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VICTROLA OUTFITS WITH LIUKAItr OP RECORDS EASY PAYMENTS Genuine Victrolas as Low as $25. Write Voday for Free Literature. KNIGHT-CAMPBELL MUSIC CO. Denver, Colo. AUTOMOBILE TIRES "Erie Cords" & "Olympian Fabrics" QUALITY AND SERVICE. Write for prire list. BERT A. HOSFORD, 1356 A coma St. BUY AT WHOLESALE. Any salesman gets 25 per cent more 'for his goods when you are not familiar with prices. Send for our weekly price list. A63. of 1 groceries and supplies. Stocksrwers WhotvsaU Sif- r Iw 1 CO- 1 ttL. O S A ... A All n. HOME OF THE COLE ALWAYS THE BEST IN USED CARS. Write L for Complete Information. BT T Mall. 1225 BROADWAY GRDND IJIl V CLEANING Garments dyed any color. Out-of-town work Sien prompt attention. Twenty-three years' satisfactory service. Grund Buildinc Seventeenth and LoKan St. SHOES REPAIRED " "Z'- where In U. S. mt Deorer prices. Unsatisfactory work returned our expense. EASTERN SHOE REPAIR FAC TORY. YELLOW FRONT. 1353 CHAMPA STREET. AND KODAK FINISHING. The Denier Fboto Materials Company. EASTMAKT KODAK. COMPANY, 626 Sixteenth Street. Denver. Colorado. . BUY COFFEE FROM THE ROASTcN Get Wholesale Price. Write for Sample. KODAKS THE SPRAY COFFEE AND SPJCE CO. Twenty-lrst and Market Streets, Denwr SANITARY CLEANING & DYEING Hail Orders Given Prompt Attention. 10 East Colfax. BALDHEADS Prof. Charles will fit you with the most natural Toupee. Charles Hair & Beauty Shop. 410 16th St.Denvej Pl.OWKHS KOIl ALL OCCASIONS. Park Floral Co.. 1643 Broadway. BEAUTY PARLOUS. Hair Goods by nail. Millicent Hart Co.. 721 15th St. BOHH-ALLEX JEWELRY CO. Dia monds, watches, silverware. Out town orders careful attention Est. 1873. USED CARS BOUGHT AND SOLD. Baaumam's Auto Service. 957 Broadway. Perils Don't Scare Applicants. El Paso, Texas. Hazards of employ ment are not deterrent to hundreds of men who are anxious to get Into the prohibition enforcement service. Ac cording to Acting Supervisor John Toomey, more than 300 applications are on file In the local office, thirty of them being received in one day. This In face of the fact that four agents working out of the El Paso office have met violent deaths in the last two -months, and a number of others were seriously wounded. Mr. Toomey says no new men are being put on. SUFFERING OF 11 LIFETIME EWDED "Words Can't Express Gratitude I Feel Toward Tanlac," Says Mrs. Burrington. "From childhood until I got Tanlac, I suffered from indigestion and stom ach trouble," said Mrs. J. A. Burring ton. 540 Stanford Ave., Los Angeles, AN EPITOPE OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Tree Kills Flies. Washington. Fly swatters and ' screens will be relegated to the junk pile If the United States Department of Agriculture confirms the fly-killing properties claimed for a sapling grown from the seed of a Kentucky coffee tree by the late - Prof. George F. Holmes of the University of Virginia. The sapling has been sent here by the university for a test. Professor Holmes asserted that the tree gave off a peculiar poison fatal to files. MRS. J. A. BURRINGTON Los Angeles, Calif. Calif., "and that's been a long time, for I'm now In my sixty-eighth year. "I remember when I was a child 1 was kept on a strict diet of lime water and milk for weeks and I have been in constant distress all these years. I suffered terribly from, bloat ing and had to be very careful of what I ate. I became so weak and nervous I could hardly go about my housework and was In a miserable condition. '.'About two yeajrs ago my husband got such splendid results from Tanlac he insisted on my taking It and ' the medicine wasn't but a little while In ridding me of my troubles. It gave me a splendid appetite, and I could enjoy a good hearty meal, even things X hadn't dare touch before, without any fear of it troubling me. "Then I had the influenza and be came dreadfully sick and weak, but my stomach kept In good order and it only took four bottles of Tanlac to build me up again to where I'm now feeling better than at any time I can remember. I have gained eleven pounds In weight,' too, and words can't express the gratitude 1 reel toward Tanlac I keep Tanlac In the house all the time now, for I know It Is a medicine that can be depended upon. Tanlac is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Adv. (Western Newspaper Colon News Serrice.1 WESTERN Wbolgrowers of Jericho, Utah, have rejected all bids on the 100,000 pounds of wool pooled by them. The highest bid was 16 cents a pound. Fifteen men, including an American engineer, were badly Injured In an ex plosion In the Kosita coal mine, Coahuila, Mexico. Reports stated that all of v the injured have been taken from the mine. A resolution petitioning the federal government to extend the Yukon trunk road and telegraph system to the Fort Norman oil fields in the Mackenzie val ley was unanimously adopted by the Yukon Legislature. This is the shortest-possible route to Fort Norman. Cantaloupes, first of the season to reach San Francisco sold recently for $1.66 each, when a crate of six from Brawley, Imperial county, California, was disposed of at $10 in the commis sion district. The shipment was a week earlier than the first last year. A hog with a taste for corn mash led revenue officers to an Illicit still lo cated