Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on December 24, 1928 · 8
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LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AMD COUU1EK .Monday Evening:, December 24, 192S nil inn FillS REPORTERS mm trip Adella Benjamin Is Death Victim 1 By the Ansic-inted Press) :. 23. Ruth McCon- m li, v. ;n l - h a mysieno'in mp i'u ii New York last week to San Ki'i' iiciriro, departed from Reno last nU'it on the. Gold Coast llrntpd, bound for Indiimapolis. She was aci'-inpiinied by Dr, David O. Meeker, who followed the young woman to San Kranciaeo ty air- The two euMitj hurt from San Ft itni'iHi'o yeMlerday by piano, the nam;1 ship u:d by Meeker in his flight westward F.. S. Rohan Onia l ;t v as t lie pilot. VANISH IN OGDEN. OOUKN, Utah. Dee. 23. Miss llutli MeCunni 11, who led an Impromptu trans-continental race last week between an Overland limited train and an airplane from Omaha to San Francisco, detrained here this afternoon and disappeared. She was accompanied by a man believed to lie Dr. David O. Meeker, who followed her westward last week. They left San Vranosiseo yesterday enroute ostensibly to Indianapolis. When she Ktepped from the train with her escort, who refused to talk and kept a soft hat pulled down over bin eyes, Miss McCon-nell was greeted by a group of newspaper men. She said she came here to meet her mother. "You boys .see if you can find her and then I'll tell you all about it," 8he promised. While the reporters were obligingly calling Opden hotels for Mrs. lenry McConnell, the mother, Miss McConncll and her escort disap peared. A complete check of hotels, taxi-cab companies, railroad stations nnd airports in Offdeti. and Salt Lake City failed tonight to reveal any trace of either the girl or the man who accompanied her from San Francisco. It was believed that Miss McConnell and Meeker may have come to Ogden intending- to meet the Omaha aviator wbo piloted the plane which carried Dr. Meeker from Omaha to Reno, Nev. It was determined tonight that the Omaha plane had not appeared at airports here or In Salt Lake. Miss Adella E. Benjamin, a resident of Lafayette for 45 years, died at 6:15 o'clock Sunday morning' at the home of Wesley K. Wells, 1102 North Tenth street, where she had made her home since coming to Lafayette. Miss Benjamin was born at Bunnell's Basin, N. Y., June 6, 1857. She was a lifelong member of the Methodist church and on eominjr to Lafayette joined membership with the. Old Ninth Street M. K. church, fend continued her membership wtlh the same con-sretcaUon in St. Paul's M. E. church. Surviving: is one sister, residing in Colorado. Funeral services will be conducted at St. Paul's M. E. church at 8 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Rev. B. B. Kessler and Rev. O. S. Reedy will offlctte. Fn- of i vate burial will be in Greenbush cemetery, and friend are requested to omit flowers. John Morinsky Expires Sunday John Morinsky, for 60 years a resident of Tippecanoe county, died at 6:30 o'clock Sunday evening at the family home on the South Fourth street road. Death was due to the infirmities of age. Mr. Mor- rinsky was 86 years of age. In early life he was engaged in farming, but had been retired for sev-r eral years. , Surviving are the following children: Joseph, Matthew and Anthony Morinsky, Mrs. Frank Miller, Mrs. John Toohey and Miss Frances Morinsky, all of Lafayette. Mr. Morinsky was a member of St. Boniface Catholic church. EG! HELD FDR TEACHER'S DEATH By the Associated Prtss) CARML HI.. Dec. 23. Hoyt Mo-Murray, negra hotel porter