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REDUCED RATES TO COAST
AND FROM EASTERN POINTS Reduced rates on all railroads from Pueblo to the coast have been an nounced. While all railroads have an nounced reduced summer tourist rates from eastern points to Pueblo. On round tri|i tickets from the east to Pueblo tho railroads announce a faro and one fourth from points this side of tli«* Missouri river and a fare and n tenth from points east of that. This "FLAPPERITIS" HAS REACHED EPIDEMIC STAGE IS SAID NEW York. Feb. 16.—"Flap porltls" lias r>.iched the epidemic staßc and is finding its way into the homes of the best educated and most aristocratic? families Miss •fatie T. Richards Washington so cial worker today told the girls protective league meeting in Mrs. Otto M, Kahn's Fifth avenue resi dence Well bred at.*! vduVkitMl girls in OBENCHAIN TRAIL SUFFERS A DELAY LC>B AN'IIiI.KS, i* a 1., Feb. 16. The trial of Mrs. Madalynno Obenehain. charged with the murder of J. Helton Kennedy, was brought to a halt by illness late ioda\ Adjournment was taken until next Monda\ morning in the hope that witnesses reported to he suffering from Influenza would in? aide to appear then This action was taken after several persons called had failed to respond Tlnlf an hour gefore the jugular time for adjournment th<* prosecution said it bad exhausted it i llal of parsons summoned for today's sessions and was unable to pro* <i until r could trend for other* Defense attorn* vs *ugK*'Slc<] the ad journment i util M *da> paying that ■e\eral of their witnesses were 111 and they would prefer not to proceed with out having them in court SENATORS WANT TO SEE MUSCLE SHOALS WASHINGTON. 1) t\. Feb. 16 -| First consideration bj the senate agri culture committee of the Ford offer i for purchase and lease of th»- govern ment's propertles at Muscle Shoals, i Ala . resulted today tn the presentation ! to the senate of a resolution asking authority for the seventeen commit te. men to inspo. t personally the pro- • J* eon the Alabama. 4 suggestion by Itepresentntive Mil-! lei Republic an of Washington that the* house military committeemen who are lnvuatlgatlng the offer, also \ Islt the properties was tentatively considered b> that body but to* formal action was. taken The srnn’>‘ resolution wul re-! ferred to the auditing committee with th*- explanation bv Senator Norris. Ite-i pul'li' 'll of Nebraska, chairman of th*» agr.cultural committee, that It was not his intention to request immediate action . Members of both the senato and boils- commit!**.-* believe that a visit to Musde Shoals, would enable them to hett.-r comprehend the question and work out more Intelligently. Its so- j luf.'-n. Appropriations would be ncres-1 ■ wr\ to meet the expenses of the two groups and If was sn.d to be prlnclpi*;- L b«* auH*- of that fact that th<» house ••■•mi ttc« r*'.H-TVP(| dei Hlou on Mr. Miller s suggestion. Chieftain want ad*, bring results. Phone 1955. UNPRECEDENTED Shirt Waist and Blouse Special mX* $2.85 $2.85 at THE SAWYER APPAREL SHOP Ell Tho windows ,-ro full of them, and such a'dainty array. / Iml Handiome Tailored Shirt Waists, >7 'IB Sheer Lace Trimmed Blouses P ret( y waist is always a welcome addi tion to any Wardrobe.” - Choose YOURS at the AO pr SPECIAL PRICE * mXT R A ! ' A FEW MORE COATS LEFT AT BIG REDUCTIONS $25.00 Plush and Cloth Coals, to go at $lO.OO $4O anil $50.00 values in Fur Trimmed Plushes, Velours and Boltvias, full silk lined. G*'t one of these beautiful coats for next winter, $19.50 SAWYER w Apoarel Shots ?b' B Shop" Phone 933 J. 517 N. Main Welcome” i will assist materially in getting a large number of tourists In Colorado via Pueblo this summer. The summer holiday rates from Puc -5 bio to California will be $64 one way, « instead of the $83.59 as last year. This * is effective on both the Santa Fe and • the Denver and Rio Grande Western. The California tickets will he put on I sale by the Santa Fe May 15 and will i be effective until October 31. stead of being the personification of purity, refinement and innocence appared to lie taking the initiative in cheek-to-cheek dances, midnight automobile frolics and other "car ryings-on" she declared. "Why." Miss Richards continued things have come to such a pass that every mother lias reason to fear for the safety of her sons. Conditions certainly arc doplor able." CLAIMS POLICE ASSISTED VICE Mica Sabina Delaney. Miss »«bin» Dcl«ney, Botton po lice woman, says she reiixned to keep her self-respect when a police officer forced her to buy liquor at hotels and kitchen bars. She charites that the police system there keeps eirls in vie*. NEW LEADER FOR THE AGRICULTURAL BLOC WASHINGTON. i> C-. F**b. 16 The' senate agricultural tiloc. 