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[—THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1922.
PAGE TEN Marriage Licenses, Births and Deaths DIED McCAULEY, infant of Mr. and Mr*. A. L. McCauley, died at local hospital March 15. Body at McMinn’s. JOHNSON, Karl E., as® 23 years, died March 15. Body sent to Chicago by T. G. McCarthy’s. ROSE, William Calvin, infant died at 2811 Grand avenue, March 15. Body at T. G. McCarthy's. BMEINOS. George, ago 53 years, died March 15. Body at T. G. McCarthy’s. ROCK AFE BLOW. Fred, age 44 years, died March 15. at local hospital. Bodv at McCarthy-Brown’s. VOSS, Ruby A., ago 6 years, died JTsrch 13 at t’oß North Granite avenue. Body at United Davis-Vortes. FUNERAL NOTICES The funeral of James Ryan will be held Thursday morning at 8:45 from th© home. 2210 Routt Ave.. and at 10 o’clock from St. Francis Xavlor church. Rev. Father Bertram will conduct the services. Burial will be in Roselawn in charge of W. B. McMinn. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. j L. McCauley died at a local hospital Wednesday morning. The funeral will , be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock from tho McMinn funeral homo. Burial will be In Roselawn. Tho funeral of Mrs. Vera May Den non took place Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the- First Baptist church. Rev. M. D- Austin conducted the services. Mrs. Ethel Rees accom panied by Mrs. Charles Krebs sang Beautiful Isle” and "Load, Kindly Light.' The pallbearers were Mrs. Mary L. Rodgers. Mrs. Mary Dowell. Mrs. Nettie M. Allen. Mrs. Anna Wilson. Mrs. Gertrude Bassett and Mrs. Lydia Stephens. Tho flower benrers were Mrs. Mary L. Burns. Mrs. Belle Wat :ers. Mrs. Nettle M Fanning and Mrs. Katherine Kant. who were selected from tho Carnation circle and the Wo men’s Benefit association of tho Mac- |' • abees. Tho church was completely , filled with sorrowing friends and the casket and altar were banked with beautiful floral tributes. Following the minister's service, the officers of Col umbine Review No. G of the W. B. A, of M. conducted their services in the church and Carnation Circle conduct ed the Woodcraft service at Mountain View cemetery w hero interment was made. Arrangements were in charge of the United. Davis-Vories company. The funeral of Charles Lloyd Hat chard will be bald Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock from the United. Davls vories chapel. Rev. L. .T. Barnette will conduct the services. The B. F. O. Elks will conduct their services at Moun tain Viow cemetery where interment will be made. Tbs funeral of John Robert I .at ham will take plate Saturday afternoon at ? o’clock from the United. Davls-Vorie© « hspel. Rev. F. T. Kreuger will offt c.lata Interment will be In Mountain View cemetery. The funeral of John W Galloway will be held Friday afternooif at 1 o’clock from tho United. Davls-Vorlea chapel. The funeral of Margaret D. will take place Thursday afternoon at 3:30 O’clock from the United. Davis- Voriflß chapel. Interment will be In Mountain View cemetery. Ruby A. Voss, age 6 years, died Wed nesday afternoon at the family hotn*. 213 North Granite. She is survived by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward »*. Voss, also 4 sisters. Mrs. R. Totter. Avis. Nina and Irene Voss and threo brothers. Harold. Lests r * n d Woodrow Voss, all of Pushlo. The body is at the United. Davl©-Vorlea parlors nnd the i funaral will be announced later. The funeral of Vincent E. Hamlin I will take place Thursday Afternoon *t I 2 o’clock from the United, Davls-Vorie* | chapel. Rev. W T llilton will conduct the service* Interment will he in the. Ctty cemetery. Private funeral senrloaa of Sophie' Ranjemen were held Wednesday morn ing a: M o'clock from the United. Davis-Vurirs chapel. The funeral of Gee Patron will take placo t )um morning at ll O’clock front *h© residence. 