suspected of slaying Anna Preher, school teacher, was held secretly in an out-of-town jail today by White county officials, openly in fear of mob violence. The body of Miss Preher, a 43-year-old sptnBter, was found in her cottage Friday, after an attempt had been made to burn the house and destroy her body. Her throat had been cut. A fund of $84 which she had collected as secretary and treas urer of the White county teachers' institute was missing. McMurray was arrested at Paris, 111., yesterday and was found with 837 on his person, $22 in $1 bills. He denied knowledge of the crime and said he fled from Carmi when he learned he was under ausplcion Chief of Police Clarence Ripsch said today the negro has not changed his story. A bloody coat was found in his Home ana Mc Murray said he had used it some time ago in butchering two hogs. He insisted that he was in Me-monee. 111., at the time of the slaying. Carmt police said the bloody coat would be subjected to a chemist's analysts. Grenvllle McMurray, father of the negro prisoner, said his son was at home for a few hours Friday night. He told the police that he and his wife called their son Into their bedroom and told him he was suspected of the murder. The son denied . any guilt, lie declared, and left the house at 6 o'clock yesterday morning. ATTICA ON THE AIR ro "ram NBC Features System (WJZ) Koxy nnd Dancing Christ- "Clirititmaa Perry Henderson Dies at Goodland Speuial to Journal and Jo'irltr I GOODLAND, Ind., Dee. 23. Perry L. Henderson, 41, died unexpectedly at hip home here about 2 o'clock Sunday morning of flu complications. He was a son of Robert and Ella Henderson and was born in Goodland, where his entire life had been spent. On December 8, 1909, he united In marriage with Goldie Heistand. Surviving are the widow, four children. Alice, Louise, Earl and Ralph; the mother, Mrs. Ella Henderson, and five brothers, Edward Henderson, Goodland; Robert Henderson, Emmettsburg, Io wa; John Henderson, Omaha Neb.; Frank Henderson, St. Johns, Mich.; George Henderson, Wolcott. Ind. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday from the Goodland Presbyterian church, of which he was a member. Aged Resident of Delphi Passes On Special to Journal and Courlerl DELPHI, Ind., Dec. 23. Frank Bibbins, 73, died at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at his home in Delphi after an illness of several months. He had been a resident of this place about SO years and was super Intendent of the city water works. The deceased was a Mason, an Odd Fellow and Knight of ' Pythias and a member of the j Baptist church, 1 Surviving are the widow, a son, Francis, of Indianapolis, and a (daughter, Mrs. Bessie Henke, of j Lafayette. j Funeral services will be held at ithe residence at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Dale LeCount, of the Delphi Presbyterian church, officiating. On Wednesday the body will be taken to Beloit, :30 Cane. 7:00 Columbia-Ten 7:30 WRVA Ulchniuiid in Old Vli-Blnla." 7:45 ONno Ottawa. Oratorio "The Blesiiiah." S:00 WIP Philadelphia. "Christmas Eve In Viance." WCCO Muls.-St. Paul. ' Cnn. ccrtlna Orchemm. 8:30 NBC (WJZ) Heal folks. NBO (WHAK) Motors Party. Columll-Vil:i!'lon Hour. f.'OO l':. - Atlantic i itv. "Christ-i mas Kv ,vui on the Farm." I'olumhla - IJ t c k n's "Christinas! Carol." IU:00 NBC tVj;i) Christmas Carols; )r. i'u.dnmii. 