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*4*#' appearing In theee column* are at the rate of 5c per line If run jy the loaue, or 50c monthly, to be paid in advance, aa we have M> collector for thia department. No "ad*” taken over the phone. The List In the City to Choose From. THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COL JREO PEOPLE PROPOSES TO IIAKE TEN MILLION AMERICANS PHYSICALLY FREE FROM PEON AGE. MENTALLY FREE FROM IG NORANCE. POLITICALLY FREE --ROM DISFRANCHISEMENT AND SOCIALLY FREE FROM INSULT. F YOU BELIEVE TF *T WAY, JOIN /HEM. ACTIONS SPEAK WHERE WORDS FAIL. 0P„ THOMAS E. McCLAIN. DENTIST Office phone. Main 7416. Pyorrhea .peclalist. Residence, 822 Thirty-sec md street, phone Main 8397. Sundays .nd nights by appointment. Office sours, 9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 p. m. to t . in. Suite 4 and 5, 929 17th st„ near < urtis st.. Denver. Colo. HOTEL HOLMES. r’URN I SHED ROOMS—Modern con , sniences. Nicely furnished. York v?7IJ at 2146 Champa street. Mra J . p. Holmes. Prop. HOTEL HILDRETH Nice, clear, airy rooms, strictly imdern house, close in; rooms from t) 50 up. 2152 Arapahoe. Phone Main 7007. Mrs. Lillian Horn. Prop. rOK KENT i'wo nicely furnished a, isua Wellou St. On car line reasonable. THE DE LUXE 'urnished apartments of two and .nree rooms; hot and cold water, flas and electric lights; modern conven ances. Rates reasonable to desirable tenants. Mrs. R. M. Blakey, 2352-2358 Ogden St., Phone York 670. W. EUR RENT —Furnished rooms 1* in.aderr house; rates reasonable, on * ear lines. 2209 Welton SL Main ’lB5l. Mrs. Clara Maya 11-13-15 For Rent—One neatly furnished room in a modern house, for cheap rent at 2331 Ogden. Mrs. M. A Young, Phone York 2079 W. Im. p 11 " 1 7 ’ lm-p-11-10-17 FOR RENT —Furnlsued rooms In modern house, with kitchen privil *e«. on car line, at reasonable rates. Mrs. Addle Craig. 2537 Curtis street. Main 7872. FOR RENT —Two nicely furnished front rooms for lady or gentleman at 2837 Stout. Mrs. M. A. Cole, Olive 30, Rl. 4t-4-7-17c For Rent —Furnished rooms In mod ern house. Convenient to car lines; 2862 Tremont PI- Phone Champa 4015. 11-10-17. FOl. RENT Furnished rooms, modern, prices reasonable. Call at 2443 Tremont place. Mrs. Z. Hooper. FOR RENT —In a nicely furnished lome, rooms with hoard. First-class tome cooking, at 2609 Lafayette. Mrs. J. C. Steele. York 7764 W. FOR RENT —Furnished room with bath; gentleman only. 1869 Mar ■ on. 11-1-17. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms, mod ern conveniences, 607 28th street. Rates reasonable. Mtb. Nora Hatha way. Champa 3312. 11-3-17 tpc HOWARD HOTEL. Mr. James Howard, proprietor. Swell, large rooms; modem conven iences. 2215 Curtis street, phone Main 7290. 3-1-17 C Room for rent in private family. Everything modem and convenient, to a nice, quiet, single man. Apply at this office. Free Thermometer to each Customer. SOLES SAVED SATISFATORY A NEW WAY WHILE YOU WAIT -855 CHAMPA ST. PHONE MAIN 3737 Phone York 9068 Help the Blind O.JMarshall & Son Dealers in CORN BROOMS All lands of Corn Brooms end Bern Brooms 3541 Clarkson St. Dtnv'i >4 Geo Morrison’s s New Orchestra I- 1 COLOR BDII g Up-to-date Music and Hai 3 tiony furnished for a! occasions M E Phone Main 2707 2947 Stout St. Denver r Phone Main S6SS. a DR. JUSTIN A L.. FORDCj ! t OFFICE HOURS: a 10 to 12 a. m„ 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to Bp. m. 6 ' OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 2335 Arapahoe Street. Denver. ~ Residence 2344 Tremont PI. ‘ Olive 6RI before 8 A. M. QEORQEO. ROSS f Attorney and Counsellor 1 At Law 9 929 Seventeenth St. 1 Main 678? Denver, Colo. Decker Light & Fixture Compan> : 1432 CURTIS ST. | We Rent and Sel)| Gas Arc ; Mantles, Gu Plates and-J i JGla** Ware PHONE CHAMPA 944,fj r% I f