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—SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1922.
GE EIGHT LOCAL BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN TO HONOR MISS PHILLIPS MISS LENA M. PHILLIPS Pueblo’s Business and Professional Women's club will tomorrow evening tender a banquet at the Commerce club dining hall to Miss Lena Madesin Phil lips. executive secretary of the Nation al Federation of Business and Profes sional Women's clubs. Miss Phillips was the founder of the I Notice That---- The usual Easter rabbits bate been around the confectionery and drug stores building: their nests and laying: epjrs of various and sundry colors. Of course, this nature faking: business doesn’t fool anybody except the chil dren. The rabbit knows better and so does the old hen and if crown ups are so ignorant, it’s their fault. But speaking of things that ain’t, reminds ino of what I saw over in Jones Drup store the other day. In fact I saw two things that seemed like what they weren’t. In one window Carl Evans bad a whole bushel basket full of stage money that look ed like the real thin? aft ho I don’t think any one would be foolish enough to break the glass and make away with it. But inside the store is, what got my goat. They had a lot of these eight inch eigoret holders like a man sometimes uses when the doc tor says he must get away from eigarets. and over them was a sign KEEPING RECORD OF ELEVATOR PATRONS Over a thousand person* were pas senger* of the rvntr.il block elevator between *» ••clock Saturday morning and u\ Saturday night. Th** number w. uld have been almost dou bled had the weather h»en otherwise Saturday morning. ;*m practically all ot the passengers rode the elevator S'turd.i\ afternoon. The elevator pilot kept a pencil and pad handy and recorded each pa- :■« -ngor and tabulated tho enormous amount of numbers with the asalfftancr of an adding machine. Th»* passengers were counted to de termine whether It would be advisable to install another elevator in the build- Irg Should the number mount to a number thought to bo advisable for the lnst.il itlon of a :*«■* <>nd elevator, the owners will Install It, It I** said. The number of patrons of the Cen tra I him V. has Increased considerably ltliln t!!>•“ part several month**. With the Fuel ’•» «’<*mmerco clhb taking over rooms on the top floor, a large num ber of business tnen rule ih*- elevator to that floor dally. Several meeting* nr** held In the Commerce club room* ea**h day. accounting for more pass'.-.i grrs. Th • opera House block fire re suited In **-veral offlcelesn business men. whe moved to the Central block; patron* of there men also Increase the daily number of passengers. PORTION OF GRAND TOWER TUMBLES The east ha!? of the tower of the Op*ra House block ruin* crumbled to the ground under the r-rraln "f the terrific wind nbout 7 n • io« k Saturday morning. All of the falllhf at ones and brick.** f* II within the w ill** of the building and no one w:*s injured. All day portions of the wall.** fell, making i: a decided dangerous place. Traffic of all nature was discontinued cn Main **tr*-*»? ■•••. ween Fourth nnd Fifth street*. Str< rt < are \' »*re forced to stop on either side «.f the roped section and transfer th* passenger* Several motorlnts and cyclist-, blind'd 1» the Saturday morning mow. ran Into the ropes stretched acros** :'je ss reet. Late Saturday afternoon official* de cided that it \va.« -.if- to r* sumo traf f . on Main street past the threaten ing t.»\v«r. and accordingly removed the blockade. • Birthday Party A delightful event orrurc*d yr**erdjy afternoon at the heme of Mrs Finmn l.eftier. 144.1 Stone avenue when sic entertained In honor of her daugh ter's fourteenth birthday Music and games formed the principal diversion Miss Mildred received many beautiful gift* Delirious refreshment* w.