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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1913)
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1913
Stores Are Filled With Dainty
Articles Suitable for the
Big Gift Season.
TIh season fr the ("Uiri-I ma
.shoppinp. which lias began, in
full blast, has brunch! ul many
uf early ln ''I'M. who have
found lli' iiificlianU .if the city
haf forestalled their wants ami
have mi haiiil a larpe stork f
seasonable articles fr i-imiiimh-ances
lui 'in:-' this pa-cat festal
st-a-nii. . Tin dilfereut merchants
have arraupcd ! meet the prices
of Hi,, city merchants with stocks
of poods f;1. superior anl at
prices thai will compare with any
it" the stores of Omaha of Lin
coln. A Journal represent at ive
has made a visit ti the different
store's uf 1 1 1 city to view their
offerings, ami timi that they are
amply able In stipj !y t iu wanl
The iir-t place visited was that
of the dot limp stoic of C. 1.
Wc-colt's Sons. :i 1 1 1 here I In
firm was fum. in the midst o
1 1 i - hip overcoat week, as they
are makinp- a speciality all this
Week of the overcoats Carried ill
stock ami olferinp Ihem at prices
that makes anyone sit ii ami
take notice. The tirm early in the
season closed itll one of the
larpe eastern wholesale houses
for a line oT overcoats of excep
tional value, ami I hey are enabled
by-; this lo pjve (heir customers
the l.enetit uf the rhrncc to buy
a lirst -class nvi'icua'. at prices
-o low as to he surprising. The
bip- overcoat week has detracted
somewhat from the pushing of
the Christmas lines of poods, but
they are all in the store on dis
play arnl the lines" are complete
in every detail. Sinokinp- jackets
ami louupinp robes are on sale
for those who desire something:
classy ami. up-to-the-minute iu
Christmas pifls. ami he array of
ties offered embraces everylhinp
that coul. 1 possibly be desire. by
anyone. The ties are displayed
in haml-ome Christmas boxes
and range in all prices that could
be desired. A special in this line
is ties in boxes at 29 cents, which
are of a line line of si'k and were
secured al a special bargain, ard
the public here are now piven
ll.e chance to secure these at
price belter than it is possible
to pet them f.r in Omaha. An
other very neat article offered is
(lie black lnorioco combination
travelers set. which is construct
ed so as to be capable of beinp
packed in a small space an1' can
be placed in I he most, closely
fiacked trunk. Their lines of
silk-line, 1 gloves. . fur caps,
murders. Holeproof hose in
Christinas boxes, sweater coals,
fancy suspenders, cuff button
sets, stickpins, garters in fancy
boxes, and an especially stroup
line of Oualily clothes at prices
within the reach of all. The
show windows of this store,
irimmed with red plush, the pleat
rape of the city window dec
orators, pives a hint of the many
pood thinps that lie within the
stole. and the seeinp is the
A little further up the street
one enters the hardware store of
i. 1'. Kastvo,n. where very sub
stantial pre-enls can be secured
and very handsomes at thai, as
Hi is firm has a larpe line of the
celebrated community silver
ware, in addition to an attractive
assortment of chafing dishes,
coffee urns and pereulators. cas
seroles, sail and pepper sets.
This firm also has a larpe line of
iilumninurn wear suitable for
Useful pifts to the wife or molh
'r. and also ;i fine line of ran?"
which would prove a very accept
able present to the housewife and
one which could not help buf
please Ihe most exact inp.
The drug store of Woyrieh tY.
Iladraba contains a wonderful
storehouse of gifts for the Yule
tide, chief of .which are .Ihe
kodaks, a complete line of which
is carried hv, .this tirm. and in all
sizes and at all prices, and this
will make a wonderfully ap
preciated pift, either for man or
woman, and will prove delightful
in the years .. come. Here also
can be found a full line of mani
cure sets, perfume in fancy bot
tles, fountain pens, cigars and
pipes and cases and for the man
who loves to shave himself a full
line ..f safety razors at very
reasonable prices, as well as a
most complete line of mirrors of
all des-ripf ions and kinds. This
store is being artistically dec
orated and will present one of
the handsomest appearance of
any in the city.
