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paper when wrltla* IMMHIXC. KODAK FINISNtNfi. Tfc# tr Meta Material* C«M'» DAK COIH PA NY. t, Denver. Colorado. XD SPICE®. ir Prlrea an Caffe# J for 3-pound •ample. N*t e tPKAV cirm * wci md Marhet 80, Dower. Cola. I’AIU.OHS. all kind* of hair will bring: anawer. 410 18th Bt„ Denver. COOP®. mr rnm4 Mary Stay di and ramp aqalpmaol. >m nearett rtore. ulo. Union An.. FoeMa Cola .. Cheyenne, Wyo. VERB. AI.I. OCCASION®. 43 llroadway. - (D WATCHES. JEWELRY CO. All ordera promptly 179. 16th A Champa IP BUTTON®. [ PLEATING CO. H. n. MW u. M -180S gtoot# Daaear. Cala. [ DEPARTMENT ■ies answered and furnished without firm above. Five Killed In Riot. l ive persons were killed thirteen others were wounded in here, which included the of n bomb. The trouble, the report, originated In an attempt- by Arab rioters on the Jew- Of the killed, four were and one an Arab. There were a ||B cases of knifing and shots were between the factions. The frustrated an Arab attack. U. S. to Get Beer Revenue. — l The government will sold for medicinal purposes the new treasury regulations, it said by treasury officials. Under revenue laws, officials ex* joined, the tax on beer containing thnn one-half of 1 per cent of in W a barrel of thirty-one gal and the tax on smaller amounts Wants 100 Woman Police. Pa.—Tensard De Wolf, in Morals Court here, an- that he would appear before Hj-or K. V. Babcock and the city Hncil and ask that 100 women be specie) police officers to vis- HestAurnnts, hotels, cabarets and places and “warn young girls of pitfalls” of the city’s night life, women would not have the power Harrcst. Births Exceed Deaths. Vusliington.—Births recorded in the rtli Registration area” during 1920 nle«l 1,508374, the public health announced exceeding deaths by > T -0- The birth rate showed a re ive increase of 7.6 per cent over The registration area now in des twenty-three states, comprising I** 1 ’ ce nt of the national population. $10,000,000 To Enforce Prohibition IVn ah injrton—Congress will be asked $10,000,000 for the enforcement of >liihltion during the next fiscal year increase of $2,500,000 over tlie ap jpriation for the current year. Liquor Yields $40,000 Weekly. Victoria, B. C.—Government sale of tior In British Columbia brings the Dvlnee an average profit of $40,000 tvock, J. o. Mac Lean, provincial sec «ry, told the Legislature. He pre yed that revenues the first year un r the new law will total $3,000,000, t including the sale of permits, from >Jch the government realized $121,- 1 the first fifteen weeks. Two Nuns Killed In Des Moines. r>es Moines, la.—Police are without clew as to the identity of the driver the automobile that ran down and lied Sister Mary Rosallta and Sister ary Virginia of 8t Joseph’s Acad >y. A 18-year-old boy was the only Itness to the accident, and he told e P°llce he was so frightened that he d not notice the driver. Bandits Get Registered Mail. n«||i«ivrva man. Ix)s Angeles, Calif.—Three bandits id up and robbed the driver of a ■II truck from postal substation C Fifth and Los Angeles street here id escaped with four pouches of mall, ie of which was registered, after mdcufflnr ths driver to a wheel of » truck. Son of Mark Hanna Dead. Cleveland,—Dan R. Hanna, publish ■ of the Cleveland News and Cleve nd Sunday Leader, and one of Cleve ad’s foremost business men, died of *art failure at hla home, The Croft, Mining, N, Y„ according to advices celved here. A son of the late Unlt -1 States Senator Marcus A. Hanna, 1 was bom Dec. 20,1808, In Cleveland id Is survived by his mother, of Chl oo, and Mrs. Harry A. Parsons of Isvtland and by elfbt chUdren. CljCjjirifl Never say “Aspirin” without saying “Bayer.” WARNING! Unless you see name “Bayer” on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 21 years and proved safe by millions for j ' Colds Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer” package which contains proper directions. of 12 tmbl.t,—Bottle, of 24 «nd 100—All dnufi.t.. Aavtna li tke tnds urk of Bayer Manufacture af Moooaoetleaetdaater ef Itl^Ucttll ©DISTEMPER AMONG HORSES —rr—faflj trutijplft Spohn’s Distemper Compound Sr.S"' ■lonil .* P reven , tlve •••inat these, mo occa llw 0t , BP 9 IW ®! *■ marvelously effective. As a rem edy tor esses already suffering, "SPOKICS** la eauallv effective, at'drur*stores** V * n ‘* V ** Don t wa,t * •• cents andV.IO per bottla BpOHNp OHN MEDICAL. COMPANY GOSHEN, INDIANA FRANCES E. WILLARD MUSEUM Little Schoolhouee Near Janesville, Wls., Dedicated to Memory of Great Temperance Leader. Log cabins and marble palaces, courthouses and round towers are now and again turned Into museums In the memory of some historic person. More rarely the building Is a Schoolhouse, but such Is the case with the new Frances E. Willard museum. The lit tle country schoolhouse near Janes ville, Wls., has recently been dedicated by followers of the American temper ance leader, among them former pu pils of Miss Willard’s In Wesleyan seminary and at Northwestern univer sity, and national officers of the Wom an's Christian Temperance union. The schoolhouse Is far from imposing. Miss Willard referred to It once as “a sort of big ground-put,” but It symbolizes the progress of a child who came Into a wilderness with her pioneer family, and through her good work gained a place for herself In the Hall of Fame at Washington, the only woman so honored. Secret Revealed. Innumerable years yielded up a se cret at the statehouse today. When a Janitor washed the transom In one of the rooms occupied by Ora Davies, state treasurer, It was disclosed that one of the glass windows was of clear Instead of opaque glass. The accumu lation of dust of years had given the glass a frosted effect. Mr. Davies said he would leave the glass clear and not cover the transom as has become a fad among some of the officials of the new administration. M III take a chance on anyone com ing along with a periscope,” said Mr. Davies.