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I—THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1922
PAGE TEN CITY BRIEFS THE WELSH CAMBRIAN society will meet at the home of Mrs. John Richards, 1405 Routt avenue, this eve ning at 8 o'clock. H. A. SMITH. Upholstering, carpet cleaning, mattress renovating, etc. Thone 941-W. 321 E. 5th. VICTORRECORDS Just received from the Victor factory thousands of records, comprising the entire Victor catalogue—record* which have been unobtainable for several years—including many or the best and most prized records ever put out by the Victor company. Con.e tn and make your selections now while stock is complete. THE SILVER STATE MUSIC CO. 206 N. Main 8t. THE MISSIONARY SOCIETY of St. Mark's United Lutheran church will meet Friday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Kohler. 722 Palmer avenue. AO* Steel Safe* and Cabinet*. The Beat. O’Brien Printing Co. QUALITY - COALS THE IRON CITY FUR CO. 1T0 8. Santa Fe. Phones 616-617. TO ELECT OFFICERS.—The annual election of officers of the Pueblo Real Estate Exchange will take place at the regular luncheon Thursday noon In the Commerce club rooms. T>ANCE, Boeeker’s hall. 12 miles eouth on Rye road. Saturday night. Jan. 7. Boscker’s orchestra. THIMBLE CLUB NO. St of Banner Circle No. 4 wLll meet with Mrs. Anna Reposa, formerly Mrs. James, 2411 Routt Ave.. Friday, Jan. 6th. Business of importance to come before the club. WV>u]d like to have every .member pres ent. signed: FRANCES SMITH. Frcs. LENA CARROLL, Secy. ffTVHJN DIVORCE—Desertion was the ground upon which May Bell Cnr pon was granted an interlocutory de cree of divorce yeeterday in the coun ty court from Charles W. r*arson. fol lowing a hearing a.s to findings. They were married, according to the com plaint on file, at Deo Moines. Iowa on March 17, 1003. WANTED —Financial assistance to buy business block, A-l location: pressed brick front, very reasonable termst Address Box 98, Alamosa, Colo. EMBOSSED STATIOVEBS — Eraaklta Press DAUGHTERS OF VETERANS.— There will be a special meeting of Mary Logan Tent No. 2D. of V. Fri day evening, January 6th at 8 o’clock, for the purpose of completing arrange ments for Installation of officers for 1923. All officers and members are expect ed to attend this meeting. ALL kinds hats cleaned, blocked; Ph. 1038-W. Pueblo Hatters. 109 W. 2nd COUNTY CLOCKS MOVE—Again the court house clocks are on the move: they seem to have formed a New Years' resolution and adopted the same, which, however, several days late, appears to be operative, for nil of the fourteen big time pieces In the building are reeling off the minutes and hours Just as tho it was a regular thing never Interrupted by a ’ balk.’' SPECIAL Men’s high grade fleeced Union suits 11.75. If* Corduroy pants |4. Men’s and boy’s winter caps 59 cents. Men’s tan work shoes 12.35. BEN BERGERMAN Corner Northern and Evans. DINNER FOR EMPLOYES.—Em pIoyes of Congress hotel were enter tained by the management at n dinner dance last night In tho Tiffany ball OUR 45c TABLE Khald Pant* Khaki Bloused Reclaimed Wrap Legging Curas Legfins Arm; 2-Piece Underwezr O. D. Winter Capa Knit Helmets Arm; Toque 4 Pair Canvas Gloves Overalls Bed Sock* Army Nose Bags Cartridge Belts Everything in Army Goods. ARMY GOODS STORE 221 SOUTH UNION ANNUAL JANUARY SALE Now in Full Swing. Watch Our fVuOfk Windows for BARGAINS IN FURNITURE room of the hotel. A six course din ner was served at 8 o'clock which was followed by dancing until midnight. The dinner dance Is an annual affair given by tho Phllbin management to its employes. THE CHALLENGE Horseradish. 