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yon mention this paper when writing firm* below. ELATER1TE ROOF COATING i waterproofs and makos a tight roof. Write The Wertern F.lnterlte Roofing Co., Office. Equitable llldg., Denver Grand Dry Cleaning Grand Ride., 17Ui at Logan. CLEANING. DYEING, ALTERATIONS Let us give your full garment* that new appearance by cleaning or dyeing and r«»- modellng them the "EFFICIENT ORIIND WAY." Men’n KiiIIh Cle«ne<l anil I'retwieil. *1.00 Three days' service on Parcel Post B0HM-ALLEN JEWELRY 00 F.atnbllMhed 1870. MANUFACTURE G AND H El* A lit INC All ordera promptly nttended to. Denver, Colorado PIPE, CASING, FITTINGS Mining, Milling, C'onatrucllon, Industrial and Electrical Equipment Economy and Reliability DENVER METAL AND MACHINERY CO. 1300 Larimer 8t. Denver, Colo. tSAVE $10 TO $20 on every naddle or harness. Buy direct from the factory. No middleman's profits. Send for free catalog— maker to consumer. J lint In's Moots lit l.ovveat Price*. The FRED MUELLER Saddle A llnrneaa Co. HIT l.nrlmrr SI. n.nvrr. Cnlo. START IN BUSINESS OR MAKE YOUR CANDY AT HOME “Introductory course," %'i. No cooking ro lulred; full course In cooked candles on In •tallnicnta. Mme. E. Hander*. 2030 R. Grant, Denver, Colo. 7, INTEREST — PAY AllLE C] n QUAHTF.IU.Y /l/ <■ minintc«-<l Income Certificates ‘ 6- Year-Coupons Attached In amounts of Sluu and up. Highest type of security known. Write for complete Information —FREE. Local Agents Wanted CULVER QTATE ding 4ND*J/L0AN assn 4048 WEI.TON ST. DENVER Member Colo. State league of II. A L. Assns. FURS taxidermy ■ Let us tun and make up your fur skins and trophies Catalogue and 1.. I.e list free upon request. Furs bought. JONAS ItICOS.. 1030 Rroadivay Denver. Colo. BOOKS. OFFICE SUPPLIES rttutionery, Chrlatmaa Cards, (lift Nov elties. Fountain Fens, Pictures. Send for Catalogue B The Ivendrlck-Ilellnmy Co. HOI 10th S«. Denver, Colo. MOLER SYSTEM OF COLLEGES Beauty Culture for Ladles. Rarberlng for Men. We teach the trade and e<|utp ttve itiop Our lyrtcmatle training qiullfle* you for th« best position*. Kn» Catalogue. 1239 17th St.. Denver. Colo. STOP NEXT TIME AT Shirley-Savoy Hotel Denver’s Most Popular Moderate Priced Hotel 17th and Broadway Learn Beauty Culture Positions Waiting Courses $15, $25, $75 BON TON SCHOOL 604 14th St., Corner Welton Denver INFORMATION DEPARTMENT Commercial Inquiries answered and Information gladly turnished with out cost. Address any firm above. TELEPHONE COMPANY TO SPEND HUGE SUM FOR IMPROVEMENTS Denver.—An expansion program in volving the expenditure within the next five years of more than $38,000,- 000, of which more than $lB 000.000 will be spent in development in Colo rado alone, was announced last week by officials of the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company. The program, which was outlined in the company's budget for the next flvo years, calls for the expenditure of three and three-quarter million dol lars In Denver and Colorado next year. The total of Denver items in the company’s five-year budget is $lO,- 093,000. Appropriations made for Colorado for 1927 include the following general items in the budget: buildings, sl,- 317,000; central office equipment, $357,000; station equipment, $G32,000; exchange lines, $392,000; toll lines, $509,000; total. $3,707,000. Succeeding years us listed in the budget will see the following expendi tures: 1928, $5,064,000; 1929, $3,781,- 000; 1930, $2,985,000; 1931, $2,575,000. Within two years, It was announced, the open wire leads for the company’s toll linos to the south will be replaced by a now entrance cable In the busi ness and residence sections of South Denver. Tho cost of that improvement Is placed at $90,000. Additional toll circuit facilities be tween Denver and R1 Paso are planned for 1929 and will cost about $190,000. Now central offico equipment to be Installed ut Durango will cost $97,000. This is planned for 1931. According to present plans, Trinidad will get an outlay of about $107,000, probably dur ing the Buine year. Bottor toll facilities in eastern Colo rado between Idmon, Rads and Sharon Springs planned for noxt yoar will cost approximately $78,000. Phoenix, Arlx., will got a four-story $120,000 building, which will house a now and modern exchango with mu chino-Hwitchiug equipment to cost in excess of $200,000. It is oxpected $1(>5,000 will bo spent there in 1927. Phoenix was termed by officials of the Telephone company as "one of the most rapidly growing cities in the mountain states territory.’’ Mother's Cook Book The love wo give Is the only love we keep. The greatest nnd noblest men and women are those whose lives and actions are founded upon tender sympathies and who never fall to show kindness to the helpless Who come within the sphere of their - Influence, whother a human being or an animal. VITAMINE FRUITS OLD Mother Nature has lavished the world with delightful fruits in season: stiort und blissful some of the seasons are, hut did you ever no tice, that the fruits which she has made rich in vltumlnes are with us ull the yea»-? Such fruits as oranges, lemons, grapefruit und limes. The value of such fruits has long been known, hut It Is only in recent years that we have understood why they are so valuable In the diet —they are rich in vitamines, the valuable elements which promote the growth and add vigor to children und adults. Very young babies are now given orange Juice strained, beginning with a tea spoonful and Increasing the amount ns they grow. Orangeade nnd lemon ade are the most commonly used drinks In nil hospitals, for It Is na ture's wuy to give u pleasant tonic. Lemon Sherbet. Soak two teuspoonfuls of gelatin In cold water for five minutes, boll two cupfuls of sugar and four cupfuls of water and the grated rind of a lemon for live minutes, add the softened gelatin, remove from the bent and stir until It dissolves. Chill, add one-half cupful of lemon juice, strain and freeze. Lemon Velvet Sherbet. Take the Juice of three lemons, two cupfuls of sugar, one quart of rich milk and freeze. Frozen Punch. 801 l one and one-half cupfuls of water with two cupfuls of sugar, with a hiiiull hunch of mint, for live min utes. Chill, udd three cupfuls of weak teu or ginger ale, one-half cupful of lemon Juice und two cupfuls of orange Juice. Chill, struin und freeze. Orange Frosting for Cake. Mix tlie grated rind of one orange with three tahlespoonfuls of orange Juice and one teaspoouful of lemon Juice, let stand fifteen minutes. Strain into one beaten egg yolk, beat and add gradually confectioner's sugar until of the consistency to spread. An ordinary ginger bread recipe flavored with grated orange rind und the moisture partly supplied by the Juice of an orange, using the übove frosting. Is n combination out of the ordlnury und especially appetizing. (©. 1,28. We.tern Newapapor Union.) "The grout problem of the family." anys Observing Olivia, "la how lo per mit the children to express their per sonalities without suppressing those of their mniutuHS amt pupils.” present mouth, with a case o: i - o .. great sorrow. What shall I do?” Years ago I heard the same ques tion asked and I seized upon the an swer of that far awuy time and said: “Turn to the light.” it is impossible to cast a shadow without a light. And the one way to eliminate all impression of shadow is to face the light. Once you do that the shadow disappears from view. Do you know that a shadow Is the only thing you cun see, that lias abso lutely no thickness? Breadth and length it has according to the object, but there Is no third dimension. It has no edge and a mil lion of them plied one upon another would be us thin as one by itself. • • • • But Impalpable and insubstantial as It Is. all creation is Impressed by a shadow. The dog harks at it. The horse sides at It. And man, superior as lie conceives himself to be. con tributes his share of the universal alarm. It Is fear that cripples the most of us In life's race. Not feur of realities hor of tilings present, but the fear of anticipated evils, the shadows of things expected. Much more wonderful in the experi ence of Daniel is the fact that he did not fear the lions either before he en tered their den or nfterwurd than the fact that they did not bite him. The things we fear assume a greater horror than Is their own In reulity. Job. who was about equally afflicted with fear and bolls, said: “The thing which l greatly feured Is come upon me. and that which I was afraid of Is come unto me." Perhaps If lie had not so “greatly feared" them they would uot huve become so seemingly nctuul. • • • « Frequently the shadows of wlmt seem impending evils are enormously larger lliun the evils themselves. The most of our worries ure uhout things that never huppen. The most of our unxletlcs nre based on apprehension und not on facts. About the only thing we never ex peet Is the multiplication table. One of the greatest blessings of life however. Is that remedies are a good deni simpler thun disease. And If we upply the right remedies the diseases usually yield. •• • • Dou't mistake unreality for sub stimce. Don't tremble übout some thing you only fear naiy happen. Ihe wisest cotnmund ever given to n body of lighting men was given „t Hunker Hill: “Walt until ye see the r viio, , ll ' elr eyea " W >" >'"'H you KNOW there Is dunger before you feur It. And specially don't be afraid ol nc!,‘ OW n.,J Urn uroun<l - Face the light. I- ACE THE LIGHT. 