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Finds Destitute Family
Children Bare Footed Jack Diggs, well known public auc tioneer, reports that no has found a desperate case of poverty in Pueblo and suggests that the people of this city could help out. He found the fam ily. a father, mother and six small children, the father ill. when he was distributing baskets Christmas day. Yesterday he railed at the place again to see how the family was getting along. The children were only half clothed. RANGER HURT IN GUN ACCIDENT l* L. Deimer, a Colorado ranger, accidental)' shot himself quest l - night near the Walsen mine. In the Walsen burg strike district. Thu bullet shat tered the bone above the knee of the right leg and he was brought to Pue blo Wednesd- 1 • morning and taken from the Colorado and Sout*- train that arrived at 11:35 o'clock, was taken t.. the Minnoqua hospital in the Cow hick ambulance. Deimer stated that lie had Just been r«lle\od from guard duty and v un loading his revolver when the acci dent occurred. He said h" bebc\ed he had emptied all of the chambers of the gun and puller the trigger from no special cause, and the one remaining "S caliber bullet struck his - ab< six inches above the knee. The Injured man was resting com fortably Wednesday night, but it is thought that there is posslbllit- that the i,.g may have to he amputated, Tt Is stated thrtt he is Jl \oars of age. and was ordered to the coal mines for guard duty front his station in Den ver. Milk and Crackers For School Pupils Many school children of district No. were given milk and crackers dur ing their receee yesterday •.< a gift front the Superintendents' chib of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company. The distribution wav started Tuesday and will be continued for *-**tcral months a cording to ,f \'r - -nt Adams, secre tary of tli- chib The undert!" irished *hildren arc given fresh i-.illk and t'lam era k era cad ■ j l for of the flit'll- **f till club, and It is be lieved that the nourishment furnish ed 'sill Mrs.' a- body builders for the Children who cannot In- properly taken care nf nt home. The •«• ':i..d« of District No •_•*> have n table of measurement.* and weights which determine whether or not the child Is under "eight, and tile plan of th* Superintendent«' club '.ill be con tinued until tin* teachers believe it I* no? noi essary. Automobile Stolen A Ford sedan. 1021 model was report ed to the police by A. W Mean. 231 B«uth Victoria avenue a** stolen last night 1 ten i parked the c.,r in the i4'*> block on Past Kvmm avenue short I > after 7 o • lock but when h*; returned at 0 o'clock the car was missing. The license number was 64-IL'.?. We Write Burglary Insurance Residence and Store Burglary Also Auto, Fire and Theft. THOMAS T. DOYVNFN. 222 THATCHF.It HI.DO. Something New And Useful .Tr»hi y l.ee, -, young man of pleas lit| obi la 11 traducing on the Pue blo market, dealing with rc'nilers. what is known as "Spark Mark its a con trivance simple In form, that sparkles In tlm dark It is a small button con taining radium and lasts for .» doaen year-. Attach it near d**or bells, key hob- telephones, electric light push buttons ot anything you want to locate In the dark, and th*- glimmer from tlm little button, th si7.** **f a dime, directs you unerringly. There 1< also .« little tube that hangs from gas and elec tr il flxtur s that also l»v a glimmer of 1 ght directs correctly. These in genious contrivances an- along the same line as an lium.'.uted watch dial that tells the tint*- in the dark. They nr** i»ut out by The Richards Go.. 2°h Fifth avenue. V V. Sole distributors of "Spark Marks" that put out the rado lite watches. Then*, wonderful handy contrivances retail at 35 cents each or thro' f*«r SI. Ask your dealer t*> show them to you. Try one. and you will never be without the illuminators In your home to direct you In the dark. NAMED PRESIDENT OF SWITZERLAND Robert flanb. Robert Ilnab will take office JaA. 1 as president of Switzerland, suc ceeding Edmund Schulthess. Haah is a member nf the federal council •nd minisfer of posts and railway*. some of them barefooted, and practi cally no furniture in the house. There were but two small chunks of coal and the tracks of the barefooted children could bo seen in the snow where