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_CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES Be par Una each insartton Counting eix average word* to the Una. Oaah payment with order on or pro «tnUtion of bfli This rata if flat, regardless of the nna her of lines need or the number of repetitions of any ad. easterin rkflekentativhs JOHN M. BRANHAM A C<X. BRUNS WICK BLDG.. NEW YORK; CHEMI CAL BLDG.. ST. LOUIS. MALLEUS RLDO., CHICAGO. Tha Subscription Ralea to Th* Puablo Chieftain ara%a follows: ONE MC*’TTI. by carrier •• ONE YEAR, wjr oarrlsr “••• ONE MONTH, t wall • ONE YEAR, by mall fSJ SUNDAY ONLY. PER YEAR .... THE COI/SRADO CHIEFTAIN (WEEKLY) PER YEAR MEMBER AMERICAN PUBLISH ERS' ASSOCIATION. MJCMRWH AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCU LATION. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. _ The Associated Press *« axrioalTUiy sntltled to the use tor puDiicatlon or all news dispatches credited to It ot not otherwise credited to this papv and alao the local nows published here in All rights of republlcatlon of special dln-atcha* herein are also reeerred THE CHIEFTAIN has tha best quality of circulation for advertisers of any newspaper published In Colo rado If consistently supports the up building of the state with Just regard to every citizen, and It haa the confi dence snd approval of Colorado’s best citizens of every class and section. WANTED * sm AT lON *■ —FEMALE PLEATING~AND HEMSTITCHING Ail length* in accordion. side and bo* plcaMng. also buttons. Mall orders • rpscia.'ty. A G. Brlrf**. 61 Opera Bloch "l'-V WASHING bv dozen, rough dry and finished. Phone 2939-. I A WIDOW wishes :» position ns light house work. 11-67, Chieftain. AN I KI» IV i> n > experienced r! .ini'-crniald; ro»k1 reference*. Phone 2725-J. WANTED- Sewing, prices reason able. P. 1019-W or N I 2206V4 N- Main. QUALITY STITCH SHOP HARRIET O’ROKK Buttonhole*. Hemstitching. Flsatlng, Huttons. Scalloping. Braiding. Bead ■ic Fimbroiderv Mall Order Work Special 215-217 Thatcbcr B. P- 7tB - ED—SITUATION —MALE 1 ROOF REPAIRING \N V KIND of roof repaired, paint ed nr tarred F. Bhcr rocks. Phone ;«o-J _ WANTEI* —By first class Japan*'** , ook. -v position in lintel, restaurant or private family. Call at 311V* So. In Inn A e Frank Komoda. i do fir -1 class plastering, brick! •rtj ; I nw. | i.. vN fertiliser. sand and gravel. . team work, phone 9*6 TV V.AU’lll and cl -ka repaired by expert. \ 1 references, work called for and returned Ph. 2425-R for re duce I prices All work guaranteed WANTED —111 1.l‘ —t KMAI.r. « w\S rl:ri rTini i ambitioi s WOMKN from to ", IntrtTHtod tn making SHX» n month. to care for 3 open j •;: \ i residence. Bplrclls .... Call Mrs knns H Mulfnrd. State Organiser, t'ongresa h« tel Tfter 3 o’clock. j man t• * tnke charge nf Battery, hi.; ••mpletcly equipped, well es . ~, ■ ~ ,j business Small Investment requir-d. Pueblo Motor Sales Co.. 915 N Main MAN tn take •hare*' < f vul uniting and 11 reptir deportment. Fair '-’l-| um<- of husnr* guaranteed. 1100 will, handle Apply Pueblo Motor Salta Co SI N Main. WANTED —HELP —MALE 5 HAVE YOU tried ene of our cream I waff • s Ia t \ ' Empire Hating House w. W. Harris. Prop. ; "IT PERMANENT POSITION Is oP*» | to tw ambitious honest men who wish to better their po-ltlon in life, with S; i apl-1-growing company. You Will; b» qui klv promoted to an executive, poet*ion if you make rood. Apply at nr • a- « -ntral niock. Pueblo. Colo. ROYr ran make gevd mnnoy selling Th9 C i -ftaln on s'.reeta every morn- Inc Start at one j Call at Chieftain office for elthe. Mr. Fuller or Mr ' FLUFFY dot Cik- Delicious cof- : fee 1.. Open a!' right Tho New Ro'kav ay Cafe. 310 North Santa Kc. FOR satisfactory riranlng and P . wdng try Bessemer Cleaners. Phone 1P53-W. i to M\ K k $lOO monthly mailing cir- j , • . mplete Instructions, 80c. Var- ■ c i Supply Company, 1.21 Oliver St.. I t inrlnnatl, Ohio. 1 ini Nil men over 17. desiring gov ornmnnt positions. 