13?4 Pine St. Interment Roselawn in charge of McCarthy- Brown Tha funeral of Joseph Collstro will taka place tli - afternoon at 1 o’clock In the McCarthy-Brown funeral chapel. Interment Roselawn. Service* private. I The funeral of Anton© Anctinlk will take pise** thin morning at 8.30 from • . real lent a ivi and from st. Mary s « hurch at 3 o’clock Inter tn nt t hy-Brow n. Tha funeral of Fred nockafei| nir will ' take pli- o thl« afternoon nt 2:30 from the McCarthy - Brnw n funeral chapel. | Interment Roselawn. The funeral of f’has O r*nl© will take ; o » ■ aXtarnooi •**••• Um McOarthy-Brown funeral chapel In terment Roselawn. Fred 80. kafeliow. aged 4t years, died early yesterday at a lo«aI ho*pit©| fol lowing a brief nine.* Tim de>-*as©>i bad l»e«n a resident of this city for tb© past 30 He Is survived by Ida wife, mother and ore brother. Harry of C'hoyenne. Wyo. Arrangements In charge of M- Carthy-Brown. Th* funeral of Henona Martin©* and Infant daughter took place v©©t©rd»y morning at 5.30 from the residence, 17U Pchlsy Ave Jniemont charge of McCarthy-Brown. *n»a funeral of Pietro Plarottl took plac© yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock In the McCarthy-Brown funeral chapel and from ML Carmel church at 1 Th© pallbearers were pete Tonnelli. -Taa. Parlapiano. Tony GaglUrio. pel m* Croce. Bur Cl BonoOlllo p - ,|o- Boacl. Interment was made * n Rose, j lawn. William I'alvin, Ilttl© *nn of Mr and Mr#. Jack Rose died March 15th at th© family re den©©. 2*ll Grand Av<\ Th© funeral will fake place this after noon at 2 o'clock in the funeral chape] of T. O. Met 'arthy A O M©c© r tby Dlk. Rev M D Austin will official tntarmant will be in Roselawn r"mn fary Tha remains of h. W. Friskpy. wli» died at a local hospital Tuesday morn ing. wP| be forwarded by'T j PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Waggoner left yesterday for Long Beach, California, for a few weeks visit Mr. Wagoner expects to locate in California. He was formerly in partnership with ‘Top” Kite on West Fourth street. Mrs. John Bartley, 1701 Claremont avenue, has recovered from a severe cold and a slight attack of the “flu”. Mrs. Will Henry connected with tho ladles’ staff at the Steel Works “Y” is spending a brief vacation In southern California. Harry Lauder No. 2 Miller, who will conduct the Steel Works ”Y” community aing and entertainment at the Steel Works "Y” next Sunday has secured the services of the popular midget song and danco star Nelda Johnson for a number on the pro gram. Mrs. Thomas Johnson, 21 block O. wife of Chief of Police Johnson la con valescing from a severe cold and at tack of the "flu”. Mrs. Willis H. Cush. 1302 Wabash avenue, who suffered a stroke of paralysis is convalescent and able to bo out in pleasant weather. Miss Wanda Bartley and her broth er Joe are down from college at Boulder and visiting for ten days with their mother. Mrs. John Bartley and family, 1701 Claremont avenue. Mrs. James H. Allemnn has arrived from Baton Rouge, Pa., was called home on account of the illness of her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Pendleton of 105 East Fourth street. CLOUDS THICKEN ABOUT NEGRO LAD Intercessions by his mother and hi© pastor seem so far to have done but little In tho line of leniency for David Bedford who seems to be "in bad" on account of two purse snatching epi sodes, and who has attained an age which takes him out of the Juvenile class. Several days ago Bedford waa be foro Justice Corson on a charge of petty larceny preferred on account of his grabbing from Mrs. Pros# Ncr purse. He entered a