they had gone outside to gather bits of fuel. Mr. Diggs says that any person de siring to assist may call him. phone 2216-J, and he will call with his auto mobile ami take supplies to the fam ily. RAYMOND KEOUGH DIES FROM INJURIES Raymond Kcough. ago 20 years, died last night at a local hospital front in juries received on the night of No vember 26. when he was found about midnight in an unconscious condition at South Main and B streets. Indi cations were that he had been struck by an automobile or that he had been thrown out of an automobile while it was moving at a fast speed. The boy recovered sufficiently to be removed from the hospital and it was thought for a time he would ultimate ly recover. However he took a turn for the worse a few days ago and was taken again to the hospital where an operation was performed. The mystery of how ho was injured never has been cleared up. The body is at the McCarthy-Brown undertaking company. Former Puebloan Is Hurt In Iowa Albert K. Mahon, former resident of Pueblo, was seriously injured a few days ago In an automobile accident which occurred near Mason City, lowa, when the car in which he was riding was struck by a railroad train. I| Is thought Mahon will recover. Mr. Mahon, who Is private secretary to .1 B. Schermerhorn, president of the Schermerhorn Stock Farms com pany of Minneapolis, was inspecting company property near Mason City when the accident occurred.. Engelbert Klfstrom won- driving in the car and the brakes failed to hold and the machine was struck by a pas senger train. El fat rom was killed In stantly. Mr. Mahon, who Is well known In I’ueldo, was connected with the That cher estate Interests and was dl nctor of the dioir of the Church of the Ascension. He and Mrs. Mahon resided on Fifteenth street until they they left for Minnepolis In July last. Will Make Survey Of Rooming Houses A survey of the rooming houses and hotels of the city will be made by Health Officer Bowman, formerly con nect'd with the Cnito! States Health Service and who worked here for hv rul months after the flood. The ventilation, heating and sani tary conditions will be Invcjrtigated in the building;-. In connection with tills work. Officer Bowman will gather data that will be valuable to the Commerce club. He will obtain the numl>er of rooms in each rooming house and list them a* desirable and undeslruhle. PUEBLO TO BE BOOSTED BY METAL AUTOMOBILE TAGS A :i•*«t auto tag bearing the word "Pueblo" and so arranged that it can be attached to th*- regular license plate, is on** of the latest Pueblo boosting fea tures to be put forward here by J. f*. Stewart The plate is the same color and about the same length as the 11422 license t.ig and has small bolts by which it can be attached to the tag. Mr Stewart has made arrangements with a:l the auto a<ve.*norv firms in the city to handle them. While many other cities have used this method of boosting, this is the first time the idea has been offered for general use in Pueblo. Many ambitious men and women live only half a life —and don’t know it No person whose nerved are If you want to avoid a very continually irritated, whose ap- common cause of irritation and petite and digestion are disturb- enjoy restful sleep, good diges ed, or who doesn't sleep well tion, and the feeling of vigor and has more than half his normal robust endurance that comes chance for success in life. For to healthy, normal people, quit weakness, debility, anemia and tea and coffee,and drink Poatum, general lack of tone are a serious instead. It is a rich, coffee handicap to anybody. like cereal beverage—perfectly Those who drink tea or coffee * fare often sufferers from these «. D , conditions. Tea and coffee con tain caffeine, a substance which DrU ? th * frag ™'- . „ „ a • .l* a.imttion* sromatic beverage and see how has a deoded stimulant action much fecl _ abl „ on e n es. to d 0 more without becoming Each cup of strong coffee fatigued —aa thousands have contains about aa large a dose of discovered for themselves, caffeine as your doctor would ordinarily give to a very sick Pomm com,. In two forms: Instant person. Poatum (In tin.) mad, instantly In tha You ran readily see tha, .he 1 £ 17« effect of giving this stimulant hulk> for thoM who prtfor IO regularly to a well person might , h . drink