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| 0. V. FAIRBANKS —Prop*.— N. FAIRBANKS Jkjfo Fairbanks I Hotel and I ! FIRST CLASS Cafe | MEALS SERVED (Formerly Barnes Hotel) || HOME COOKING 2716 Welton St., Denver, Colo, j Phone Main 4843 J. GIBSON SMITH j Art Dealer 1638 Tremont St. Denver | PHONES: DENVER, CHAMPA 2077; PUEBLO, 864. DAY OR NIGHT. Not The Cammel Though jj “ ou Undertaking Company Reliable j j HOJIK FUNERAL PARLORS. 2418 Welton St., Denver. 045 Routt Ave., Pueblo,,Colo. Motto: Service, efficiency and modern conditions through out. Consult us. We can save you time, worry and money. Your cares and sorrows are treated as though they were our own. LICENSED EMBALMERS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND I.ADY ATTENDANTS. E. V. CAMMEL, PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER, DENVER AND PUEBLO. WESTERN BEEF CO. Open to s:!(l the Dale anti Sanitary Mar- Sundays Until 2:00 p. m. kets in the City. Fresh Oysters, Chitterlings, Pig Tails, Snouts, Ears, Pigs/Feet, Neck Bones, Spare Ribs Received Fresh Daily. Fresh and Cured Meats of All Kinds.. Fresh Vegetables, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Our Prices Are Always the Lowest Free Delivery to All Parts of the City. Phone Champa 1041. 2048 LARIMER STREET DENVER, COLO. Opposite the Three Rules. THE CHAMPA PHARMACY TWENTIETH AND CHAMPA, Is the place to get your DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND PATENT MEDICINES WE SERVE DRINKS. PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY. Phone us and »ve will deliver the goods to all parts of the city. JAMES E. THRALL, Propr. PHONE MAIN 2425. Telephone Main 207 Besldence Phone Champa 328. P. H. BALFE PRACTICAL PLUMBER.—LICENSED DRAIN LAYER. ! Jobbing Promptly Attended to—Special Attention Given to Ventila tion and Sewerage—All Work Guaranteed. 2018 CURTIS STREET. DENVER, COLO. A FULL LINE OF Black and White Remedies Ane a Full Line of Mme. C. J. WALKER’S Toilet Articles. BUT WE KNOW YOU WILL LIKE Jones West Hair Pomade Best. Atlas Drug 2701 Welton St phone Main 875 granberry taxi company Office 2741 Welton Street. oulek and eron.pt Service Bar aad Nlltht Call Cs for Special Ilnlea u ou Out-Of-Town Trip*. LATEST NEWS EPITOMIZED FROM TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS THAT COVER THE WEEK’S EVENTS. OF MOST INTEREST KEEPING THE READER POSTED ON THE IMPORTANT CURRENT TOPICS. Wfßtprn Newspaper Union Newa Service. WESTERN Fire, which swept the department store district of Sacramento, Calif caused a loss estimated at $1,500,000. Four firemen were Injured fighting the flames, one perhaps fatally. The robbers who pillaged the Bur lington railroad's transcontinental fast mail at Omaha and secured loot vari ously estimated at from $20,000 to sl,* 000,000, have dropped completely out of sight. High rents caused two southern California partors, the Rev. M. C. Deweese of a Los Angeles Methodist church and the Itev. Warren Rising of a Presbyterian church at Van Nuys, a suburb, to move their families into their churches. Bloodhounds from Albion, Neb., have been used in an effort to run down Dennis Chester, who escaped from a Burlington train near Broken Bow, while en route from Great Falls, Mont., to Kansas City, where he is wanted in connection with the shoot ing to death of Florence Barton, daughter of a wealthy shoe manufac turer. The loss in the Burlington mail car robbery at Council Bluffs, lowa, will total at least $3,500,000, it was made known when additional postoffice of ficials came to assist In Investigations and a check of the insurance on the pouches was made. The sack which was found had been ripped open con tained SBOO,OOO in government bonds, the investigators said. Mrs. Mildred Harris Clmplin, mo tion picture star, again became Mildred Harris. Judge York at Los Angeles granted her a divorce from Charlie Chaplin, world famous screen come dian. An agreement, by which she will receive approximately $200,000, was approved by the court. It pro vided that $50,000 should be paid to her at once and $57,500 within one year. The settlement agreement sped fles she shall not use the name of Chaplin professionally. In the midst of a traffic jam with hundreds looking on, Dewey Morgan, jitney driver, was shot to death on Kansas City’s busiest corner. V. P. Miller, jitney passenger, has been ar rested and lias admitted the shooting. Morgan was shot five times in the back. Miller told police