1130 monthly. Write for free list of portions now open, .f | la-nnArd, f former Civil Service ex-, nminer>. l°ls Equitable Bldg. Wash ington, D. C. FOR RE.VT 11 BOARD AND ROOMS FOR RENT Room with board; reasonable. Bradford. WANTED 4 or 7* tnorn boarders and r<><>n»ers at 17 per week. Steam heat, outside rooms. 516 W". Fourth St. WANTED—Five respectable colored ; working men to eat two meal* dally. . Inquire H' JS2N W. Eighteenth Ht WANTED to board and eare for j sumo «'ne convalescing; will giv# plea-- | ant front room, modern home; phone 2 £ -I Chieftain want ad*. bring rnulti Phone 1955. i WANTED —AGENTS • AND SALESMEN HAVE opening for hustler, 25 to 33; one not ufruid of work, to advance i himself. Must bo married and able to furnish bond; established house to house trade. Salary and commission. Address Y-3, Chieftain. SALESMAN WANTED Thoroly reliable man to act a* our representativo at Pueblo. The capital, experience' and reputation of tho largest real estate organiza tion In the world established in J9OO will bo behind you and your suc cess is assured. Wo advert iso In papers with combined circulation of over 50,000,000, receive thous ands of inquiries from property buyers dally, have sold more than 30,000 Improved furms and our business is capable of paying $3.- 000 to $7,500 yearly. If you have been successful in other ventures am! enjoy tho confidence and re spect of your townsmen, write stating all qualifications In first let ter. E. A. STROUT FARM AG’CY. Ino. M3l New fork Life Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. LIVE, energetic salesmen wanted that can produco results. No house to •house. An opportunity to mako real money. 106 Central Block. WANTED • UNFURNISHED HOUSES WANTED—S-room house In good condition and In good location, with garage, reasonable rent. Phone I*o. WANTED TO RENT—S room mod ern house with garage, also yard for garden, between March l*t and 10th. Address 11-36. Chieftain. FOR RENT 13 FURNISHED ROOMS FOK KENT Nicely furniehed room for gentleman only. Mrs. W. H. Hunter. 303 West Tenth street. . .oDEKN furniahed room in private home. CO9 Broadway. 1212 NJ. L i-. ■ ... - —■ MODERN sleeping rooms, reason able. 1201 Greenwood. Phone 2428-R. FOR KENT Furnished room; pri vate bath, rates low.' 125 W. 12th. FRONT bed room, modern with or without board. Phone 2466-J. FOR KENT—Two furnished rooms. 815 East Fifth. FOR RENT It UNFURNI SR ED ROOMS FOUR very reasonable rooms. Set range and heater. Hot and cold water, 818.00. 24 Block g 1'1V!•; rooms. Hooping porch, un furnished apartment; hot water and ; h*-at furnished, located at 217 West Eleventh. Newton Lumber Co., Phone 1 R*. FOR RENT 84 FURNISHED MOUSES THREE-ROOM furnished house three blocks west of Mesa Junction. Apply No. 11. Rlk L. FOR RENT It UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOUR-ROOM house and garago at 2 4*2 Main Ft Phone 2937-M FoU RENT Nb’K 7-room house; block from post office ; also cosy 5-room brick on Mesa 125 W. 13th. FOR RENT .'.no \v. sth St . 6-rni. mod. unf. . f»5.00 416 W. 11th. 3-rm part. fur. with ■ •• * • $25.00 416 W llth, 1-rm. and kitchenette furnished, with heat |?n.oo 422 W llth. 3-rtn unf. sleeping porch rmg.