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[—THURSDAY, MARCH 16,1922.
PAGE FIVE
FIRE CHIEF URGES WIDER
USE OF SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
The use of fir© sprinkler systems
In all large buildings that are not fir©
proof was strongly advocated by Fire
Chief Sam Christy Wednesday noon
in a talk before the Manufacturers’ as
sociation which met in tho Pueblo
Commerce club rooms. The Chief
said that in tho days of the horse
drawn vehicles it cost as much addi
tional in one year to operate tho fire
department as it costs to operate the
motorized department. The motorized
vehicles have enabled the city to close
two fire stations and at tho same time j
have a more effective fire fighting |
system. The Chief also said that any i
large building that is not fire proof,
no matter how effective the fire de- I
HOT ARGUMENTS AT
INQUEST HEARINGS
"Did you ae© any Intoxicating liquor
down there that night?” Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Taylor asked of Mrs.
Cora Austin, proprietor of the board
ing house where James Garrett was
shot and killed on last Saturday night.
"My lawyer says I don’t have to
answer such questions,” was the reply,
and here Attorney E. C. .Hold Inter
jected the remark that tho witness was
standing on her constitutional rights.
"You had better cut out your
monkey business,” went on Attorney
Taylor, or you may land in the
county jail. The question ’ was thPn
repeated, and following this the dis
trict attorney representative told the
sheriff to take charge of the witness.
"I warn the sheriff.” shouted Mr.
Holt, "that if he arrests this witness
he does so at his own risk; you can
not do so without a warrant.”
But Deputy Sheriff Delliquadrl as
signed Mrs. Austin a seat e'.ose tc*
where he was stationed, and Coroner
Dibble announced;
"The coroner Is in charge here, and
will havo held lawyers or anyone else
who interrupts th© proceedings of this
inquest.”
Peace fluttered its wings and settled
down.
Several witnesses testified to liquor
being used at th© place prior to th©
shooting, and on© on questioning by «•
ioror stated that the booze was se
cured from th© landlady s husband
and paid for at 2 5 cents a drink.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT
For 24 hours ended at 6 l>- m. March
IS, 1922-
Tempeature: ... 6 a- to. 12 m. 6 P- jn-
Dry Bulb *0 53 6*
Wet bulb ; 7 it
Rel Hum $•» 30 “*
Dir of Wind ........ NW “
Vel of Wind 4 •• V
Stato of Weather— Cloudy Cloudy
Normal temperature for this date 40
degrees.
Mean temperature for today 45 de
grees.
Variation In temperature In 24 hours
1 decree warmer.
Highest temperature «1 degree* nt
4 20 p. m.
Highest temperature recorded this
month. 33 years 66 degrees.
Lowest temperature 28 degrees at
7: oo a. m.
Lowest temperature recorded this
month. 33 year* —l3 degrees.
Highest wind velocity 6 miles NW.
at &:40 a. m.
Total rainfall and melted snowfall
since first of year 0.74 inches.
Normal precipitation to date 11*.
Time of sunrise 6.09 a. m. ,T!mc of
sunset 6:05 p. m.
H. B. DICK.
Weather Bureau
Forecast til] «-.00 p. m. Thursday.
For Pueblo and vicinity (radius 20
miles): Fair tonight and Thursday;
not much change in temperature
For Colorado: Unsettled tonight and
Thursday probably snow «>r rain west
portion; not much change in tempera
ture.
