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I—TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1922.
PAGE TEN CITY BRIEFS J. M. GTLE, architect, i» located at BlVfc North Main 8t- over Mr. Kne- Wle Store. Tel. 739. The old number. W. C. T. U. MEET POSTPONED — The East side W. C. T. U. will not neet Wednesday afternoon as usual, •n account of sickness. FERTILIZER for garden and lawn. Pueblo Sanitary Co.? Phone 122. FRIDAY will be tag day for Sacred Heart Orphanage and It is hoped that everybody will wear a green bow. The children of the orphanage need your help. Dance at Roseker'e hall Wednesday night, March 15th. Admission 55c. FIRE IN SHOE SHOP —A email fire of undetermined origin caused about SIOO damages to the Victory shoe repair shop at First and Mam street at 2 o'clock Monday morning. Get weighed now! Drink one VHAMINE MALTED MILK • day for one month and see how touch you have gained. THE Pueblo Carriage company has ■loved to 311 »’ourt street, one-half block south of former location. SIMILAR NAMES —Mr*. William Greer. 12 23 Orman avenue, says that, •he Is not the Mrs. Greer that Is im plicated with the shooting of James Garrett Saturday night. IF a government auditor has as sessed you with additional tax, or if you have income tax returns to be compiled, phone 357, F. W. Marcroft Audit company. wit SlldC V Tailor and Cleaner luALUriL I Phone 1056-J. FIND STOLEN GOODS —A camera gnd several small article* stolen from an Eighth street filling station were ••covered by Detective Joe "W lntcr pottom yesterday when he arrested two 14-year-old youths. QUALITY COALS THE IRON CITY FUEL CO. 370 6. Santa Fa Phonea 616-51 T. DUCT-WOODS Tor better shoes.” 409 North Main street. THEOSOPHY The first lecture of Mr. Munson s ruree will be given at Vail Hotel 5 M. March 14, subject—The Hidden Side of Things. POSTPONED RUMMAGE SALE The rummage sale of Ascension church which was to have been beld Tuewiay ■nd Wednesday of this week has b-en postponed. YOU WANT a hat for Easter, don't you? Of course you do--every woman fees. Mm. T. C. Cramer. 718 Grand avenue will touch up your last sum mer's hat and make it look Ilka a 192- pattern for a very reasonable prace. Complete line of shapes, flowers *nd trimmings and if you want a new hat she will fashion one for you that nas style and Individuality. THE CLIO CLUB will meet with Mrs. w. S- Johnson on East Eighth street this afternoon. » j IN DIVORCE COURT—A prelimin ary deerse of divorce was yesterday granted In the county court In favor of Alice Porter against P. L Porter; the grounds were desertion and non* support.. They were married In this city on August 1. 1911. Aik your Favorite Soda Fountain for VHAMINE MALTED MILK rtANVUN rpPHH weei—sse PHON» 41 Ey©s Scientifically Examined CARY OPTICAL SERVICE Repair Work a Specialty SOS W. 4th St. Phone 1608. BUY a green bow Friday and help tbs •rphana at the Sacred Heart Orphan age. There 1* not a more deserving charity in Pueblo. I»o your part and help the little ones to live. WEED FIRE—A smell wM fire near City Park, caused an alarm to be eent In to the Central fire station shortly after 2 o'clock yesterday aft ernoon. It is believed to have been started by small boys with a bonfire. H. A. SMITH. Upholstering, carpet cleaning, mattree* renovating, eta Phone 941-W. 321 E. 6th. There will be a hou?