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OBJECTED TO LETTER
OFFERING CRITICISM Justlco of the Petted C. J. Hart and Constable 8. A. Curran yesterday re ceived a letter from county Attorney , J. A. J’hclps. Justice of the Peace M. E. Corson and ■ Constable Sam McAlister, ditto. The letters state that attention of the 1 board of county commissioners have been called to the fact that different litigants In the courts addressed, fre quently ask to fllo suits without first depositing the required docket fees and costs. , "Inasmuch ns the county pays the salaries," the letter goes on to relate, it Is necessary to collect the fees and costs to avoid losing. The county attorney particularly calls attention to the fact that he Is act ing under orders of the board l n ad dressing the letter. "The county has never lost anything thru this court.* said Justice Hart, when asked about the meaning of the letter. "1 replied to the letter instanter and In person.' sabl Justice Person, and "I informed the county commissioners that I had done mat very thing on certain occasions, but that my report was always in at the cud of every month si ml every cent of the money • arned by the office nt tho same time; also that I ain tinder bond for tho faithful performance of the duties of my office." ALLEGED THIEVES AT CITY T CAUGHT Two alleged thieves were arrested by the police after they had taken $1". keys imd o.tmr valuables from the coats in the locker room of the men’s department at the city "Y" Monday night Kco Bnbby. the older of tin* two. is not a member of the "Y." and entered the ”Y" without any money. !!• was granted the privilege of tak ing a swim and playing bid,aids free and then gained entrance ti the locker room, and using Mi<: > oar old pal as i lookout* rifled the pojk of tlie many coats. The two w«-re traced to tho Dixon- Millcr pool hall and wiw.i arrested confessed, the police say. but they .tad ■Pent s.' ■ f the money, bat hud the other articles in their pock-'ts. B. V Rupp* I general w.vtar/ of the Y" said Monday night tlmt of the right or nine thefts In the p;«s» six weeks at the Y." It ad had hern done by non-inembers. but that they had apprehended ail of them and re gained the lost property. An automo bile. two bicycles. watch, overcoat, several gallons of l« • cream and a quantity of randy are among the articles re. .vered A large sign Is be ing placed over the bicycle ra k offer ing a 110 reward for the arrest and] conviction of any person stealing a bicycle fmm the rack CHARGED WITH THEFT FROM FREIGHT CARS Harry S Abel, for some time as sistant yardnutster of the Denver and Rio Ornndo Western railroad here, it* to ho brought home from Terrell. 1 Texas to answer to a charge of burg larizing a freight car of his employing company and Mealing merchandise. largely automobile tiros, t(» the valuol of something lik* ISM'. \V I MrCafferty. chief s|>eci«l agent of Hi* rtlo Grande road, yeatcr day applied to tho county commis sioners to authorize the necessary rx p« M-. of bringing Abel hack to l’ueb- ■ 10. and the board made tho authori zation. The traveling expense of the officer, being .1 railroad man. will be nothing for fare, and the faro of the accused man fr-ni the Texas point will there fore make up tho chief expense. Mr. MrCafferty • xpress* <1 confidence of conviction; the act is alleged to have been committed in September of la*t ytar. ROT HURT; BUZZ SAW GETS FINGERS PaJl Mole hak. !3 year old son of Mr and Mrs. J M Monchak. 609 Beulah av*nue, badly lacerated three of hit finger" whlh «t work In the manual training departmt nt of the Junior high school He had recently enrolled In tin ol i- n-J di<t not realize tho dan ger for hi inexperienced pupil to work the buzz saw. The Instructor, Mr Frasier, had ordered th- boys to keep away from the saw. hut was at the other end of the room when the ani dent ... • urr. <1 Tl • >"•>■ ««n rushed to Mlnncqua hospital where medical attention was given At first It w;i- thought the boy would lose two of his fingers, but the doc tors say that they will be abb to •a\n them. Ho ia still at tho hospital. San Isabel Booklet