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PLAY A SAXOPHONE EASY TO LKARN EASY TO PAY Used In church, band, orcheatra, nolo write for new bnok. "Origin of the Baxaphone" Kre KNIGHT-CAMPBELL MUSIC CO. " npnvpr, Coin, " AUTOMOBILE TIRES "Erin Corda" & "Olympian Fabric" QUALITY AND SERVICE. Writ for prto list BERT A. IIOSKOHI). 13S6 Acoma tit. SUV AT WHOLESALE. An; aaluaiao eU 25 per mnt mora for bit foodi tacú you art not familiar alta prims. Bend (or our weekly prln list, AOS, of irocedei and lupollei. Stacagramn WhernaU Saa ly Ca., 1523 iStt St., P. S. .Sax 1442, Daawr. HOME OF THl CULt ALWAYS THE BEST IN IISEO CASS. Write Lie for Complete lurormatlon. Sir Stall. 1225 BROADWAY GRUND DRY CLEANING Garments Cleaned or dyed any color. Out-of-town work uriven prompt atten tion. Grund Hulldiner, lTth Jt I.otron St. SHOES REPAIRED orí delir ar bera la D. I. al Dennr prlrw. UnMliifHlorf orl returned our eipeue. EASTERN SHOE SEPAIS FAC- TSRY, YELLOW f RORT, 1S53 CHAMPA STREET, irrr a tro and kodak finishinc. tih JWUVIYO Beaver Parte Hahrl.:. Caaaaay. EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, 626 Sixteenth Street. Denver, Colorado. Pre-war Price aa Coffee- Send II. 00 for 8-aound temple, port' paid. THE SPRAY COFFEE A SPICE CO., Slit and Market 8U Dennr, Colo, SANITARY CLEANING AND DYEING Hall urden Giren Prompt Attention, 10 tilt Ce:fal, SWITCHES to match vour hair correct ly in any hade or length. Charlea Hair at Beauty Btiop, iiu 16th St., Denver, joio. FLOWERS FOR . Al.l. OCCASIONS, Park Floral Co.. 1643 Broadway. BEAUTY PARLO Its. Hair Gooda .by mail. Millicent Hart Co.. 721 16th St. nOIIM-ALLEN JEWELRY CO. Dia mond a. watches, allverware. Out tuvtn ordora careful attention Kat. 1873. Citizens' Training Camps. Two Citizens' military training camps will be held in the Eighth corps area during the summer one at Fort Logan, near Denver, Colo., from Aug ust 1 to SO, of which Col. Paul A. Wolf, Ninth infantry, will be the command ant, the other at Camp Travis, near San Antonio, Texas, from July 15 to August 14, of which Brig. Gen. Han sen E. Ely, U. S. A., will be. command ant. Both these officers had notable service during the World war and both are eminently fitted to conduct a citl zens' military training camp, and both are heartily with plans and purposes of such camps. Attendance at these camps will be limited to approved tip plicants between the ages of 16 and 35 years, of average intelligence, of good moral character and In good physical condition, and generally will be limited to candidates living within 200 miles of the camp, although a few residing at a greater distance will be authorized to attend. - Civilians who are author ized to attend these camps will not re ceive sny pay for attendance thereat, but will receive free all necessury uni form, clothing, food and shelter, med ical attention, arms and ammunition, equipment and railroad transportation from their homes to the cnn:p and re turn. .. Says Use of Tobacco Good. Atlantic City, N. J. Dr. W. H. Gel ston of Camden told the New Jersey State Dental Society'e convention that an "old-fashioned chew of tobacco" is one of the best disinfectants known to dental science. He declared if reform ers succeeded In banishing tobacco dis eases of the teeth and gums are likely to Increase, adding: "Tobacco forms a slslagogue around the teeth thus preventing bacteria from getting a foothold. A cigar performs the same function to a less degree, but a clgaret, because of its paper wrapper, has not the value In this respect." Reducing U. 8. Debt. Washington. A reduction of $42, 823,184 In the public debt during May has been announced by the treasury. On April 30 the total gross debt stood at $23,995,564,776, as compared with $23,952,741,592 May 31. Redemption of treasury certificates of indebtedness was mainly responsible for the reduc tion, treasury officials explained. During the eleven months of the present fiscal year, the treasury said, public debt disbursements aggregated $7,576,000,000, compared with $7,234, 000,000 during the corresponding months last year, leaving a net reduc tion in the public debt for the fiscal year to date of $342,000,000. The report of the. government's fi nances for May showed ordinary re ceipts aggregating $224,000,000, which was $145,000,000 less than ordinary disbursements. This compared with ordinary disbursements of $258,000,000 in May a year ago. For the eleven months ordinary receipts were $4,475, 000,000, which was $229,000,000 In ex cess of ordinary disbursements. Ordi nary receipts during the corresponding period last year were $5,339,000,000. 