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+++ + 4.++4.+ 4*44*t-+**++ < t > + +++++ (Men’s and Boys* / j/jn | Fancy Gloves /fj-U] l ! Fancy Worsted Yarn Glove* \\ / 1 * Me '» SOr V\[l Hr 2 Mucha Uiidrraird Gluvea V\V / I X 7:,e ,u *1.75 Bgf j Drtittd Kid (Tl.J* * j 50r«»*i.T5 |gggj|| * T There is uutliiug wort* suitable ibun II iihe glove lor a Kill. t X Mi n like* Hu? practical un i scrviceubl. gill >Oll iuuhi see Hi** us- 4 T sort men t to appreciate them. * X \\V lire Mhowing an entirely new It love In an Kgyptiuii Mo« ha. ♦ Y much warmer tUnu the usual glove When Milled they can he T ♦ washed l*rlce 9!.00 n j IH. NOSES b SON j 44444444444444444444+444444 COFFEE 3 Pound Can CM Afl TULIP COFFEE We also carry MILLAR’S COFFEE —none liclter |l Our MARKET can supply you wiili everytliinn in season THOLBIIRN (f BOWEN Trinidad 601-602 Ford Auto News Detroit. In-i . -There* more, soft wu|i tired 111 the building of an I automobile Ilian there I* In selling* It Time wih when the automobile) Kale uian thought a certain amimnt < of oily palaver was uceessary to make u Mile III* liar learned l»v ex perience. however, that a logical pre-J Mutation of the selling point* of hi*; tar doer more Ip make a sale than j all tile "soft soap" ever put to ora- , torical use. lint with salesmanship t>u a firmer Uahl* and the product lon i of car* moir than doubling eip h year, j the demand for soft soap for line In car construction rapidly i-. increa*-1 lug To the average person It 1* new* that sott *oap enter* at all Into the process by which III* car I* 1111111 gfoat remember ho ft »oap a* thitt home made eoiieoctlon that stood by the tub in the wood house hack home on th*- farm with whit li during their adolescent year* tin y were com pelled to smear their feature* to the end that they might he presentable at table. Nowaday*, however. *«ft »oap ha* a far different use. In the machine »liaiis of large automobile companies a mixture containing soft *oup cools the drill* and keeps them In shape to drill hundred* of hole* each day ♦ ♦ mO l| || #4 >4 w 0 y yyyy y y y y 9 w W W t | Only THREE More SHOPPING PAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS j tWe Are Offering Special Discount of GrCAt Fur j One-Fourth Off "0 Sale Jgz&sz-- ; . We are over )on Men’s and Boys’ Suits and Overcoats BKmk . . , A\2H ; and Women’s and Children’s Suits and s *® c ; One-Fourth Off on Silk I TMI and anxious to cjose | I Heoccot ttSISfl uary 1, we are offer- j UIC33C3 Wm ing them at Greatly 3 THE FAMOUS | j Everybody | | j L . » - . e aa a a aA. a. .6. .6. .6. * AA A A and still do their woik fell. In the machine shop of the largest automobile factory of the world, tliut of the Ford Motor Company, a half million pound* of white *oft soap will In* uaed this year. Thi* soap will coine In I .OOP barrel* containing 500 pounds to the barrel Approxi mately 1.597 |>ouiid* l* used each j.lay How l* it Used? The chenilnt* of I | thin company have perfected a fortnu- J ' l.i containing hot water, soft *oap j and mineralised lard oil. which prop-; erly mixed is .. moat efficient lubrl* |cant for Hie drills One man In thej machine shop devote* hi* entire tliuc ; to making the mixture When the lubricant I* mixed I; 1* j Puiuihml around through a pipe line l system to the drill premie*, drilling! mui blue* and latche*. of which I*: thi* hup- machine shop there I* no j small number. At these machine* l tile mixture i* kept constantly flow ting over the part being drilled. ■ aught beneath tin- ma-hiiie and used over again two or three time*. When !it I* “worn out" it i* carried away |ln the sewage system. Great care must be lined in select - ! lug tile right kind of ttou-p for thi mixture. Home brand* cause the I steel to soften while other* cause a SATURDAY Oppose Division of Counties (Continued from page two i « |o*e to Colorado Springs. Colo., I* j one of tile most conspicuous mouii- . tain* In the Called States and lb« ' recog 1.1 4* .1 "Sectill* S of the Rocky ! Mouutni'..", WItF.ItKAH. T*»e Colorado Springs | I Cham:, i of Cotum*'Cc Is trying to get 11.