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FALSE ALARM—Fire alarm turned, In last nlKht at 8:30 from box 84, at Little Chief park, was false. ELITE Studio for high class photos. Prices right. 207 Main. Klein’s watch repairing, 216 N. Main Rev. Samuel Rogers, state spiritualist missonary. Thursday night. Fisher's hall, 32514 South Union avenue. Sub ject "That Something." NOTICE—Dr. A. R. Williamson has opened offices at room 114 I’ope block. Phono same as before—B.o9. FRIDAY is St. Patrick's birthday. It Is also tag day for the Sacred Heart Orphanage. Be sure to buy and wear a green bow on that day. The chil dren at the orphanage need your help. ALL those wishing to make any con tribution to the Went Side Non-paving association will pleas** pay same to the secretary and treasurer at 821 West Twelfth street, and not to anv solicitor. PHILIP S. STEPHENS. Chairman. NON-PAVERS- A meeting of the Westslde Non-Paving association will bo held Friday evening at 821 West Twelfth street. A good attendance is requested. All-Steel Safes nnd Cabinet*. Tbs Best. O’Brien Printing 00. RESIDENCE ashpits cleaned. 1100: PUEBLO SANITARY »’Q. phone 159. NEW PATENT"BROGUES Strap and Oxford styles. $5.95 and $6.50 * We have them SHONSBYE-BECK 2nd floor t Pueblo Savings Rank.) H. A. SMITH. Upholstering, carpet cleaning, mattreaa renovating, etc. Thone 941-W. 221 E. ith. W. O. W. dance next Tuesday night at I. O. O. F hall, corner Mesa and Evans avenues. Woodmen flve-plece Jsxr. orchestra Admission 35 cents, members and Indies free DELPHIAN SOCIETY—The regular meeting of the Delphian society will he held at th«* Library hall Thursday night Lip* ~f Schumann. Miss \gn»n Maroney. leader. Elia Farr, secretary. KEMP-WOODS for better shoes." 406 North Main street. PRICE 'CLEANERS AND DYERS. 1:5 Court. Phone 8j Work guaranteed. IF YOU WANT hand painted china call at Mrs Eva Lowe Harries studio. 1107 lwik»*. where .-Hie has a splendid assortment of conventional, naturalis ?!■ and rut g*dd work L r sale. If >ou nant to lenrn the art of china decor sting. Join her class which meets nt her studio every Saturday. FILING CA UNITS MAN KLIN PIMI Remember the orphans tomorrow. Buy and w.*ar a green bow. quality" coals THE RON CITY FUEL CO. 170 5* Santa Fs. Phonos llf-il?. MAIfiNrV Tailor and Cleansr mALUntI Phono lOSf-J IF a government auditor has as •SfSed \ou with additional tax. or if jron ha\e in-eme tax returns to b« compiled, phone 367. F. W. Marcroft Audit company. JIMMY KINCII. promotor of th* I«eonard Malody and Mike I’agono boxing contest to be held at Carp«*n- * ter'-* flail. ll!*’, South Union avenue under the nu:«pleea of th» Pueblo Alh loth* Club, on Frpl»\ night. March 17. •ays that those who nttend will sure get their money's worth. BRINGS PRISONER RAfK-l'n drrgherlff Fred II Kenyon went to Coloradt Spring ••••:•■ and brought hn k J F Campbell charg'*! with defrauding .« rooming In*use keep, or. PUT n g-. ■ : I*..e honor St P.»tri« k and th« orphan children being housed and f*-d nnrl clothed ■<* the Sa* red Heart Orphnnnge Th little ones i.***ml your help Biffett Dance of the Seaton. March 17. City Auditorium. Don't Forfet the Date TOO WANT a bar f.-r Kn-i.r. don't j you? Of course jnu do -every woman decs. Mrs. T. < Cramer. 7 1 a Gran<l , avenue will touch up your last sum- j mer's hat and make it look like a 1922 pattern for \er\ reasonable place Complete line of shape* flowers and trimming* anil If you want a new hat •he will fashion one fr-r you that ha* style and Individuality. MEETING TONIGHT S public meeting will b* held In Kn< kaon hall. Bessemer. this evening. .»