands Write to Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Mass., and RecelYa Valuable Advioa Absolutely Confidential and Free There can be no more terrible ordeal to a delicate, sensitive, refined woman than to be obliged to answer certain questions in regard to her private ills, even when those questions are asked by her family physician, and mauy continue to suffer rather thnn submit to examinations which so many physi cians propose in order to intelligently treat the disease; and this is the rea son why so many physicians fail to cure female disease. This is also the reason why thousand* upon thousands of women are corre sponding with Mrs Pinkham.daughter in-law bt Lydia E. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. To her they can confide every detail of their illness, and from her great knowledge, obtained from years* of experience in treating female ills, Mrs. Pinkham can advise sick women more wisely than tho local physician. Read how Mrs. Pinkham helped Mrs.T. C.Willadsen of Manniug.la. She writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham: “ I can truly say that you have saved my life, anil I cannot express my gratitude in words. Before I wrote to you telling yon how I felt, I had doctored for over two year* steady, and sj)ent lots of money in medicines beside*, but it all failed to do me any good. I hail female trouble and would dnilyhavo faint ing spells, backache, bearing-down pains, and my monthly periods were very irregular and finally ceased. I wrote to you for your ad vice anil received a letter full of instruction* just what to do. ami nlso commenced to take Lydia E. Pinkham’* Vegetable Compound, and I have been restored to perfect health. Had it not been for you I would have been In my grave to-day.” Mountains of proof establish the fact that no medicine in the world equals Lydia E. Pinkhnm’s Vegetable Com pound for restoring women’s health. Travel Right to Oklahoma The Missouri, Kansas & Texas R’y hits recently inaugurated addi* tional daily train for Oklahoma City, Guthrie, Cleveland, Bartlesville, Coffeyville, etc. With this added service the M. K. & T. R’y is the logical line between St. Louis and Kansas City and principal points in Oklahoma. Change of cars is one of the ereatest Inconveniences of travel. You don’t have to change cars if you travel via tho Missouri, Kansas A Texas Kailway. Through trains (over its own rails) run between St. Louis and Kansu > City and Oklahoma City. Dallas, Ft. Worth. San Antonio and Galveston. All through trains hrve Chair Cars and Pullman Sleepers. How to Go When you have occasion to travel, ose the same discrimination in buying a ticket that you would in buying anything else. Assure yourself in advance of what you may expect in the way of comfort and convenience en route. If there is any information you want about a prospective trip, write me. I will gladly give you the information. Address W. S. ST. GEORGE General Passenger Agent, M. K. & T. R’y St. Louis, Missouri u. A. MoNUTT, Blossom House, Kansas City. Mo. W. L. Douglas *3= &*3= SHOES2f» W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edge Lino cannot toe price. 0 JULY 4 6. M | E Bf e - HI [CAPITAL •230(1000 MAmUTAOTURER m THE world. fl n nnn REWARD to «nyone who can S I UyUUU disprove this statement. IflceuM take you Into my three large factories ■t Brockton, Mas*., and show you tha Inllnlt* ear* with which every pair of shoe* Is made, you would realize why W. L. Douglas *3.SO shoes cost mors to make, why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of greater Intrinsic value than any other S3.SO shoo. W. L. On—gdaa ffroM W*de Shoos far CAUTION,—Insist Upon having W.L.Doug. lu shoo*. Take no substitute. None genuine without bis name and prl« * stamped on bottom. Fast Color £us lets used ; then will not wear Orirssn Write for Illustratnd Catalog. W. L IXiL’GLAS. Brockton. If 800.