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MONDAY, JANUARY 3, ID2I.
PAGE EIGHT Winter Millinery Slashed Starting Today, Janury 3rd, we shall offer the balance of our stock of Winter Millinery at less than wholesale cost Your choice, any Un- Your choice any Your choice any trimmed Hat— Children’s Hat— . Trimmed Hat or Banded Sailor— sl,oo 51,50 $3,00 Worth up to $7.50 Worth up to $7.50 Worth up to $18.50 B The Opportunity of Buying Three Hats For the Price of One. ■ Will never present itself again. Come early. wryj /y fl Our new Satin and Flower Hats arc not included I \ THREE MILITARY FUNERALS HELD The funeral:' «»f three former **er ri- e men were Iv'ld yesterday Jiftcr i. on iti Pueblo. Two of the services held at the City Auditorium, erected primarily in honor of the i- • ni«*ry of American soldiers from Pueblo who died while on duty in At 'lf Memorial Hall th° remains of Harold II Davidson and Ora <' 1 * an were fittingly honored by niem- J • r* «*f the pueblo Post No. L*. Ameri can I*cgiou and Veterans of Foreign War*. A , the services opened in Memorial 1 I Miss Ma.be] Slarkns played the processional «-n th** pipe organ, while former members of the A. K. I’. marche.J slow ly to th«irseat*. Reverend W T. Ililton conducted the funeral services. paying fitting tr.lmte to the services of th*» two boys in their enmity s honor. Mrs. W. .1. K** 1• I sang “Face to Karr” over the I.a >ri i■ ■ * ..f the soldiers l , whose coffins wet a- ;<>rnea| w ith the American fine, while a. the head of each coffin was ; i»i«*i iji- - t af th* young i'uebloans In uniform. r lorn I tributes were given by friend* - , relatives and members of Army Service bodies in Pueblo. Among other beautiful tributes were IWo golden stars, done in flowers •irnificant of the .supreme .sacrifice. E ea.rts front the American legion .anti V* trrans of Foreign "Wars were In nde«| by .lames Sears, vie • com iivonder. assisted by Sperry 1 ’ irltard. t’oJors were home by Alfred Vrrlng ton. while beside him marched two guards, t: t>. Giilfcrson and C. .1. Stetson. Pali hearers were: H. T*. Ua dwell. K It. Crissnian. A J. Walk er. Jerry Monagne. i*. A. Sullivan and }*. Kaplan. Russel tinni hratled the Veterans of Foreign Wars body with color bearers and guard Pall bearers In this rase were; j. || Nation. William Zarn. Audrey Kay lor. Oorre .tonnes, Rosco J-.ittimer, and Fred 1/Cggitt. At Rose lawn eonietery. where inter ment wa*» made under th** direction of T. i!. Mci'nrihy. untlertakcr. "Taps" wrre blown by bugler., while a firing t*quad flre.i a salute. \\ hilo the above Pueblo service men were being honored at the City Audi torium, the body of Arthur Murray was being honored at the United Davis-Vories I'ndertnklng parlors. Reverend Frank Fklen was In charge of the services. Mrs. I. M. Johnston. Mr-, i Seorge Lilz an«l Mrs. Jot Jones sang “Hod Will Take pare Of You” and “The Home of the Soul “ Miss Kill Hugh l :-, accompanied by Mlmi Thelma McQuaide, played violin solo. "«_>! lx*ve That Will Not Let Me Go.” Pall bearers were: R. K. Long. C. I*. I itiugta. \ ictor Harel. Karl Itun* lap, .1. C. Bowen, L. T. Rixlcr. J." S. P.reetwor, It. N. (ioldsberry, 11. L Moran and I). K. Stevenson. At UoseJawn cemetery SotHh Pueblo Masonic Lodge No. HI conduct ed the Masonic burial services, while a tiring .