he shot Mor gan because the latter had lured his wife from lier home. Police had dif ficulty in saving Miller from the crowd, which threatened lynching. Morgan owned several livery and jit ney motor cars. Miller drove one of these ears for Morgan at night. WASHINGTON The internal revenue bureau con firmed reports that a crusade against home brewing of alcoholic beverages is planned by the government’s prohibi tion enforcement agencies. John Burke, treasurer of the United States, a former governor of North Dakota, Ims submitted his resignation, to become effective Jan. 1, when he will become president of an automobile body manufacturing company. The Japanese population of the three Pacific states —California, Ore gon and Washington—has increased at a lower rate since 1910 than it did between 1900 and 1910, figures an nounced by the census bureau show. In Hawaii, however, there was a de cided increase and nearly half the total population of the islands is made up of Japanese. An insurance policy on the life of a person who commits suicide is pay able, if all conditions of the policy are complied with, the supreme court ruled at Washington, in sustaining lower court decrees in a suit brought against the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company by Isabel 11. John son, beneficiary under a policy ob tained by her husband. The 1919 death rate in the death registration area of continental United States, embracing 31 per cent of the total population, was shown in sta tistics made public by the Census Bu reau to be the lowest recorded for any one year. The rate of 12.9 per 1,000 of population showed a drop of 5.1 per 1,000 from the unusually high rate of 1918, resulting from the epi demic of influenza. Home-brewing was brought actively under the prohibition ban when it was learned that enforcement officials hud ruled against the sale of hops and malt to others than bakers and con fectioners. Great secrecy surrounded the prohibition bureau’s action. Orders withdrawing from service Iwenty ships totaling more than 70,000 lead weight tons, have been issued by the shipping hoard. They will he tied up at Norfolk, Baltimore and on the Pacific const. The largest vessel with drawn is the Western Scout, &,**& to be tied up at Baltimore. 1 FOREIGN The city magistrate and the chief of police of the native city of Shanghai have Issued an edict against the ex travagant styles now being worn by Chinese women. It warns ugainst ap ing foreign styles, with the display of ankles and Imre arms. Erlvun, capital of tlm Armenian re public, has been evacuated, communi cations between the great railway Junction of Alexandropol and Tiflis, capital of Georgia, having been cut, completely isolating Armenia from tlie outside world. The postal convention making all lhe countries of North, Central and South America and Spain one postal territory was signed by the delegates of Spain, the United States and the other countries concerned at Madrid. The convention, which nlso provides for free transport of correspondence from nay signatory nation to another signatory nation, will come into force Jan. 1 next. The treaty concluded by the Italians and Jugo-Slavs at Ruppallo settling I lie dispute over Flume and other ter ritory on the Adriatic littoral has been approved by the United States, Groat Britain and France, Premier Giolltti announced. Under this agreement Flume is to ho an independent state and Italy relinquishes her claim to part of Dalmatia, which will bo an nexed by Jugo-Slavia. A commercial treaty will lie negotiated Iflter. A young man, wearing the uniform of a French lieutenant, recently ob tained 780.000 francs (nominally about $157,000) from the French ministry of finance on presentation of a payment order purporting to have been issued by the quartermaster of the army of occupation at Mayence. The order proved to lie a forgery. The police arrested Henri Plate!, 21 years old, a tailor. They say Platel confessed to ilie crime, adding: “Some say it Is hard to obtain money from the gov ernment. It’s easy.” The defeat of the Yenizelistas in the Greek elections leaves the Lloyd George cabinet in England as the only war government In Europe which lias survived the world conflict. Russia is not taken into consideration, ns the soviet regime at Moscow lias not been recognized by the allied powers. The war governments of the following European nutions have fallen : France, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and