The larpe deportment store of
II. Iovey & Son certainly pre
sents tlie appearance of Christ
mas neauquari ers. as mere is
pathered almost everyfhinp that
could possibly be desired in the
way of pifts of every sort, from
lolls of file tiniest up to the most
expensive dress fabrics on the
markets of the world. This firm
has in the last two years install
ed a line of Christmas novelties
of all sorts, euibracinp small ar
ticles of every description, in
clutlinp all sorts of thinps for the
little one and prown-ups. includ
ing ash trays, candlesticks, jewel
boxes. necktie holders, leather
hand-baps, mesh baps, dolls and
wagons, as well as toys of all de
scriptions, needle work. pillow
cases, doilies, fancy slocks and
lies for ladies, aprons ami a full
Continued on Tace ."
APRON BY LODGE
From Weilnfsday's J"al!y.
The Masonic lo.pe held a very
largely attended meetinp Mon
day eveuinp at their temple, at
the Close of which a very much
enjoyed banquet was served to
the members in the hamiicl
room and the occasion will bmp
be remembered as a very pleas
ant one for all who were present
around the fes(j;tl board, where
this splendid bdy of represent
atives of the craft pathered. A
very pleasant feature of the
meetinp' was the presentation in
Will jam A. Hoberlson. a former
master of Plat t si, unit h lodpe No.
C), of a tine while satin past
master's apron suitably orna
mented with the emblems of Ma
sonary. The presentation speech
was made by Cuy D. Mc.Maken in
behalf of the h.dpe. o which Mr.
Robertson very peacefully re
sponded, cxpressinp his deep
feelinpr over the beautiful
emblem of this order that had
been conferred upon him.
ELKS HOLD VERY
From Wednesday's Pally.
I as eveuinp the Elks lodpe
held a larpely attended and en
thusiastic meetinp at the club
rooms in the Coales block and
several new members were re
ceived into the oiiler. Following
the close of the lodpe Ihe mem
bers were treated lo a most
sumptuous luncheon, which has
become a much looked forward
to feature of the meetinp niphts,
and the delicacies were done
ample justice to by the members.
The Elks are constantly increas
inp their membership in this city
and now have a fine, live lodpe,
that is anxiously await inp th"
day they move into their own club
house that is being prepared for
them on North Sixth street.
Hood 100-aere farm. 3'i miles
southeast of fircenwood. Nb.:
1. acres in winter wheat, 30
acres meadow. Also pood 1 Go
acre farm 1 -i miles west of
ireenwood. Neb.; 70 acres in
winter wheat, 12 acres alfalfa.
Call on or write, A. D. Wellon. or
Farjner.s State Bank, Greenwood.
A HARE MUS
Pupils Show Great Skill in Their
Playing and Are Apt Students
of the Able Instructor.
From We dnesilay's Daily.
The m usic-lov inp public of the
city was piven a very pleasiuir
treat, last evenimr al the Modern
Woodman hall on Ihe occasion of
the recital piven by the pupils of
l'rof. Frank J. Kolbaba. Ihe tal
ented violin virtuoso, and the
youiiir people acquitted them
selves with preat credit and de
serve the hiphest praise for th
skill and ability shown in their
handlinp of the violin, as well as
tin number of talented accom
panists, who by their work as
sisted in makinp the event the
splendid and enjoyable success
that it was. l'rof. Kolbaba was
very fortunate in havinp for the
accompanist for the concert Miss
Emma Cummins, who assisted in
the numbers piven by Mr. Kol
baba and his pupils fnun nmaha.
The recital was opened by lit
tle Miss Mary V;i-;ik of Omaha,
who pave the "Aire from Ilir-'ojet-ln"
in a pleasinp manner-, and
was followed by Miss ('.race Tlee
s.in in a cradle souir. pien iu a
manner that reflected preat
credit upon this you up- lady. She
was accompanied by her sister.
Miss Elizabeth Heeson. Miss
Genevieve Wllelan. one of Ihe
younpest of the pupils, showed
much skill in the playinp- of her
number. "Silver Chimes." beinc
assisted by Francis Whelan. who
played the piano accompaniment.
Leo Kraus and John Epenberp
er. who pave "Flower's to
Flowers" and "Dancinp Stars."
as I heir different selections, ren
dered t hem in a manner that r e
flected more than the ordinary
amount of credit upon these
youn'p men. and they were warm
ly encored -by the deliphled audi
ence. Miss Helen Ec'enherper
played the piano score for her
brother in a very artistic way
that showed preat skill upon her
part. A violin duet was piven by
two of the yoiinper pupil. John
and Theodore Svohoda. the "l!
hemian Soup beinp their offer
in p and they were assisted by
Miss Frances .Tanda at the piano.
