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WOMAN SENTENCED TO STATE
PRISON FOR ROBBERIES HERE Mrs. Nydia Randolph. "6 years old, and said to be well connected In Colo rado Springs, was yesterday sentenced by District Judge S. D. Trimble to from 5 to 7 years In the Colorado state penitentiary. At the same Unto Lawrenco Bandy, alias Roy Randolph, alias Harry Hays, was given the same awyttence for the same offenso against the law which was robbery. Mrs. Randolph, who Is quite pretty and well dressed, told the court she was born in 1R95 she admitted that she left her husband In Colorado Springs and ran away with Randy who claims to he i>i#t 19 years old. The . rimes for which they wer 0 sen tenced were committed on the 14th and l.*.th evenings of mnt December In this city. The charge was robbery with a gun, which under the statute carries a mini mum sentence of in years. Two well known local men were the victims of the pair, the woman acting as the de coy and the man as the holdup. Both robberies netted considerable cash and some watches, the latter being recov ered by the officers, largely thru the work of Chief of Detectives J. Arthur Grady, following arrest at Colorado Springs. Their plea of guilty to robbery, which was accepted by tho district attorney, reduced the minimum pen alty to r> years; and this was the aetr* tei . o In each of tho cases, tho sen tences to run concurrently. There is no crime record against Randy hoforo this affair, except he was a ■ tei from the army. Attorney Durall asked tho court for a reformatory sentence for the pair, stating that it was their first offense, and that the woman belonged to good LOCAL WEATHER REPORT H r 21 hours ended at 6 p. m. Feb. 16. 11*22. Teniprature 6a. m. 12 m 6 p m. Dry bulb 24 68 57 Wet bulb 20 41 41 Rid hum 18 23 1 Mr of w ind N W Vei of wind 2 H •State of weather. .Cloudy Clear Normal temperature for this date 32 degree- Mean temperature for today 41 de grees. | Variation In temperature in 24 hours j 18 degrees warmer. Highest temperature 63 degrees at' 2 4 . p. m. Highest temperaturo recorded this months. 33 years 74 degrees. l>iwest temperature 20 degrees at 4:10 h. rn. 1.0 west temperature recorded this month, 33 years 27 decrees. Highest wind velocity 23 miles N. W at 12:60 p m. Total rainfall and united snowfall since first of year 0.3 D Inch. Normal precipitation .69. Time of sunrise 6:47 a. m. Tine of K p m H R. DICK. Weather Bureau. Forecast till 6 p ni Friday. For Pm-bln and vicinity (radius 20 miles) Fair tonight and Friday: warmer tonight. For ('olorado: • 'loudy east, snow , west portion tonight or Friday: warm-j er -outheu.st and extreme cast portions, tonight. W K ATI! F. R ( ’ON I > ITI ON S Tho atmosphere pressure changes | hav.> been rapid during the last 24 hours, the area of high pressure covers' the middle portion of the country ex-; tending from Canada to tho gulf, under j its influence colder weather is oxpet len. ed thruout th.- lake regions and central val!*-\s with snow in T©nn**s-, s.» the middle Atlantic and New Kng-j lanfl states. A marked decrease in pressure occurred in the western P"r-[ Hon of the country ami generally l northern and central Rocky mountain' plat* .i i regions ind north Pacific 1 state- \ storm of considerable energy approaches fr.-m the north Pacific causing rain from central ('alifornia northward along th* Oregon and' Washington com! '-.i enow la the northern plateau region Generally cloudy and warmer weAther tonight, fab Friday Is indicated for Pueblo and "vicinity. H. R. DICK. Weather Conditions In Other Cities In the West Weather reports or eeveral cities la Colorado and adjottlnf states during the 24 hours ending 6 o'clock Tester day morning, compiled from statistic* furnished by the weather bureau oU 'lce. Pueblo: s* rp :#« e » •as« s i i s* |l : I h ; s *■ I ;a r P f D er .. ... Durango 28 22 4 2 Gd Junction ..30 42 Pueblo 24 20 49 Ball Lake . . 