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. ... jo. . o. . Store Hours, 9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. < Sixteenth and Stout Streets. ’ : Of Interest to the Woman Who Envelope Chemise Specially Does Fancywork Priced at $1.98 15c a Ball Made of dainty corded seeo silk and fine | nainsook. They are very desirable garments | -This offer is timely, indeed, coming as it ppetty christmas gifts. does long enough before Christmas to allow | time for the making of lovely hand-made Lingerie Shop—Second Floor jj gifts. I —There is white in all numbers and colors ' ? in Nos. 10, 30, 50 and 70. J; Echo Maid Regulation Dresses ■< —To complete the color assortment we have . | added Clark’s O. N. T. Crochet Cotton, all for the School Girl numbers in ecru only, at the same price, 15c _ In clags , )y itself is the Echo Maid Dress. a haU - It has all the advantages of the regulation * Booth Main Floor dress and yet is individual and smart. | They are of fine quality storm and French | serge in navy and brown. They are middy ( . 0 . f __ j add Norfolk styles trimmed with black, | Heavy Union Suits for Girls and ' J white or beautiful gold braid. p —Sizes 6 to 14 years 25.00 to 29.75 >; Priced Very Low for Saturday j; Shop of Youth—Second Floor | —Girls’ union suits of heavy fleeced cotton, fine weave, nicely finished and made i\ith ■■ flat seams. The styles are high neck, long | sleeves and Dutch, elbow sleeves, all are _ . ttT • D >' .„kl c length. Si... tn., fit perfectly tor Annual Sale of Hair Bow Ribbon | girls from 2 to 16 years of age. _ The delight of the young girl’s heart is I gj ze 2 suit 1-25 heaps of lovely hair bows. | 10c additional charge for each larger j n j] 10 assortment we are offering are ig size. beautiful colored moire and taffeta ribbons | -Boys’ union suits of heavy weight gray very specially priced for this sale. fleeced cotton, fine ribbed and made with \ wonderful collection of hair bows, tied | flat seams. Sizes to fit boys perfectly from an d ready to wear. In full two-yard lengths, | 6 to 16 years of age. yard 78o Ip K< —Size 6 suit I- 50 —Moire and taffeta ribbon in 5-inch width. | 10c additional for each larger size. We have all colors in this extra good qual- | ity ribbon, yard 39c | Booth and Underwear Dept.—Main Floor " ;>: Ribbon Shop—Main Floor t!< ——— ■ 1 — ' Women’s Wool Sport Hose Half \ Price Saturday This Is an Opportune Time to I , ,, . , ... Buy Handkerchiefs J —A special purchase enables us to make this | splendid offer. They are vide ribbed and _ 0m . stock of handkerchiefs is complete \ colors are brown, oxford and green heathers. priee8 aJ , e indeed attt . ac ti V e. Why | Sizes fiom 9 to 10 1.25 buy now and avoid the rush and worry j Booth and Hosiery Shop—Main Floor of last-minute purchases? —A splendid assortment of women’s hand- | 1 embroidered Madeira handkerchiefs with > pretty scalloped borders 89c Odd Lot of Womens Sweaters Women's sheer linen handkerchiefs, hem- Jj Priced From 5.95 to 11.95 stitched and with daintily embroidered cor- j ners j —Various stvles and colors of serviceable S i a Men’s full size handkerchiefs of pure linem a and attractive sweaters all reduced for quick men xuii size ..a ‘ & to be had initialed or plain hemstitched, 59c v clearance. s Men’s cambric handkerchiefs with ini- S — tials, 35c; 3 for 100 jj Boys’ cambric handkerchiefs with plain or | A Special Selling of the Very fancy co]ored borders 15, 25c I Popular Skirt Length Boys’ pure linen handkerchiefs 39c j< Bloomer, $5.69 . . t Handkerchief Shop—Main Floor » 'When wearing one of these bloomers you | do not sacrifice style for comfort. The nar- —I row skirts fit smoothly over it and yet you | have protection from the cold. Booth Sale of Beautiful Rhine —The garments we are offering in this sale Stone Bar Pins, $1.00 are of heavy jersey in beautiful shades of jj emerald, purple, taupe, gray, Belgian and _ —Finely cut and brilliant stones set in plat- >< many others. They are trimly shirred at the inoid combine to make these bar pins the | ankle and have reinforced seats. They come loveliest you have ever seen at this extreme- S in all skirt lengths. ly low price. | Petticoat Lane—Third Floor Booth—Main Floor I How Long Distance Service Is Constantly Guarded As carefully as the sentinel guards the camp of his eomrades in 1 1 me of war. we guard your telephone talks over the long-distance t cle Phone hnes^ Your telephone is sheltered in home or office, but the wires connecting it with telephones in other cities and towns cross bleak mountain ranges and storm-swept prairies, subject constantly to the ravages of the elements. Dav and night the wire chiefs watch the circuits, testing them, keeping them clear and preparing in cases of emergency to rush repairmen to the scene of trouble. Every morning at 6 o’clock, before the day’s business begins, tests are made with delicate apparatus, and with it the place can be determined within at least 100 feet where a loose wire, a broken cross-arm or even a broken tree branch hanging in the wires, may be causing trouble. Every month repairmen go over all the circuits. Cross-arms