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Jil. 1>«P« »*“ Ci’Sii! J!i. '. Grund Kldir. Drv Cleaning 17th & Logun <■> mall ordt-ra. KODAK FINISHIN6. TN Dem.r Phata Matarlala Chmw kodak company. Hfjilteenth street. Denver, Colorado. Prlff* •» Cotfe* %iDi *l.OO for 3-pound tampla. port- THE SPRAY COFFEE A tPICI md Market MU.. Pentf. Colo. ■ri"tnp for will bring aniwer. Mp. Weir store, 410 l«th St.. Denver. ju ia arar *ood» and ea«p oqulpatnt. j m eiuloc from Mtrait (tore. Dtofr. 413 N. L’nloa At*., Fiublo. liir Capitol Are., Choyaaoo. Wyo. . AIiIi occasions. MU rinral Co- 1613 Uroadwny. Kind Repairing. All order* promptly BLSad to. Eat. 1879. 16th A Champa i IR« PLEATING CO. K iiuilnt, beautluhln*. cowod butlono aad turn- ltrUa for fraa catalog. 1583 Stout, Penaer. pffiIONJEPARTMENT answered and Errnation Rludly furnished without E. Addrew any firm above. Lumber Cut Increasing. leaver.—The lumber cut of ths Ited States In 1020 was 33,798,800,- ) feet, which la 2.2 per cent less in In 1919, and 27 per cent less than peak In 1007. Hie average price of lumber at the 11 Increased to $38.42 per thousand, Icli is a raise of 150 per cent since 0. The aggregate value of the cut These are the high annual valuations ever recorded, t do not indicate present conditions, ey merely reflect the extremely h peak In the post-war lumber ces which was passed In the first liter of 1920. These are the principal statls i obtained by the Forest Service, S. Department of Agriculture, In 1920 canvas of American sawmills, ey are based upon reports from 15,- I active mills out of 23,243 estimat to have been In operation. Several msand mills cutting less than 50,- I feet were not tabulated, though al rance was made for their cut. Cora risons with 1919 are published by mission of the Bureau of the Cen , U. 8. Department of Commerce. Die tables show that the states lch increased their cut are all In Pacific Coast group and the Rocky antains. Youthful Bandits Loot Bank. Joy, Wash. —Three masked bandits, i of them said to be a youth under held up the Roy State bank here closing time and five minutes later aped with $4,200 in cash, leaving S. Emlgh, the cashier, and Mrs. y Crowley, bookkeeper, locked in bank vault. Ten minutes luter ilgh liberated himself and gave the rm, hut no sign of the robbers had in reported by the deputy sheriffs o are scouring the country. The o made their escape In an automo- Educational Weak Coming. Washington. lnterest throughout | country In American Educa -1 Week, to be held Dec. 4-10, 1, Is already being manifested to h an extent as to indicate that the ek will be one memorable in educn- Jal circles. Sponsored by the Na tal Education Association and the ericnn Legion, and aided by other ionul organizations, it Is fast being en up and Indorsed by local bodies. The Range of the Fly. • most Interesting experiment wa« ducted by the Bureau of Entomo r, U. S. Department of Agriculture, determine the range covered by Pproxlmately 234,000 files of dlfi mt species were dusted with pow ed, red chalk- and -liberated. . Fly >s, baited with food highly relished files, were placed at various dis 068 By this means the direction flight of different species were irmlned. tome of the files traveled 1,000 feet * few minutes. The screw-woiki covered a distance of half a mne three hours, while the black blow eovered anywhere from half a mile (even miles in two days. The house covered over six miles In less than day. Signs Emergency Tariff Mhlngton,— Signature by Presl* Harding of the bill to extend the rgency tariff act until permanent * legialatlon is enacted has been >nnced at the White House. Clerk Gets $6,000 Award nahlngton—Herman F. Inderlied, clerk who captured Boy taer, reputed to be the most no* ' u * mall robber of recent years, hoenix, Arts, will get $5,000 for *Plolt. In announcing his award f, Postmaster General Hays sent following telegram to the clerk: re Just heard of your splendid □ct In connection with the cap of alleged mail robber Gardner. Is magnificent. Tou are a man's and worthy of your trust. I ratulate you and the department” ARE YOU A SUFFERING WOMAN? Health it Mott Important to You Lincoln, Nebr.