The two strongest numbers piven
by the younper pupils were those
of Miss Altmau and Robert
Krohler. and the way in which
these younpr men handled their
selections shows plainly that
they have a splendid future be
fore them iu the musical world,
and it is safe to predict that they
will make a record for themselves
in this line. Misses Apnes lia
jeck and Katherine Waddick as
sisted in these numbers with
their clever handlinp of the
piano. This section of the pro
pram was closed by the playinp
of "Hail Columbia" by the mem
bers of the (wo classes of little
The more advanced classes of
Prof. Kolbaba were piven the
second part of the propram and
their work was of such a hiph
character as lo draw out a preat
many words of praise- for the
skill shown ami for the clear and
sweet tones produced by the dif
ferent players. Miss Apnes Holly
pave as her ofl'erinp "Annie
Laurie" in different variations,
which showed preat ability in Ihe
younp lady and in the able in
struction she had received in her
playinp-. She was accompanied
by Miss Elizabeth Fajeck at the
piano. Edward lbuvda of Oma
ha deliphfed and surprised the
audience by his skillful playinp-.
which was worthy of one far
more advanced in years, and lie
will have a bripht future jf lie
follows up Ihe art he has shown
such ability in. Chester Tuey
pave as his ofTerinp "Luos Op.
5." a very difficult selection, and
the younp man was warmly ap
plauded by . Ihe auditors. Miss
Zelma Tuey was the accompanist
fop this number and her work
greatly assisted in makinp; it a
pleasinp real for the audience.
Louis Lorenz played as his num
ber. "La l'alonia." and the sweet
strains of this Spanish master
piece was much enjoyed by
everyone present and it was with
repret that they parted with this
The last numbers n the pro
pram were offered by the Omaha
pupils of l'rof. Kolbaba. and
these two unp men. Victor
Vasak and Charles Simauek. are
amonp' the best that have ever
been heard in this city, and Mr.
Simanek especially has a won
derful expression in his playinp
that is equal to any violinist's in
the business today, ami he is a
worthy pupil of the talented
teacher, who has developed his
Professor Kolbaba pave two
very dilhcult numbers on the
propram. "Lullaby op. i' 1. No.
;." of his own coin posjt joii, a
very dreamy ami sweet number'
that was most pleasinp-. and fol
lowed this by the "llunpariari
Dance No. ."."" by Mrahnts. a se
lection filled with all the wild
beauty of this national music,
and these selections were so
loudlv applauded that the pluver
was forced to respond with an
encore. The recital was closed
by the rendition of a new com
position of Mr. Kolbaba. "The
Dawn of Love," by Ihe advanced
pupil s, and as the strains of thi
selection died away, it close.) one
of the most thor-ouphly enjoyed
musical treats ever piven in this
CASS COUNTY IN
From Wednesday's Paily.
The murder trial of Mrs. John
Johnson, at Wahoo. in which she
is c harped with havinp: killed her
husband, who was known a
"Dutch" Johnson, has attracted
a preat deal of attention in 'his
county, as the mui.ieid man was
a former resident of the vicinitv
of Smith Mend, in this imi.iiIv,
and a few years apo had a lavv
ruil over the injury to his d.iuph
ler caused by a defective s'.le
wr.lk in Ihat place, and he ibd
suit in the county curt here, but
the case was settled and Ci" man
and his family later removed b
Saunders county, where he was
carried to the woman who has
b--en piai e.l on trial for the at
leped mur der of her husband. Mr.
Johnson was a very peculiar man
end his acquaintances IIiioupIi
oul this county were never ei
fa 'Miliar with him. as he di.i not
seem to invite friendship with
(l ose he met. and when lie vvas
killed it was several davs before
the body was found, as nis
al sence from bis home and i
c: lily had iml attracted much af
1' nt ion.
NEW COTTAGE BEING
ERECTED BY THE FIRM
OF PETERS & RICHARDS
From Tuesday's Pally.
The new coffape thai is beinp
erected on Elm street by Peters
& Hichards. the contractors, is
rapidly neariup completion and
will be found a most pleasinp ad
dition to the properly in that
section of the city. The resi
dence will be used for rental
purposes and will be finished in
a most up-to-date manner char
acteristic of the work of this
firm, and when placed on the
mar ket w ill be preat ly in demand
from anyone desirinff a first
class residence. Hy the erection
of this coffape another of the
vacant places in the city is filled
up and more room afforded for
the increasing: population of the
For Sale. .
Furniture and fixtures in 11
room hotel, in pood location.
Best of reason for selling-. Mrs.
S. E. Harris, Cedar Greek. Neb.
Very Busy Session, and Matter of
Better Lights for the City One
of the Chief Topics.