Th- San Isabel « amp Service •••in puny, of thl- city has now an attrac ttvo, oxtensivoly illustrated 24 page biH.klet ready for distribution. How to spend a Joyful vacation in the San Isabel is outlined, with all of the Interesting points designated Mu- h of the matter for the booklet was gathered by A. G. Hamel and H E. Peering. of the Forest .Service. The Mountain Forest recreation club plan Is explained as t means of Join ing a summer home colony In the Na tional forest at a nominal cost and get all of the advantages and pleasur- of n mountain home. Ladies Night at “Y” Indies* night will be observed at the city "Y” Wednesday night in connec tion with the annual volley ball tourn ament now being played. The players, the Business Men's vol ley Kail league members, will pl«v the scheduled game with their wlv. < spectators At the conclusion of the games. Hie m- ii and their wives w ill retire to the dining room where a din ner will bo served. PUBLIC LIKES NEW P, O, ARRANGEMENT Activity on every hand greeted pat rons of the postofflee Monday. * Sun day several window* were rearranged. These windows were indicated by at tractive signs and the public experi enced little trouble ln finding them. With the new arrangement, the en tire front of the poatofflce la being used. All windows are open and doing business, as the patron enters the door, the activity of the place Impress es him more than the old method of having m&ny of the important windows at iho roar of tho building. C. W. Pfaffenberger, In charge of the office, wild at the close of the first day under the new plan, that it was suc cessful and worked out not only to the satisfaction of the public but also to the employes. Undecided to Bring Negro Here for Trial Whether Charles Williams,®colored, charged with burglarizing and robbing the South Side store of Taub Brothers of good* amounting to SI,OOO, will be brought back and placed on trial, will he settled by tho hoard of county com missioners today in an answer to Sher iff Thomas’ application for an authori zation of the necessary funds. Williams is in Jail In Pennsylvania, and is being held on authority of tho sheriff’s office here. He was arrested In tho Keys ton o stats on a vagrancy charge, and evidence In his possession led to the location of a huge trunk at Kansas City contain ing much of the loot. It is understood that some of tho property In Williams' care or under his control, was stolen rrom tho United States Express company, or nt least it was property tho company was re sponsible for at the time It was taken. Real Estate Transfers George 11. Hastings to Gertrude Con hap; lots f* nnd 6, block 111’, E. Pueblo Heights, Si. Mrs. Kate McFarland to Glen M. Webb; lots 16 and 16, block 94, Fair mount Park addition, sl. A. J. Buchanan to W. C. Unsborry; n->rth half fractional block 191. Flet cher 11111 addition, S6OO. 1\ E. Gorky to Albert Six; north half section H, twp. 21, range 60, $2,000. William 11. Lee per as trustee to Mary A. Karthalow; lots 37 and 38. block 5, 1J- ■ trie Heights, sl. William If. I>«cpcr as trustee, to Alice Blako Myers; lota 36 and 36, block Electric Heights, sl. Hipallto Blanco to Jesus Gomez; lot 8. block 3, Wcin, S3OO. Calvin Martin to William A. and Oeorgo W. Marlin; lots 1, 2. 3. 4. and cast half northwest quarter, and the east half of tho southwest quarter sec tion 30, twp. 24, rango 62, $1,500. B. J. Parker to Louis and Mary R. Train; lot 4. block 7. Pueblo Building 4L Improvement company's addition. $1,600. The Suburban Land & Investment company's addition, to John Zaletcl; lots 1 and 2, block 7, St. Charles Mesa. $3,900. Perry Bishop to J. O. Record; $6 acres In section 1. twp. 22, range 68, S6OO. Joe H. Bole tp I.aura A. Wilson: lot 85, block 20, Mattlce’s addition and lot 8. block 20, Mattice's addition, sl. LOCAL WEATHER REPORT For 24 hours ended ut i p. m. Feb. 6. 1922. Temperature: 6a. m. 12 m 6 p.m. Dry bulb 13 36 $2 Wot bulb 12 26 25 Bel. Hum 36 IS 37 Dir. of Wind W E Vcl. of Wind 3 State of Weather—riair «’lear Normal temperature for this date 30 degrees. Moan temperature for today 28 de grees. Variation ln temperature ln 21 hours 3 degree* warmer. Highest temperature 46 degrees at 1:13 p. m. Highest temperature recorded this month, 33 }*wrs. 74 degrees. Lowest temperature 9 degrees at 3:15 a. m. Lowest temperature recorded this month. 