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Have Him Bring These Electrical Gifts to Please
YOUR MOTHER YOUR WIFE
Hotpoint, Teapot Hotpoint, Radiant Grill
YOUR FATHER YOUR SISTER
Hotpoint, Hotpoint, Chafing Dish
(To heat his shaving water) YOUR HUSBAND
Hotpoint, Radiant Heater
YOUR AUNT (To warm his office or den.)
Valveless Percolator YOUR COUSIN
YOUR DAUGHTER Hotpoint. Toaster
Hotpoint, Boudoir Iron YOUR SON
(And bag.) Hotpoint, Safety Comfo
Do Your Christmas Shopping Dur'ng America’s Electrical Week
—Dec. 2-9—and Do It Electrically.
The Denver Gas and Electric Light Co.
Shis Yl* The Perfect Christmas Gift
With 6 Fine Selections
Your Own Choice
<tl 7.25 2.00 Cash
«p 1 i == 2.00 Monthly
Plays 10 or 12-inch records. Although costing little, will
give you perfect satisfaction. Has exclusive patented Victor
features. Fully guaranteed.
The Store of Real Service.
KNIGHT - CAMPBELL’S
1625-31 CALIFORNIA ST.
'-mi-: PEAiiL BAk>iii-;k> shop-#*'
1021 19th Street
First-Class Tonsorial Artists in attendance. Best lino of Cigars and
Tobacco. Wo solicit your patronage. First-Class work guaranteed.
HARRV JONES, Prop. DENVER. COLO.
h START YOUR CHILDREN’S FEET
TO GROW RIGHT
UMtVMm fitting' them with
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HENNING’SSHOESTO EB2O & 822 isth st^denvek
Japanese Goods, Arts, Curios
Make Artistic Christmas Gifts
Beautiful Jnpnne*e Silk Kimono* Woven In Jupnu.
Any Foreign Toy Inatant'y appeals to the American Child. The
Japan* we Toys are particularly appealing. We have a very large se
lection at very reasonable prices.
We cordially Invite ladles and gentlemen to come and visit our
store before buying Christmas goods It will be worth your while.
Phone Main H 530 S. BAN COMPANY 11. Knahlno, Mgr.
'JOU»- 11 I i*rimer St. Denver, Colorado.
IMPORTERS OF JAPANESE GOODS OF AI.L DESCRIPTIONS.
OF FRESH NEWS
THE LATEST IMPORTANT DIS
PATCHES PUT INTO SHORT,
STORY OF THE WEEK
SHOWING THE PROGREBB OP
EVENTS IN OUR OWN AND
Western Newspaper Union Newa Service.
ABOUT THE WAR
‘Snow in some parts of the Balkans
is impeding operations.
The Greek king has ordered a gen
eral mobilization, it is reported.
Allies report advance of several
hundred yards in fighting along Mace
Heavy cannonading reported from
the Somme and Verdun fronts by both
Berlin and Paris.
Berlin claims the destruction of two
entente transports in the Mediterra
nean by a submarine, but this the Brit
Russians dislodge enemy from two
heights in Putna valley but admit he
tirement southeast of Saltaenly under
Austro-Germans nearing important
railroad center at Buzen after emerg
ing from the swamp lands of the Jalo
Rumanians still in full retreat be
fore Von Mackensen. Kaiser and Em
peror Charles of Austria visit German
Terrific fighting was in progress
Tuesday on the Rumanian border in
the Carpathians, where the Russians
are making vain drives.
Reports that Gen. Venustiano Car
ranza had been assassinated at
Queretaro were denied in official head
quarters at Nuevo Laredo, Tex.
Four German airplanes were
brought down, two of them on the Ver
dun front and two in the Champagne,
the Paris war office announced.
The Cerna river region of Serbia is
the scene of Teuton successes. The
Teutons have captured 30,000 Russians
and 10,000 Rumanians in the last few'
Infantile paralysis in San Francisco
is spreading, according to a report is
sued by the city health department.
John M. Phipps, who joined* th©
Elks on his 100th birthday, died at
Shenandoah, la., at the age of 105. He
was too old to serve during the Civil
Belle Feligman, newspaper woman,
was named at Missoula, Mont., as sec
retary to Miss Jeannette Rankin,
America’s first female member of Con
Thirty-seven unemployed "old men”
long past the deadline of 45 years are
in positions offered by four business
firms at Chicago—and all are making
"The young people of today are
leading an altogether too fast life to
live long," declared David Eaton, pio
neer resident of Fond du Lac, Wis.,
who has just celebrated his one hun
dred and first birthday.
