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MEMBER OF Br THE ASSOCIATED K PKEBB Hf The A—oelated Press »• exclusively BK«tltled to tfce use ror paollcatlon of ■g< i!l newe dlapatchea •'redlted to It cr H9b<k otherwise credited to 'hie peper , end eleo the locwi news published here- B- All right* o# rvpublleatlon of ■ pedal Kg diivetrhee hare to are also reserved k ■ THE CHIFKT AIN has the best B[ e-jtlltj of circulation for advertiser* Hof *n> nvwspapet published In Colo- B ndo It **on*lwtently support* the UP- S' building Of the state with Just regard H to every citizen. and It ha* the_oor.fl ■ dence end approval of Colorado .* beet ’ H dtliene of every rises end section. B WANTED I B SITT ATION> FEMALE fl WIDOW would like position a* housc ■ ln widowers home. M-40, Ch-ef- H lain. I PLEATING AND HF.MSTITCHING Ail length* In accordion, side and boa pleating, also buttons. Mall orders a rpeclaity. A G Brlfg*. « Opera Block 'l.’-V _______ JUST opening Unity Hand T*aundry. Work called fOT and delivered; rough *r..l f ! finished free satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 2476- w. ___________ WASHING; rough dry. E finished $1 Phone 2302-J- WOMAN wants light housework. Address L-4 Chieftain. WASHING l.y d‘*z* ' r<.*:gh dry and ■hi - l*J WANTED —Sewing, prices reason ebb P N ’ - IH H Main I MAHUP SITUATION—MALE » HAVE YOUR trees trimmed by ex perienced pruners. We handle tun line of nursery goods- Phono it.a-R. PAPERH ANQING. Will paper ordi nary I paper. Is p,., r ,K*m. also paint ing reasonable; ' • •*•■■ MAN with wife and two children want] - rk a rmi ’ have own furr.i tu:.-. AMri -• k - ChUftaln. ; """j WV- v • i • •--fui business man J until u erica i in I ■ 1 ‘ ll , one, |m*i r*n-,\ ut »•»•"!-1 ing repairing and bulldln3. Sat wriMl of l.tb. r u r Üb..-ft:i , r- WANTED— By first class Japanese rook. . |...— It i*.n 1,, hofl. or prlv-tr family. *.H *»( Hi. fnlun An. I ■ "'k K ’niP'la. I D. ■ (lr„ :a.» plmt.rln, brt.'k and cement work. ■ 'all 7U.-N ■ | !.. yj4 fori sand and gravel; | tom work, phone 9*6 v i:\-skkvi< E ma mta Job car peaUrini ""watch US and clock a r.-palm 1 by npin . for and I I2S-R dure.i prices. All work goarantei WANTED —HELP—FEMALE * WANTED Two or thrr* lad> hon-e to house f*o",ic ll ore f-*r g«">tl propo«*i* tion. Must ’ • w lllli f i ■ ' )}( per k i 1 : :■ , ' - . fl-N Cl '' 1 WANTED THREE AMBITIOt 8 Women i 1 ' .Hair: • ' i-aldr"’ '* splrdla SOM... rail Mr. Anna II Mnlfopl. i*' , 'r*mnl.icr. Conarcw liolrl afl.r 3 nVlock IVANTI'I' A v oman t" d" llklit houn work th« Mr., U. E. Uori-y. Hmt.h %\o>. In eblo. WANTED —111 I T—'IALE b A PERMANENT POSITION I. o»g to two .mMllr i. I"’ mon "•!>» wl»« to hotter thrlr po.ltlon In l.fe. '"J » r.pld-arowlna , moani. Tot l »»• be qulcklv oromnled to an raerutlve Munition If v, u tr«ko eood 'PPiy once n^f < ■ rnlral Ulnck PnrM, . Colo BOY** rnn mike gc'jd money selling The , • ■ ftaln on * .enta every morn lnK M«rt .*t enr j Call et Chieftain offirr for elth» Mr. Fuller or Mr Hughes FT.UFFY riot Cake. l *. Delirious cof fee V. Open rll night The New Rockaway Cafe. 310 North Santa V POR |1 factory -leaning and pteasing try li-vemer Cleaners. Pliooe 1053- W. TO "MAKE 1100 monthly mailing cir cular**. complete Instruction!*. 70c N» r g.t Supply Company. 521 Oliver M . i’lnclnnatl, Ohio. YOUNO men over 1". doslrlrio' gov ernment posit lons. U3O monthly rite for frc.