-. <•!! i-t floor • (0,04 inther furn. ntcnin hosted apartments. Insurance of all kinds 1 REAL-ESTATE BONDS LOANS THE GLOBE 224 Thatcher Bldg Phone 4W S-ROOM steam heated glassed-in sleeping porch, garage. 216 4 B. Brd FIVE ROOM hour*', modern except furnace, 617 Greenwood Inquire next door or of Mi Greenwood. Atuburnt hotel. UOR RENT—FURVHED AITS. •T -FOR RENT-324 Fountain. 3-room! apartment $l5. Wilburns A- Go.. 327* • ’entral Hlk FOR RENT—B-room apt . steam heat ' and light*. 712 S. Union. The Mnlestl*'. DOWNSTAIRS FURNISHED APT FOUR LARGE ROOMS, MODERN EXCEPT FURN AUK. PIANO. PHONE. BATH GAS AND GARAGE. 24-> FIFTH AVI. PHONE 1936 J. T 55 O or three-room apartment wHR 1 heat, for adults. 525 W. Rfh. FURNISHED apartments for rent Reasonable. 202 Bradford. A 1-room furnished ria*. private an- I trance; on Mesa. Everybody a Office. 201 Central block. STRICTLY modern apartment, new ly decorated. h«*nt, piano, close In. 1117 Greenwood. FOU KENT— Modern furnished apartment. W. J. Cowhlck, ISO Central Block. Phone 742-J. TV P E\V R ITERS 117 FOB PAT.F \t r% bargain, a Multi plex Hammond typewriter. 1-ateat model In excellent running order Just tho mmchtno foi toachoro, clorgynxon or off 1c worl r i • $126 00. win s*> i i | for $76.00 cash, call •• * 4 for informa tion or demonstration. fBMOHAI oi PHOTOS of beautiful ladles with de aciiptions wishing correspondence mailed free. Southern Club, Bog 878 I South Jacksonville, Fla. THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN FOR SALK 21 IMPROVED CITY HEAL KSTAT& ONE BLOCK EAST OF THE CONGRESS HOTEL On Eighth straet, on corner, is an inveatm.nt bargain, (tor* building, open for a few days only. One story brick, with lot, rents for $55.30 per month. Fig ure out what this place will he worth when the beautiful new viaduct is fin ished. Can buy it now for Seventeen Hundred Dollars. Seven hundred down, balance $15.00 per month. AJAX REALTY CO. 601 SANTA FE AVENUE PHONE 526 SIX-ACRE TRACT 6 acres 2 miles out; good 4-rrn. ot tage, barn, garage, large chix and brooder house, 100 upple trees, fall bearing; finest of truck and celery I land, full water right; a homey place I below value, $3,800; $6OO cash, balance 1 $lB month. BRILEY & DORSETT Central Block. TWO block lots joining Mitchell park on cost side; $650 and $750, terms: 12 acres adjoining city limits, $750, tflfiTiH; 2 lots on Berkeley Ave.. $250: 1 lot on Elm street, $250; 18 lots south Minncqun hike; 3-room house, j barn, 4 cows, hen house, fence, well and cistern. $1,250. 1\ T. Dotson. 119 W. Fifth street. BARGAINS—S-lt. mod. $1,650; North Side. 6-It. mod.. 2 lots, garage, 2100 block Greenwood; will take Ford <> r Rulck car for part payment. 6-R -strictly mod., brick, 900 block South P lion at a snap W. F. CAMBRON Phono 815-W. 509 Santa Fe 13-ROOM house, modern except heat. $l,BOO, terms. Will take stock. Seo owner, 619 East First St. , ON THE MESA Two blocks from the Junction;; 4-rm. cottage and sleeping porch; garage, shade and lawn, fino lot. Was $2,000. now $1,60n, for a few days only. Terms to vult. Leaving Pueblo going to sell It this week. BRILEY & DORSETT Central Block. FOR RUNT—FURN. ROOMS •• FOR LIGHT HOCSFJUCEPINO ONE or TWO furnished rooms; lights and bath. 109 West Abrlendo. FURNISHED room, $l4 month; steam heat and lights. 223 E. 7th. MODERN furnished or unfurnished rooms at 1412 Routt. FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping $2.50 week. 316 Summit St-. I cor. 4th. TWO light housekeeping rooms, ground floor, front; 819 Court. I LIGHT housekeeping rooms for pent. 6184 N. Main St. ) 2 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. ! ground floor. 411 W. 8. ' 1101-SEKKEriNO rooms »t ;:'5 K. ( Fourth St. Phone 1369. 