—“At one time I pecnme very miserable with wenkness from which women suffer. I suffered all the time. One of my neighbors urged me to take Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription because it had cured her of similar symptoms, so I decided to try it. The first bottle made me feel so much better, I took four more, and feel certain that in that one experience favorite Prescription' saved me from the operating table and the sur geon's knife. Two years afterwards when the turn ol life commenced, I took the 'Prescription' again with the result that I came through strong and healthy and am still maintaining wonder ful health.”—Mrs. Martha Strayer. 218 So. 19th St. W Send 100 to Dr. Pierce's, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial pkg. Prescription tablets. Stop Ford Chattering Dealer intUll Cork InsertYw^'ADy Brake Uning^j^QQQ Makes Folds work mooA— outlasts three sets of ordinaiy Free booklet tells why. Write for , ADVANCE AOTOMOBILZ ACCESSORIES , ITSS Prmlrto Atwios. Chtoapo Guticura Soap lmparts The Velvet Touch Soap 25c, Ohfaswt 25 as i 50c, Talc— 25e. PATENTS RuaKwfcsa&st? ■ ■ w D.c. AdTleo and book free. Sates reasonable. Highest reference*. BestserrlcM. He Alone Was Conventional. Western Paper—The groom in his conventional black suit was looking quite handsome, and the bride, attired tn her pure white lingerie, was Indeed a lovely and attractive picture.—Bos ton Transcript. SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There is only one medicine that really stands out pre-eminent as a medicine for curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and bladder. , . Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the highest for the reason that it has proven to be just the remedy needed in thousands upon thousands of distressing cases. Swamp-Root makes friends quickly be cause its mild and immediate effect is soon realized in most cases. It is a gentle, healing vegetable compound. Start treatment at once. Bold at an drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medi um and large. ... However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Ur. Kilmer * Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and kaention this paper.—Advertisement. A Parent's View. “I dreiul having our girls expose their ears.” “Why so?” ‘‘There’ll always be the (lunger of their starting a more expensive fad. like wearing diamond earrings, and I have three daughters."—Boston Trann crlpt. MOTHER! MOVE CHILD’S BOWELS WITH CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Hurry, mother! Even a sick child loves the ‘fruity" taste of “California Fig Syrup" and It never fnlls to open the bowels. A tenspoonful today may prevent n sick child tomorrow. If con ■tipated, bilious, feverish, fretful, baa cold, colic, or If stomach Is sour, tongue coated, breath bad, remember a good cleansing of tho little bowels Is Often all that is necessary. Ask your druggist for genuine “Cali fornia Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies and children of nil ages printed on bottle. Mother! You moat say "California" or you may get an Imitation ng syrup. —Advertisement. Sustenance of th. Young Kangartm; Young kauguroos, while living In tlie maternal pouch, do not suck milk from the mother’s breast, but It is pumped down their throuts by the action of the muscles of the mother. DYED HER DRAPERIES, SKIRT AND A SWEATER Etch package of “Diamond Dyea" eon tains directions so aimpl* that any woman Sr Sirt? /r^Thi™ TtU' r 'r droggUt whether th. material ,'u JSh todjVu wool or .Uh, or .whether It ie linen, cotton, Ms jnond Dye* never streak, vpot, fade, os ton. So sasy to use.—advertisement. Letter to the Dean. “My son will be unable to attend school today, as he has Just shaved himself for the first time."—North western Cauldron. KeepYour Eyfes CHEYENNE WELLS RECORD THE WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS A BRIEF RECORD OF PAtSINO EVENTS IN THIS AND FOR eiqn countries. IN UTE DISPATCHES doing* and happenings that mark the progress OF THE AGE. (Wafer* Niwwir Cafes Nm Sarto*) WESTERN Sixteen children were Injured when an Oregon Short line freight train, carrying beete, bncked Into a motor but conveying the children to school at a crowing at Tremonton, Utah. Steve Masllcb, Austrian, must die for the slaying of Marco Laus, a fellow countryman, near Salt Lake City, Aug 8, 1010, the State Supreme Court held. The decision of the lower court was af firmed. Mary Williams, negro woman, said to be the oldest negress In Texas, died at San Antonio, aged 112 years. She had lived In Texas forty years, coming from Louisiana, where for many years she was a slave. An attempt to rob the mall car on train No. 170 of the Atcheson, Topeka lie Santa Fe railway while the train