- lDt C’f portMone non open, d Leonard, (former Civil Service « nmlnrr). ml* Equitable Pldit.. ttaeb lngton. P. C. WANTED—' *» k for bridge Job Ap p |] ’ l| •' It* HAVE YOIT tried on** of onr rrmm waffles lately ? Umpire Ealing Hone . W W. HaiTla. Crop. Chieftain want adi. brin* remits. WANTED—II l-JLI*—MALE & WANTED- Married man preferred, l ono who has eunic knowledge of trees, shrubbery ami rare of lawns. Civil * ngineering experience or education 'will help land this Job. Address with I full particulars as to age, previous ex perience. W-18, Chieftain | WANTED Cook at Emplro Eating J House. 117 \V. 4th St. WANTED AMENTS • AND SALESMEN AVANTED salesmen to sell Gilt. Edge J stock. Call soon. 4_’l Thatcher Blk. 7:30 to 9 A. M. HAVE opening for hustler, 25 to 35; one not afraid of work, to advance hitnself. Must he married and ablo to furr.lnh bond, established house to hou.se trade. Salary and commission. Address Y-3, Chieftain. LIVE, energetic salesmen wanted that can produce results. No house to houfo. An opportunity to make real money. 106 Central Block. FOR RENT 11 BOARD AND ROOMS FOR RENT-Room with board; reasonable. 202 Bradford. WANTED to board and care for some one convalescing; modern home 4 block from car. Rhone 2933-W. FOR KENT 11 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT Nicely furnished room for gentleman only. Mrs. W. H. Hunter. 303 West Tenth street. THREE nicely furnished rooms; ground floor, front; modern: reason able. adults only. 4S Block V. Phone 1736. . .ODERN furnished room In private home ' lO Broadway. 1212 NJ. MODERN sleeping rooms. reair>n nbV. 1201 Greenwood. Phono 2425-R. FOR RENT—Furnished room; pri vate bath, rates low. 125 W. 12th. FOR KENT 1* UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOUR very reasonable rooms. Bet range and heater. Hot and cold water, Jl5 00. 24 Block Q. FIVE rooms, sleeping porch, un furnished apartment; hot water and heat furnished, located at 217 West Eleventh. Newton Lumber Co.. Phone 10«. FOR RENT 14 FURNISHED HOUSES THREE room* partly furnished houa»>. 10S W. Twenty-aecond St. Phono 1017-NJ. FIVE-ROOM furnished house 216 Bradford. Call today or phone 3*W. FOR RENT 1» UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOR KENT 6 room house, modern except heat. 1117 Mesa. Watklna Roal ty co. NICK 7-room house; block from post nfflc.*; also coxy f>-ronm brick on Moan. 125 W. 12th. FOR RENT iMu'j A Evans. G rin, r.iud. unf... 122.00 ti • W. sth Kt. 6-rm. mod. unf 145.00 416 W. Uth r.-rm pnrt. fur. with l heat 125.00 tiv w. Uth, 1-rm. and kitchenette furnlsh*‘<l. with heat $20.00 \Y llth. r:n. unf sleeping porch floor MO 00 ii'hr r furn. steam heated apartments. Insurance of all kinds RKA L ESTATE BUN D 8 LOANS THE GLOBE 224 Thatcher Bldg Phone 495 5-ROOM team bested glassed-in sleeping porch, garage. 216 4 E 3rd. FOR RENT-5-room modern except ' heat. 71S East Sixth. _______ I-*IV !•: RtuiM house, modern except furnace. M7 *s'. I Inquire next •loor or of Mr Greenwood. Amhurat , hotel. Foil RKMT l» SnsCKLLAXEOtS 1 NICE Plano. A t condition, for rent. Call 2372-W. ___ - FOR RENT—I M t It .UTS. •• ONE 4 rogm strictly modem unfurn llahrd apartment. In the i,.>>•»!« Beat I location and finest servbc In city, iti- I quire 317 Broadway. 1 TOR RENT—EUUNTIED AITS. 15 1 rURNIFHED npartmenla for rent. ! Reasonable. 2»2 Bradford. t RBNI OOm sr» . steam heat and light**. 712 S Union. The Majestic. , STRICTLY modern apartment, now !ly decorated, heat, piano; close in. (111? Greenwood. DOWNSTAIRS FURNISHED APT. FOl i: LARGE ttonMH, MODERN |.\.| PT FURNACE; IMA NO. I-HoNE. RATH. GAS AND GARAGE. 2420 FIFTH AVK. PIIuNK 1936-J. TUO or three-room apartment with heat, for ndulla. 