April 18 1912, A Denver newspaper interviewed women on their views of the "women and children first" rule.  Some women claimed they would've never left their husbands and that some of the men who died on Titanic were more valuable than some of the women who were saved.

April 18 1912, A Denver newspaper interviewed women on their views of the "women and children first" rule. Some women claimed they would've never left their husbands and that some of the men who died on Titanic were more valuable than some of the women who were saved.

Denver newspaper is hiring a stoner sex columnist. The job description: “Our new freelance columnist will write about sex, relationships, intimacy, gender issues and more as it all relates to a world where marijuana is becoming legal — and oftentimes present in the bedroom.”

Denver newspaper is hiring a stoner sex columnist. The job description: “Our new freelance columnist will write about sex, relationships, intimacy, gender issues and more as it all relates to a world where marijuana is becoming legal — and oftentimes present in the bedroom.”

@MoneyLynch Saw this from the Denver newspaper. Nice win man! pic.twitter.com/vPtWqyxrGf

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@MoneyLynch Saw this from the Denver newspaper. Nice win man! pic.twitter.com/vPtWqyxrGf

Massive City - Massive City was another area opened up by the overflow of Leadville prospectors. It was located about halfway between Leadville and the Colorado River, on the Frying Pan River, on the western slopes of Mount Massive. A Denver newspaper predicted in 1879 that Massive City would be second to none, perhaps Leadville excepted, among the new boom cities of Colorado.

Massive City - Massive City was another area opened up by the overflow of Leadville prospectors. It was located about halfway between Leadville and the Colorado River, on the Frying Pan River, on the western slopes of Mount Massive. A Denver newspaper predicted in 1879 that Massive City would be second to none, perhaps Leadville excepted, among the new boom cities of Colorado.

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the seeker (great shot though it hurts my heart to see a perfectly good instrument destroyed)

the seeker (great shot though it hurts my heart to see a perfectly good instrument destroyed)

Bundles of Denver Post newspapers await distribution after being printed at the main Denver Newspaper Agency printing facility, where the Denver Post, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal are printed, in Denver, Colorado, U.S., on Tuesday, March 2, 2010. More publishers are considering charging readers for access to online news to help replace lost revenue as circulation and print advertising continue to decline. Newspapers lost an average 11 percent of daily circulation in the six months…

Bundles of Denver Post newspapers await distribution after being printed at the main Denver Newspaper Agency printing facility, where the Denver Post, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal are printed, in Denver, Colorado, U.S., on Tuesday, March 2, 2010. More publishers are considering charging readers for access to online news to help replace lost revenue as circulation and print advertising continue to decline. Newspapers lost an average 11 percent of daily circulation in the six months…

Soapy Smith (born Jefferson Randolph Smith) was an American con artist and gangster who had a major hand in the organized criminal operations of Denver, Colorado, Creede, Colorado, and Skagway, Alaska from 1879 to 1898. He is perhaps the most famous “sure-thing” bunko man of the old west. Some time in the late 1870s or early 1880s, Smith began duping entire crowds with a ploy the Denver newspapers dubbed The Prize Package Soap Sell Swindle.

Soapy Smith (born Jefferson Randolph Smith) was an American con artist and gangster who had a major hand in the organized criminal operations of Denver, Colorado, Creede, Colorado, and Skagway, Alaska from 1879 to 1898. He is perhaps the most famous “sure-thing” bunko man of the old west. Some time in the late 1870s or early 1880s, Smith began duping entire crowds with a ploy the Denver newspapers dubbed The Prize Package Soap Sell Swindle.

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