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CATAR R H HAS SPENT FORTUNE TRYING
TO FORGET AMERICAN GIR.L
Capt. RopetvCurzon Dissipates His Patri
mony in Vain Eifort to Undo the Chains
Forged by Cupid Now Ready to Begin
Capt Arthur Erie Taget Roper-Cur-fon
has spent $300,000 in America in
three years trying to forget an Ameri
Arthur Eric Paget Roper-Curzon
was a youth of experience when he
first met Miss Marguerite Gwynne,
although he was only twenty-three.
His birth and the allowance given him
by a rich and generous father, gave
him abundant opportunities. lie met
his American sweetheart on board a
r mi,,, mu $
Before he had finished his first six
months in the farm-school his father
died. Then, in the language of one
of his friends, "Roper-Curzon dropped
the rake and reached for the roll; the
fireworks commenced immediately."
His share of tbe estate was little
TOO LONESOME IN PRAGUE.
Old City Made the Consul Long for
"Did you ever realize what a rasp
ing sound a foreign language cau
have upon the human ear in a
strange city where one has no
friends?" asked Judge A. A. Freeman
of New Mexico, in the lobhy of the
Ebbitt. A veteran figure. Judge Free
man has held many offices of honor
and emolument, having served for
eight years as assistant attorney gen
eral In charge of the legal work of
the postofflce department.
"President Grant appointed mo
consul to Trague, the ancient- capital
of Bohemia,' continued the judge,
who sat on the bench In New Mexi
co. "It is a beautiful old city, with
Ipsa Minn fifth mill
ship that was cruising on the Mediter
ranean. Miss Gwynne was very lovely, and
she had the breezy charm and fresh
ness, the lively independence and
nerve which make American women
so attractive to Britishers. Young
Itoper-Curzon fell head over heels In
love with her.
He gained a reluctant consent from
Miss Gwynne, but her parents did not
look with favor upon the proposed
match. The mother especially oppos
ed it. The Gwynnes insisted that
Roper-Cur.on must gain the consent
of his family before he married their
Curzon hurried to England and
straigthway sougnt his father, mak
ing a clean breast of the whole affair.
"You must not marry beneath your
position," cried the elncr RoperCnr
zon, adding a threat of disinheritance.
So the young man lingered in Lon
don. The pleased father ircreased his
allowance and Arthur Eric Roper
Cnrzon tried to enjoy life in social dis
sipation. After more than two years of sepa
ration he decided to sacrifice every
thing and seek her In America, to
marry her if he could persuade her to
consent. Ho gathered a small amount
of money and stared for Cnnadn. H '
Imff""ioiu liii iatlier nl Ills cleli-nmr '
tion, and the old gent'.. -nun pronij"
stopped his allovvHncc.
When the young man reached To
ronto it was to find that his sweet
heart was married. ?he had not
made a brilliant match from a mate
rial or social standpoint, but she was
Capt. Roper-Curzon realized that he I
must forget in good earnest. Ha de
cided to settle in Canada, to become a
farmer in the far Northwest.
He enrolled as a stu.lettt in the On
tario Agricultural College at Guelph.
He learned how to rake and hoe and
plow. He milked cows, fed hogs and
performed the other worn required ou
He wrote to his father, saying that
he womd not marry Miss Gwynne. He
did not think it necessary to explain
the reason. Also he tuld what he was
While waiting for the estate to
settled up Capt. Roper-Curzon con
ceived the idea of taking a party of
six friends to the Klondike.
He quickly tired of the rigors and
hardships of arctic travel. Their out
fit was not suited for fast progress in
that country. One day Capt. Roper
Curzon said to the others:
"Boys, I'm tired of Indian bucks and
squabbling squaws; let's go back
where there is something decent to
eat and something going on."
