Denver War

Hot afternoons have been in old Colorado—afternoons saturated with the eloquence of the Denver Post, loudest colloquial newspaper in North America. But better than hot air is gas—the kind that runs automobiles. That was what was on tap, free, last week in Denver.

The Rocky Mountain News started it, an expensive but cunning stroke in the war for readers and advertising that has raged in Denver ever since the Scripps-Howard interests started to compete in earnest with "Napoleon of the Jackrabbits," Gambler-Publisher Fred G. Bonfils...

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