10:45 WSB Atlanta. Cantata-25 voice ihoir. ! U:tHi -- CuluuiMti-The Carolers. WMVl. - n York. Midnight! Mtiaa-Paullil Choristers. j Chein features t!:30 p. in, "The World Today" (NBC) WEAK. WFAA. V UT. WOW. Rory and dang tNBC) WJZ WBZ, WBZA. WHAM, WJR, WHO, WSB. WBT, USM. VVKAU WREN, K.WK, VVLC, WMC. WHM, KOA. 7:00 p. m. Tun IVmltiK Christmas Ev (Columbia) WOK, X.NAO. WEAN WI'BC, WMAK. Wt'AO, WJA8. WADC, WKRC, WMAy. KOIC. WMAi. KMOX WGL. "Voice of I'liBNtouo" (,NB') V K A F, WKKI, WTIC. WJAR, WTAU wcmr, wut, wrc. wiiy, won. WOAK, WWJ, K.sl), WOW, WIUK.Ih'Iu ,, kvdo. wkaa. kprc. wKnc. wtmj ! vv ls" tw Interment WHAS, WHB, WSM, WM WKVA.I ' WJAX, Kl'W, WTAM. KsTP. ' i:30 p. m. iVfii , C(itrlrs (('lum-bl)WOR, WCAtl. WNAC, WEAN, ' WKBt,, WMAK. WCAO. WJAS, WAIX) WKRC, WO HP, KMOX. K M RC, VVMAL WMAQ. WSPO, WGU WAIU. Automatic I'uo I'laus (NBC) WJZ, WBZ. WH.A, WBAt." WHAM, KOKA, WJR. VVLW, KVW, KWK. VJ;t;., KOA. A. P. Ovpsb-s (NBf) WKAF, WTAG. Wt?V. WWJ, WKKI, WCSH, W(R, WTH WOAK, WON. W DAK, AVJ A n, WRC, WTAM,' K.SU, WUT. S:00 p. m. t.owney Hour (Columbia) WOB, WCAU. WNAC, WEAN, WF'Bl, WMAK, WCAO, WJAH, W A 1 K', WKRC WO HP, WMAQ, KMOX. KMBC. WBPfj AVIIK, WLBW. WMAI,, WUU S:30 p. m. Vltaphon Hour (Columbia) Samo network, Motors Patty (NBC) WKAF, WEEI. WTTC, WJAR. WI.tT, WTAO, WRr, WOV. WUI"l, WCAK, WTAM, VVVJ, WON, WTMJ, KWL, KVOO. WOW, WKAF, WI AA, KPBC, WOAI. AV HA'. WSM, WMt'. WBT. WJAX. Real KidkH (NBC) WJZ, WBT, WBZA, WHAM. KI'KA. WJR. WLW. KYW, KWK, WRKN. WEAK. 9:00 p. m. Uicken'M "Christmas Cnrol" (Columbia) WOR. WMAK, wcac, wnac, wean; WKRU WMAK WCAO, WJAS, WADC. WO HP, WMAQ KMOX, WSPU, KMBC, WIIK, WI.BW, KOH WMAL. WOWO. 9:30 p. m. "Noel Anti'iiifl" (NBC) "f;af. wrc, wwj. kkd, wkaa, whas, wcssu. wcak, wtam. wow. KOA. 10:00 ChrlMmas Carols; Tr. Cadman (NBC) WJZ. KDKA. KYW, WBZ. WJM, and othfiw. 11:00 p. m. Tin Oarolers (Columbia) WOR, WCAC. WNAC. WCAN. WKAN WFBl, WMAK. WCAO, WJAS, WADC W(iHP, WMAQ. KMOX. KOIL, WHK. WLBW. Apoplexy Claims Alma R. Atherton Mrs. Alma R. Atherton, mother of Mrs. Russell Siegfried, died at the family,, home, 3131 Northwestern avenue, Indianapolis, Saturday, as the rsult of a stroke of apoplexy. She was a former resident of North Judson and was the wife of Thomas Atherton, who served as president of the board of town trustees of North Judson and was president of the North Judson Packing & Creamery Co. They moved to Indianapolis sev eral months ago. Mrs, Atherton was born in Cary, 111., but spent most of her life in North Judson. She was active in church w-ork and activities of the Eastern StaT. At one time she was president of the Women's club and the Ladies Aid in North Judson. She attended the St. Paul M. E. church wile In this city, Besides the husband, survivors are three daughter, Miss Alice Atherton, a etudent at Washing ton high school: Mrs, F. F Knachel of Indlapalols; a son, VY M. Atherton of Newark, N. J.j; a brother, Frank McNett of Chicago; a sister, Mrs. A. P. Schuyler of North Judson, and two i grandsons, Thomas David Sleg. fried of Mulberry and Phillip Atherton Knachel of Indianapolis. Funeral services will be conduct ed at the residence by Rev, Elmer Jones, pastor of St Paul church, of Indianapolis, o'clock Monday afternoon. in Crown Hill cemetery. M. E. at 1 Burial DELPHI Mrs. Coolidge Home M rs. WASHINGTON, Dec. 23 Calvin CoolMse returned to Washington tonight from Northampton, Mass., where she had visited her mother, Mrs. Lemlra Goodhue, who is ill in a hospital. The Stars Say For Tuesday, Dec. 25. By GENEVIEVE KEMBLE. TODAT the heavens are telling the glory of the Lord, with her gracious majesty Venus enthroned on th regency of the skies. It 13 claimed that S'n wl3 the Btar of tu.toh-hem, pointing the way of the Wistf Men to the manger U "the newborn king." Today the m ea. In undisputed