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[—SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1922.
PAGE SIX SENTIMENT FAVORING SCHOOL BUILDING PROGRAM INCREASES At the Parent Teachers Association held last Tuesday at Park View School, the association went on record unanimously as indorsing: the school building plans. Superintendent J. H. Risley explained the building plans outlined by the board to meet the edu cational needs of the district. Ho em phasised tho fact that while the pres ent plan contemplates a bond issue Just large enough to take care of pres ent crowded conditions in the entire district tho larger plan Is projected far into the future and contemplates two Junior High Schools, one for the East side and the other for the West Bide of the Fountain river. It was brought out at the meeting that only a very few taxpayers in the district have offered any objection to the proposed bond issue and they have professed interest in schools but prefer to wait until flood protection has been secured. It is noted that the parents who are demanding more ade quate schools for their children are also advocates of flood protection and believe that tho two should be carried forward together. During the dark days of the war there was a nation-wide call upon the people not to let the schools suffer while defending the world's civiliza tion. for tho__prepetuation of that civi lization will 'depend upon the work of the schools. The slogan gives at that time by the Nation's Chief Executive —"To tho end that no child shall have less opportunity for education on ac count of the war"—should now be paraphrased for Pueblo—"To the end that no child In Pueblo may have less opportunity for education because of the calamity that befell this city.” In spite of tho effort made to keep education up to the standard during the war. building operations were, practically suspended on account of scarcity of men and material and practically every city In the United States is now suffering the conse quence. Dr. Inglehart of Columbia University told the Department of Superintendence assembled in Chi cago last week that It would take 5i.*00.000.000 just to meet Immediate school building needs in the United States, to say nothing of future needs. Pueblo is not alone in its demand for school buildings. The benefit to be derived from the proposed bond issue by some of the outlaying schools is well expressed in the following statement from Miss Clara Jacobs, principal of Irving Place •chool: "The new building program as out lined by the Board of Education and Superintendent J. H. Risley of District Number One will help to relieve the crowded conditions in the Irving School. Since the location of the pro posed building will be on the block owned by tho Board betwen Sixteenth and Seventeenth. Court and Orand, the eastern boundary line of tha Irving district will undoubtedly bo moved west. Irving School is handling a largely Increased enrollment this year with Why not this incomparable NEW EDISON? i YOU know that the New Edison is the only phonograph which sustains the test of direct comparison with living artists. You know that, therefore, it brings you the greatest , vocal and instrumental performances. So—why shape yonr family’s music tastes in Mr. Edison's an inferior musical environment? Why —when $lO,OOO it will cost you hx Only $ foltUr nu> m voui • v payment. » t »niKwM>c»n to put the incomparable New Edison in your home? This offer means just what it says. Fill in your own first payment. We’ll accept it —and deliver your instrument —provided only that your initial deposit is sufficient to indicate good faith. The balance you may budget according to your convenience. H nndreds of families have secured New Edisons this way. Whydon’tyou? Come in any time. THE PUEBLO PHONOGRAPH CO. . O. P. JONES, Mgr. /s. Phon* 1310-W. 620 North M*in Street , A® i / the same number of teachers we had last year, due to tho fact, that there is no available room in which the overflow from the congested rooms can be placed. It was necessary the first semester to convert the office into a sewing room to accommodate the sewing classes. By the present Schwinger School of Music Boys Recital An unusual and interesting recital, to lwhich the public is cordially invited, ! will be given by tlie boy students of the Schwinger School of Music on Fri |day evening, March 24, at the C. F. & :I. auditorium at S p. m. Following is the program: : Three Little Chickens ..Grant Schafer I*a Verne Gehike. Morning Prayer Ftreabogg Richard Leach I Old Black Joe Swanee River > Earl Hayworth March of the Teddy Bears Fearis Harry White Boy Scout Marche Martin Gordo Bortley I iPlayful Rondo Green • William Gehrman 1 Scunds In the Night Cadman | Scott Maddux Anvil Chorus Verdi I Howell Drummond Minuett in G Beethoven i Orlo Rees Ia Fontaine Bohm Eugene Hughes Humoresque Pvorak Frank Springer Charge of the Hussars Splndler Alvah Hall Fun on the Mall Severn Robert Gross Diamond Medal March Frank Hines La Brunette Severn Frank Record Rose Fay Harold M<lngly Sovenier De Kienawskl H&esche James Connors Gypsy Danco Dlchner Billy McKnlght Raymond Overture Thorn** Reuol Lee Boss - I Valse No. 2 Durand Joseph Peterson Tales from Hoffman Sacnger Harold Hardwick Will O' the Wisp Jungln&n Sterner Remple Sonata-Alegro-Vlvace Schubert Carl Triebes On Blooming Mgadows Rive-King John Sabo Thais Massenet Hungarian Fnntanla .Tobani-Saenger Clarence Walter* Certificates awarded t«: Joseph Peter son. Eugene Hughes. Scott Maddux. Sterner Remple. Billy MacKnlght. Harold Drummond. Harry White. Steinway piano furnished by the Knight-Campbell Music company. THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN CANON CITY CADETS GIVEN RECOGNITION Special to The Chieftain: i CANON CITY. March IS.