«piai| from tlm Veterans of Foreign Wars with a bugle squad completed the military honors. Majestic Celebrates Third Annual Party The th.nl annual New Year's party t e Maj. * tb* theater, given by Alan tg-r- Puts haw and Shepard for rtn- I loye.w. their families, show people and close friends of the management, was held Saturday night at the theater. About 125 persons attended. A two ror| comedy was shown, followed by a banquet at midnight, served on the »-tngr. The evening was passed In lancing nnd general merry-making. Reside* gi\ |ng the employes a «*han*-• to enjoy th<* New Year's holiday spirit In proper fashion, the Idea of the the. fltrr manager < afford- an oppnrtuni’; for those Nomads of America, tlv* vaudeville performers, In partake in festivities wherefrom their profession ordinarily precludes them. The man agement considers that everyone ts entitled to a share In New Year's, and 1 here annual parties were originated to seo that theater folk were not for gotten. One-Half OFF ALL LAMP SHADES—PRYOR’S SOME LITTLE PEOPLE I HAVE MET (Egnaro) The .subject of this sketch sells tiling to eat, and He Irarned that oilier ropt that it might Jie said he is noted more fur his churehanity than Chris tianity: Tact is, there nothing remarkable about that, for tliere.i* a multi tude of such cases. However, he stand- fairly in the community which he inhabits, which could he easily contained in a circle reaching out two miles from the Pueblo postoffiee: or did .land, perhaps 1 had hotter say. Prcnd and butter is mighty good eating when a fellow’s even moderately hungry, or even when lie isn’t. Butter has been proportionately or dispro portionately expensive with other articles generally adopted as food- a good many people will agree with that statement surely. Any way, butter Fas tumbled with its figures pretty considerably of late, until for some time it was hut AO cent® at retail. The subject of this sketch sells things to tat. and he lenrned that other people in his line were going to relehrate tht holy Christmas day by closing their stores on that day as well as Sunday. It was generally understood that all such places of business would do this and ibus show I heir respect to the Savior of the world. Now. what do you suppose this fellow did? lie chased around to other stores just before closing time on Chri-unas eve and bought up a quantity of butter at. AO cents a pound and on Christ mas morning (shrewdly anticipating that man* good people would forget to lay in their butter supply for two days), he opened up hi? place and sold butter all day Christmas at 75 rents n pound. The next day lie was at church and saint (less)ly he smiled on the brother*' and sisters he had the day before fTiched out of a quarter on eeeli pound of butter he sold them. DORMITORY BOYS CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR AT STEEL WORKS "Y" 1( The Dormitory club rf the Steel , Work? "V“ gave one of the moat cn- Joyable dances vet held under the aus . plcea of that club at the #, Y” gym on ’ New Year'* eve. The hall was pro fusely decorated with numerous rolor f ed streamer.*, Japanese lanterns and ’ gorgeous colored balloons, all offset : with our national colors In the form of gigantic American flags. The orefrej i tra was encased In the renter of the . ' hall surrounded by large potted fern-' and draped with red and white stream- I era. The novelty balloon dance was very popular with the guests, the idea , of the dance being to make everybody acquainted with each other, and this novel idea proved v ery successful. Ml*«s Florence Mlshou. who lately return**'! • from the Pacific roast, after extensive training in some of the best dancing schools in the west, entertained b> ' giving a Spanish dance in costume, vvhiejj was greatly appreciated by the throng present. During Miss Mlshou's dance. serpentine streamers vvero thrown from the balcony of the gym nasium over the fantastic steppers on the gym floor, which made one of the most spectacular scenes ever witness -1 ed in Ihieblo. At different, times thruout the even ’ ing the guests were presented with f noise-making devices, furnished by the I club, such as tin horns, whistles, rat tles. etc . and Judging from the din the possessors were not backward To using the aforesaid articles. Promptly at 12 o’clock the birth of I the New Year was celebrated with n » shower of confetti. The floor was co* - er< d to a depth of two inches and It !