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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1914)
tiie m:i;: ow ana. friday. iki-:mi:kij iou.
Debutantes Honored at Party
A S. fr- '''''4r i r1 s ' -I- i
ranch at MolMho. Ten. Minn Adah Klnpp
returned from Fycamore. 111., Monday,
amf Arthur Klnpp returned from lha N
braka university Friday.
Mr. Phillip Chaao la homa from lha
t'nlvrrelty of Nebraska to apend tlia
holiday with Ma parent.
Mr. F.dward Iirnok and daughters
Mis Prooki and Misses Oenevleve
Brook, from Washington. t. C, arrived
today to be tha guest of Mr. Brooka'
sloter, Mr. M. T. Barlow, and Mr. Barlow.
Mr. Thomas C. ! Hhane, who (a now
locat'd In Peoria. 111.. returned to Omaha
Tuesday to spend the liolldava with hla j
parent. Mr. nnd Mm. James If. Mo .
JudKe and Mia. Cornish and lamlly of
Lincoln, h mmpanlcd by Mliia Anna Tlh-
Christmas Services with Special
Manic Will Be Celebrated at
ircnt, this eenln Ml T.. o'rloik.
pronram will bo inatle up of onir,
rlr and recitations.
BISHOP SCANlfZLL TO SAY MASS
Will Preald at Pontifical lMMr
at OVInfk KpUrnpallan
A re o Have MnmliK
RjierlHl rrrvk-es will he icW.hratcd In
hinliv f "l ... ,.Kb . . Ii i i ... . I. r, 11,1a ' V. -1 1
bett. arrived this morning to be guests. , . ..... ...
- . ........ - 'morning. Music brflttlna the orraaion will
tf. -p. ..i. "ii nil iiT.-r nifii'iiiy.
of Mr. J. M
Ir. and Mm. W. H. Spatildlnir and chil
dren of Keraev. C:olo., will iend the
holiday with Mra. Hpauldlng'a parents,
Mr. and Mra. John J. C'anwell.
Mr. and Mra. J. K. Haum and Mlaa
Katherlno Bantu of PlillarU-Iphla arrived
thla morning and nro uneta at the
Kirkendall home for the holiilaya. Many
affalra have been ) lannrd for every day
of their atay In On nha.
MlHa Julia Kaftree, elater of Mra. .t. II.
Reaton, and Mlna Kva Hunt, both of
hlcaKO, will be the guenta of Mr. and
Mra. Beaton over the holiday.
Mr. and Mra. Mllea 1). llouok, Jr.. and
aona of I.lneoln are here to apend tli
liolldaya with Mr. and Mra. M. p. llourk,
li-maes Hocks teller
By MELLIFICIA. Thursday, December 24, 1914.
CHRJSTMAS dlDner crlebratlona are to be most popular with Omaha
Dr. and Mn, C. C. Allison will entertain at one of the largest
partiea.' Around their table, which will be decorated with holly,
greena.and Chrintruas noveltlea, will be Mr. John D. Crelghton, Mr. and
Mra. John M. Daugherty, MeaHra. John C. Daugherty, Frederick A. Daugh
erty, Edward A. Daugherty, Claire Daugherty and George Daugherty, Mra.
F. A. Nash, Master Fred A. Nash, Jr.; little Miss Kmma Nash, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlea H. Crelghton, Miss Ellen Crelghton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crelgh
ton, John D. Crelghton, 2d; Edward A. Crelghton, Jr.; William Connell
CreJghton. Mr. .William Agnew of Lexington. Ky.; Dr. and Mra. C. C. Alli
son, Miss Grace E. Allison and Mr. Charlea C. Allison.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kuhn will give a dinner for their house guest, Miss
Helen Louise Crosby, of Topeka. Kan. Miniature Christmas trees will be
used as the' table decorations and will mark the places of the guests. Red
satin ribbon will' be atretched across the table and red flowers, combined
with Christmas evergreens, will make a low mound for a centerpiece.
