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-FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922
PAGE SIX FREED IN ONE COURT BUT IS BROUGHT BEFORE ANOTHER A well known principal of law pro- r vidos that a person cannot twice he i placed In jeopardy for the same of- j fense: in other words, that he cannot he tried twice on the same charge, came up for discussion yesterday when ! for the second tinu» in two days Aug ugt Cozzetto was hailed into court on ! a charge of non-support. With some tho position was taken that tho exception to the rule is the Justice courts; that a man might be tried twice for the same offense in a tribunal which is not cal loti a court of record. But that theory was soon ditched, and then the question arose hew could Cozzetto be tried In tho court of Justice Hart for the same of fense from which he was freed in the court of Justice Corson. On February 14 there was a hearing before Justice Corson wherein Coz zetto was charged with the non-sup port of his wife; the court reviewed the testimony and then read a lecture in which he .stated both were young- HARRISON TO BE GIVEN PRELIMINARY HEARING Vernon Harrison goes or. preliminary | trial today before Justice of the Peace • Corson on a charge of robbery w ith a gun. The crime is alleged to have been committed on the evening of Januafv S 3 on the Union avenue viaduct; the same evening that P.arl Harrison an j older brother was killed during a pistol fight with several police officers who had been called out to capture two ( men who.wore said to be holding up' everybody who came along. I I Notice That---- Some joung men are so haflpy that they want to sing all the time. When ever somebody or a machine is play ing a popular air. they want to sing the words and it is difficult for them to keep their music inside themselves. This is a fine fault for it sometimes gives a lot of folks an opportunity to hear good singing which they’d h& v e to oav for if they went to a concert. You sco last night. I was in a popu lar after-the-show place where folk* usually drop In to sample the refresh ments before midnight and 1 was sit ting there trying to get away with a cup of coffee without pouring it in niy saucer to cool it. since the waitress forgot to bring me a. spoon, when young fellows blow in and sa t down at another table There was some dec trie music being played on the piano and these two guys knew the words a.nd they nearly busted trying to keep from singing and finally they let loose. Then the management invited them to go up where the piano was and accompany the piano. This they did and sang several songs which made the lunch go down a little easier They got away with it all right and nobody complained about the noise. But I was wondering how the man agement was going to indicate wheth er the music was good or not. I de cided that if the management thought th*» vocal accompaniment to the $4,000 piano was punk, they'd reduce the price of the cats to the customers, and FIRMER DIES FROM RUNAWAY INJURIES Joseph Longo. 4.‘» year* of age, died In a Pueblo hospital as a result of in juries sustained when a team of horses which he was driving to a plow ran awa> and dragged him o'er tho field The a- ‘dent happened at his home on the St. • ’harlcs Mesa. l.onca was one of the popular Italian farmers ..f that vicinity, having re aided there for a number <>( years Hr \»a- a member of the Fidetta Italian lodue and the Farmers' lodge. He is survived by his wife and eight chil dren. Julia, arcetla. Lena, Ernest. Louis. Marina and Artura and Mrs Trouts Deluca; a brother. Frank LxmS" of Blend 1 tv < ' ' brothers in Italy. The body is at the Nfcitun funeral home. The funeral announcements will be made later. Real Estate Transfers Cora Burns to Tasqualc Palmerr. lot t. block V. South Pueblo. $2,500. Arthur K. Wheeler to Om.i Uo'ven: lots 1 and 2. block 3. Lakewood sub division. $1,300. Oma Cowen to Stensbury and Julia Jone*. lots 1 and 2. block 3, Ijtkewood subdivision. SI.3(MV S. Harrison White to A. 'l. Grissom lot *. block T.«. and part of lot 7. block M. s♦,'‘*oo. Susan Linley to Mr? Minnie Guy. lot C. subdivision of lot 2. block P. City of Pueblo. $3 000. W. I. Jordan t<* David B and Z*>c F. Tort.*. ’.••• 25, block Garfield Place. *l.oon. .T. H Hubbard to T/OUi* Russo cast 30 feet lot 4, block 5. state addition. f I.OO<V A. i lUshefsk y to J • end east half lot 27. block !». Mafic*- > addition. fl-.V**. Charles 11. Walla *- to Kvalino Mock Wallace; lot 5. block 91. '’ate addi tieii. $1,500. John and Bernice Haggers to W. M Thompson; lot $ and north 2« fee* ; • 9 block 5. county addition. s:..