26 : S 3 Santa Fo .. •) 28 41 Is That Cold and Cough Hanging On? YOU will 1)C convinced that Dr. King’s New Discovery does just what it is meant to do—soothes cough - raw throats, congestion-tormented r bests, loosens the phlegm pack sad breaks the obstinate cold and jerippo attack, relic vie the congestion in the head. No harmful drugs, therefore good for children a<* well aa grownups. Right away you will notice the change for tne better. Has a con ■lndng, healing ta*te that you will appreciate. Buy a bottle at any drug gist.* on the way home topflight, 60c. Dr. King’s New Discovery Imy People, Lazy Bowels, bon t ■eglect constipation. It undermines the health, talers all vim out ai you. Dr. King’s Pills will invigorate the system, stir up the liver, move the bowels. All druggists, 25c. TT-V PROMPT! WONT ORTPIt Dr. Kinffs Pills (’olorado Springs society, but the court quoted the law, and gave them 5 years each. This Is th© first woman sent to the stato p*Miltontiary from this county for a considerable number of year*. PAPER HANDERS IN CITY COURT ROOM Judge Croesman did not have a single caso come beforo him yesterday morning In police court. The two speeders ordered into court, gaVo the police court jurist a quiet day by forfeiting their bonds for appearance Court room activities were of a dif ferent nature, In which the carpenter, paper hanger, linemen and several laborers wore busy getting the new court room on the first floor ready for occupancy. The court room on the second floor has been abandoned and police cases will be tried in the room used beforo tho Hood. Carpenters were busy putting in tho heavy wood and brass railings, finish ing up on tho flooring and fastening the 2t> seats In the court room, while the paper hangers wero finishing up In both tho court room and the new desk sergeant’s office in the next room. Linemen were connecting up tho Gamewoll alarm system and laborers were busy.ln several of the offices that will bo changed for occpancy. In tho office changes. Chief of Po lice Johnson will occupy the front of fice, formerly used by tho desk ser gant, as his privato office. Chief of Detectives Grady will use the office on the second floor formerly used by the chief of police. Herman’s Dollar Day Big Selling Success Yestorday was ’Dollar Day” at Her man’s on Northern avenue, and from ! the opening of. doors in the morning till closing at night tho big wtore was crowded to capacity by wise ones bent j on taking advantage of tho marvelous | bargains offered. Tho force of clerks 'in ©very department—up stairs and down, had little chance to rest and less time for luncheon. ’This crush re minds me of the way your stor** was ewuinpod Immediately after the flood.” remarked ono customer to Mr. Her man, as he stood at tho foot of the stairway and gazed over the crowded aisles. ’Sure thing.” replied A. Alfred, with on* 1 of his benevolent smiles. "We are offering better bargains in every thing that wise and posted buyers know.” Obviously It was a record breaking day on sales at Herman's. Though Lost To Sight— T see (he ladies are beginning to wear longer skirts.” "Oh. well. I have a good memory!” —Wayside TnTe*. HEALTH THE SECRET OF ATTRACTION Women of today d« pend a good deal 11 port the modern modiste and n knowl edge of the cosmetic art to make them attractive. Too often there exist* beneath It nil n suffering woman whore nervous laugh or forced smile «-ovrrs a pang of agony canard by some femi nine 111. To such a woman T.ydlu K. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound will bring heulth and a happy relief front her suffering, that will make her lar morn attractive than coatly gowns and cosmetics. For nearly fifty years American women have replied upon this root and herb medicine to rellovo thcii ail ments. MOTHER! CLEAN CHILD’S BOWELS WITH CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP then a sick child loves tho •’fruity’ taste of "California Fig Syrup. ' L* the little tongue in coated, or If your child Is listlciv. itoss, feverish, full ol cold, or has colic, give a teaspoonful to cleanse the liver and bowels. In a few hours you can see for yourself how thoroly