was standing at the station ut Phoe nix, wus frustrated when Herman In derliod of Phoenix, mall clerk in charge of the car, overpowered the would-be robber. * Mexico will be represented by a com mission at the meeting of the League of the Southwest at Riverside, Calif- In December, It was announced by Ar nold Kruckman, secretary of the league. He suhl he had received a let ter from Gen. Alvaro Obregon, presi dent of Mexico, to tills effect. Adolph Lunic, a grocerymnn in Sioux City, lowa, was murdered in cold blood in his store by a negro bandit, who fired three shots ami escaped with a bag containing SSOO, the receipts of the day’s business. Mrs. Lunic, who_hnd come to the store to get the money, was threatened by a second negro, but was not injured. She was the only wit ness of the crime. WASHINGTON Expenditure of $530,000 to provide a channel forty feet deep and 2,000 feet wide through the bar outside of San Francisco harbor was recommended to Congress by Major Oleneral Bench, chief of army engineers. Additional appropriations of SIOO,OOO annually for maintenance also was urged. Armament delegates have cut the red tape of diplomacy—in ono regard at least. They will dispense with the “for mal and official call,” long a sacred In stitution. Somebody figured out that If all the diplomats and attaches and advisors were all to call on one anoth er in formal fashion it would use up more than 40,000 calling cards. The new battleship Colorado, launched Inst spring with Mrs. Max Melville of Denver, daughter of Sena tor Nlcholsou, as Its sponsor, is doomed to destruction If the American propos al us outlined by Secretary Hughes In bis address ut the opening of the dis armament conference should be agreed to by the other powers. Removal of n war savings stamp from the certificate upon \thlch It was issued constitutes a crime under the counterfeiting laws, according to the supreme court. The question arose In the federal District Court at New York where the government failed In Its ef fort to convict Paul Sacks of purchas ing certificates and removing the stamps. Machinist’s Mate Colton was killed and Lleuts. Steadha Aker and O. D. Spaulding were severely Injured when seaplane No. 2,100, from the naval air station, Pensacola, Fla., went Into a tall spin at an altitude of 1,000 feet and crashed off Barrancns B6nch. Construction of highways to the to tal value of $76,400,000, covering «,- 281 miles and employing more than 150,000 workers, is about to be under taken by thirty states as the direct result of the recent passage of the federal highway act. The proposals of the United States for a ten-year naval holiday will have no effect on the present status of the American naval building program, Secretary of the Navy Denby said. The present building program will con tinue until some definite agreement has been reached and there will not be even an effort to slow down or curtail the building operations pending the final agreement on the matter, the secretary said. The Australian government la reduc ing its expenditures for defense by ap proximately $1,250,000, the acting mln later of defense announced In the house of representatives at Melbourne. Of $106,213,165.85 collected In regis tration fees from 9,245,195 passenger cars and commercial vehicles, 28,114 trailers and 177,284 motorcycles, as well as chauffeurs' licenses in the for ty-eight states and the District of Co lumbia, Jan. 1 to July 1, 1921, accord ing to the United States bureau of pub lic roads, the sum of $101,793,416. or 94 per cent, Is available for good roads. Total revenue for the year 1920 In reg istration fees was $103,546,212.25. The revenue for the first half of this year, therefore, exceeded the entire revenue for 1920 by $5,666,958.06. FOREIGN Vital d'Arzac, a Toulouz newspaper man, covering tha Landru trlul at Ver aolUea, left the court room, telling hUI comrades that the case was driving him crazy. He went to Ills hotel ana killed himself with a revolver. A bomb plot directed against Sophia of Greece, who Is en route to galonlkl, was frustrated, according to a news dispatch from Vienna. An Inspector attached to the queen's party was killed when the plot was discovered. Dr. Amahle Jones, governor of tha province of San Juan*, was assassinat ed by men armed with rifles at Buenos Aires as he was alighting from an au tomobile. A friend who was with him also was killed. The assassination ts attributed to politics. Hungary has decided to send a fi