15c bot. Dill pickles, 25c do*. Vinegar 40c gal. Fritz’s Pickle Shop, 509 W. 7th st- COAL, WOOD AND GRAIN. McCOY, Tel. 83. TAKES OVER DINING ROOM — The dining room service of the Com merce club has been taken over by L. S. Henkel, formerly connected with tho Harvey house service, after the resignation of Mrs. Elsie Anderson, formerly in charge, who resigned be cause of ill health. Henkel was in the grocery business at Dundee for a time. He will now maintain service at the Commerce club for the serving of ban quets and luncheons for commercial and civic organizations at all hours. Pikcview Semi-Bituminous Cool $7.50 Pikee Peak Consolidated Fuel Co. Phone 1225-1909 MASONIC NOTICE An emergent communication of Pu eblo Ix>d»e No. 17 A. F. & A. M. will convene at 1:30 p. m. sharp today for the purpose of conducting the funeral of our late Brother Samuel W. Gaddy who lost his life in the World war. All Master Masons arc invited to be pres ent. L. R. SALLENBERGER. Worship ful Master. Attest: S. F. RENO, Secretary. Will Carlton’s Poems Basis Of Picture ’ Over the Hill," the William Fox film presentation of the famous Will Carleton poems, not only met with universal favor at its first showing on Broadway in New York City last September, but was pronounced by many Gotham critics as one of the most wonderful and beautiful pictures that have "raced the screen. Their ver dict was endorsed by the fact that It has been on Broadway ever since. The famous poem first appeared In the So'«. and was at once accepted ns one of the most beautiful and touch ing contributions by the author of ‘Farm Ballads.” Critics, friends and admirers besieged the Michigan bard demanding to know the source of his inspiration. Carleton wrote verses for several years before he turned his pen to ’’Over the Hill.” ”1 waited theee few years.” he explained, "to be sure that 1 was In the correct mood and until I had satisfied myself that I could do Justice to the subject. ’’Over the Hill,” presented by Wil liam Fox, will be the attraction at the Majestic theater next Saturday. Approximately 75.000.000 ton* of coal are held In reserve In the United States this winter*. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TWO furnished rooms, modern ex rapt heat. 606 West Eighth street. ECONOMIZE Our new prices for the New Yeer will s»ve you thirty-five cent* on the dollar on your Grocery and Heat bills. 100 lbs. Sugar $6.10 15 lbs. for 1.00 100 lbs. Pneblo Flour 3.00 100 lbs. Potatoes 1.35 25 lbs. for 35 26-lb. Sack of Salt 40 50-lb. Sack for 70 Large Bottle Kuner's Catsup 15 Small Bottle Kuner's Catsup, 3 for 2;> Fancy Pickets (sweet, sour, mixed), 1 qt. jar 30 10-lb. Can Dark Karo Syrup .50 Case 2.90 10-lb. Can Light Karo Syrup .60 Case 3.40 81-lb. Fail Snowdrift 1.30 Fancy Peas, 2-lb. Can 10 Fancy Tomatoes. 2V-,-lb. Can. 2 for -3o M. A. G. Potato Flakes, 3 Pkgs. for A5 TODAY—FRIDAY—SATURDAY ONLY any Brand of Milk 10c per Can; $5.00 per Case Hill Bros. Coffee, 2-lb. Can 85 Folgers Golden Gate, 2-lb. Can .85 Peaberry's Coffee, regular 35c grade, lb. 25 Wedding Breakfast Coffee. 3 lbs. for 1.00 Vsrlb. Jar Green Tea ,f 24 Cream and Swiss Cheese, lb 30 Bluehill Cheese. 2 pkgs. for 25 Peennt Butter, IVo-lb. Jar 20 Strictly Freeh Eggs, 2 doz 85 Storage Eggs, doz 37 Small Caddie Crackers .oO Fancy Apple, a Box 82.25 to $2.40 Extra Large Sweot Oranges, doz 50 Choice Lemons, doz 40 Beets, Parsnips. Carrots, Turnips, 10 lbs 25 Sweet Potatoes, lb. 50 Fancy Kippered Salmon, lb «>0 8-oz. Bottle Paul's Marachino Cherries 30 Extra Fancy Cookies, lb 30 Teco Pancake Flour, pkg -lO Jiffy Cake—lnstant Cake Flour, pkg 10 Every Order of $3.00 or More Gets BROOM FREE American Cash Groc’y WE DELIVER PHONE 893. . 