It works all the constipation poison, sour blto and waste out of the bowels, nnd you havo a well, playful child ngaln. Millions of mothers keep "California Fig Syrup” handy. They know a t**.i spoonful today mves a sick child to morrow. Ask your druggist for genu ine "California Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies nnd children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother! You must my ”(’alifornia" or you may get an imitation fig syrup. DONT FORGET When you need a Tire, Tube, or ANYTHING for your Automobile We have it. U. S. Royal Cords and Goodyear TIRES AND TUBES We are prepared to take care of you. Wo want your bueiness and aak that you Giro us a Trial. The Garrett Motor Co. STUDEBAKER DISTRIBUTORS 7TH & COURT STS. PHOXE 249 THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN CENTRAL NOTES The contestants for the oratorical and essay contests have been announced. | Tho four boys who will toko part in tho contest for the Corwin medal arc Herbert Wells, Ekkehart Shafer, John Cambicr and John Adams. The essay ists aro Helen White, Edna Bentley. Eleanor Walter, Helen Schilling, Eliza beth McCluney and Bcsslo McDonald. Tho winner of the essay contost will recclvo tho Keating prize. Tho debate yesterday at the Ciec roncan meeting was. Resolved: "That tho proposed soldier bonus should bo paid." Tho affirmative, supported by Herbert Wells and Marion Johnson, re ceived the decision over the negative upheld by William Cambicr and Wil liam Lloyd. John Moore spoke anout automobile accidents and Roger Clark gave his initiation speech. Tho Olympic debate was, Resolved: "That tho American Legion Is Justi fied In demanding tho Bonus bill for os-soldiers.” The affirmative, upheld by John Harris and Walter Gass, won over tho negative supported by Louis Liscornb and William 'FTdson. Elston Tribble told about Senator Kenyon’s solution to coal problems. Albert Tip ple gave a speech entlcied, "Two years of prohibition." The Forum society enjoyed a debate on tho question, Resolved: "That the student body of Central should bo given freo admittance to any Central athletic contest.” The negative argued by Carl Broberg and Eugene Short defeated Walter Long and James Cam eron. Malden speeches were given by Lowell Compton and James Rigby. A firo drill was held yesterday for the first timo this year und was car ried out In good order. Dormitory Dance A dance was given by members of the Dormitory club of the Steel Works “Y” last night from 9 until 11:30 o'clock. A special program of enter tainment composed of tho following numbers was presented: Baritone Solo Richard F. Kennedy Violin selection Ruth Lyons Song and dance Nclda Johnson Character readings .Helen Drummond Oriental and Egyptian dances .... Claudina Van Trees The selections by Misses Lyons, Johnson. Drummond nnd Van Trees were given by courtesy of the Scott School of Music. Music for dancing was furnished by tho Roger Wheldon orchestra. Refreshments wore served during the evening. Admission to the dance was by In vitation only. 10th BIRTHDAY SALE Saturday and Monday THE PUEBLO STORE CO. WHOOPING COUGH No "cure” —but help, to re. dure porozym, of combing VICKS Vafoßub orer !7 Mttre Jm, Umi Vmi* m SS||g|| foa TMC HCongiis, Colds H CROUP. oouom. f§f§lg MOAMINM*. Hfl BRONCHITIS. SfSIW T*rf® HKMCOV hH contains no narcotic M4mrfKwm4 ky Merisis tfKStiMfe Bjflßpijiffi tfaaafMturlaf 881 P— Milan.Wx V, #. A. PERSONS AND EVENTS | THE WEST WIND Furiously and fiercely tho west wind blows! From whence It comes, or where it goos, Is a question which no ono but the scientist knows, It bends tho trees, in It’s hurried flight. And moans and groans, with all it's might, Tho wind, tho wild, wild, west wind! It sobs and sighs like a soul for lorn, It raises tho dust, and lowers the corn. Making the shivers creep up tho spin©, At the thought of some ono coming up behind To thrust In a knife, or elso to bind. The wind, tho wild, wild, west wind! It races in fury down the street, And gathers It’s forces in whirlwinds great. And tosses the . . destrian, to and fro, It’s mighty, mighty, power to show, As It furiously! fiercely! powerfully bio .vs! The wind, tho wild, wild, west wind! O’er hill and dale it madly toars. The monarks of the forest, it lays bare’. Death and destruction, seems it’s bent; Till of a sudden, it’s force is spent; 'Tis too late to repent of the things which are rent, O wind! wild, wild, west wind! CARRIE NEED. Mrs. J. D. King and Mrs. William Jehle havo planned a scries of small parties to enjoyed next week In tho homo of Mrs. Jclile. Mrs. Laurence Langdon will bo host ess at the regular meeting of tho Alpha <’hl Omega sorority tomorrow after noun when a buffet luncheon will be served at one o’clock. St. (Elizabeth’s Guild of Holy Trinity church will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock in tho Guild hall. The regular meeting of tho Pueblo Chapter. D. A. R. will he held tomor row afternoon in the Congress hotel I immediately after the annua! luncheon of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The Monday Musical club will give another of its enjoyable teas for the benefit of the Scholarship fund In the homo of Mrs. Jesse Rood. 507 West Fifteenth street, Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Carlile enter tained informally at dinner in tho Mln nequa Country club Wednesday eve ning. Pink sweet peas crowned tho tabic and covers were laid for seven. The annual patriotic sermon for the Daughters of the American Rcvolu-1 tion will bo preached by tho Rev. Wil —Friday and Saturday partly cloudy east; unsettled west; possibly occasional light rain or snow; slightly cooler Saturday ,f—EXTRA— j| _ WOMEN’S New Hats WOMEN’S GOWNS PFTTICOVrS MHrw * the mew hats toe Zsc „ nn jBBF jT 7™ X™ SEABOH —Pink and white. some I Lipstick red, maple, slightly soiled, some not —Embroidery and lacc / leghorn, citron com- perfect. trimmed. r M b,ned a " d -No phone orders. orange blended with .. . , -A line of $2.00 samples. / olher high shades are hnuted number to a —No phone orders. J | js-jlv the colors which van* \ jj N auish winter —Downstairs Store. —A limited number to be _ And miUnf \ air oir„ finish, and lirero sold. tho materials which announce tho new season. —Wool applique and Bulgarian embroidery are fa- w— -m w mM A vored. A new treatment of ostrich irivea it n dull ’EXTRA"" "* suede finish. Drape effects are to tho fore. Short - * back Hats, wide sweeping lines and off the face mod , ■■ r* y cwsp a els am being shown. PINK BATISTE GOWNS ' JZjiV 1 I\ A Beautiful liala for a beautiful season. SQ C —Second floor. SILK STOCKINGS 79c yoke f» ■ ■' 1— - 11 1— r\ -Lace .?T i\ s,ock Of No Small Importance is the white batiste gowns ings in black and brown. . • j ... t • i first quality, all sizes. Choice of One S Corset ' mbr ° ,d ' —Second floor. — F ° r the fac , l , ,hal , lhc well-turned-out woman * —Colored Crepe Gowns. this Spring will not be obviously corseted adds -Main aisle ————— ... materially to the problems which must be taken into consideration when i-i v'vn a choosing this article of attire. ' LA IKA 1 —Strict conformity to the lines * '■ IT YT I D A - fashion may bo achieved by (L 1 I\ A the selection of a corset which fifj. •//**'> [f A FOOD SALE Will subtly eotlvey the uncor- V !/ /W-JiLl DfWC’ CUACC n as , . . * seted look, am! at the same LI I Ti [ yin DvllO JilULj, —on Crcws-Beggs third time nffortl the deft support I M P\i\ All •, , , floor, will be held by the anil Kmccfiil foundation so 'ftffnEji/ —All sizes in boys heavy women of five of Pueblo's pr well he Jlj Mf'w' Chrome blucher Shoes, churches. Saturday. clioscn from '# . ' —Made for hard wear. —Buy home-made pics. °" r Known""^^^^^' 11 ,ocs - Sfcen leather cakes, rolls, made by Puc- ‘' (if It) soles. bio's best cooks. Uossard Corsets - 4 _Y OU r b oy win receive -Tire proceeds go toward t LTin /\ ” —ce from these excep promoting good causes. pink or white coutil, batiste or , > \ tional Shoes. -n_- i n • brocade. Priced from 53.75 Inird Hoor. to $15.00. —Downstairs Store. liam I. Jones in the First