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Is Indispensable
[ to the future success of every
young man or woman
We particularly invite the young- people to open an account in thi
bank whose officers are willing at all times to assist them and give then
the benefit of their business experience.
THE INTERNATIONAL STATE BANK
Capital $lOO,OOO Surplus $15,00C
0. P. .TONES. President E. P, WIGHT, Vico President
W. R. CHAPMAN, Cashier H. K. HOLLOWAY, N ice President
C. It. RAPP, Assistant Cashier
Hie Trinidad National Bank
CAPITAL $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PRO PITS $60,000f00
DIRECTORS:
12. D. Wight 11. K. Holloway W. R. Chapman
Philip Schneider D. P. .Jones W. .1. Murray
Wo will be pleased In have your business and offer every accom
modation consistent with safe banking. Interest paid on time
deposits.
PRUDENT MAN*
/ PUTS HIS MONEY INTO
J OUR BANK,SOME DAY
HEJtfILL_HAVE^GOOD
The man with money in the bank is looked up to, because he
can DO things.
And there is just one sure way lo have money in the hank
PUT it there. And when you put it there let it STAY there and
ADD TO IT every lime you can.
And when you get it there don't let some smooth schemer
TRICK you out of your hard earned money by leading you into some
HAD investment. . i . • x ia
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank
The First National Bank
Good Things To Eat w
Jm Always Here
1 .
Oranges Oranges
$2.50 &
Extra Fancy California Sweet Navel Oranges, fine, ripe and juicy.
If a full box is too many oranges for you. order a half box at
$1.25
EXTRA LARGE SIZE. 35 C PER DOZEN.
THE CHRONICLE NEWS, TRINIDAD. COLORADO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1915.
PERSONALS
R. 1. Jone*. auditor for the D. *.£
• R. 0., arrived in the » ity lust nigh' j
from Denver and will spend u few
' days here.
' Miss lice Pellett expects lo Icuvq.l
Thursday for her home in Greeley,!
I after a visit with friends in this city.]
and in Raton.
«>. E. Decker and wife of Denver
, are in the city on u business pleas-1
lure trip. 1
Tl. Harrison of Raton Is In the city I
on a business trip of a few days.
George Tom hi in g of Red River.
N. M., is in the city on a few days’!
business trip. -t*
F. W. Newkirk and wife of Prl
tnoro are standing a few days in j
Trinidad on a business and pleasure
! I rip.
Mrs. I). J). Dodge lias returned to
Cokedalo after a day's visit, in this
j city the guest of Mrs. O. L. Davis,:
1 .1 r.
Miss Corinno Hercules is expected _
to return from Denver Thursday
Iniglit, after a week’s visit with Mr.;
land Mrs. \. P. Anderson.
Joe Gleason, buyer for tlie dry
goods department of the Jamieson
Mousefurnishing company, lias loft
for the east to purchase for the de
partment. W. M. Jamieson and Mil
dred McGowan left for the buying
• enters a few days ago.
Miss Kathryn Mason left today
I for Denver, where she will attend the 1
National Horso Show, being held
there this week, and will he tlie
guest of Miss Ruth Mnnby, formerly
of this city. Miss Mason expects to.
he gene a month or six weeks.
Miss Kaiser lias resigned her
position as stenographer for Attor
ney P. \V. ('lark, and lias left for To
peka. Kan., where she has accepted
,a "similar position. The position in
Mr. Clark’s office lias been tilled by
Miss T rod den.
Mrs. Lester Swink and small baby
of Rocky Ford, Colo., are expected
to arrive in the eity in a few weeks
for a visit with the Misses Evelyn
and Dot Sanders at their home on
Maple street.
I). A. Clark of pueblo is in the
city on a business trip of several
days.
Airs. \\. \V. Mark wood lias return
ed from the east, where she was
'•ailed on,account of the* sudden death
of her mother, the late Mrs. J. J.
Sykes.