33 years—27 degrees. lllviieAt wind velocity 23 miles NW at 10:30 a. m. Total rainfall and melted snowfall slnco first of year 0.33 Inches. Normal precipitation to date .48. Tlmo of sunrise 6:68 u. m. Time of sunset 5:27 p. m. 11. B. DICK. Weather Bureau. For Pueblo and Vicinity (radius 20 miles): Fair tonight and Tuesday; warmer Tuesday. For Colorado: Fair tonight; not quite so cold west and extreme north i -rtlons; Tuesday unsettled and warm er. For Southern Rocky Mountain Re gion period February 6 to 11 Inc. Gen .rally fair, with temperature near or somewhat below normal. Generally fair and .older weather prevails over the western portion of the country due to Iho presence of an area of high pressure over tho southern Plateau region; a light fall of snow occurred in western and northern Colo rado. nnd In the upper l,ako region and Manitoba It is raining this morning In contra I Texas and northern Florida .i" a result of the pass ago of a storm which now centers in western Now York and snow continues In New Eng land A storm of slight energy ap proaches from tho north Pa-lfic caus ing warmer weather with rain from the Columbia river northwest and light spnw in «MStern Washington over Idaho and western Montana- A continuation of fair weather to night and unsettled Tuesday: wanner Tuesday is indicated for Pueblo and vicinity. H. B. DICK. Weather Conditions In Other Cities In the West Weather reports or ssvsrai cltlss t* Color ado and adjourn* etats# during the 24 hours sndlng • o'clock yoitsr dnv morning. compUsd tnm statin Uc* furnished by tbs weather bureau o U ru.blo: n p 1 1 8§ S - r I : s r a I Denver 1* * 32 .. .14 Durango 4 6 2* .. .18 Gd. Junction - 32 h» PUEBLO ... 13 II 37 T Balt Lake .... 16 H 2X i Santa Fe .... 6 6 s<> •• ••• THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAI WANT STATE CERTIFICATES FOR TEACHERS OF MUSIC The Pueblo Music Teachers asso-j elation, at a meeting Monday night ln. the Commerce club rooms adopted re solutions providing for tho state cer- ' tlfication of music teachers, and will have tho resolutions printed and dis tributed to arouse interest to cause the legislature to act accordingly. j A plan Is being worked put to help make Pueblo the central p'olnt of the | county and adjoining territory. Music week will be observed in tho early part of May, and Mrs. Baker, county superintendent of schools will be asked to oooperato with tho association in making the week a success. Such a week would bring hundreds of per sons to Pueblo, Francis Schwinger, I Notice That ——-- Mr. Crews-Boggs doesn’t conduct church services in tho vestibule of Ills store on Sunday. You sco it’s this way. has a vestibule that sticks out a little in front of tho front door on Main street and Jt Is commonly used by bashful husbands who wait there while their wives go In and buy some corsets or lingerie, or by folks waiting for a street car on a stormy or cold clay. Now, last Sunday, tho weatherman went to church and whilo ho was gone' a storm came up and raised a lot of dust in this city and the wind was cold and cut clear thru tho thin stockings a lot of women were wearing while they were all dressed up and down town looking in tho display windows to see what they woutil spring on hubby next. They got sort of chilly and wanted to go sonic place to warm up a bit and they were afraid to go into a pool hall and tho drug stores already were filled with real custom ers, so some of the folks tried to get Into Mr. Crews-Beggs vestibule and CHILD'S PONY GOES OFF WITH THIEF A Shetland pony was taken from Its quarters at tho homo of J. T. Mc- Corkle, 1119 South Uuion avenue at 9:15 o’clock Monday night, according to a report given the police. McCorklo says that lie owns two little ponies which his children play with. Only one was stolen, and its disappearance was discovered when the family heard the lonesome whinny of the other. Investigation showed