525 \V. Itii. FOR RENT —Modern furnished apartment. W. J. Cowhlck. I$V Central Block. Phone 742-J. a 3-room furnished flat, private en tran,?. on Mesa. Everybody's Office, ;0J Cei trn! block FURNISHED apartment; fine loca i ion. 2-D West A brlendo. FOR HaVLI -lIOHII g -Z r , rp SAI L CHEAP-Four good M.unv her**-* weight 10*10 lb«*. wctild * ,k- in so »d 2 l M or spring . tffon. call 1*27 Routt Avo. Chieftain want ads. bring retulU THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN FOR SALK 21 IMPnoVKI) CITY IIK\L ESTATE SOME PEOPLE ARE LOOKING FOR A HOME Want a Good One, But Have Very Little Reaay Cash Well Here Ii One, Only Four Hundred Down Balance 525.00 per month. Total price $2,260.00. 4 large room frame, large bath room, extra good plumbing, screeued-in porch, large basement, fine ga rage, cement walks, mod. except heat; good outbuildings. On West 10th St. Convenient to car and business. If this don't suit you, you are hard to suit. AJAX REALTY CO. 601 SANTA FE AV. PHONE 626. MANY OTHERS. SIX-ACRE TRACT 6 acres 2 miles out; good 4-rm. cot tiige. barn, garage, large chix and brooder house, 100 upple tree«, fall bearing; finest of truck and celery land, full water right; a homey place below value, $3,800; $OOO cash, balance $lB month. BRILEY & DORSETT Central Block. NO CASH PAYMENT Required to get a good four room house In a very tieslrablo location for $1,200.00 Tt is on a corner, south and cast front. You tan make us monthly payments In advance and the place Is ycurs. If you aro tired of paying rent conie to the office, this is a life saver. THE BRAYTON AGENCY 407 Thatcher Bik. Phone 754 FOR SALE Moro Minnequa Heights property, where the nlr In pure, high ground, taxes low and room to turn. 2400 Block, 4 room modern, furnace heated, only $lBOO.OO for this fine little home if you have $lOOO.OO cash. 2500 Block 4 room modern, furnace heat, 24 lots, only $1600.00, half cash. A grand little home, r. rooms, mod ern, furnace, in 2100 Block, garage; only $2500.00, half cash. 2000 Bfbck. 5 room brick, modern, no furnace, only $2200.00. 4 room house on Beulah Ava, needs some repair. Take it for only $650.00 on terms to repair It, give yourself some work. Hoffman & rees 411 Northern Arenas ONE OR TWO furnished rooms; lights snd bath. 109 West Abrlendo. FURNISHED room. $l4 month; steam heat and lights. 223 E. 7th. Beulah Lots All parts of the valley. Three houses for sale. J. G. HARVEY 3f>9 Thatcher Blk. Phone 743. HOLCOMB REALTYCa Insurance 220 Central Blk. Phone B*3 Don’t /ail to get interested In a bar gain In four 3-room hour™ we have on the north side*. They will trade too. or sell on terms. You will find them cheap enough. FOR RENT—FURN. ROOMS Cl FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING MODERN furnished or unfurnished rooms at 1412 Routt. 2 ROuMH. fully modern, furnished, reasonable rent; closo In. Also Ist floor sleeping room. Croas, 74 Opera Blk. Phono 3662. FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping $2 50 wcok. 316 Summit St., cor. 4th. TWO light housekeeping rooms, ground floor, front, also sleeping rooms. $l9 t’ourt- FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping. 222 E. Sixth. Rates low. TWo modern housekeeping rooms and one sleeping room. I block from car line. 402 Michigan. Thona Ul4-W. LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rent. 6154 N. Main St. SLEEPING room, also two nicely furnished, well heated housekeeping morns, 603 west Twelfth. 2 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms ground floor. 414 \V. 8. HOUSEKEEPING rooms at 225 K. Fcurth St Phone 1369 3 ROOMS furnished or unfurnished. Have heat, hot water, gln.*«ed-ln sleeping porch. 216 East Third. TWO horsckeeplng rooms, call after 12:00; 216 W. 6th St. LARGE room, light housekeeping e** sleeping. 708 E. Second. MODd ln light hoqaekSQplng rooms and <*ne sleeping room at 302 West 7th. FOR HENT—RANCHES It FOR RENT- 160 acre ranch |n Or chard Park, Irrigated alfalfa; possess ion at once. Edwin E. Haver Cent. Blk. FOR RENT ~~ '»n<- of the beat Irrigated ranches on the Santa Fo trail. «<o*:k and tools for sale. Holcomb. 