'lts member*' declared today would continue m morel •t less active form, despite the resign* •' tion from the •enatc nf it* org »nlz< t ' and official chairmun. Senator Kenyon. ■•f lowa Hloc members, R was learned have been discussing privately the or ganization's future, ultho no meeting of ihe bloc hats boon hold and n mo may bo held in the immediate future j and" the decision has been reached by Doth Rcpuhll-an and Democratic m ni ber* for the hi**.- to he continued as .i senate force. Indication* point to Sen ator Dapper. Republican of Kansas, as the successor of Senator Kenyon a* bloc chairman The bloc is bi-partisan, bijt according to sotne senators has Inst some active Republican adherence, since some of THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN FASHION HINT In accordance to the request of many readers Tim Chieftain has re sumed the fashion service which proved so popular. We have made ar rangements With the Beauty Pattern Company of New York to supply the patterns to our readers and to run In The Chieftain illugtratlons of the iat ts*. and most convenient styles. These are of special interest and advantage to the home dressmaker. Orders for these patterns may be sent direct to The Chieftain office, but the patterns will be sent from the pattern com pany direct to the person ordering them. * | i sy lij. IfM iILU f®§p m AX UP-TO-DATE AND r SIMPLE FROCK. 3570 This distinctly youthful frock ha* the latest fashion "wrinkles." The new slocve and collars. A choice of I high neck or girlish round neck for ! which tho collars are provided. Duve tyn with matched flat braid is hero shown. One may have velvet, or taf feta. or serge with braiding. For the round collar, embroidered broad cloth or suede, crepe, or organdy is attrac tive. The pattern is cut in 6 sizes: 34, 36. 3S, 40. 43 and 4 4 inches bust meas ur" A 3S lnoji size requires 4 yards *>f 44 inch material. The width of the" ' skirt at tin* foot is about 2 yard*, j Pattern mailed to any address on re. celpt of 10c in silver or stamps. j ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ No Six© ♦ ♦ ♦ 1 ♦ Name ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Btreet No ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ City - ..* ♦ I Marvelous offers for the 10th Birthday Sale, Saturday and Mon day. THE PUEBLO STORE CO. Chieftain want ads. brine results. Phone 1955. KANSAS U FIVE WIN 3 STRAIGHT DMB MOINKP. lowa. Feb. 16.—Kan sn* university won its third straight Missouri Valiev basket hall game in as many da>* when If defeated Drake university here tonight l»y tho score of :S to 13. its member* have criticised President Harding. Secretary Weeks and other Republican leaders. HINTS FOR THE MOTORIST by ALBERT L. CLOUGH JMitor Motor Service &urwtu /?m«/ of /Qoviouft A “Wet" Mixture Is One Cause OL This Failing It Is noticeable that some engines have to have the carbon scraped or burned out of their cylinders at exas peratingly ohort intervals, while others run up large mileages satisfactorily without need of decarbonixation. Tho full explanation of such differences is not available, but tho following state ments give some inkling ns to the rea sons. Carburetor and intake design are one factor and operation is the other. An engine hus to be decarbon ized when it loses power and knocks on account of dirty cylinders and high compression engines usually have to be cleaned at the nhortcst intervals, because they are almost on the “rag ged edge” of knocking even when free of carlton and but very slight deposits arc required to make them hammer very badly. There is now a pretty gen eral agreement that while lubricating oil is a factor in carbonization, the main cause of it is tho fuel. Invola tile gasoline, that goes into the cylin ders In ••gobs' 1 and “fires” into solid matter on the piston heads and other hot surfaces of the combustion space, is now chiefly blamed for tho deposits. Tho fuel ought to go in as a vapor or at least as a fine mist, but it doesn’t and in so far as it fails to do so. thru incomplete- atomization at the carbure tor. lack