114'/., SO. UNION THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN PERSONALS Mr. and Mr>. Harry Wahler and son, [Harry Joe, who visited Mrs. Wahler’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Ragle, 328 Michigan street, during the holi days, have returned to their home in [ Denver. I Mrs. Edwin L. Weaver, 114 East Evans avenue has returned from a week spent in Denver with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Willis of East Or man avenue. Minnequa Heights have returned from Montrose where they visited during tho holidays with rela tives. Charles E. Saxton, cashier of the Western National bank, left Tuesday, January 8, for Rochester, Minn., where he will enter the Mayo Institute for treatment. Mrs. Saxton accompanied her husband, who has been sick for some time. POSTMASTER HAYS TO ACCEPT NEW PLACE ! New York, Jan. 4.— Postmaster Gen eral Will H. Hays has signed a con tract to become director general of the National Association of the Motion Picture Industry at a salary of a year, according to the New World. The contract which runs tor three years, the newspaper says was signed more than a week ago. Mr- Hays tho World added, haa ar ranged a conference with the "®J*ona leaders of tho motion picture Indus: > In Washington. Jan. 14. at which time he will make public on his own account hla decision to- pccept the post. SNOW BLOCKS ROAD INTO DURANGO COUNTRY Durango. Colo. Jan. 4.—With Durango cut off from rail communication with the east for three days, railroad em ployes said tonight that the snow which has blocked traffic s being blown back on to the tracks almost as fast as they remove it. . Service was stopped Sunday by tne .torm in which a freight train on Cumbrea Paw l«ft the track,. Th« en gine and five car, turned ov,r in tn« drifts which were reported to be six feet deep. RED ASH COAL Means » saving to you. Rod Ash will last 200/„ longer than ordinary coal and is 930' 0 fuel. Any lady can keep the home cozy and warm with RED ABH coal—it dooa not require con stant attention—every user be comes a booster. Red Ash satis flea the most skeptical user of coal. We guarantee the coal to be better. s sizes: lump and nnt mixed; mine ran end alack. McGovern Coal Co PHONE BSI. UNUSUAL CASE IN LUNACY TRIAL Andy Buffington was arrested at Eads, Kiowa county on charge of bur glarizing a residence and stealing therefrom a gun said to be worth SSO. Ho was locked up In jail at Eads. Soon he began to act strangely, and continually more strango until, he be came unmanageable. There is no place at Eads suitable for the proper care of insane persons, so Buffington was brought to Pueblo and placed temporarily In the county Jail. The first requirement under the law made to cover such cases, was an ap plication to District Judge Trlrnble for an order for an inquisition Into .the mental state of Buffington: this 'for tho reason that he is charged with a crime which If tried at all, must be tried In the district court. Eads being in the same judicial district with Pu eblo, that acton could as well be had in Pueblo as at Eads, and at the same time be more convenient, and practical for the probable actions to follow. Judge Trimble issued the order, and the regular insanity charge will be filed in the Pueblo county court, the expense to be paid by Kiowa county. Buffington has been removed to Wood croft sanitarium for observation, and he will be taken in hand by the of Pueblo’s Greatest Sale Event HERMAN’S Offering Scores of Unmatchable Values on Anything You May Need or Desire Now, here is where you can step in and buy seasonable merchandise at greatly