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-FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922
PAGE TWO BANK OF ENGLAND LOWERS DISCOUNT LONDON. Feb. t«*~lB> The Ahs»»- olatod Bros** -The bunk of Knglund today reduced 11 j< rate of discount to four nml one-half per i oii! Tho discount of tin* UiniK of FiuUund huo been five per cent sin. c Novcinl « « 3 lust w'hi’ti U wuh ro*luct*d from the five and one half per cent rate cstah 11shed on th.> preceding July 2t. To day's action was forocabt when the tt ousury suspended temporarily issue of five per cent treasury bonds. The highest rate was reached m August. 1!)14. after the outbreak el the world war. whoa it wan set at ten per cent which hud only been e.mailed on two previous « eeasions. those of the panics of IS.'*; and 1566. Since then tin i»te has fluctuated but the figure oct today is tho lowest since tho outbreak of tho war. Tho reduction of tin* Kink rate was nnulo possible primarily by the recent large reduction In the government's tl. atltig debt and eurrcncy circula tion. which contributed to the uxeesa of fund* In the money market, permit ting the placing of treasury bills at a lower rate and the suspension of the live per cent bond issue. l\»r u. long time tho hank's minimum ruts has both! out of proportion to the market rates. Tin* advance tn No" York exchange. assisted by larger tn vestment of American funds here, re moved one of tho adverse conditions la the finuuciul situation. Discount rate* haw been remark ably weak during tho last few days and only a alight a.lJustmVnt will be necessary to moot the rev bied minimum rat*. COTTON SEED REPORT WASHINGTON. Feb 16 The cot ton seed products report for the six months period. August l to JanuatJ 11. Issued today l*y tho census bureau, showed: Gotten seed ‘crushed 2.325.402 ton* compared with 3.567.163 and on hand 4\s 349 tons compared w ith 455,«60. »’rude ell produced 712.115.2 79 pounds compart'd with 514.135.454 atid <*n hand 99.295.276 pounds compared with It* •* 472.421. , _ Refined oil produced .'•04.405.5t* w pounds compared with a54*..i4. .9.*.* ana o- hand 27 V 250.429 pounds compared with 291.442.939. «'ake and meal produced 1.046.427 tons compared with 1.126.545 and on hand 263.375 tens compared with 234.51 M Untcrs produced 305.915 hales corn partsl with '.-.•tv*'73 and on hand 17*3.- 623 hales compared with 264.259. Exports of Unters were 65,065 bales compared wlth 16.7x9 Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Tiles. Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure Itching. Instantly relieves Itching Tiles. 60c, Marvelous offers for the 10th Birthday Sale, Saturday and Mon day. THE PUEBLO STORE CO. HEX SITUATION tContInued from Pt** On«.> revolutionist* assembled !n the hills south of Juarea. The rumors uro that Juares is the objective of the rebel leaders While more than :** *'■» troop* of Fort Bliss have been kept In readi ness, General Hines said no trouble was expected for troop* b\ dtsturb* snee* from across the Rio Grande. FAKE TELEGRAM'S PHILAPELTHIA. F>b 1« Faha telegram* and letters sent to President Hording from Tennsylvam.i today cause*! W Harry Baker, se. -etary of •ha Republican state committee, to seek a federal Investigation Mr Baker revealed today that fraud u'ent telegrams had been sent l*' tho president purporting to endorse the candidacy of .1 G Oxertor. negro head w i ter a: a West Thl'.ade : v '.\ bo* • f*r appointment, as register of the United State* trrasu-v. The telegrams bon* the name* of Mrs George sV"har ten Tepper. wife ot Senator Topper. Mrs. John Wanamaker 111 . Mr* Ba ker and other*. Baker said that those persons knew anything about t*v* telegram.