damaged by lightning are repaired, poles or wires loosened by the wind are strengthen . broken insulators are replaced and all other needed repairs are made. Even overhanging trees are trimmed up properly. To insure the public against sudden breaking of poles, carrying down with them perhaps a score of wires, at regular intervals pole-to-pole inspections are made. Every pole is tested, decayed wood scraped away and a record of the condition of each pole placed on file so that replacements may be made as needed. Carefully, constantly and unceasingly the long-distance lines are guarded to provide immediate service. The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company Gulf Stream. The gulf stream Is more rapid than the Amazon, more Impetuous than the Mississippi, and Its volume more than 1,000 times greater. The waters are blue, and the line of junction can be easily marked by the eye. Venerate Sandal Wood. No wood is so largely used by Hin dus in Indin ns sandal wool. Whether living or dead, it has been connected with their religious ceremonies for over fourteen centuries. Many Species of Bats. There are about ISO species of hats, and these are distributed over nearly every quarter of the globe. The larger hats are found in the warmer regions. Pigmy Pigs. The smallest known species of hog are the pigmy swine of Austria. They are exactly like other hogs in every particular except size, being no longer than a good-sized house rat. Consistency, Thou Art! A man laughs at woman’s vanity, then straightens his tie. brushes back Ills pompadour, carefully adjusts Ids hat and walks Into u soft-drink par ! lor.—Exchange. What Makes a Book. If n book come froiif the heart. It will contrive to reach other hearts; all art and authorernft are of small amount to that. —Carlyle. Helps the Circulation. One of tiie largest New York hotels supplies each of its guests, who aver age iMKX) a day. with a free copy of u ii»Mrning newspap****. Parents' Caprice. It Is no wonder that during infancy and early childhood life's lessons ar€ so difficult for tiie small beginner when the laws which govern them must seem to him just or unjust, con sisient or inconsistent, according to the knowledge or tin* caprice of the adult administering them. Policewomen Walk Like Men. London policewomen work In cou ples and have adopted tiie regular policeman's stride —long, slow-meas ured. As their work Is moral suasion, they carry no weapon, hut as a means of self defense they have learned jiu jitsu tricks. Warning Conveyed by Dream. To dream you are held up by a footpad signifies that unless you use extreme caution your enemies will overthrow you. To dream you are one warns you to proceed cautiously in your business. Retaliation. “Agnes Is tifty if she's a day, but she gives her age as only thirty.” “Well, you enn’t blame her in away. time has told on her and she’s getting i even by wiping off tin old score.” —Bos- ton Trunscript. Lost-Continent Theory. Dr. William Alanson Bryan, profes sor of zoology and geology in the col lege of Hawaii, claims to have discov ered traces of a 0.000-uiile prehistoric bridge of land betweeu South America and Hawaii. THANKSGIVING § TURKEYS j Wholesale and Retail Staple £ and Fancy Groceries g I | j j i| Fresh and Cured Eastern Corn-Fed Meats. I Fruits and Vegetables ARCHIE MARKET § A. HASER, Proprietor 1950 LARIMER STREET DENVER s<| Phone Main 6754 || Our Hobby Is Good n~ , — 1 _ . . . Ask to sec Printing samples of our busi . ness cards, visiting - U cards, wedding and other invitations, pam phlets, folders, letter heads, statements, shipping tags, envelopes, etc., constantly carried in stock for your accommodation. Get our figures on that printing you have been thinking of. New Type, Latest Style Faces A Hot Time. Another time when a man’s hot tew per sometimes costs him money h when he gets so mad at his landlord he forgets how much the moving mao will have to be paid.—Kansas Citj Star. Birds of Another Color. When poets indulge in flights of J faney Hiey have Hie rournge of theii j ummiis ‘.'art-tons Magazine. Power of Love. Love Is what makes a person at the amateur theatricals think the leading lady is every hit as trood as a profee* sionnl.—Ohio State Journal. Speed of a Projectile. A projectile, weighing 1.400 pounds, which is fired in 14-lnch guns, leaves the gun at n speed of almost half a mile a second. At three miles the speed has but slightly slackened. Greece and Rome in Early Days. In the early days of Greece and Rome nil the doors of dwellings open ed outward. A person passing out of the house knocked on the door before opening It Mozart a Composer at Five. Mozart began composing at an earlier age than anybody else on rec ord. At four lie was exhibited as an Infant prodigy and at five he composed concertos. When he was eleven he Sugar From Palm Sap. In the Kast Indies a sugar known as lagger.v Is made from the sap of the coconut palm. The sap Is obtained by cutting the tlower sparhe and the Juice yields about l. r > per cent of sugar. It is consumed locally and Is very pure. Chemically, much of It Is Identical with cane and beet sugar.