8. P. Lowers Ore Ratea. San Francisco, Calif. A reduction of $3.50. per' ton on certain ores from Arizona and New Mexico points to New Tork and New Jersey centers was announced by the Southern Pacific Company, effective July 15. The order affects copper bullion,- copper matte, blister, copper, also lend bullion and speiss (carloads), via Southern Pacific lo Galveston, thence Southern Pacific Atlantic steamship lines. The new rate is $16.50 a ton ; the old rate was $20. BEFORE and AFTER CHILDBIRTH Mr. Williams Tell How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Kept Her in Health Overpeck, O. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound helped me both Deiore ana alter mj baby was born. suffered with back ache, headache, was generally run down and weak. I saw Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Com pound advertised in the newspapers and decided to try it. Now I feel fine, take care of my two boys and do my own work.' I recommend your medicine to anyone who is ailing. You may pumisn my testi monial if you think it will help others. " Mrs. Carrie wuiiAMs,uverpecK, unio. For more than forty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been restoring women to health who sutiered from irregularities, aispiace' Sienta, backaches, headaches, bearing own nains. nervousness or 4 'the blues. , Today there is hardly a town or hamlet in the United States wherein some woman does not reside who has been made well by it That is why. Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound is now recognized as the standard remedy for sucn aumenta. Designed the White House. . The designer of the White House was James Hoban, born in Ireland about 1755. He came to the United States, settling in Charleston, S. C. and later to Washington when the city was first being laid out. He worked for the government for the greater part of his life. He is chiefly known for his work in connection with the White House, the rebuilding of which he directed after It was burned in 1814. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine .Take Aspirin only as told In each package of genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. Then you will be following the directions and dosage worked out by physicians during 21 years, and proved safe , by millions. Take .no chances with substitutes. If you see the Bayer Cross on tablets, yon can take them without fear for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture oí Monoacetlcacldester of Sallcylicacid. Adv. He Got It "If Crabbe ever comes around your place to borrow anything don't you let him have it." "You've spoken too late. He was around yesterday." "You chump! What did he borrow?" "Trouble. He's In the hospital now." Boston Transcript. A new size package ! Ten for 10c Very convenient. Dealers carry both; lOforlOc; 20for20c It's toasted. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM J Bamom tenant- topalulrFalllnrJ I Raatona Colar ami Baaurty to Gray aad Faded HaM Iawr. ana aiaoal Itrntnrteta. WlwoaOifm. Wi,ptchinf.li. HINDERCORNS am avwar w.'rw awas f'aa ruaurssj iinivri 0 WW feet, snakM wtvlkin mt, Ifa. by mall or at Dru Ciffitb IUmos CtMBtW frork ratoluwrn, IL I. Kill All Flies! VSSST Placed anywhere, DAISY FLY KILLER attract! ami Kills all flias. Neat, clan, ornamental, convenient and aAAaaaMi0f at roar dealer or S by EXPRKHS. Jrp.ld, II 26. HAROLD BOMEB8. 1U Lie Kalb An., ii rook ra. N. T. KREMOLASSH a woNDf nmn. mci mmn jumm AV,. UaVleaY), y -- - - Vi i iViVú 1 1 1 . 1 M ii M i iii i i i I (if L0CIlV iVSYRlKEi THE WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS A BRIEF RECORD OF PASSING EVENTS IN THIS AND FOR EIGN COUNTRIES 111 LATE DISPATCHES DOINGS AND HAPPENINGS THAT MARK THE PROGRESS OF THE AGE. (Weitern Newspaper Union Neva Serrloa,) WESTERN Paul J. 1'akken, a farmer living near Le Mars, Iowa, committed suicide by placing a shotgun in his mouth and pulling the trigger by a string attached to his foot. His wife recently filed a petition for divorce. Two thousand railroad workers and their sympathizers held a demonstra tion at Baton, N. Méx., in protest against the recent nation-wide reduc tion In wages. After a parade, a mass meeting ws held, at wliich tie open shop movement was attacked. Lon R. Dalley, former Bisbee, Ariz., postmaster, held in the Pima county jail for several weeks, has been indict ed by the grand jury of the United States District Court on ten counts. Each count charges failure to deposit sums totaling several thousand dollars. The body of Wlngle Davis, an Oma ha taslcab driver, was found under a small bridge near Grand Island, Neb. It Is believed lie was murdered by members of a drug "ring," who feared he might reveal their secrets to the au thorities. Davis was under Indictment for selling drugs. The Mexican government has made settlement with Mormons