Of course they were willing to ro
turn. lie was paying for the whole
show. The head of' the party gave
their guides pretty much all of the
outfit, including four horses, and led
his friends to Winm-peg. The Klon
dike trip cost him something more
At Winnipeg an idea struck him,
and as a result there appeared an ad
vertisement Ov.l read like this:
"Any young woman wishing to learn
something to her advantage and to
secure a pleasant home will communi
cate with "
A fictitious name was given, and the
answers wire to be addressed in care
of the newspaper.
In another newspaper an advertise
ment requested anv youi:g man wish
ing to secure a home on easy terniB to
write to him.
There was no lack of applicants. The
Captain made a selection from among
the young women and from the young
men. He went to them separately and
told them what was In his mind. If
they would agree to marry each other
ten minutes after they met for the
first time they would have a house,
furniture and all. The young couple
waiting and they were
Via Grand Trunk Railway System.
DOSTON Sirg'.c fare. Going dates
June 5. 26 and -7. Upturn limit Au
gust 1st. 1903.
BOSTON Single fare plus $2. Go
ing dates July 1st to i,th Inclusive.
Return limit September 1st, 1903.
TORONTO Single fare plus $2. Go
ing dates June 29th and 3uth. Return
limit July 8th. 1903.
SARATOGA Single fare. Going
dates July 5th and 6th. Return limit
July 20th, 1903.
DETROIT Single fare. Going dates
July 15th and 16th. Return limit Au
gust lath. 1903.
For further particulars address Geo.
W. Vaux. A. G. P. &. -T. A., Excursion
Dept., Chicago, 111.
An ileal Woman's IMAi
Butter V3. Hay.
One hundred dollars' worth rf but
ter from a grazing cow hears off from
the soil less of its vahinhle elements
than 5 cents' worth of hay.
but I was exceedingly lonesome
there. The people were all strangers
to me and I did not understand the
language. There were hundreds of
remarkable places and buildings,
places rich with historical interest,
for Prague was founded in the year
900. But even the ancient historical Low Rate3 to Boston snd Return In
places enhanced my gloom, and I be- Jure rnd Jcly.
gau tu realce now ii is mat sornas y,a ,he shor, & Michigan
can actually die of homesickness. Southern Rv. Tickets will be sold
"One day I visited an ancient syna- June 2-(hj 2(Jth aml 27U). cxirome re.
gague in one of the quaint sections of j lurn mt Asust ,st; Hml Julv lát
ir.o city, . inc guide iook me to me
aged tombstones, where the Inscrip
tions had been worn off by the ele
ments. He was piloting me, a man
weary of delving into the past, among
the graves of the long ago and recit
ing what those grives were.
" 'My dear man,' I exclaimed In
despair, 'can't you show me a grave
that was made yesterday? It would
bo positively companionable.'
"It wasn't long afterward," con
cluded the judge, "that I resigned my
consulship in the beautiful old city
of Trague. It was too lonesome there
for mo." Washington Tost.
Id, 3d, 4th and fth, extreme return
limit September 1st. Stop-overs al
lowed at Niagara Falls and Chautau
qua; also at Nw Yoik on tickets via
that route. Full in'oimation. with
rates via variable routes, will bo
promptly furnished on application at
City Ticket Office, 180 Clark street, or
to C. F. Daly, Chief A. G. P. A., Chicago.
CAPTURED THE WRONG LION.
Matchmaking as a Diversion.
Head Waiter Came to
Honors Thrust Upon Him.
The career of a social llou hunter
Is Halle to he attended with an oc
casional disappointment, even though
on the whole successful. Burton
Holmes, on some of his tours as a
lecturer, has been considerably lion
ized and he tells this story of a com
pliment which he missed, but which
was enjoyed by anotner. He was lec
turing in an eastern city, and a re
ception was given in his honor at the
principal hotel of the place.
Among these who attended this re
ception was a woman prominent so
cially, who has established a sort of
"salon" and receives her friends Sun
day afternoons, trying to provide a
"lion" or two for each occasion.
Burtor. Holmes was so fortunate
as not to be presented to the fair lion
hunter, but she presented herself to
the man s've had stalked for her
game, and urged upon him her invi
tation for the Sunday afternoon. He
very modestly attempted to decliue
it. His excuses were not accepted,
and the victim consented to appear.