WEATHER CONDITIONS
The storm central over Oklahoma
Tuesday morning moved eastward to
the ftouth Atlantic states, maintaining
about the same energy, it was accom
panied by general rains from the lower
Missouri Valley to the Gulf states east
of the Mississippi river and eastward
to the Virginia coast The ridge of
pressure overlying the central Rocky
Mountain region advanced to the
1 Mains atates and upper Ijike region
with crest In Manitoba causing fair
weather over tho western states. It is
colder hi the Lako region and In Kan
sas and Texas and warmer In the
northern Plains state*. The approach
ing storm from the north Pacific main
tains about the same relative position
near the coast of British Columbia
causing generally cloudy and unsettled
weather between the Rookies and the
Pacific and rain in Washington. Idaho
and Oregon Conditions are favorable
for fair tonight and Thursday for Pu
eblo and vicinity; not much chance in
temperature. H. B. DICK
Weather Conditions In
Other Cities In the Wed
Weather reports of several cities la
Colorado and adjourn* states during
the 24 hoars ending • o’clock Fester
isy morning, compiled from statistics
furnished by the weather be ream ofe
“IFPIf
Denver 36 34 *4
Durango . ... 39 26 56
Od. Junction . 36 36 62
PUEBLO ... 30 30 64
Halt Lake ~. 44 36 52
Santa Fe .... 36 38 54
A. F. OF L. BACKS LEGION
EMPLOYMENT DRIVE
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Mar. 16. ;
Farnucl Oompcre. president of th"
American Federation of Tk&bor, today
Informed the nation headquarter* of
the American Legion that organist.'!
labor, would give "every rncolirn.’"-
merit" to the i» «ion campaign re
lieve unemployment among verc;
of »he World War. The campaign
ends nest Monday.
i parement and the fir© fighting ap
i paratus, should b© protected by
sprinklers because when a fir© reach
es a certain point, the best equlpfnent
and fire fighting apparatus is ineffec
tive.
Tho Pueblo Real Estate Exchange
reported to the Manufacturers’ asso
i elation that they expect a delegation
of real estate men from Kansas City,
Omaha and Denver to pass thru hero
about May 27. Tho Exchange asked
the Manufacturers’ association to ap
j point a committee to help with tho
| entertainment. Accordingly the fol
lowing committee was named: C. N.
Power* chairman; C. C. ICceler and,
' Joe A. Bullen.
“ONE ARABIAN NIGHT”
AT THE PALM THEATER
The final showing of "One Arabian
Night” with Tola Negri and Buster
Keaton in his newest comedy "The
Boat'- will end its engagement tonight.
A 4 splendid bill has been enjoyed by
Balm patrons for the last two days
and will be shown today for the last
times.
AT THE MAJESTIC
SUNDAY ALL DAT
To the vast multitude of theater
goer* who are witnessing tho picturi
zation of the immortal story of "The
Four Horsemen of tho Apocalypse,” a
Rex Ingram production for Metro Pic
tures Corporation, as it is being
flashed on the screen In the leading
cities of the country, its magnitude
aVid costliness can be only
appreciated. This picture will be
shown at the Majestic Theater Sun
day.
In transferring this historical ro
mance to th© screen from the pages
of the world-famous novel of Vicente
Blasco Ibanez, whose 166 editions have
thrilled more than 20.000.000 readers.
Metro undertook an artistic task whose
gigantic nature was apparent even be
fore tho opening scene wan "shot.” In
mnktng this million dollar cinema pro
micro aa adapted by June Mathis,
practically every known record of the
motion picture industry was broken.
New York. Chicago and !,<»© Angeles,
thro© key cities representative of tho
middle and coastal section* of the
country, immediately acclaimed "The
Four Horsemen 1 ' ns the of ci
nema productions rivaling in dramatic
power and intensity tho beet offerings
of the speaking stage. Tho popular
verdict of those three widely separated
cltias Iv being Just n« emphatically en
dorsed by other great municipalities
where it Is being presented.
It required more than six months to
complete this famous picture of 12.00©
feet of film. In which 12.300 men and
women took part. At tho Majestic
Sunday.
Critcher Theater Tonight
A laughing treat is In store for the
audience that attends tho < rltcher
theater this evening to s.'« Doris May
In tho farce comedy "Tho Foolt©h
Age.'« Th*» skit was written especially
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THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN
MORE BUILDING IN
SIGHT IN PUEBLO
A store and residence will b© erect
ed in the 100 block on Lake avenue
by F. B. Stricklett. A fifty foot front ]
was purchased adjoining the Me-1
Clelland orphanage grounds on the
south and excavation work is well
under way for the buildings. Strick
lett has been In th© grocery business
on th© South Side for a number of
years and when established in his now
store will carry a complete line of,
groceries and meats.
The store site was formerly used as
part of th© McClelland orphanage
garden. Tho location is a choice one, J
It is said for a store.