—lndianapolis News. Evaporated. “What’s the matter?” “I sold an article on 'Fresh Milk,’ and the editor condensed It I" —Wayside Tules You will never find time for any thing. If you want time you must make it Are you stepping on the brake or the accelerator? The food you eat does make a difference. Heavy, starchy foods often do alow down body and mind —often steal the energy that be longs to the day’s work. Grape-Nuts Is a go ahead food. It contains the perfected nourishment of Nature’s best grains. It includes all those elements needed to nourish body and brain. It is easy to digest. It gives energy without taking energy. How about your breakfast or lunch —does it give, or take? Grape-Nuts is sweet, crisp, delightful to the taste, and is an ideal source of power for a busy and difficult day. “There’s a Reason” for GRAPE-NUTS _ OHEYHnre WBLLfI BBOORD ' He Wee Insured. The engine of a passenger train broke down niidwuy between two sta tions, and, as the express was ex pected, the passengers were allowed to get out of the cars, as an accident seemed Inevitable. Everybody Jumped out, with the ex ception of one old rann. The other passengers thought he must be mad, but he waved an in surance ticket In their faces and cried: “Ha, ha! I'm not so simple 1 A nice thing for the company to see me with an Insurance ticket and then expect me to run away at the first sign of trouble! I shall stay here, and if the company haa to pay up, that’s their lookout, not mine!” —Pittsburgh Chronicle- Telegraph. Perfect Woman's Epitaph. A correspondent tells us that an old tombstone recently renovated at St Marys, Acton, W., bears the Inscrip tion: She was! Ah I what was she? What a wife and mother should be. That was she. —London Tit-Bits. The Materialist “What would you suggest for our literary club to readT” asked Mrs. Flubdub. “A good cook-book," responded her brutal husband. Had Dreamed Before. Friend —“If you had a million do!- 'ars what would you do?” Pessimist —"Wake up and find that it wasn't so." Those Dear Girls. Betty—“ Jack says I 'am the first girl he ever kissed.” *• Marie—*Tve known him to lie about otiier things too.” Natural Query. Crabshaw —We can’t afford a car. Mrs. Crabshaw —Why, the house Isn’t mortgaged, Is It? No one Is ever forgiven for explod- Inga man’s bubble of self-conceit. COLORADO NEWS NOTES. The rapid development sf agricul tare In thb non-lrrigated districts el Colorado in the past dozen years Is forcefully illustrated by the reports of the Census Bureau for 1909 and 1919 and by the reports of county assessors to the State Immigration Department for 1921, which show that acreage cul tivated under Irrigation In the estate has increased only about 18 per cent since 1909, while acreage cultivated without Irrigation has increased con slderably more than 10Q per cent. The census reports show that 82 per cent of •11 crops acreage harvested In Colorado In 1909 were Irrigated, while In 1919 only 38 per cent of the acreage har vested was Irrigated. The total acre age harvested In the state in 1919, ac cording to the census report, was 9,- 062,935 acres, an Increase of 93.3 per cent over the acreage harvested. The irrigated area harvested In 1919, ac cording to the same census report, was 1,925,951 acres, an Increase of but 18 per cent over the Irrigated acreage harvested In 1909. Reports of county assessors to the Immigration Depart ment show that close to 5,800,000 acres were devoted to crops, exclusive of or chards, In the state this year, of which approximately 70 per cent was non lrrlgated. Figures are not yet avail able showing the acreage harvested In the state this year, though the acreage abandoned was light except in the northeast corner of the state, where drought caused heavy damage to non irrigated crops. A two-year battle with beetles was ended with the return of W. D. Ed monston, government entomologist for Oolorado, Nevada, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico, who has his headquar ters In Colorado Springs. Edmon ■ton has been waging a long fight with the beetles along the. northern rim of the Grand Cation. Approximately 8,- 000 trees were cut down. “It is diffi cult to combat the pests as the trees are not noticeably affected until a year after the damage Is done.' Edmon ston said. “As many as 250 trees In • single group were destroyed by the insects." Thirty representatives of the Pub lic Utilities Companies of Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, met In Den ver and perfected an organization to be known as the Rocky Mountain com mittee on public utility information. The object of the committee