- I'ostoi'ice Department to' adopt *.i». idea <;f using it a* a de sign f. i ;• postage ••amp. WM "he Col..rude Association of j Connie . i iul Executives. heartily, le.omuaud uud endorse the move* I meat and a*k tin- l*tilted State* sen* i atnr* i.i* congiessmeii from Colo-, rado • . give their *up|Mm to this, IllOVelio ill, will) li We believe w ill be t one .»f the best method* of interest ing people of A tiler ha lu the “See America Flint Idea WIIKKKAS. The Culled States Govern meat through it* Department I of \grirulture. ha* made a propo*l • tion to the different counties of I Colorado to pay a portion of the *.\- j pen-.- entailed to employ a county I agriculturist for each of the coun ties in which agriculture predomin ate*. mi far a* their appropriations permit, he it KKSOLVKD. That we, the Colora do Association of Commercial Kxecu liven, heartily endorse the movement, tilld lecommeud that the Niuetceuth General Assembly pa** a law that will ;ivp each county such authoiity a* will make thi* plan easily operat ed WIIKItKAS. A committee ha* been appointed by the Kightrenth General Assembly to select a site for a Colo rado Itulldiug at each of the rannma exposition*, such committee to report to the Nineteenth General Ankemhly. and make ret ommendatiou.’. a* to the extent to w hich the state of Colorado shall go in the building of name. In* It RESOLVED. That we recommend and endorse the idea of Colorado be ing represented at l»oth of the Pana ma expositions. and that the Colora do Association of Commercial Kxecu- ( live* appoint a committee to cooper ate with the state and all other or ganisation* formed for the pur|iose of Inducing those who were going to visit the exposition to come via Colo rado. RESOLVED. Hv The Colorado As sociation of Commercial Kxrcutlvr*. < tiiat Colorado I* now- upon all era of i new prosperity. Believing that we ■ wilt be favored with a strictly bual- , nes* administration of state affalp J. during the next two year* we drploro j any agitation looking toward the dl- j vision of any of the counties. Such division means lidded expense to the i lax payer* and uu material heucTit*. 1 RESOLVED. That we extend a | vote of thank* to The Trinidad. ■Chamber of Commerce and Mr. K. J. McMahon. Secretary, for' the many , j courtesies extended to our organlxa- : Itiou while meeting at Trinidad Adopted at meeting belt! «t Trlnl- . idad. Colorado. Chamber of Commerce* (room*, cltls 2t»th day of December. ! 1912. •>« ale to form over the steel. The mineralised lord oil used In | tile lubricating mixture by the Ford] ' Motor Company In made from a for mula prepared by the chemists of the Scorn puny One barrel of about fifty Iga lloim It* consumed each day. From the foregoing It Is plain that j>oft soap has ith place and no very moult one In the automobile bual [»«•"» (Adv.) ' (Continued .Monday.! THE CHXOHICIE-HEWS, TWHIDAD, COLORADO. THE CHURCHES The People's Mission. (104 First 8t.» Sunday service* 3 p in and 7:3u p. m Itev S. .1. Overstreet will preach at the eveuitig service, bo huving Just returned from Las Ve ga**. You are all Invited Cha**. An derson, puslor. LUTHERAN CHURCH ( Fine St i I Suuduy School at !». I’* This jSunduy our Uevotlonul services are 'conducted iu the German language • at 11 a. iu. The theme of the *er linou Is 'The Problem of Bductttlon *' All visitors nre wecoitie K Walter ! IScbiuldt Pastor. Baptiit Chun h 1 The pastor will speak to the Sun day school at 11 o - It** k Sunday morning. Sp» i iu! nmsb will be furnished by the cbolt and Sunday ( m litad. The Sunday si hind will open | as usual at fi - 4.'» a. in. The II. V I*. Jl prayer meet lug will begin at •»: 3U ( Ip IU A gospel Service will be held jut 7 30 p iu.