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The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois • Page 4

The Daily Chronicle from De Kalb, Illinois • Page 4

De Kalb, Illinois
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THE DE KALB CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1313. BISHOB WILL- In BeiKaUi THE DE KALB DAILY CHRONICLE PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE DE ALB CHRONICLE PUBLISHING COMPANY Frank W. Greenaway, President E.J. Raymond. Seer Treasurer In te3Kalh -omfij Circles 119-123 East Main Street, DeKalb, Illinois SUBSCRIPTION RATES company of out ol town people yesterday.

Her guests were: Dr. Wad-d 11 of Chkao; Mrs. Grap and her daughter Mrs. Kinkigh Toledo, Ohio; and Miss Marea Howard of Elgin. 4.00 3.00 One Week.

Pet Year, in advance i By Mail, per Yerr. In edvance CANDIDATES INITIATED I INTO THE ELK LODGE Dr. John MOvitz, and Ralph Field of Genoa, S. L. O'Brien and Ross Luney of this city werte initiated, on Monday evening at the meeting of the Elks.

The regular business session was held and Chef; William Allen served a lunch. i GRAIN SHIPMENTS ARE GETTING LIVELY AGAIN Grain shipments, which have been slow owing to the fact Sthat the farmers have been busy harvesting the crps, are how increasing: and the railroads, including thejNorih West-1 era, are making efforts to secure all available box cars for the movement. CANTILLION GIVES UP PLACE ON NORTHWESTERN V. D. Cantillonwell known in DeKalb, who rose from the position of switchman to that of general manager for the No'rth Western road, has resigned his office on account of ill health.

lie is succeded by S. G. Strickland, Chicago. Chronicle Want Ads Brings Results. CONFIRM AND -n 5 DEDICATE HALL The rector and congregation of 8L Mary's cLurch extend a most hearty invitation to all people of DeKalb regardless' of creed or nationality to meet with 'them in the two big services to be held tomorrow afternoon at church.

The first will be at two o'clock church. At that time Bishop OP Muldoon will confirm a class of near 100 young people and the rite will a most Impressive one. Then at three o'clock the format dedication of the new SL Mary's school and hall will lake place. Bishop Muldoon: will also officiate here and the occasion will be graced by the presence of a number of important church dignitaries from this diocese and abroad. UNION SERVICE TOMORROW FOR GREAT HOLIDAY There will be a union service tomorrow morning at 10:30 honor of Thanksgiving -Day.

First Methodist. First Baptist, Swedish Baptist and First Congregational churuches will unite in the 'service which will be addressed by Rer. D. A. MacGregor of the First Baptist church.

A very cordial invitation is extend ed to all people of DeKalb regardless of race or creed to Join in this ser vice of thanks and hear the "Inessage that Rev. MacGregor will bring. VAUDEVILLE FRIDAY. The committee late this afternoon announced that a high class vaude ville has been secured for Friday night's program. AN Ideal Gilt for DM sinH Vnnnnr, Houk of Human Nature its Happiest Oh Skin-nay! Here's a reg'lar book of The Days of Real Sport I betCiia VOUr Da an ma Will ke as with it as VOU AA an me 1SI 115 gl Brigps' pitchers in it an ever one has a verse po'try writ by Nesbit, and they both wuz reely boys once an are yet.

Tell your pa to get it and he won't be mad at nobody. 4 This book and all of "Vol- beautiful Christmas cards, foltlers, booklets, dinner calendars and pictures can be purchased at The Orno Shop WTOMT(0)1 Special for Tuesday and Wednesday. Heavy black Melton Overcoatsjwitrl Astrachan shawl, 'collar, quilted satin lined, $15 value, THANKSGIVING Program at; Princess. Matinee Smarts 2:30. Trooper Billy (2 Reel War Drama): Moving Pictures of DeKalb.

Master Russell Wildey (Boy So- prana). '(i A Good Comedy Picture. Evening shows the same bill will be shown except in the place of DeKalb Movies wil be shown some very inter esting events in Pathe Weekly. Ad-vertisemnt. 3 Hear Prof.