nancial mission to the United States to raise a loan, says the Innsbruck Nachrlchten. Count Lazzlo Szechenjrl, whose wife was formerly Miss Gladys Vanderbilt of New York, the paper adds, will be head of the mission. Canadian customs officials are In vestigating reports that more than 17,000 automobiles stolen In the United States have been smuggled Into Can ada and sold In cities from Winnipeg to the Pacific Const. Farmers are sold to have bought hundreds of the stolen cars. A member of the Russian social rev olutionary party fired two shots at Foreign Minister Tchttcherln, who was In his reception room at the Kremlin In Moscow, according to authentic dis patches. Both shots missed. The as sailant and 3,000 members of the Men shevik party were arrested. While a religious ceremony was In progress at the Guadalupe cathedral, Mexico City, a bomb was exploded on the altar below the Image of the Guad alupe virgin. There were no casualties though the church was crowded, and no serious damage was done. The au thor of the outrage was arrested, the police saving him from being lynched. Jn pun's governmental budget for next year, ns unofficially reported, carries an expenditure estimate of 1,- 163,000,000 yen, being a decrease of 120,000,000 from last year’s budget. The naval estimate, snld to have been decided by the budget council, carries n reduction of about 80,000,000 yen. The army estimates showed a reduc tion of about 10,000,000. Berlin—The allied reparations com* mission, which arrived here from Paris seeking first hand Information, notified the German government that the ullles Insist that January and Feb ruary payments on Indemnity be paid as ordered. The payments amount to 600,000,000 gold marks, which Ger many Insists she has been unable to find. GENERAL The new electrically driven coast guard cutter Tampa, replacing a vessel of the same name, torpedoed and sunk during the war, was dedicated to the service of saving life and property at sea. Although wounded, Jerry Engle, night watchman, shot and killed an un identified bandit who was a member of a gang attempting to rob the post office at Montpelier, Ind. Two other men fled In an automobile following the shooting. Armed men Invaded Freeman Spur, near West Frankfort, 111., shot and killed Charles Amatl, the postmaster, held up a saloon and then were put to flight, leaving behind one of their companions, who was shot to death In a fusillade that followed the saloon holdup. Chicago.—Scores of families In the Garfield park district were frightened by the explosion of a bomb In a saloon run by Qus McCarten and John Oil feather, former policemen. Consider able damuge was done to the building and McCarten was cut by flying debris. An Investigation of reports that a dis agreement between bootleggers was re sponsible for the bombing Is being made by police. Although wholesale prices have dropped 45 per cent since 1020, the re tail cost of living has decreased only 18 per cent, said Prof. Wra. Ogburn of Columbia university before the sec ond- conference on “Christian Princi ples In. Industry," at New York. Governor Thomas E. Campbell ie sued a proclamation of emergency, au thorizing the board of directors of state Institutions to expend $8,750 In repairing damage done to the capltoi building and grounds by the Cave creek flood. Parties, interested In the control of Cave creek met In the gov ernor’s office and agreed to steps to be taken to prevent future floods stm- Illar to that of last August. At Watertown, Mass., Is being built a sixteen-inch howitzer which will re volve In a complete circle, fires at a depression of 7 degrees to a 65-degree elevation, and Is fired by compressed air. The rifle weighs seventy-eight tons, shoots twenty-eight miles, using shells weighing 2,340 pounds. The gun Is thirty-five feet long and the totul weight of gun carriage and all Is 252,- 348 pounds. This Is the first gun of Its kind In the country, and Is built for coast defense. Charles Wlillson, 18 years old, a high school student, was found hanging In the bath room at his home by his mother. Wlillson, she told police, had gone to the bathroom two hours before to bathe. The boy Is the third Chica go school student who has committed suicide by hanging in recent weeks. Women may be ordained as deacons, under a decision of the Presbyterian General Assembly announced at Pres byterian headquarters at Philadelphia. The decision follows a vote by Presby teries, a majority favoring