* Mrs Wanamaker *r,Y.vnl a Tetter from George S • ".irtattan. secretary t<> Pres!dent llardb c. acknowledging the te>cram. COLDS GRIP Forufy the system •gainst Ccida. Grip and Influents by If) taking A A>l Urafrve BromQ Quinine tmktmfs which destiny ffecrav act a« a tonic laxative, and keep the »»♦- tetn In nstdiiHw to throw off attack# of Coida. Grip aad ln- Bowia Be sure you get BROMQ Tha genuine bear* this aignature Price 30c. SUPREME COURT GRAND JURY INDICT TEX RICKARD, PROMOTER Ni:\Y YnKK, Feb. 16. Tho supreme • curt grand Jury today returned two Indictments against George 1,. (TexT lltckurtl boxing promoter, charging him "Ith rape in the socPnd degree, assault In the .veoond degreound abducting two r*-.voar-oM girls, Alice Uncle and Sarah Shoncfo'd. Twenty minutes later tho man who bad staged tile Dotnpsey farpentbT Tight and other big bouts, appeared at the criminal courts build in c. with bis lawyers and pleaded not guilty. The district attorney's office, announced that ii would be content w*th tin* slo,oot* ball furnlshe<l when Utcknrd was arraigned in magistrate's court last Saturday on a complaint I'J* ferrod by the Society for tho Pre vention of Gruelty to Children. Before leaving the court room the in ternationally known sport promoter took occasion to deny reports current during tho day that bo hail resigned as president of the Madison Square G, irden corporation and that John Rlugling circus man, would succeed him. Burlier lu the morning Ulekard GHOSTS SEEM TO (Continued from Page One.) Gathering Mihikowieh, whero an all night vigil had been kept. At all hours of the night the visitor ha*# been heard, Mrs. Milakowich In formed Father Joseph luuerman to whom she went for protection. "He'll eat me out of house and home.*' she told him. "I don't know who he Is but be can't be my husbands ghost. My husband r.e\er had an appetite llko that,’* Turing a recent night Mrs. Milako wich heard him in the cellar, sum moned the shotgun squad and fouud that two sacks of flour and fifty' pounds of sugar had vanished and the coal supply diminished. Daniel, her eldest boy. awoke one 9 morning to find that his bed had been moved ftritw the room. Michasl I>e . omn, a cigar manufacturer who lives i . the house, said: 'Last Friday morning there was a peculiar noise at the door. I struck a match. The door flew open, the match was blown out and a hand grabbed me I*n the neck, choked me and tlicn hit me on the nose." The only nights on which the dlo turber has not been heard have Ivon Monday nights, according to Mrs. Milakowich. So now the shotgun squad JOHN HAYS HAMMONDS DAUGHTER ENTERS MOVIES IN ELINOR GLYN FILM Mias Natalie Hays Ham wad, left, reeeiviag saggeatioaa far her make-ap fram Elinor Glyn. Because Elinor Glyn believes that society narts in society dramas should be enacted by real social leaders, Mias Natalie Hava Hammond, daughter of John Hays Hammond, has made her f.lm debut in Mr*. Glyn'* naw production. “Beyond the Rocks." The photo shews Mrs. Glyn and Miss Hammond discussing the portrayal of Mias Hammond'# part in tha studio on the Pacific coast. Only Two More Days off the Great Majestic Range COOKING DEMONSTRATION * *me and ‘*v wha' ~« w. der't! rare* wtM d an.l **-n fr n* Pn'feMor Becker the sccrc'* of better baking. Wh'.ie v'.>: arc here, ask one of the demons! rat or* * - w y* : . rcasor* why tv- Majestic is i .»•. * a \ Vr. wr ••* -‘The Kassr wi*V the ReputaTo: - Wee a •' y o! : . raivce a* part t*a>a'.ea: ax:d term* for t - w -fed t c--. MENU FOR TODAY Spocfr Pir- Lsdy rrtneb Im Maalb ShfUs Cr»= B»U-« . FRIEXS—I SILVER CAXES __________ 4(*9 ? r,—Ju*l Around ib, Coratr r«*crti ______ THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN would say only that ho would have « | HtHiemont to issue within a few days. I From Frank F*. Goultry. manager of J the Garden, came this statement: "I ‘ am not at liberty to make any state ment. Whatever may be done in the matter of change in presidents tho