Lyon's reading at the Congregational church, December 5. Have i your car given a thorough Inspection while it is not ia active tse. will look it over carefully locate the trouble, if any, and correct it We will true up bearings. remove carbon from cylinders. and turn your car over to you fit, for a season's We guarantee all work to be satisfactory.

Fred Shep- ard. Cor. Fourth and Locusts Sts. v'. Let Holmes Roast and deliver jour turkey and candy, etc.

Adv. 1 Hear Prof. Lynn's reading at tr Congregational church, December 5. Chronicle Want Ads Brings Results. Ladies' Ready-lo-Wear We are still making special on Children's and Ladies" Coats in which you can save dollars.

Special low prices on Furs Dry Goods A big iassortmert of Blankets roin 75c up to. A big assortment of Coin-forts from $1 up Dark Calicos $5 5c $1.00 $1.35 25c lOc 10c lOc 25c 40c 45c lOc 22c 22c 10c HOLIDAY GATHERINGS. Family reunions will be In numbers tomorrow in DeKalb and vicinity and many out of town peo ple are to be entertained over Thanks giving anr the week-end. Man- fami lies are arranging to have their Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday. Mr.

and Mrs. J. W. Barrett will en tertain their relatives tomorrow at dinner. Their guests will Mr.

and Mrs. Ray Houtz of Kirkland; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Evans and family and Mr. and Mrs.

Ed Barrett and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. B.

Powers will have a large company of dinner guests tomorrow. They will be Mr. and Mrs. C. V.

Weddell, Reno B. Cole and son Weddell of this city; Mr. and Mrs. 11. tl.

Bullis and family of Rollo; Mr. and John Mcleary and son of Iceland Will and Esther Frazier of Waterman, and fts. Ann Cloud of Grand Rhige, 111. A number of guests will be enter tained tomorrow at the home of Mr and Mrs. Ernest Swift.

They will be Mr. and Mrs. Warren Willey. Miss Ethel Willey. Mr.

and Mrs, Harry Willey, W. H. Hodges and Miss Mae Swift of Mt. Morris. Mr.

and Mrs. J. I Anderson of State street ill have a dinner corn- pany tomorrow Arthur Anderson of Chicago and Walter Anderson of Rockford, two sons will be home for the holiday. Mr. and Mrs.

Alfred Self of this city will entertain their relatives at Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and 'Mrs. Thomas Samph of Sycamore will be guests. 1 Mr.

and Mrs. Jack Cook will have dinner- guests tomorrow. The lat- ters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe will be at their home.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pierce will have as their guests tomorrow: Mr. and Mrs. B.

A. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs Ed Bastian. Mr. and Mrs.

Ed Blair of Aurora. Mr. and Mrs. John Topp and son. Mr.

and Mrs. Ed Dunn and children. Mr. and Mrs. C.

Peterson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huckins and family of Rockford. DAYTONS INSTALL NEW MACHINE AT THE PLANT Dayton Brothers, the local cigar makers, have Just installed a very In teresting machine in their place of business. it in Pui veVnal stripping 1 machine and does an important part cf the cigar making process that has heretofore always been done by hand.

The new mechanism is an in teresting one and is attracting a lot' of attention. SPECIAL SERVICES AT EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH Two services for Thanksgiving day will be held tomorrow at SL Paul Episcopalian church. At eight VIIAR A.UU1II1UUIUU Will CitT brated by Rev. Frederick C. Grant.

iter. at 10:30 o'clock, there be the usual Thanksgiving service. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF ROCK ISLAND IS DEAD News has been received here of the death of Count' superintendent Ferguson of Rock Island. He is well known to pie. a number of DeKalb peo- THURSDAY Matinee, only we will show DeKalb pictures for the last time.

Princess Theatre. Ad vertisemenL 3 SOCIETY FOLLv.he TANGO CLUB. Prof. Peck's Thursday Evening Tango club has been postponed this week and will therefore not meet un til Thursday evening December 4th. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY GARBAGE Table refuse from Glid- den House about barrel a day.

Will be given to responsible party whd wil) call for same every day. 31 1 FOR SALE Remington typewriter- In good condition and will sell cheap If taken at once. Inquire at 202 West Main Street. Phone 1139. 5 FOR SALE Modern resideace, known as 315 AiiruMa Avenue.

