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MANY TAKE EXAMINATIONS
FOR MUNICIPAL POSITIONS The largest number of applicants that have ever registered for civil err vice examinations for municipal po sitions took their mental testa yester day morning at the city hall before \v r Doortenbach, ehalnunn of the < |\, Bfi-vlco commission and civil Service Commissioners c. Q. Seelyo and ,1 i; t ampboll, conducting tho examina tions. Sixty-four of tho sixty-eight appli cants wore present. Fifteen nplicants truk examinations for policeman; thirteen for truck driccrs and twelve for city firemen. Following is a lint of persons, and the positions fur which they took exami nations: City Patrolmen—-E. c. Horne, p. j. Tcnn, A. A. Calvin, Paul Barnes, Sam \V. Thomas. O. !•:. Burnett, T. j. Wat son. O. McDaniels, P. A. Thurston R. r. Walker, C. A. Miller. Jack Butter field, C. a. Sackett, Perry Scott, G. M Mlhoovor I’oltco chauffeur- G. X" Schneider, J. W. Van Pelt and E. R. Moylan. Police de?«k sergeant - J M. Williams and. O. W. Patrick. CALL UPON SHERIFF AFTER PRISON TERMS It'* a pretty good sign when men having s«rve<l their penitentiary term and have been released, call on the sheriff's office to pav their respects,” said court house offlclnl yesterday. that they propose to walk tho chalk mark of rectitude hereafter.'' There have been several such callers recently, and of < nurse they are all welcome at the i»fft<-»- <>r the county's chief peace officer Some call simply : » pay their rotfpo is, and some have "in* business of their own to transact. f»f course If then is anything that needs looking up.* that's •.!*>’ for the record of every man from the time he "as first arrested up t-« the time he i* escorted m Canon CU>% la there In the hooka of the sheriff: wary move in hie caso with tho da Us arc accu rately recorded. Oaa man called Monday* and though it was a holiday, he found tho sheriff and most of his fore© on hand. He had ro particular bus!ne>«». but reminded th« officers that h*> had l>< *-n sent up f*»r apj>ropriatmg other fellow's •iutornobile. hud served his time and liad an "honorable discharge ' Incidentally. tnl* man had a finger cut off while working enine sort of a machiuo In the pen The question ha* arisen wbather or not he la entitled to compensation under th« workmen's compensation act. Ono man claims [ TheFebruarySale | Of Fine Footwear [ Starts Today 1 —A sale so totally different; so unspeakably greater; so astoundingly valueful, that we, most con- j versant with the values, hesitate to find words as definite as the sale is different —as eloquent as the || sale is excellent. 3 H —ln many years, we have never held so great a value presentation in oiir Shoe Department. M H —lt is something to see rather than talk about. p 55 —You women who wear good Shoes know SELBY ARCH PRESERVERS. = n —You women who know of New York style of New York Workmanship know WICHERT SHOES. M = You women who wear tailored garments who admire fine workmanship without any “gingerbread” = M knou KNEELAND SHOES. Jj = gives you your choice of hundreds of pairs of high aartmg today. = I $3.85. *5.00. *6.00 I 1 *6.85 and *B.OO j S gives you wour choice of hundreds of pairs of high and low Shoes. |§ M —Think of buying a blown calf, high-grade lace Shoe for $3.85 ! || p _ What WEAR and COMFORT you'll get from them if only used as outing Shoes this Summer. js §§ 71,j n |j 0 f buying a fine Kid One-Strap made by Wichert within the past three months for $6-85! = H —Tink of buying Oxfords, straight heel Oxfords, made of the best of leathers by Knccland at $5.00! || = P llt j on - t think too long for hundreds of women wil| huriy down early this morning to take advantage of this valucful =5 E5 opportunity. S —All these ui = Men s Shoes too. air KTmTSFBRm our Second Floor —- ||j =5 included in Shoe Store. | Chief or Pollce-George T. Johnson, new chief of police. City Firemen—G. H. Dillon, A. H. Lcmereaux. G. T. Reynold*. Lewis Krasnvltch, A. D. Lott, W. If. Chap rVßn: I: Yarberry, ]*]. p. Mores • hlnl. 11. o. Pant lor, V. K. Keaat, E. 1. Mad dock and G. M. Dubois. Mechanician—A. u. Rausch. Arthur 1.. Garnett and A. A. Lewis. Assistant City Englnoer—-W. A. Treadwell, K. K. Neugebauer, J. P. Lurton, O. G. Klndered and R. D. Fur go rso n Rodman—F. T. Vfcughn. «’ity Building Inspector—W. J. Painter. Deputy City Clerk—E. A. Cook. H. W. Jones, Julia T. Boodie, K. V. Camp bell and Mattie G. McClelland. 11 "a Ith Inspector—H. X. Van Dyke, •' C. Haynes, L. Rlngold. J. c. O'Don noll, S. A. Ginsberg and Frank Graack. Truck Driven*—Joe Dozario, Frank Yarberry. IS. F. .Russell. F. A. Corbcr, L. C. Wllllsc. Claud Hall. T. C. Con siglio, J. X'. Nash. F. L. Nittlnger. F. F. Egan. Mike J. Papleli, G P. Deeper aiiC© and F. M. I.une. that this party was an employe of the 'and whether from choice or not, was working for Colorado, and suffered a physical loss while so lining; then why should ho not be paid for it?" Another caller yesterday stated that h“ had Just hr«n released from tho penitentiary whore he was sentenced for from three to ten years ou convic tion of burglary. Thig man asked the sheriff for soma trunk and other keys; he stated that he bad sent his sister an order on tho sheriff for the keys as she had charge of his trunk and other belongings and he wanted hep to get into the same. For some reason, he told the sheriff, the order was not honored, and now he would like to have the aforesaid lock opening implements. Mr. Thomas dove into his records and thero found all about the returned convict's record, which ran back to eight years ago today, lie then instituted a search in the office vaults and there found the keys "anted, and turned them over. Among remarkable superstition* Is that existing in many mining com munities that tho discoverers of treas ure* la tho bowels of tho earth are certain to meet with a violent end. THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN WE TAKE MORE KINKS OUT OF THE SANTA FE TRAIL SOON Uncle Sam's highway department do.’