Edward Fauster of Evanston, Wyo.,
in jail there on & charge of forging a
S6O check, is held as a suspect in con
nection with the murder of Chis G.
Gannon, a laborer, at a workmen’s
camp near Wasatch, Utah.
A bill authorizing licensed physi
cians to impart information concern
ing birth contra! will be among the
measures introduced at the session of
the California Legislature which opens
In January, it was announced at San
Efforts to keep down the cost of food
by bringing producer and consumer
closer together are outlined in the an
nual report of the federal bureau of
Members of Congress and senators
generally were gratified when they
heard that Germany had made formal
overtures to the allies looking towards
peace. Many of them said the United
States should use their influence with
the allies to bring about a discussion
of the German offer.
One cent postage for local first
class mail deliveries and a zone sys
tem of rates for second-class matter
which is expected greatly to increase
the charges for magazines and other
periodicals having a nation-wide circu
lation, are provided for in the annual
postoffice appropriation bill as virtual
ly completed in committee. The meas
ure, carrying appropriations totalling
about $327,000,000, will be reported to
Germany’s pence proposals, accord
ing to a German embassy official, will
Include a suggestion that the territor
ial status of the nations engaged be
returned "practically" to what it was
before the war started. The exemp
tions are establishment of independent
kingdoms of Poland and Lithuania and
some readjustment of international
boundaries in the Balkans.
Representative Ben C. Hilliard made
a valiant but losing fight for an
amendment to the omnibus fish hatch
erteH bill appropriating $50,000 for an
other fish hatchery in Colorado.
The German commercial submarine
Deutschland, returning from the Unit
ed States, arrived off the mouth of the
Peace proposals have been made by
Germany and her allies. According to
a semi-official announcement in Ber
lin the proposals are, in the belief of
the central powers, "appropriate for
the establishment of a lasting peace.”
Germany’s reply to the "friendly
protest" of America against Belgian
deportations was handed to Charge
Grew of the American embassy by
Foreign Secretary Zimmerman. It wai
immediately cabled to Washington.
Telegrams received at London from
Athens say that a revolution has
broken out in the Cyclades group of
islands in the Aegean sea. All the
Greek communities in Egypt, it is
added, have renounced their allegiance
to King Constantine.
Women were busy at Winnipeg,
Man., calling up their friends, asking
that no Christmas gifts be sent them.
This is part of a campaign to turn ev
ery available penny into buying com
forts for Canada’s manhood in the
trenches, "somewhere in France/'
The official list of the new British
ministry follows the unofficial fore
cast with two or three minor changes.
Mr. Lloyd-George, Lord Milner, Earl
Curzon, Andrew Bonar Law, and Ar
thur Henderson form what is offi
cially termed the ,War Cabinet, while
the others, who ordinarily have been
designated as Cabinet ministers, are
called heads of departments.
The new French cabinet, according
to the official list available, is com
prised as follows: Premier and min
ister of foreign affairs—Aristide Bri
and. Minister of finance—Alexander
Rlbot. Minister of war—Gen. Hubert
L. Yautey. Minister of marine—Rear
Admiral Lacase. Minister of fabrica
tion nationale, including munitions
and transportation—Albert Thomas.
The five foregoing cabinet members
will form a council of national de
Young Ahern defeated Willie Lang
ford in ten rounds at the Vanderbilt
A. C. in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Jimmy Duffy of Lockport, N. Y.,
knocked out Eddie Mclzer in thi
eighth round at Cincinnati, Ohio.
Johnny Kilbane, featherweight
champion, easily outpointed Alvie Mil
ler of Lorain at Youngstown, Ohio, in
a 12-round bout.
In the first game of the second
week of the pocket billiard tourna
ment at Denver, Mardeno (60) won
from Snell (80) by a score of 60 to 66.
David Janowski, the French chess
champion, and Jack Showalter of
Georgetown, former United States
chess champion, played to a draw at
Lexington, Ky., in the second game of
a three weeks’ series.
Nate Lewis, manager of Charlie
White and Johnny Coulan, returned to
Chicago from New York and an
nounced he had closed two matches
for White in the East. The left hook
artist will meet Walter Mohr of Brook
lyn at the Claremont rink, New York,
on Christmas afternoon, and New Year
afternoon he will battle Harry Dona
hue of Peoria, 111., at Rochester, N. Y.