220 Central Blk. FOR 8V1.%. 94 POULTRY ANi> PFT STOCK FOII SALE—IIO-egg X-Ray |ne.ub»- lor. $lO 1524 W. ISth TWENTY ihorobred laying Ancona pullota and two cockerels. $25. "01 E. Fifth St. Phone 2103-J. S. C. 11 I. Red Cockerels; same blood an my first prize winners at 1921 Stair Fair F P Wallace. 19?? K I«th. ORDER rratJ** Baby Chick Feed or niaehforda Buttermilk Mash from phono 96. S. 'and R. C. R. 1. Red cockerels, $’ and $5 Morton Bros. Fairmont Park FOR SALE—LIVESTOCK 49 VALLEY F A P <’<». 6<>t W 6th. | Phone 601. Reef, hogs veal bought | Dressed beef, hogs, veal sold FOR SALE 21 IMPROVED CITY REAL ESTATE IFOR SALE—S-room house, modern except furnace, oast side, furnished complete. Shade, garage, nice home. Cash or terms, by owner, C 3S Chief ' tarn. ON THE MESA - Two blocks from tho Junction;; 4-rm. cottago and uleeplug porch; garage, shade and lawn, fine Ipt. Was $2.00". now $1,600, for a few days only Terms to suit. Leaving Pueblo going to sell It this week. BRILEY & DORSETT Central Block. WANTED CITY REAL ESTATE R 0 IVL WANT MUIIL IlUlabS TO SELL THOMAS J. DOWNRN, 522 Thatcher Block. FOR SALE—AUTOMOBILES, 28 TIKES AND ACCESSORIES ! JOHNSON Auto Top Shop located at 712 Court. Phone 34 68-N.W. .GOOD used tires, $3 up; all sizes. 104 East C street. FOR SALE—Two brand new 32x4 Kelly Springfield fabric tires, still In wrapping; cheap. Sco Amlck, Chief tain office. 33x5 AJAX Cord, brand new; moit sacrifice; Bargain. Call 416 North Santa Fe. | ONE Ford roadster for sale; good j shape. Call 2043 W. I We luxvo the beat line of 1920 and 1921 Touring cars In stock, we have ever had before for the money. 1 1918 Coupe, snap for quick sale. 1 1917 Roadster. 1 1921 Ton Truck. 1 1920 Light Truck. 1 1921 Sedan. Used Part*. Used Tractors Ford Exchange \ Phone 681. 191 Central Main. ——■■ i ■/ LET US sell your used car for you. Used Car Clearing House department Pueblo Motor Sales Co., 617 North Main street. Phone 792. WANTED—AUTOMOBILES 61 WE will buy your old auto for caah. Wo stand behind our offers. Big 4 Auto Wrecking house, 110 N. Santa Fe. Phone 497. | WANTED *• HOUSEHOLD GOODS I C. B. MASON at I**s W. Northern I wants to buy household goods; 3437-J. WANTED—-Second hand heaters and cook stove*. Will also buy your fur niture- Big Four Furniture Ho'isa Phone 2311-W. 10$ 8. Union Ave. WANTED—Second-hand furniture. 72J East Fourth. Phone 1818-J. FOR SALE M HOUSEHOLD GOODS I F<>R SALE—Household goods, cheap. I Call Wednesday utid Thursday. 1313 I W. Northern. | WE CALL at your home and ex am! n n your sewing machine free of charge. Rent and repair all makes phone 1648 WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS fl WE speclallxo In galvanlzM chim ney tops# and btuvks, roofing, gutter nnd furnace work; estimate* . heerfullv given. B. A. Grunt, 605 W. Northern. 3565-W. “FURNITURE RE-FINISHING Having Recently Enlurgcd and Re equipped our Finishing Department! wo aro prepared to do exceedingly ! High Grado Rcflnlshlng, Promptly—• PRYOR'S FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS 32 GARDENS plowed In any part of city. We handle nil kinds of kindling wood or hauling; two horso load of piiion wood. $8 delivered In any part of city. Call 2613-W. MANURE for lawn and garden, de liver any place In the city. Call 470. IOK saleUtwo large SAFES: 1 12-FT. WALL CASE, '*NF. 10-FT WALL CASE. 1 6-FT. WALL CASE. COUNTERS AND FLOOR CASES CHEAP IF TAKEN AT ONCE J A BLAIR. 108 WEST FOURTH STREET. A LARGE safe for sale at 242 West First. FOR SALE-One heavy work h«r-j ness, one 3-Inch wagon. 