ArtutkTFaacra! Dgsicaien Short Nstiss. FLOWERS_Fsr ' All OocmsMsi. CtvtMSi Traatecat* .. . i DENNIS J. SULLIVAN , Sullivan's Bled StoreJ | ‘PRACTICAL FLORIST 1 First Class Treatment to all All Work Guaranteed We Serve the Best Flower and Garden Seeds of ' All Kinds! [ 534 Fifteenth St. Denver, Cole, t Phone Main'24>S ; $ YOUR EYES^; B Tell the story of the care w you give them. : Don’t ( take chances; those head- . aches, that nervousness, WF and many other com- plaints, all come from f eye strain. : A scientific AA ■■ examination and good ojl glasses will bring relief. 5^ Mt —Try Us —* jX ocvotcd bciuuvut to to riaiunanon or m in ITU. TNC rtTTMC AW KAHUTACntUaC 0# CUSIU U ( § § ' 2 The Swifert Bro,. Optical Co. optioans mm 1550 CALJFOMIA ST. MAS SaTCOTTN ST. t •••sssi Western Seller See. P Sargent New York Wheel Ckairt For Sale or Rest j WM. JONES Maker of all kinds of Ortho- i pedic Appliances, Trusses, \ Abdominal Support, Elastic i Hosiery, Crutches, etc. 1 SO3 14*h Denver. Cole. < Phone Main /702| 1 . I .Atgliia OVER OS YEARS' EXPERICNCE m 1 11 nll Nj f T " D , E l e"ijr K * rffTTt' COPVRIOHTB&C. Anyone sending a sketch ■rid description msy . qnlckly ucertnln our opinion frse whether n;i 1 liirontlon !■ pro!>«hly pateiitftblo. Comniunlrt. t lona bi rlctly confidential. HANDBOOK on 'nicuu •unt froe. Oldest agency for aocurlngpatentn. Patent* taken through Munn S Co. recelro ipecial notice, without charge. In toe I Scientific American* : A handsomely lllnstmted weekly. J.erire*fc rtf. 1 cillation of any ir lentliio Journal. Terms, f.. a » roar; four months, |L Bold bjr nil nwwadealers. r i FOR RENT —Nemt furnished front room at 2515 Curtis street; call be- j tween 8 and 9 a. m. and after 5 p. m. j Main 15R3. THE LANDBBERRY ROOMB. Nice clean, airy, furnished rooms in strictly first class modern house; prices reasonable. 420 and 421 25th St. Mrs. Lucy Reed. Champa 2599. tfc-9-15. For Rent —Furnished room or house keeping rooms; nice place; a good home and close to town; a good place for men who work down town; 2404 Welton street. Call after 6:30 p. m. For Rent —Three-room furnished apartment at 709 31st street. Phone Main 8069. Call mornings. 10-4-17 FOR RENT —Ladies can room at the Negro Woman’s Club home, 2357 Clarkson street for $1.25 per week. Phone York 7379. 1 mo. 11-24-17. For Rent —Nice, clean, airy furnish ed rooms: modern house; furnace heat. Everything first-class; 2462 Glenarm PI. Phone Champa 475. Mrs. E. L. Stone. tf-12-1-17 FOR RENT —Furnished rooms at 2228 Downing, Mrs. C. H. Clark. Spe cial rates to persons who work out. Blue 30J3. 11-17-1 mo. For Rent —A couple of young, re spectable men will find cheap rooms at 1934 Ogden; strictly modern: kitchen privileges: or elderly man or woman. 11 -15-17-41 For Rent —Furnished 5-room house, partly modern, $15.00, Mrs. M. A. Cole. 2837 Stout St. 11-17-17-1 mo. POLLY’S INTRUSION By ELIAS KILLIAN. BBVii As Pearson sat on the little porch and sent circles of blue smoke into the soft night, snatches of gay talk, of laughter and of music came to him — Jolly was at the old home once more. The little Polly who used to spring across the barbed wire fence that di vided them and drop on the top step of the side porch, breathless; the little audacious Polly who plucked her short skirt full of his violets without even a “by your leave,” and climbed his cherry trees to toss his own cherries down to him, Polly had wintered at u fashionable school in New York, had summered abroad, and, crossing again, had made her smiling entrance into a world that seemed vastly interested in her. A little white-chid figure came through the odorous darkness and leaned on the barbed wire,' a little , plaintive voice called “Iloilo”^ softly. Pearson took refuge In silence. With a flash and flutter of feminine flounces she was