—The mill- | tary department of the Canon C it> . high school received notice this morn ing that the local school had been awarded entrance to the National Gal- j lery Team rifle tournament, one of ; the greatest honors ever by j the military corps of the Canon City I school, it being the only school in Colo- j ratio thus recognized by the Eighth ; Corps Area with headquarters at Fort ; Sam Houston. Texas, nltho hundreds of other teams were entered. Other j high school teams winning places in j tho tournament were those of Doug- • las, Tex. Greubb’s Vocational College, j Arlington, Texas; McAllen high school, • McAllen. Texas, and Fort Worth high ; school. Ft. Worth, Texas. These toams will shoot In their re- . spcctive cities once each week for six i weeks and the targets each man shoots will be signed by himself and witness- I ed and 6ent to Washington. D. C.. I where the decision as to the best team in tho United States will be made. Tho three leading teams will bo awarded medals. plan we can offer Kindergarten for i the second semester only instead of a ! full year as the room is used for j Manual Training the first semester. \ Room six at the present time has an | enrollment of fifty-three pupils. Such conditions as these should be relieved in order that the children may have the best opportunity for an education. Irving with six regular class rooms is accommodating eight grades. The new plan anticipates a Junior High School sometime in tho future to serve the West side of tho city. Until such a building is erected Irving School can not servo the bast purpose.” # 7T W FOB COLDS A Cold or the Grip starts with a Chill; indicating checked circulation; the nse of "Sevonty-eoven” at once; restores the circulation of tho blood and stops the Cold. “40” INDUCES SLEEP No Narcotic, Strictly Homeopathic. ' Price, 30c. and fI.OO, at Drug Stores, or aent on receipt of price, or C. O. D. Parcel Post. 158 William Btreet. New Tork. Medi- Hnrnphreye* Homeo. Medicine Co . cal Book Free. DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out: Thickens, Beautifies. 35-cents buys a bottle of "Danderine” at any drug store. After one applica tion of this delightful tonic you can not find a particle of dandruff or a falling hair. Besides, every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and abundance. 1 —^ • 11 House Cleaning Time Always Suggests Some Changes The question naturally arises, what shall I change or add this Spring? New furniture always creates new interest in the home. The money consideration always enters into every transaction. How may I get some new pieces? Let us offer this suggestion: ‘We will take your old pieces and credit it on the new, and you can arrange to pay the remainder by the week or month. Furniture is lower than for years and you will make no mistake in buying now. . -.. ’ NEff RllfiS torn 35K55? Linoleum For the Home Curtain in pleasing de* signs and color* No doubt . rug is on your PrftmpmC ~ MiMbb for li,t lhi ‘ Spring- W* have me 1 IUUICIUO Eg. living*rooms4>ed* beautiful Wiltons in 9x12, 9xO| J IHiIL~ I _£ rooms, halls, ea- 10-6. 8-3xlo-6, and 6x 9, our ijQIYCU Ksvjs I - closed porches— prices are right—the quality we v 1 ... , 818 Ell' I Jjfmt and for bnsmesa guarantee and the patterns are f,y ure un | Ms they hang Uilfl Jl I , '\ floors, can now beautiful. straight and properly. O Kul —•/ ' If DV \\ be seen in our Wecanputuprodsth.it HJ LII—. HW ill till floor covering We sell yoU • 9x12 Ax * «H°w Shades to roll up ■LijjlUj,lll minster rug for smoothly. 'The lace cur- Ujl __ tain retains its place and J "fjfl U»ib>rnMr the overdrape is always ) 0 tanftUi ••famSMct w V just as you want it. Em . Kirsch flat rods solve •WsOWaw Armshmtik IJnrlmm Our Hartford Rugi are beau- your curtain problems. Ffaf Cni*fafa A*-*tiful patterns and our price is pre-war. L ‘>jf A Range is an important part Shades for your windows. Mil —« l| frUrHf ° f >°‘ ,r , home furnishings. The day of the combination Gas and f°*l range is here to stay; “We rp. . | « # n 111 111 II I ft] have the only satisfactory Gas in is Combination Range “ d n Coal n,ng ' wehave evcr fn Cf nv | The Paramount is smooth ev -1 Ivl C IU UlAjr II part is just at the right place, ... . _ _ Kl —— M • ■ir-tight oven, leg base. Pastry It son our floor and we want you to see it. The Paramount oven. Nothing left out $173. Malleable Combination Gas and Coal. A child can operate Guaranteed the most even bak it. ,No special demonstration necessary. It is simple, easy and er on the market. will last a lifetime. E B Save $50.00 and get a better range. Wc want to show you. y 'JtjT" The Family’s Best Friend Baby needs fresh air. We ,he best friend Have you seen them? Wc f Hooiier Kitchen Cabinet | |j have the celebrated Lloyd J over one million in use and ISS&Ial machine woven Cart. Beau- / every one a contented user. [ tiful shapes and colors and / Saves miles of steps and will last T "WS ’ we guarantee them to be the a lifetime. There are more FjjljßrT’n | best on the market and our Hoosiers in use in Pueblo and fide '* "h*" W<! * IaVC *° me adjoining country than all other WE CAN MAKE TERMS TO SUIT YOUR INCOME The Dean-Creel Furniture Co. " A SPECIAL SALE of BLOUSES MONDAY A special purchase of new spring styles. These Blouses are made from heavy quality all-silk Crepe de Chine in new and attractive styles. They are splendid Blouses, and no doubt you'll be more than pleased if you take advantage of the opportunity. BAH MOOH 521 N. MAIN REMEMBER, FOLKS When the storm is over, your car will need washing. Hire it done before the mud gets hard and takes off the paint We do ’em for a dollar, the new way. MOTOR SALES CO. 811-815 N. Mam St Phone 792