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[—TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1922.
PAGE SIX ALLEY PAVING MEASURE PASSES FIRST READING The ordinance for the paving of all i Allays In tho downtown district within I the area of from First to Tenth street I And from Santa Fe to Grand avenue ! was passed by tho city council on its ; first reading at their regular meeting ; yesterday. The estimated cost accord- ! ing to figures made by the engineers j office will be $42, 482.16. The estimated amount ■will be divi ded into tho following fivo slims: con crete paving at a cost of $2.40 a yard for 1T.933 yards, $33, 439.20. Excava tion of 4,000 cubic yards at $1.40 par yard. $5,600. The estimated cost of sewers and manholes has been made at SI,OOO with 420 for top covering and FIVE BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED HERE MONDAY Three building permits issued yester day for residences, one for a garage and another for remodeling a store. The valuation totaled more than $lO,- t*)o according to the estimates of the building inspector’s office. Frank W. Pitman, contractor, pur chased tho lot at 1705 Grand avenue and will build a one-story, six-room brick bungalow at a cost of $3,000 to be CENTENNIAL TEAM ARE HONORED GUESTS As guests of honor, the members of the Centennial High schol basket ball team attended tho regular luncheon of th* Rotary club Monday noon at the Pueblo Commefco club room*. The wrrk of tho team in gaining second state honors at the recent Boulder tournament was told at tho luncheon. Tho meeting, in charge of Dr. J. D. Moore, covered tho past and future work of the organization, with several speaker* as follows: S. W. Preespy, C. X. Power. A. Herman. G. H. Nuckolls. B F. Scribner. H. H. Weitzel, Jesse Rood, J. H. Risley and E. I. Crockett. INGROWN TOE NAIL TURNS OUT ITSELF A noted authority say* that a few drops of ’’Outgro” upon the akin sur rounding the Ingrowing nail reduces inflammation and pain and so tough ens the tender, sensitive skin under neath the toe nail, that it can not penetrate the fle*h, and the nail turns naturally outward almost over night. "Outgro" in a harmless, antiseptic manufactured for chiropodists. How ever. anyone can buy from the drug •tore a liny bottle containing direc tions. Coming to the FHTF k-’iS: l\i Tiff Theater P II P P r^t PA I \\l Friday 1 11 T T £r K iIL ITJ. March 17 I II |i Ml jmEL. JHh dBUB program. Afternoon at 2 Evening at 8 IT Pennsylvania Hills SaTn.i Steel Industries** Presented by the Doil’t MiSsTlliS L. R . s t eel Ser«ce CorpOTaticm you’ll Regret It If You Do P « 1 O • m o REMEMBER it is coming to the . K. oteel bervice Corporation PALM THEATER „,«»„ Children, under 15 years of age, must be accompanied by parents or guardians It c°*h you nothing but it is worth much and every citizen of Pueblo should see it. iwork to curbings. With the per cent for contingencies allowed brings tho' balance amount of $2,002.96. ! An amendment to an ordinance ‘passed February 13. for tho paving of ' I East Abriendo avenue from Broadway !to Northern was passed yesterday. jThe amendment shortened the width of the paving four feet from Wash ington to Northern avenues. The street from Northern to Washington will’be 34 feet wide from curb to curb instead of its present width of 38 feet,* but tho 100 foot width from Wash ington to Broadway will remain the same width according to the specifi cations of the amendment. completed in May. J. I’. Wootton at 1711 Fast Seventh street will build a four-room brick house to cost $2,000 and O. V. Hines will build a five-room stucco residence at 827 East Eighth street at an op proximate cost of $3,000. A garage will be built by M. R. Smith back of his residence at 1625 Claremont street. About $1,600 will bo spent in remodeling the store owned by Emma G. Stephens at 124 South Union n\enuo this month. WHO’S YOUR FRIEND? “ JOHN”—You need sassafras tea. DENVER, March 13.—Flour prices dropped twenty cents a barrel, or 10 cents per 100 pounds sack In the local wholesale market h«ro today. The new price Is $6.90 a barrel or $3.45 a hundred weight. THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN TWO CORONER’S INQUESTS START; AUTOPSIES ORDERED BY JURORS Two coroner’s inquests were started yesterday at the chapel of the United Davis-Vories undertaking company. One will be completed this afternoon and the- other tomorrow afternoon, each session beginning at 4:15 o'clock. A jury of six men had been ordered by Coroner Dibble to look into the death of Merce Jara, the Mexican said to have been shot by Niel MoClel hir.d. while attempting to burglarize a garage on South Union avenue. When tho jury had been impanelled, sworn and taken to view the body, it was learned that no autopsy had