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THE PANTAGRAPH, BLOOMINGTON, ILL., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1916. ICECREAM Our Thanksgiving Special will be NESSELRODE PUDDING A rich New York cream with FRUIT AND NUTS. Regular price per brick :Bc. Thursday special price 50c. We will also hare Cranberry Milk Sherbet at 60c per quart. V nw I-"! i M BLOOM WGTOV ICS CR?lM CO. KmJocfi . Ball tit. 309 S. Koow.ll When Flour is High Ton cannot afford to take a chance on questionable flours. Order Kossuth KLEINAU'S ICE CREAM ! ,', FANCY ICE CREAM ; BRICK ICE CEEAM I DELICIOUS FRUIT ICES. Kleinaus Candies Various Kinds for All Occasions. BOX CANDIES A SPECIALTY Deliciocs Fountain Drinks i Genuine Mexican Chill KLEINAUS , West Side Square. " Half a century of devotion , io an artistic ideal is back of Ms-bach lltra-Qaalitu PfANOal and PCXyer Pianos i It has won for this superb In- Btrumentltsrecognitionbymaster musicians u a world leader In 4 real musical excellence. F.urv Terms Uid Plsnoa Tko lo Exchange t 621 North Main Street wheat,"Krumb-led" and toasted with a delicious flavor all Its own. IQo Look for 1? H I L ml thla altinatur LOCAL NOTICES Get supplies for making candy at Prison's. Bunte hard candies In Jars lOo and up at Bennett's. Fresh Martha Washington candles, (Oo a pound at Bonnett'a. Dunn's 10c Opal Cream for chapt, rough skin and corn huskera hands. Ban Felice. Vincello. Preference Owls, all 6c cigars 7 for 5c Dunns. Dainty baskets filled with beautiful flowers for the Thanksgiving table from $1.50 up. Bonnett'a, JIT North Main. Both phones 53. We have on exhibit at our studio 87 photographs selected from the best etudios in the United States. Thla collection haa been sent for our use for one week only from the Photographers Association of America. You are invited to see the progress photography is making. J. H. Scott. Studio of Fine Portraiture, 420 Un"v Bldg. Phone 1992-X. My Stora Moat Markot. Ducks, poultry. Close at 10 a. m. ordar early. Oranges! Orangest Sweet, large, Juicy oranges while tiey last, d"en 12c Waldman's. Watches, Watches, Watchos, That are reliable, handsome, low in price and fully warranted. Ivo E. Hurst, the Jeweler. Turkey Dinner. We will serve a special turkey din' ner at Boaton Cafe today. Menu a la carte. Unitarian Bazar and Supper, Friday and Saturday afternoons. Bakery Bale. Coffee and coffee cake, tea or ice cream nerved Friday afternoon. Chicken supper Saturday, 6 p. tn., 8Sc. GIVE CLUB CREDIT. Commercial Organization Secures Delay for Further Investigation of Smoke Ordinance. A number of business men and manufacturers of the city were yesterday congratulating the offlcera of the Commercial Club for securing the delay of the city council on the passage of the proposed drastic smoke ordinance. Those who had studied its proposed provisions were sure that it would work a hardship on many of the manufacturing enterprises of the city and tend to give the competing cities against Bloomlngton, such as Decatur, Springfield and Peoria, a decided ad-vtntage in industrial matters. It Is agreed that the manufacturing Interests of the city are few enough at the best, and anything; which would tend to drive industrial enterprise of this city to other locations would be a menace to the prosperity of Bloomlngton. Again, when It was decided that a smoke ordinance should affect alike residences as well as factories, then there would be a general complaint against too draatlo provisions. After the plea of the Commercial Club officers for delay until further facta could be secured, was heeded by the council, it Is now thought that some solution can be arrived at which will tend to remove the drastlo objections to the ordinance and at the same time improve smoke conditions. THE HOME-COMING DAY. THANKSGIVING MANY HAPPY GATHERINGS TO MARK OBSERVANCE OF HOLI. DAY. Thankagiving Day to Witneaa Numerous Family Reunions Weddings of the Day Sooial Notes, 1 1 Krumbles Isfllj .X Durum whole JSli DANVER3 MAN DIES. Fred Burkey Expires Last Night After Several Months' Illness 'His Life. Fred Burkey, a well known retired farmer living in Donvers, died at his home in that place last night. He had been suffering for several months with cancer of the Jaw. He was about 66 years of age and leaves a wife, but no children. He has several relatives in and near Imnvcrs. Three Plymouth Rocks Bring $200. Bert Kodgera, the Wbodbtock, 111, chicken fiincler. whr. has tne. reputation f ruining some of the best Barred Plymouth Hocks In this country, recently sold a