From Tuesday's. Pal'y.
The eilv council, at ils meet-
inp- lasi evenmp. sm;isie, ai
records f.r rapid-fire work. !
hip in session only forty min
utes, an.l by I lie time that this
aupusl bo.lv peiierallv is peiiinp
wound up for action the members
Were home. All of the members
of Ihe eoillicil except Hichey ; 1 1 1 I
Hallstroni were present when the
mayor rapped for ";,;er. and
Hichey came ju a lew minutes
later and wa recorded n h'inp
present al roll call.
The reports of the dltferenf
city ollicials were lead a to Ihe
condition of their oilics .luiinp
the month. City r.Iei k Wurl re
ported havinp- collected ss-j.-jk
dnrinp the month, and the police
jud-e had a r'cor.-bre;ikinP
month. havinp collected lb
princely sum of -siil from the dif
ferent, prisoner arraigned be
fore him on different offenses.
Ehief of police Hainey reported
that thirty-six arrests had been
made iluriiip the month, with the
various dispositions made of
The report of Ihe finance com
mit f the bills for slieel lipllt-
inp broiiphl forth a loud protest
from the different coum-iliuen.
who had noticed the peiieral
character of the service furnish
ed. The mailer was broupht up
by l "on in1 i 1 nut n Shea, who want
ed to know why the street lipids
were not biiruinp early in the
niorniiip and the current turned
on so that the early risers ...iiid
have Hie benefit of the llpllt. lie
did not believe tile city should
pay for lipids that were n.. in
Use . in shape to be used, and
that the lipht. company should !
compelled to live up to its con
tract. This sentiment wa also
expressed by i '.on 1 1 c 1 1 1 1 1 a n Imtlery
of the Seond ward, who had
noticed, he siii.l. that the -I reel
liphts were allow.-. I to burn a'!
day in some places on the avenue
and at niphl the mantels were all
smoked up. with the result that
it was impossible f,, tlse them for
an v effect iv e work.
Councilman Hichey ihoupht if
the council could not locate de
finitely the liphts thill Wele out
of commission they had belter
allow the bill and keep closer
watch on the different IipIiIs in.caske! t.-aiiip ail iliat wa-'
the future and briup' the lipht
company t a show...wn.
C.ouncilinan Vioman staled thai
he could say that the electric
street lipht on lloldridpe street,
in his ward, had been out several
times in the pi"t week and In
had been to (he otlice of the lipht
company in repaid to the matter,
but without any success. The
matter was finally settled by the
amendinP of the finance com
mittee's report by Hutlery to re
fer the lipht company's bill to
ihe claims committee for settle
ment. The claims committee reported
back the claim of L N. Cummins
for r0 cents for buryinp a dop
and recommended that it be paid.
which was so ordered.
The fire ami water committee
reported that thev had examin
ed Ihe fire hydrant at the corner
of (lold -and Sevenlh streets and
found that it was set only four
inches from the pronnd and did
not pive sufficient room o attach
the fire hose properly, and on
motion the city clerk was ordered
to send the water company notice
to place the hydrant in proper
shape for use.
The committee to which was
referred (he mailer of convertitip
the basement of the city hall or
the small brick buildinp- in Ihe
rear info a '"bum" shanty, recom
mended that the present frame
buildinp on pearl street be re
tained, as it Would not look well
lo have a place n-f this kind r p-
positc the line government huild-
a nd the c it v a :i. .i i -i ;
! position to lak.- i'p ih. v..:r. aii
presfuj. The c i 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' i - ;. -recommended
lti.it i'o- p..;.,.-;
jlldpe's oTi ee be n-e ii- a l.e.t.l-j
quarters for tin- p. -'.i. e. J i,,. t. . j
port ,,f h- committee v .' - j
e.l ami pl.i e, r,;,-.
Miivor Saltier. i.t u few
marks, cal -,) the ali.-i r .to-,
council to the m-c.l ..f i.. -Ijphlihp
ficilitie, Jor : he -iie -
of 1 lie cit V . ).. .: b in ! I; e t.i i i
di!rid and in the i ,-',t
tion. and he Ih.m-ii! thai 'i.ej
I line Was "pe lo iM'iiM il I ! .. ! t . .
this matter now m the wo'.,
season. lie vva in f .1 v r- of
inp ei.-cl i oil. -s nista,'e.f hi
eef..n if po-il'e. a -'!,
,u. j, i.ht
was ii.. I a.!e .. fur-ei-h the p..w.r jj
I o slll'l'l I lie c i ; V Willi I'll! t'.-i' 1 ',. . .
run the lights. I i i r i -..ine .in - j, M's f
coiupauv s,n;. ;. :ie.i .m
p. rt ii n 1 1 v I., com.- in and -i.t ;!