-© dance at 916 East Ferond. Tuesday evening March 14th. Everybody Invited. LOCATE MISS INC, CHILDREN — The local chapter of the Red Crows has located two small children of a colored family of Warren. Ohio, in a local orphanag* Th*- children have b©©n separated from their parents for about two years, and the location of the children was a mystery. The chil dren will bo returned to their parenta CORLEY COAL AND TEAMING COMPANY SSO E. Seventh. Clean Lump. $lO so Ter Ton. Nut. $9.00 Per Ton Primroae slack and Mill rhsad nut BV* Per Ton Discount for cash. 1.000 pounds to the Toe. THE INDEPENDENT COAL CQ. THE big string of »©n Inch casing being placed in the Eagle Rock Oil j Co’s well at Baxter, seven miles e.u of Pueblo, is almost in place and drill ing will b» resumed night and d*v In n short time Over 2.000 were out to look at the well and watch the casing crew work on Sunday, proving the Interest that Pueblo feels jn tho suc cm of the well. BETTER AUTO TOPS for Je»s money. Smalley and Howat. 7th and Court, over Garret Motor Co. THE QUARTERLY EXAMINATION for teachers will ho held Thursday •nd Friday. March 14 and 17. a* the court house ;»t !» O'clock. nigh IPChool examination* Saturday. March 14 Lillis O. Faker, county superintendent of school a. ATTENDED FUNERAL—Mr*. Clara Thomas and had daughter Merltta Pitcher, returned home Sunday from Almlna. Kansu*, where they went to attend th© funeral of Mrs Thomas' mother, Mrs. P. M. Itnrrl* wb*> died at Mathison, Colorado, March the 6th and was burled in Almina March Bth. She was well known in Pueblo having lived here several years. She was 91 year* old. RESIDENCE ashpits cleaned, $1.00: PUEBLO SANITARY CQ.. phone 169. All-Steel ssfea and Cabinet* The Ucet. O’Brien Printing On. MINISTERS EXERCISE—The Pueb lo Ministerial association members were put thru physical exercises Mon day afternoon and concluded witn a game of volley ball, after the regular meeting held in the City Y. M. C. A, Physical Director A. B. Prindle talked on “The Value oX Physical Training” after the luncheon and routin- busi ness, and before the workout In the gymnasium. FRIDAY Is St. Patrick's birthday. It is also tag day for the Sacred Heart Orphanage. Be sure to buy and wear a green bow on that day. The chil dren at tho orphanage need your help. ELITE Studio for high class photos, i Prices right. 207 Main. j ELEVATOR PILOT HURT — MIM Frances Henderson, clex-ator pilot atj j the Vail hotel, suffered a painful in-| jury to her left foot about 7:30 las 6 ex-ening by catching her foot between the elevator and one of the floors while tho elevator was ascending. She was taken to the Mlnnequa hos pital where the injured member was found to be considerably lacerated. No serious results ar© anticipated by the surgeons who dressed the wound. The young lady was taken to her home at 1230 Evans avenue. THE PUEBLO STORE’S temporary office at the Dean-Creel Furniture Co. NOTICE —Dr. A. R. Williamson has opened offices at room 114 Pope block. Thone same as before—Bo9. TIIE SEVEN GLASGOW MAIDS that will headline the Pan tapes show at the Majestic Thursday is one of the highest salaried acts on tue road to day. This wonderful aggregation of Scotch lassies a.o singers, dancers ati<l musicians. Their Scottish airs are Just as wonderful as the Jazz music the/1 presented and with Zelda Stantley, the j famous vaudeville commellenne. the I Pantages 'bill for this week is indeed a hummer. The seats are going fast and the wise ones will phone 1549 at once f<jr reservations. Klein’s watch rapairing. 216 N. Main FIVE cents for kodak developing. Elite Studio, 207 N. Main. ON INSPECTION TOUR Paul Chase, general superintendent of the offices of the L. R. Steel Service Cor poration In the United States will be !n Pueblo Wednesday on an Inspection tour. Chase will arrive in Pueblo about 9 o’clock Wednesday morning, coming from Colorado Springs and will spend the day Inspecting the Pueblo offlco of the L R. Steel Service Corporator located in the Central block, and con ferring with Clove Piper, manager of the local office. PRICE CLEANERS AND DYERS, <26 Coart. Phone 85. Work guaranteed. Ask your favorite eoda dispenser for VTTAMINE MALTED MILK INVITED TO CONFERENCE— The Pueblo Commeroe club membership