Covers will toe placed for Misses Helen Louise CroRby, Stella Thummel, Eu
eenia Patterson, Alice Jaquith, Harriet MeU, Ann Glfford, Gertrude Metr,
Elizabeth Reed, Marlon Kuhn; Messrs. Francis Gaines, John IiOomls, Oerrlt
PVrt. PhlHn Meti. John Ravler. Drezel Sibbernsen. Harry Koch, Jack
Summers and E. T. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dixon will entertain Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fairfield,
Mr. and Mrs.-Charlea Stewart, Mrs. Victor II. Coffmnn. Miss Daisy Doane,
Miss Marie 8tewart; Messrs. E. W. Harte, C. W. Hull, Luther Drake,
Charles Saunders and Dr. W. O. Bridges.
Wita Mr. and Mrs. T, B. McPherson -will be the members of their
family, who bav returned from elsewhere to apend the day together. At
th,. dinner corera will be Dlaced for Mr. and Mrs. win McPherson or
Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McPherson of Wyoming, Miss Louise Mc
Pherson and Miss Margaret McPherson.
Mrs. F. P. Kirkendall will give a family dinner in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. J E. Baum of Philadelphia. Covers will be placed for sixteen and the
.(inner will be followed by bridge.
Mrs. E. W..Nash will entertain at a dinner of eighteen covers at her
homa. Her guests will be Mr. and Mrs. George Myers of Dubuque and
family, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Crofoot and family, Mr. and Mra. Louis Nash
and family, Miss Frances Nash and Miss Proulx.
Hard tlmea la It,
' . Wolf a kutkln1
Hound the door;
Cot of llvln"
Juat a trtaht.
Vakea no clKfrunc
Whal'a the awme
Paiita a romln'
Jutit the aainn.
War a waalln'
War doRii bayln'
At our doora;
1 , L)lcord tlirlvln".
I'eaoa entoomi-d; ,
, People atarvln'.
Makea no dlffnmoe
la up an doln.
6UI1 a brotlln1.
For flsht a apollln';
Cm the border
For law and order
But the doga
Of war are bayln' '
Thla here mow
la prime for ah-l(hln't
And ganta'a toola
Have not been ruatln'
Fnr here he atanda
With park a buetln.
rlctta Irexl, Frank Drexel and Herman
Mr. an! Mra. T. N. Croaby will enter
tain at dinner t'hriatmaa for Mr. nd
Mra. A. K. Oompton of South Pakota.
Mr. and Mra. I n. Compton and MUa
Mr. and Mra. J. V. Prentlaa will have
aa their Chrlatniaa dinner sueata iMIaa
Marguerite IVentlaa and Mr. Henry
Adama of Sheridan. Wyo.
Uthera who will hold family dinners on
ChrlDtmua are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bun
derland. who will have twelve . suea'a
Mr. and Mia. V. O. Fuller, eight; Mr.
II. D. Keed. and Mra. K. M. Fay, nine.
Mr. and Mra. W. E. Reed and Mr. anl
Mrs. W. W. Ftaher will give a dinner
hrlatmaa day in honor of Mra. 3. M
Oulld of Payton, O. Covers will be placed
Et-A-Virp Chriitman Party.
The Kt-A-VIrp club give their Chrlet-
nian parly at i hambers this evening.
Thoae preaent will be:
Mra J. M. MetraU will give a family
dinner ChrUtmas day. The table will be
decorated with dark red carnnltona and
Chrlatmaa greena. 'Covers will be pl".l
for Judge and Mr. Cornlah o( Lincoln,
Mlaa Virginia Cornlah. Maatera Jod and
Albert CornUh. Jr.': Wins Anna TlbbetU
aad Mrs. Metcalf.
Mr. and Mra. K. R. Ram d ale will en
tertaln at dinner rhrnrtmaa Mlaaea BlacK-
more. Mlaaea Itedfleld. Kara Kan'
bom. Ida Ularkmnre. Florence llath
away, Meaara. Krneat Ramadaie of Mill'
oeaota, R. K. Harrl. W. Ualbreath.