— E. O llutler. pastor. Episcopal. [ Trinity Sliurch. corner Colorado !<*\eliues Itev. .1. O. Ferris, rector. Fourth Sunday Iu Advent. Suuday school a m Morulug service and sermon II o’clock Kveulng service and sermon 7 3u Services Christ man l>ay. leiw celebration 7:30 a m High celebration 10:3*1 a in SolrttioB Army Hall 11 (• N. Com men la I Kuslgn c; \V. Clue Iu charge Public meet ing In the ball every nUht except Monday. Sunday service: Holiness meeting 11 a. m. Sunday school ■ fc *;3u p in Salvation meeting R p m The Salvation Army will ha\r their ChrlAtman tree In the hall on Friday evening A ; bort progrutu mill be glveu Everybody Imped to nil services. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The pantor. Hev. H. K. Chandler. «til preach a Chriatouo* sermon to morrow at II a. m Subject "Ctirlat The Expression of God.” In thn eve ning lilt* theme will he "The Wlte Man.*' »*>jr the apeclal tiiuaic for lH»th nervleen see nrHlre elsewhere In this p»|»er. The organ recital h> Mr. Waldo t*onkle begins at 7:30 |». m The Hahbatli achool will give a Christmas entertainment In the au ditorium of the church on Tuesday evening consisting of a well arranged .program by the primary department and a tree with gifts for thin dc jpnrtmcnt. Other member* of the ' school will bring gifts lor distribu tion First M. E. South. Colorado and Arlxona Avenues Sunday s> Itool meets at I® a. m Preaching at II a m The Kpworth I League meets st 6.30. and Is an 'excellent service, full of inspiration lor »he young Christian. N The ev ening preaching service follow* the. ! young people’s meeting St 7:30. The I tnusb I* under the direction of Mrs. | .1. A. Laughlin. assisted l»y the • hunts ( 'choir of the church. Special mush j Sunday a. m. The Prince of Peace”, by le'slic. rendered by a double guar- , . tette. and Charles Wesley’s “Glory ( to the New Horn King ', by the « holr. i Mrs. loiughlln will sing as a solo.' • The Song of Ages.” and "Coras : and Worship*', by Montgomery The Sunday School Christmas exercises will take pluce Tuesday evening. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL iCorner State and Broom. » Frank Wood ltretnull. Pastor. Christmas service in the morning with appropriate aermon by the pan* | ton. Anthem “FUr Behold I .bring; You Good Tiding*.“ (Goivni. Kvoning Hcraion by the pastor. Autbetn. I ‘ Daughter of Zion" (Clarke, i The j choral music by the choir i* under the direction of Mr. Llewellyn Lewla! Kpworth league service at 0:30 led | by the prcrtldent, MU* Mlldren Thom-j a*. Prayer meet lug on Wednesday | evening. The Sunday school will j present uu Tuesday evening their! ChriMtiuH* program. The younger member* of the m-liool principally. will participate The iinuu! treat | 'will be given On Suuday eveiilug. j Dec. 29. the choir will render u Christmas program. The evening will largely be given lip lo mu*ic. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Set vice* iu the CiiruNtlun chinch! on Suuday a* follows Sundav school ial 9:4 5 u m . mill Chiimian Kndeav ot .it 6 30 p. m. At 11:00 a. in the minister will preuch oil the aubjeet of "The Message of liiriMtna* for To- | day." lu the evening the following | sacred cu ut at a will be rendered by the eholr. We cordially Invite the ] public to worship with um. The atere- 1 opticaii will he used In the evening! in connection with the cautatu. ' THE PRINCE OF PEACE. Invocation. Introductlou liiMlruuteiital I "Sing. O Heaven*". . Full Choruaj "The Heavenly King' . Has* Solo' Mr George Uirkctt. "And There Shull Come Forth" — Quartette Miooea Blggerstaff and Payne Mnwra. Whltenuck and Clifford "Fear Thou Not** Tenor Solo Mr. Hugh L. Morris "Hall Bethlehem' Alto Solo Mias Viola Teegardeu Failu Prof. Clifford "Ob Holy Night" ..Male Quartette Mewtr* Morris. Whitenack. Birkett and Clifford. "Bright Star of llo|>c" I»uct Miooea Viola and Luna T«eg*rden "O lllrsaed l«ord" . Soprano Solo Miss Jessie lllggerataff "Dlewed Be the Lord God" j Full Churua Beoedlctiou Randolph Cook SUPT. MADRID MAKES FAREWELL ADDRESS TO COUNTY TEACHERS County Superintendent of School* J M. Madrid spoke the words of fare, well to the teachers at the meeting nr the county trarheia aaoortallon held this morning at the high school. Prof. Madrid reviewed much of the work that bad been accomplished by tba schools during his terms of office and spoke hopefully *f the future of I the schools urn! urg4d the teachers, to exhibit the same painstaking In- . terest. that they have shown hereto-' (ore J. E Kane, superintendent , elect, spoke the words of greeting, i reviewed the splendid record of the rtlrlng *u(M»rlnteiident and gave the ii'«rbrri present the benefit of, some new Ideas. A splendid address* was delivered il»y Prof. \V. I). Mooney of the State' (Teachers' College at Greeley. Mr. |Mooney spoke of the W’ork of the l school* In general and hi* remarks I were loth Interesting and Instruc tive. Hupt. J. F. Keating of Pueblo stoke on rtir subject, "Who la The ; Educated Man," touching upon the ! different brauclie* and departments | of learniMg. and detailing result* at i tallied lu a general way. Hupt. J. K. , Morgan spoke of the relatlou between the city uud county school*. The |iiiuklcul part of the program waa fur ' uisliiNl hv tile higli iw-hool glee club and orchestra with a solo by Prof. A. 'll. Minton. Rene Adamson render- L-d a Spanish recitation, that w «* J very much cu Joyed. * DECEMBER 21. 1912. Saturday After Supper SALE OFFERING “Better Christmas Gifts for Less” Tonight , $5,00 Hand Bag Sale Christmas Leather Goods Special We have made a special effort to show the liuuduoiueM Hue of ladles' baud hags at s.'*.oo Seal and Morocco, silk uud leather llued. German silver and gun nietul frames, fitted with card caae and purse. 12 Styles 85.00 A Special in Traveling Bags, $5.00 If, uud 18-Inch hags of real leather, leather lined aud Ip-avy Urass trimmings. A reul liargaln at $5.00 Saturday Night Doll Specials *; uud ts llUnuo tlull«. -M lo :>» Inclil*, limit, rout liulr. nln-pln* *3.00 A wbole mill- mil oi di-wi—d tlool. flmrnclpr uud Idwiur dolln lor sl.:.n Kid lotd.v doll.. 12 liicl.m mil. lolulrd S^oS "Baby dolls" china head, bisque body. Jointed sl.2f» value $l,OO Bay Stochings tor Her Christmas Gift Women's f 1.50 Onyx pure silk hose. Double lop reluforced toe and heel. Black, white shd colors OBf "Onyx" fast black silk lisle stocking* High spliced heel. Double top*. The best w*e have for 50* Ladies * Ivoroyd Toilet Sets $1.19 Hrveyt piece toilet lu leather bag. satlu lining, a set that la well worth 12.00. Our price *l.lO CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Service* Held Humlav morning at 11. I«5 Flisl street Subject: "Is the 1 SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL -< SELECT Don Price J. GOLDSMITH & SONS Nemo and Henderson Corsets ■MMOMeeeeeeeoMeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeo Irnlvrrsr. Including Man. Kvolved by Im Aiomir Force?** Monday school at |»:3« a. tn. W*Nlnc*day rxrnlng tac *V|c«* at ft o'clock.