of heat applied to tho Intake passages or faulty manifolding, car bon formation seems to be more rapid. Thoro spraying of the fuel, exhaust Jacketing or "hot spots” and the av oidance of long and complicated mani fold passages, seem to retard carboni zation by eliminating tho presence of masses of liquid fuel that are eapablp of distilling and leaving solid residue. Excess oil in the combustion space. If it is of such a quality as readily to break down under heat. Is undoubtedly ' a source of carbon and even oil in its I normal condition may collect and hold the dry carbon produced by tho Incom plete combustion of over-rich mixtures, so that the presence of oil above the pistons is certainly to be avoided. STEERING GEAR BECOMES LOCKED J. J. S. asks: What is it that some times causes the front wheels of a Ford ear to lock in tho fully turned position and how can this tendency be eliminated? I sometimes find it quite difficult to straighten the wheels after going nrnund a sharp curve. Answi r: This Is usually caused by dijnrrangements which* permit the steering-connection rod to bo moved so that It comes into the same straight line with the steering arm on the right wheel. When this happens, the rod and the arm, simply push against one another instead of tho former turning the lattor. and tho gear locks. Break age of tho pin. which positions the front spring with relation to tho ear frame, may allow the whole front axle t*> slide over to the right side and. if tills happens, the steering connection | rod w 111 “line up” with the steering I nrm of the front wheel, as abov'e d**- | scrlbod. Also. If tho ste«-rlng-connec | ti«m rod heroines badly bent, thus re ducing its effective length, the* same result will Is* produced. You better make aure that your front !*pring has not shift** relatively to tho frame and jjjgjfiajHlft b Backache Making You Miserable? i HI j put up with that naggingjjackachc? You m tired, all-worn-out feeling. You want to be weli mmm and the best way to get well is to find the cause of WHHMKfSiII? C" trSfUp your trouble an<J correct it. Have you given any thought to your kidneys? Very likely a cold, chill i g v?' or strain has slowed up your kidneys and that’s ' my jcUm a why you have those racking backaches, stabbing pains, and that weak, depressed feeling. You may have headaches, too, with dizziness and annoying bladder irregularities. But don’t worry ! Just take things easier for a while, and help your weakened kidneys with Doan * Kidney Pills. Assist the medicine, too, by drinking water freely, eating lightly and getting plenty of rest, fresh air and exercise. Doan’s have helped thousands and should help you. Ask your neighbor ! Read How These Pueblo Folks Found Relief: D Mr*. Ida Hammer. 11fi E. Ninth St., Harry Brown, switchman, 48 block V. Mrs. Robert Robert*. 1438 East Fourth -av.«: "Mv linrk «», Inme and 1.010. and «*>'"= "« " lralncd n,y '" ,rk d0i,,8 ,M “‘ vy 8 '" .Ti., olod .lalTwcnt * iir lifting at the steel plant anti began to "hen I *toopr»| .1 twit luiik P H,n went it nearly killed me when | washed. I H „ ffcr from k i«lnoy trouble. My back thru my side*. I learned of Dotin’* Kld -301 *0 In ill R and sore I could hardly j;et pained *o badly I couldn’t do any stoop- ney I’llia and bought them at the Horn ip and down, and fell continually tired. lug at all. When 1 did, I would get catch- Drug Co. 1 whs noon rid of the pain* , . . , , , .k In my kidney* and could hardly in the small of my back and the lant»- l had awl ul diz/.y spells and bearin'lies, mrnlgliten up. My kidneys aeted frequent- ness left. I kept Doan* on hand and 00. | heard about I loan’s Kidney Eills ly, hroaking my rest at night and the should 1 ever have any return of the . , .• * c Hecrctlon* were scant and highly colored. trouble, l will certainly urn Mvcni. md a couple ot boxes from belts Bio*. , W4W , )onn „ KMnPV pill* ndverllned in OVER TWO YEARS LATER, Mr. |»rtiir , e tore cured me of the .uttnek. Tho the paper and got n box at the Hausman Robert*, said: '* , , hn ' rnM " , nn^ lung Co. I noon felt better and several occasion to n*o a kidney medicine since pain let I my back ami head and the boxes cured me. The pain left my l»ark endorsing DOttn’s. I consider myself d Iter trouble* disappeared ’’ and my kidney* acted regularly." cured.” Doan's Kidney Pills Every druggist has Doan’s, 60c a box. Foster - Milbum Co., Manufacturing