Pr. and Mra. La A. Derniody will havt
a family dinner Cliriatmna. IUi tlieM
sueata arcund the frfctal board: Mr. and
Mra Jobn Hurley, Mr. and Mra. Johi
Patroody. Louia . Permody of Julien an
Jack Huriey. . .
Pr. and Mr. J. P. Anaon will enter
tain at a family dinner Chrtatma. Cov
rs will be luld for euihtran, and out-of
town rueala will Include Mr. and Mns.
A. 1. Kuhlmail of NMraaka City, parent
of Mrs. Anaon, and Mr. Malt by of Cedar
Mr. and Mra F. n. Chlokeiing hav
laauad Invitation to eat ChrUtmaa din
Bar at their houne to Mr. and Mra. A
Croaaman. Mr. and Mra. Chai-lea llobart
Mr. and Mr. Raymond Croaaman, Mia
laabel Oitenbtrg of Mead. Mlaa Ida Pearl
Stewart of Newt-aatle and Mr. Henry
Oaten berg of Mead.
Mr. and Mra. T. P. Doyle wUl enter
tain at Chriatnt dinner for- Mr. and
, Mra C. M. tlubner of Kebraaka city,
Mra 11. Moi larty and Miaa Nell Morlarty.
Mr. and Mia. Walter Pals give a fam
ily party Chrlatmaa v. Eighteen gueats
are bidden for the Chrbitmaa tree ctli)
braiion and for aupper. ' .
Mr. and Mra. If. G. Harte will hav
a family dinner paj ty, Including Mr. and
Mrs. John Hart and family. Mr. Fred
arte Drexel, Mrs. O. B. rMep, Mlaa Hen-
Pr. and Mr. Harold lilffnrd ami Mr.
ami .Mra. rrank H. Hochatetler enter
tained at a dancing parly laat evening- at
the Rome hotel In honor of thrlr daugh
ter. Mlaa Ann fiirford and Mlaa France
llochatetlcr. Thla party was tho debut
of Miaa Ann Clifford and the lebut
dance of Miaa Ilochatetlcr, who waa In
troduced at a tea at her home early thla
The ball room was without decoration.
but the supper room was profusely dec-
orated with palms, Christmas tree and
potted plants. Supper was served from
small tables. On each was placed a
small miniature Chrlatmaa tree and
Chrlatmaa noveltlea marked the places
of the sueata.
Mlaa Ann Clifford wore s gown of
white net made over white aatln, the
bodice and aklrt being trimmed with
French flowera. 8h carried an arm
bouquet of Klllarney roaea.
Mlaa Hochstctler wore her debut sown
ot blue faille made with an old-faahloned
basque of blue velvet She wore a cor-
nann bouquet of Mrs. Phawyer and the.
Cecil Bronner roses.
Airs, uirrords sown was of lavender
brocaded atln, made with tunla of lace.
Mra. Hochatctler wore black aatln.
made with an overdreas of black Chan
til ly laoe.
To Honor Mill Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chae will en
tertain at ainner Christmas night In
nonor or Mlaa Harriet Huntlnaton
fimlth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Crittenden Smith, preceding the dancing
party which Mr. and Mr. mlth are
giving for their daughter. Chrlatmaa
deooratlons will be uaad and covers will
be placed fori
2rrii Huntlnton Cenevlve Brooks of
be slven ani wrmnni pertinent to tho
birth of Jeaua Chrlat will be preached.
Pontifical hlph ma will be celebrated
at Ht. Cocella'a pro-cathedral at o'clock
In the morning- by Rt. Rev. Blahnp Hcan
nell. Other muane will be at 8, and
10 o'clock with solemn high man at 11,
The orler of aervlcea at other Catho
lic churchc win be aa follows:
FT. JOHNS-Hljih mastics at 6 and 11
o'clock, and low manors every hour.