about thirty miles northwest of Chickasha, Okla. Revenue agents were looking for the still, but It was not lo cated until the hog, nosing its way out of the brush, and rooting In the ground for the top of a buried barrel of mash, brought It to their attention. Women who perform men's work are entitled to the same wages as men, the Industrial Relations Court ruled at To peka, Kan., in the case of the Wolff Packing Company of Topeka. A reduc tion hanging from 10 to 15 per-cent in wages was ordered and the basic eight hour day established for the packing Industry in Kansas. Miss May Brown of Salt Lake City, 28, a school teacher, took her brother- in-law's pistol, walked from the house to an orchard at the rear and while members of her family watched from the windows shot herself In the heart and died instantly. As she left the house Miss Brown said she was going for a walk and when she reached the orchard placed the revolver to her breast and fired. ' Onions Are Dumped. Lodi, Calif. Owners of 3,000 sacks of onions in storage here asked the city for permission to dump them on the city dump grotfhds on the Moke- lumne river. They said there is no market for the onions, which, it is un derstood, cost $1.25 a sack. The sell ing price is iu cents a sack, with the sack thrown in. Decorative Splendors. "Riches have wings." "True," replied Miss Cayenne. "But the effect depends on the Intelligence with which they are utilized. The most beautiful ostrich feather is like ly to look a trifle shabby on the orig inal bird." SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS Bad Storm in Los Angeles. Los Angeles, -CaL Roofs of seven houses were ripped off and a number of trees were uprooted in the Wilshlre district of Los .Angeles by a wind which was accompanied by a heavy rain. One of the roofs wa carried 100 feet. No person was injured. May Review Court-martials. Washington. Review of court-mar tial proceedings which resulted during the war in dishonorable discharge of officers and men from the military service is proposed In a bill Introduced by Representative Johnson, Repub lican, South Dakota. Mr. Johnson said that 50,000 officers and men bad been "hastily tried by court-martial and er roneously convicted." There ia only one medicine that really stands out pre-eminent as a medicine for curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and Diaaaer. Dr. Kilmer's Swamo-Root stands the highest for the reason that it has proven to be just the remedy needed in thousands upon thousands of diatreasinjr cases. Swamp-Root makes friends quickly be cause its mild and immediate effect ia soon realized in most cases. It is a gentle, healing vegetable- compound. ' Start treatment at once. Sold at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medi um and lance. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Co., Bmghamton, 14. X- for a .mple bottle. When writing be sure and mention tnis paper. Adr. Indian Woman Awarded Land. Tulsa, Okla. Judge Owen Owen in -District Court here ruled in favor of Mary Partridge, Indian woman, in her nit to recover Croshie Heights, one of the most exclusive residential sec tions of this city, involving about $L- 500,000. More than one hundred prop erty owners are defendants Jn the suit. Hooked. Male Teacher Don't you think we ought to form a union? Female Teacher1 Oh, this is so sud den. Judge. Catarrh Wolves and Lions Must Go. Gray wolf and mountain lion pre sent ranges wm De mapped by the U. S. Forest Service In its co-operative campaign, with the Biological Survey to eradicate these two most destruc tive predatory animals from the stock ranges of Colorado and Wyoming. Catarrh is a local disease srreatlv influ enced py constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la . a Tonic and Blood Purifier. By cleansing the blood and building- up the System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE restores normal conditions and allows Nature to do its work. All Drug-gists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. About half of the residents of Lower California are Indians. There are more than schools in Germany. 500 music "Bad Service" Wins Suit Lincoln, Neb. Judgment for $300 against the Monroe Telephone Com pany was allowed by the State Su preme Court to Oscar Peterson, a "Boone County, Nebraska, farmer, who charged the company was responsible for the death of two horses because -of its failure to give him connection with a veterinarian. The court held "telephone companies are under duty to. furnish reasonably prompt connections, md are liable for loss directly trace able to breach of such duty. . Shave With Cuticura Soap And double your razor efficiency as well as promote skin purity, skin com fort and skin health. No mug, no slimy soap, no germs, no waste, no Irritation even when shaved twice daily. One soap for all uses shaving. bathing and shampooing. Adv. Fifty years ago it was an uncom mon thing in England for. women to attend funerals. Essentially the eame from Florida to Brazil. fishes extend WASHINGTON An Increase of $15,460,378.64 in the public debt during April has been an nounced by the treasury. On March 31 the total was ,$23,980,104,397.83, as compared with $23,995,564,776.47 on April 30. Issuance of treasury certifi cates and the payment of more than $120,000,000 of interest on the public debt during the month, which was an off month for income tax receipts, of ficials explained, was responsible for the increase. The Senate passed the emergency immigration bill fixing admission of aliens to 3 per cent of each nationality resident in the United States in 1910. The bill is effective for fourteen months beginning fifteen days after enactment. The vote on passage was 78 to 1, Senator Reed, Democrat, Mis souri, opposing the measure. The measure was sent to conference with the House to adjust differences made in it as passed by the House. A husky navy "gob" apparently eats half again as much as an army "dough boy," Senate naval committee Informa tion indicated. The comparative ra tion cost for March was shown to be 60 cents a day for a Jackie against 38 cents for a lad in khaki. "The salt sea air builds good appetites," ob served Chairman Poindexter. Austria, foiled in her attempt to get out of chancery via the receivership route, now proposes to turn over her industries to foreigners, providing they, will come in and run them, a consular report to the Department of Commerce revealed. The Vienna government has decreed that Austrian corporations may transfer their entire" business to foreign companies. Building of homes and apartments Im beginning to boom generally throughout the United States, accord ing to reports to the Federal Reserve Board. This does-not mean that rents will drop Immediately. The nation now is five years behind its' normal building program, and approximately 1,250,000 dwellings short, according to data collected by the government. This shortage cannot be reduced in a few months. A bill said to be designed to carry out President Harding's desires for the curbing of demands from execu tive departments for deficiency appro priations has been introduced in the House. It would create a board, in which the chairman of the House and Senate appropriations committee would sit, to pass on applications for deficiency appropriations before they could be transmitted to Congress. William M. Stuart of Michigan, now assistant director of the census, was nominated by President Harding to be director of the census. FOREIGN An official declaration by the White Russian government of the impend ence of White Russia as a White Rus sian Jewish state was published by the Reval peoples daily, says a dis patch from Reval. Marion liielicker, 17, wrs found drowned in a car of gasoline on the Kansas City Southern tracks near Port Arthur. He had evidently been overcome by fumes and slipped Into the liquid. Almost on the eve of the arrival in the Philippines of the American mis sion, headed by Major General Wood, Maharuh Untoong, a Moro religious fanatic and ninety-two of his Moham medan followers were killed In a pitched battle with the constabulary. A. de Bernardi, vice president of. the Kansas City,. Mexico & Orient, who made an inspection trip over the Ori ent lines in Mexico, said the company is contemplating the' expenditure of $20,000,000 to $35,000,000 to complete the line from Kansas City to the Gulf of California. France held a two-day observance of the centenary of the death of Na poleon. A salvo of artillery at the In- valides marked the passing of a cen tury since the death of the great war rior at St. Helena and closed the exercises. The celebration appeared to have little appeal for the general pub lic. ' GENERAL - Frank Miller is held at Muskegon, Mich., on a charge of mayhem. . It is alleged he twisted off his wife's ears because of her relations with Jaseph Romenoff- Five hundred city laborers of Lima, Ohio, petitioned the council to be al lowed to work ten hours a day, instead I of eight, as, heretofore. No increase in wages was asked. A strike of approximately 150 bak ers employed in twelve Jewish whole sale baking companies was the prin cipal development In the May 1st labor situation at Cleveland. High school fraternities and socie ties were declared evil, in that they tended to "create snobbishness and in subordination," in an opinion given in Circuit Court at St. Louis. Motion pictures censorship by a board of review established under the industrial commission failed to re ceive the approval of the .Wisconsin Senate, which killed the bill, 27 to 4. ' Fire destroyed the Osage cotton seed oil. mill and small buildings in the same business block with a total dam age of approximately $2,000,000 at Shawnee, Okla. Flames reached more than 100 feet in the air. An orderly parade and meeting called by the Socialist party of Amer ica as a demonstration in favor of so viet Russia were the only observances of May day at Chicago. Police had for bidden the display of the red flag and not a mone was to be seen. Mrs. Clarence Mullenix, 36 years old, is confined' in a hospital for the insane at St. - Joseph, Mo. It was disclosed she drowned her two children, a 6-year-old boy and an 8-year-old girl, in a pond near their home, several miles from Unionville, Mo. The bodies were recovered. The 'Portuguese steamer Mormugao went to New London under her own power after having been floated by tugs from the west side of Block-Isl and, where she grounded In a heavy fog. All of her 448 passengers were transferred to naval vessels and were taken to New Bedford. ' While cleaning out a box of