.7. H. Abrams, ’superintendent of
the southern division of the C. & S.
left t!iis afternoon on a short inspec
tion trip north of this city.
Mr. ana Mrs. John Motton left,
this morning for Dalliurt, whore they
will spend a few days on business. .
They expert to open a dancing school
in Dal hart.
J. I>. Welsh, general superintend
' out of the C. & S., lias returned to
Denver after a short inspection trip
south of tliis city.
Miss Elsie Ramey lias returned to
Ludlow after attending the funeral
of the late Frank Anderson, held in
tliis city MoTiduy afternoon.
STOCK FOR SALE
The Century Building and Loan
association are now offering for sale
stock in series -Hi. Shares par value
SIOO. Payments f»oc per month on
each share. The profits on the se
ries that have matured have been
over eight per cent per annum.
Forfnrtlier information sc** Edward
11. Day. Secretary. Room 7. Elks Hlk.,
Trinidad, Colo. tf
CANADIAN WRITES
FRIEND OF GREAT
ARMY MUSTERED
A letter written by an employe of
the Canadian war department offices
in Toronto to a friend In this city
states that Canada has mustered an
army of 200,000 for home defense
since the European war started. This
is in addition to the large expedi
tionary force sent to the Wring line.
The I ‘tter further states that these
men are training both night and
day with feverish haste that Canada
may bo fully prepared for all eventu
alities.
CARY HOLDS BUSINESS
OF COUNTRY IS GOOD
New York. Jan. 20.—E. 11, Gary,
chairman of the United States Steel
I corporation, and head of the mayors
committee on unemployment, assert
ed in a speech delivered at a lunch
eon of the Merchants' association to
day that pecuniary advantages so
for as lie could judge.
"The business men of this country
arc ai the- present time on a better
-.basis than ever before." he.contin
ued. "Their management, their ron
fduct, their business morals are im
proved. their standards me higher.
Wc have before us promise of an
ora of prosperity, contentment and
happiness."
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
IDLE IN CHICAGO
Chicago, Jan. 20.—One hundred
thousand Chicagoans are out of work I
1 tills winter, according to a report of
public welfare commissioners to Airs.
Ilarriman today. This is exclusive
of the drafting populations.
WE PAID OVER
$19,000
INTEREST
to our saving* account depos
itors last. year. Did you get ■'
any part of this 1 If not be one
of them on July 1. We pay 4
per cent interest.
THE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS
BANK
ALUMNI TO
CONTEST FOR
HONORS TONIGHT
Tonight, at tlie Central J’nrk pa
vilion tiie alumni of the local high
school will contest for honors with
tlio present high school team. No
admission will he charged and be
cause of the stoves which have been
installed, the spectator will not suf
fer discomfort from the cold, as has
i been the ease heretofore. The game
will lie called at S o'clock, the first,
and second girls' team playing an
exhibition game before the main
event is pulled off.
The alumni team will lie com
posed of many of the old stars that
have represented the Blue and
White in years gone by and will
present a most formidable lineup.
Among those who will play for the
alumni are joe Cresto, once an all-
Colorado forward. Donald Wade,
one of the fastest players ever
turned out at the high school
"Polly" Jamieson, John Simpson,
Joe Jackson. Leslie Allen.
Coach Sinclair plans to use -three
teams against the alumni tonight
and will give all of his men a show.
H. Mitchell, Gugiiardi. G. Mitchell.
Rolando. Tafoya and Mars., for
wards; M. Cleuvinger. Prosser. I).
Cleavingor. Croak, Gallegos and
Dodder, guards; Easley, Hutler and
Murray, centers, comprise the squad
An exhibition game between the
. lirst and second girls' teams will
precede the alumni game.