that tho lock had been pried from tho corral, the pony removed, and tho gate refastened. The remaining pony was turned out, and with nose to tho ground, followed the path of tho stolen pony for a short distance, but soon lost it. The neigh borhood was searched and searchers went several miles on every road lead ing from Pueblo, but the pony had not been found at a late hour last night. A reward Is being offered for the apprehension of tho pony, as it was beyond valuation because it was a pet for the children. Ad Man to Speak Allen Herrick, president of the Den ver Advertising club, and advertising manuger of the Bankers’ Trust com pany, will speak on "Financial Adver tising" at a meeting of the Pueblo Ad vertising club to be held Tuesday night at the city "Y". nt 6:15 o'clock. Three, two-minute talks will he given by members of the organization and the third lesson of tho advertising course being studied by the club, will be taken up. Persons interested in tho meeting can attend by telephoning their reservations for tho luncheon to George White, of the ”Y’’ before noon Tuesday. Why you n««d RESINOL ■SssHtinq and HsaHn* B*caus« its Invaluable far Rums Chafing Scalds Rashes e Cuts CoM Sores 0 Stints TThstGood Old Fashioned Taste Have you seen the big Contest Loaf in the Sunville j Booth at the Food Show? Tho food show at. Crews- Beggs lasts all this week—that means you have until SAturdnv ’T night to register a guess on th« 's. weight of tho big contest | o af n f bread In the Sunville Booth. president of tho organfzatlon says, and points to music week observed in Colo rado Springs last year, of only three days time. It brought 3,000 children to that city, and they were in most cases accompanied by their parents and friends, which meant that Colo rado Springs realized a great amount of business from the occasion. The same thing will be worked out here. At tho Monday night meeting, a committee was appointed to work on further plans for freo municipal con certs in Hie parks the coming summer. Another committee was appointed to continue tho work for tho elimination of locomotive whistles near the Me morial auditorium while musical con certs arc ln progress. could'nt because Mr. Crews-Beggs had locked it up and gone to church and they stood outside looking in and felt rather uncomfortable, don't you know. So. Mr. Crews-Beggs. for the sake of old friendships and the good of hu manity. won’t you convert that vesti bule into a church on Sunday and let us come in and enjoy the services and wait for our cars while the wintry winds blow like the Devil outside? Expectantly yours,—W. H. P. WILL WITCH SALE OF FIREARMS HERE Chief of Police Jbhnson will enforce tho law which requires that all deal ers, pawn brokers and others who sell firearms, keep an accurate record of every gun sold, rented or that is dis posed of ln any manner. A fine of $25 to SIOO will be assessed for the viola tion of this law. and a copy of the law will bo sent to every dealer in this city. The law has not been rigidly enforc ed in tho past but it will go into ef fort immediately as tho result of a letter from the attorney general of the state. SPECIAL To the Women of Pueblo We have Just received a ship ment of the celebrated silk aml wool Phoenix Hosiery, ami they nr© specially priced $1,95 and $2.55 Also a fresh shipment of pure nil silk tad!©* Phoenix Hose, full fashioned, nnd we place (Item on snlo today at the special price of $2.10 the Pair All silk. NTfui-fasliloned, ladies Phoenix llose. double heel and 100, s|N*<*lally priced $1.45 the Pair TAUB BROTHERS 310-312 NORTH MAIN NT. Also Ju**t received a shipment of Men's silk nnd WOO| ho.se. specially priced at $l.OO tl»o pair. w KEATING TALKS TO ROTARIANS AT LUNCH A business tallc on education was elvcn by Superintendent J. P. Keat ing- of the South aide schools, Monday noon before the Pueblo Rotary club. Tho phase of education upon which Keating: dwelled, was the connection Oetween the instructors and tho pub lic* Keating: said that the results of the education of the child depended on the co-operation which va» afforded tho teacher by tho parents. He spoke of the responsibilities and trials of a teacner and the deserving: credit to bo giver, them by the parents. That the enrollment at Central high school has increased over 100 per cent in thr pagt teg years was brought What Is Back of the Valve ? K TtCMj< '-fa il : " v f i’i'k'' ■\ • HrgHBjHQHgHEHHMGI ■ - wst .a' c 4 it A. \3 tiffin' .