sup posed rubbish a waiter at the Hotel Ambassador at Los Angeles, discovered a necklate with 100 small diamonds. It was found to have been the property of Mrs. Arthur T. Gage of Los Angeles and is supposed to have been accident ally lost. It was returned to the owner. The value is $10,000. The Extension Service of the Colo rado Agricultural College has a good selection of bulletins available for dis tribution to the people of Colorado. The theft of jewelry and money to talling $10,555 while she dozed In a moving picture theater in Chicago, was reported to the police by Mrs. Bessie Morrison, wife of an oil operator of Salt Lake City. The automobile drivers license of Peter E. Thropp, 16-year-old son of Peter D. Thropp, a manufacturing ma chinist, was revoked at Trenton, N. J. Thropp admitted placing tacks in the highway near Bordentown. He said he did it to disable a car of his chum and rival in love, who had taken a girl they both admired for a drive. Colorado is becoming more distinc tively and American state. There was a decrease of 7 8-10 per cent in the foreign-born populationof Colorado in the decade from 1910 to 1920. According to an announcement of the census bu reau the actual foreign-born . decrease was from 126,851 in 1910 to 116,954 in 1920. The population of the state has increased from 799,024 in 1910 to 939,- 629 in 1920. Creation of a new state of northern Illinor was advicated by Senator Den vir of Chicago, HI., who introduced a resolution in the Illinois Senate calling on Congress to divorce Cook county and seven neighboring counties from the other ninety-four counties in the state. Burglars who blew and plundered the safe deposit vaults of the Bank of Campbell at Campbell, N. Y., escaped with Liberty bonds and other securities valued at $50,000. No details or pre cise statement of the valuables taken have been made up yet. PRICES Phosphate BaMng Powder 0 IN YOUTH'S GAY SPRINGTIME I BOBBY WANTED THAT AGATE Incident of Innocent Pleasure That Excited the Admiralion of Gap Johnson. "It shore does a feller good to see the innocent pleasure children get out of the coming of spring!" said Gap Johnson of Rumpus Ridge. "The first right warm day most of my young-'uns swarmed, as you might say. Wife took and ripped 'em out of their under clothes that she'd sewed 'em up in last fall, and they hit the path for the creek, scratching and cussing mer rily. "They found there seven or eight of Gabe Glggery's kids, three or four of Jim-Tom Tullery's, a bunch of Zeke Xawley s and several more than no body could tell whose they were till they got their faces washed. Well, then there was a grand hooraw as they all shucked theirselves and whirled In to tying each other's clothes up in hard knots; and fighting about it, and such as that. Round and round and over and under they went till they all fell into the drink and kept right on lamming each other till they knocked all the water out of the creek." Kansas City Star. His Views. "A 'zoo is a place to reflect on the superiority of mankind," remarked the bumptious citizen. "I don't agree with you," answered Mr. Grumpson. "I've never visited a 'zoo but two or three times In my life, bat the thought that struck me was that all the animals were attend ing strictly to their own business and if mankind had less curiosity and more consideration for dumb creatures none of them would have been there." Birmingham Age-Herald. Near Blngeht, in Germany, is a fam ous echo which will toss a sound to and fro no less than 70 times. If Persistency Could Have Got It for Him, We Must Admit He Deserved It. ' . The older boys were playing mar bles. Three-year-old Bobby wished! some agates iike his brother had and! asked father for two cents to buy one with. The money was given to him ' and he immediately . wished to go to the store to make the purchase. So persistent did he become that father said: "If you don't keep still about that agate I will take those pennies away from you." "What will you do with the pennies if you take them away!" he asked. "Why, I'll put them back in my purse." "Will you take them uptown when you go to the office?" "Yes ; I will. After a few T moments' reflection, Bobby came back with: . : "And will you buy me an agate with them?" ) In Memoriam. ,A crowded elevator In a western of fice . building was, nearing the bot tom of its descent when it suddenly dropped a few feet, recovered, - and continued its trip at a normal rate. "It's all right," said the elevator boy reassuringly. . "If it had fallen It would only have meant a couple of stories. "That's all," replied a portly gentle man, casting a solemn eye upward. "Just twoone in the Star and one In the Times." American Legion Weekly. ' x Very Absent. Maid "Mum. the garbage man ia , here." Mrs. Newlywed "Tell him X don't want any this morning." Owing to the shortage of small change in Paris, half the beggars have disappeared from the streets. let the Children in.too ! It's no longer necessary to maintain a. dividing line at the "breakfast table r tea or coffee for grown-ups -no hot cup for the youngsters Sez-ve to each, member of the fam ily; and all will be pleased and benefited by this pure, wholesome cereal drink. "There's a Reason lor Postam Sold y all grocers Made hjr Postum Cereal Company; be. Battle Greek. Michigan.