Serbia. The war government of the United States also has gone by tlie defeat of Governor James M. Cox, who was pledged to carry out the policies of President Wilson. GENERAL “School Week” will he observed throughout the nation the week of December 5-11, as the Commissioner of Education is designating the first lull week in December as “School Week.” Six firemen were seriously injured in Milwaukee in a $400,000 fire which gutted a four-story building occupied principally by the Milwaukee Seed Company. The firemen were injured when the rounds of an extension lad der collapsed. A prison guard and a convict were shot apd two other guards badly beaten at the Missouri state peni tentiary at Jefferson City, Mo., when four convicts made an unsuccessful attempt to fight their way to freedom. Tlie men were captured before they could get outside the prison wall. Chicago’s police force today was given the biggest shakeup in its his tory by Chief Charles C. Fitzmorris, recently appointed to succeed John L. Carrlty, whose resignation was re quested by Mayor William H. Thomp son. Abolishment of the special squads did away with the homicide squad, the bomb squad, the rifle corps, tie burglary squad, tlie “flivver details” and numerous other special organiza tions created by Garrity. Mrs. George A. Deßutte, 58, wife of the president of the Melbourne Sav ings Bank at Marshalltown, lowa, was burned to death In the furnace her home. After missing her, Mr. De Butte began a search and found his wife’s body wedged in tlie furnace door. She had been ill for some time and is believed to have committed suicide. Declaring that the Navy Department would “go the limit” to uphold the iiutliorities of the Naval Academy at Annapolis in their efforts to stamp out hazing at the institution. Secre tary Daniels announced that instruc tions had been issued that no hazing would be tolerated and that any mem ber of midshipmen would be dismissed if necessary to end the practice. Three j'ears ago Miss Anna Nyquist, whose home is in Stambaugh, Mich., began a training at Augustana hos pital in Chicago. She became a grad uate nurse. After receiving her di ploma, she entered the elevator, fainted ,uid fell forward. Before the operator could stop the car, tlie beam at tlie top of tlie elevator door had crushed her head. She died a few minutes later. The driver of the wagon which drew the explosive which killed thirty seven persons and wounded hundreds, Sept. 10, last, in Wall street, remained in the vicinity for forty-eight minutes afterward, the Evening World de clared in presentation of evidence in its “solution of the explosion mys tery.” Ownership of $1,300 in gold, found on a farm near Greensboro, Ind., six mouths ago by Levi Todd, a 15-year old boy, was settled in tlie Circuit . Court by Judge Cause deciding that “finders are keepers.” A. HASER, Prop. Phone Main 0758 ARCHIE MARKET Wholesale and Retail Staple and Fancy Groceries Fish and Oysters Hotels and Restaurants Our Specialty Fresh and Cured Eastern Corn-Fed Meats Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry and Game FREE DELIVERY 1950 Larimer Street Denver, Colo. CHOICE PLANTS AND CUT FLOWERS GREENHOUSES: Thirty-Fourth and Curti» Street* TELEPHONE, MAIN 1*11 DENVER. COLO ' Weatherhead Hat Co. TELEPHONE jjSBPfek PIONEER HATTERS MAIN 3208 OK THE WEST. WE tfE-PV' ' fjffFfr MAKE OLD HATS Established 1H70 NEW. RENOVATORS, BLEACHERS, DYERS AND FINISHERS Of Cents’ and Ladies* Hats of Every Description 1024 CHAMPA ST., DENVER, COLO. 1 Poro Hair Dressing Parlors f. | SCIENTIFIC AND SANITARY SCAM 1 AND HAIR TREATMENT j I MASSAGING, MANICURING, TOILET ARTICLES 3 L S Motto— “Efficiency” g S; | Mme. Lexie A. Brooks i aaao ogden street phone York sootw j » I C. c - DENNIS R. F. IX)NG ft The New Way Shoe M 1 | Repairing Co. sjk V, American Shoe Repairing Y®5v ' "%A FIRST-CLASS WORK *3, Rest Leather Used—Reasonable Prices 1855 Champa St. Phone Main 3737. UhNVEU, COLO. C. E. SMITH, Manager, Res. Phone South 1<K>8 The Market Company Wholesale and Retail Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fish and Oysters. Hotels and Restaurants Our Specialty. Fresh and Cured Eastern Corn Fed Meats Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry and Game. Telephones Main 4302, 4303, 4304, 4305 022-030 15TH STREET DENVER, COLORADO I PHONE MAIN 3023 RES. PHONE GALLUP 042 John K. 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