has been invited to attend the National Construction conference to be beld In Chicago. April 3, 4 and 6. The invita tion has been received by Secretory P., A. Gray. Constructive Ideas are en courage and the Invitation asks that In instances where particular progress has been made along some oertaln line of construction, appropriate ex hibits be arranged and be sent In ad vance to the conference. | WITH the hints of coming spring I come thoughts of your last year's hat. Mrs. The©. C. Cramer. Tit Grand ave nue. is fully prepared to brighten It up with a touch of new trimming er remodel It upon the latest Unas of the season. Excellent work and reason able prices. KEMP-WOODS ’ for better shoes” 406 North Main street. THE orphans at the Sacred Heart Orphanage need your help. Buy and year a green bow on Friday end help on** of the most worthy charities in Colorado. c LASS* IN FURNITURE—To prop erly appreciate the period furniture, a night school class has been started by Vocational Training Director H. C. | Stillman, to start Tuesday night at Centennial high school, under the au-l pervision of Mis* Kurre. As each type of furniture I* studied, the history eon : acted With It will be takop up. All bi te res ted persons should register with Stillman or be present at the organi zation of the class Tuesday night. PERSONALS From Tla Juana. Mexico, there cam* yesterday to County Clerk Barber a poet card written by .T. N. W. Miller, well known Pueblo steel works man. who says among other things: ’'Beau mont and I ar* Just putting one over the past two days on Old Volatead’s hobby.” Sheriff Ri haxdson of Garden City. I Kansas, was a caller on Sheriff Tho mas and his force yesterday. The Kan •a*» official was here looking for some stolen property which cities indicated had landed hereabouts Mrs. .). Q. Adam**. 9*4 Has’ Eighth s’rrct. was suddenly called from the <-ity Monday afternoon by the nerlou* illness of her father In Henrietta. Tejta<i. who is suffering from pneu monia. Mrs TV Barber, of Chicago spent a day here yesterday visiting friends be fore leaving for Denver where she will remain for a months vacation with rel atives. Rev. and Mi - L I*. l.- gan snd little son Frank, yesterday drove in from Lunar, an«l are the guests of Mrs. lagan's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Tripp. 2**23 Grand avenue. Eugene W. Munsen of lx** Angeles will arrive In Pueblo today(Tu©sday) to lecture on Theosophy at Vail Hotel tonight and tomorrow evening. Chieftain want adi. brinf resaKs. THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN Marriage Licenses, Births and Deaths MARRIAGE LICENSES Roy E. DcYoss and M rs - Eunice J. McClellan, Pueblo. DIED HAMILTON. Agnes, age 11 years, died at local hospital March 12. Body sent to Walsenburg by United Davis Vories. BENJAMIN. Sophie, age 6 months, died at 1715 (East Abriendo March 33. Body at United Davis Tories. ROOT, Dana Stanley, aged 42 years, died March 13 at a local hospital. Body at McCarthy-Browns. DURAN. Lupe, aged 2 years, died March 13 at the residence east of the city. Body at McCarthy-Browns. ANCNNIK, Tony, age 35 years, died at 1229 Eller avenue. March 13. Body at McCarthy-Brown’s. FUNERAL NOTICES The funeral of Tony Zigar was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the McMinn funeral home. Rev. \V. E. Bell conducted the services. Mrs. L. I M. Johnson accompanied by Mrs. P. K. Brown sang ’’Some Time We’ll Under- I stand,” “Beautiful Isle” and "Abide , With Me.” Burial was in Rc. lawn. ! The funeral of Miss Helen Davis was held yesterday morning at 19 o’clock from the McMinn funeral home. Rev. Clarence Emery conduct ed the services which were strictly pri vate. Mrs. L M. Johnson accompanied by Mrs. J. E. Dunaway sang, “Jesus Loves Me,” “Safe In The Arms Of Jesus,” and “Jesus Wants Mo As A Sunbeam,” Burial was in Mountain View. The funeral of th© infant eon of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cozzoleno was held yeaterday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the McMinn funeral home. Burial was in Roael&wn. The funeral of Mrs. Lena A. Wilson took place Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the United Davis-Vorlee chapel. Rex*. W. T. Hilton assisted by Rev. L J- Barnett conducted the ser vices. Mrs. Ray Gibbons and Mrs. J. C. Rayse accompanied by Mrs. Win. Reinlg sang. “It Is Well With My .Soul,” “Sweet Bye And Bye" and j "Someday.” The pall bearers were M. r~ Miller. W. H- Ferrier, Clyde O’Neal. Earl A- Kibler. O. T. Bradford and Eli Miller. Interment was made in Moun tain View cemetery. The funeral of Margaret C. Fox will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the United Davis-Vorlea chapel. Rev. M. D. Austin will conduct the ser vices. Interment will be in Roselawn cemetery. Tbs funeral of Vera May Dennon will take place Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the First Baptist church. Rev. M. D. Austin and tho Woman’s Benefit Association of the Maccabees will officiate at the church and Neighbors of Woodcraft escorted by the Totem cYub will confer the Woodcraft burial at the cemetery. Ar rangements by the United Davis-Vorlea undertaking company. Th# funeral of Charles Ores tan 1 was held Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the funeral parlors of T. G. Mc- Carthy and company and at 3 from Mt. Carmel church. Rev. A. M. Valen tino officiated, llurial in Roselawn cemetery. Funeral servlom for the late John 'W. McDaniel were held at th© family home at Nepeeta Monday afternoon at i 3 o’clock. Many friends from Nepeeta, Fowler and Pueblo attended the* ecr vicea. Mr. 11. M. Fosdlck. an old friend of th© deceased, officiated. Troop No. 1 of Boy Scouts of Fowler acted as eacort. Four Scout* a*-ted as ■ flowar bearers. J. L Jewell. Mm C I L Stubbs, D. Matx, E. Vawter and C. W. Clay of Fowler sang. “Thy Will Be ' Done” and “In The Sweet Bye And - , Bye.” Pall bearers were Peter Chris tianson, William Ruenell. Charles Stubbs, A- E. True, Henry Shearer and George Boyd. Interment was In the family burial plot at Nepcsta under the direction of T. G. McCarthy and company. The funeral of Lupe Duran will tak© place this morning at 9 o’clock from the residence and froth the Holy Family church at 9r. •. Interment Rhselawn in charge of McCarthy- Brown. The funeral of Mrs. Senona Martinez and infant daughter will tak<* place this morning at 10 o’clock In the Me* . Carthy-Brown funeral chap*l. Inter , Bent Roselawn. i The funeral of Flora Garcia wlii tak© place thin morning nt 11 o'clock In th**' McCarthy-Brown chapel. Interment Roselawn. The funeral of Cha*. O. Cole will take placo Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy-Brown fun eral chapel. Interment at Roselawn. Th© funeral of Jesus Arellano will take place this afternoon at 4.30 in the McCarthj-Brown chape!. Inter ment in Roselawn. Tho funeral of Mrs. May Ironmonger will take place this afternoon at FORD MAGNETOS RECHARGED $2.50 f**r t©n days beginning March 12th. at the Boone and Chaney H©rvJco Station. Your Ford marTi»'n remngoa tlr«*d it as good ns new. Starts ©a«y. Give* full motor power. RegtiDr pric* Is $5. You will have to hurry. t%. A C. HEADQUARTERS. 