100 fence posts; all kinds of flood lumber; must sell this week. 615 River. PERRY COAL * TRANSFER go dally to Florence after coal, big truck lonrl J 8.75 per ton. Slnglo ton 19 25 Special prices for all business houses- Hauling to Florence ~t prices «annot be duplicated elsewhere Office 217 S. Victoria. Phone 3695-W*. DARK OAK flnt top desk. 223 Rron.lway. BUY ycur tack coal snd klno:!nc from the Big Four Coal Co Phone 497. THIRD cutting alfaira. per bale Bfc; per ton $l2. phone 366 218 W. 2nd et. LUMPER AND coa!, AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES PUEBLO BUILDERS L. A 8. CO PHONE 1237. CORNER C A 8. MAIN. COAL—LUMBER Oakdale Canon Lump and Nut. New and u*«rd lumber, roofing, building material. Secondhand brl-k. The Pueblo Wreck***** A- Fuel Co. 164 8 Santa Fe. 1>! 1"3 E. Northern Phones 1346-925. FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS 32 FIRE INSURANCE at the AJAX. Lowest rates. BUSINESS CHANCES 14 A CHANCE Bakery ami confectionery business all complete, baking utensils and oven, at 30% of value, party is leaving. HOFFMAN & REES 411 Northern Ave. FOR LEASE Any part ground at corner “D" St. and So. Union, favorable terms. 1200 acre pasture close to town with Plenty water, also a smaller pasture. ELLIOTT S. RAY Real Estate and Insurance Phone 403 PARTNER WANTED who can In vest a small capital in a good coal mining prospect located 18 miloa from Pueblo on IJeuluh road. Inquire for .1 U., 307 N. Santa Fo Ave., Pueblo, Colo. FOR SALE OR TRADE SS HOLCOMB REALTY CO. I Insurance ! 220 Control Bik. Phone BRS Wo mont always have a trade wait ing for you but maybe you (fon’t conic in. Others are getting them, so can you. Como in. TO trado team, harness and wagon for truck. Phono 234. ~760 aTfine wheat land - Lovol as a floor and finest quality , of soil. Only $25.00. Trado for Pu eblo home. WILL KEEN. Realtor HOLCOMB REALTY CO. Insurance 220 Central Blk. l’hotio SB5 Bo gam« and quit your kidding. | We’re making these little and big I trades every day. Maybe you are not getting !n on them. Try It. I ABOUT $l4OO secured notes to trade for Pueblo dwelling of Ilka value, or small ranch near Pueblo. Phono C. E. Whitsitt, 2587 NW. HOLCOMB REALTY CO. Insuranco 220 Central Blk. Phone 885 We want to trado you one of the best Irrigated ranches In the state close to Pueblo, fine improvements, for foot hill ranch improved. You aro Invited 5L i um ii LOST—Femalo Airdalo dog, 10- months old. Answers to namo of “Dixlo." Telephone 2797-M. LOST—Between Twenty-fourth and Grand and Mesa Junction, on Lako tar. a small brown pocketbook. band stumped. containing pen knife, $1 bill and some change. Return to Chieftain and got reward. LOST- Collection book with cards on East 17th street in 1000 block. Finder please return to Jam Nelson Furniture Co., 107 S. Union. | RIGHT hand black leather one fin ger gauntlet glove, rhone 2537 M. R«- I ward. I LOST—Brown leather hand emboas ed pocket book, containing five bas ket ball tickets to tho <’entral-Con tonnlal game and some small change. Name ”G. Withers” on inside of pocketbook. Flnd**r please return to chieftain office. FOUXtf 17 OnOCERIES loft «t 43 nik N. Sat ,nrday ©vc. for Mary Vnytello not known at this address. I ~ FOR SALE 39 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS I FOR SALK—Columbia Grnfnnola and 50 records; like new; cheap. 316 West Evans. MOM; v TO LOAN 41 REAL ESTATE LOANS On Improved city and farm pro . perty. Lonns quickly closed. THOMAS J. DOWNEN. 822 THATCHER BLOCK. PERSONAL 51 PHOTOS of beautiful lathes with de scriptions wishing correspondence mailed fro*. Southern Club. Box 373. South Jacksonville, Fla. HAIR WORE FROM your combings. Mrs. Sim mons. 126% N. Santa F« Phoue 109 1-W. CARPET CLEANING 11. A. Smith, air and steam carpet rUanlng and upholstering. 