In Colonia Morelos, Sonora, south of Douglas, Ariz., paying -them $100,000 as dam ages and title for the Mormon colony there, which was confiscated during the revolution. The land will be turned over for homesteadiiig. John J. Vance, 60 years old, died sud denly at Alliance, Nebr., a few minutes after he had jumped into a pool of water to save a 3-year-old boy from drowning. Prior to the rescue Vance hnd been at work building a cement sidewalk and physicians said that the shock of plunging into the cool water In an overheated condition caused heart failure. Roger, aged 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. F, V. Borland, near Westgate, Iowa, owes his life to Buster, a dog. The dog followed Roger when he wandered out to the creek to observe the effect of recent heavy rains. The bunk gave way and the boy was thrown Into the swollen stream. The dog jumped to the rescue. The strangling little boy clung to Blister's shaggy coat und was pulled ashore. WASHINGTON Michael J. Kelly is understood to have been selected by President Hard ing for superintendent of the Sun Francisco mint. Mr. Kelly, who lives at Oakland, was recommended for the place by Senator Shortridge, Repub lican, of California. The Haughen Packer Control bill has been passed by the House without a record vote and sent to the Senate. The bill places packing houses and stockyards under the supervision of the secretary of agriculture and was authorized to prescribe regulations. Packers and stockyard proprietors would be required to establish account ing systems and ' keep records that would clearly show profits and own ership. A joint resolution designed to pre vent wholesale importation of foreign goods preliminary to the enactment of a tariff luw by congress, has been in troduced by Chairman Little of the House committee on revision of laws. It would authorize the President to limit importations for ninety days. Admiral A. S..Felcher, commandant of the Fifth naval district, died at Hampton Roads. The admiral hud been ill for some time. During the wur Admiral Felcher was commandant of the Norfolk navy yard and directed part of the plans of defending the const from Maryland to Florida. He was made commandant of the Fifth district early In 1918. Costs of raising armed forces dur ing the war with Germany and during troublous periods on the Mexican bor der, would be returned to the states and territories under a bill Introduced by Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, the Republican lender. Treasury re payments are to be limited to the prin cipal of sums spent In this way. There whs no estimate as to what amounts might be cluimed by the various stntes or what states might make such claims. ' Emmett Bohannnn, an American, was killed by bundlts nt his home irwtr Tnnsplco; Mexico, on the night of Muy 30, the American consul at Tnmplc-o re ported to the State Department nt Washington. The dispatch gave no de tails and there Is no record nt the de partment of the American residence of Bolinnnnn. President Harding has sold'the res idence In Wiisnlii,..on which he occu pied while n senutor, to Charles F. Cramer, a local attorney, formerly of Snn Frnnc.'sco, It was learned. V Is understood the price paid was fOÜ.OOO FOREIGN Seventeen persons were drowned in the Ida mine at Meuselwltz, Saxe-Alt- enburg, owing to the flood of the mine by the Erlcnbach river. Guerlllu warfare between French ond Turkish Nationalist troops has been renewed In Cillcln. Turks are pre paring to recapture the city of Alntab from the French, while Nationalist leaders are being arrested by the French authorities. Caribou and native reindeer are re ported ranging the hills' like droves of sheep In full view of Dawson, Y. T, As it Is calving time, the herds are not allowed to be molested, and Instead of shooting with a gun the citizens of Dawson- are "shooting", with a camera, Two hundred and four tenements, stores and other buildings in Honolulu declared unsafe and Insanitary, have been torn down since the beginning of the building clean-up campaign in augurated last year by city officials, according to a recent official report on the progress of the drive. A link with the old days of the Hawaiian monarchy was broken re cently when the death occurred of Mrs. Emily C. Judd, widow of Clmrles Hastings Judd, chamberlain to King Kalabaua, the lust king of Hawaii Mrs. Judd was born in Portsmouth, N. H., March 19, 1840, and went to Hawaii In 1858. Pursuit of the mirage of religious freedom has been taken up again by 30,000 Mennonites. For four centuries the sect hus followed the phantom. Ar rangements were completed for the transportation of the colony now resid ing in Canada to land in Mexico, pur chased from