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Not Such a Bad World.
Th** world Ik hotter than it wan— brlur Hnd wiser There is mort charity, more rational religion, mort non* y spent for moral, educational, charitable and humnr.ly helpful pur* pones than ever befoic. The people ns a whole, high and low, live better, have more comforts and conveni ences and luxuries—are better housed, h»tter clothed, better fed better edu cated than their ancestors were. W hilt- this Is an era of great develop ment of wealth, the accumulation of grent fortunes, the (xploltatlons of many scheme* of graft and greed, the people are not mere money worship ers Dishonest men and worshiper* of the golden calf have always exist e I They are more quickly and ruth lessly exposed and condemned than ever before The world U not grow ing worse, ft is growing better. Senator Hoar was sane In his belief thnt "to-day Is better than yesteiday and thnt to-morrow will be better thin today.*--Nashville, Tidl, inert cau How Monkeys Sleep. "Look at them," said the keeper enftlv "A pretty sight. Isn't It?" The rays of the lantern did not awaken the multitude of monkeys asleep In the (treat case. They lay In a hun dred attitudes Hero a slumbering mother held her slumbering baby In her arms: there a formidable male lay by himself In a cleared spare a fat monkey In a corner snored Not one of these monkeys slept on bla back. Do you see?" said the keeper. "They lie on their s'.dea. on their stomachs, every which way, but there tsn i one a-lytng on his back. There never Is No monkey ever was found slreplng on his back Sometimes ns I consider their Intelligence and their manifold virtues It seetns to me that the fact that monkeys never sleep on their backs Is the chief dlfferture be tween them nnd human beings’ REMEMBERED IN HOME TOWN On* Man at L*aa« Had Not Forgotten Old Cltlxan. “Thar* may be somethin* In this go- In* back to the old home, after lon* years of absenep." remarked the pen nies lokln* old man, "but I don't think I want any more of It." “You've tried It, eh?" was asked. "Only about a month ago. I used to Bee up in Connecticut, m fact, I taught school up there for two winters. Altar an absente of seventeen year* the lit adzed me to revisit the old place and gaze on the old familiar Irenes once more I thought over It tor a week, anil then aot so homesick that I packed my vrip anil started off. I bad only struck the village and bo (an looking for changes when a lusty young man of 25 stopped me oa the •treat and asked: “Isn't your name Bronsonf “ *Yes, sir, that's my name.' “'Didn't you used to teach school hare years ago?’ “ ‘1 did. and If you are one of my old pupils I shall be glad to shake hands with yon.’ “ ‘I am one of your old pupils all right enough.' he Mid, 'but therel! he ■o shaking hands. I was a kid of 7of I when you taught your last term, and ea three different occasions yoa tanned my Jacket when another boy was to blame. I swore to get even with you, and now the chance ha* con* Say. Bronson. I'm going to bek thunder out of you.' " THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. The Freemen Mining, Milling and Development Company of Colorado Springs, which has Its offlces In Room 1, Mclntyre-Barnett block, and of which F. M. Roberts is secretary has the wonderful record of having di» posed of the whole of the first block 01 shares which were put on the market at 5 centß. There were 50,000 in the block and a second lot is now offered, and though the price has been raised to lu cents, 20,000 are already bar gained for. This is a good company for the investor to keep watch on and a better one to put his money In. NOTIFY US AT ONCE. Subscribers to this paper will pleaso bear in mind tha*. they will confer a favor on us by notifying us at once whenever the paper is irregular in delivery or is late. It is our fault that it does not leave this office, but the Is ours or not. it caji he corrected only *»v our being ‘old. All Denver sub bribers should receive the paper Sat office system, and whether the fault unlay. All Colorado subscribers by Saturday or Monday at the latest. If your paper is all right we are pleased. If It is late or Irregular, kick!! WHEN YOU GO TO LEADVILLE You can get flrntrlaaa rooma with Mra. 3. J. Motley at 207 West Sixth itreet. Flrat-claaa table board alaa Write or call. 10-20 TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE. This soldier, statesman and martyr with a mere handful of men held at ay sixty Bhlps and 30.000 trained sol diers—the flower of the French army and navy. Wendell Phillips pronounc ed Toussalnt the greatest general the world has produced. Pictures of this great Negro, and of all eminent col ored people sold by The Colored Amer ican Novelty Co.. P. O. Drawer 1318, Washington. D. C. Agents wanted. OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG MEN. There Is a growing demand at luc rative salaries. In all section* of the country, and »*specially In the South, for young men train in agriculture. The demand for the graduates from this department of the Tuskegee Nor mal and Industrial Institute is so far In excegß of the supply that we are offering special Inducements to gradu ates of other schools, and persons suf ficiently advanced in the academic branches to come here and pursue the courses in agriculture, including prac tlcal farm work, dairying, livestock raising, etc. An oportunlty will be given a few earnest young men to work out all of their board while tak ing m course. Thoee Interested r»n eenire full In formation by iddreitlng BOOKER T. WASHINGTON Principe). PLAIN SEWING 2214 Arapahoe St. Phone Main 8003 Denver L, D. Richey, Proprietor. THE UNION TRUNK FACTORY Manufacturers of Trunks REPAIRING A egßßHfe TRUNKS HADE SPECIALTY MHjgW TO ORDER TRUNKS TAKEN IN 1957 Champa Street Phono Purple 18R1 THEMATCH-IT-IF-YOU-CAN STORE ffc No More Ready-to-Wear gfik . Clothes OIA Tailor-Made Suits WET'S as low as 1 $15.00 H H SCHRADSKY. THETALIOR, 1601 Larimer Street >.♦-! -J WM. EHMKE MANAGER US EAST TURNER HALL 2132-2148 Arapahoe St. Phone 2449 Danvar "A first-class resort (or gentlemen. w THE NEWPORT SALOON The only colored saloon in Denver. Newly opened with aH accomodations. 1845 Arapahoe Street Tom Lewis, Mgr. Tel. Main 7413