splendor, shed, jung love, oy and harmony on ail human festivities. It 1 uggeate) that care be exer cised tn traveling. Those whose birthday It is ar on the threshold or a pleasant and harmonious year wjtb many plea tires and personam gratifications Withal it is admonished that precau tlon be taken in traveling and tb4t there be no sudden rushes into hazardous situations. A child born on this day may have many grace and accomplishments, but may dla-turb Its happiness and popularity by a tendency to uuk sudden and precipitate changes or Journeys. Th dawn of Christ U tumming lUenmg m'er ' no bmrn leortj. Special to Journal and Courier DELPHI, Ind., Dec. 22. Richard Haugh, a senior at Notre Dame university, is spending the Christmas vacation with his mother and brothers in Delphi. Jason Been, who was at the sanitarium at Battle Creek, Mich., nas returnea to ms nome in Dei-phi for the Christmas holidays. Mr, and Mrs. Taul Calvert and little daughter, Roberta Jean, of Ft. Wayne, arrived in Delphi Sunday to spend the Christmas holidays. Mr, and Mrs. Woodson Thrasher and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bays, of Solsberry, are visiting with ths former's daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Fletcher, and family in Delphi. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wagoner, of south of Delphi, have returned home after a month'! visit with friends in Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. H, B. Wilson, who have been staying for several weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Metzger, in Lebanon, while the latter were on a trip t Florida, have returned to their home In Delpht. Mary Alice Myer, who Is attend ing college at Jacksonville, 111 came to spend Christmas with her father. William Myer. Mrs. Stephen Hall, who has been visiting with her daughter, Mm John Shaffer, and family at Mlsh- awaka for several weeks, has returned to her home at Pittsburg Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer and family accompanied her to Delphi for visit with relatives. Harry Brewer, of Delphi, who has been traveling for several months, has returned home and is assisting in his father's shoe store during the holidays. Charles Slaybaugh, of Coch rane. Cat, is visiting until after Christmas with Mrs. Agnes Smith and family. Mrs. O. P. Manker left Friday for Red Oak, Iowa, where- she is visiting her parents over Christmas. Rev. Manker and their children remained tn Delphi. Frank Bibbins, superintendent of the water works, la still seriously 111 at his home in Delphi. Paul Meador ,nd family, of Pjt-mont, have moved to a farm near Mulberry. Miss Jane Lamb, of Indianapo lis. will spend Christmas with het sisters in Delphi. John A. Nelson Taken by Death John Ai Nelson died at 3 o'clock Sunday morning at St; Elizabeth hospital of cancer. He was born in 1862 in province Smaland, Sweden, and came to the United States when six years of age. Tho family settled at Paxton, 111,, where he lived until November, 1S89, when he was united in marrlags to Segrid Anderson, of Lodi, Ul. He resided there until 1916, when he moved to Lafayette. Since coming here he had been employed as a cement worker by A. E. Kemmer. Surviving is hltt widow a daughter, Mrs. Edward Kles, of Lodi. III., and a son, Edward Nelson, also of Lodi. The body was removed to the Rogers & Smith funeral home, from where funeral services will be conducted at 3 o'clock Wed nesday afterroon. Burial will be in Springvale cemetery. WINGATE WOMAN TAKEN BY DEATH Special to Journal rnd Courlerl WINGATE, Ind.. Dec. 23. Mrs. William Murphy, 