Contractor J. H. Moor© will erect
I two frame structures at a cost of
$4,000. Ono will be erected for
Charles Schulz at 152 Baxter avenue
and th© other will be constructed at
609 East Ninth street for J. H. Anton. .
TWO SPEAKERS AT
KIWANIS LUNCHEON
Two speakers were on the program
of th© Kiwanis club luncheon at tho
Commerce club yesterday noon. One
was W. H. Sawhill, county agent, who
spoke on th© illations of th© business- I
men to th© agricultural Interests of j
this section. Ho declared that tho ,
farm industry was on© of the safest I
"bets” in this region and should bo :
given greater interest and cooperation (
by tho city businessmen.
Til© other speaker was Miss liana. |
a social welfaro workers who made
a plea for greater efforts on the part
of businessmen to help th© children of
tho slums to develop into better man
hood and womanhood and be an asset
to tho community.
<
for Miss May by Hunt Stromberg. who
also supervised tho production together
with William A. Seiter, tha director,
"The Foolish Age’’ gives th© vivacious
Miss May quit© tho best comedy ve
hicle—in which she has appeared.
In finish of production, in story val
ue, in comedy, In laughs. In tho skill
of tho charming young star and In
direction. "The Foods’.! Ago” .3 of hign
degree, according to most of tho bet
ter known screen critics of the coun
try. It is based upon a novel idea--
au Idea that readily* lends itself 10 tlie
development of humorous situations.
Miss May appears ns Margv t’arr.
the debuntanlo daughter of a fond an i
wealthy father woo deslrea her pros
pective husband t * be man of wealth
and position lit:© himself. Margie, how
ever, has other ideas. She has a big
idea. She wants to uplift tn© poor and
downtrodden. She decides to carry It
out. She quits tho colli g • sh© attend*
and gives her fiance the shock of lib
life. Then she puts her idea of uplift
into efTect.
This open* th© wsy to laughs by flic
score. Supporting Miss May are play
ers whoa© ©kill nt comedy is a by wop!
in fllmdom. For Instuc*. there is Bull
Montana, on© of the funniest comic*
of th© Otis Harlan, known for
year© as a comedian on tho musical
comedy ©tag© and screen.
Don’t miss this n* the Crltcher this
evening, and It will b© repeated Fri
day evening.
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dcrlne" la to the hair
what fresh showers of rain and sun
shine ore to vegetation. It goes right
to the roots, invigorates and streng
thens them. This delightful, stimul
ating tonic helps thin, lifeless, faded
hair to grow long, thick, heavy and
luxuriant.
CREAM CLEARS A
STUFFED-UP HEAD
Instantly Opens Ererr Air Passage—
Clears Throat
If your nostrils ar« clogged and your
head i« stuffed because of nasty catarrh
or a cold, apply n little pure, antiseptic
cream into your nostrils. It penetrate©
thro igh every air passage. s<rOthlng
and healing swollen. Inflamed mem
branes and vou get instant relief.
Try this. Oet a small bottle of Ely’s
"ream Palm at any drug store Your
-logged nostrils open right up: your
head is clear; no more hanking or
muffling. Fount fifty. All th© stuffl
res*., drvnrif struggling for breath I*
gone. You feel floe.
CRACKER-JACKPANTAGES
BILL MAJESTIC TODAY
The press agent is out of dope and
It is Indeed difficult to bring home.
[ that is into tho minds of the Puoblo
-1 nns the real merit of the Pantagrs
Bill that comes to Pueblo for just to
day for amatinee show and two shows
tonight. The matinee will be jammed
with women this afternoon on ac
count of th© appearance of the two
head line acts, namely the Seven
I Glasgow Maids, Seven Scotch lassies
I who are singers, dancers, finished
musicians and last but not least, beau
j ties. This act has been heralded over
'the entire circuit an one of Mr. Pan-
I tnges best bets and must bo seen and
heard to ho appreciated. Little Zelda
Santley comes a close second-with her
wonderful impersonations of A1 Jol
son, Eddie Con tor, Nora Bayes anil
other famous Broadway star?. Miss
Stanley lias been hero before and has
hundred? of admirers in Pueblo who
will be pleased to seo her again. The
other acts on tho hill that go to make
this a real road.show attraction are
Hurry La More, Fred and Tommy
Hayden and Miss Marguerite Crach
the Phonograph singers. The bill this
week deserves and will without ques
tion be greeted by capacity crowds at
th© three performances. Tho Indies
are urged to come early to the matinee
as th© way the seats arc* celling for the
night show the afternoon show will he
crowded. Phone 1540 now for what
reservations thero are left.