.. ".I i
II" wiiu ill'- i i , ; ! i i ; .
I '...ii lie 1 1 in a n Lii"hiri"rv -Ii e.J
that the I'.nin ii..(-.- i a I lii. ai : -
i . . . i .. t . .
I e.il III'-'. Oi . il.ni " l A
Coll I III i I I ee to I a II V it s I e ,i I , ; e. -
men of I In- citv with a i-'i . t
havinp 1 lie electrolier-. iiit;
but had made n.. rep..-;, a'tti --i;
lie lindelslood Ilia! s., (le Jw. :e
of the merchant" had ..J
llei- VV 1 1 1 I lip Uf"" o pi, in llo';'
1 IP III " if ! be cit v Woi !. r i ; II' I " 1 1 i
t lie I'lin.'l't to II, ;i the.,., aid ' h r
proposition looked : I !
successful. The in.ii r a:. !.e
beheve.l the cst VV o I : I 1 Wll! 1
' i "out in tie.
THE FUNERAL OF THE
LATE EM I L MEISIN6ER
HELD LAST SUNDAY
Frem Tii'.lnr', T i I r
The f l.';ei a i of the la! e l .l, ll j ,
Meisin-'ei- v:i. belli smi!:i iifl.'r.
j ea ' l -
noon from llo- i:eieiio' ciu.r.-h.l. ..
f W ,1 !l I ?ie
near C.e.tai' Creek .::! wa- al-, , .
iende.j bv a larpe pt:' der (.f if;-
lie- oUP If'IH s of I,e atl l'V
and the il. liil' ii Voii!'. loan. !
win. Icaifiillv paid their !.i-J;
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limine io ine 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ! I.. I
lovinp frieiiif an. companion, vv h '
Wa -o "liddenlv ca!e,l ;,;
early manh t. Tt.e ; -i
were in cha.'pe i.f !! .1. II
Sleper of SI. Paul'" church ofi''''1 ' ;" ' h"
I :a 1 1 " iiioi ; i n an.i w-r- in ''n.i
With the beautiful bii''!a! se- , e
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til- ,.t ll'-l .Ml IO'..l. Il.'
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and beaiitifu! a- d ''nth ex-j
pressed the deep feeli!,- over Hie
joss ,.f ffll- VVorfh' oC, j
thai wa- felt throu-hoti!
section ..r the c. unu. T.. it.e
jiateuts r. and Mr. .bdin M.m.:
"inper and the oilier i'-;a'ie the.
dei-pcsl "XmpalllV of the entire
Colli III II I! I I Will t V I el..ed ill'
the loss tfiev have .ii-l a '. i Tl''
mortal ..f the d.-p i 'Ted wa-J
t-n.erv bor iie to its la-t re. Imp
plaee in Ihe i.iendale ce.,,. i. r v
by Ihe v.mnp r,,c,ls ;,.! .... -
I'. mi. iis of Mr. M'in U'r.
W. S. WISE. FORMER
CITIZEN OF PLATTSMOUTH
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located at till... Hawaii, wle-... h-
j" ellPilPed Ml t lie p' act r e of law .
.Mr. Wise is a uie.i!. r ..f in
Ito.val Arcanum of Ihi- c;ty a -. I,
desired to .e I eitieni '.ercl ti:-
man oi.i irieii.i-. i. v.i in
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early nineties that V r. Wise bf'j
this citv wdb hi f.:ini. and !o
lillilllV b.cate.l iu Ihe tell !! of'
Hawaii, where ha ha- l..--;i 'i l
succe- fu 1.
Sheriff Goes to Elmwood.
From Tue-fdnv Iiallr
This inoiniup Shiri'f .uintori
de.arlei f.r I'.lmw o..,. where he
Wits called to secure L.ddie f-
IiouPiil. a vounp bid. ap.i"-!
whom a charpe of incrr ipah-l it I
had been lib. by T.. T. '."'iht of
ttiat place, and the .. vv , 1 1 e
broupht here to appf'nr in county
Court to -ee whether it vv d 1 !
necessary lo nd him to tti
state sclmol uf Ka-n.ey.
Church Crowded With Frinds
Gathered to Py Their
Last Sad Tribute.
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