**» ?. r Laraniey to Henrv r. rmddork: lots 11 and IC. block 1«C i Ptirblo Tfcights. 1C.500. Alfred Urebbin to W. K Beck: lots a and I ft , block 193. E. Pueblo Heights. **W*rren G. Harding as president, to Ftta I* Mitchell; 3CO acres in sections 6 •nd 7. twp. 23. range fio. To Elizabeth M. Willett: 304.65 acres in sections " grid 7 twp. 23. range 60. I*. S. patents P. A. Cessna to P. E. Watson: lots B and 6. Ragle’s subdivision. $3,000 John Harness to J. E. Ernest; lot < and northeast 5 feet lot 3, Mock C. com atork Place. 1500. I Vernh B. Young to John J Hood. p»rt of block Q described by metes I I„j I,Y,H-.il.H f»|.rln«r fl.™ i Mind able bodied, that they had been . , married since the Pueblo flood, and , ’.hat just because husband under pres ! cut depre.‘*sed condUions could not earn ;is much for his family as he had done under better conditions was no ex i cuso for a wife folding her hands and j not doing anything to help along. Ho therefore discharged the defendant. Yesterday Cozzetto was hailed into Justice Hart’s court on t'.ie same charge: he pleaded not guilty and waf released on his own recognizance and told to go back to his work at the first job he is said to have secured since the flood; his hearing was set for Feb ruary C7. This last complaint was issued out of the district attorney's office and it was stated that the former hearing was not really u trial and that no rep resentative of tho district attorney’s office was present. Also even if it had been a full-fledged hearing, it would only be a preliminary, and not a regu lar trial, which the law referred to is intended to cover. ! Since the night in question Vernon Harrison has been in the county jail unable to supply the SI,OOO bond re quired. Penalty for robbery with a gun i* 110 years to life in the state peniten tiary. At the time of the inquest over | his brother's body young Harrison de j nied that he had anything. to do with i tho holdups, and repudiated the con -1 fcsslon he is alleged to have made to !th© police, and which he is said to have I signed. if they thought the music wa« g*od. they’d reduce the price to the sing ers. I think they overcharged me. Vocally yours.—W. H. P. In Divorce Court Two divorce suits were filed and one interlocutory decree was granted in the county court yesterday. Betha Branch was granted a pre liminary divorce from Benjamin Branch, to whom she was married in this city on August 5. 1914; the ground of tho action is non-support. Florence Goglio filed suit against Mario Goglio, charging non-support. Their wedding took place at Canon I City. September Cl, 1912. Ethel Ellis in her suit, asks for a divorce from Edward Elite; this charge of desertion; they were married in Pueblo on September 17. 1910. and have one child, 9 years old. Alleged Bootleggers I Robert Eikelman and Joe Snyder, , residents of Wet Mountain valley, aro I in the Custer county jail awaiting ac | tion of officials of the United State® | marshal's office, a* a result of their ' arrest for unlawful possession of ' liquor. Eikelman Is a rancher living several miles north of Wcstcllffe. while Sny , Jer operates a meat market in West , cliffs. Altho n*. stills were found on property, ffldent Quantities "f liquor warranted their arrest, accord ing to Sheriff Melvin Manning. fADD TO THE VALUE OF YOUR PROPERTY By planting some of our many beautiful varieties of FtUIT AM OMUMENTAL TREES. EVERGREENS SHRUBBERY, PERERRULS. VIRES. ROSES. GRAVE VINES MO BERRY PUNTS Our hardy, thrifty, beautiful stock will please you beyond your expectations. It is grown in Pueblo, bonce tho roly acclima ted to this region. * Extra choice Blue Spruce and other Evergreens our specialty. Write for handsomely illustrated, free catalog— NOW—before you forget. ROSELAWN NURSERY , P. 0. Box 418 Pueblo, Colorado Nature’s Best Food • There is nothing better than a well cooked savory Fish. Nature jives the world abundant supplies of fish. bred, raised and cared for without the aid of man's hand. Eat more fish. Munger Fish Company carries fish from all parts of the United States —caught in streams, lakes and ocean. If it is available MUN GER HAS IT. MUNGER SEE SELLS THE OUR BEST THAT EzSH9|lf WINDOW SWIMS. DISPLAY | C JI J.u 2 lbs. Sliced Halibut 55c opociei rrmay 2»». sii«d s.imon 55c A dozen other varieties freah Fiah, lowest prices. All kinds Smoked and Salt Fish. Quality and service the highest the Munger Fish Co. Inc. 238 W. Ist St. t THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN WHO’S YOUR FRIEND? BOB”—He Majors in l‘C” RAILROAD MAN IS SENT TO PRISON Harry Abel, formerly assistant yard master of the Denver and Rio