-n served. A huge pink and white , .|<. elaborately decorated with colored Hk urea and candles was a feature of the luncheon. Among those present were H»«-t>r McEntlro. Dorothea Dupps. Grice Wil son Beesie Cameron. Esther Hanth. Marjory Jlartle. Ruin la llartle. Agnes Driscoll. Josephine Drlscol!. Lola L»- t>r. Dorothy MeAvoy. Kern French. Mint a Ityan Ml.-gnet Falkensleln. , Mildred 1' lkc- ami Mildred T,effler. 1 National Federation of Business and Professional Women’s clubs; she is a Kentuckian by birth, was educated in music and college at Baltimore, and took the degree of bachelor of laws in I the Kentucky university. She was practicing law in her native state when the call came for her to do cer tain service in the world war, and it was during this service that she or ganized the national federation of which sho is now executive secretary, with headquarters in New York City. Organized only as far back as 1910.' the National Federation of Business and Profesisonal Women’s clubs, now has a numerical strength of 32.000. and is represented in 47 states with close to 400 clubs varying in membership from 50 t<> 1500. Mrs. Lena Lake For rest. of Detroit, one of the foremost insurance women of the country, is president of tHo federation. The organization publishes a maga- ; zinc called The Independent Woman, j and the headquarters of the federation ; are at 276 Fifth avenue. New York. The j next national convention is to be held at Chattanooga, Tenn.. in July and a thousand delegates are expected. Lota 1*:. Kelley, of Denver, national ' vice president, is also to he a guest at the banquet by the local organiza tion, beginning at the Commerce club rooms tomorrow (Monday) evening at 7 o’clock. , Members desiring banquet reserva tions should call Miss Anna Cann, 2485 J. or Miss Aloise Gaynor. 327 S W, not later than this (Sunday) evening. which read ; “New style Gillete Safety Razors. .<=1.00.»» Well, it didn’t fool me or anybody else in the dru? store but when Will Stieknev saw them ho rubbed his hand across his chin and felt he need ed a shave and walked up and bought one of those implements which he aft erwards discovered was a smoker’s accessory. Foolishly yours.—W. 11. P. MORE MOTOR TRUCKS FOR THE POSTOFFICE Th*' United States government ha.* decided to establish government own ed motor vehicle service in Pueblo, ac cording to word received by Poatofflcc Inspector C. W. Pfaffenbergrr from (1. T. Mnllalieu, general superintend ent of motor vehicle service of the postoffire department, who was in Pueblo a few weeks ago. The announ cement came after a conference be tween Mallalieu and Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, 11. if. Billany. Pueblo will be the first city in th* west to have government operated mail trucks and a complete motorized equipment. At the time Mallalieu xva* in Pueblo, bids were being advertised for private contracts to operate th** truck*, but with this announcement, the bids will be rejected. The gov ernment trucks will operate between the postoffl* e. depot and station A. In Bessemer. The government will fur nish Its own truck drivers also. Thoro arc seven truck* in service hero now. and shortly there will be three more at leant. The lat**r three will he of a larger typo than those now In use. Bids will he advertised for soon for garage space for the postoffire trucks. In case suitable space can not he ob tained in a garage, an entire garage will be leased. NEGRO ACCIDENTLY SHOOTS HIMSELF Walter Harris, negro, age 41, wa* shot accidentally thru the jeg by i,u. ther Hudson at the homo of Homer William*, at 1227 Box Elder street a* o’clock loot night. He was taken to 8L Mary’s hospital in the police ambu lance \* i**ro his wound wa* treated by I »r. W E Book ph] Several tiogroe* were drinking In the VI 011 i sold, whon H accidentally discharged a .38 calibn gun he wa* displaying. Ills condition I* not serious, the bullet piercing but a few Inch*.