321 East Fifth. Phone 941-W. CONTRACTORS AM* OI'ILDEIf H. R. NEW HOUSE, carperter and •ontractor and builder. 107 Manta F* WILL paint a new .'.-room bungalow for lIP' and paper rooms for $1 and up. Ncls Nelson. Painting Conti actor. HANK* THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Depoalts <10,000.000. i PUEBLO SAVINGS AND TRUST CO I ' TYPEWRITERS 07 I FOR SALE—At n bargain, a Multi plex Hammond typewriter Latest model In excellent running order. Just tho machine for teachers, clergymen or office work. Price 1126.00; will Fell 1 for $76.00 rash, call 704 for Informa tion or demonstration. COTTON CONSUMPTION Washington. Feb. 14— cotton consummcd during January amounted t-» 626.552 bales of lint and 40.499 ot lintrrs compared with 36*'..462 of lint and 29.782 of hnters tn Jnnnarv Is«t year, the census bureau announced to ds y Cotton on hand Jnnuary 31. in con suming establishments amounted to 1.675,033 halos of lint and 173,791 of Hnters compared with 1,20.1.961 of lint and 238.312 of llnfor* so held a year ago. and In public storage and at compresses 4.618,226 hales of lint and 134.226 or llnters compared with 5.645,- 482 of lint and 334.91.1 of llnters so held a > inr ago. Imports during January amounted t.» 49,023 bales c>'inpareu with 24.042 boles of llnters compared with 606.381 hales Including 5.216 bales of llnters In January last year. Cotton •-plndleis ;otive during .Tnnil nri numberod I M i with 31,539,431 in Januury last jear. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1922—1 FOREIGN DOMESTIC MARKETS iNANGIAL AND • NINE! MARKETS NEW YORK, Feb. 14.—Pronounced strength was displayed by today’s stock market almost from the outset accumulation of buying orders the double holiday further settlement j of short contracts and relaxed money rates were, the propelling factors. ( Highest prices were registered in the | final hour, that period being concur- , rent with tho decline of call loans from 5 to 4 per cent. Dividend paying bills | and standard Issues of the steel, equip ment, oil and miscellaneous divisions, i niado net gains of 2 to almost 5 points. Sentiment among traders respecting' federal tax legislation seemed to be more hopeful. Advices from Washing ton suggested that the administration may resort to ft bond issue to moot soldier bonus requirements. Reports from inldwestern business and indus ! trial sections wero of an encouraging j tenor but railroad tonnage showed 111- | tie expansion. Modern to increase of production by independent steel manufacturers In that territory accompanied intimations that tho proposed steel mergers were progressing toward consummation. Exehango on London mado a vigor ous recovery from last Saturday’s re action. The rally reflected tho buoyant tone of tho markets at that center de spite fresh complications in tho Irish and Indian situations. Demand bills on London at 4.36 wero ZM cents over I the recent low an advance of 4 to 11 1 points In the allied exchanges wore overshadowed by gains of 8 to 22 points in other continental quotations, nota bly thoso on Holland, Denmark, Nor way and Sweden. The German rate alone held back, marks making only the slightest gain. Time money were more rigid than demand quotations, new loans other than those of 80 to 90 davs being made at less than 5 per cent tho latter rate prevailing for all long time maturities. High grade mer chants paper was quoted at 4% per . o*nt but no acceptances were report ed. N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE Furnished by N. S. Walpole, Rooms 320-34 Thatcher block, Pueblo. Open. High. Low. Close Atchison 97 V* 97% 97 97% Am Int Corp... 42% 42% 42% 42% A-C Mfg 45% Am <’an 37V* 39% 37% 39?