Extra nrrargements wero made for
this occasion and the tact that Mr.
Holmes was to be there was herald
eU auiouu. O.i lite uaj an It."
and beauty of the place gathered to
gether awaiting the advent of a some
what tardy lion, who was received
with every mark of consideration and
appeared to be embarrassed thereby.
The head waiter had been mistaken
for the eminent lecturer.
It makes a great difference in the
price as to whether an article is sold
as an antique or ns second-hand goods.
How a British subaltern, led by a
passion f(.r Oriental literature, gained
entrame to the secret treasury of a
Himalayan monastery, how for his
boldness he was chained in the cell
where the sacred book was concealed,
how for twenty-three years he heard
daily the words he had risked so much
to gain, how for twenty-three years he
sent rudely-marked bits of wood down
the Jumna's waters, till an old ser
vant's wit and love interpreted the sign
and sent a company of English sol
diers to the rescue, how rescue was ef
fected In the face of almost insur
mountable obstacles and perils, and
how the British Museum gained a val
uable literary treasure- all this is told
In Homer II. Hulbert's "The Sign of
the Jumna." which will lead the fiction
in the July Century.
So says Mrs. Josie Irwin, of
325 So. College St., Nashville,
Term., of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Never in tbe history of medicine has
the demand for one particular remedy
for female diseases equalled that at
tained bv l.ydiii
t-'ctlllue I'oinpound, and never
during the lifetime of this wonderful
medicino has the demand for it been
so ureat as it is to-ih.v.
From the Atlantic to the Pacific,
and throughout the lengthand breadth
of this groat continent come the glad
tidings of woman's sufferings relieved
by it. ami thousands upon thousands
of letters arc pouring in from grateful
womcti saying that it will and posi
tively does cure the. worst forms of
Mrs. l'lnldiam invites all wo
men wlio are puzzled about
t lu-ir liealt h to write her at Lynn,
Mass., for advice. Such corre,
spoiidonoe is seen hy women only,
und no charge is made.
On the Latvn
Wurlltlir product in Vrr opening rana.
Turnakri and vou fintlihrmi-at riaitl
ssit kit us. We iiutilirm up in lluay.
Potted Ham. Bert and Tonlut
Ox Tonjue (Whole . Vml Loaf
Dettltrl Ham. Brisket Beef
Sliced Smoked Beet, Ctc.
All natural fbor locdn - palataMr and
whole-Mime. Yuur rOirr aliould have ttirni.
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absolutely free. 1 hit Is Dot
a tiny sample, but lar'6
packaVe. enouph to onu
vince anyooe of Its vslue.
Wumrn ail tor tbe euurjtrT
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It Da done In local treat
ment of female Ilia, curing
til Inflammation and discharges, wonderful as a
rlranMnx vacinal douche, for sore throat, caul
catarrh. pioutb wash and to remofe tartar
snd whiten the ui id, t-i nd untar; s poatal card
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fauioUH lilies Svsicui of Artua.1 Humiuh)
Mmri hand it r hum ami tr m .vhUmiiw I j ,e
w rit in ( Tniu'h met h mi , l'i-nni'Miwtnp it ml
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Hit Father I've no olijrotions to
your calling on my danuliter. but. rp
nipniticr, 1 turn out the Kas at 10
o'clock. Her Suitor Oil, I'll como be
foro that time, sir.
Hundreds of dealers say the extra
quantity and superior quality of De
fiance Starch Is fast taking place of
all other brands. O.thers Fay they
cannot sell atiy other starch.
doing. The father was immensely
pleased. He forwarded handsome re
mittances and advised his son to keep
at work on a farm. And Capt. Roper
Curzon followed his parent's advice
for a time.
TAUGHT THE LINCOLN CHILDREN
He brought them together, had a
promptly married. Ho also furnished
the bridal dinner.
Then it occurred to him that the
pair ought to have a wedding trip, so
he took them to Toronto and after
ward to Boston.