not guilty plea, and his trial date was set for the 20th. On the way to the county Jail he told Constable McAlister he couldn't ace what tho holler wap about, as the woman had gotten her purse back; however, the $5 Inside was not re covered. Ml* Minta Jett Identified Bedford as the individual who snatched her purse on a previous occasion. And yesterday matters got worse for Bedford, for the charge of larceny from the person was laid again©t him In connection with th© Pros© affair. It Is expected to provide him with a. preliminary hearing on the 20th under this charge also. This laat offense if 1 conviction I© secured, may mean a penitentiary sentence. WYOMING OIL MAN DIES IN NEW YORK JAMESTOWN. N. T.. March IA- Frank Curtis, president of the Naw York OH company, one of the leading o|| producing companies of Wyoming, died suddenly at his home her© today. Hi wss a former district attorney of < hautauqua county, lie Is survived by his widow. G McCarthy A Co., te Buena Vista. Colo., where Interment will take place- BADISAIUC Sat R> T. Frazier when thinking off PBUIIAUId Trunks and Luggage One Swallow Does Not Make a Summer Neither Jo a few item! priced at or below cost for a couple of days make a store where all foods are sold at a small marfin of profit Don’t be misled by specials, (otherwise known as baits) PIGGLY WIGGLY’S business has been built on fair dealinf and honesty. We never fool the public. REGULAR PRICES Mazola Oil pints 29c Dot’s Sweet Chocolate, 1 '■> lb. cake 22c m |M U Oil quarts .. 52c Baker’s Premium Chocolate, V 2 lb. 19c Oil Yt gallons 99c Your Luck Coffee, vacuum pack, 1 lb. 38c Oil gallons $1.89 Crystal White Soap per bar, 5c Atlantic Brand, Standard lowa Creme Oil Soap 7'/ 2 c Corn. No. 2 can He Carnation Milk 10c Rose Carnival Loganberries, one Persian Stuffed Dates, small 14c gallon can -34 c Persian Stuffed Dates, large 47c Daisy Peas, No. 2 can 15c Baker’s Cocoa, 1 lb. can 41e Ainsley’s Fruit Salad, No. 1 can 27c Baker’s Cocoa, Vss lb. can 21c Amsley’s Fruit Salad, No. ZV2 can 46c Baker’s Cocoa, '/» lb. can . 10c Dromedary Dates 22c Brookdafe Apricots, gallon can . 78c l7ff73vvXTTTf73mTl ■ a 1 ■ * m . 1 1 * ■ M A ■ MIH Abriendo Santa v THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN Special MILLINERY SALE for Today, Friday and Saturday Nice lino of Sailors, special price f S.OO, $3.50, $5.00 One line of Trimmed Hats, special . $5.00 One line of Trimmed Hats, special $5.00 One lino of Trimmed Hats, -special - - .$7.50 Nice line of fine Pattern Hats, at I $lO.OO These arc all the best quality goods. RICHARDSON MILLINERY 110 W. 4TH ST. PHONE SSS-.T. j■■s»■»■■■■■■■■■!% • A FLUE REMEDY jgk\ Ml Now that flu in holding on© Nlwil of tho prominent places |||| ■ our minds let’s not forget tho BSJfidf mIP ■ Wo have the remedy for ■■ ■ CHANDLER CANON will keep It of soot. A clean |H ■ flue Is the LIFE nnd PEP to BaaiMli|KVsl|Jl2!v MM th© m ■ Order th© COAL WITH Wfc THE LABEL THE HOME OF lABEL COAL | 5 MOUNTAIN ICE AND COAL COMPANY n ~ Phone 34 511 ELIZABETH H IIHNIIIININBINIIIFi —— iII ' ■ I ■■■" 1 EE . . T=— ■ i Special Savings on Reliable Hardware Items from the Rainer Ildwc. Co. slock which we arc closing out, at prices to save you money. Regular $2.75 Axes (flooded) 98<* Regular $1.25 flooded. 