management of the garden will re main a* at present." Rickard is known tho world over. Galled the meet colorful promoter In the boxing game, he roamed thru Alaska and the Texas pan-llandle the old world and tho new. Tart owner of tho world’s largest ranch—4.ooo,ooo acres located In Paraguay, he has en gaged In all kinds of promotion enter prises nt one time acting as financial agent for Petvival Furquh.tr former New York assemblyman who became the railroad Groesns of South America. When he took possession of Madison Garden in July 1920, he announced that ho planned to make it tho sport cen ter of the universe. Besides the L'empaey-Carpentler scrimmage, fights that he has pro moted included the Dempsey-Willard bout in Toledo and tho Johnson-Jcf frlea match in Reno. COMMITTED SUICIDE WHILE OVERSEAS ALBANY. N. Y.. Feb. 16. —One hun dred and sixteen New Ybrk state sol dier* took their own lives overseas during the world war, says a state ment issued today by Adjutant Gen eral J. Kincaid. One hundred were enlisted men and sixteen wore officers. A coil of rope th«» roport said, "seemed to posaee* an uncanny fascination for the enlisted man." while the officer. a« a rule, re lied on his pistol. ' While It is impossible nt this late date to assign a proper cause leading to each individual saitctdc." said the statement, "the officers jvirticularly were overcome with tho feeling that winning the war was an impoaslble task and that the world's culture was to bo swept away by the triumph of German arms." Soldiers of German descent, the ra pert said, seem to lead other nation alities in the suicide*. has been organized to guard the house six nights a week. ODD AND INTERESTING (Continued from Page Ona.) eye on a bar, Instantly lior eight was J restored. CHICAGO, Feb. 16.—The Confm tcriiity of Flvo Minute wbr <>r gnnlxcd at the University of Chicago, to combat tdssyisin yesterday. Charter members |»usrd for tlndr pictures with a nickel's worth of navy twist In each Jaw. The Five Minute Fgg club, so-called It. was explained, because an egg boile*l for fixe minutes is hard boiled, will war on wasp waist clotlies, high heels and scented water. Women run and do smoke elgar els," said llaniel Prothero, of the Uni versity swimming team, win* was el ected president of the Five Minute F-gg*. “Some smoke pipes and cigars but they can't chew tobacco. Neither can they go ten fast rounds with tin* gloves. If wr suspect a candidate off iM'ing a sissy, one of the requirements for entrance will be a ten round bout.” UHIUAGO. Feb. 1 is not an accomplishment; It is a neces sity In tlxese days of speed and life. Hut there are two kind* of flapping*— the had flapper and the good high school flappcrettc. This information 1* contained in an article published In the Hyde Park weekly. (In* official student publica tion of the Hyde Park High school here, a school known as "the flappers' paradise. ” j Tin* article defending the high school flappcrettc says: ••Since Hyde High school Is known a> *the flu pi tent* paradise’. It become* our solemn duty to tell exactly what a flapper i*. There are two kinds of flapper*, the had flapper who picks out some poor blue Jay and makes a goose out of him, and the good flap* per.” One off the chief virtues off a good flapper Is her ability to “coo her way Into the high school boy’s heart by l*er coy smiles and rippling laughter,” | the artk'le say*. > MONTREAL Feb. IS Jerrmle ! Bellixeau enjoys the distinction of having been the <*entral figure at his oxm Inquest. The Jury decided he was alive. Some month* ago a body found tn the Lachtnc canal was Iden tified as that of Belllveau, who had been missing from hi* home. A coroner's jury found a verdict of ac cidental death, and In time Madame OUCH! ACHING JOINTS, RUB RHEUMATIC PAIN St. Jacobs «>il stops ary pain, and rheumatism is