whU# the meal is being finally have a tendency to make prepared) made by boiling lor 20 inin him sick# ate*. Sold everywhere! Postum for Health—“ There’s a Reason” Made by Postum Cereal Company, Inc., Battle Creek, Michigan THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN IMPERIAL ORDER OF MOSCOVITES TO MEET HERE SATURDAY Imperial Kremlin of the Imperial Order of Muscovites, composed of members of the Odd Fellows lodge, will meet in special session in Con gress hotel at 10 o’clock on Saturday morning. Tho meeting will last thru out the day and evening. As this is a national meeting delegates from every Kremlin In the country will attend. Saturday afternoon Pueblo members of the order will take tho visitors for a tour of inspection of the o** A special banquet will be held in Con gress hotel at night, followed by cere monial services which will continue all night. At this time throo hundred members will be initiated. Tho famed Kremlin Riga, of Denver, will bn pres ent. for the occasion. A. R. Davis will have charge of the banquet and will act as toastmaster when tho out of town officers will be speakers. Plans for a cabaret entertainment have been made to be presented during tho banquet when five young women will sing. Amoqg those attending the session will he: George W. Blanchard. Imper ial czar of the order, with headquarters in Seattle. Washington: C. W. Var nutn of Denver, imperial minister of records: L. A. Van Tilborg, czar of * 'olorado Muscovites and Bert Martin, minister of records for Colorado. , Members of tho Kremlin Riga of Colorado, who are on committees arc: General chairman, T. IST. Young. Committee in charge of arrange ments—A. R % Davis, chairman: Wil liam Southward, Chas. Springer. < 'ommitteo In* charge of nalla—A. J. Frank, chairman; C. M. Walker, Chris Ilorlbog. Committee In charge of reception— Ira D. Rambo. chairman; Dr. W. W. Woodrutn. E. T. Pate. W. 8. Marble. Committee in charge of midnight banquet—Chas. Friend, chairman; A. J. Platt. T. E. Russell. What’s the Charge? What if anything, is I*outs Pagano guilty of doing that Is wrong? This in a question that is to be ar gued before County Judge Mirlck this forenoon. I was supposed that today In said court, Pagano was to he tried on charge of having in his possession In toxicating liquor, contrary to the Ca nnes of the otato made and provided. But Judge M. J. Galligan, who repre sents Pagano in the appeal from the municipal court, yesterday filed a mo tion to dismiss the charge on the ground that tho the transcript from the city court charges his client with prohibition violation, the charge on which he was fined in the lower court wm resisting an officer. According to the motion, tho offense charged in the county court is not that appealed upon. So. whether lie will be tried today depends upon the decision following the arguments on the motion. Held For Impersonating Pueblo Police Officer Impersonating an officer cost R. O. Molder a fine of SSO in police court yes terday morning. He was also accused by Louise Garcia, proprietor of a rooming house on North Union avenue with securing money from her. Molder ts said to have offered the Garda woman protection In the privi leg.* of selling liquor and running a disorderly houfce, stating that ho could fix it so she would not he molested by the police. In court yesterday Molder denied the accusation to the chief of police and claims that the arrest was made because he had given the wom an :« rln«r which later found to be of small value. Power Will Address Centennial Hi Y C. N. Power will address the Cen tennial Hi Y club Thursday night on the "Baking Industry." The boys will meet at 6 o’clock for tho weekly luncheon at the city Y. M. C. A., after which Power will speak. A colonial party will he given nt the city "Y" on the night of George Wash ington’s birthday. February 22. Th*' members of tho Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C\ A. are to he invited and will attend in colonial costume. It is being arranged to present a KIWANIS MEMBERS O. K. FLOOD PLANS Tho conservency bill, prepared by local attorneys in connection with the flood prevention plans, was approved by the Kiwanis club Wednesday no6n at the regular meeting in the Com merce club, and a resolution waa passed requesting Governor O. H. Shoup