HAf'KKD HEART High masses at 6
and 10:30 and low masse at 7 and 9
ST. PHIIiOMBNA'S High masses at 5
and 10:30 and low tnnssea at 8 and
HOI,Y FAMILY High maa at n and
low maaeea at 7, 8, 9 and 10 o'clock.
fT. PETERS Hitch masse at S and
11 and low lnasdes at 6:30, 7, I, 9 and 10
At F.ptaropnl C'horrhea.
The Christmas dny aorvlces In All
PnintV church will be at 7:30 and 11 a.
in. The Christmas music will be sung
at the 11 o'clock service by the full
chorus choir, as follows:
Processional Once In Royal David'
Itneilctua In B flat Williams
Anthema Glory to God In the Hlgh-
A Joyful Chrlatmaa Bo nit Onvaert
Carol Chorus bleep, Haby Hleep (from
the cantata tho Iloid Child)
Recessional Hark, the Herald Areola
The music will be repeated at the 11
o'clock service on Humlay.
Trinity Cathedral At 7, choral cele
bration of tho holy communion, with the
full choir; 10:30, morning prayer and
second celebration, with special anthem
and carols. Pean Tancock will preach
at this ervleo.
Church of the Good Shepherd Special
aong net-vice by the choir at 7:30 o'clock
In the morning.
The children's service of St. Paul's
Lutheran church. Twenty-fifth and
Kvans trects. Rev. E. T. Otto, paator,
will be held on Christmas day at 7:S0
p. m. The progTam, mado up of German
nd English selections and recitations,
will be given by tho children of the
parochial and Sunday schoola snd the
choir. Morning service at 10 o'clock.
Cantata by the choir.
In the lrnmanuel Lutheran church
Christmas Matin service will be held at
i o'clock in the morning of Christmas
day and will be celebrated this year a
Toozer Finds Way
to Stop Usury of
the Loan Sharks
How to beat a loan shark la Indicated
by an Injunction suit filed In district
court by John W. Tooier agalnot the Re
liable Credit company. The law of the
at ate protect borrowers provided they are
wine enniiRh to take advantage of them,
Tooier borrowed Mn. giving his note for
tVi InM August, secured by an assign
ment of wsKea received from the Uniim
When the loan company attempted to
collect the amount by enforcing the as
signment of waxes Tooier tendered tha
$W borrowed by him with tl Interest and
asked the district court for a restraining
order preventing It from attempting to
collect usurious Interest. Thl was
granted, and, according to attorney, a
permanent Injunction is sure to be issued
when hearing is held.
Toozer will thus havo had the use of
the borrowed money at a fair rata of In
terest. He alleges that John Katz, whose name
appears In tho note, Is a fictitious per
son Introduced to hide the loan company.
The courts have sustained similar al
legations In other suits.
is Heavy on All the
Trains from Omaha
Officials of the paasenirer departments
of tho railroads are feeling pretty well
satis! ted with the holiday business of this
year, asserting that it has been the heav
iest In years. All along during the last
ten laya travel has been heavy from
all point on the line and tha climax
waa reached today, according to reports
coming to the general office.
Some Indication! that Conple Will
Become Reconciled and Pro
HUSBAND AND WIFE TALK
Mr. Veltrr la U eepla and Mr. Vet
ter'a Ke Are Molat When Con
ference t:nil Hearing- la
Adjourned Till Monday.
from Greater Omaha
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Pec. ii. (Special
Telegram. A near reconciliation oc
curred In tho Tetter divorce suit laat
evening. When the attorneys gathercJ
around Judge Seehorn'a desk to dlBCuaa
whether to continue the hearing this
morning or to adjourn until next Mon
day, Mrs. Bena Yetter left the witness
stand and took a seat beside her hus
band, who waa sitting outside the rail
ing. For several minute in the semi
darkness of the court room they te Iked
In low tones. Then when tho attorneys
had agreed to adjourn - until Monday
ar.d the conference between husband
and wife was broken up, Mra. Yetter waa
weeping and Mr. Tetter's eye were
It has been apparent all through the
trial that Mr. Yetter ettll care for her
husband. On the wltnesa stand she
said: "I still lnvo my husband; I am
proud of him and his success."