reduced prices. Hus is the final clearance and nothing must be left from ii. Many of yesterday s best features arc offered again today, while other departments have joined with their share of choice savings. - "|| Bleached Sheetin* 52' 2 c Yd. Black Sateen Shirts FREE! FREE! J)-4 full blenched genuine of the Home Sbectinp, i 89c Wfrlt .min nnrrhxa* of Man's finish; sale price, yard •>«* '■<* good sturdy black Mu ,M h ZZ,™ TraZ om“ta ‘SEW? *>,«* port*. Safety Razor. | Outing Flannel 15c Yd. Wool Army Shirts __ _ # 36-inch heavy and firm quality Out mg Flannel in lig' * $3.95 Woi*K Shoe Prices Hrt color.*; >nlc price, vnid 1 ° *’ An ftirt of w I R*' _ rnado in regulation style of the Bottom the very fin«-e; khaki wool • re- Think of it! Only $2.10 for a Percale., Y.rd,Zsc Overall. $1.39 pair of long wearing leather Work Yard-wide, Rood quality Percale*, liirht and dark n-n\- wiwht uni..- -m >i.- «»\-r- Sho«. Solid oak leather .ole«, sroun.l.; etripee. el.ceka and Afore-. Jorn,.^"»«“ £«chT > " leather insole,; full leather hack . uv.-rall, Jurlne the stay; uppers triple stitched; full Nainsook, Yard 14c Rockford Socks, beliowa tonsrur, exclude, snow and Vanl uulr. .oft finish white Nainsook for durable 9r Pair dlrt Mr g 2.19 underwear. ***»•« eo work soeks durimr Munson army last Work Shoe, , h’' ' ra,<> two solid leather soles, nailed and Unbleached Mudin, Yard1 112 1 2 c Work Shirts 69c i reinforced with Mitebixti;; upper, Fard-wide, soft and durable unbleached Muslin. > =>»* •>=.* 11 sh ‘T triple stitched ; full leatherback fifixSMn* Pillow. Cue 390 “teJdMifwefl made fllilrt? ’ ’ stay and pull ,trap; sale price— 15. inch Pillow Tubinz. > ard 35<* sale |.riec «»<• Pair 82.59 . r . . - M , Apron Gin,hams, Yard 13V 2 c Br „„ G, ® Ve * *»., men s onoes wri«t *«ie price ib<* Very tine quality Apron Gingham in cheeks of blue Knit wrist Canvas f;io\rs. 70ft pairs of Men's black Gun n nd white, green and white, and tan and white. Per pair J»o Metal and Calfskin Shoes, English IS-inch bleached Cotton Crash, vard 115' .C p . r% and round toe lasts, bal and bluch- 27-inck Galatea in light colors, yard 25c *!? * /!?*** er styles; complete run of sizes and 32-inch Peggy Cloth, light and dark stripes, yd. 125 c VJIOVCS ItC larpe assortment of styles: ¥d.s(l, 36-inch l'crrnlcs, pood quality material, yard . 17c rtain i-anvas Glove, "•Kl^Kaumlet. *6.00, *6.00 and 47.00 shoes 18x38 blekcfaed Bafh Tewele, absorbent doth of good , lL _ . ~ 82.95 weight, .1 for 81-00 Leather Palm Gloves, 31c Canvas Gauntlet* Gloves with • cii «>n in 10x32 blench lliiek Towels, 2 f°r *JISC leather face, an extra gno«l value. Boy. Shoe. $2.19 . - mir .-»»«> 27-inch Cameo Dress Ginghams, in plnids and cheeks. All leather Shoes in black Gun yard | Men’. Sweaters $3.95 Metal and Calfskin; button and Men’s wool rope-stltch. pull-over lace Shoos that will withstand cl inch Dueklingfleeee Kimono loth, vnrii ***>o .Sweater* with shawl collar.*'; com nmrb hard waar; 27-ineh Robe ( loth, dark pat tenia in ecoventional dr rtrtpea"* ' f C °s«le urioo aa.96 Sale Price S 2-19 sizns. \ard 59c Men's Pajamas $1.59 Men's Suit and Overcoat ——— , mvor-sar make outing pnjnnn values that arc giants in value. Drastic Reduction. On Women’s Suit*, ‘n.ifnct! ..'i"' I .lim-VM but dwarfs in price. Coa , f ni ( - -•"« ' r "- p ,. r Sl)1| „„„ You’ll Always Do Better at agtel HERMAN’S I PHONE 1800. NORTHERN AVE. fict&l board of lunacy, acting thru the Pueblo county court. The law relating to the trial of per sons cha.gcd with Insanity, provides that if defendant or his near relatives are not satisfied with the findings of the lunacy board, then an appeal may