« claimed some of the guests' mouths • held about the same quantity. Dancing was indulged In until 12:.V) and many were the regrets expressed I over the early endjng. The dance was < enjoyed by I .'A couples. Music waa fur nished by Weldon's Peerless orchestra. The hoys are under many obligations i to Physical Director Junes, chairman ' of the decorative committee, for the i able and painstaking way he handled this big Hem With a corps of 15 wlll • Ing workers. Mr. Jones started in at 8 : o'clock in the morning and tolled un rea«ingly until nearly 7 o'clock in the evening, and that he vvns a great suc • en«?; was manifested by voices of up i provnl from the targe gathering. i The refreshment booth was prettily draped with numerous colored lights md decorations, and the ever-smiling Mrs. Rowe. Mother Gault and Flossie Gault dispensed the appetising re freshments thruout the evening Two prixes were awarded for the THE PVEBLO CHIEFTAIN best representation of characters. Th-* judges had much difficulty in selecting the winner from among the olaborat" costumes displayed on this gain occn slon. hut finally derided that Mrs. V. J Scott of t’anon City, representing the Indian squaw, was entitled to th* first prize, and Mr. •'. J Hundershot', representing George Washington, wa> entitled to the gentleman's prize. Spe cial mention was announced at that time of Mrs. Minnie lionvey. Miss Ag nes I .yons. Miss ‘Ellen Johi.ston, rep resenting Martha Washington. Miss lf»21 and the country girl, report Ively. Among the gentlemen receiving spe cial mention was our own Sheriff Sam uel Thomas, representing the Mud Town constable. |»v lieek' who also act ed ns rhieken inspector Mr. Mnnley Mum ford, as the Spanish matador; Mr Harry T. Murpliy as a mamma's hoy. With other representations too numer ous to mention. Among guests present* were Dr. R W. t'orwln. Mrs A. H. Lightcy, wife of the recently elected vice president of the <‘dorado Fuel and Iron company, and others from out of the city. This was an example to the vlnltlng guests of the diversion from - the usual style of entertainment on New Year'* eve. which proved very favorable with the many present. Death of Mary Burgess At Lake City, Colo. Mim Mary Bertlna rturgeas. only daughter of Colonel nnd Mrs. D. A l urges*, died at the parental home In 1 sake City, Colorado on the night of January 1, after n sickness extending • ver some weeks, during which time everything was dßn«- l*v physicians and friend* that could he done to ease the pain and suffering and prolong the life of one who was so near and dear to all who knew her. r*n account of her sweet, lovable disposition and ambition.* nature, and one especially drnr In the home of the parents whose liver, she had blessed and enriched by her lovable, happy disposition from childhood to womanhood. The sin cere sympathy of the hundreds of friends and acquaintances of Colonel and Mrs. Burgess In # Pueblo nnd all over the mining sections of Colorado where they are so well and favor ably known, will he extended to them In ill's hour of great bereavement. The fdneral of Miss Burgess will he held from the family home In Lake City on Wednesday. January F», IJRM. You Want The BEST We have it. Let’s get together. Order your fuel of The Iron City Fuel Company E. E. WITHERS, Man»gei. 170 S. Santa Fa. . j Phona 016-517. ; CITY BRIEFS i HINSDALE RESERVES- The Hiiis jdale Girl reserves will meet after school today in the Y. W. C. A. gym j nasium t»n Seventh street. Phone 558. Moore's good coal. HAULING of all kinds. Thone 647. HYDRO-STONE HOMES. Phone 673. THK rt KBLo MUSICAL SOCDF.TY will meet at the city library Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock. New work will be started and a full attendance is re nulsetcd. PHONE FQRBUSH FOR COAL. All-Steel Safe* and Cabinet*. Th* Best. O’Brien Printing Co. r MINTING SISK VICE FRANKLIN PRESS FAREWELL PARTY A farewell party and supper will b*- held in hon or uf Mr and Mrs. Torbatt this even ling in the y. W. c A gymnasium m I Seventh street The management of Kv’crybody's store will act as hosts. FOR AT L kina* or mrrnanlcal work, j die-making, metal-stamping. icrew ' machine work, pattern work, to de j velop Inventions, and building speclAl- I machinery see THK IMPROVED POWER A MACHINERY COMPANY. ; Engineers and builders. 