It Is generally assumed that Mra. Yet
ter would welcome a reconciliation as a
solution of the domestic tangle.
Mrs. Edith B. Clute, whose name ap
peared in allegations made by the de
fenae in William L. Yetters divorce ault
tried In Kansas City, waa divorced from
Fred M. Cluto March 2, 1914. The recree
was signed by District Judge Bears.
Mra. Clute brought the suit January 24
of thla year, alleging cruelty and non
support. She Informed the court that
"Why Clontarf precinct, the "Belgium v.
Douglas county." haa been omitted front
Greater Omaha plans to be made ef
fectlve by compulaory annexation. Is
question raised by County Clerk Dewey
Clontarf haa been Invaded by th.
kaiser's forces, who have erected the Gor
man home there. It Is a small district
containing;, according to the record
twentv-eirht voter, twenty-four ol
! whom ct their ballots for Clerk Dewey
! There are no schools there snd the onlj
I public Improvements sre those paid for
by county funds. The precinct. howevr,
la entitled by law to two Justices of tlii
peace, two constables and a road over
seer. An election board of five member
counts the rotes cast there.
It Is figured that out of Omaha today j ,ng a rooming house for her own support.
more than 2.000 tickets were sold. Most
of the purchasers were on short trips-
trips that would enable them to reach
destination, spend ChrtBtmas with
friends or relative and be back In the
city not later than next Monday morn
ing. However, all week hundreds ot long
trip tickets have been sold, the money
derived therefrom aggregating snug
Right after the holidays, all of the
railroad Unea reaching Into the south, or
having southern connections, are prepar
ing for an enormous passenger business.
Passenger agents assert that there hns
never has been a time when there were
so many Inquiries relatively to rates to
the south aa at this time.
One child, now 13 years old, was born to
LOO Per PUt
Served from 1930 to 3s70; 6i30 to 7i30.
Cream f Oyater or Consomme
Assorted Saited Nuts Wafer
Boiled Salmon, Hollandalae Green Fens
Prime Rlbn of Beef, au Jua
Roast Young Turkey, Nut Dressing
FTled Capon a la Maryland
June Peaa Asparagus, Prawn Butter
Hot Spicel Kee.ts Fried llnnilny
Fruit Salad in Orange Baekuts
Pin Monev Holla
English Plum Pudding. Hrandy Sauce
Cherry Cobbler, Southern Style,
1 sd Cream
Cafe Parfait n la Flatlron
Apple Pia Mince Pie Pumpkin Tie
Tea Coffee Milk Cocoa
1S17 Par nam Bt. p. p. Killer, Prop.
Prom 12 to 3, and from 6
to 8 O'clock.
Tom Flynn Given
G. A. BAKER, JR TO BE
STEWARD AT FIELD CLUB
At a meeting of the directors of the
Omaha Field club George A. Baker, Jr.,
Y'oungstown, O., waa unanimously chosen
as stewart ami general manager of the
club, to succeed E. A. Smith, whose con
tract ha expired.
Mr. Baker comes to the club with MgH
recommendations and is said to be a
man of wide experience in pleasing the
most fastidious tastes of club men and
Blue Points on Half Shell
Celery Conaomme Stuffed Olives
Salted Almonds Radishes
Pried Channel Cat Fish
Roast Young Turkey Stuffed
Roaat Domeatlo Goose, Apple Sauce
Spring Chicken With Pressing
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef au Jua
Whipped Potatoea New Spinach
Sugar Corn June Peas
Or Strawberry Beeta
Waldorf Salad French Rolls
Rome Mads Mince Pie Pumpkin PI
English Plum Pudding. Brandy Sauea
Bisque Ice Cream with Fruit Cake
Coffee Tea Milk Ooeoo,
Employes In City Clerk Tom Flvnn' i
office presented him with a plumber's '
usual. Stenharamar's "Hosanna" will be kit for a Chrlatmaa present The mayor
Manivera Fulh r,
Stella I.eai h,
Kslher Frl ke,
1ki y ll.iiiaeii.