bo taken to the county court, and a trial by jury be had as was the former process in such cases. District Attorney C. B. Hughes, who is also county attorney for Kiowa county, has been looking after the legal details of the case. The insanity charge wil! bo prefered by the sheriff of Kiowa county. Mrs. Julia Newhouse Dies Mrs. Julia Estella Newhouse. aged 68 years, died yesterday at the family horn* 607 West Thirteenth following an illness of five weeks. She was born in Freeport, HI., September 12, 1853 and had resided in this city for the past fifteen years. She was a member of tho Pilgrim Congregational church of this city and of Banner Circle —Women of Wood craft. She survived bv three chil dren Harry R. of this city. Jesse F. of Detroit, Texas and Mrs. Alta Estella Bilsteln of Izos Angeles, a brother. Henry’ Conner of Pueblo and a grand daughter. Alta Irene. The funeral will take plnco this afternoon at 3 o’clock in the McCarthy-Brown Fu neral chapel. Burial will be made in the family plot in Roselawn. Illinois has 750 women physicians and surgeon* Annual Church Meeting The annual meeting of the Minnequa Community church was held Wednes day evening at six o’clock, the members and their families sat down to an ex cellent aupper served by the Ladles’ Aid society. Carnations adorned the tables. Following the supper, the mem bers adjourned to the church where the meeting was opened by singing, scrip ture reading and prayer. Reports of the minister, clerk, treasurer, superinten dent of the Sunday school, and presi dent of tho Ladles Aid society wore read and accepted, and verbal reports j from tho trustees ami Christian En deavor societies were submitted. Tho following officers were elected: Oerk. Mrs. William Preston. Treasurer. 11. K. Barton. Trustee for three years. H. I*. Rowe. Deacon for two years. T. F\ HamH ton. Deaconess for two years, Mrs. .T. B. Wesley. Auditor, Mrs Elbert Walker. Sunday School Supt., C. P. Emery. Primary Dept. Supt. Mrs. 11. K. Bar ton. Beginners’ Dept. Supt.. Miss Marian Bartle. rianist for morning service Miss Re becca Emery. Pianist for evening service. Miss Dorothy Barton. Music committee: Mrs. Charles Bar tie. chairman; Mrs. S. C. Ainlev, Miss Elizabeth Rees. Miss rtebecca 'Emery. Miss Dorothy Barton. Nominating Committee: Frank Fer guson. T. P Hamilton. Mrs. J. B. Wes ley, Mrs. Chas. Bartle. Mrs. H. Iv. Barton. The church has made a net Rain of l fourteen member* during the year, an<i ! has substantially reduced the indent.,! nos* carried over from the previous (year. Its benevolences have far on* pointed those of former years. During [it*2l. the church has made progress, ]..,s I been netting things systematized ami correlated and onto a more solid bnsb than has existed in tho organization for s<<me years past. Horse Halted Traffic Trafic was suspended foV a few minutes shortly after 3:30 o’cto.-K Wednesday afternoon, when Old Drib bin stalled directly, In the path of all traffic at Eighth and Main streets Some person noticed tho hors drawn wagon going west on Kighth street and commanded. "Whoa.” The horse obeyed, but was in the center of the street. The driver was missing and tho horse was rlragging a h*>a\y weight and pulling the wagon of the 1,. B. Price company. The horse remained as an ornament and held back trnffic until some r . son directed the horse to the curbing to await the owner. For the first time In Canada n!l women who are British subjects » be entitled to vote at the coming I-V.|. oral election. , . . Miss Steno Scorup. school teach* has been elected mayor of Sallna. 1 • tah. defeating her brother, api * Inent business man. for the place.