the Obregon government for $5,000,000. A conference of the foreign minis ters of Lithuania, Letvin and Esthonia will be held in Riga in June, according to advices. It is understood that the conference originally was suggested by Finland with the view to organization of a league of Baltic stutes. Although Finland and Poland are not expected to participate it is believed that the league, If It comes into being, will have the support of both countries. Reports Indicate that there will-be a considerable. Increase in acreage sown to wheat this season in Calgary, espe cially In the north country, which has had an exceptionally early spring. Many points state from 70 to 90 per cent of this grain has been already sown. One or two cases have already been reported of wheat above ground, notably at Carseland, east of Calgary and at Cadillac, Saskatchewan. GENERAL The Mulford biological expedition has sailed for South America to ex plore the headwaters of the Amazon and seek Theodore Roosevelt's famous River of Doubt. Letters and documents signed by royal personages of former centuries irought only $1 to $14 each in an auc tion sale at Philadelphia, while Benja min Franklin's essay on "Hygrome ters" went for $J70. Progressive rediscount rates now In effect iln the St. Louis and Kansas City reserve districts described by President Harding recently as "penal lzlng rates" probably will be removed by the federal reserve board soon. Offering of c!gurs at election polls by candidates was held to be a viola tiou of the corrupt practices act by the District Court -ufter Jacob Beck, town ship treasurer of Granite Falls, Minn., was removed from office on petition of forty residents becuuse he hud given away cigars at the polling place in his towusliihp. A great meeting of the representa tives of all the railway unions uffected ly the wage cut decision of the rail way labor board to be held in Chicago June 27 and 28 it has been announced. At that meeting the unions will give their answer to the $400,000,000 wuge cut and in all probability the question ot strike or work will be decided there, Two young men forced two clerks and a customer of the Citizens' State Bank at Priest River, Idaho, Into the vault und escnped with about $2,000 iu currency that lay on the counter. It was announced at the Union Na tional bank In Newcastle, Pa., that the five bandits who held up the bank hud secured $00,300. It was also stated that the bandits failed to take $418, 000 In securities which was within their reach. F. S. Tyler of Washington has been appointed by the Supreme Court as commissioner to take testimony on the question of "what constitutes the south bank of the Red river and as to where along that bank is the true boundary line as between the states of Okluhoma and Texas." Sidney J. Cntts, former governor of Florida, was indicted for peonuge at Pensacola, Flo., by a federal grand Jury. The Indictment charges that Catts, after obtaining pardons for two negro convicts, forced them to work on one of b's farms in west Florida. The Conner governor recently was Indicted hy the Bradford county grand Jury for uccepting $700 for a pardon for a pris oner serving a life term for minder. The universe is one thousand times greuter than ever claimed by scientists, according to Dr. Harlow Shapley, Har vard astronomer. Dr. Shapley an nounces discoveries which go to prove that the earth is at least 300,000,000, 000,000,000,000 miles from the center of the center of the universe. Porcelain money for Guatemala has (leen designed at the former royal porcelain works in Saxony. If ncoopt ed, this currency will replace the hard rubber coins now In circulation. Paper money cannot be used because of cli matic: conditions. A Feeling of Security You naturally feel secure when you know that the medicine you are about to take is absolutely pure and contains no harmful or habit producing drugs. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The same standard of purity, strength and excellence is maintained in every bottle o Swamp-Root. It is scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs. It is not a stimulant and is taken in teaapoonful doses. It is not recommended for everything. It is nature's great helper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and blad der troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root. If you need a medicine, you should have the beiit. On sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, if you wish first to try this great preparation send ten cent to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Adv. Who spends the present in dream ing of the future will. spend his future In mourning bis past. "That Tired Feeling" Of ten Forecasts Sickness When