\ -w S* 11 Ids if MFe-V. a t ■ t l *.. ■' . ■ jjNa * '•' ■ »*. ;■ 1 -t,*# i.i '^^* i . . After leaving the exhauster, which was described in Sunday’s article, the gas passes through six pieces of apparatus in rapid succession and which are generally referred to as "scrubbers.” The building containing this machinery is usually called the "scrubber house." Unfortunately for our present purpose this equipment is so arranged and each piece is so large (compare size of tanks, pipe and valves in picture to the operator) that it was possible to only show a small portion of the equipment in a picture of this size. The first piece of "scrubbing" apparatus is known as the "tar extractor.” It is a ver tical tank, divided into a number of sections by steel plates, through these plates have been drilled hundreds of small holes. A large percentage of the tar that is being carried, mechanically mixed, with the hot gas, is deposited on these plates. The gas now enters the "washer box," which is merely a large air-tight steel box in which a constant level of water is maintained. The gas on passing through this water is "washed” of some tar and ammonia. From here the gas passes through a “condenser." which is a specially designed piece of equipment for cooling the gas to proper temperature. This is accomplished by means of circulating cold water, without bringing the water into direct contact with the gas. The three remaining pieces of equipment are all "scrubbers" and while the operation of each is some what different than the others, they all work on the same general principle of absorbing tar and ammonia out of gas by spraying the gas, at certain temperatures, with weak aitimonia liquor. The most efficient results are obtained by so arranging the equipment that the direction of flow of the gas is opposite to that of the spray and by increasing the absorption surface by means of drilled steel plates, beds of loose coke and wooden trays. By means of this equipment wc recover from two to three pounds of ammonia and about ten gallons of tar from every ton of coal roasted or “carbonized". Wc arc thus able to serve you “dean" gas. At Your Valve Pueblo Gas and Fuel Company James M. Daily Phone 143 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1922.- out by Professor Keating. He stated that the present enrollment was about 900 pupils now, which shows that the average youth la remaining In school longer, to complete the high school training. The Rotary club will give Pueblo school instructors a reception at the Steel works “Y” on February 23. at which time a special program will be presented. The Industrial research plan, which provides for a research engineer, was unanimously endorsed by tho Rotary club Monday. Adams Goes to Meet Cowles Former Governor Alva Adams left for Denver Monday to meet John H Cowles, grand commander of the Scot tish Rites Masons of the United States. Cowles will bo In Colorado four days, Tuesday and Wednesday In Denver PAGE THREE and Thursday and Friday In Pueblo. He will be the guest of Alva Adams all of tho time he is In Colorado. Adams Is at the head of tho Colorado Scottish Rites Masons. Elaborate plans have been arranged for tho entertainment of Cowles during his two day stay In Pueblo. Several hundred visiting Masons will par ticipate in tho entertainment. Ministers Meeting The Pueblo Ministerial association held the regular meeting at the Pueblo Rosoue Mission, 207 North Victoria avenue. Monday noon at a luncheon. Bob Norman, superintendent of the mission wan the principal speaker of the meeting. Ho spoke on the activi ties of the mission during tho past year in work among the needy. The National Federation of Business and Professional Women Is now rep - resented in forty-seven states and lias a total membership of 32,000.