is to work up and give out useful, instructive and Interesting Information on the opera tion, founding, history and news of gen eral interest to the general public on public corporations of Colorado, Wyo ming and New Mexico. F. N. Sherflck, 84 years old, a farm er near Paonla, died from the effects of wounds received when he was gored by a bull In the corral back of his home. Bherflck's wife played a he roic part In the off the animal with- a dtab In a vain effort *to save her husband’s life. The bull attacked Sherflck, according to his wife's story, when he went into the corral to do some work. lls at tempted to Jump over the fence, but was knocked down. John Ramer, former secretary of state of Colorado, has received orders to report to Washington In preparation to taking over the office of United States minister to Nicaragua. Mr. Ha mer was sppolnted minister to Nicar agua Oct. 5 by President Harding. Ratification by the United States Sen ate followed, and Mr. Ramer received official notification, and a letter from Secretary of Btate Hughes requesting his presence In Washington. John Mitchell, assistant auditor of the Broadmoor hotel at Colorado Springs departed with his wife, police authorities were Informed, under cir cumstances that have led to a request for his detention. The hotel manage ment charges that $3,000 disappeared at the same time that Mitchell went away, port of It being the hotel pay roll for the week, and part of It money alleged to have been raised on forged checks! '“~ Aztec, New Mexico, has become an oil and gas center with very good pros pects of a through railroad and agri cultural development of the surround ing country undreamed of by the most optimistic resident. A group of Aztec men, believing it to be an oil region, formed a local company, financed It and brought in two drillers and sunk a well. At less than 1,000 feet the drill struck gas and Is spouting more than forty feet, is wet, and experienced oil men assert that it Is a sure indication, of the presence of a new oil field. Fort Lyons Naval and Murine Hos pital at Las Animas has been aban doned to the Veterans’ Bureau by the United States naval hospital corps. Thirty officers and sixteen enlisted men of the navy and marine corps have been ordered to Denver and most of them have reported to the Fltzslmons General Hospital at Aurora for treat ment. Colorado Is one of the leading pro ducing states In alfalfa meal, there being several large mills scattered In the agricultural districts of the state. Those familiar with this product de clare that Colorado alfalfa makes the finest meal of any alfalfa grownt in. the country. The annual meeting of the State Farm Bureau will be held on [the cam pus of the Agricultural College at Fort Collins, Dec. 9 and 10. Farm bureau delegates to tftt Farmers' Congress, which will assemble Dec. 6, will save thereby conMderable railroad expenae as well as other Incidentals. Prof. W. L. Carlyle, for years con nected with the State Agricultural Col lege at Fort Collins, has been selected as manager of a layge model stock farm and cattle ranch owned by the Prince of Wales, and located In Alber ta Cbnn^n. , T . ; : : , ■ 1 » 111 mfflpnpy, SAVINGS The value of bak ing powder is based on its WTfKHSift iKSVWWB II AI 11U If II of the can—or by the amount II Hliv lal I you get for your money. You zil must estimate it by the amount 111 °t baking powder used in each fm baking and the results you get mm CALUMET I * 'hr I nmC MIT is the greatest value ever Ite*. *lll lV offered in Baking Powder—it K > has greater raising "force"—\t goes Cmoso further than many of the other brands. You use only a rounded or \T I heaping teaspoonful where manyotb- UA ers call for two teaspoonfuls or more. But Baking Powder is not / W S all you’ll save when using Calu* I I «• A met You save baking materials. A -Vrf/ Calumet never fails. The last tevri S a 9 « teaspoonful is as powerful as the lectured —keeps perfectly—ana is moderate in price. t- imwtHynl. One trial will satisfy you of these I (act*—nd drmonttrate bqmt Ml thM ■■r / "Calumet apaOa economy." P"v\ 1/ Your grocer sells it on a guarantee V X back U you aae an jhaaad «Mh Wv I Calumtt caatama taly aach Ingrallaata as l fej rT iTfiT* n HIGHEST MIMOT OBSERVE THIS A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 os. Some baking powder* come in 12 or cans instead of 16 os. cans. Be sure you get a pound when you want it Thn N«w Typist. Flnbb—That new stenographer of Simpson's Is rather of the clfcglng type. Isn't she? Dubb—Yes. she's a regular cling peach. DYED HER BABY’S COAT, A SKIRT AND CURTAINS Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con* tains directions so simple any woman can dye or tint her old, worn, faded things new. Era if she has never dyed before, she can pat a new, rich color into shabby skirts, dresses, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters, coverings, draperies, hangings, everything. Buy Diamond Dyes—no other kind—then perfect home dyeing is guar anteed. Just tell your druggist whether the material you wish to dye is woo! or silk, or whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed goods. Diamond Eyes never streak, ■pot, fade or run.—advertisement. Interest Still Largs. 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