you are tired without good cause, lack ambition and feel out of sorts generally, you may be heading straight for a sick spelL These symptoms often show the whole system, especially the blood, is disordered. Don't wait 'till you are sick in bed. Almost ev ery ailment can be ward ed off if attended to in What to COWSMPATEiUH SJ Take a good dose CARTERS A ITTLE INZER 4 PILLS Small Pill. MORE THAN HE COULD STAND Mr. Cityman Changed His Mind When Business Partner Began to Brag About His Garden. . What He Said to His Wife If you want a garden this year you had better hire somebody to make it. I'm not go ing to try it again. I've figured it, out; and if I would spend on my business the time I put in on that garden 1 would make enough money to keep us in vegetables for fifty yenrs. I ara olt It for life. What He Said to His Neighbor 1 don't think I'll bother with a garden this year. It doesn't pay ; I may do a little; but the digging and the labor I'm off that for life. What He Said to His Partner Well, how's the garden coming along? I'm r.ot doing much with mine this year. What? How high did you say? Al ready? What seed did you use? What He Said to His Wife When He Got Home An Hour Early That Day Call me when dinner's ready. I've got to get the garden started today or I'll never raise a thing. Life. Woman, Lovely Woman. It takes-a woman longer to mnke up her mind than It does to make up her face, but with either she usually gets what she is aiming nt. Florida Times-Union. Made Just to Your Taste And Always the Same Tuou secure uniformity of strength and flavor in your meal time drirtkaby the portion used. iNSiMT Posto (instead of coffee or tea) can be made instant ly by measuring the powdered Postum with a teaspoon., placing the contents in a cup, then adding hot water. Better for nerves and digestion. "There's a Reason Made by Postum Cereal Ca,lnc. Battle Creek, Mich Freshen Heavy Skin With the antiseptic, fascinating Cutl cura Talcum Powder, an exquisitely scented convenient, economical face, skin, baby and dusting powder and perfume. Renders other perfumes su perfluous. One of the Cutlcura Toilet Trio (Soap, Ointment, Talcum). Adv. Snatched as a Brand. "Dr. Mott," says the palpably an tilegal Yale News, "had Intended to take up the study of law, but his Y. M. C. A. work, while a student at Cornell, Influenced him to follow Christian pur suits." Quoted by F. P. A., in the New York Tribune. YOU CAN WALK IN COMFORT If you Shake Into Tour Shoea aom ALLEN'S FOOTEASB, the Antiseptic, Healing pow der (or ahoea that pinch or feet that ache. It takea the friction from the ahoe and rlvea relief to corna and bunlona, hot,, tired, aweatlnir, awollen feet. Ladlea can wear ahoea one alxe amaller by ahaalng Allen'e Foot Eaae in each ahoe. Adv. Self-denial. "So you snw the doctor today about your indigestion. Did he ask you to give up anything?" "Yes, $2." A national bird is the eagle with the stork a close second. time. Any doctor will tell you that. Start at once to drive impurities from your system and help enrich your circulation with famous S.S.S., the vegetable blood tonic of fifty years' standing. Get S.S.S. from your druggist today, and write about your condition to Chief Medical Advisor, 847 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Georgia. Take for of Carter's Little Liver Pills then take 2 or 3 for a few nights af ter.They cleanse your system of alJ waste matter and Regulate Your Bowels. Mild as easy to take as SUgar. Camine Uar itgnahms&gSZeC Small Dose. Small Price. I MAROONED FOR THREE YEARS Sailor's Long Period on Loneliness on Small Island Located in the South Seas. Marooning occasionally brings about a modern Crusoe; Just as It did with Alexander Selkirk, who was put ashore at Junn Fernandez, and whose adven tures gave Defoe the foundation for "Robinson Crusoe." The trading 6chooner, Queen Charlotte, passing a small island of the Marquesas In the South seus, liindid her bout to investi gate the smoke of u fire, us It was un derstood the island was uninhabited. Here was found a United States sea man, who had been put ashore with three shipmates by their captain, on account of their mutinous conduct. The three others had died, but the man from Connecticut hnd contrived to live on the fish he caught, and the breadfruit and coconuts and other prod ucts which he could gather. When rescued after three years' loneliness, his utensils consisted of great shells, and two cups which he possessed, made from the skulls of his com panions. Strange Inconsistencies. Here Is one of life's inconsistencies: A mouse is afraid of a man, a man Is nfraid of a woman, and a woman is afraid of a mouse. Exchange. Instant!) O POSTUM BEVERAOC mmm W. N. U.t DENVER, NO. 24-1921,