C C. limrd.
Hurley 1 if chip,
A. S. Nurae.
J. U Itrecroft.
C. K. Hall.
II H Miller.
C 1.. Kwum utt.
('. N Moulin,
w. A. jiorii.ii,
Pr. N. 11. AlwtMid,
G. W. Steele.
A. F. Brown,
W. J l'alnu-r,
V. ('. Mann.
Pr. ard Mr. Have Osantner
Mr. and Mra. Percy K. Gwynna,
Pr atvi Mra. Fred I.age,
Mr. and Mra W. H. Thcpe,
Mr. and Air. II. K. FUhvi,
Mr. ami Mra. W. K. 1 rait
Mr. and ' a. A. F. KelbUrom,
Mr. anu Mr. J. 11. HuvV
Home for Chriitmu.
Philip Donna, eon of
inlf red lxiree,
A Kites Meleen,
1 'oiil llaarmaii,
A. I,. KeynoMa,
t". 1.. Hlrch,
'. M. Tex.
A. V. Swanaon,
lie line Kow lea,
Hai ty ! like,
'. J. Aenman,
A 1,. Id.-r. k
C. F. lUarmmi,
J. T. Flo,
I K. Sderbers.
A. J. tf ferninii,
Pr. a. Naiat ii,
Pr. T. T. liarria,
I W. Knight.
Robert J. shields.
C. A. I'ai-tun,
At Orpheum Theater.
The Orpheum theater will be a popular
place New Year's eve. These reserva
tion have already been made: Roger
Keellna, box party for fourteen gucita;
Rurgesa-Naah, twenty; E. Trailer, twenty;
W. A. Rertlck, eighteen; Pouts Clark,
eighteen; W. J. Pove, ten; W. T. Burns,
eight; A. Dreyfoos, nine; C II. Aahton,
six; Frank Boyd, six; Sam Burns, four;
C. E. Hunter, five; T. F. Qulnlan, five;
It Heller, two; C. Klrahbaum, three;
C. D. Sturtevant. six. and C. fl. Camp
Mlas Grace and Mr. Charles Alllaon will
entertain at a watch party New Year's
eve, at th Alllaon country home, Rose
mere lodge. Miss Katharine Baum of
Philadelphia will be honor truest.
Mies Marian Ross will five a dancing
party next Wednesday.
To Honor Debutante.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crittenden Smith
will entertain at a dancing party this
evening; at Chambers academy. In honor
of their daughter. Miss Harriet.
Mr. Edward Sommerfeld has gone to
Chicago to be with his parenta and
brother during the holidays. His brother
has juat announced his engagement to
Ml Ella ParUch of that city.
Mr. M. C. Reynolds hss returned from
sn extended stay In it Pouts to be the
guest of her daughter. Mra. Charlea M.
Richard, until after the wedding of
another daughter, Miaa Virginia Rey
nolds, and Mr. Ralph E. Cunningham, of
Olenwood, la., which will be celebrated
Wedneaday evening, December 90, at thh
home ot Mr. Richard.
Introltu. After the creed the choir will
render "Sing, O Heavens," by Tours.
Handel's Hallelujah chorus will follow af
ter the sermon.
In the evening at 7:30 the Sunday school
festival will take place. The theme ot
the program this year will be "The Lord
of the City of David." The choir will
Ing Gunnar Wennerberg's "Lift up Your
Heads, O Ye Gates" as processional an
them. Sir John Goss's "Behold, I bring
You Good Tidings" follows further on,
and by special request Stenliammar's
"Hoiunna" la repeated.
Service Christmas morning at the Ger
man Methodist church. Eleventh and
Center street. Rev. O. J. Jalaer, paator,
will be held at 10:30 o'clock in the morn
ing. A yuletlde program will be given
at 7:30 p. m., when there will be a Chrlat
maa tree, mimic and a program for the
children of tha congregation.