• wrhich the flood question will be explained by sev RHEUMATIC TWINGE MADE-YOU WINCE! USE Sloan's freely for rheumatic aches, sciatica, lumbago* over worked muscles, neuralgia, back aches, stiff joints and for sprains and strains. It pancMa* «without ndh'w|. The very first time >ou use Sloan's Liniment you will wonder why you never used it before. The comforting warmth and quick relief from pain Will delishtfully aurorae you. Keep Sloan s handy and at tha first ache or pain, use It. At all druggists—Jsc, 70c, $1.40. Base lISFfe J oral attorneys and others. The com mittee in charge issues an Invitation to everybody to attend. THE Pueblo Carriage company has moved to 311 Court street, one-half block south of former location. THE orphans at the Sacred Heart Orphanage need your help. Buy and year a green bc^ - on Friday and help one of "he moat worthy charities in Colorado. ABANDON PAGEANT PLANS—A pageant, the "1921 Revue” which was to have been presented by the Busi ness and Professional Women's club of Pueblo under the direction of Miss Jennings, April 28. has been abandoned, it was announced yesterday. THE GARDENORCHESTRA will piny a dance at Auditorium hall, Saturday night. Gentlemen, 50c, plus 'tax. Ladles fsse. KEMP-WOODS "for better shots." 406 North Main street. BUY » green bow Friday and help the orphans at the Sacred Heart Orphan age. There is not a more deserving charity in Pueblo. Do your part and help the little ones to live. PLENTY OF INSURANCE—There is practically no loss which could be fall the Western National bank of Pueblo which Js not covered by in surance. Seven different kinds of In surance protect* the bank from loss by flood. Are. burglary, forgery, hold up. messengers and bonds for officers and employes. The bank Is a member °f , thr Federal Reserve bank system, which in addition furnishes protection in securities. FIVE cents for kodak developing. Elite Studio, 207 N. Main. Eves Scientifically Examined CARY OPTICAL -SERVICE Repair Work a Specialty 208 W. 4th St. Phone 1601. NEW PATENT BROGUES Strap and Oxford styles. $5.95 and $6.50. We have them. SHONSBYE-BECK 2nd floor (Pueblo Savings Rank) YOU~DANCE? Li-ten! Saturday night. San Isabel Cafeteria dining room, opposite Rialto theater. Van Arsdmles six-piece or chestra Admission—Gentlemen. 75c; Indies free. REMEMBER the boxing exhibition F riday night. March 17. at Carpenter’s Hall. 119’e South Union avenue. Leonard Malody and Mike Para no put on the Main event, which Is to last 15 rounds, and there will be two splen did preliminaries. The ftin starts at 8:15 and the Pueblo Athletic Chib promises good sport for all who at tend. WAR VETERAN DIES—Karl K. Johnson. veueen of the world war. died at a local hoapltal yesterday Coats and Wraps $18.50 We are featuring a Special Lot of New Spring Coats and Wraps; all colors and materials. The Popular Tweeds and a number of other materials. All are the smart New Styles. Special for-Today at $18.50. Novelty Slipover Sweaters $3.85 —All-wool garments in novelty styles and colorings. NEW STORE 203 N. MAIN THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN morning following an illness of several weeks. He came to Pueblo in the hope that the climate would help him. He was 23 yetra of age and is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Johnson of Chcago and a brother at Albuquerque, N. M. The body will be sent accompanied by the mother to Chicago, by T. G. McCarthy Undertak ing company. DANCE Saturday night, San Isabel Cafeteria Dining Room. Van Arsdgles 6-piece orchestra. Admission — Gentlemen, 75c; Ladies free. WITH the hints of coming spring come thoughts of your Igst year's hat. Mrs. Theo. U. Cramer. 718 Grand ave nue, is fully prepared to brighten it up with a touch of new trimming or remodel it upon the latest lines of the season. Excellent work and reason able price*. Biggest Dance of the Seaton. March 17, City Auditorium. Don’t Forget the Date FRIDAY will be tag day for Sacred Heart Orphanage and it is hoped that everybody will wear a green bow. The children of the orphanage need your help. THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT court will meet in Pueblo sometime in April, according to announcement v*«- tnrday by Gardner M. Greene, deputy clerk of the court. Th* co ordered to convene in Denver April 4 MANY PEOPLE INVITE APPENDICITIS ATTACK Appendicitis is often due to infec tion from old. retained wa*to matter. Even tho bowels move daily, poisons may accumulate in the eiystem for months. The intestinal antiseptic. Adler-i-ka. acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel, removing ALL foul, de caying matter which might start in fection. EXCELLENT for ga* on the stomach or chronic constipation. Ad ler-1-ka removes matter which you never thought was In your system. ONE single dose will surprise you. Reis* Bros., Druggists, 