over. “That’s still a barbed wire." Pearson culled. “Oh!” she clarionetted. “a barbed wire?” Sin* sped across the space that intervened to drop on his top step in breathless scorn. “Was it that?” she demanded. “I’ve been home a whole day." “No,” said Pearson calmly, “I don’t mean to come. You’ve so many danc ing about you that I’ll never be missed. And. anyway, Polly, I hear such out rageous things about you. Is It a habit of yours to whistle up yOur dog and stalk from the room in the midst of all the proposals?” “It’s because they make such a blun der of It,” said Polly. “I know how It should be done.” “You’re not so pretty,” said Pear son. disapprovingly. “No!” plaintively. “You’re little and you’re brown.** “Yes,” more plaintively. “Then why—why—” irritably, “does everything In man’s shape go down before you?” “I don’t know ; but” —sorrowfully— “they do. I—I—” she sighed heavily— “fell the bearded men at a breath, and the youths that grow between. But perhaps you aren’t familiar with Long fellow?” Polly was gone, and her low, mocking laugh drifted back to Pear son. Pearson had closed the door to his heart and rolled a big stone against it, telling himself he was done with womankind forever, as far back as Polly’s pinafore days. Polly came to the barbed wire some times, but she made no attempt to leap over it. Always she wns very, very gay, and after her going Pearson counted up his birthdays, ran his fin gers through his hair turning gray on his temples, und called himself an old, old fool. The twilight hour that Polly leaned over the wire to pin a rose that had burned In the colls of her golden hair on Pearson's coat she sang something tender and foolish about the rose be ing her heart. “Your heart,” Pearson chided. “It’s asleep, little child.” “It’s his heart that sleeps,” said Polly. “The little white guest cham ber that is mine has Its door ajar, but he won’t come in, ever.” Afterward he crept up to his room to drop his arm on his desk and his head on his arms, and sat there, wbil* night gathered deeper and deeper Into the room. Pearson stumbled down the stains that echoed to his footsteps, the smptF, lonely stairway over which no wom an’s soft draperies ever trailed, and out on the porch, there to find PoUy o« the top step. He sank down beside her. “What becomes of men who hang around the side entrance of heaven, atralllac their ears to catch, the music. Whfli i they know It is never possible for them jto slip in; what becomes of mlddle ag*kl Peris, Polly?” “I don’t know,” said Polly, “but I know what should become of them,” scornfully. “Why doesn’t your Perl go around to the front? Perhaps she hasn’t any spirit, either, his heroine; perhaps she sits on the doorstep and waits, perhaps—” “Polly I” “He’s—he’s a wooden Indian,” said Polly. “He lets the girl sit there on his steps and pretend that she’s look ing at the stars. He doesn’t care. Ha thinks she’s a doll-baby stuffed with sawdust; that she cares for all the empty, gay, frivolous things that sha hates; he thinks she likes to be foe* ever surrounded by a loc of pink* cheeked, light-headed boys that bora her so. And all the time she knows— I’m sure I don’t know how, for he acts so queer—that he lores her, and that a little question of arithmetic troubles him. It doesn’t really trouble her. The arithmetic of the heart Isn’t counted by years. He’s lonely and sad, and she can put into his life all that it has missed, but not unasked, and sometimes she’s wild thinking things over.” Polly’s voice trailed ofT into silence, and she struggled with a sob. The sob acted as an accolade on Pearson. It raised him Into a knight errant, bewildered, it’s true, but reudy and eager to go to the very ends of the world, if need be, after this dere lict who hud stolen his little chum’s happiness from her. He put