75, died at 10:30 a .m. today at her residence, two miles east of Wingate, following a long Illness. Her maiden name was Martha E. Lennox and she united In marriage with William Murphy on Dec. 18, 1881. Sur viving are the husband and a stepson, Ora Murphy. Slie was a member of the M. E. church at Elmvale, where funeral services are to be held Tuesday at 10 o'clock. Burial will be made in the New Palestine cemetery. special ta Journal and CourierJ ATTICA. Ind.. The Attica Com munity Christmas tree gilt d.tstii uutton took place Friday evening. The weather was ideal uiid alaig crowd gathered on Perry street to take part in the frolic. Santa passed out more than SU0 sacks of candy witn an orance ana an apple lor each child. After the fun down town was over many of the youngsters went to the gymnasium, where they enjoyed the. basketball game between Attica and Jefferson, of Lafayette. Mr, and Mrs. Harold L. Mc-Daniel have returned home from Anderson tor a few days' viwit with their parents. This youmj couple was married at Veeders burg December 3. The bride was formerly Miss Vivian Carr, at Attica, and the groom ls the young est son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-Daniel, east of Attica. 'Mr. and Mrs, McDaniel will return to An-' derson after the holidays, Harold Vaughn, who is attending the Bonsteld Art school in Detroit, has arrived home for thi Christmas vacation. ' Charles Grolo ls confined to hia home by Illness. Miss Ruth Cowglll, of Akron, O., is here for a visit with relatives In Fountain and Warren counties. Don Greenman went to southern Illinois Saturday morning to spend Christmas with friends. Miss Bet-nice Hartz, of Indianapolis, came Saturday to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank McDermond, Jr. Dewey Sanders, instructor in the. University of Minnesota, stopped in Attica Friday evening for a short visit with Miss Ruth Swan-eon and then went on to his home In Newport. A. A. Metzger and family will spend Christmas with relatives in Lafayette. Ralph Little, of Pine Village, was transacting ousiness in Attica Saturday. Porter Powell, of Last Chicago. came home Friday, cauea Dy trie death of his father, Thomas Powell, of Williamsport Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allenduff, of Montana, are here for a visit with relatives. The Allenduffa left Attica 14 years ago and have been operating a farm in Montana. They have now disposed of their farm and expect to locate in Colorado. Mrs. Thomas Groves, of West Lebanon, was shopping in Attica Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Hixon, of Colfax, came Saturday and will visit home folks until after Christ-mas, Raymond and Bobby Gene, small sons of Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Epperson, have been very ill with the flu. Miss Vlcto Gavin left Saturday for Bluffton to spend the Christmas holidays with home folks. Miss Eva Wolf left Friday eve ning for Camden, Ind., where she will spend the two weeks' holiday vacation with her father. Miss Ruth Swanson left Friday for Terre Haute, where she will spend the Christmas vacation with her father and sister. Mrs. Henry Bonney, of Pveading, Pa., arrived Saturday for a visit with her sisters, Mrs. E. J. Fhilips and Mrs. Ralph Hoover. Miss Mildred Marshall, of Toledo, Ohio, came Saturday to visit over Christmas with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T, V. Marshall. Naomi Campbell, who has been working in Chicago, arrived home Saturday evening to spend Christ-mas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Campbell. M. and