been held, tho coroner acting, or failing to act in that regard, on account of a ruling of the board of county commis sioners recently. Members of the jury proceeded to organize and then discuss tho advisability of ordering a post mortem examination of the body of the dead Mexican, finally voting unanimously in favor of the autopsy, and tho coroner was po notified. Members of the same jury were 1 later summoned to hold an Inquest • over the body of Janies Garrett, Negro, Lwho died of a gun shot wound inflicted !ai 11:30 o’clock Saturday night last. I This body was viewed by the jury and after organizing, it was voted solidly to order the coroner to liavo an au topsy held on tho body. Tho inquest proper over the body of Uric Acid Solvent 85 cent Bottle FREE (32 Do*®*) Just because you start the day wor ried and tired, stiff legs and arms and muscles, an aching head, burning and bearing down pains in the back — worn out before the day begins—do not think you have to stay in that condition. Get well! Be free from stiff Joints, sore muscles, rheumatic, pains, ach ing back, kidney or bladder troubles. Start NOW. If you suffer from bladder weak ness with burning, scalding pains, or if you are in and out of bed half a dozen times at night, you will ap preciate the rest, comfort and strength this treatment gives. We will g»ve you for your own use one 85-cent bottle (32 Doses) FREE to convince you The Williams Treat- i ment conquers I.idney and bladder troubles. Rheumatism and all other ailments, no matter h*r,v chronic or stubborn, when caused by excessive uric acid. Send this notice with your letter to Tho Dr. D. A. Williams Co.. Dept. W-117, P. O. Block. East Hampton. Conn. Please send ten cents to help pay part cost of postage, packing, etc. We will mail to you by Parcel Post, delivery paid, a regular 85-cent bottle of Tho Williams Treatment (32 DOSES), without obligation or ex pense. Only one bottle to the same address or family. Established 189$. Jara will bo held this afternoon, and that of Garrett tomorrow afternoon. 1.-i the first named case tnerc are six witnesses, and the last named a con siderably larger number. When the jurymen took up tho mat ter of an autopsy in the alleged bur glary ease, there wero some doubts in the minds of somo of them as to tho desirability of such action, but it was pointed out by others that the case was one of the most unusual character, that thorn was but one eye witness to the affair and ho the most interested of all; for the interest of the commun ity and tho man who did the shooting as well, all possible light should bo thrown on the ease, and while *tho marks of tho shot were plainly to be seen on the deceased’s breast, there was no posit've proof without an au topsy that the shots actually were tho cause of death. With these thoughts presented the vote of the six men were unanimous for the surgical ex amination. BANK CALL WASHINGTON. March 13.-Thc comptroller of the. currency today issued a call for the rendition of ail national banks at the close of business Friday, March 10. How to Make Pine Cough Syrup at Home Has u eqnal for prompt rwil*. , Take* bat m moment to pprp*r*. . and ***** you about fs. You know that pine is used in nearly all prescriptions and remedies for coughs. The reason is that pine contains several peculiar elements that have a remark able effect in soothing and healing the membrane# of the throat and chest. Pino is famous for this purpose. Pine cough svrups aro combinations of pine and svrup. The “syrup** part is usually plain sugar svrup. To make the best pine cough remedr that money can buv, put 2V* ounces of Tinex in a pint bottle, and fill up with home-made sugar syrup. Or you can use-clarified molasses, honey, or corn svrup. instead of sugar svrup. Either wav, vou make a full pint—more than you can buy ready-made for three tiroes the money. It is pure, good and very pleasant—children take it eagerly. You can feel this take hold of a cough or cold in away that means business. The cough may he dry, hoarse and tight* , or mav be persistently loose from the formation of phlegm. The cause is the | same —inflamed membranes—and thi» Pines and Svrup combination will stop it —usually in 24 hours or less. Splendid, too, for bronchial as/.hma, hoarseness, or anv ordinary throat ailment.