8 ROOMS furnished or unfurnished. Have heat, hot water, glassed-in . sleeping porch. 216 East Third. TWO horsekeeplng rooms; call after 12:00; 216 W. 6th St. FOR RENT 18 MISCELLANEOUS NICE Plano, A-l condition, for rent. Cal. 2572-W. FOR KENT—One brick garage; 414 W. 10th. for mi as UNIMP. CITY REAL ESTATE BEGIN YOUR HOME I By selecting lot* In h good location and buying on our enxy payment plan: $5.00 Down and $5.00 a Month Real desirable lots as low as S.V) each. No part of the <Hy In growing ns fast as tho East i Blde Start a $5 u month savings ac count todaj; next year you will be a home owner. Try It. THE BRAYTON AGENCY 407 Thatcher Rlk. PM*ono 751 \V ANTED CITY REAL ESTATE 40 XX K XX AS I MORE HOI >k-H TO MKU THOMAS J. DOWN BN, 989 Thatcher Block. FOR B\ii. 94 POULTRY AND PICT ITTOCK FOR SALK 110-esg .\-lUy incuba tor. >lO, 1524 W 18»h. S. C. R. I. Red Cockerels; same i blood ns niy first prize winners at 1921 State Fair. F S. Wallace. 1222 lv 10th. .ORDER Pratts Baby Chick Feed or Blarhfords Buttermilk Mash from phono 96 S. t*. nnd R. tR. T Red cock''rela, $3 and $3 Morton Bros. Fairmont Park HATCHING egg*» from largo typo. Ferris strain S ('. \V. Leghorn, fl per 17* t’onio nnd son them Safe delivery guaratttood. Mrs. C. L Sellers. Beulah Motor Route A. FOR SALE—R. T R -ettinc eggs 525 RHmont. Phone 3155 J. UOR SALE—HORSES 2* "on SALE CHEAT Four good young horse* weight loon lbs ; would take In good 2 I wagon or xprlng wagon. Rail 1227 Routt Ave FOR MALE—LIVESTOCK 49 VALLEY P A P. CO. 6*4 w 6th | Phone 601. Beef, hogs veal bought t>rc«*o(] beef. hogs, veal sold FOR SAMT—AUTOMOBILES, 29 TIRES AND ACCESSORIES FORD Roupe Demountable tlms. fOnrtei. five gnoi tires, mechanical condition excellent, $4"O. PHONE 361. 33x5 AJAX Cord, brand new; mutt sacrifice; Bargain. Call 416 North Santa Fe. FOR SALE OR TRADE \ I'lell" Commercial truck; will trade for * Ford- 414 W. 10th. • *NE Ford roadster for sale, go** I h-1 • Call 1048 W ■ FOR SAI.E 1< IJIPnoVKD CITY HEAL ESTATE FOR SAMS—AUTOMOBILES, 3S j TIRES AND ACCESSORIES I JOHNSON Auto Top Shop located at 712 Court. Phone 3468-N.W. , .GOOD used tires, $3 up; all sizes. 104 East C street. J FOR SALE—Two brand new 32x4 Kelly Springfield fabric tires, still in wrapping; cheap. Seo Amick, Chief- , tain office. J Wo linvo Hie best lino of 1920 and 1921 Touring cars in stock, wo have over bad before for tho money. 1 1918 Coupe, snap for quick sale. I 1817 Roadster. 1 1921 Ton Trnck. 1 1920 Light Truck. 1 1921 Seduu. Used Parts. Used Tractors Ford Exchange Phono 681. 191 Centrul Main. g ' LET US sell your used car for yuu. Used Car Clearing House department Pueblo Motor Sales Co., 817 North Main street. Phone 792. FOR SALE—Saxon Six; good con dition; good tires. 1219 Orman Ave. FOR SALK OR TRADE—Ono Ford truck; will trade for Ford touring or roadster. 602 Lake Avenue. WANTED—AUTOMOBILES 48 WE will btiy your old auto for cash. We stand behind our offers. Big 4 Auto Wrecking house, 110 N. Santa Fe. Phone 497. WANTED —1920 or 21 Ford roadster with starter. Will pay cash for bar gain. Phono 1740-W. | WANTED It, HOUSEHOLD GOODS C. B. MASON at lIS W. Northern wants to buy household goods; 5437-J. WANTED—Second hand beaters and cook atovee. Will alao buy your fur niture. Big Four Furniture Ho'ia* | Phone 23H-W. 103 8. Union Ava j WANTED to buy household goods. Phono 1129-W. Thomas, 226 S. Union. | WANTED TO BUY—Good 1 ton Ford ] truck; apply S3l E. 4th. | NINE good tnllk cows, dairy stock, ono heifer, one male; Beecher Meadow Gardens, out East Fourth street. WANTED—Second-hand furniture. 