Grand© Western railroad here, was yesterday sentenced by District Judge S- D. Trim ble, to from one year to IS months in the state penitentiary at Canon City. Abe! was charged with the burglary of a car belonging to the company, and taking therefrom automobile tires valued at something like S3O". He left the city and Gas apprehended in Texas. • ’hief Special Agent William F. McCafferty of the railroad, with headquarters in Pueblo, brought Abel back here. Following a plea of guilty to the charge, and statement by Mr. McCaf ferty that Abel had theretofore had a good reputation, and that he would recommend leniency in the sentence: and the willingness expressed by Dep uty District Attorney Barbrick to take Mr. McCaffertv’s statement of reputa tion as correct, the court made the sentence light. Repairs to Federal Building Ordered The m scellaneous repairs of tht I Pueblo federal building have been or dered by the United States treasury department, according to word re ceived by Acting Postmaster C. *W. Pfaf fen burger. The work has been urged for sometime . First Assistant Postmaster General Hubert Work in spected the building when in Pueblo a short tint.- ago. and it Is thought that he is l:irg« lv responsible for the orders. The work will include the repair of the ventilation system, varnishing the woodkork. cleaning the walls and the repair of the rest room of the mail carriers. Elect Directors “fhe directors of the Crews-Reggs ■I store were elected ht a meeting of th< stockholders Wednesday night. The directors elected: <’. W. i'nw«. Mrs. C. W. Crews. W. D Young. Ira K. Young. K. F. Brown. John D. Kel logg. L. li. Van Arsdale. s. 11. Porter. ’ Arthur Sullivan. U. K. I Leonard. V. S Haven. Mm it. li. Deggs and C. It j Woessner. ENJOY A THOUSAND LAUGHS-GO AND SEE "ARE YOU A MASON” Every man, woman and child in this city should go to see ono of the clean est. most enjoyable comedies of the American stage—’’Are You a Mason?" which is to bo presented at the Ma jestic theater on Wednesday, Feb. 22. It is an eastern revival of the famous clean, wholesome made famous by Leo Dietrichchstefn. There are no murders, scandals, or sex prob lems in it—nothing but harty. honest laughs, based on funny situations that "Y" COMMUNITY SING PROGRAM An attractive and artistic number o’t next Sunday afternoon's steel works "Y" community sing and concert will be a soprano solo by Mrs. Ray Mc- Carthy. one of Pueblo's talented and very popular singers. R. F. Kennedy who will render a bass solo Is a vocal ist of note, and late a member of Harvard university Glee club. Mrs. Frank Flynn another popular Pueblo songsmxs will also render a soprano solo. Tho entire program follows: Community singing of popular and folk «*ongs with slides led by Thos. A. Christian. Roy Smith at the organ. Illustrated Talk "The Six G'Clock Whistle Around the World” Jlev. Ray S. Dum. Piano Solo—‘Rustle of Spring". Sinding (Contest Piece) Arno Ilendrcn Soprano Solo—" The Joy Of Spring" Woodman Mrs. Frank Flynn Bass Solo—" Give Mo the Open Rosd" Ambroise R. F. Kennedy Piano Solo—'March Militaire" (Contest Piece) Schuhert-Tausig Ruth Virginia Noel Soprano Solo—'May Morning". .Denza Mrs. Ray McCarthy Tenor and Baritone Duet—*'ln th*» Garden of My Heart" Ball Vance Keister and Thos. A. Christian America. (Accompanist Mrs Vance Keister). See the windows with 1 Oth Birthday bargain, Saturday and Monday. THE PUEBLO STORE CO. Fourth and Main Two Fire Alarms A defective flue in the basement. of the Corkish Cigar company. 511 North Santa Fe street called the Are depart ment to the first of the two fires re ported yesterday. No damage waz caused at this place. The second alarm came at 1 o'clock when a fire thought to have been caused by hot ashes thrown too close to a frame barn and ignited by the strong wind, burned the barn to the ground for a loss of S3OO at the resi dence of M. Seeds at 1206 Cartarct street. Rely on Cuticura To Clear Away Skin Troubles igjtissgwxycsaasrc: aSSqpUMiiE itstn u* c a a — m+rn mtmm LLlu£m tvt <w« c** » u m 4 aafgiMlTM in -a a© HHKrs|My a Ovnew,- j* c~» PnffTVr W ■ nui - CTSOfT WHY DO WE HAVE DIVORCE ? Does the fault lie in the home ? Perhaps— see “SHAME” MAJESTlC—Beginning Sunday FIRST PUEBLO SHOWING WILLIAM FARNUM —in— “HIS GREATEST SACRIFICE” Larry Semon Almoat made a great sacrifice when he passed thru a sawmill on a log in his newest ro~cdv “THE SAWMILL” BIG DOUBLE BILL Starting Sunday PALM Open at 11 a m. at 15c arise In almost every American's everyday life and you will enjoy it equally with your mother, wife, sister . or sweetheart. A thoroly good com pany of professionals at present tour