.'t like curloy-cues. And bo tho kinks are to bo taken out of the Santa Fo Trail leading east from Pueblo. The Chieftain yesterday told of how ono useless and dangerous curve was to bo taken out of tho concrete high way at Salt (’reek. But yesterday It developed that two more aro to he obliterated farther along the trail botween this city and Blende. As tho roadway now is, there !s a right, angle in front of the Roeelawn gate, and thero Is another at the cor ner a quarter of a mile farther north; both of those aro to be done away with by means of cut-offs which will go to make graceful and easy curves. Exact measurements of tho curves FIVE BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED ON TUESDAY Five building permits were issued In tho offlco of tho assistant building In spector yesterday. Three of the per mits Issued wore for residences and to talled a cost of SIO,OOO, two of them were for tho building of garages. John Oresh. 1521 Wabash avenue, will build a one-story frame residence at a cost of S3OOO. W. F. Warden, 726 Veta avenue, will build a brick resi LOCKERS TO PREVENT THEFTS IT SCHOOL Over three hundred lockers are be ing placed together at centennial High school for the use of the students. They will probably be ready for use by th* end of this week. Tho lockers will be used by tho student* to keep their cloaks, hats and books in and are fitted with keys to prevent them from being tampered with. Tho lock ers were occasioned by the fact that many of the student* were complain ing that some of their proporty hud been stolen. Tho firm to whom the order for tne lockers was given wan slow In filling it und did not send tho full shipment, so tho students "111 have to double up *nd one locker will have to suffice for two persons until the rest of the shipment arrives, sometime about the eni of the school year. have not been announced, or the new concrete footago necessary to make them, but tho blue prints have been prepared and the edge of each curve In tho center of tho anglo will bo something more tha» k 100 feet from what Is now the corner In each in stance. The county commissioners state that tho Uncle Sam road men will not stand for sharp corner turns on concrete highways, and therefore it is neces sary to condemn and buy tho ground, or trade for It with other land, to com ply with the federal demand. Anyway, soino way this is to be done, and that's all th«re Is to It, and once this Is ar ranged for, the required steps for the additional five or six miles of con crete extension for this year will be pushed along. donee at a cost of s3s(>o and L. F. Th&xton will build a one-story framo stucco residence in tho 2500 block on Grand avenue. Oscar Bergstrand, 1630 Orman ave nue, and M. A. Green, 711 West Four teenth street, will build garages at a cost of approximately S2OO. MOTHER, QUICK! GIVE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP FOR CHILD’S BOWELS Even a sick child loves the "fruity” taste of “California Fig Syrup." If the little tongue is coated, or if your child is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold, or has colic, a teaspoonful will never fall to open the bowels. In a few hours you can seo for yourself how thoroly it works all the constipation poison, sour bile and waste from tho tender, little bowels and gives you a well, playful child again. Millions of mothers keep "California Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea spoonful today saves a sick child to morrow. Ask your druggist for genu ine "California Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother! You must say "California" or you may get an imitation fig syrup. PERSONS AND EVENTS VISION A man’s... .vision is over greater than hia achievement; and literaturo reflects not so much a man’s doed, as the spirit that animates him; not the poor thing that he does, but rather the splendid thing that he ever hopes to do. —Andrew Lang. MORE LIGHT Joy. Joy! to see, from every shore Whereon my step makes prepsur© fond. The sunrise reddening still before! More light, more love, more llfo be yond I —Lucy Larcom. Miss Mary McCarthy and Mis" Helen Bruner will entertain their friends at a Valentine party In tho Golf club this evening. Gay adorn .ings, suggestive of the season will be used, an orchestra of four pieces will discourse excellent music, and punch and wafers will bo served during the hours. Tho meeting of the Fortnightly club which was to have been held with Mrs. Aaron Sonneborn In tho Congress Hotel has been postponed until Satur day afternoon, Fobruary 25. The