Chemists, Buffalo, N. Y. that there ia no bend in the connec tion rod. GASOLINE QUALITY STANDARD K. T. asks: Is there any- stand ard for quality of gasoline, a til If so, what are the chief impurities and tho allowable percentage of each of them? Is it possible to procure disinterested reports of analyses of the various brands sold? Aro there reliable reports as to the action of impurities upon tho power of engines and upon engine parts? • Answer: There is no generally ac cepted standard of gasoline quality. Quality in gasoline is not a question of impurities, as such are not present In practically serious quantities, but is a question of tho volatility of the var ious hydrocarbon liquids which make up the fuel. The tendency is to call a gasoiino "high grade” when it will nearly all evaporate at a comparative ly low. temperature and to call it “low The FANNING BEE hive By NORMAN E. BROWN GREB vs. GIBBONS. After hurling wngonloads of defies n*. each oilier these two birds, Harry Orel) and Tommy Gibbons, are matched to meet March 13 in New York. Bring ’em on. it will be Harry Grcb’s great op portunity. lie is in a peculiar position. He is too heavy for the middleweight claaj* as it stands now. The middles don’t hanker for hi* stuff. And the light heavies know him to boa tough maul/r and ran «oc no advantage In risking whatever prestige they have In a bout with hltn. Ho haa demon strated that he can topple the big boys—which doesn’t help him get bat tles. In other words, he's a second Joe Choynskl. Greb has been fighting nfne years. He was born in !*Ut*burg, Juno 7, 1994. According to tho record book Harry's only setback in his first year out—l9l3—was a knockout received from Joe Chip. Since that year Gref has tackled most of those who huve come and gone in his class. Ills list of victories and no-deeislon affairs In clude such men as Mike Gibbon*. Tom my Gibbons. Jeff Smith, George Chip. Buck t’rouse. Jack Dillon. Bat Lovln ck.v, Gus Christie. Willie Meehan. Au gf*- Hatner. Bob Moha. Mike O’Dowd. Mike McTlguc. Soldier Bartfleld, Gun bout Smith, Eddie McGoorty, Billy Misko and a bunch of other*. His initial bout with Tommy Gib bons occurred back in 1915 and was a ten-round no-deeislon # affair. ills twenty-round battle with Auglo Itat ner In 191$ at New Orleans was one of I hla best fight*. • FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922- grade" If there Is a largo remnant of unvaporized liquid after it has been subjected to a fairly high temperature. The Bureau of Mines, Wasniugtou, D. C.. has printed numerous excellent bulletins on gasoline, which can ho ob tained upon application, but tests of named brands of fuel aro seldom if ever made public. DIMMER DIMS TOO MUCH W. T. writes: When the headlights of my — car are switched on ' bright." they burn at full brilliancy, but when they are switched on ''dim” they almost go out. This has been the case only since I changed the candle power of the headlight bulbs. How can this trouble bo removed? Answer: In the lighting system used on your car, there is a. resistance coil cjit Into the headlight circuit, when the switch is thrown onto "dim" ana the drop of voltage produced by this reduces the voltage acting on the bulbs themselves and thus diminishes their candle power. The amount of current called for by the bulbs and the amount of the resistance in the dimming coil I Hart Schaffner & Marx Spring Suits $35.00 TAUB Brothers 310-312 North Main Street j ! g- " = — m K fws.s.'| Serve by ikjk? 1' Saving Purchase United States Government Wm S aving Stamps u . PAGE THREE determine the drop of voltage and con sequently the degree of dimming. Ap parently your dimming coil is now of too great resistance to meet the re quirements and same of it should ho rut out of circuit in order t. 6 brighten up the lamps. You will find this dim ming resistance on the. terminal board and you may bo able to short-circuit somo of it by wiring a few of the coils togothor, so as to give the lighting effect you desire. ATHLETES INELIGIBLE BECAUSE LOW GRADES ANN ARBOII, Mich.. Feb. IS— Fivo Michigan athletes havo Deen declared ineligible for future competition ow ing to low grades in last semester and othrs will be required to take ex aminations. the committee on eligibil ity announced tonight. Van Orden, Martin. Reason, Myers and Johnson havo been definitely placed bn the ineligible list. The first two were track star*.