* .Am C & F 146% 147% 146% 147% l Am HAL pfd. 64% 65 61% 65 Am Loco 106% 107% 106% 107% Am Smelt .... 45% 45% 45% 45% Am Bug 66 67% 66 67% Am Sum 23% 24% 23% 24? i Am T & T 118 118% 117% 118 At Gt Wan 27 27% 26% 26% ; Anaconda 47% 45% 47% 47% I B R T 11% B A 8 26% B A O 35% 36% 35% 36% Bald Loro ....103% -04 302% 104 B F Goodrich.. 37% Beth Steel 8... 63 64% 63 64% Chile Cop 16% 16% 16 16% Chino Cop .... 26% 26% 26 26 Can Pac 127 1 29% 127 129% Cent Lea 32% 32% 32% 32% CA O r.7% 68% 67% 68% i C M A St P cm. 20 do pfd 34% 35% 34% 85% C R I A P 34% 35% 34% 35% .Com Prod 101% 102% 101% 102% Crucible H 62% 62% 62 62% Cuba O Sug.... 9% 9?, 9% »% |C F A 1 26% I Colo So 43 44 43 44 Calif Tkg 72% 73 73% ?3?» Frio 10% 10% 10% 10% I Gen Motors ... 87* 9 .8% 8% Ct No 74% 75% 74% 75% GtNo ore 35% 3% 35 35 ind Alcohol ... 44% 44% 44% 44% Unt Mer Mar.. 14% do pfd 70% 70% 69% 70 Tut Nickel Cft.. 12% 12% 12% 12% Insp Cup 37% 38% 37% 88% KC S 23% 24% 22% 24 V, Kelly s Tire.... 27% 87% 87% 87% Kennlcot 27% 27% 26% 26% Mo Par 18% pi 18% 19 Midvale 80 r. 0% 29% 30% Mex ePt 119% 120% 119% 120% Miami Cop 26% 26% 26 26 1 N Y C 75% 76% 75% 76% XYXH AH. 17% 18% 17% 18 x & w .101 Pac 79% 80 78% Pure Oh Co 34% 84% 84% 34?* I Penn R R .14% 35 34% 34% Pan Am 63% 64 63 64 Rep Steel 52% 53% 62% 63% Royal Dutch .. 50 60% 40% 50 Ray Con 11% 13% 13% 13?* C S Rub 54 55% 64 54% 1U line 71% 74 1 . 7.1% 74% Sinclair Oil 19% 10% 191- 19% So Pnc 81% 83% 82% 53% So Ry I*% 19% 18% 19V* Studebakor . .. 91% *»|% 9.3% 93% I Tub Prod 63 63 62% 62** Texas Oil 45 45 4»% 44% UP 180% 181% 180 IIP* U S Steel S«% t*n 88% 90 do pfd 116% 116% 116 V* 116% Utah Cop 61% 61% 61 61% Vanadium S .. 34% .35 .34% 36 Wilson A C 0... 34% 37 34% 37 W U 91 91 90% 91 Westlnghouse . 62% 53% 52% 68% Ain Wool 52% <:% 82% 82% United Fruit ..1.35 137 1.35 1.37 rue OH 46% 46% 46% 46% Sinclair 7% per cont note?, closed at 100%. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK I ' I ' f. 'JV lj I * r,o 11 IN CHICAGO. Feb 14.—(U. S. Bureau of Markets)—Cattle—Receipts B.ono. ac tivo; beef steers and Stockers and feed- I 'T* steady to strong, top yearlings ''ally, 1900; 1.526 pound steers, * bulk beef steers. 17.u0CJ7.85; other clusee* steady, bulk bolortna bull* f.» 757/4.00; bulk veal calves, $10." • 7 10 75 1 Hogs Receipts 35.000: fairly active. 10 to 15c higher than Monday’s aver age; $10.25 paid on 150 to 180 pound bogs: bulk. $9 757M0.10; pigs slow; 26 to 600 lower. Shop Receipt* 10.000; best fat tambs 25 to 50c higher: others and sheep strong to 25c higher; fat lambs to Hty but'hers enrly, sfV>.oo; ‘bidding. 115 25 on best; medium 105 pound year lings. $11.23; Colorado wethers. 19.25. METAL QUOTATION new’ YORK. Feb. 14.'—Copper steady; electrolytic spot and nearby, I.IVtdJIIVc; later. 13V*1113%c. Tin Irregular: snot and nearby, $.31; futures. $30.62030.76. Iron gtoady; No. I northern. 819.004 19.50; No. J northern. $18.505719 00; No. 2 southern. $15.50016 00. lend steady: spot, $1.7004.80. /In< - i|tllet. East Ft. Louis spot. $l ,‘.o (?4.i 5 Antimony, spot, $4.40. PAGE NINE CHICAGO GRA.NS AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO. 111., Feb. 14.