members of the Lambda Alpha Lambda sorority will entertain ut the Steel Works’ Y. M. C. A. this evening at S o’clock. There will bo dancing. The Wednesday Morning club will meet today In the home of Mrs. A. A. Welland when tho subject of “Tho Italian School System’’ will bo dis cussed by the hostess, assisted by Miss Craco Pollard and Mrs. W. S. Hutton. The regular meeting of the Woman’s club will bo held with Mrs. R. N. Salyer this afternoon when the sub ject of “Economics” will be tho sub- j Jcct of tho program. KAJgrncjl [ BAJMTScj, Why Not Enjoy the Convenience and Profit by the Economy ol the Great Majestic Range To those families who are "getting hy” -with an old range or cook stova— ,'nying enormous coal bills with no satisfactory cooking or baking results, the money put into a Great Majestic lUnge would bo an investment. Tho fuel savings alono will pay for it beforo tho new is worn off. It will make eooking nud baking a real pleasure for mother instead of the old kitchon d rudgery. Why put off buying those necessitiesT By doing so you aro throwing kitnd in tho Gear of progress. Calkins-Whito Brothers do not encourage iccklcss or extravagant buying. But wo do believe in the widespread doe trino of contributing toward better economic conditions by not stinting on the. necessities of life. Tf you need a Great Majestie, BUY IT NOW. We will nceepl your old stove ns part payment and extend terms to those who need it. What Professor Becker Has To Offer For Today Today will be another interest- Menu ing day at our good cooking Tioujrhnuls of all kinds. Both Bak demonstration. Hundreds of Xow Vorkcr Paffa , vith filiini . enthusiastic men and women are attending. Why not be among Prizes those present these last four . _ ._ , , v 4 Pound Onkes will be given as days? You will never regret it. prizes. C Furnace, l &uZ|, •409 Santa Fo—Just Around the Corner From Fourth ■/ -• " " —S WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1922—1 Mr. and Mrs. Georg© B. Richards, honoring* their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Mulvenon and family, of Prescott, Arir... entertained at din ner Thursday evening. Pink sweet peas and ferns adorned tho table and covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Mulvenon, Mr. ’and Mrs. Nathan Van Fossen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Fos sen, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Van Fossen. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Crawford. Miss Anna Van Fossen, tho hostess and host. | Mr. and Mrs. T. G. McCarthy will leave today for tho Grand Canon where they will sojourn a few days and then go to Phoenex. Arlr.., to visit Mrs. Charles * Woessner and Charles Jr. They will visit also In El Paso* Texas, planning to return to Pueblo about April 1. Mrs. 11. P. Harris and small daugh ter, Sarah, who have been visiting several months in Pennsylvania with relatives and oldtimo friends of Mrs. , Harris are expected to return to Pueb- i lo Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Dean, of Sallda, arrived Tuesday for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Marvin. She will return to Sallda tomorow. Miss Florence Dick cam© from Denver yesterday to visit two weeks; with Miss Inea McCarthy. j Mrs. C. W. Burnam cam© from Colorado Springs Friday and, after 1 spending tho week-end with Mrs. Boll© Rollins Reid, returned to her homo Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dick Jr. motored from Walsenburg Monday, spending tho day with Mr. and Mrs. W. It , Bryant. | Mrs. Arthur Robertson, of St. Louis. Mo., arrived Monday to visit Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Streamer. Mr. Robertson will come tho latter part of tho week for a short visit i PAGE FIVE CENTRAL NOTES A short “pep” meeting w»b held i» tho gymnasium • fter the school bad dismissed and a large number of stu dents were present to practice root ing for their team. ■xlao following program was present ed at the Owl meeting: Styles of tho World Jennie Johnson At Homo with the People of the World Dorothy West AX the World’s Dressing Table Vendla Broberg At tho World’s Dining Table Maude Brisco* Meeting! and Greetings in Many Pauline Hsnnessy Tho Cliontans enjoyed a Lincoln program. The members answered the roll call with a Lincoln quotation. The program was: Sketch of Lincoln's Life-.. Mabel Wiley The Perfect Tribute. .Bessie McDonald Gettysburg Address.. Harriet Morehart Some of Lincoln's Anecdotes Helen Schilling 1 Tho Alctheorians held & debate on tho question, Resolved: “That th* fablnct System Should Be Adopted In tho United States.” The affirmative upheld by l<ouise Pederson, Mildred McDowell and Lorrain Birlchard, lost to tho negative, upheld by Margaret Hodges. Edna Davenport and Olive Crossen. , To Attend Banquet C. A. Uallrrieh will leave for Den ver Friday whero ho will attend a ban quet given by tho Lincoln club Frldny night. Tho club will bo addroasod by John Woslcy Hill, chancellor erf tho Lincoln Memorial university, at Cum* borland Gap, Maryland. Mr- Ballrcicli addressed by request tho Lincoln club in Denver at the election of officers last week. Tho club officers are: J. Fost**? Sj lues, president; Arthur M. Stong. vico president; Mrs. Joasle Barry, sec ond vice president; and Harry J. Pcaccy, treasurer.