WOULD BUILD THE BIG BORE Denver Man Tells How to Con-struct Con-struct Moffat Tunnel Through Jojmes Peak Dr George B. Vosburgh, occupant oc-cupant of the World-today Chair at Denver University, made the building of the Moffat tunnel the keynote o& his address be- jfore the weekly meeting of the Denver Chamber of Commerce. He said on this subject: "What will the putting through I of that tunnel mean? In the ! first place it means that we will ! spend $1,000,000 in construction every year- In the next, it will mean that we will increase the tourist travel to this state at east thirty per cent. You must remember that it. is m?rhfv harri - . IIU1U to transact business with a man down in New York- A good per cent of the tourist that pass through will stay here. That will mean millions to this country-'I country-'I have to lie every time I go east, because if I tell the truth they think I am blowing. Is thore anything we haven't got? We I have iron, coal, gold, silver, lead. cattle, agriculture, everything jlf there is anything yet to be j discovered you will find it here. (Applause) . .." "I want to tell you- I doh care where you go on the earU you can come to Colorado and sc. something you never did see. TYj. mo where you will find Estei 1 v Continued on Page Four.) WOULD BUILD BIG BORE . ! ' (Continued from Page One) Park duplicated- You can't duplicate du-plicate it. Tell me where you will find the scenery of these mountains duplicated-' duplicated-' "There is a lure to the mountains; moun-tains; there is a fascination and a charm about the mountains. As soon as you let the people feel the lure and charm and fascination fascina-tion of the mountains, let them have a cottage here, and you can't keep them away- All you have to do is to get them here. "It is a business proposition-How proposition-How are you going to put it through ? I have supreme regard for the man who doesn't go around and ask somebody to l'Ip him. I have supreme regard re-gard for the man who beliew in himself and his power to do tilings, brings things ( to pass, and then sit still and let the rest of the world look on- If I had my way, I woudn't let this question come within a lv:.c;,ed miles of Colorado politics. That is the first thing- But tell you what; I would do. I would get a bunch of splendid men Ug(tn-er, Ug(tn-er, and you hve got them Kre-I Kre-I think that some of the men have sort of lost some of their civic inspirations. I would fc''it some of the best men together and go to Salt LakT and talk to the people there and say: 4Wc are big enough, Denver and Salt Lake, to tunnel these n ) uit-jins and bind these two cities together to-gether by a band of steel " I would get them to come across with about three million, Denver Den-ver to come through witli five million subscribed for bonds payable in three years. You subscribe, I subscribe, everybody subscribe- Why, then New Yoi 1 would say, 'That looks like mighty good security, why those people in Denver and Salt Lalu have been subscribing money. Where a man sees good security; and he has some money he wil say, .'Don't you want to borrov few frfilljon?' We will joii Hjos'o t(vo cities and that greal work yill be done "