There will be a apeclal service at the
Grace Evangelical church, corner of Cam
den avenue and North Twenty-aeventh
made the presentation speech and Flynn
stood speechless with surprise. Once
upon a time Flynn was a plumber, and
the gentle humor of the Christmas gift
Intimated that after the storm clouds of
the spring campaign had cleared away
he might return to his trade, but the
mayor assured him that hi friends har
bored no such thoughts against him.
Ia addition to the kit of tools the em
ployes gave Flynn a beautiful, fint
leather traveling bag.
B J. J0BST GETS CONTRACT
FOR REMODELING MERCHANTS
Dan Gaines, new proprietor of the Mer
chants hotel, has let the contract for the
remodeling of the Interior of the hotel to
B. J. Jobst, general contractor. The
contract calls for lowering the floor of
the basement two feet and fitting It up
for barber shop, lavatory and storage
room, remodeling the dining room and
tho Installation of a grill room at the
rear of the present bar. The alterations
will coat about $5,000.
ome Builders ffiishes fo cknowlcdg
To Its shareholders, its patron-home owners, and to all others
who have contributed to Its success financially and otherwise, its
stneerest appreciation for every confidence bestowed in word or act
The duty of Home Builders is one of publlo service and its val
ues public confidence its greatest asset. Faithful service in return
for this Is its highest aim.
Upon public confidence and faithful service rests the perman
ency of Home Builders. This is Its creed and this is Its rule of action
in the future as in tho past.
The DIRECTORS and MANAGERS hereby desire to extend to
all friends of Home Builders its sincere greetings and the compli
ments of the season, a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Home Builders Inc
. A. KohrbonRh, Vlce-Pres. C. C. Shiiner, SeCy.
Dl if ipip r r- itn r a r ol.i .1 Ti w Q
... . T V .... '.!.. a a w ... ..ww
Saturday, Dec. 26th
The Bale that all men wait
for and profit by.
"Society Brand" clothes, Hirsh
Wlckwlre & Co., Schloss Bros. & Co.,
Adler's "Collegian" Brand, L. Abt &
Sons, Rosenweild & Well and other
high grade manufacturing tailors.
In and Out of the Bee Km.
Mr. Herbert Daniel has gone to New
Miaa Gertrude Keating will leave Sat
urday for Lincoln to apend a week.
Mr. Theodora Zlumbach of Minneapolis .
will ipend the holiday with hi parent. ,
ait. ji. 11. noiro no nu aone 10 i. ill- i
.. . - In
cago, where he will join Mr. Holcomb , nJ
and together they will apend Chrlatmaa ,
with their daughter, Mr. Frank Euati. ',
Mr. Royal l. Miller aad family hav ft
gone to De Moines, where they will ui
with Mr. Miller's
Dr. and Mra. C. W. Ferclval of St. I
I'aul, Neb., hava arrived to remain over
the holidays with their parenta, Mr. and
Mr. W. D. Percivul.
Mr. C. W.
Down; Foy Porter, son of Mr. and Mra.
J. B. Porter, and Guy Beckett aon ot
Mra J. w. Woodroush, arrived homa
thla morning. Meaira. Down and Porter
are b-.th sophomore at Union college.
Schenectady. N. T., and Mr. Beckett is
a frrahmaa at th ame school.
Mlas Carmellta Cba arrived horn
thla moruing to spend th holiday with
her parent. Mr. and Mra Clement
Chaae. Mia Chaae la eecretary lo Ml
Jane Addania at Hull House.
Mr. A. T. Klopp and hi ona. Walter
anl Lester, have motored home from the
Mine Loulae F.M'lln haa gone to Topeka.
Kan., to remain oxer the holiday with
Mra. Max Burkenroad returned laat
night from New York City, where ue
went to be preaent at the opening night
of th Metropolitan Grand Opera com
pany, with which her aon, Bylvto Burk
enroad. la to aing.
Mrs. Tboma McCurraa of Chicago haa
arrived and will remain over tha holi
day wltrf her mother. Mra Hueatia.
Banator and Mr. Norris Brown and
their daughtera leav today to apend.
Chrlatmaa in Dea Motaes.
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