VAGS ARE MOVED
OUT OF TRINIDAD
The police department of Trinidad
is making it uncomfortable for
"vags” tlte last few weeks. When
they are caught loitering in the
streets alter eleven o'clock and can
not explain their presence they are
usually interned in jail until morn
ing, at which time the chief, figura*
lively speaking, accompanies them to
•lie •Ity limits and dares them to
•onie hack. Last night Joe Sosa,
lunn (’araseo and Boyd Turpin were
picked up as ••vae**’’. and probably
will receive the usual treatment to
dn\ .
HELD FOR INVESTIGATION
R. R. Lindwall was placed in the.
city jail shortly after eleven o'clock
Inst night. The arrest was made be
cause Lindwall was soliciting a pur
chaser for two pair of shoes and a
nit ease in which lie was carrying
them. The police grew suspicious
because of the unusual hour at which
lie was trying to maxo the sale and
took liim into custody until investi
gation could he made.
RECRUITING OFFICER
MAKES GOOD RECORD
* A record of high efficiency lias
been established in the I V, days dur
ing which Sergeant Gibbs. U. S. A.,
ifus been iiw charge of the local re
cruiting office, 17 men having been
sqcurod for enlistment. The last
four of this number will he sent to
Denver today.
That the United States cavalry is
well sup; lied with men is evidenced
by tii.’ fact Hint only experienced
horsemen are now considered for that
branch of the service.
ISa KEEPYOUR %
CHILDREN STRONG
Some children catch one ailment
after another, hare colds after colds,
while other children are aeldom sick
If your children are pale or frail,
if they catch colds easily, lack am
bition or are backward in achoul,
they need SCOTT’S EMULSION
which is rich in the food elements
to create good blood to strengthen
their bodies and brains—SCOTT’S
EMULSION in free from al
cohol or habit forming drugs. JPKk
CHILDREN RELISH IT. ym
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
SOCIETY
Touriit Club Notioe.
1 Tho weekly meeting of the Tour- 1
' Ikl Club is being held this afternoon !
at the home of Mrs. .1. H Barnes on
Arizona Avenue.
Mri. M»rcer to Entertain. !
Mrs. J. A. Mercer will entertain at
an informal dancing; party tonight
at her lovely home on Grant avenue.
The guest list will include a num
ber of the members of the younger
set.
Miss Powder to Entertain.
.Miss Bertha Powder hus issued In
j citations for a dancing party to bo
given Monday night. January 23, at
the West theatre hull. In the nolgb
> borhdod of 100 inflations Itave been
isßued, tho guest, list including mem
bers of the younger set
Wedn«*»dav Evening Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Lunacy will
entertain tho Wednesday Evening
Bridge club tonight at their homo on
j Grant avenue. The substitutes for ;
the evening will lie Mr. and Mrs.
George Mullflre, and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Seeley. A two-course lunch
eon will bo served at the close of the
game. The club members who will
Ik* present are Mr. and Mrs. 10. I 1
Kane, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Chisholm.
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lunacy. Mr.
and .Mrs. J. A. Storm. Air. and Mrs
M. O. Danlord.
Mrs. Turner Hostess.
The Auction Bridge Club was de
lightfully entertained this afternoon
by Mrs. John Turner. At tho con
clusion of a most enjoyable game, a
two-course luncheon who served at
the card tables. Mrs. ,loi:n Hutnphr
reys, a former member ol' the club,
substituted, and the club members
present were Mrs. K. Halley, .Mrs.
1,. T. lUclile, Mrs. ,1. F. Sherman.
Mrs. A. F. Hollenbeck, Mrs. E. 11.
Pay. Mrs. John Conkie. Mrs. \ Wul
dran. Mrs. A. M. Sears, Mrs. A. C.
Hendrickson. Airs. Edward Wes*.
Mrs. W At. Jamieson and the ho-t
--ess.
Pierian Club Meeting.
A Victroltt concert of the .Metro- 1
politan Grand G;iera records, was a
• delightful feature of the Pierian
meeting held ibis afternoon with
Mrs. IT. S. Van Klyek at her home on
Topeka avenue. The reading of pa
pers by Airs. John Bell Hughs and
Mrs. Presnail, followed by a short
discussion, completed the afternoon's
program. “A Plea for the Animal of
the Jungles'' was the subject of Mrs.