^ Pinex is a highly concentrated com pound of genuine Norway pine extract, and is famoua the world over for it* prompt effect upon roughs. Beware of substitutes. Ask your druggist for “2% ounces of Pinex” with directions, and don’t accept anything else. Guaranteed to gire absolute satis faction or money refunded. The PiaaS Co., Ft. Wayne. Ind. CELL DOOR SLAMS ON PRISONER’S FINGER Charles McGoorty giving his address as San Carlos, Colorado ami arrested bv Officer Marmaduke on South Union avenue Sunday night while intoxi cated received a painful injury when his finger was caught in ono of the. jail doors as he was locked up. A por tion of the thumb extending to the fjr«t joint was almost severed. Because of McGoorty’s drunken con dition, the jailer did not know of the accident or did McGoorty complain of being hurt. The attention of the jail er was called to the mishap a few minutes later by another inmate who administered first aid to McGoorty. Dr. J. M. Fcder was called and treated the injured man, who was still in a drunken stupor and did not wince under the operation that caused a lost* of part of his finger. In police court tliis morning McGoorty was given a fine of $lO on the charges of drunk eness. CUT THIS OUT—IT IS WORTH MONEY Cut out this slip, enclose with f>c and mail it to Foley & Co.. 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago. 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive In return a trial package containing Fdley's Honey and Tar Compound foi coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills for pains in sides and back; rliou matlsiTv, backache, kidney and bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic for constipation, biliousness, headaches, and sluggish bowels. The Horn Drug Co.—Adv. LOCAL WEATHER REPORT For 24 ended at 6 p. m. Marcl\ 13. 1922. Temperature: 6 a. m. 12 m. 6 p. m. Dry bulb 25 66 61 Wet bulb 24 41 41 Rel Hum 85 CO 13 Dir of Wind NE NE Yel of Wind 4 .. 7 State of Weather— Clear PtUldy Normal t' inperature for this date 40 degrees. Mean temperaturo for today 43 de grees. Variation In temperature In 24 hours 3 degrees colder. Highest temperature 64 degrees at 4:10 p. ni. Highest temperature recorded this month, 33 years 86 degrees. Ix>west temperature 22 degrees at 5:50 a. m. Lowest temperature recorded this month. 33 years —l3 degrees. Highest wind velocity 9 miles. N'W at S:ls a. m. Total rainfall and melted snowfall since first of year 0.76 inches. Normal precipitation to date 1 10. Tim* Of Ist 6 12 a. tn. Time of sunset 6.03 p. in. H. R. r»Tr-K. Wcatherllurcau. Forecast till 6:00 p. m. Tuesday. For Pueblo and \iclnlty (radius 20 miles): Fair tonight and Tuesday; not much change in temperature F«>r Colorado Fair tonight and Tue*. day; somewhat warmer south central portion tonight. For Southern Rocky Mountain Re gion March 13 to IS inc.: Unsettled. probably with rains or snows at begin ning of week, and generally fair there after; normal temperature. WEATHER CONDITIONS The pressure is low over the plains states with center of greatest depres sion in central Texas, liberal rains fell over central Texas. Oklahoma and western Kansas, and a light snow flurry in eastern Minnesota. Tempera tures are normal over _the Missouri valley and I*ake regions and lower Missouri valley, elsewhere the tem peraturo is slightly below normal. Be tween tho Rockies and the Pacific the pressure is high from California to Utah covering Nevada and western portion of Arizonu, it is decreasing in the far northwest and rains have set in along the Washington coast, and generally cloudy weather over the northern plateau and northern Rocky Mountain region. About 2 Inches of snow fell in southwest Colorado dur ing the last 2* hours. Fair tonight and Tuesday with not much change in tem peraturo is indicated for Pueblo and vicinity. H. B. DICK Weather Condition In Other Cities In the West Weather reports of e***ral cities 1* Colorado and adjoining state# during the $4 hours ending I o'clock yester day morning, compiled from statistics furnished by the weather bareaa o* flcs, Pueblo: - - if SF f! 1 I ?! f f ; | Denver . 31 32 48 12 ... Durango . ... 16 14 46 .. ... Gd. Junction . 26 24 52 PUEBLO . .. 25 22 60 Salt Rake ... 26 24 36 Santa Fe 28 2S 42 Chieftain want ads. bring results Phone 1955. Orang'e Label Tea A flavor that makes you smack your lips! Rid gw ays tea ii a man's drink —a beneficial cheery bever- fly age that has the flavor and the body which red-blooded % men enjoy. ittiuWh a WHMHwP 1 * nk.tnkm4 t.^-H TINS " Trtal Tin - *TWF«t Thfc* You* Think Of” ‘fudged ays Tea - I KEEPING WELL An Nt T.bl.t I I toning and strengthening your 41- I I Chips off flw Old Block m juniors util* Nta Ono-thlrd tha regular doss. Mads of tha aama tngredienta, than candy co a tod. For children and adulta. Metropolitan Drug Co. Tito Horn Drug Co. LIBEL SUIT DISMISSED NEW YORK. March 13.—Federal Jutlgo Learned Hand today dismissed the SHX»,OOO libel suit brought by Madame Johanna Gudski Taufssehor against tho Chicago opera association, Inc. FARMER BILL PASSED WASHINGTON. • March IS.—The aaileultural appropriation hill «arr\- [lng approximately $:i.'.,000.0f10. was pa-* j>.e.i by the house today tvilth tha froa reeds clauso Intact.