Mrs. P. C. King, of Newtown, were in Attica Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Frash, of near Pine Village, were Attica visitors Saturday. H. V. Palin and daughters. Vert May and Crystal, of Newtown were shopping in Attica Satuiday Mr. and, Mrs, Frank Shultz, of Riverside, were shopping in Attlci Friday. Grace Anna Shewey, of Fort Wayne, Is homefor a holiday visit with her mother, ' Mrs. Mary Shewey. "Mrs. Mamie-Terrill will undergo a second operation Monday at the St. Elizabeth hospital at Lafayette for an Infected Jaw. The infection was caused by a fall when Mrs. TerrlH was nine years old. Mrs. Lizzie Meadows, who was found unconscious at her home by her son about a week ago, is now able to sit up. Mrs. Meadows re celved word Friday that she is now a great-grandmother. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vosto-peck, of Chicago. The mother is a granddaughter of Mrs. Meadows. Miss Mary Emily Garret left Saturday for her home in Green-castle. Clifford Bain went to Rockvillc Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents. Dr. N. L. Sanders left Sunday to spend Christmas with his daughter and family at Rockford. Illinois. Mary Katherine Hagel and Ellz abeth F"euerstein went to Terre ! Haute Saturday. They will bring home Frank Hagel. who is attending wtate normal, to spend th holidays with his father, i Mrs. F. B. Bennett will leave ! Monday for Conneisville to spend i Christmas with her daughter, Mrs Ralph Patterson. Mrs. E. L. Ray left Saturday for LvansviUe, where she will s-pend Christmas with her niece, Mrs. S. R. Thurgood. Mrs Martha Meharry and Miss Mattie Nokes are both recovering nicely from their recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. George spent Thursday in Danville Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Purdue of ne;ir Aylesworth, were shopping in Att'ca Friday. C. B Young, manager of tin Attica Electric company. Is con fined to his home by illness Mrs J. Franit McDermond, St., is ill. suffering from an attack of the flu. illTD HITS THEEs FIVE IRE KILLED Farm Barn Many Are Injured in a Texas Wreck "By tha Assoclatad Presal HOUSTON, Texas, Dec. 23. The Post-Dispatch was Informed tonight that 15 persona were seriously tnjured and scores of others slightly hurt wiien the Sunshine Special, southbound passenger- HOLLY. Mich.. Dec. 23. Five persons were killed, one injured seriously and another hurt slightly this morning when their motor car gA ntn a rtlteh nm1 crashed l"rr!" 'into a tree about five miles south iuf here. The dead, all of Flint, I Mich.: Jacob Alder, 21: ! Christopher Frlsorger. jr.. . -0; ! Charles Rada 27; Adam Wulhert, i2t. and Miss Eva Derocher, 17. jF.arl Vellalre. 23, auffered a skull fracture. Zolton Shepsc, 24, driver of the car, was the only member oi tne group to escape serious injury or death. The party was returning to Flint from a dance hall near the spot where the accident occurred. Shepse was held by police- nd Contents Burn ODELL, Ind., Pw. 23. A laiM burn on the- Snawnee Mnnj l.u m , owned by Mrs. Emms, Hawthorne land ipratd by Brute Bowman. was destroyed by hri about S:3 o'clock Saturday mjuit, toethi-i with the contents consisting of grain, cattle, hogs, horses, tractor, truck nnd corn picker. Or'gtn of the fire is unknown and the los-is partly covered by insurance. The Bowman family lid I et inictl from Lafayette a short time betot" the fire was discovered. I YRIC Coolitle Makes Duty 1 On Onions Stronger i WASHINGTON, Dec. 23. Brest, dent Coolidge yesterday Issued a proclamation increasing the duty: on onions from one cent to one: and one-half cents a pound. i Today and Tomorrow "OLD IRONSIDES" Also Yellow Cameo train, was derailed Texas, late today. near Palestine, i Steel Drawn MONTICELLO MAN DIES IN CHICAGO MONTICELLO. Ind.. Dec 23. IF. W. Malone, 80, former resident i of Monticello, died at 12:55 a. m. (today at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. Clayton Miller, tn Chl-Of 311 Inch Long!?3??