PrcsnnH's paper, and Airs. Hughs
read an article on "England's Influ
ence with India ' Refreshments
were served late in the afternoon by
Mrs. Van Slyck.
Miss Biemer Delightfully Surprised.
Miss Anna Dletnor was the in -pi t
• ation lor a surprise party given last
night by h number of her friends
who gathered at her home and spent
tin* evening In a most enjoyable man
ner. The party was given in honor
of Miss Dicmor's birthday. .Music
and dancing were indulged in and
refreshments were served at the close
of the evening. Those who purthi
pnted in the surprise were the Misses
Mary Forte, Anna «Cntanni, Frances
and Snra Alaynarili, Anna Tallearo,
Agnes and Marie Lynch: .Messrs.
Martin Arlan, A. Catanni, Joe Ro
bino. L. Tlmponi. Hector Alusso, C.
Forte and B. Lynch.
Reception of Father Marsden.
Two iiundred guests were present
at the reception given last night at
the \V. W. Taylor home, by the ves
try and guilds of Trinity Episcopal
church, in honor of their new rector.
Rev. father Arthur Mardeu. and
wife. The various ministers of the
city and representatives from the
different churches were present, as
well as the members of tho / Episcopal
church and their friends. Rev.
Father Marsden and wife and Airs,
Marsden, Sr., and several of Llo* mem
bers of the guilds ami vestry wore in
the receiving lino, the guests ex- ,
tending to the honor guests a most
-ordial welcome.
Red and green were the colors used i
in decoraling the spacious Taylor
uome, quantities of red carnations
ami palms adding at tractiveness to
the affair. A buffet luncheon con
sisting of cake, coffee and ice cream,
was served in the dining room at the
• lose of tlie evening. An interesting
program was given as follows:
Address of Welcome- Rev It. E.
( handler
Vocal Solo .vlt« Rachael Allan, r
Vocal Solo- Airs. K. K. Chandler.
Vocal Solo—-Helen Ifanawald.
Vocal Solo -Rev. ,Arthur .Marsden.
Piano Solo —.Miss Ruth Clark.
Trio—Aliases Evelyn and Do. San
dors and Sewell Barker.
Piano Solo—-Mrs. W. G. J'lestod.
Tenor Solo—Mr. Davis.
Duet (piano and violin)—Price v
Dunlavv, Jr., and Walter Woodward. >
The vestry and guilds are very i
grateful to the members ut;d friends !■'
cf rite church who helped to make • ■
the reception a success.
BIG CROP YARNS
A farmer sent his hired man »o >,
a neighbors saying: "Friend Smith:
Will you lend me your crosscut saw y
ns I wish io cut a watermelon up so c<
1 can get. it in the kitchen?
The neighbor wrote back: "Friend
Jones: r would be glad to Joan you y
my saw, but shine lias just got stuck y
in a oantllope." >\
Chronlcle-Xewa, 50c a month. . jj
I Men’s Dress Shoes I
, I You will have to have a pair of our Black Cloth Top Patent I
■ Leather Dress Shoes if you expect to attend the dances and social I
■ functions that arc so numerous at this time of the year. I
j THE P. & W. SHOE CO. |
CATALINO HURLS CUSPIDOR
THRU POOLROOM WINDOW
After hurling a large brass cusp!
dor through the plate glass window
of tlie Columbian pool halt early last
night, Tony Cntnllno, better known
as Tony Caponi, musician and ama
teur prize fighter, was arrested and
I lodged in the city Jail. Another fre
quenter of tho place with whom
Cat.ilieo is said to have had a dispute
I was picked up later and lodged in
> jail.