722 East Fourth. Phone 1313-J. FOR BAIiBC 80 HOUSEHOLD GOODS WE CALL at your home and ex amine your eexrlng machine free of charge. Rent and repair all makaa Phone 1648. i FOR SALE—Penlnaular coal range and other household goods. 1909 Cedar. Phone 857-NW. WANTED—MIstYLLANEOUS 81 WANTED— 6 or 8-lnrh Centrifugal pntnp. W. L. F.kstrom. Phone 2419-NW. WE spcclullzo 1:; galvanized chim ney top* nnd stacks, rotfflng. gutter and furnace work; estimates cheerfully given. B. A. Grant, 505 W. Northern. 3565-W. FERTILIZER for salo at 1622 Jack son: phono 1545-W. FURNITURE RE-FINISHING Having Recently Enlarged and Re equipped our Finishing Department' we are prepared to do exceedingly High Grade Rcfini*him;. Promptly— PRYOR’S FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS 32 ONTO dozen flo»*r cases and show cases, registered, neat block. safe. Home Comfort range, pipe fittings. ! stocks, dies, anvils, vise <. tackle bike.. Iron wheelbarrows. lawn mower. Howe platform scales, etr truck load. Prices right. J. C Daly. Independence. < Colorado. FOR KALE cheap. Almost new 3 disc plow. Inquire of Morrissey, Car riage Co. GARDENS plowed in any part nf city. We handle all kinds of kindling wood or hauling; two horso load of plnon wood. $h de||\cr«d In any part i of city. Call 2613-W. ■■ » i TWO electric lighted show • aar*. ' horseshoe shape. Inquire at Wool- « worths Store. A SET of secondhand automobile | tires. 34x4. cheap, with tubes. ... , Broadway | iOP. SALE-TWO LARGE SAFES: 1 12 FT. WALL CASE. '■'NE 10- FT. WALL CASE. 1 5-FT. WALL CASE. COUNTERS AND FLOOR OASES CHEAP IF TAKEN AT ONCE. J A. BLAIR, 108 WEST FOURTH STREET. FOR HALE—One heavy work liar ness, one 3-Inch w*g«*n. ion fence post-*; all kinds of flood lumber; must sell this week. 615 Rl\er PKIiRY COAL A TRAVBFF.fi F" dally to Florence after coal, big truck load $R.75 per ton. .Single ton $9 25.1 Special prices for all business houses. Ilnullnr to Florence at prices • «nn«*t be duplicated elsewhere. Of flee 237 Vietorla. Phone 3498 W. BUY your tack coal and kind Mag from the Hlg Four Coal Co Thone 417. THIRD culling alfalfa, per bale Me; per ton $l2; phona 366; 218 W. 2nd at " LUMHF.R AND coa*. AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES PCBDLO BUILDERS L. A 9. CO PHONE 1237. CORNER C A S. MAIN. FIRE INSURANCE at the AJAX. Lowest rates. Chieftain want adi. bring reiof.c Clyne Theater Tonight Lionel Barrymore will bo scon at tho Clyno theater this evening In a powerful drama, “The Devil's Garden." Mr. Barrymore has the part of William Dale, who elevates himself from the 'Status of a humble gardener to post master and a power in the community as a means of making himself worthy of the lovo of Mavis, a servant In the (household of Lord Barradine. They are married, but Dale’s impetuous nature results in his suspension as postmaster. ■Ho Js reinstated, but his happiness ends when be learns how Mavis has 'sacrificed herself to Barradine In or der to have her husband’s position re stored. In a blind fury ho goes to j tlie estate of Lord Barradine, chokes him to death and returns to London to (establish an alibi. I Dale and Mavis effect a reconcillia tlon, but the dark cloud of the past make his lifom iserable. Norah, a 'beautiful gypsy, comes Into Dale’s as his greatest temptation. While ! fighting the battle out with himself, he sees his chance for salvation when ho beholds the nearby orphanage in flames, the lives of the children in peril. He rushes to the rescue and In his heroic act finds the answer to his great problem and a means of atone ment for his wrongs of the past. At the Clyne tonight. That Little "Man wants but little here below," You’ve oft heard someone swear it. The women only knew that it is so And that is why they wear it. —Wayaide Tale*. BUSINESS CHANCES S 4 FOR SALE—Doughnut shop and soft drink parlor at 208 Soutli Union. ~ 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 FOR SALE OR TRADE M I TO trade. New Chevrolet for first payment on 4 or G-room modern house, ( east side. Call 420 West Tenth. Apt. 8. FARMS HOMES RANCHES I TRADE nice 100-A. A. B. Ditch, fruit, alf. fine buildings, (.’LEAR for city imp. 10-A. imp. $BOO cash; easy, $3,000. 