131 South Main St. Big Six Garage , o'clock in the McCarthy-Brown funeral chapel. Intertnent in the family plot in Roselawn. The funeral of Pietro Plerotti will take place Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock in tho McCarthy-Brown funer al chapel, and from Mt. Carmel church at 1:30. Interment in Rowlawn. The funeral of Herman W. Kloef korn will take placo this afternoon at 3:30 in the McCarthy-Brown funeral chapel. Interment will be made in Roselawn. * The funeral of Dana S. Root will take place Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock in tho 'McCarthy-Brown fun eral chapel. Interment Roselawn. Dana Stanley Root ag- d 42 years, section foreman for the D. R. G. W. railroad at Cuchara Junction. Go’o , died yesterday at a local hospital, lie is survived by his wife and four chil dren Marie, Daniel, Hazel and Fram;. The body is being cared for by ihc McCarthy-Brown undertaking com pany and tho funeral announcement will be made later. Tony Ancnnik, ago 35 years, died at 1229 Eiler avenue Monday night. He is survived by his wife and three chil dren. Edith. Joseph and Frank. Body is at McCarthy-Brown's and the fu neral announcement will be made later. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks and gratitude to onr neighbors and friends for the beautiful floral offerings ami especially our neighbors for their many acts of kindness during the and death of our beloved father and grandfather. MR. and MRS. L EBERLINS and family. Real Estate Transfers Hedwig* Cebulski ami seven others to Charlie Rak and Alan Malina; lot 8. block 7, Stone & Thatcher’s sub division, S6OO. Warren G. Harding as president, to Earl P. Trent; 320 acres in section S. twp. 23, range 62. U. S. patent. Todd C. Storer as public trustee, to Ellen Btett; lot 7 and northwest 15 feet width lot 8, block 146. South Pueblo. $3,000. W. A. Whlttemore to E. F. Dalton: portion of the north half of the south-east quarter section 34. twp. 20. rang© 65. sl. Mrs. .1. G. Pe Forest to J. G. De Forest; tract in the north half of th© north-east quarter section 34. twp. 20. range 65. gift deed. J. G. De Forest to William I. Simp son and Ida P. Simpson: tract In sec tion 34. twp. 20. range 65. sl. William and Ida Simpson to Adrian R. Reynolds; tract in section 34. twp. 20, range 65, sl. Adrian R. Reynolds to William H. Lang; tract in section 34. twp. 20, range 65. $2,500. Earl P. Trent to Lawrence Good win; north-west quarter and south east quarter and south-west quarter of the north-east quarter, and a strip 50 feet wide off tho north side of the north half of tho north-west quarter section 8. twp. 23. range 62. SSOO. RUSSIAN PRINCESS DESIGNS NOVELTIES Pitncw GaUtdoe. Princes* Galitxine, who ie of royal birth, before th* Russian revolution claimed a reputation of no small repute as a miniature artist of Paris training. Now the princes* i* earning her living by designing hand-painted novelties for evening wear. J - 1 I The Pueblo House ami Window Clean cry. Phone .'*l«-\V. Let your house cleaning troubles be ours We aim to pl«a«© par ticular people. Vacuum Cleaners furnished by us. At the Phone: "Ye». 1 explicitly Mid I want five loaves of Milk Maid Bread And Nona Other!” A BIG LOAF FOR 10 CENTS ASK YOUR GROCER Made Only at Zoelsmann’s Bakery LORD DERBY PICKED FOR INDIAN POST Lord Derby. Lord Derby has been asked to take the post of secretary of state for India by Premier Lloyd Georire, according to reports from London. He is to succeed Edwin S. Mon tagu, who resigned following criti cism of his policy as “vacillating.” The resignation of Lord Reading, viceroy of India, also is expected. Will Call Meet of County Commissioners President XV. Rees of the Arkan sas Valley Association of County Com missioners. will call a meeting of thatt organization, in Pueblo during the early portion of the coming month. The exact dato has not yet been determined, but it will not bo on a Saturday as heretofore. Another ch-lnge in the program will be a full day's session Instead of but n half a day; this change in program is largely because many of the coun ty commissioners and other officers of the thirteen counties in the district have expressed the desire to bring their