The trouble is alleged to have
started over a game of pool and Gr.’.a
lino, becoming angry, picked up the
cuspidor and hurled it at tho head
of tho other party to the quarrel,
who dodged tin* object, which crashed
Enough the window and rolled Into
the street. The case will he heard In
police court this afternoon.
UNIDENTIFIED DEAD MAN
FOUND NEAR RUGBY
In response to a call from the
constable at Rugby. Coroner
Thomas Bradley and Deputy
Coroner Hall this afternoon left
for that place to taae charge of
the dead body of an uuident Ified
man reported found near there.
No details of the death had
been reported here Into this af
ternoon.
FEDERAL AGENTS TO
PROBE FORGERY TRUST
New York, Jon. 20. -The ovist
once of so-called forgery trusts with
extensive ramifications and many
agents thruout tlFnitod States was
announced here today by a private
detective agency empjloyod by the
American Bankers’ Association, to
Investigate a Hood of forgeries that
have lately poured into New York
banks.
It was said that agents of the or
ganization had been shadowed for
weeks and that many art' j ts would
.be made through the com within
• n hours.
William J. wi ado the
statement, said thn one arrest al
ready had been made in rontit'i tiefl
with the investigation which has
been conducted since last October,
been conducted since Inst October
The man under arrest, Air. Burns
said, was Joseph Dalsh. known sis
Joe Rogers, who was locked up in
Stamford. <,'onn.
Air. Burns said that tin- organiza
tion V. headquarters were in view of
Now York City and that it main
tained an auditing department with
a system under which the proceeds
of hundreds of forgeries were divided
equally among the members of the
so-called trust.
I ~ Mid- Winter |
wRv Clearance Sale of
| Men’s
fiqg/* Overcoats I
I If ’HI NOW I The Time f
I' 'iMI YOU CAN T AFFORD TO MISS IT. |
M :f|f THIS SATE MARKS THE WINTER'S >i
If 41 jUlf RECORD FOR VALUE GIVING IN />
3 111 ' dUEI OVERCOATS. THE SEASON'S NOV- «
» ELTIES. AS WELL AS THE CON- X
■MM I SERVATIES. IN FASHION'S BEST & «
■IN I NEWEST J'ABRICS CHINCHIL- «
MW I LAS. TWEEDS. CHEVIOTS AND X
Ml HOMESPUNS. YOUR CHOICE OF |
| 10 *4 $lB and $2O values $13.501
Garpenier-Weber Clo, Co. |
g *The Store for Men” g
PAGE FIVE
Anti - Skid Chains
Safety First
It may seem expensive to use
chains on all four wheels, but it's
the cheapest when you start to skid
ding. Our stock of weed chains is
complete.
Trinidad Novelty Works
Obituary
MOORE.
The funeral of \nlta, the infnn*
daughter of Air. and Alrse. Albert
Moore, of Valdez, who died Alondav
night was held at 2 oh lock this after
noon from th<* parent's home: inter
ment wiis made in the Valdez ceme
tery.
XIRIZIO.
The funeral of the late tins Kinzio
.•as held litis morning at 10 o'clock
from the Hull-Mc.Muhon Undertaking
chapel, a Greek priest from Pueblo
officiating. Burial was made in the
Knights of Pythias cemetery.
FERNANDEZ.
Mrs. Isabelle Fernandez, To yearn
ol age. died this morning sit the Fer
nandez ranch home near Aguilar
The deceased is survived by a hus
band and several children _ _Tk°
funeral will be held from the hue
residence near Aguilar Thursday
afternoon, and interment w ill ho
inside in the cemetery near there.
The Salvation Army rau use any
cast-eff clothing, furniture, k”2hen
utensils, dishes, bedding, etc. Any
one having any of such please phono
Red 21162 and they will be called
for promptly. Thanks.—f'nptnln E.
a -Bias.
Chronicle-News, 50c per month.
REPAIRS
We Repair Anything
Mechanical
See Us for Bicycle, Motorcycle,
Lock and Key Work
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