40-A. alf.. S. Fc Trail, your terms. 100-A. for head lettuce, farm equip ment. livestock, everything sacrificed. $4,000. • PERRY M. KEEN. 235 Central Block. |x FOR SALE OR TRADE—One two horse wagon, very reasonable. 417 W. Firm. , ■ ■■ ■-- - ; uw in | LOST between Avondale and Colo rado Springs. Brawn leather cushion for Morria chair. Finder notify Georg" Boyle. 633 Boulder St., Colorado , Springs. LOST—White Spit* puppy. Reward if returned to 229% S. Union. LOST —Brown leather hand omhoss ed pocket book, containing five bas ket ball tickets to the Central-Cen tennial game nnd some small change. Name "C». Withers" on inside of pocketbook. Finder plcnso return to • ’hleftaln office. MONEY TO LOAN 41 REAL ESTATE LOANS On Improved city and farm pro perty. Loans quickly closed. THOMAS J. DOWNEN. 122 THATCHER BLOCK. HAIR WORE FROM your combings. Mrs. Sim mons. 126% N. Santa Fe Phone 1091 -W. CARPET CLEANING H. A. Smith, air and stcum carpet cleaning and upholstering. 121 East Fifth. Phone 941-W. UPHOLSTERING T1 T>. L. Hewitt upholstering nnd re pairing. Cushion* made to order, l’hone 2739-J. BANKS ' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Deposits *10.000.000. PUEBLO SAVINGS AND TRUST CO CONTRACTORS AND Hl ILDKIU H. R. NEW HOUSE, carper ter and •ontractor and builder. 107 Santa fk WILL paint a new G-room bungalow for sllo and paper rooms f«»r $4 and up. Ncla Nelson, painting Contractor. I.F.GAL NOTICES NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' AN NUAL MEETING The regular annual meeting of thq Stockholder* of THE JUANITA CD.* L A COKE COMPANY will be hold *» f tho office of the Secretary. In the Thatcher Building, at Pueblo. Colorado on Wednesday, tho first day of March, * i • list, at 4 o’clock p. m foi 1 1 o purpose of electing a Board of Direct ors for the ensuing year, and to transact any other business that may properly comn before said meeting. A. R. BOOTH. Secretary. Notice to Contractors Proposals for •onstrurtton of thn Pork Creek Bridge located about 17 nt'.les southwest of Pueblo on the Beu lah road. Healed proposals will be received by the undersigned. Board of ''ounty Commissioners of Pueblo County, i olm t.i <. until 10 o'clock, a m. Mon day. February 20. 1922. and then opened, for the construction of the Hock Greek Brl Lg< Specifications gn\ern|ng th" work may he seen at the offlco of the Clerk of thn Board. Each bidder Is requested to subtn t his own plans and an alternative bid for a full rnneroto structure. Each proposal must be accompanied bv a certified check In the sum of $.'.00.00, payable to the «'ounty of Pue blo as evidence of pond faith. and flip successful bidder or bidders will he required to enter into a written con trset with the (’ounty of Pueblo to perform *n!d work 111 accordance with said - per |n • aliens and with thn stipu lations of his proposal The Board reserves thn right to re ject anv or all proposals. B»»ARl> OF COUNTY COMMISSION ERS. Pueblo ''ounty, Colorado. By w. j. Bees Chairman. First P 1 ' ■ Last Publication Feb. 19 1923 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922- “THE