"That was really a delightful ex
perience," said Capt. Roper-Curzon
reminiscer.tly. "Those people had the
jolliest kind of a time. 1 don't know
what It cost me something more than
JS.iHirt, I believe."
He didn't stay long in the West, but
went back to Toronto. He had not
succeeded in forgetting his old sweet
heart. Melancholy possessed him. He
resolved to give a dinner that was in
harmony with his state of mind. His
famous "dead man's feast" was the
The dinner took place on Friday, the
Kith of the month, and thirteen covers
wero laid. There were thirteen
courses, thirteen waiters and an or
chestra shrouded in black composed
of thirteen players.
In the center of the table was a per
fect articulated skeleton, which at cer
tain Intervals stood up and rattled its
oones while the orchestra played a
At the stroke of every hour figures
dressed as shades passed before the
(liners, at'd when midnight tolled a
curtain rolled up disclosing a Brocken
scene, while hats fluttered about the
This pleasant conceit cost Capt.
Roper-Curzon something more than
On Feb. 4 last Capt. Roper-Curzon
announced that he was broke. Since
then he has been taking a real and
cheerful interest in life. At thirty-one
he Is about to start forth to make his
OWNERS MUST TAKE RISK.
The little maid's twelve stainless years
Were past, and she was fallen on sleeft
When to her side the Master came,
I'tterlnp strunse music in her ears,
And with the touch of n new birth
That, like a fine und fragrant flame,
Through every vain swept full and deep,
Called hur again to happy eurth.
How far In heaven her little feet
Had followed, there are none to say,
What atmosphere of love the while
Wrapped her like sunshine warm and
What soft wlnps stooped about her there,
The gracious llKht of what glad smile,
What tenderness along the way
Met and caressed her everywhere.
Whether she saw In rank o'er rank
Klrst venturing Into heaven Hlone
A phalanx of archangels shine,
Ur whether on some blossom-bank
A cloud of cherubs sang and sang,
One knows not, nor If all divine
She saw; about the Urent White Throne,
The rainbow like an emerald hang.
Yet earth must needs be sweet to hpr
After that volee, that touch of grace,
The heavenly peace Imparted then
J'or her blest hands to minister.
And still a question comes to me
Of days ere heaven was hers again,
And which of all her wandering race
Child of that little maid might be,
Harriet l'rescott Suoffold In Youth'
Visitor And who Is the KHitleman with
the nicely rurlcd inoust;ntilus'.' (iuiile
That Is lile sole survivor of the latest
French automobile nice.
The mildest tobáceo t int crows Is tueil
In the make-up of laxt' r a linllhtij
oent eliinr. 'Iiv nn i e
The lector You have a bad cold.
Mr. Jiggs. I'll give you some pills for
it. .Ilggs Oh, never mind, doctor; you
can have it for nothing.
No Hatter What You Want
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WE CAN SUPPLY YOU AND OUR PRICES WILL BE RIGHT
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There Is r.o Beauty
that can stand the distltiiiri'tnent of had
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Keep Your Eye
On the sunny San Lulu valley, for It
is going to he a winner this year. You
will have full Information from time
to time in these columns.
The Colorado bureau of Immigra
tion, 616 Majestic Building, Denver,
Educator Employed By Great
dent Is Dead.
Alexander Williamson, who was the
tutor of Abraham Lincoln's younger
children, died latt week at his home,
199 State street, Brooklyn. He was 89
years old. Mr. Williamson was born
in Edinburgh, the son of a solicitor
of that city. In his youth he was in
business in London and, coming to
this country nearly sixty years ago,
he was for a time a teacher In the
South. Mr. Williamson was appointed
by Lincoln to a position In one of the
federal departments and remained
there until President Cleveland's first
administration. Then he was em
ployed in a steamship office in New
York, where he continued his duties
until six weeks ago.
Two Different Kinds.
"Does your typewriter need re
pairs?" asked the meandering tinker
as he entered the office.