Clyne Theater Tonight
What may well b« describe! as n
classic of the silent drama is Marshall
Neilan's spectacular. colorful uwl
thrilling production. "Bob Hampton of
Placer," which wao shown to delighted
audiences nt the Clyne theater last
evening, and will no p. »du-< il again
this evening.
Not since "The Birth of a Nation"
has any subject wth a portion of
American history ns .1 background
been so splendidly made into a mo
tion picture, and in man/ wavs tho
Neilan masterplocc outrivals the Grif
fith production.
One of the most picturesque r*rFds
of American h*s»o-v fig've* ir ' I’.h
Hampton of r..« • nnm.'iy. th * In
dian uprisings wh'c.i fopi.wed the
Civil war. AnJ '.n the climax to In:.,
production, wnfh is adapt'd ft m
Randall Parrish story of the same
name. General Custer’s famous last
stand against the Sin.ix is 1 • produroil
and immortalized on the screen in a
most fascinating and dramatic mah
ner.
Interwoven skiPfql’y In lids thrill
ing backgrour.! in an -ii.sorbing .ml
beautiful story o.* faithful eon r.i h- 1
ship and love, a© w-»ll a of adventure. 1
James Kirkwood, in th** till.' r< 1 \
gives a masterful portrayal of Do!-
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help, try thi© reliable old home mad©
tough remedy. Anv druggist ran ©unplv
vou with ounce* of Pinex. Pour
this into a pint bottle and fill the bottle
with plain granulated sugar srrun. Or
you can use rlarijiad molasses, honor, or
corn *vrup. instead of sugar avrun. if
desired. This recipe makes a pint of
rcallr remarkable rough remedy. It
taatea good, and in spite of its low cost,
it can be defended upon to give quick
and lasting relief.
You can feel this take hold of p
cough in a wav that means business.
It loosens and raisea the phlegm, stona
throat tickle and soothes and neala tha
irritated membrane© that line the throat
and bronchial tubes with such prompt
ness. ease and certainty that it is reall?
astonishing.
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pine extract, and i© probably the best
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There are many worthless imitations
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LY N E
W THEATKR I©
TONIOHT
MirihiU Neilan Present,!
JAMES KIRKWOOD
And
[%} Wesley '’Freckles” Barry
In
‘Bob Hampton, of Placer’
HAROLD LLOYD
In Hi« latest Comedy Success
OVER THE PENCE
SELZNICK NEWS.
Theosophical and Occult Science
FREE LECTURES BY EUGENE W. MUNSON
National Lecturer For The Theosophical Society.
MARCH 10 TO P», AT TUB LABOR TKM.PLL v<»n I* M SHARP.
Mnrrh Ifi.— “A** a Mon Thinkrth,” “A c ‘< rc-’j*’■ Telepathy,
Psychology, Hcnling; Showing Thought Korina.”
March 17.—“ The Path of Achievement” Is Man Master or Slave?
How can Wc Build the Future Wc Wish ?
March IS. —“The Inner (late.- ..f the Soul,” A Slerc-qdimn on Mail’s
Inner (irowtb, Showing Views of his Finer Bodies,
and his auras.
March 10.—‘‘Practical Psychology«nn<V Occultism,”- —A Lecture allow
ing the Daily Application of Occult Science jo the
Problems of Health, Sneer*** and Happinc-
LECTURES ARE FREE—ALL WELCOME—Collection.
IMPROVEMENTS FOR
SUNVILLE BAKERY
Several thousand dollars worth of
improvements on the plant of the Sun
villo Baking company will bo made In
tho near future, according to C. N.
-Power, president of the concern. .Mr.
Power has delegated \V. W. Stickney,
architect, to prepare the plans.