3f9-31l So. j Victoria Avenue, Pueblo. Colorado. 200 1 feet from th© Union depot. I J. K CAMPBELL- of the Mallaby ' R'ampbeii Invemmont companv is ! planning to go to Denver to be a' ! the opening of the legislature. II • will also go to Fort Morgan to in | spec t some realty holdings that ar . under his company's supervision. i U. fl. Public Healtn FVae Clinic for th© treatment of Venereal Disease# of men and women. Hours for men. 1:10 to 10 a. in.. Monday. Wednesday Friday and Saturday; 7:10 to S:10 r. m.. Monday, Wednesday and Friday ' Hours for women. 8:30 to 10 a. m.. Tuesday and Thursday. Rooms 217 and . *is Central block. IF CHIEFTAIN CARRIER BOY "Fails’’ you. call 1956-W, between 7 and 7 30 o'clock. THK women’s department of the ; Steel Works club announce that the gymnastic and swimming classes vvll ! resume their regular schedule on Mon day All women.and girl* who have! been unable to nttond during tho bed day rush arc urged to return this week so that their names will not be drop ped front the roll. NOTICE We offer One Dollar to any Boy or Girl under seventeen for the best ad vertisement writte n ea. h week. Wl* .. we want Is something catchy that will bring good results. Gmllar to the ono now running in the Chieftain. “Service is our Motto.” Mail ’ your adds to the Colorado Transfer Company. The one that ap pears In the paper receives the dollar by railing nt tho office. COLORADO TRANSFER CO. PHONE 11. 124 W. First SL Musical Society to Take Up New Work The Pueblo Musical society, having | held no meeting since last March, will convene at th** City Library Tuesday evening at 8 n\*loc.k for a discussion uf the now work before it. The last work of the organization j was in connection with the chorus of i the pilgrims* pageant. Thomas Christian. sticeesnoi* t<» Wardner Williams, as director, has) many ideas regarding the probable j next Work nf the body and those mat-I tors will l>e gone Into thoroughly at . tlie meeting Tuesday. l Auto Licenses Not Yet Received Officers from the county clerks head quarters announced last night that automobile licenses for the year had not been received as yet. and that a shipment was not oxpe.-trd for some time. Enquiries have been received :< t the clerks office during the past week concerning tin* Issuance of tho new licenses, and .it Is given for in formation of motorists that a few day*, of grace nf«* permitted been use of ll\e non-shipment of new numbers. John Try wa t ha. has been engaged as automobile licenses clerk until nil mo torists are served. Machinery recently devisor! will lav concrete on a roadway !• to 12 inches In thickness, covering 11,000 square fe**t Iti a day. // U. ~ '■ ‘ '■■■ TTT— ? ii ■ I I .. ~ ■ \ # EVERY Woman will find it supiisingly profitable to fill all requirements during this unequalled value giving event. This store wide clearance sale is bringing ever increasing crowds here day after day. It is a money-saving event that establishes once again our unalterable rule to dispose of all merchandise in the specific season for which it is bought. The persons who miss the next two weeks of this Great Sale will surely regret it. You'll Always Do Better At HERMAN’S PHONE 1800 NORTHERN AVE. CAPACITY AUBIENCE AT STEEL "Y" CONCERT The seating capacity of thf* auditor ium in the Steel Works “Y" is 1.2 30. Every available seat was occupied at the Sunday afternoon free concert . yesterday and by actual count more than seventy-five w«n - landing along the wall of the foyer. it was in fact ’he largest audience attending any “Y" concert this season, and enjoyed a program replete with vocal gems, i comedy skits and music by Dell's Novelty Orchestra and a short .addr. s- Jby Prof. J. F Kealing. superintendent I ,*• f the south side schools. II was nnj audience representing every section of , Pueblo. Parked cars occupied tvv <> j blocks space along t'anul street and lon Evans aventi where each succeed ing strec* car from downtown d**- , posited tit quota from the west nnd < cntral Mesas. Naturally O. F A I jci mpanv employe* accompanied by j their women folks and children were I conspicuous both on th** orchestra 1 floor an*.l In the gallery. J While every number on the pro- | I gram merited the liberal applause ;».* ! [corded and encores were responded, to. special mention Is given a soprano j solo. "Spring Time" by Mrs R W. ; Gibbons Th«* lady ha* a pure fir x j i tide voire of wide range and evinces good training. The applause follow ‘ J tug her melodious number was so | : vigorously insistent thk't sh«- gave to; encore but declined a second one. ( Mrs. W. t». Renig was her accompan- ■ ■ ist. Mrs. Ross Wetzel sang a soprano min. “The Road *»f Looking Forward") ir excellent voice and c> wefi tved' that th*? Indy kindly responded with, an encore. Miss Mildred Wetzel w:i ' her accompanist. A violin solo by Phillip Grolnetz 'A Spanish Dance" was a musical gem greatly enjoyed and called for an **nc«jr* which w.« granted. Miss Pearl Roth wa* the a** com pan ist on the piano. Prof. J. F. Keating's short talk was appropos of the new* year Ills theme was along the lines of self denial and . repression of extravagance, declaring ' that th" greatest happiness ram** t*» j those who gave more than they re ceived Tl*e professor t* always an l entertaining and instructive talker. ;»nd he was closely followed by th**i audience, merited applause greeting i j the close of his remarks. Lew Brennlson’s black fare .•-kit. i j “Room 14 and 4f»" was very funny, 'giving Lew ample scope for coin* dy 'stuff. The Dormitory boy* liking; part in th** skit were: Hotel owner. Harry Murphy; soldiers. Harry I Slaughter and Ross Wilson; Italian i IGarl Ko'dell; ghosts. Steve Grim* - and . Georg" RutLicr. I The exceptionally fine program 1 closed with musical selections by I Dell's Novelty Orchestra. Thor** ar**'. j seven musicians In th** organlzatlbn I land they are sure melody* its well as j 1 grotesque stunt makers. The boys' I have a clown make-up and 'they do,' great Jazz work. It Is a local hunch • j *.f intisiejnns end th* y are going on :i j . | vaudeville circuit It was with re luctance th** audience let them ceas** , playing and after half a dozen en- ; cores. Mr Phitsttnn conic on th** : f.tge and requested th** audience to stood and sing a verse of “America", thus 1 closing two hours of raru enjoymenu Tho community singing by the nudi- : once led by Mr. t’hrlstlnn wa* entered Into with a will. Miss Pearl Roth at i the piano. CENSUS SHOWS TOKIO SEVENTH WORLD CITY Toklo, Jnn. 2. -<f'orrespondence of the Associated Press) -The figures of the recent census show that Toklo is the seventh city of tho World with « population of 2.147.1 W. Th** population of Osaka, th** second ‘city of Japan, i* 1.218.061? but If the suburbs are includ ed usnka’s population D 2.570.3»?1. A HORNET CAN MOVE YOU QUICKLY BUT SO CAJ< THE Colorado Transfer Co. AND WITHOUT ANY DISSATISFIED FEELING. PHONE 11. 124 HAST ST REGULAR TRIPS TO COLORADO SPRINGS EVERY WEEK n? .\iic«* reck MANAGER MITCHELL WINS A TROPHY —— Manager Harry L* Mitchell. **f tin , Knight-<'umphel! Musi** •■•mpanv op j positc th- p... t office. i*i urn*'*! from’ Denver on Friday evening, where In ha*l been for four days attending a >*on j ventlon of the Kntgh’-• *amphcll man i gers nnd salesmen from six state-.' land incidentally Mr Mitchell brought I homo with him .