Cltv i I cf DeKalb. Jos. J. Gaffney, Morris, Minn. 13' FOR RENT Fine modern home on I Augusta and nice flat on Col lege Ave.

also have 3 DeKalb County farms for sale on good terms. Inquire of S. PousL First National Baak Bldg. DeKalb. I1L 5' LOST Yellow female collie with long pointed nose, lame in front paw.

An swer to name of Lassie. Charles Cur ler. 5 WANTED Roomers for light house keeping. Call telephone 1497. 4 the the ly be i I I I PIPER HOOKER.

The marriage of Miss Francis Hope Piper and Mason Hooker was solemnized Saturday evening at six o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wililam Swinbank. The impressive ring service was read by Rev. Lewis, pastor of the Congregational church.

Only the immediate family of the bride and groom were present. The heme was beautifully decora- ted with flowers. The bridal couple stood before a bank of potted plants and chryeanthemumus. The bride carried a shower bouquet of lillies of the valley and She was attended, as matron of honor by her great aunt, Mar- irarpt Rwinhank. whn nlthoueh rvr I 100 years old, was as young hearted as any one present.

The groom' was accompanied by his brother, Harold Hooker. Following the ceremony, a sumptuous wedding supper was' served. Mr. and Mrs. Hooker left that ev- ening for Chicago where they will spend a short honeymoon.

They will be at home, north of town afvter the first of January. The bride has made her home In Sycamore for several J'ears. She is a member of this year's graduating class and has been one of the most active workers among the young peo ple of the Congregational church. The groom is an active young man well kitfown and liked. For the past two years he has been in the milk business in Sycamore, which he is carrying on successfully.

He is a son of Mrs. Mary Hooker, and the greater part of his life has been spent in Sycamore. Both youne people are known in DeKalb. KERWIN-HENNESY. Today occurred the marriage pf Miss, Katie Kerwin to Mr.

Patt Hen- nesy of which took place at the home of the bride's aunt and un cle, Miss C. M. and Mr. M. F.

Dwan. near Clare. The bride and groom although not extensively known around here, hav ing lived In Chicago most of the time, have made many friends to extend to them Nuptial mass was said by Reverend Father S. J. 0Hara of Sycamore at o'clock.

There was also present Reverend Father J. Q. O'Brien of Gen oa, and atner E. O. O'Connor of Chi cago, a cousin of Miss Kerwin.

The couple were attended by Miss Falney, as brides maid, and Mr. Hutch inson as best man, both being from Chicago. The bride was gowned in white sat in trimmed in over lace, also the bridesmaid. The best wishes of the community follow them to their new home. GOLDEN WEDDING.

The parents of Mrs. E. E. Mitchell of this city observed their fiftieth wedding anniversary yesterday at the family home in Rockwell, ilowa. The anniversary was rather quiet today and on Thanksgiving; Mr.

and Mrs. G. M. Grummon, the bride and groom will give a dinner -to their relatives. A son and daughter reside at Rock well, and there are only the three children.

o- PROGRAM AT NORMAL. The sixth and seventh grades of the Normal school gave a Thanks giving program Monday morning at peneral exercise hour at the Normal building. Thd landing of the Pil grims, and how they established the Thanksgiving day were played in cos tume; cr. I The production was very clev REN WICK RUNGE. Ross L.

Renwick and Miss Marion Runge, both of Elgin were married Monday morning at Geneva by Rev W. R. Dixon, pastor of the, Geneva Congregational church. Mr. Renwick is the son of Mrs.

Frank Fuller of DeKalb and formerly resided in this city. Both he and his bride were employees- pf the Watch factory Elgin. DeKalb friends ex tend congratulations. QUILTING BEE. Neighbors and friends of Mrs.

Andrew Swanson enjoyed a quilting bee The quilt is to, be given away at the bazaar to be held Thanksgiving night at' the Swedish Lutheran church. A lunch w-as served after the work was completed. PARTY AT WISWALL'S. Miss Vera Wiswall entertained Dr. Swisher's class of the Congregational (church Saturday, i The evening was spent Informally with entertainment The social committee assist ed Miss Wiswall.