ing; the United States, will present this charming comedy here and from the reports of their performances they are winning wonderful receptions wherever they play. You'll he glad if you get to see it on Wednesday. Seats go on sale Sunday ut 10 a. m. Critcher Theater Tonight Nazim ova in "Stronger Than Death. *• was the main attraction at the Critch er theater last evening, and drew ra pacity audiences. The brilliant Russian star was seen in a role that splendidly displays her almost uncanny powers as a mistress of the human emotions. It is that of a London dancer who finds love in India, that land of mystery which has figured so much in rerent prose, poetry and dramatic, literature. The same powerful play will he repeat ed this evening. ' Stronger Than Death" was adapted for the screen from the widely read novel of I. A. R. Wyle. It recounts the adventures of Sigrld. the dancer, and the man she adores —the hermit doctor of Gaya. He js a physician who de votes his time to fighting a cholera epidemic among the natives. Strong cross currents run deep thru the narrative. The biggest dramatic scene is where Sigrld hies to the steps of the Temple for a dance in the moon light. Her presence there is regarded by the natives, who are even then plan ning a massacre, as the returned spirit MAJESTIC K and E ROAD SHOW WEDHESDA Y, Feb 22 Matinee and Night Leo Ditrichstein’s Farce Comedy Hit “Are You a Masau?” Modernized with Mnsic 1 company de luxe | Special Popular Price, EVENING l MATINEE . Hnlditn . . SOc 25c to $l.OO I Adults asc let™! ■ tonight I LIONEL BARRYMORE I In a dramatic presentation of I ’ The Devil’s Garden” ■ Gale Henry in the Comedy I “Ham-An” I PATHE NEWS PRITCHER W THEATER THIS EVENING The Incomparable Star NAZIMOVA \s "Sigrid" the Dancer in “Stronger Than Death” There Will Also Be a Century Comedy “THE DOG DOCTOR” rox NEWS ■ ONE OF THE LEADING SHOWMEN PLAYED Brown’s Saxophone 6 ————————— 8. Barrett McCormick, managing director Ctrch Theater, India napoli.**. Ind. "Brown's Saxophone six ■ i • | • . c at proved the gn I atti • • e .■ i had Th< y were forced to take six and ■even bowu at every perform ance, working In str«-rt clotnee • to Sunday vaudeville reg i eliminating | th< ir < oetun es at l bueinen All I this prove tie Jnirli :■ value of tho act.” MAKING A HIT IN EVERY CITY WHILE EN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST. YOU HAVE HEARD THEIR RECORDS. HEAR THEM IN PERSON. WAIT FOR THEM OH. BOY: HERE SOON of the Facred dancer of tlio temple, ''th« bride of Vishnu.” Road Bulletins Daily road bulletins will be Issued by the Greater Pueblo association, and will be sent to several towns of south ern Colorado. The first bulletin was is sued Thursday morning. The conditions of the highways front Denver, the Kansas state line, San Luis valley, Raton, and other points, 1 leading from Pueblo, will he received at the association headquarters daily: and Immediately issued. | MAJESTIC Tonite Is Amateur Nite EIGHT NEW ACTS OF LOCAL VAUDEVILLE -ALSO— ALICE JOYCE In Her Latest Comedy Drama “The Inner Chamber” HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY | I | JHHS‘At94S’ .\ plnv that is quite unusual in that it combines bow tillering mystery with ainii'int? r<qne«ly. \ play you are bound to enjoy. H Parquet Orchestra 25c 60c 75c Plus War Tax ■ MATINEE General Admission SATURDAY Adults 25c; Children 20c H Paramount B H Picture I Hk Mf NOW SHOWING J BETTY CQMPSON “THE LAW AND THE WOMAN’’ 'Vhnr win woman «!«•• far tteaitn » woman slip into the habits and haunt* of tha wastera aha di jpl-fl. her play their reckless gun*, run down tlkO lla and . “lIAM** comedy, "Robinson ( rune la*d." I*athc News. PALM TODAY AND TOMORROW /.••e needed the violin a real Biradivariiu—for the concert that meant sucre.-. But tlu there wa* tip b* nrd !»:!!: and the habit of ' ir .j !>•,» DARN FUNNY” From The Saturday Evening Post story. “Caretakers Within, *' by Christine Jopc Slade, with a good cast, including VIOLA DANA G.rcth Hughes Kathleen O’Connor REVIEW LEE MORAN in “THE TOUCH DOWN” ADDED ATTRACTION TOMORROW 11 A. M. TO 1 P. M. “Miracles of the Jungle” Children 10c ... Mornings 15C Afternoons 16-20 C « ir Evenings 20-250 Attend Meeting Here Mrs. llarry Zlmincrhackel, state president «»f the Colorado State I’nr ent Teacher association wax here yes terday for the purpose of attending the Founders Day program of the ]’. T. A. in Centennial lllgh school audi torium last night. An informnl meeting of local awro ciatlon presidents and chairmen was hold Thursday afternoon at the home or Mrs. Thus. J. Brown, 3 Pitkin plu- .• when Mrs. Zimmerhackcl was guost of honor.