« beautiful *llv* • (awarded to the manager of th- brat-- M \ , house showing I li«• greit*-.t >al*** for I the year JOL’" * 'onsld*-ring ihe fa« t 1 1 that the Knight ’ampbdl Muab com ' I Paliy h.«s hran. ti liouh*** in the lend- ! 'ing c|ti«*s of six state-- adjoining Colo | r.»*|n. tlie showing mad* by Mating* r Mitchell i remarkatd* and reflect* much credit upm Mr Mltehsll'.* bus.-' I ness aldlity and salesmanship. Mr | Mitchell feel* grut**fu! to hi - friends ‘ I a |«tr*inn who have .!**»*! by him s<» • loyally the past year, and during 1921 • i h ' - hop**.* to (Jo a larger business and j ‘give better service than ever. Sawhill Will Arrive Tuesday | ’’ontrary to former r* ports that Die I new county agricultural agent. Snuhil!. j . would !••• in Pueblo today to nicer j farmers tn a con(eren«-c at the county ! *'*mrt hous< at 10 o’clo**k this morning. ' • •omes a statement from K It. Foils, j assistant county agriculturist in charge that Sawhill «111 h«* unable to reach I | this *-it\ iiutil Tuesday morning, wh *n I he will meet farmers of ttifi* distrl*” ; Sawhill. a man of long experience agri'-’iltural and hurticnltura 1 circle*, j « om**w from canyon "ounty. New M* \- :c*i. where he ha * been encaged tn aid- j ing farmers. Prior t*. that tlm. he! was sJmIU-ly' rng.ig *1 in th. farming l districts of ’oiva LOCAL WEATHER REPORT I For 21 hour., ended at ♦? i . in., an 1 22. 1921. (Temperature: Ham. 12m. 6 p.m. I Dry Inilh r.t 15 4‘t j j W* *5 bulb ::y Rela tlvi hbmldit j I Direction of wind w I j Velocity <d •.< |nd \% j State of weather. t'lear PtfldvJ I Normal temperature for tills date. 'Mi I degree*. Mean temperature fur today. 1| «)■•- i gree*. Variation in teniperatur * in Jt hours. ; 8 degrees warmer. Highest teniperature, 5:5 degr* . . it ' 3 p. tn. I Highest temperature recorded * thi month. :?:) years. 73 degrees. lowest temperature, :’t degree* at • a tn. Lowest temperature recorded this j month. I.T years. ■-’’• degrees. I Highest wind velocity, no miles, from Ihe w e*t. at ?: 10 p. m. j Normal preclpltntlmi to dot*-, .02. J Time of sunrise. .1:. Jt . m. I Time of sunset, !:.'.*• j. m. W t». FI LLER. Weather Bureau.' "Time and Tide' i* th** nanm of a Isindon tiewspnp**r w lu ll Is owned and Icontrollcd entirely by women. HIGH TENSION , Bosch Magnetos, S2O I !>«'■! • SI 5.00 Simms SI 5.00 Big 4 Auto Parts House 110 N. SANTA FE. PHONE 407. Cut Your Coal Expense « O \|„ .*»«,• flu SACK KINDI.INt.. rilltll sM'kS. <l»" (■ikml i mil. **• <»•••!»( Drill ere Colo. Iron & Metal Co. • Iftl N. Mcrluwiln si. j CONCRETE BURIAL VAULTS Made in Pueblo, aro lup'rlor to nny mike of Steel Vaults, cost len* are reinforced, vermin and water proof, eternal ns the pyramid* and will prevent the grave or your I loved one from ever sinking, oold by all PUEBLO UNDERTAKERS Marriage Licenses, Births and Deaths IHKD 1 ''• M, K. 'l' \nnl«\ aged $7 yearn | at .i lo< n| hospital yesterday | Po»|> atT. •, Met *arth> & to. ! CAI-LKSTKK. i Ivde Herbert. «g. d fl. yen t . t r loca I ho* l"* 1 ' at 1 I ; Ml t arth\ £ ' ~ TI •iNKi.V Ml Mon ag-d H jnir >CMtirilM> at j, local hospital ,: <xly at T. <i. Met'artliy Ai t o. fTNKIMI, NOnCW | I lie fum ral of Dominic Ocorge w-d Inld till* m<irnliig .ii o’clock fron tin' Mi Minn fuin rul parlor*. Mini ' from .Mount t'arnnl ehurnh. Hun* | " HI l*' 1 In lluvr law n cemetery. The fum r .l «,f Jo vph Phloh will !■ •"•Id this aft«moon from thn MeMlnn i 1 ndcriaklni; parlors at | oelonk. In t-rment will 1.. in Hom .awn. The funeral of Antonio Horten ■ " *•! It*kc plane at p» u nlock tl.lf* mom iiiK from the familv retddonee at Arroyo *tr*«t. Htirlal will |>n at Ro lawn Tim funeral will he In charge > i Met 'art hy -1 trow n. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY reward for the return of trunk. Ijont between depot and "I* I’rnHdwiiy. «’out,-nix of no v alue cvnrp ! lo owner. No f|iiostion«« asked. 11. H fpoitKler. r»l!t Wev* Twelfth street