the admis sion of women to the ministry. DBBDHb Baking I ||||g|gd|l iWder I STEWARD LET DOWN LIGHTLY In View of Billy Assertion, Ons Would Have Liksd to Bee Him Mors Harshly Handlsd. ▲ hotel steward said to be known from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and tor forty years an observer of peo ple who eat in public dining rooms, is reported as saying at a convention of public food purveyors that "Amer ican women have forgotten how to cook." The gentleman speaks with out knowledge of the facts. We may excuse him only because he has been penned up in public eating places for so many years that he has lost all sense of proportion and lacks facts for comparison. American women have not forgotten how to cook. Their good, wholesome, well-prepared food for home dining room feeds, and feeds ■m««ingiy well, 80 per cent of the pop platlon. So general Is food home cooking that every man forced by cir cumstances to get his meals at public places regards himself as unfortunate because he cannot always eat at home, or at somebody else'a home. This ho tel steward Is full of —misinformation. —Chicago Journal of Commerce. Great Discovery. "Did you ever notice," remarked the country boy to his city cousin, "that when a bunch of cattle ore grazing they all move along with their heads in tho same direction?" "Why, so they do, don’t they?" re plied the city boy, glancing at the herd. Then after gazing long and earnestly, he exclaimed: "But, by George I I see something you’ve never noticed. Their tails are all in the opposite direction l"—Amer ican Legion Weekly. Women are extremists; they are either better or worse than men. Pulling a sound tooth strains the acoustics of the dental chamber. The Key to Success Is Work —- There Is no Substitute for It! In order to do your- beet work, job must bo healthy. You must sleep soundly at night, your nerves must be strong, steady and under perfect control. U you are accustomed to drinking tea or coffee with your meals or between meals, you may be loading yourself with a very great handi cap. Your nervous system may be stimulated beyond what is natural for you. For tea and coffee contain thatat and esNaa These are drugs as any doctor can tag you. They are known to Irritate the nervous system by their action and to cause rut]Harass mid 1~~r.n1., which prevent the proper recuperation of the vital forces. If you want to be at your best, capable of doing the very beet work that lias in you, why ywe atop drinking tea and coffee? Drink Poetum, the rich, satisfying beverage made from scienti fically roasted cereals. Poetum contains absolutely no drugs of any kind, but in flavor tastes much like rich coffee. It helps nerve and brain structure by letting you get sound restful sleep. Poetnm cornea in two forme: Instant Poecoa (in Hne) —inatukUy in the enp by the addition of belling water. Poetum Cereal (In packacae of larger bulk, for theee who prefer to make the drink while the meal Is bring prepared) made by boiling for 20 mine tea. Ask your grocer for Poetum. Sold every where. Postum for Health "There’s a Reason" EASY THING TO PLACE HIM Colored Man Might Have Thought Ho Wai a Lion Tamer f but Com* radea Knew Otherwise. Three negro soldiers In France were engaged In the great American pas time of slinging It. “Will Johnson, wat yo* basinets back In de States?" “Ah runs de biggest allevlatah In Washington." “Sam Jeffason, wat yo’ do In de States?" “Ise de champeen crapshootah of Richmond, Vahginny." “Yo* nlggas mighty po’ class, suah nuflf,” said Bo Jackson. “Ah's a lion tamah fo* de circus. Ah takes dem fresh, fierce Hons an* twists ’em 7 by tall until they turns round an' tries to snap me. Den I grabs dar tongues and pulls 'er out, so dat when they tries to bite me, dey bites dar own tongue, and dat away Ah tames a lion In 'bout fob houahs." “Go 'way. 80, yo* ain't no Hon tamah —yo' Is a lyin’ nlggah."—The Home Sector. Limited Enthusiasm. The leading lady of an Incoming theatrical company met the leading man of an outgoing troupe at the railroad station. “Did you hare a good house here?** she asked eagerly. “No, pretty small," he admitted. “Too bad, but perhaps you got a lot of applause?" “Well," he hesitated,, “there was a dog that managed somehow to get Into the place and once I noticed him wag his tall." —American Legion Weekly. A sentimental man grieves HO worth over every dollar he has mis* Invested. Many a man Is given credit for being a hustler when he Is only nervous.