OUT OF TOWN GUESTS. Mrs. William Wall was hostess to a trip of a few days duration. They will visit in Iowa. They will not go to housekeeping for several months.

Miss ance is youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vance of South Eighth street and she Is well known. Mr. Lundberg is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Lundberg, and has for several years been employed at the Melville Clark Piano company rnenas win congratulate the young people. FACULTY GOES HOME. Members of the High school are leaving, this afternoon for their home. Miss Minnie Jones will be at Berlin, Wis Miss Alice Keiter man will visit relatives at Austin; Miss Rose Kollman goes to Chicago this evening; Miss Ann Green will spend her vacation at Saginaw, Miss Jess'e Austin goes to Madison, Miss Irene Staley is at Decatur, 111., and Miss Alice John-1 son has gone to Galesburg.

MR3. JORDAN'S GIFT. Mrs. C. Dart of North Seventh street entertained the Neighborhood club yesterday afternoon.

A pleas ant afternoon was enjoyed and lunch was served. The club sent Mrs. Net tie Jordan a beautiful travelling bag In honor of her birthday as she was unable to attend on account of the serious illnesa of her brother-in-law. Mr. Wielcrt of Waterman.

BRIDGE CLUB MET. Mrs. Seth Wright Holmes enter tained the West End Bridge Whist club yesterday afternoon at her home on West Main street. Mrs. Charles Broughton won the high score.

Dainty refreshments were serv ed following the card games and Mr John Dunn will be the next hostess In few weeks. YOUNG PEOPLE MEET. The young people's "sewing society or tne sweaisn Mission church were entertained last evening at the home of August Wallstrom on North Ninth street. A short program was given and a social hour followed. Refresh ments were served.

HOME FROM SPRINGS. M. Kennedy ana son Karl are home from West Baden where the former has been at the sprincs. Her son met h-r there and accompanied her home. Mrs.

Kennedy is much im proved in health and rested, and en joyed her stay In West Baden. She was guest at the Colonial Country club while there. THEATRE PARTY. Miss Mignonette Waterman is cele brating her birthday today and this evening will give a theatre party to six or eight girl Trienda. After the theatre they will enjoy music and luncheon at the Waterman home.

LOST KIDS ARE FINALLY FOUND MFAR niTPHFR PlLAri Ul I UlILn A Couple of little DeKalb tots gav- their parents a lot of worry yesterday afternoon and the police department a lot of bother. The children are Henry Hauser and Er- vin Dewey and they live up near the Ell wood school. The kids left their homes shortly after dinner and wandered away. They were missed soon afterwards and their mammas after looking in vain for some time called the police. The entire afternoon was spent in searching for the four year olds and about 5:30 thej were discovered watching the ditching machine work, having been wandering about the northeast part of the city all afternoon.

CORKINGS GOES TO AURORA AND FORMS BRANCH Doc Corklngs was down to Aurora yesterday anfl organized a' branch of the Lincoln Highway Association among the men there. The session was held in the office of Mayor Thomas Sanders and a lot of the good road men were present. State Consul Corkings named Superintendent of Streets Robert C. Honor the light city as the local consul and he will have charge of the Jurisdiction. Mr.

Horr is' president of the Aurora Auto club and an enthusiastic good road fan. The Lincoln highway is to stretch from New York to San Francisco and Aurora is a station with the road ing from Joliet to Plainfleld. then going to Geneva and thence to DeKalb. Black Kersey Overcoat with velvet collar. serge lining1 QfO TA $15 value, special.

1 We have alsd a large assortment of UTeroata of variable (POand colors, prices ranging froinvO UjV Ferguson McKinney Shirts 50c, 75c, $2.50 Stetson $3 to $3.50 Mackinaws 7r 'of all colors lO pO Dress Glomes of all kinds, silk lined or nijlined, jr and up THANKSGIVING TEA. Mrs. George Delbridge was hostess to a Thanksgiving tea party at her bcspttable home on "West Lincoln Highway" yesterday afternoon. Sixteen ladies were present and. a few hours were spent in needlework.