1® br McClur. Newspaper Syndicate.) Silencing Babiei F rof. A. M. I.ow of l.ondon wants o put silencers on nil the babies. He 8 a noise specialist and It was large y through his researches that the din In l.ondon subways has been reduced. Now he Is currying his campaign Into the nursery. "The noise emanating from u nursery Is particularly Irritut- Ing because It is usually at a high pitch, he observes. Doctor I.ow takes noises very serl- Oitsly. "There wus a time." he save when we welcomed the clalter of horses' hoofs on the cobblestones, lint now we want rubber roads. We can not stand the twitter of birds because It keeps us awake. We have prohlh Ill'll noisy motors, loud speakers atm the shouting of newsboys." At pres cm the buhics seem to be In for It.” i IUB SOIICIIUU pul la asuudcion leTmTTTg'T tmr-TM —r- * of the great successes of the period. "For some seasons previous I had been playing in stock companies. 1 was playing at Elltch’s Garden, In Denver, when Mr. Thomas, who hap pened to be in Denver overnight, came to our performance, lie told me inter that as he watched the play he said to himself, ‘That young girl is worth keeping track of.’ I happened to be the young girl he noticed.’’—Mrs. Au gust Belmont. TODAY: Eleanor Robson Is Mrs. August Belmont, whose husband, one of the country’s greatest iinunclera and sportsmen, died recently. , Mrs. Belmont retired from the stage when she married Mr. Belmont In 1910. Previously she had been a cele brated actress, scoring a great sue t-ess in “Arizona," “Menfy Mary Ann” and "Tlie Dawn of a Mrs. Belmont was equally interested with her husband in his sporting activities. ((c) by McCUire Newspaper Syndicate.) SAWS By Viola Brothers Shore FOR THE GOOSE— WHAT'S the good ot Jumpin' over board. even if it looks as It the boat was goin' down? If every day vvns a holiday, there wouldn't be no holidays. Why Is It men mate tlie best serv ants, and yet women make the worst matters? FOR THE GANDER- If It's a spiteful thin! you're thlnk ln' of doin' today, wall till tomorrow. But If It's a kind thlngyou're thlnkln' of doin’ tomorrow, do lltoday^ Don't wonder Imw Ipme “movie” star Is pullin' down tel that Jack while you're pluggln' nHS °n half of nothin’. Light things 4 always car ried highest by the win* (Copyright! 1 THE YOUNG LADY ACROSS THE WAY The young ln«ly ,,cr0R ® w ‘«y says the demand for antlii* 1 ** \n *<> heavy thin she wonders how l ‘ ,p factories can keep up with their order*. «g) by iloClur# N»w»P»l>« r #yoaic«t*.| viuvnuiiuuo u iNOimug ueitei iuuu uuuuuu uuup * dally and Ointment now and then as needed to make the complexion clear, scalp clean and hands soft and white. Add to this the fascinating, fragrant Cutlcura Talcum, and you have tlie Cuticura Toilet Trio. —Advertisement. Optional “Mother, I want to go to a co-educa tlonal college.” “But, my dear, isn’t there a good deal of flirting?” “Yes, but you don’t have to take that course.” “DANDELION BUTTER COLOR” A harmless vegetable butter color used by millions for 50 years. Drug Btores nnd general stores sell bottles of “Dandelion’’ for 35 cents.—Adv. 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Times Those of Any Other Brand Every family needs a car Within the General Motors line there is 'a car for every purse and purpose.” And those who wish to buy Gen eral Motors cars out of income are offered a sound credit service at low cost. This is known as the GMAC Plan, operated by a mem ber of the General Motors family and available through General Motors dealers only. The GMAC Plan can be comfort ably fitted to the individual cir cumstances of those with assured income; and the standard price of a General Motors car bought on the GMAC Plan is the cash de livered price, plus only the low GMAC financing charge. Any General Motors dealer will gladly explain the GMAC Plan. GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION operating the GMAC Plan for the purchase of CHEVROLET • PONTIAC - OLDSMOBILE OAKLAND - BUICK < CADILLAC FRIGID AIRE —The electric refrigerator DELCO-LlGHT —Electric light and power plants His Cure “The foiling leaves fill me with melancholy thoughts,” said the poetic person. “They used to have that effect on me," returned the prosy innn. “What changed you?" “I moved Into an apartment and don’t have to rnke them up any more.' —Boston Transcript. New York Likes Bowling There are over 100 bowling ucad emles In Greater New York nnd dur ing the season, which lasts about eight months, all the alleys are kept going at full blast. And He Thought a While Clifford—l saw a big bunch of crows while hunting yesterday. Phyllis—Gracious! I’ll bet they were dreadfully frightened! His Only Suggestion "Henry, how shall I have my hair bobbed?’’ "I don’t care much for this skinned-rat efTect." If there Is any person whom you dislike, that Is the one of whom you should never speak.—Cecil. A loafer never allows himself to get out of practice. Genuine happiness is able to stand a lot of hard knocks. No man con answer for his courag* who has never been in dunger.—• I Rochefoucauld. II Throat IIA S* If tickle, l*± § o*%// aorethroat, nlil huskinesa II In 8 I &l and similar II Q Q troubles /S 8 I quickly re- II .» T . I lievedwith //. T u W// Laden’s f W. N. U., DENVER, NO. 48-1920. Quite the Style Doris—This dress seems very chic. Saleslady— Oh, yes, madam. It’s raj an dressy.