cockerel for 8100 and two p'.llcts for $50 apiece to a person In Peoria. Is Improving. Mrs. Sarah E. Myers of South Oak street, who has been quite Blc.k, is slightly improved. In El Paso for Holiday. Mrs. Frank JIavward and children. nt 1201 Fell avenue, went to Ki I'usi Inst evening to spend Thanksgiving with relative Thankagiving ths Tims Whsn All Humanity Seeks the Shelter of Its Own Fireside. The frost Is on the pumpkin and the com Is In the shock. And some better, for the pumpkin la In the pie and the corn has passed Into the modern elevator and prosperity is abroad In the land and by "the land" we mean tn the Home. Across the crisp, brown meadow the "cotton" of bunny's tail lures the hungry hunter. The sly young quails walk down the hedge fences and cross over Into the adjoining fields. And you can almost count the bright brown stripes on their heads (If you haven't got a gun) And in some localities can be seen the beautifully plumaged pheasants turned loose by the government game department. At this season the ungainly, long-legged barnyard turkey looks mighty tempting. But who can even think of turkey without the Indoor picture of absent ones come home. There will be John and his folks, and if the weather is good, Mary is coming and bring the new baby. They don't live far away. Not like a man traveling from California to Maine, travel-worn, hun gry for home. He said to his seat mate he was riding two thousand miles Just to put hfg feet under Moth er's table. The other man looked long out of the window and thru the mist of long remembered days his life now seemed barren, dead like the Great American desert that waa flying past the sameness of color, brown, bare and devoid of flower or oasis, of home and loved ones. Now ag he turned in answer, with the back of his hand he wiped away an unwelcome tear, ana saia, i wisn to uod I could. Hunger for home is an Inborn spirit an Inborn spirit in birds and beasts as well as In man. The sure return of tne barn swallows to the eaves, the mating and brooding place for years. iney mysteriously disappear but lust as sure as the return of sunshine and nowers they just as mysteriously ao pear again. And on every out-eolnu vessel the sea gulls follow the ship out and out Into the green ocean, but all at once when they have gone far enougn away, they turn and fly back to their home on the rocky cliffs. That Inborn Bpirit of love of home of all nations, of all climes, Is ever tne same longing. Let It come from the sunny vine-clad trellises of rich purple fruit In the soft clime of Italy, or let It be n the sturdy snow walled country of the far North, it Is all the same Ana perhaps but few know that John Howard Pavne n., j,. home. He was a wanderer thru life miu nis unoying "Home, Sweet Home" Is sang In everv tongue i by every marine band that sails the seas, when native shores are sighted and tired hearts are cheered to know inai rem. and Home is near. Could there be any Thanksgiving without Home, and could there be any Horns n.lUn... m 1 , . .. n.iuvub x iutnasgiving7 OLIVE DKPCTT. To Chicago on Business. - -,. Kiiu ..una .Margaret Gerdnr rf k-.h ... . will leave today for Chicago where win .penci me weelt end. Mine Poshard will enter the Frances Wll- laM hoirrlrnl ln tali, m ..... ,,, HUISIIlg. Horseshoera Raise Prlr Horscahoera or ihm iitv.h.,r. -, nern iorcea to raise their prices du io me advance in or an.i raw ma tcrlals which nr. uno in thni. ........ T U-...1 . " .1,1. II ilU. On a set of shoes the price has been iiiieu imy cents, wnue on otnor work the Increase Ir quite small. Local horseshoers raised their price about week ago and are expecting to forced to ncain make d niitrht inereni all dependins on the dully varlatlu of the market in which their stock concerned. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Marquis will entertain today at their home on East Grove street with a family dinner. Among the guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Kuecoe Sidell and children of Jollet. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Bickett and three children of Chicago, are apend-Ing Thanksgiving with Mrs. Blckett's parents, Mr. and Ura. ii. I UoClur of this city. Charles Krela and sisters will spend: Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto'Kreia of Peoria, Mrs. Cas-sel Stuart of El Paso, Texas, is also a guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Krels of Peoria. ltev. W. D. Isler, district superintendent of the yuiucy district of the St. Louis conference, and family, and Miss Edith Clippers who is teaching ln Mackinaw with her sistor, Wllma, of Warsaw, are spending Thanksgiving at the home of Kev. A. F. Ludwig and family, 404 West Washington street. Rev. and Mrs. Isler were schoolmates of Rev. and Mrs. Ludwig at Central Wesieyan College, Warrenton, Mo. Miss Gladys Tenner, who la teaching ln Pawnee, Is spending Thanksglv-ing with her mother of 105 East Mulberry Btreet. Miss Bernice Grapes of East Grove street who has been attending the Academy of Fine Arts. Chicago, is home for Thanksglvtng. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Doran of Chicago, will spend Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tatman, of East Grove street. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Weaver will spend the day at the home of their son. O. D. Weaver of La Salle, and family. Mr. and Mrs.. Victor Nelson or liz Stevenson street will entertain today at dinner the Johnson, Nelson, Pearson families. Heresy Family Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hersey of White's Place will entertain with a family dinner today at their home. John Fer-rias of Pontlac, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Negtlrter of Iowa, and Dr. and Mrs. Hawthorne of Roodhouse, will be pres ent from away. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffin of North Evans street entertained a party of ten at the Woman's Exchange yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. wonnacott of 1002 North Center street entertained yesterday noon with a dinner party number of Bloomlngton friends and IT. N. Patterson of Mansfield. Mr. and Mrs. Harve,IJams and daughter of Farmer City.' Earl Hartenbower, who is attending the Medical School at the Northwestern University is home to spend Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hamlow and children will he the guests today of Mr. and Mrs. David Hanson at dinner at their home, 1105 South Barker street. Miss Margaret Rlcha.rt of 121 J Clin ton Boulevard Is spending the Thanksgiving holidays ln Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Warmbler of SO! West Empire street, will have as their guests today at dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Ixiula Haulschnla. Mr. and Mr. E. F. Coole, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coole of this city, and Oscar, Valentine of St. IX) in s. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Washburn of 1309 North East street, are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. H. J. IJams and daughter. Mabel, of Farmer City. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Northi-un of East Front street, will entertain today with a family dinner. Frank Wnlnp. wife and two daughters of Springfield, will be nresent. Miss Rufh Young of Menominee. Wis., is the giiet of Miss Winifred Kates over Thanksgiving. Miss Ethel Gunn will be ln Dana today where she will read thli evening. The Hamilton- Family. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Hamilton will entertain the Hamilton families and the Harry Read family today with a dinner party at their home, T03 East Empire street. Mr. and Mrs. William N. Bush of S01 Broadway, Normal, will entertain today with a family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Bean will entertain today a ntlmber of relatives at dinner at their home, 709 West Market street. A family dinner will be enjoyed today at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R M. Britt. 512 East Walnut street. Mrs. Belle L. Miller will entertain the members of her family today at her home, 901 West Wood street, with a dinner party. Covers will be laid for twelve. Fifer-Bohrer Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bohrer will entertain the Flfer-Bohrer families today at dinner at their home, 502 East Walnut street. Mrs. J. O. Wlllson will entertain a party of relatives today at dinner at her home, 611 North East street. Mr. and Mrs. C. Lacock of 1222 East Grove street will entertain today with a family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hawk of 918 North Prairie street will have toduy as their guests at dinner a number of re atives. Mrs. Margaret Loehr and daughter, Mrs. Anna B. Lewis will entertain Mr. and Mrs. George Parker and family, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Merium today at dinner at their home, 1012 Went Taylor street. Mrs. Elizabeth Cooke and Miss Emma KaDel of 903 North Center street, nre spending the day at the home of Mr. anrt Mrs. Charles Diets of Decatur. Miss Belle Hurst Is ln Chicago visiting her sister, Mrs. C. B, Keeran of that place. Mlsa Romalne Loar who Is attending the Northwestern University at Evanston is home to spend the remainder of the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Loar of East Olive itreet. Miss Munn of the high school faculty, will spend the vacation with friends ln Rock Island. Ralph Brltton will spend the Thanksgiving vacation in Chicago. Miss Mabelle Glenn, supervisor of Miific of the local schools will spend the remainder of the week ln Gales-burg. Miss Eva Mitchell of the high school faculty, Is spending Thanksgiving In Homer. At the Klemm Home. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Klemm will en- of Downs. terlaln today with a family dinner at their i cme, 808 North Main street Mi. and Mrs. Homer Arnold will spend Thanksgiving with friends in Macon. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mott and daughter and are spending the day ln Peoria with friends. The Chandband-Benjamln families will enjoy a dinner at the hbme of Mrs. Sarah Chanband, 402 East Grove street. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hastings, of Brookings, S. D., are visiting with the former's mother, Mrs. J, J, Hastings, of north of Bloomlngton. Miss Loula Buehrlg will spend today with home folks in Minler. Mrs. W, C. Johnson will entertain with a family dinner today at her home on the West Washington street with his parents, M. and Mrs. W. S. road. " G. R. Green,, a teacher In the Fair-bury schools, will spend Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Green, of West Oakland avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Culbertson, of Delavan, were visitors In this city yesterday. Baldwin Family Meeting. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Baldwin will entertain with a family dinner today at their home, 1505 East Washington street. Mrs. W ,T. MIckle, of Dcland, Fla., Is visiting with hor parents, Mr, and Mrs. Enoch Brock, of East Jefferson street. Clarence Crumbaker, of Indianapolis, Ind., will spend Thanksgiving and the week end with his mother, Mrs. Eva Crumbaker, of 317 East Jefferson street. Mrs. William Cratxer and daughter of 402 East Jefferson street, are spending the holiday ln Decatur with relatives. Mrs. George Mueller of Decatur, will spend Thanksgiving in this city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A- J. Moon. Home From Georgia. Mrs, T. E. Keefe and children of North Clinton street, who have been visiting relatives ln Macon, Georgia, returned to their home last evening Richard McGraw of El Paso, is In the city today spending Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Lederer, 714 West O'Hara street. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Rodman and son, W. Scott Rodman of Jacksonville, are in4 the city visiting at the home of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rodman. 605 South Evans street. They will remain hero visiting friends over Sunday. Miss Bernice Miles of St. Louis, Mo., arrived in the city last eventng to spend Thanksgiving at the home of Miss Helen Haynes of the Springfield road. She will remain the guest at the Haynes home over the week end. ( Mrs. Love Here. Mrs. C. F. Love of Chicago, Is visiting at the home of W. G. Boyce, 801 West Market street. She will attend the Thanksgiving dinner of the Ham-Uton-Boyce families, which wi'l be held at the home of Chauncey Hamilton, 703 East Empire street. Miss Love is the daughter of Prof. Daniel Wllktns, a former well known citizen of this city and at one time a member of the Vveeleyan faculty, Mr. and Mrs.. John W. Rodgers will entertain today with a family dinner at his home on South Clayton street. For House Guests. Miss LaVern Dietrich of North Oak street, will entertain thlH evening with a six o'clock dinner, in honor of Miss Marguerite and Jliss Muriel Bekler, both of whom are house guests. Those tn be present from out of the city are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conley and Mr. Edward Bethea, all of Chicago. Dr. and Mrs. William Young of 10 White's Place, will entertain with dinner today Those present from out of the c.ty are Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Maxwell and sons. Miss Margaret Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kauff-man, all of Lincoln, and Mr. Grover C. Patton of Decatur. Mrs. M. C. Hodge of 414 North Lee street, left the city yesterday for Chicago, where she will spend Thanksgiving with relatives. Mr. ond Mrs. Lee Walter of South Lee street will spend the holiday ln Chicago. A party of Bloomlngton people will spend Thanksgiving in Pekln, as the guest of Miss Tena Janssen. They will Include Mr. and Mrs. R. V, Smith and son. Melvln, Robert Smiley, Miss Edna Ralford, Miss Lydia Dlers, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Niedermeyer. Cunningham Family Party. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cunningham of 1301 East Grove street, will entertain today with a family dinner party. The euests will Include Mr. and Mrs. Dan K. Harness of Chllllcothe, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. John Schlosser and son Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Harness Cunningham and daughters of San Jose, and Mr. and Mr. T. J. Salmon of this city Miss Gertrudo Henry, who is teaching at Chicago Heights, Is home tJ spend Thanksgiving with her parents. Rir. ana Mrs. j. u. Henry of 406 '4 East Front street Mr. and Mrs. William C. Wlndle of 611 North Roosevelt avenue, will entertain at Thanksgiving dinner today a frty of relatives living in this city Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Roland of 601 H West Washington street, will enter-tatn at Thanksgiving dinner today number of relatives. Johnson- Brewer. Last evening at 807 West Grove Btreet, at the home of the bride, was celebrated the marriage of Miss Emma Johnson and Mr. Roy Brewer. Promptly at 8 o'clock the couple, attended by Miss Florence and Earl Johnson, brother and sister of the brlda, took their places before a bank of palms end ferns. Rev. A. K. Byrns officiated, using the fin- ceremony. Miss McFarland played Hum-oresque softly during the ceremony. Following congratulations an elabor. ate wedding dinner was served to forty guests. The decorations were In pink and white, with pink roses used in profusion. The bride was attired In a blue) w!t with accessories tn match. Miss Johnson Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Rode and has spent her life In this city. She la popular ln a large circle of friends. Mr. Brewer Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Brewer, of Holder. TbTln in the employ of C. W. Klemm. After a short wedding trio the couple will be at home at 911 Went Moulton street, where the groom has the house already furnished. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs, F. C. Johnson and daughter, Margaret Louise, of Decatur: Mr. and Mrs. C T. Brewer and family, of of Holder; Mr. and Mi's. F. Prahm, of Barnes; Mr. and Mrs. R. Miller and son, Lloyd, of Yuton: Mr. and Mrs. H. Brewer, of Holder, and Mrs. L, Brewer, Married Yesterday. Edward Daly, meter repairer at, the city hall, and Mlas Margaret Smith were married ln St. Mary's cathedral ln Peoria at o'clock yesterday morning. Rev. J. J. Cosgrove officiated. Mr. Daly la ths son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Daly, of 1412 West Locust street, and Mrs. Daly Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, of Mem a. The coo pis will reside at U01 East Grove street. To QlvvPar4 On of the largest parties to take place this winter will bo that to be given by Mrs. E. O. Hubbard, of 1411 North Main street. The affair, which will take place some time during holiday week, will be attended by several hundred guaats. Unitarian Bazar. Ths annual basar of the Unitarian church will take place ln the church parlors on Friday, The usual array of fancy, useful and beautiful articles will be on display. Including aprons, fancy articles, bags, caps, handkerchiefs, table and bed linens, handmade laces and embroideries, bakery goods and candy, Mrs. H. R. Dodge and Mrs. J. V. Flfer will be in charge of the affair and the follow ing ladies will be on the committees: Fancy work booth. Mrs. H. O. Davis, Mrs. II. C. lungerich, Mrs. C. L-Utesch, Mrs. Strohmeler; rug committee, Mrs. S. Cons. Mrs. H. Behr, Mrs. E. P. Weaver; bakery table, Mrs. John Gee, Mrs. George P. Brown, Mrs. Mar- Cos- apron committee. Mrs. William Agle, Mrs. H. But ler, Mrs. Charles Dawson: candy table. Miss Charlotte Behr, Miss Bertha Mandler; supper committee, Mrs. H.. Dodge, Mrs. Charles Dawson. Mrs. Ricbe. Clio Club. The next regular meeting of the. Clio Club will be held tomorrow afternoon with Mis. Charles Ag'.e, of 1151 East Jefferson street. Hopper-Tavenner. Miss Cecil Hopper and Mr. Roy Tavenner, both popular young people residing ln the McLean vicinity will be united ln marriage at the parsonage of the First M. E. church this morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. A. K. Byrns, the pastor will officiate. Following the ceremony they wlil depart on the 1 o'clock C. &.A. train for