"It would seem so," replied the
boss. ."She JuBt went across the street
to consult a dentist." '
If Housemaids Break Dishes They
Cannct Be Made to Pay for Them.
Housekeepers generally will be In
terested in a decision recently made
In an English court. A waitress broke
a very expensive plate worth about
$75, and an attempt was made by the
employer to withhold wages for the
breakage. The maid brought suit to
get her money, and the mistress in
defense lalmed that by the terms of
engagement the maid was responsible
for breakage. This contract was
ruled out by the court as manifestly
unjust. The mistress Insisted upon
using these costly plates and forced
the maid to handle them in the
course of her duties. This handllrc,
provided reasonable care was used,
must be at the employer's risk; cer
tainly fun value could not be claim
ed. It was suggested in this trial
that a fair per cent of the loss, per
haps 10 per cent, might fall on the
F. L. Colver, president of Frank Les
lie's Popular Monthly Publishing com
pany, has a mechanical playing attach
ment for the piano at his suburban
home In Tenafly. On a recent evening
while Mr. Colver was entertaining
tome friends, it so happened that the
attachment did not operate properly,
something being wrong with the mechanism.
What remarkable devices these new
mechanical attachments are, anyway,
remarked one of the guests. "I declare
they seem to be almost human!"
"Yes," responded Mr. Colver, as he
continued to tinker wit;, the attach
ment, "you see. this one even has to
be coaxed to play!" New Y'ork Times.
"Miss Snnrers says her face is her
fortune." "1 should call It her misfortune."
SADDLES and HARNESS
They coni jrnn nttH'ií for urunlui
linn, MMoulilo li.nn'i wttii hroo.;a
lug (or IJ;iW tluuin tomo hurii'm
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Dona but ftmit
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DA K) V Tj alo, luruao or rutina. OKO. A.
fULLLN, Wll Luwruuo oL, Damer, 'Ptiuua la).
will have Defiance S!rch, not alone
because they get one-third more for
the same money, but also because of
"I made this pound cake myself,
John," said live young wife, proudly.
"You should be less extravagant, my
dear," replied the heartless husband;
"I'm sure it will run more than sixteen
ounces to the pound."
Hereford and Shorthorn Bulls
llolh reirlntereil ami lilfli liriule: nlr rnmrp-tireil
ealver. (or Kile. A.Mrea THE WKSTKKS MiKV.
Ells' ASStK'lATIl., A.-l. ..olhwell, (ieuertil Muu
aiier, l iiinuSlm k Ynnl", Denver, CnWieio.
Twenty-Five Cents Silver jVil
potaire Miunpi will i-ure a very tine linrlrall ol
l're-ldeiit HooM'velt nuil lil te. Aililrwa E. A.
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Denver. One lllo k from t'nlon Depot. File-proof.
C. H. MOUSE, MkT.
f'lTS formanf n : IvCurrd. "o fit a r.r narvouan.-iil aHal
rHt day a mft of Dr. kline'a (jluat Netva Heflturer.
bflixl lor FKF.K S'4.00 trial rtoltle and treatme.
iu. H. 11. Kuki. I.ul .u: 1 Aren St.. Puilniulplna, I's
If the Rill Is really
kiss Is tt'ind larceny.
pretty, stealing a
If you have smoked a Dullhead 5-cent
clKar you know how good they are; If
you have not. Dctter try one.
The boy who had liis' lltiRers blown off
last July may thank Ills stars that he
does nut have tu tjo thiuiiKh with the or
Hall's Catarrh Cure
, constitutional cure. Price,
lltltlsh doctors are suld to bp commu
ting suicide because the IncreasliiK Kood
heallh of the contitrv leaves them no
work. Hut perhaps 'lie death of the
doctors accounts for tie Kood heallh.
Tr.I.KtiHAI'll n:lt A IOKH IN DKMAM)
'lelet;i'iipliy llioroiir'ii lltii'hl III ine I'EN'UtAI,
Ul'bl.NI hS t'ul.LEiiE. Denver. Wrltu for Jnuiiial.
Favors Young Men for Office.