Both will be ten rounds.
The skiing craze has hit the Aspen,
Colo., mining camp. A 3,000-foot ski
ing course is now in good condition
and many popular skiers will endeavor
to break the world’s record made at
Steamboat Springs last year. Aspen
boasts of having three or four ski
jumpers who held records in Sweden.
A skating rink 150x150 has been
opened by the Winter Sports Club,
and a hockey league is being organ
ized from which a town team will be
Not sin but virtue is seen by Dr.
Anna Howard Shaw in the apple-eat
ing incident of the Garden of Eden.
Charles H. Wax posed in Portland,
Ore., as Col. Mason and stole SIO,OOO
worth of diamonds from Mrs. Lillian
M. Ikle, according to her statement to
Alexander Blair Thaw, younger bro
ther of Lieut. William Thaw of the
French flying corps, has gone to
France, where he will take a military
pilot’s license test at the Buc aviation
field, near Paris, after which he will
probably join his brother at the front.
Mrs. Margaret Hale, aged 65; her
daughter, Mrs. Eva Hills, and Mrs.
Kitty Nicholson, aged 77, all of Les
Angeles, were killed at San Diego,
C’al., when an Exposition street car
crashed with the automobile in which
they were riding in the city park. H.
E. Kritch, who was driving the auto
mobile, was seriously injured.
Abnormal growth of urban popula
tion, especially through migration
from rural districts cityward, is one
of the mopt "fruitful causes" of the
high cost of living, according to
Joseph E. Ransdall, who addressed the
opening session of the Southern Com
mercial Congress, which opened at
Miss Virginia Taylor Lewis, a de
scendant of George Washington's sis
ter and a relative of Francis Scott
Key, died at Baltimore, Md. Sho was
born 74 years ugo in the house in
Washington to which Dolly Madison
fled when the White House wa;
burned by the British forces darln.
the war of 1812.
Oscar Samuelßon, who lived with
broken back at a North Side hospit
for more than ten years, died
cago. The issue of whether t’
ernment should pay for tha in
pending in Congress.
At The Denver a Child Can Buy An Safely An Itn Parent*.
THE DENVER.--TH© Great Store of the West
THIS MONTH IT IS A FAIRYLAND OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
This store is built upon broad lines, serving with equal interest and
faithfulness the people of all degrees in the social scale —not in the
haphazard fashion of the ‘‘general store,’ but as an association of thirty
distinct specialty stores, each one of which has a managing buyer, who
is persistent, experienced and energetic in selecting and assembling the
most desirable of all that foreign and American markets offer in his
No single-line store can be more efficient in its service to the
people than is each one of this congress of forty separate stores which
combine to round out ‘‘THE DENVER" to its symmetrical fullness and.
its capacity to serve every patron well.
OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT IS A TRUE ECONOMY SHOP.
"Cheap Goods Cheap" is not the mission of this Basement Bargain
Store. Its sole purpose is to supply to its patrons good goods at less
than usual prices. The proffered economies are safe and real because
the important price-saving and the Denver s unrestricted guarantee of
quality go together in every sale.
We want everybody in Denver to know our Basement Store from
personal observation, and to test by actual experiment the money
saving we advertise. THE BARGAINS ARE REAL BECAUSE THE
GOODS ARE WORTHY.
Come In often. You’ll see new thing* nt every vlait.
I. Gibson Smith
and Manufacturer of Artistic
SCREENS, DRESSING-TABLES, MIRRORS AND NOVELTIES
1638 Tremont Street
PHONE MAIN 4843 DENVER, COLORADO
NOTHING DOWN AND 17 CTS. A DAY
BUYS A PIANO. SALE NOW ON.
THE PIANO EXCHANGE
H. A. TRIGGS, Manager
211 Charles Block. Cor. 15th and Curtis Streets. Phone Champa 3742.
GEORGE BELL, Pres. H. H. ADDENBROOKE, Treas
A. L. SHELLEY, Vice-Pres. M. P. BELL, Secy.
THE GEORGE BELL COMPANY
LAPIDARIES AND MANUFACTURING JEWELERS
437 SEVENTEENTH STREET DENVER, COLORADO
“DO YOU NEED MONEY?”
We make loans on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Trunks, Suit Cases
and Hand Bags and Clothing of all kinds.
CHAS. BOMASH LOAN OFFICE,
1755 CURTIS ST. (Next door to Paris Theater.)
The MOST of the
for the LEAST
and All Woolen Goods
at Reduced Prices
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