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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1921. '
PAGE SIX
MRS. FRANK A. WELLS DIES IN
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA
Mm. Elizabeth Barratt Wells, wife
of F. A. Wells, a resident of pueblo
until last July, died In San Jose,
Calif., yesterday morning at 11
•’clock at the homo of her daughter.
Mrs. R. A. Sword. Mrs. Wells or
ganized the first Parent-Teachers as
sociation in Pueblo In the latter part
of 1 f»10 and also originated the idea
of the Mothers’ Congress council
which plan has been adopted by the
National F.-T. association. Mrs.
Wells was active in promoting the or
ganization of the following move
ments in Pueblo: Supervised play
grounds; better babies movement;
board of screen picture censorship:
thru her efforts the Child Welfare
association became a part of the
municipal government; interested the
school boards and the c. F. A- f. to
ward the support of the Child Welfare
station. Mrs. Wells was president of
rh« Pueblo County Mother’s congress
and Parent-Teachers association for
eight years. She was active chair
man of Pueblo Municipal Child Wel
fare heard for two years. During the
war Mrs. Wells was appointed state
and county chairman of Child Wel
fare by the war hoard and chairman
of the Pueblo .Food Conservation
committee. Thru her activity and In
spiration the Child Welfare movement
of city and state has been acknowl
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Cedar
Chests
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Our large stock is more depleted every
day. but we are still able to offer a good
selection for your satisfactory choosing.
And you could not select a more desirable
gift for the home. Its neat appearance—
its almost indespensible usefulness in pre
serving costly fabrics and furs pays divi
dends every year of its indefinite service.
Think of it—A practical sized chest.
36-inch inside measurements, at the low
special price of
$lO.OO
A 45-inch chest substantially built of
beautifully grained red cedar. Special
$17.50
N Mahogany or Oak Smoking Stand
edged as of national importance in
parent-teacher work. Mrs. Wells was
a woman beloved, of high ideals and
an intense love for children.
Mrs. Wells has been in deelining
health but a few months, having
sought relief at Mayo Brothers’ hos
pital in June And not being encour
aged there, she in company with her
husband, left Pueblo on July -8 for
Ca lifornia.
Mrs. Wells was born in London,
province of Ontario. Canada, in 1854,
being 67 years old nt. the time of her
dea*h. She came to Fountain. Colo
rado, a bride, coming to Pueblo in
1881. Her father was Joseph Bar
ratt, pioneer, who died in Pueblo sev
eral yearn ago. Her husband waa
engaged in the music business in Pu
eblo for 86 years. the firm being
known as Pueblo Plano company.
The Wells resldencp was at 211 West
Twelfth street. Mrs. Wells is sur
vived by sly children. They nro
Mrs. R. A. Sword. San Jose; Ben T.
Wells, of (iuatamala. Central Amer
ica: F. Barratt Wells, of Ordway,
Colorado: IN*. M. Wells, of Berkeley,
Calif.; Arthur C. Wells, Eos Angeles,
Calif., and R. Dean Wells, of Guata
mala. Nine grandchildren also nur
vlve. In 1919 Mr. and Mrs. Wells
took a trip to (Juatamala to visit
their son, Ben. returning the first 1
of March. 1920. While absent their i
THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN
INSURANCE TO BE
GIVEN AS PRESENTS
The Ray-McKinney Clothing com
pany will give the employes of their
Pueblo, Ea Junta and Durango stores
SI,OOO worth of life insurance protec
tion as Christmas presents this year.
The policy is written to cover all of
the employes of the organization col
lectively, any protection forthcoming
will be paid directly to the employes,
according to the arrangements with
the Missouri State Eife Insurance com
pany with whom tho policy has been
taken.
STRANGE ISN’T IT?
♦ There are 53 Sundays jn the year ♦
1922. the first, and the last days of
♦ the year being Sundays. Ordinarily ♦
♦ this does not occur unless in Eeap ♦
♦ Years. The last year having the ♦
♦ extra Sunday wa.s 1910. ♦
son. Frank A. Wells, died in Tort
land. Oregon.
The body will arrive in Pueblo
Sunday and will he at T. G. Mc-
Carthy Undertaking establishment.
Funeral announcement will be made
later.
, Every woman knows that furniture—good furniture, will stand thru years a monument to
her good taste and discriminating judgment. Why not make this her memorable Christmas
by selecting from the store of unusual quality, a gift she will long appreciate. Our prices will
not make you hesitate.