12-tooth garden rakes at 09^ Regular $1.75 flooded Hay Fork?. SI.OO Closing out tho Rainey Stock of PAINT nt per trallon $2.00 Aluminum Sauce Pans, l 1 - and ‘J <jt. sizes, (flooded) at 15^ New Sffock of Garden Hose 50 feet of %-inch Sampson Hose $3.00 50 feet of 3 4-inch Sampson Hose $O.OO 50 feet of 1 --inch Colorado Tloso $7.50 50 feet of t-a-inch Moulded Hose $0.50 50 feet, of 3 finch Moulded Hose $7.50 BOSTON HOSE NOZZLES 75c Sprinklers at 53.25. Everything needed for Bpring work around the house, lawn and Garden THE WINCHESTER STORE OF PUEBLO The Roblnson-Gardner Hardware Company STORE NO. Z 315 South Union Avans*. Phon* 163 The Pueblo House nnd Window Cleaners. Phone 546-W. Let your house cleaning: troubles j bo ours. Wo aim to please par- j tlcular people. Vacuum Cleaners furnished by us. VULCANIZING Profit By Onr FACTORY and MODERN Method* FREE SERVICE CAR Basstnar Vale. Shop MILLER TIRES 315 W. NORTHERN. PHONE 1913-W. F. A. G. Hammill Bakery Fancy and Ornamental Cakea. Homemade Bread and Piee Special Ordera Given Prompt Attention 703 North Main Street 'fLf Kodakers | For Best Results PRINTING'AND ENLARGING Bi< Reduction in the price oi KODAKS Better Values Than Before the War Winch-Slayden’s j “For All Occeeione" Third Street. Jnet OH Main i WE DELIVER AT CASH AND CARRY PRICES TO ALL PARTS OF CITY ThnrsdflAvl 13 LBS. SUGAR 91c “* lch * s box ** * 11 _ 1 lb. Calnmet Bka Tdr. 27 C Snaps 2 LBS. SALTED I Comb Honey, ca 2IIC I COMBINATION NO. 1 ■‘EANUTS 25. THEY'RE CRACKERS SWEETEST HUT PEANUT Family Crackers 280 I—lsc pkf. Kriapy Crackera BUTTER (in bulk) LB. 19c Bbl Snap: ' “80 I—lsc pkf. Fif Bar*. - L*r Post Toasties 140 l-15c Vanilla Wafer. CHOCOLATE DIPPED 6 rolls Toilet Crepe 250 1-gc Tak-Homa Biacu.t. MARSHMALLOWS LB. 33c **Uk “"0 Br “ d 9C ALL Jt.% I 1 lb. AA H Soda J>o FOR COLUMBINE BUTTER Lge. Gold Dnst 280 I - lb 36c acaroni. Spaghetti. ■ COMBINATION NO. 2 —— Vermicelli. 3 pkss 250 I—Bc Takhom. Biscuit. STRICTLY FRESH EGGS rp 115 c Graham Crackers. I DOZ 22c | GRAPEFRUIT | I—l6c1 —16c Kriapy decker. pm a I—l2c Clover Leaf Wafer. MAJOR “C” FLOUR |#C CACtI I ALL CWT. .. : $3.60 —■■■ FOR OOC BANANAS. ———- TALL MILK, 3 CANS 25c YELLOW FIRM C ° M ® IN^ T,ON NO - 3 CREAM CHEESE LB. 29c 3f|3®2sc 1— 15c crispy Clcker. qptiy. I—l6c Vanilla Wafer. IJfI;))WWv Vi B. ■ l-iSSES?’ BAKER’S CHOCOLATE 1 —l3c Clover Leaf. " . , „ 10- l-15c Butter Thiif Main St, Ph. 1381-Bes*emer 585 1 a?f RIB BOIL LB 7c 5 LBS. A l - 1 YOUNG BELGIAN HARES SEAL BRAND COFFEE russft A p N o C tatofs vbal ROASTS LB ' l7 $1.95 RUSSET POTATOES PORK SHOULDERS LB. 14c $1.60 cwt. PORK ROASTS LB. . 15c PORK CHOPS. ___ ____ OUR OWN MAKE (end cuts) !7i/ 2C DINNER BLEND COFFEE PIMENTO CHEESE PORK STEAK 17c Afl 50c lb. FRESH BRAINS LB. 1 ® A .Ul# CORNED BEEF, LEAN, NO ! 6 to 7 lbs. BONE 15c 4 BARS CADDY CRACKERS TEST QUR COURTESY PEET’S BATH TABLETS 75c TRY OUR SERVICE 25c 1: ■ ' Work 11 Trousers yUU For All Whether you work in the mill or about the ear or garden, you will find these work trousers, unusually desirable, because they are made light, fit right, and look right. Kven in work pants, one does not have to take just any old thing—not if one visits Herman's. Men's medium weight Khaki Pants made with six wide belt loops. Pockets of good heavy drill. Cuffed bottoms. All sizes. Prico. $1.75 Others, in heavier weight at $1.95 $2.25- Medium weight khaki colored mole-skin Pants made with five trunnel belt loops; flaps on pockets, cuffed bottoms. % Price, $2.50 Extra heavv weight khaki, color mole skin. Price $3.50 Chambray Shirts Blue and Gray Men's Racine Work Shirts made of extra heavy weight (’liambray union made —in sizes 14* to1117 1 > Price $1.05 Other Work Shirts at «»d 95<\ Men’s Black Sateen Work Shirts of splendid material at $l.OO and $1.50. Kaynee Waists and Shirts for Boys These Waists and Shirts are mode of 7 ~ best quality percale in a large variety of A /£• •• V handsome colors, and patterns. They are guaranteed against lading and 1 ?£jF shrinking. Kaynee Shirts, with collar or withou*. in ail size. Price $1.50 mffij jV Kavncc Waists. Each 95c ‘UMIM/ » ~ «vTTk-/ You’ll A1w.,1 Do Boiler JRlfc HERMAN’S PHONE 1800. NORTHERN AVENUE CHIEFTAIN WANT ADS. RESULTS