* of the leg. Homer William* was arrested and will be charged with running a disor derly house, and Olivo Finley, giving Use Addre*** of 220 Jilo Grand** was taken t*» the city jail, charged as an Inmate of the Williams place. Real Estate Transfers ,T F Ora ham m A f Jlurhanan I 1 *"* <1 »nH Wal.h'a rubdlM.lon f 2,600 W P McClure to William A McClure i reservoir and dlPhc i n section " . range* «o and 61. Jl no l Margaret (’ For to Chari*-* A. Fox. Sr : Jots 7 and V -block 4 Winters ad dition; $3,000. Felix Duran to Fte**i r M Wlgton !**t* .*•) and 3*> : block .161; Wiley and Ulmmlnrlain addition. ssen Warron G Harding t«» Charles X Thurston; .*• r*= in taction 13 twp. I*. range 67 sl. Jain*' »*. Hereulr* tr* Mac and 1 >re f'levonger; S' n trx In reetinn and 15 bloek . ; ranee 6V $| ru> W. O Pet'-rsop !* I’hillp snd Vera Fabrlalo: w«i io feof ~f «r*c *ide ! lor 5. Mo.-k Jl. II ftl. The King Invest men* and Limber ro-npan* to A T.. Haw>* in** i and Hook K*. Mlnnequa addition Ji.nnn Witt? TT Keeler t<• T c ; to!* 27 and 2*. block 7 r.i’.inrr nv* nti addition. $2,000 Warren G Harding to Jake Mueuch 332.39 acre* in section 31. and 35. twp. ti*. ranges 66 and <* T : U s*. patent. Todd C. Stnrer. as public trustee, to Willis If Keeler; lot 3, block 7. St Charles Mesa. $2.000. .T O. Harvey »«. Willis If. Keeler: lot 3 block Tt. St. Charles Mesa, $1,500. Agnes VI Drum to Will A Leo; lot ■T Mklns subdivision, $1..v»0. Bii Tvler to Morris Hike, lof 16 t,|k . THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN Spring-Needs Suggestions HOME FURNISHINGS Telephone Us Spring Housecleaning I,jjjfjjjj* KP) For a man to measure for your new win- T ¥ T T T dow shades. You can have any style or size In I I vn/nvv I I q you wish. You can match most any color Xd V/ v/d scheme you desire. A well fitted shade is * worth many times its cost in added value You nc « d at those smoky .dirty curtains and I to a home Ask us to estimate your shade drapes any longer. Let us figure the cost of new ones for you. 1 job. Have you seen the made up samples on our third floor? Better ■ do it before you decide on your new ones. Ivory Marquisette, /Iwmu*ntuL\ I \ wiattV q . i You Can Save Your Floors F k/PvClft I By covering them with linoleum. It will also add to the beauty * _ ’ V of the room. See our display of Armstrong's Linoleum. We Mrnfpr'f Ym 1 r r^nrr'noc Three different grades of Carpet have the faeilities for quick and careful laying of yonr lino- *ULCLL 1 UUI a UIUICo Sweepers at leum. Sec tho patterns wc have in stock. * From the hot tun this summer with Aero- C1 QQ A J -t f • W lux. This ventilating porch shade is a "no «pi*«7o Armcrmnoc / in/l/Ainn whip" shade. It really adds a room to Clliildu UliMa XiliiUiuUiil yonr home. Comes in brown and green This is to dean up odds and ends of cjrVl /_ -a. Honam colors, in different widths. See the sam stock. No phone calls delivered. J" VQ/ ple9 on our noor You need an oil stove this kind of weather Bee Vac Electric Vacuum Cleaners THE FLORENCE AUTOMATIC is ft good baker. It haa a short burner. It does not smoke. One burner operates on a f dlon of oil for 20 hours. No wicks to Genuine Vacuum Cleaning is a suction process in bnrn out. Come and see this wonderful store. which all imbedded dirt is extracted from the i-v • 1 T /\/\ body of ruga draperies, upholstered furniture X need from 2b LH.UU UD * nd without the labor of remor- Y J ing the from their permanent locations. This tuction proceaa ia the OVENS PERFECTION up fwi'iß'.M am n 3o c We would chance | p to demonstrate to you that our Bee Vac will extract dirt from an clean rug and the It will m ■ cost nothing for ua to show you our Bee W yL Vac. Phone tomorrow for our Bee Vac man. Mgm " w Priced $45.00. 