to call a special session of leg islature to pass the bill. Tho new officers of the Kiwanis club were installed at the meeting Wednes day. Todd C. Storer, president; Harry B. Cadwctl, secretary; Horace Pollard, treasurer, and the following directors were installed: Dr. N. C. Gunter, A. Jones. Joseph Monroe, George I>. Metson, W. L. Anderson, and N. W. Duke. Realty Transfers Thomas K. Vincent to Louise C. Vin cent; west R 4 feet of the east 126 feet of lots 12 to 16 inclusive, Mock fi, Dundee Place; gift deed. Francisco Parrino to Margherlta Forte; lots 45 and 46. block 11, Elwell & Smith's subdivision. $1,500. T. H. Devine to C. A. Johnson; lots 5 and 6, block 7. Arvonia, SSOO. The Colorado Realty Holding com pany to Ida J. Pederson; lots 25 and 26. block 101, C. C. &. I. addition, S4OO. Ida J. Pederson to Elliott S. Ray; lots 25 and 26, block 101, C. C. &. I. ad dition, S3OO. Jenny Fist to Margaret Doylei lot “C" South Pueblo Homestead & Build ing association, sl. Ivy L. Glenn to Mary E. Owens; lot 13. block 21. Craig’s addition, contract of sale, $1,558. Woodrow Wilson as president, to Tony Berardi; 320 acres in section 32, twp. 23, range 62. William Joxcn to William P. Joxen; lots 40 and 41, block 121, Fletcher 11111 subdivision, SSOO. Sarah M. Bradshaw to George M. Dowell; lots 30 and 31, block 1, Lake view Place, $1,500. URGES FARMERS TO DEMAND U. S. PRICE INQUIRY C. 8. Barrett. C. S. Barrett of the National Board of Farm Organisations and President of the National Farmers’ Inion, has appealed to the farm ers of the country to get behind the concurrent resolution providing for the appointment of a congressional commission to investigate the agri cultural situation. “With the cre ation of this commission,” he saya, "farmers will know from an au thoritative source the men and in stitutions who are collecting a ruin ous toll from them.” colonial play as a part of tho program. Tho "Y" Dramatic club, recently or ganized by members of tho city "Y“ and the Y. W. C. A., will meet Satur day night to perfect pluns fur the play. Marriage Licenses, Births and Heaths MARRI.U* h LICENSES Rudolph Kroll and Mary Muhlo, Pu eblo. William O. Finch, Jr., and Loretta Speraw, Pueblo. BORN To Mr. and Mr.-,. George A. Beatty. 1119 Summit, a daughter, January 4. 1922. To Mr. and Mrs. Niles Shumaker, 416 West Sixth street, January 4, 1922, a son. „ To Mr. and Mrs. G. Davio, 1000 Elm street, a daughter, January 3, 1922. To Mr. and Mr?. Victor Condayre. 1022' East Tenth street, a eon, January 4, 1922. DIED KEOUGH. Raymond, age 20 years, 60 1 Bradford, died at a local hospital, January 4. Body at McCarthy - Brown’s. HILL, Mrs. Lillie, age 4 5 years, died at a local hospital, January 4. Bodv at United Davis-Vories. NEWHOUSE, Julia F.stella. age 68 years, died Jan. 4, at 607 West Thir teenth street. Body at McGarthy- Browns. „ ~ . GORNICH, Jorfn, ago 36 years, died Jan. 4, at local hospital. Body at Mc- Carthy-Browns. WAITES, Joseph L., age 50 years, died Jan. 4, at local hospital. Body at McCarthy-Browns. McKENSEY, Clarence, Infant died Jan. 4, at 17 Block V. Funeral yes terday afternoon from McMinns. PRATT. Mrs. Carrie M., age 65 years, died Jan 4. at 1337 Cypress street. Body at T. G. McCarthys. FUNERAL NOTICES John Gornich aged 36 years, died Jan. 4 at a local hospital. He was an Jno. Gornich aged 35 year, died Jan 4 at aloeal hospital. Ho was an employe of the G. F. & I. Co. and resided at 1219 Taylor avenue. Ho Is survived by his wife and two children. John aged 5 years and Catherine age 9 months. Mr. Gornich was a member n'i the St. Joseph society and Woodmen of the World Camp No. 131. The body Is at tbo McCarthy-Brown parlors and the funeral announcement ~* n l be mado later. The funeral of Guiaeppl Cortese will take place Frld?" morning at 9:30 from the residence 109 Granite and from Mt. Carmel church at 10 o'clock where requiem high mass will bo celebrated. Interment will be made in the family plot In Roselawn, In charge of Mc- Carthy-Brown. The funeral of Frank Kostuck took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the McCarthy-Brown chapel. In terment Roselawn. The funeral of William Dagan took place yesterday morning at 10 o’clock In the McCarthy-Brown chapel. In terment Roselawn. The funeral of Jose Miranda will take place this morning nt 10 