out his Imnd and it fell on Polly’s bent heud. “Polly,” he said; “Polly”—helplessly—“if he were here beside you—” “He is,” sobbed Polly. I Copy right, 18X7, Wvstcra K«wap*P«r Union.) American newspaper correspond ents visiting the front in Flanders and in the snow-buried Italian Alps have time and again been greeted by this word. It was like a message from home and was Intended to let the visitors know that some one from home was there doing his bit. It hat been a cry of recognition and wel come. All baseball fans are familiar with this word made famous by Hugh Jennings, and doubtless a majority of them firmly believe he coined the expression. Perhaps he did, although it is stated on fairly good authority that it, came into use in the days of “Pop” Anson. But it was Jennings who fastened it upon the public mind, and Jennings always will b« associated with popularizing it.— Brooklyn Standard-Union. Midwest Extension Oil Co [ • i stock q cents a NOW SHARE i With our valuable holdings in Chanute, Kansas, field all paid for and drilling operations to start soon this stock will not remain long 2c. Oil in this section is found at a depth of 700 feet, and in large volumes We fully expect to be producing oil here within thirty days. There is but little question of our ability to find'oil as we are in a region where there are many producing wells, and the geologists sneak very favorably of our location. Our intention is to start drilling in this field os soon as we have secured sufficient funds to guarantee the drilling of three wells, and we are rapidly reaching that point. When drilling operations start and we find indications of oil this stock will naturally go up. Our Wvoming properties in The Big Muddy border on the property of the Midwest Oil Co. We are exceptionally well located in this field, the structures indicating the presence of oil underlying our I holdings. OUR BIG MUDDY HOLDINGS There are many companies operating in Wyoming that are not nearly so well located, with a cap- j itai t he same as ours and who are selling their stock at n much higher figure. Our Wyoming holdings alone offer an unusual speculative investment opportunity, but coupled up with our Kansas property our stock is doubly valuable. The Midwest Extension Oil Co. is capably managed by Denver business men who have had consid erable experience in the oil business. The company is organized for the purpose of making money out of oil and not out of the sale of stock. There is no promotion expense, no salaried officials and no office rent to pay. Economical management lias characterized the affairs of this company since its inception. the Coupon at Once. It May Be the Making of Your Fortune. A. A. WALLER 2636 Welton Street The Midwest 'Extension Oil Co/ 305-7-8 FOSTERBUILDING DENVER,COLOR ADO Buy every share you can at this price. % * FILL IN THIS SUBSCRIPTION AND MAIL AT ONCE MIDWEST EXTENSION OIL 00., 306-7-8 Foster Bldg., Denver. Colo. I hereby' subscribe for shares of the Treasury Stock of the Midwest Oil Coin oany at cents per share and inclose iny check for $ I agree to pay the balance in three equal monthly Installments on the day of each month, until paid. Name Address \ YOUR COUNTRY NIEDS GOOD LOOKING MEN AND WOMEN WHIN SOINQ TO NEW YORK CALL At THE J ALMA BEAUTY PARLOR For Facial Praparadnoss for Ladloo and Gentlemen . 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It is positively known that this treatment will grow the shortest hair, stop falling and splitting hair, eradi cate dandruff and prevent grayness. Once thoroughly tried no further inducement is needed. Scalp scientifically treated, electric massage and hair dressing. I guarantee to cure theworst case of ocalp disease. Six week treatment $1.50. Home treatment given. E: WILLIAMS, 2248 Clarkson St.. Denver. '