Schwab likes to help worthy young
men. Himself a protege of Andrew
Carnegie, he has gathered about him
several able youngsters who are proud
to set themselves down as his pro
teges. There Is one In particular,
now a resident of New York. His
name Is Benner. His age Is 82.
Schwab, Carnegie & Co. have made
him president of a corporation at a
salary of ?25,000 a year and It Is be
lieved that he Is a cheap man at that
price. Mr. Benner Is a bachelor, liv
ing in superb apartments at the Pler
Commonsense in an uncommon de
gree Is what the world calls wisdom.
Breaks the Bottle.
Rear Admiral Francis R. Bowles,
chief constructor of the navy and
somewhat of an authority on launch
ing, is the inventor of an apparatus
whereby the fair christener has only
to let go of the bottle as the ship
moves and watch it swing unerringly
to the bow.
Martha I meant to come to sre ynu
while you were sick. Maty. Mary Well,
1 couldn't slay sick all summer to oblige
Storekeepers report that the extra
quantity, together with the superior
quality of Defiance Starch makes it
next to Impossible to sell any other
A little hlrd sat on a telegraph wire.
And said to his mules. "I declare.
If wireless telegraphy comes Into vojeue,
We'll have to sit on the air.
"It bents all" how good a clear you ran
ouy ror o cents ir you buy therlKtitbranu
Trr a "Bullhead.1'
"Why hnven't you been attendhiK
church of lute.' nsked the parson. Doc
tor forbid It." replied the (lelliuiuent tmr
tv. "He said I must give up sleeping In
Stops the 'iugh and
Worlll Off I tin Colli
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. PriceS.V.
It seems a pity that about the only
way for a man to lenrn what kind of a
woman he oukih not to marry la to mar
Plso's Core Is tbe best medlotne Ira tftr usorl
(or sll affections of the th ro.it snd lunps. Wat.
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Chicago To -Morrow 4 P. R1.
and that is going some. To do it leave Denver
1:10 P. M. to-day over the Union Pacific.
No cliimiriii'' enrs tltistli'ss ronil-low rates.
Anot licr tliri)iih tr.iiu leaves
arrives Chictii'o sceoml uiortiiii":.
D.-uver 10::!0 P. M.,
Take ulviinlne t,f the
rates east Julv 1st to lUtli.
Union raeifu: excursion
Ask your loeul ient for tickets via Union Pacific.
E. R. GRIFFIN, General Agent. 941 17th Street. Denver
For Your Summer Outing
This season thorn will be numerous opportunities to travel with little:
outlay for railroad fare. Reductions will be made by the Santa Ke
to llofton, Hallitnore, Detroit, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Iliepo,
and many other points. Those named below are representative, and
bhow the extended territory to which reduced rates will apply.
National Educational Association, Boston, Massachusetts. $49.05
round trip from Denver. Choice of routes. Tickets on sale June 29th
to July 3d, Inclusive. Original return limit may be extended to Sep
tember 1, 1903.
International Convention Epworth League, Detroit, Michigan.
Round trip from Denver $37.75. Tickets on sale July 13th and 14th
with limit to permit leaving Detroit as late as August 15th.
Grand Lodge B. P. O. E., Baltimore, Maryland. Tickets on sale
at Denver for $4G.75 on July 17th and 18th. Return limit to leave
llaltlmore, July 25th. Provision has been made for extension of such
limit to leave there as late as July 31st.
Grand Canon of Arizona. Round trip from Denver July 1 4th, 15th
and 20th ; $30, limit thirty days.
Tent City (San Diego), California. Special reduced rates for
tickets covering round-trip railroad and Pullman fares; meals en
route; two weeks' board and lodging at Coronatlo Tent City; also
railroad fare to and from and meals and lodging at Grand Canon.
From Denver the cost Is only $97.
For descriptive literature, reservation of sleeping car space, or
further particulars about events advertised here, or for rates to other
points or for other occasions, apply to
J. P. HALL, General Agent, A. T. & S. F. Railway