Later the guests were blindfolded and a turkey contest was engaged in, which added greatly to the enjoyment of the afternoon. A very dainty ana ap- rptizlne lunch was served in which Thanksgiving features were carried out. CHARITY WORKERS. The Onaway Campfire Girls at their meeting on Monday evening accom plished a great amount of work. They I sewed for a baby In whose family there is sickness and worked on the' scrap books for the children.

Tin arranged to sell candy at the batir at the Baptist church next wcc on Wednesday. The xlrls serving the customers will wear their campnre costumes. 1500 Red Cross stamps were taken by the girls for sale. CLINTON CONLIN MARRIES. News has been received here of the marriage of Clinton Conlin, of this city to a young woman from Peoria.

Further details are not known to DeKalb relatives, but the bridal couple will probably be heard from in a short time. Mr, Conlin has numerous, friends here who will be Interested. He has been employed out of town on railroads for several years. ENTERRTAINS CLUB. Mrs.

John E. Johnson entertained the Monday Bridge Club at her home tnday afternoon. Following the card games, the hostess served luncheon. The next meeting will be an nounced later. 5 1 CHOIR LUNCHEON.

The choir of the Methodist church arid a few extra guctsts were cnter- tained on Sunday evening at luncheon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bradt, North First srreet.

Covers for fifty guests were laid. Several mem bers of the choir sang. PROGRAM AT FARM. The Woman's Christain Temper ance Union held a Thanksgiving ser vice and program at the county infirmary on Sunday afternoon. Speeches were made and there was special music.

ENTERTAINS CLUB. Mrs. H. F. Christensen entertained the As-You-Like-It Card club yester day afternoon.

Mesdames C. E. Wal- and Lloyd Silvius won the high scores. Mrs. Jack Buckingham was awarded the consolation.

CLUB MEETING. Mrs. John Hoyt won high score on Monday afternoon at the meeting of the N. I. Club at the home of Mrs.

Dick Kocl. Mrs. Guy Wickwire will entertain next. Monday. SEWING CLUB The Y.

D. K. club met Monday ev ening with Miss Edith Johnson at the William Pratt home. Guests busied themselves with their holiday gifts and lunch was served. Miss Slime Collin will be hostess next week.

WHIST CLUB SESSION. Miss Zaida Brown was hostess to the Library Whist club yesterday afternoon at her home on North Third street. The next meetine will be an nounced later. PULL IS POSTPONED. The candy pull which the Metho dist choir was to have had on last evening at the church was postponed on account of the death of Mrs.

S. W. Patten. I METEOR. PARTY.

The Meteor club will have a Thanksgiving party on Saturday eve ning in the church parlors. Invitations have been sent to their friends. TEACHERS HAVE DINNER. The teachers at the Haish school had their Thanksgiving dinner yester day at the schooL The menu was an elaborate one. LUNDBERG VANCE.

This evening at the Methodist par sonage will occur the marriage of Mr. Percy Lundberg and Miss Dora Vance, Dr. A. T. Horn officiating.

The young people will be unattended and will leave tomorrow pa a honeymoon i For cash buyers beginning Tuesday, November 25th We would like to have you 20 pounds Granulated Sugar Flour, per sack 3 qans Corn 1 can Peas 1 can Campbell's Pumpkin Good Salmon, per can 3 cans Sardines Greening Apples, peck Eating Apples, peck i. Fancy Cranberries, quart 1 New mixed Nuts, pound New English Walnuts, pound Tokav Grapes, pound see our supply of the well known Pottery These1 pidces make fine Christmas Gifts A Splendid Supply of- Chinese and Japanese Baskets has arrived DROP IN AT Orno Shop tl K. SEN, Proprietor 1 122 N. FlfSt Street, DeKtlb Oranges 25, 35 and 45 cents a dozen. Dates, per pqund lOc Figs .10 and 20 Cents a pound 1 Full pound Seceded Raisins 11c Full pound Currants Citron, per pound.

Orange and Lemon Peel, lb. Hubbard squash, each 15c Fresh eggs, per dozen 35c Wei also have everything in Fresh; and Salt Meats. Turkeys, Ducks and Chickens for Thanksgiving. A MofQBi Me MaFkett Phone 313 Corner Tenth and Shlpman Place.

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