10% Discount For Cash. i , ■■ Dini c ngßoom FrrrrKj ouites > , lr j buffet with mirror. on our second floor shows how wc try to |ll| \ j|| 11 [ i 'Tlf have just what you want at all times. If - —| you haven’t seen them yet. you must. 'ySll'U'lL || Thev are a revelation in style and work- / VO v 1 .« . , . . manship. All in golden oak MAJESTIC ~ CALORIC ranges furnaces *o9 SANTA FE. JUST AROUND THE CORNER FROM FOURTH ' » LIQUOR LADEN YACHT CLEARED OF 505 CASES OF RARE WINES MIAMI. Fla March I* -Th*» >«ch»j Patr!*-!.i. ownH b> .lanir** 'heßßi N»-w York, whlfli, with box gaaea orj li*|ilor. ini* htrr «*»»Ih) bv r»i -tnniß Mfficlnl*. wa* .-nl* r*-l rfkasr.i 1 (hla afternoon b> *’•>). » G Nutt. * hi»'f •>f tho narenti • rllvialon of tho treasury department. The liquor, however, woi rotnovorl and (ilaeni in n warehouse f« r further il!*T* ~81 li f »n. The unloading of th*' cargo. whl« li was rtore«i | n a ’ war«*houae to |»*» hel l pending action by tiio courts, cotunusod the greater! iftei i lArg made In thi* section of PMtida and <. Itl th# nnf • • it|« nof three car loads 1 |of liquor on the track* of tii« Florida Fist (’oast railway here. at. Fort Pior. n an.l In Jarkeonvllle. Thu ; da • J night ami Friday night, brings tit*» to tal seizure; of liquor In th*' state to 1.f*57 «;ises during the last three da>*» The yacht |a owned l*y .lame* Bhe «an, ami When the officer* boarded the yacht. Edwin S. shew an. l»rt*thor of the owner, who was aboard with hie [ family rueh***l to a telegraph office «nd wired Attorney General Daugherty to ;*>rd«r the release of the cargo. Shewnn I i-lslm* the liquor Is the same seized at San Francisco a year ago by prohibi tion off • it-* but whleh was returned | to ldm n* liquor ftun-hused l*efo»‘Ci the MRS. JOHN A. THATCHER DIES IN PHILADELPHIA Mrs Margaret a Thatrher. widow of John A Thatcher, pioneer Purblo hanker, died In Philadelphia early Sat urday morning following an Illness 6f two months she was 76 year# of age at the time of her death Last Wednes day she left for Philadelphia to consult specialists there ..p disease* of the heart and expected to obtain some re lief Her three children. John 1! and Ray mond f . of Pueblo and Mrs. Forest Butherforn of New York were with her when she died federal prohibition he. < amt effective. FIREMEN ARE KEPT BUSY ON SATURDAY Shortly before the lIOO.OOn Fltt* manufacturing rompanyu fir#, an alarm was received from the pueblo llurdware company at Fourth street an«l Santa !•> avenue yesterday morn ing A smokey flue In the furnace of iho port'd* plumbing company upM door filled both places with smoko. No damn go was done. A cigarct cnrdcssly thrown on the floor and probably kicked Into nonm papers hack of the counter caused a small flro at tho Fdelstein cigar store nl Third and Main streets, 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon. The fire was put out before the firemen arrived and did not rotult in an> lots. Tourists Injured During Snow Storm “ ’ : •• tor and c r 1 "'7• Tlirr,,Wl > -' •P-J death Abo.- • ar n,orn,n * »!’ v h ' h ,hrv "•«•*■# rldtng o\e r T' : k mnr * rueh’ on the Walsenhurg h|ghw«\ The thr. . errr drl\ ing to FprlnjTfteld. Missoni. A*l! '"V •b*r , »«rdlna. <'alifm nia All of them were pinned under the •ar and we r ,. picked up and taken to t!.*! 1 ,. Y nr . m hoUso h y '’harles Mulva Richard Hums and Miss Attdre\ Harney, who wore returning to Puebl" from Aguilar where they had pla'• I for a dance. The accident occurred o n the slippery highway when the driver was Mind'd ■ ,hn falling snow and drov. the . ar* over tho Side of the road. Mrs Petti-r wa« thr most serlnush Injure,] n f th. three, hut n’l are expected to recover ’"lthln a fiiv days.