pain only. Not one case in fifty require# inter nal treatment. Stop drugging! Rub •oothtng. ponetmtir.g St. Jacobs Oil right into your sore, rtiff. aching Joints, and relief com*-* Instantly. St. Jacobs Oil is a harm Tern rheumatism liniment, which never disappoints, and caruot burn tho ekin. Umber up! Quit complaining! Get a small trial bottle of old. heneat St. Jacobs Oil at any drug store, and in Just a moment you'll be free from rheumatic pain, •oreneaa and atiffnewa Don't suffer! Relief awaits you. St. Jacobs Oil la just a* good for sciatica, neuralgia, lumbago, backache, sprains. SLEEP WELL How can sou expect to be 100$ efficient during the day when JO, 1>« will Wlttk* nilLt cwpisl? 100 awl bars relief aad tnftaaately it is •vsilsbie. Foley’w Honey and Tar flgppKss it. Tbs curative iaßueacc of tku cur otakt aad absolutely pars cecpooadkr*’ rough* relief to tbomaoda ItwiQdotbe -.for you. Vbs Horn Drug Co . ttfc ond Santa Pk HcUlveau made plans to re»marrjr. Titan Drillvrnn made a ro-amuige mont of (dans ucrtsuiry by coming back. Bullvfau explained that he Itad been unavoidably detained in Jail for six months. CHICAGO, Feb. 18.—(icorge Moh rmg, 22, and his brother Robert, 18. must attend church regularly and must get on their knees before thesr mother and boa forgiveness foe the trouble tltey have ratacd her. under tin* terms of a w>ntottro imposed on them here yesterday. The boys were ui‘rested for theft of automobile ac cessories. TORONTO. Feb. 16.—Local brew eries have asked the government for protection against the hone made beverage. Many men employed by beer manufacturers ha ye been laid off recently because of home brew compe tition. See the windows with 10th Birthday bargain, Saturday and Monday. THE PUEBLO STORE CO. Fourth and Main The Doctor Shoe For Business Men Combines the elements of comfort, service and good ap pearance ; comes in hrown or ! black soft, durable kid, rubber heels. The construction of this shoe is such the cumbersome arch supports are not required. It is different to all others. 506 N- Main Phone 736-J j CONTINUING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY HUNDREDS OF MEN’S FINEST Suits vs $6O at Q3H | THE BIGGEST NEWS IN THIS PAPER / Ever)- man and young man who wants to save money and dress well, owes it to himself to take advantage of this sale be- | fore Saturday Think our Society Brand. Kuppenheimer and Stratford makes. or fabrics at s34o °- Regular Values Up to $6O! It’s a Saving Worth Grabbing When You Can Buy ’em at | $34.00 1 WHITE & DAVIS Established 1889 “Always Reliable” BRDERJIARDING (Continued from Page One.) leaders respectively and both members of the American delegation to the arms conference altho earn declared h* know of no Information regarding the four power negotiations tnat was not 'already before the senate. Senator Underwood explaining at length why no record of the negotia-! tlons was kept declared the discussions could not be carried on In a ptiollo way because they concerned principal ly the abrogation of the Anglo-Japan e«e alliance, a subject on which tho American delegation could speak only !by private suggestion. Tho heads of delegation," Mr. Underwood added, Iccnducted directly most of the interna tional exchanges leading up to the treaty. I MILK MAID Chocolate Dipped BREAD, 9c squares 21 oz. Loaf Main St. Phone 1381 Baaaomer 586 27C lb - LARDS and COMPOUNDS I MAJOR C FLOUR Shield Lard, 10 lb*, net. .$1.39 | 98 lb. sack $3.60 Shield Lard, 5 lbs. net. . .75 48 lb. sack 1.85 Snowdrift, 8 lbs. net. ... 1.32 24 lb. sack 1.05 \ £*’ B !l \\ CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE Ssa'.tl:::->••••»,« BREAKFAST FOODS S lbs. [>L«r Blend KeUogs Corn Flakes, large ..14c Mild Santos 1.00 Post >> large*.".'.".'.. Me ***** . . 9 C Larfe pkf. 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