wives with them, but stated that Saturday was not an advantageous time of the week for the women to do their shopping and get home before Sunday. Also heretofore the meetings ha\e been called to order in the afternoon .aid that did not give sufficient time to do the association's work, let alone transacting business here. So the coming meeting will be call ed to order in the foredoon of torn* day before Saturday, and It is assured that members of the organization will bring their wives who can do their shopping while the men are meeting. Lost articles may be recovered thru a Chieftain vrantad. Phone 1955. F. A. G. Hammill Bakery Taney and Ornamental Cakes Homemade Bread and Pie* Special Ordera Given Prompt Attention 703 North Main Street VULCANIZING Profit By Our FACTORY and MODERN Methods FREE SERVICE CAR Bssssmsr Vulc. Shop MILLER TIRES 315 W NORTHERN PHONE 1913 W A < Kodakers For Bc. ct Results IN PRINTING AND ENLARGING Big Reduction in the price of KODAKS Better Values Than Before the War Winch-Slayden’s “For All Occasions" Third Street. Just Off Main RARRAINQ S'* R* L Fmi»r when thinking of PHnUHIIf J Trunkt and Lueeege "‘.'lLL** New Curtains and Draperies —to beautify the home Perhaps this thought is running thru your mintl, “Yes, I f m going to have new draperies and curtains for the dining room, the living room, and two of the bedrooms. Hut what are they to be?” Place to answer that question is right out here at I let mail's in tht midst of a newly arrived collection of Scranton Lace Curtains— they are quality right to the very core, and look at these low prices : Nottingham Lace Curtains, lock-stitch Scallops. Length of Curtains, *J 1 4 yards. White or ecru color. Pair 5i.95 Scranton Nottingham Lace < urtains in patterns that are new and pretty. White or ecru color Curtains arc T yards long. Pair $3.00 11 let Net Curtains, in medium and large no d?, walloped and lace trimmed edge.'*. White ivorv and ecru. Pair $-1.95 to $9.75 Marquisette Lace Curtain, 2 1 n yards long. Hemstitched and ready to use. White only. Pair 5i.95 CRETONNES 06-inch Ottoman weave Cretonne in striped and mc<la!lion effect, also all-over floral designs, excellent for the covering of screen panels and boxes. Yard. 98 <* Medium and heavy weight Cretonne in floral and conventional de ‘■igns. new assortments of colors, .HI inches wide. Yard 39c This Is Home Sewing Week at Herman’s / This event opens a week of sating fi«r women who sew. Now that shelves are full and counters piled high with splendid variety of yard goods. m»u can plan \* .• H*>me Sewing and be sure of carrying out \**ur idea- to the last detail, in the most economical way. [luring thi- event ytTi will find Dressmaking supplies of every needed sort, marked at the lowest prices you've rend about thi- year. YOU’LL ALWAYS DO BETTER AT HERMAN’S PHONE 1800 NORTHERN AVE. PHONE 606 | Just trll them what you want for I.un* h or T>lnner ft I will be delivered to you promptly and y«»u mill b«* pleased and surprised at the splendid quality and K'n-roue p ortions you will receive for the money. | OL R PRICES ARE AI.W > Jli<*HT be auac buy in large, quantities. THE QI AEITY IS RICIIT. limum \rm In sist on the best, ami only the choice-* MEATS »i ROCER IES. Kit I’ ITS A Nll VEGETABLES tr. f.. ki,,„ r -heivae and counters —while COI HTt.sl ANI» SEIU It f :» j., ths* every ■ er c- ' - .«• •• ir p!.i« C ->f o Cmue m and let mm convince you. VOf WILL LIKE TKADINi; at the Sanitary Market & Grocery Corner Foerth and Santa Pa. Phone* 60* *O7 608 . .aw»*nnnanaaaig R[ <* * • r..!»t * h«\* mS. ■ in constant ■■ in th». b < *mc JIW |g|| HI This* in most nc.-omp ■ use J n hi _ THE HOME OF I.ABKI. FOAL I i MOUNTAIN ICE AND COAL COMPANY ■ M PbOIM 34 ’ 511 ELIZABETH ■ *■■■■■■■■■■■*■■■■? ' 1 CHIEFTAIN WANT ADS. BRING RESULTS