—Rushes to buy wheat today lifted the price of that commodity fully 6%c a bushel lat uuo stage of tho day’s transaction. | I’bo urgency of traders was general ly explained as tho result of a pre l ceding big riso of values in European I markets. Tho finish here was strong ■ "*%o to G%c higher with May $1.38% tu $1.38% and July $1.21% to $1.21%. Corn gained l%c to l%e; oats and provisions 17%u to 30c. With knowledge that wheat in Liv erpool was being quoted today at equal to inoro than $1.60 a bushel, Amerlcuu money whereas wheat in Chicago whs ! recently selling at less than $1 tho majority of traders hero took at onco to tho highest point yet achieved by the July delivery and to new high fle urcs for May since tho upward move ment of values began. News of disappointing threshing re turns in Argentine added to prevailing anxiety about tho apparent scarcity of world supplies and so too did ad verse crop advices from tho southwest ern portion of the domestic winter wheat. Selling to take profits brought about setbacks in prices later but be fore the day was ended, tho market resumed its upward swing, with freali impetus coming from reports of an enlarged demand for flour and from announcement of a decrease in the Unitod States visible supply of wheats Thore was also talk of big export busU ness In wheat having been put thru at the seaboard. Corn and oats prices reflected to some extent the action of the wheat market and were also helped upward by anticipation that 25,000 tons of com grits would bo bought tomorrow for Russian famine relief. Provisions ascended In price with grain and hogs. OIL STOCKS Furnished by the Pueblo Brokora*4 Company, 120 West Second street. Bid. A*l^ Big Indian .25 .27 Boston-Wyomlng 70 72 Buck Creek if, ’is Burke Olj 10 it Capital Pete, per M 1.25 1 75 Coastal Plains 32 .34 Columbino .34 .p; Colonial 03% 04% Consolidated Royalty 1.17 1.19 Cow Gulch 10 .12 Compass oo?t .01 E. T. Williams 56 .58 Klkhorn 05 06 Franta i.rs 2.00 Gates Oil 20 .22 Glenrock j>4 M Harvey OH 06% .07% Kinney 20 .22 Trance Creek Royalties 05 or,*4. Merritt 8.50 9.00 “ Mountun and Gulf 70 .72 Mike Henry o?% .03% Out West 00% .00% Owen wood 56 .to Panuco O: A T 04% .or Preston 01% .02 Royalty and Producers ... .12% .13% Red Bank 22 24 Sunset 03 .04 Tom Bell Royalty 02% .0.3 United Petroleum 02% .0.3 Western Oil Fields 87 .89 Western States 30 .31 Y. OH nn«l Gas 2t .28 REFINED SUGAR Furnished by N. S. Walpole Room* 329-32 Thatcher block, Tueblo. rinse. February 54.! March and April 60 May 550 June 560 July 565 August 670 September 675 October R7O November 665 December 655 RAW SUGAR Furnished by N. F. Walpole Room# 329-32 Thatcher block, Pueblo. close. February ....210 March 2159818 April .225 May 2850888 June 27.6 July 2630264 August 260 September 265 October 262 November 2610264 December 260?f26l CHICAGO GRAINS A PROVISIONS Furnished by N. F. Walpolo Rooms 329-32 Thatcher block. Pueblo. Open High. Low. Close. Wheat 139% 139% 1.36% 138% t orn 60% 60% 59% 60% Oats 11% 41% 4"% 40% Rib* 1067 LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS Furnished by N. S. Walpole, Ib»>ms 329-32 Thatcher block, Pueblo. Llebrty 3%s $97.08. Liberty second 4*« $96.10. Liberty first 4%* $96.34. Liberty second 4V*s $96 20. Liberty third 4%s $97 26 Liberty fourth 4%s $9654. Liberty first 4%.* SIOO.IB. Liberty fifth 4%s $99.98. NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE Furnished by N. S. Walpole Rooms 329-31 Thatcher block. Peblo. Open. High. Low. Clone. March 1746 178.3 1736 1782 May i.l I 177,7. I7t>3 1751 July 1668 1699 166.3 1690 October US'. 16.37 1637 166 December I*o3 1650 1611 1647 CURB AND SUGAR Furnished by N. 8. Walpole. G W Sugar, com 122 J 27 G W Sugar, pfr 100 jnj Holly Sugar, coni 13 17 Holly Sugar, pfd 39 42 Amal Sugar, r m 230 300 Amal Sugar, pfd 63 66 Utah Idaho 200 SlO Mtn States T A T 97 ir>o Cement Securities 100 107 Cities Service, com 169 170 Cities Service, pfd 54% 56 Cities Seri ico Bankers. .. 18% 15% FOREIGN EXCHANGE London 436% rails $67 Romo 485 Berlin 61 Belgium 821 Spain 1570 BAR SILVER M O II PIUV I'.K NEW V«*RK. Feb. 14 Foreign bar sliver, 66%c. Mexican dollars, 60%c.