803 N. Main. Don't endure those ugly skin blemishes when RESINOI AeaHnng eeid Heeling Gears away blotches easily and at little cost Have a healthy skin that everyone admires Keep a jar on hand and will at that time adjourn the ses sion to Pueblo. Arrangements for the opening of the court are somewhat "up in the air" owing to the fact that a successor to Judge Robert E. Lewis has not been appointed. Judge Lewis recently was raised to the circuit court bench. FERTILIZER for garden and lawn. Pueblo Sanitary Co., Phone 122. BETTER AUTO TOPS for leas monejA. Smalley and Howat, 7th and Court, over Garret Motor Co. ANNOYED GIRLS—PhiIo Barta. -age 34 years, of the Harlem hotel must pay a 160 fine on a charge of annoying little girls. Two little American girls cotpplained that two men accosted them whenever they crossed the North ern avenue viaduct going and coming from school. Officers Haas and Horn watched Tuesday night whilo the girls crossed the viaduct, and when Barta accosted them, they placed him under arrest. The other man was not on Ihc scene at the time. CYRUS B. BOWMAN, who has been in Grand Junction for the past four months, and previous to that time was living in Seattle and California, is ex pected to arrive in Pueblo this morning about <:3o—-at least his brother E. B. Bowman, of 321 Bradford street, re ceived word yesterday that C. B. was coming and he will meet the train this morning. Cyrus B. Bowman was formerly publisher of the Walsenburg ( actus before leaving this state, was Young Men’s Spring Suits Had* up in all the lateet fabrics of the day—such aa Scotch Tweeds, Herringbones and other popular fabrics. Artistic and beau tiful modela—fashionable tailoring and the price is only $30.00 Other Suits at $2O. $25 and $27.50. Taub Brothers leaders of bttles 310-312 North Mala St. SWAMPED I ■ ■ I Too Busy to Talk. I I Come and Get the I I Bargains of a Life- I I time in This Forced I I Out Sale.' I I SAWYER I APPAREL SHOP jl 519 North Main Street I also state senator from Huerfano county and is a Grand Army man well and favorably known to the members of the G. A. R. in Pueblo. For several months Mr. Bowman has not been well and his brother here is fearful that he may not be able to stand the trip very well. CORLEY COAL AND TEAMING COMPANY 380 E. Seventh. Phone 360 and 302. * Clean Lump. SIO.OO Per Ton. Nut, $9.00 Per Ton. Primrose slack and Nlggerhead nut. 60c Per Ton Discount for cash. 2.000 pounds to the Ton. THE INDEPENDENT COAL CO. NO OOOUNQ Tbs "Food- Drink" far AH Age*. Quick Lunch at Home, Office, and Fountains. AJk for HOKUCICS. wAnii Imitations ft Substitutes THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1922.—1 TALKS TO PUEBLO AUTOMOBILE MEN E. O. Stiles of the Pueblo Mercantile and Credit Men’s association gave an . 0 COMMUNITY PROGRESS Do your plans for community progress and betterment and your resolves for future expansion include a more thoughtful and generous attitude toward your public service organizations? If these factors do not enter into yonr considerations, you are building upon a foundation of Band and yonr efforts and good intentions will go for naught. Ho com munity that fails to take into account these vital elements can thrive or progress. Your utility properties represent a substantial portion of yonr wealth; they contribute largely to the monthly payroll; they pay the bulk of your taxes; their expendi tures for supplies make up a goodly part of your daily business. To ignore their welfare or to begrudge them fair rates as wages for their service is to deprive' youreelf. The destiny of a town or city is linksd with its tele phone, electric, traction or gas organizations. The measure of support it extends to them will be the measure of its own progress and growth. The Pueblo Gas & Fuel Co. 122 WEST FIFTH ST. PHONE 143. ■ PAGE THREE Interesting illustrated talk on the workings of the association Wednes day night at the regular meeting of the Pueblo Auto Trades association in the Pueblo Corrynercfc club rooms. Stiles spoke on all phases of the work from practically every point of view, and with the aid of a blackboard effectively showed the workings. Several matters of routine business also came up for discussion at the meeting.