Congre gational church Sunday morning at H o’clock. All Daughters aro requested to attend. Chapter AU, P. E. 0., will have their progressive dfnner at 6:30 o’clock this evening when the hostesses will oe Gertrude Prindle, Elizabeth Campbell, Daisy Moore, Laura Davis. There will be ;t brief business session and in itiation of B. I. L.'s will bq conducted at l» o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Scribner, cele brating ihelr twonty-fifth wedding an niversary, entertained at a family din ner in their homo last Sunday. Pink carnations adorned tho table around which gathered: Mr. and Mrs. V. <-*- Haven, Miss Martha Scribner, Spencer Scribner, Bert Sdribner, Hilda and Rutli Haven, tho hostess and host. Mrs. J. C. Brooking wil! lcavo next Monday for Now -York City, planning to go to Bryn Mawr, Pa., where she will visit with her daughter. Miss Julia Brooking, who is a student at Miss Baldwin's school. Mrs. E. W. Zarn, of Colorado Springs who visited a few days with friends In Pueblo returned to her homo Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Blsscll left Wednesday for Chicago where they will reside permanently. Mr. and Mt«. Andrew McGovern spent tho early part of tho week in Denver, returning to their home Wed nesday night. Robert Work want to Chicago the first of the work nnd beforo returning to Puoblo, will visit In Now York. Washington, D. C. t and Philadelphia. 10th Birthday Sale, Pueblo Store—Saturday Monday. CENTENNIAL NOTES Tho Pnyx held their regular meet ing Wednesday and discussed import ant business matters. A committee was appointed to draft a new constitution; the members appointed were: Max Day. Charles Haines nnd Pascal Poe. Tho Hesperian hold their meeting at the homo of Catherine Proudfoot. Tho program was as follows: Ice Bergs Adeline Bess Bees Leota Landers Results of Self Pity Martha Ryan After the program delightful re freshments were served to tho mem bers. Tho Contemporary meeting was in the hands of tho new merfibers. fifteen in all. Tho new members staged a play FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922- In the uaditorium showlug the condi tion of the society at tho first of the school year and how tt nas progressed. The play was acted cleverly and well. Tho senate held a parliamentary drill contest between Hacker and Riley- Both boys were good in conducting their meeting but Riley won out. After a short business meeting the society was adjourned. Pascal Poo and Genevieve Farrel wero tho winners in the life insurance essay contest. Poe won the first prize of $7.50 and Miss Far: cl took the sec ond prize of $5.00. G. E. Diamond awarded tho prizes. Tho winners were competing against tho entire Senior class. JUMPS FROM TRAIN KANSAS CITY. Mo., Feb. 16.—Police today wero searching for D. W. Sallis The milk that 37,000 cows gave this morning This morning—and every morning—the milk of 37,000 cows goes to the Libby condenseries near-by. There more than half the moisture is removed from it by evaporation—making it double-rid), thick like cream. Nothing is added to it. Sealed in air-tight cans, Libby’s Milk keeps fresh and pure; is convenient, economical, and safe. Get a supply of Libby’s Milk with your next grocery order. Libby. M'N«Ul*Ubby, Chic*. M,LK J "Let your grocer be your milkman ** PAGE FIVE who escaped hero early this morning by jumping from a train while on the way front Denver, .Colo., to McAlister, Okla., to servo a sentence for burg lary. Sallis was In the custody of U. I’ollan, deputy sheriff of Pittsburg: county, Okla. Ho had both hands hand cuffed and chained. AS the train was leaving the Union station here, Sallis, according to Pollan, went into the lavatory and locked the door. The con ductor was calfed and the door opened. Sallis had escaped thru a window. BANK DOESN'T OPEN PORTLAND. Ore., Feb. I«.—Th« State Bank of Portland did not open today. C. B. Robertson, state bank ex aminer, has taken charge, according to C. P. Olson, president. No reason was given for the action. The bank lias deposits of $2,700,000.