BIG SHOW” LOOKS FINE FROM THE REHEARSAL YESTERDAY Haw the rehearsal of "Tho Big Show" last night. I’ve paid two bucks many , . ;a time to sco a show not near so good. j There was little Ruth Oakley in her* Pony Dance. I Buddie, Gertie Hoffman never had a thing on that little lady, They call her "Tho Wonder Girl” — cause she rings just as .veil us elm dances, and she’s only just a strip of a kiddle at that. And boy, oh boy! ' 'harlie’s Jazz Orchestra Cyncopatos like a malley engine with a flat wheel, 1 wore my coat shiny swaying to their doggone melodies, and besides that. thcre'H a ten-piece orchestra in the „ • —and that slide trombone—Mm— man. uen one of tho neatest little acts on tho program is Walterstein and company in "Patter, Chatter ami Song." That boy Walterstein just sits LIFE'S DARN FUNNY viola DANA Im • Smh from LIFE'S DARN FUNNY Viola Dana, Gareth Hughes will he j seen on the Palm screen today nnd ' tomorrow In a comical drama, "Life's \ Dam Funny" from tho Saturday Eve- j THE VALLEY, THE STATE, THE WEST BESIEGED, YET KEEPS FAT | Sllvcrton, gem city of tho deep net 1 and Inaccessible Baker park, surround - <•■l by •* non of tlmbtrllno peaks, bag been snowed In during the grenter purl of the winter. Sensational reports ap peared in it Denver newspaper nil- g lug a serious lark of supplies and inak- , lug it appear that the town was ul most at tho point of Russian efturva tion. 1 Finally Durango got a telephone in quiry thru, nnd was Informed that Milverton not only has uhtindanco of staple groceries but even bus oranges and apples. [ It would look strange anyhow, after ! similar experiences thru forty winters, ! if Sllverton would ha\«- failed to .“lock up for 6-foot snows. Besides this, sun dry stalwart young fellows arc pro vided with 12-foot skis and could tr.iv« 1 out to civilisation, on a pinch. But really, that would bo an Ideal place for tho movie camera man He would find many lnt*-r<*dtng topics for his snapshots, such .»- mining op erations carried on deep out of sight; sidewalk* tunneled under vast hank* of snow; an oc aslonnl tremendous snowslldo if ho could ho a Johnny on tho spot. Cement creek In summer is ; a raging stream which a man can cross only by coonlng some long fat let* tree. In winter tho creek has en- | tlroly disappeared under a smooth fh-!d of mow in feet deep nnd the hunter on hi* ski* slides across as If It uum th< n INTELLECTUA L LOOGERIIEADH Colorado college at Colorado Springs Is In the thick of a serious crisis \p* parently tho entire student body Is «t «»ut* with the faculty nnd managing of- : filial*. Main points of difference do j not appear in print but the student* object to the methods and details of administration nnd demand rndic.il change. They have appointed a »*ud ent commission to represent them In negotiations and seem also to have the co-nj*crntlon of resident nhminl. The I local newspapers do not aupporl cither I side in the quarrel but pFad strenu ously for preservation of the main and vital Interests of the college as a pub lic Institution. FOR MISSOURIANS TO REF. Montrora* Press —Tho big carr.otltr ore specimen, which was shown at the farm conferen- ** has been prepared for shipment to Columbia university. It weighs created. 23.