o’clock from the residence 611 West Seventh street. Interment Roselawn in charge of McCarthy-Brown Undertaking company. The funeral of Mrs. Julia Newhouso will tako placo this afternoon at 3 Why Slave on it’s a national holiday on Monday in homes where the National Vacuum Washer takes the drudgery out of washday. Takes the dirt out too—all of it, without rubbing the grime in. Dainty fabrics and heavy blankets arc handled just right to make them spotless. All Steel Cabinet Solid Copper Tub Trouble Proof Motor Oilleaa Bronze Bearing* 12-inch Safety Wringer are but a few of the NATIO NAL Point• of Superiority A Bargain at Any Price Come in Today and Let Us Demonstrate Dean-Creel Furn. Co. 2nd and Main Sts. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1922—1 o’clock in tho McCarthy-Brown funeral chapel. Interment will be made in tho family plot in Roselawn. ✓ The body of Mr. Van Bibbs will be sent Thursday by T. G. McCarth find company to Centralia, 111., for burial. Tho funeral of Lloyd H. Myers will* take place at 10 o’clock this morning from the funeral chapel of T. G. Mc- Carthy and company. Rev. F. 11. Zim merman will officiate. Interment In Mountain View. I Mrs. Carrie M. Pratt, aged 65 years, died Wednesday at tho family resi dence 1337 Cypress street, following an illness of six weeks. Mrs. Pratt was beloved by all who knew' her, and her many friends will be pained to learn of her death. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Geo. T. West of this city. Mrs. Pratt had been a member of tho Christian church for many years. The funeral will take place Friday morning at 10 o’clock in the chapel of T. G. McCarthy and company. Mc- Carthy block. Interment will be in Roselawn cemetery. The body of the late Colonel Timothy H. Foley will lie in state nt the United Davis-Vories parlors today be tween tho hours of 10 a. m. and 9 p. m. In Justice Court Justice Corson yesterday sentenced Manuel Ba-squoz to 15 days in the Pu eblo county Jail. Conviction on a charge of stealing a $7.95 suit of clothing from tho Crews-Beggs store, was the cause. In the same court Sacarlas Salazar was given a preliminary hearing on a charge of appropriating to his own use from the Crews-Beggs store a mani cure set valued at $23.50. December 21; he was found probably guilty, and hound over to the district court. In de- | fault of bail lie was locked up in the county Jail. New School Arrangement School children of the Abbey and Crow districts who am now being: transported to school at Rye under the new consolidated school arrangement, are more than delighted. This plan was brought into working NO COOKING Tb« "Food - Drink** to * All Ages. Quick Lunch at Home, Office, and Fountain*. Aaft for HORUCJCS. m Ataid Imitation* * Substitutes | BOOST | |PUEBLO| Pueblo Metal Automobile Pennants Arc the most up-to-date method of boosting your city. Show your interest in our City and drop in at any Oarage, Motor Accessory, or Filling Station and get a pair of these Metal Pennants and just attach one to each of your license tagß. The price is $l.OO a Pair They aro unanimously endorsed by the prominent club, of our City. WE ARE FOR PUEBLO FIRST, LAST AND ALL THE TIMB AND TRUST YOU ARE, TOO. J. C. Stewart Advertising Co. J. M. Kfllin, 718 N. Santa Fe Ave. Local Distributor Phone 861 Phone 760 - Taub Brothers In this great clearance sale of Suits and Overcoats, arc of fering a specially attractive bargain In stylish Suits and Overcoats at $37.50 Suits and Overcoats that were really low at $47.50, the price they were originally bought to sell for. Quite a few of these Suits have TWO PAIRS OF PANTS, but in this sale as in everything else, THE VERY BEST is given for the least possible money. TAUB BROS. 310-312 N. Main St. PAGE THREE order on Tuesday, and so far 31 pupils are being taken to and from the R>o school in one motor bus. Already tbo need of a second bus is demonstrated. Some of tho children of tho former Abbey district arc being carried a dis tance of 18 miles. A tributary of-the Lena river In Si beria has a perpetual bed of pure lco more than nine feet thick. <OM 111 I K 111 |(|M VIIIIS *"I Kill.** I MIKKTVKKKS “A” Special Release Nos. 2170 and 2177 “BLUE DANUBE BLUES" and “WEEP NO MORE MY MAMMY" Two good Fox-Trots played by CARL FENTON S ORCHESTRA 616 N. MAIN.