EXTRA SPECIAL
Large comfortable, leather,
substantial fireside chair or rock
er with wide, comfortable wings.
A chair that will give years of
good service. A real gift for
Dad! Very Special.
$24.75
TASTY RAG RUGS
Hit and Miss Rag Rugs.
24x36, a practical gift
65c
Tasty Rag Rugs—a better
grade, size 24x98-in. solid col
ors. value $2.25.
$1.45
Guernsey Ware Tea Pots
What lady wouldn't appre
ciate one? We offer them in 5
beautiful colors and designs.
Special
$3.60
For Xmas What More Gould
She Ask Than Something
to Wear?
BUY IT AT
Moore’s
UP-STAIRS SHOP
206 * i, N. Main
Consolidation Wj
Two Stores in One. Oloelng out Den- \
ver Shop, startling Value*. High n
Cliss Garment# [7
SUITS, glfi.OO UP BLOUSES 98c UP
COATS. *7.98 UP. PETTYOOATB *1.98 UP.
DRESSES. |fi.9B UP. SWEATER SPECIAL *4.98.
Smaller
Gifts for
the
Home
Mahogany Candle Sticks $1.50
Cut Glass Bud Vases . . . $l.OO
Art Statues $2.00 up
Mirrors $lO.OO up
Brass Cuspidors .... $1.50 up
Fancy Metal Match Holders and
incense burners $2.50
Cut Glass Pyrex Casseroles with
. .Nickel Servers $7.50
Tea Wagons (Solid Mahogany)
at $35.00
Gateleg Tables . . . $35.00 up
Sewing Baskets, beauties $1 5.00
Oak Extension Tables with six .
chairs $52.00
A beautiful line of Day-beds
and Davenports.
Mahoguty Floor Lump
Silk Shade
Thi«* is a cift that will be
appreciated. Every has use
for one or two. They add the “fin
ishing touch’’ to a well appointed
living room. Solid mahogany, dou
ble or single fixtures with a heau
iiful shade. Regular $32 ">0 \alue
$24.75
«
High Chair or Rocker
A practical way to remember
Baby or Little Sue. Both are
well built and neat appearing.
Very special
$1.35
Mahogany Serving Tray*
As a smaller gift for the lady,
what could offer more dignity and
value than a mahogany serving tray,
transparent glars bottom, over a
pretty design. A s»j>rcial, going
fast at *1.'15
SLIPPERS, SUPPERS
406 N. MAIN
(EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES)
ON ALL KINDS OF SLIPPERS
FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
Ladies’ Kells—nil styles—colors and sizes. Prices cut In, choice
of anything in the house, 51.45
Quilted Satins with silk Pom Poms all colors and sizes .45
Broken lines of Ladies’ “Comfy” Kelts—several styles— to so
(ast.oorr.
Men’s Soft role Kelts—two tones m blue, grey and brown a
dandy .Y'J.'l.) value, to close out ut $1.85-
Men’s Kelts with leather sole and heel in *1.85
Men's Kid Leather Slippers -the finest quality shown in the
city—any style you like -black <>r brown —in *2.H5- __
One lof. of very good leather Slippers for men all styles (>■ *2.1 O
Before you do anything else this morning step in and let us show
you some real Slipper values.
AND FOR THE KIDDIES
We have everything in the way of a Uorufy Slipper, 500 1° *1 .*25 (
You will miss a real bargain if you fail to got a pair or t"” of tho«e!
Red Top Boots for the little tots, size* t<» 10’ ~ $2.w5
Come early if you want a pair of these.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL XMAS
406 NORTH MAIN
THE MEDILL SHOE CO
Pathe
Phonographs
Ears that would be distraught by the
blare of "Talking Machines" have more
than welcomed the jeweled music of the
I
Perhaps ibis Christmas you’d like one
in your home -a gift from ihe family,
lor music reproduced perfectly, lor a
machine that must play all records. For
the famous sapphire ball feature )ou
must insist on the PAniE. As a Christ
mas special they are greatly icduccrj this
week.
$250 Machines $l5O
$225 Machines $l4O
$196 Machines $lOO
$l5O Machines $3O
$llO Machines $B5
The small payment of $lO.OO delivers
one to your home. Balance as you
enjoy it.
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