-. Funeral services will be O; held here at 2 p. m. Tuesday at from ManS EyC1,118 Presbyterian church, Rev, - rprsnn n t r in Tin s. i ur h wi i be made at New Buffalo. Friends are requested to omit flowers. FOND DU LAC. Wis., Dec. 23. A splinter of -steel five-eighths of an inch long was removed by means of electric magnet, from the eye ball or Henry Noil, employe of a Fond du Lac machine shop, here yesterday. Doctors who performed the operation expected to restore . vision to the eye. Motorcyclist Killed By tne Assoclata tress j GARY, Ind., Dec. 23. Ronald Soldner, 23, was fatally hurt when his motorcycle collided with another on which his brother, Henry Soldner, was riding. The two men, working for the same firm, were delivering Christmas packages. Ronald's neck was broken, while Henry escaped, serious Injury. S v" j' di 1 1 llli US hi hJ ! fl - ' i i i , r.' j Dies in Hospital WINGATE, Ind., Dec. 23. WT. E. Purker died of heart trouble at Woodmere hospital at Evansvilhi at 11:30 p. m. Saturday. He was a retired carpenter and a resident of Wingate prior to his removal to Woodmere several months ago. Surviving are the widow and a son, Claude Parker, of Chicago. I? Mill Toe' ay, Tomorrow & Wednesday TODAY "Rose of the Golden West" also COMEDY "Teacher'; Pest,, v , ami s : ft fl! to r i Xi Because We Are Friends! Because ve are friends, we wish you from our hearts, real Christmas gladness which will linger to cheer you throughout the entire New Year. JOHN SPERB viEfflZT" SI mMOn fr . jCf ... in WITH MIL HAMILTON WILLIAM AUSTIN Continuous 1:30, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 Prices 10c, 25c, 35c Comedy Two Masters International News TODAY Tuesday-Wednesday Dies Tn Terre Haute Robert H. Brlckler, 5". died at his home In Terre Haute. Satur-1 J w - 1. m .... I any. ,jie naa ueen tn tor some! tune. Surviving are the following sis ters: Mrs. Belle Miller, of Lafayette; Mrs. Julia Rader. West Union, III., and Mrs. Florence sellers, Terre Haute. Mrs. W. E. cendra and Mm. O. F. Gorls, ofl Laiayette, and Mr. Emma Draper, of Chicago, are nieces. FunerU services were conducted at two o'clock Monday afternoon from the hme, 1300 Holmaa street. Terrs (4 , , FpQpK f . Continuous 1:30 ts&JW JWy I to 11 p. m. I ikW W" Prices: Matinee i Tffir y - rr--",TWv 10c, 25c, 35c. 1 rV y I - r. , V'vV,.:Ty Night 15c, 30c, i a - 1 I " i. . , . -y isr o i rZJ if- a Dorwin Studio Here's Wishing You All I V- 506 Main Street 1 j I WH ' U " "7 1 .'' M ; " Merrti . Christmas .i? fW dSkSs ' - With grateful acknowr ' I CTS -ssssss I JW$ mB $ ledgement of your cour l3! S&l? Sh. tesies and good will that , VkAK ' f f :h 'mPW ' Sf i have made service a plea- y, g fes- 1 A ' Sjffiif 1 sure to us we wish you a 1 ( y W MERRY f . I HlruLM I M , fe Piness and Prosperity. WfWO TO' ymr- fllHX. & Sure to See TSs for CJ -In i CHRISTMAS Jmw !5 Prclnventory Sale jg liiLal V L3yNi?lJ m37(j S ty I VHIC" ii VI i unci ny k;L n I UVST U H , 'A Hi 1 1 It. --CTsr, JT Ik WIT i T I M ALSO Fox Nevs Topics A smashing drama of primitive passions, .spangles and jewels, told in a setting of magic charm and barbaric beauty.'' iiaute.

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