A short time ago. a small fire In tho
roof of the building caused some dam
age to the plant and it was decided
that the repair of the damages should
take a wider scope and be included in
sorno Improvements. Most of the
work will bo done in what is called the
“old purt” of the plant. The roof will
l>e raised, a new ventilating system in
stalled and skylights to give better
lighting facilities in the work shops.
Fire walls will be built around the
ovens so the heat from them will not
injure tho woodwork.
Hampton, the gambler, who. dismiss* d
from the service in an army scandal,
is restored to a place of honor with
«'uster in the Battle of the Little Big
Horn.
Marjorie Haw has the leading
feminine role, and Pat O'Malley, as
Lieutenant Brant. Is seen as a gallant
ofTieer of Custer’s staff and as an
ardent lover. Wesley Barry, with his
freckles and Ms «;iL'.. is one <»f ■he
brightest lights In th • production
FACE DISFIGURED
WITH PIMPLES
Hard,Largeand Red.ltched
andßurned.CuticuraHeals.
" When I «u fifteen years old
pimples broke out on my face. They
were herd, large and rad, and fet
tered and scaled over. The ptmplee
Itched end burned causing me to
scratch and irritate them, and my
face waa disfigured for about six
months.
’* I tried all kinds of remedies hut
they failed to dc any good. Seeing
an advertisement for Cuticura Soap
and Ointment I purchased some and
now lam completely healed."
(Signed) Mrs. Mollis Richardson.
Kerb?. Ore.. July 16. 1921.
Uss Cuticura for every-day toilet
purposes. Bathe with Soap, soothe
with Ointment, dust with Talcum.
wW* MkliMMtMnia Tikwl*
Sw Catocw* Sup d»»- wit km at i—.
ONE KISS—
Tbeir FIRST and LAST.
> vision of life at tbs
OATES OF DEATH
TES
aIIVOUa
TOMAN
K. P. HALL
Monday Night, March 27.
Royal Neighbor Dramatic Club
—ln
The beautiful comedy-drama
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TONIGHT
and FRIDAY NIGHT
Doris May
In s laughable fat cc comedy
Production
The Foolish Age
And then a Century Comedy
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PANTAGES UNEQUALLED VAUDEVILLE
Featuring
THE 7 GLASGOW MAIDS
Tlk* Prettiest, JsulcM, Syncopation Art of the Day.
7.Elj|).\ STA.VLKY—\ smln llles I'orrmosi < 'omr-ilh'niie ami Sf'xrrnl
Others.
Phone 1340 ILgin Now For ItiHcru-x,
u
TOMORROW AND SATURDAY
DOFBI.i: ST. PATRICKS DAY HIM,.
'lX3>l MOOHF. IN “FROM Till', t.ltnl Nl» « 1“
A HI’PURT lIIN. lIFs STORY.
ALSO WILL FARM SI IN
1 "WHEN A MAX SKLS RHD"
I TODAY.
FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY
RIALTO
I Two big laugh hit*. A two-atir. two cornady pro
| gram bubbling ov#r with Joy.
BEBE DANIELS
I As Paulin**. the ' \nc«-l Chib!" yearning for r\ -
ment, Joyrides and j.i r.r. At eighteen she M**p» ou*.
for
“One Wild Week”
I When sh* - breer.e*» In and -tarts things, every b-»dy
and everything eommrnccs t*» bit th- high spot*
along with the kid.
BVSTER KEATON
INexcr crack* N mnilo himself but ntakr* >*»u laugh
every time you look nt him. S— lilm In his tat< -t.
“THE COAT”
I Wherein Ills efforts tn bo <ddig:rg I■■ . h.m In a lot
of trouble and a hospital.
PALM TODAY
DOUBLE BILL
Pola Negri^\
in a drama MAGNIFICENT ■
Thousand people, a city ro created. mastc: SyH B
work of LUBITSCH
“One Arabian Night”
Buster
Bp?M\ Keaton
jgfgW I*, | I This is the latest comedy fron*
I / | the greatest comedian of th«
‘The Boat’
Mornings. Afternoons. ITsc* 20f'; Evenings. JJOr 'JZTif'

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