‘*0 pounds nnd the freight according to usual rates wili be $14*.77 nnd the smaller piece of high er grad" ore weighs 186 pounds. Agent McDonald Ift endeavoring to neetTre a reduced rate ns tho ore la not for com mercial purposes but for exhibition j In the mineral department of tho uni | varsity. The specimens are from the mines of the Standard Chemical com pany at Nalurila. \V KHT KUN CON’D I: N RATIO N H it. imudl Qar\ n, pg itor of thi First Presbyterian « hurch of Colorado Spring:*, bar* left for Philadelphia 1 j take part with 90 other pastor* fro- I all parts of the United States in n etl> wide evangelistic campaign, h'ginnh g In th»* pioehytrrlail church* •< rt t1».. , l I city this week. * PAGE NINE down to tho ivories and tolls you *ll about it in such a simple, convincing manner, that you can t get onough oL Uatenlnff to hlm . Hweet Daisy Walsh. Now there’s a girl after my own heart. Sho remind* mu of Alma Gluck. Flutter, Flutter little heart, you cause me much agi tution. Comes now ’ho Arabian Night*, Flutes and weird music and every tiling. Claudina Van Trease, Mary Itulh Moyer, and o. D. Faith put up a little package of Hindustan that c*«- rios you dear thru the Orient, But those smoky Minstrels. Lady, lady!—Aw what’s the use of mo tryln’ to tell you’ all ’bout it. I can't coin menco. One little teensy, weensy dol- Uir will give you more joy at "Tho Big show," than a can full of hop. - And it’s tonight, at tho City Audi torium. Inlng Tost story, Caretakers Within, by I Christine Jodo Slade. More than once in one’s life we have jsald Life's Darn Funny; see why wa I have, its might >• funny to look at. , Sheriff's foreclosure sale 'of proparty of tho Cotopuxl Mining company creatM deep disappolotment f* r many people. Tho company owned a largo mineral deposit up In >t beautiful wooded gulch I*'*.* than i mile from the station and i *n the past your hud built a largu and i first duns ore mill at cost of SM>,OOO. Why th" entarpriee did not prova a success hao not been given out. Four range cattle, having wan dared down the mountain side and on tha Colorado Midland mud, were killed In tunn**l No. 4. by tho passenger train from Cripple Crook. Winding about in tho dark tunml the engine etruck th*. caltlo about midv'ay thru tha bora. Perry Brothers at Galcit* are now operating the «’. F. A I. quarries and ■•’* getting * •*11 n Inrge amount of lime "hi* 11 l- being shipped to the Portland mill In the Cripple Creek district. The stab* Soldiers* Homo hospital ha* lately boon recruited by the addi tion of two capablo nurse*. Mrs Aahby j , f I’• 1 Norto, a reg l stored nurse of BOt Mid Mrs. Lo# of Mont* i Vista. Prof n b Drake, enpertntandent af I tho Canon City puhllo schools, who has been seriously 111 at th" Graves' h- pital for a couple of weeks, ts not making progrr** and ha* high fever. Petition a**ks for appointment of th* stnt«» hunk examiner. Rend, to bo re- Bowman tuk it Tei Crueea which w.i« dogad a tew days ago. Them aro l.pk) depositors. Isabel Hockenson. pretty dnughter *>f Mr-, form lloi kenson of Colorado Spring-, bed her rkull crushed when • intomobile turned over on thn Gol din road outside of Denver. Hhe was taker, to a lnv.pit.il but died in a faw minutes. I Manager -4 «•:* th* Myron Stratton home, Colorado Springs, have decided to build an Infirmary. The building "ill lm\r i rapacity of 33 beds and It will cost s7.">, rM ». I Dr. «*lntid" I! Blchmond prominent physician of Colorado Springs was run dow n by a Santa Fc pu >srnger train on Del Norto ftrent and seriously Injured and Id* car w re* ked. The doctor la in a hospital. , M 1 • • Johnson. 7 2 year* old, di«*d a the Denver county hospital from burns re.-. \..| while bho was lighting , her pipe. j I'larrm*" N Smith ha* been appoint ed postmaet.'r it Delta, Colorado. Smith icrms's If we'd heard ttio name j somcW horc. Temperature has been fifteen <te g;-* -i" geio »>i far i*uth a* Gal- IMP* SATURDAY and MONDAY The biggest Sole yet, 1 Oth Birthday I THE PUEBLO STORE CO.