Parsons, Kana., where they will spend a few days before returning to make their home on a farm 6 miles northwest of McLean. The bride-elect Is the daughter of Mrs. Delia V. Hopper of McLean. Tbe groom is the son of Mr, and Mrs. O. E. Tavenner, prosperous farmers of near McLean. He Is. a graduate of the McLean high school and attended the Wesieyan university for one year. The wedding today will be the ending of a romance which started ln the McLean high school where both parties were in attendance. Miss Hopper graduated from the Mc Lean high school in 1916, on the Chicago at Northwestern as a passenger fireman. The now famous town of Palonlea was In ancient times called Thessa- Concklin-Garihe. This morning at 6:45 o'clock will be celebrated the marriage of Miss Una A. Concklln and Edward M. Garihee, both residents of this city. They will be united ln marriage at Holy Trinity church, Monstgnor Weldon officiating, The bride is the daughter of Mrs. T. F. Crotty and is a stenographer em- ployed at the Frey garage. The groom has resided in this city for several years and is a barber employed at the Armbruster shop. They will make their home ln this city. Spending Thanksgiving Her. James B, Erwln. of the firm of Er win. Wheeler and Wheeler, patent law. yens, of Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. Olive A. Pettier, of Davlsburg, Mich.. are the guests over Thanksgiving of their brother, O. R. Erwin and family of 607 West Jefferson street. Engagement Announced. Announcement of the engagement of Miss Lucy Murfey and Mr. William E. Diesel, both of this city, was made last evening at the home of Miss Agnes Monahan of 1215 North Roosevelt ave nue, at the regular meeting of the F, L. C. club. A four course dinner waa served after which a pleasant social hour was enjoyed with music and games. The marriege Is to take place the first of the new year. Both young people are well known in Blooming ton. Miss Murfey has spent practically all her life here and has a large circle of friends who will extend their felicitations. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Murfey of 901 West Monroe street The groom to be is an employe of the C. & A .here. Bryant-Wandschneidsr. Mr. Fred Wandschneider of this city. and Miss Blanche Bryant, of Chicago, were married1 yesterday afternoon about 8 o clock at Oak Park. This an nouncement was made last evening by friends of the couple in this city. Mr. wandscnnelder is employed In the carpenter department of the Alton. For a number of years he resided on North Major street, but with his wife will now make their home on East University avenue. Mrs. Wandschneider Is known to many people of this city and she has often visited here. The couple will re turn here today and have their Thanksgiving dinner at the home of the groom's mother, Mrs. Minnie Wandschneider, of 1321 North Major street 1 Musicsl Sooial Afternoon. The first annual social afternoon of the Amateur Musical Club will be held Saturday afternoon at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. Harriet Thomas, 602 South Clayton street. All active student and Junior student members are Invited to this affair. There will be a musical program followed by a social hour. A large turnout is anticipated. M Has Doubls 8ignlficano. and Mrs. T. W. Stevenson, of 507 East Locust street, will entertain today with a family dinner, tbe same as many others are doing ln the olty, But this family gathering will have a double significance. It will not only be tne celebration ot Thanksgiving day but also the fortieth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs Stev enson, The 80th of November also happened to be Thanksgiving day Just iorty years ago toaay. A Family Dinner Parly. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hunte win entertain the various members of the Tfunter and Frank families with ThankHglvIng dinner today at their home on North East street. Honscheidt Family Dinnsr. MY. and Mrs. Henry Honschelddt of 307 West Mill street, will entertain with a family dinner today. A num her of guests from out of the city will attend. Those from a great distance nre Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Munther of Toronto, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. K. Ia Mnnther of Chicago, and Miss El len Gray or Wisconsin. Home for Thsnlfsglving. H. Relsch of Sounh Bend, Ind., will return to his home on East Emerson street today and will spend the re malnder of The week with his pa rents. Mr. Relsch Is a former Alton fireman and has lately been employed lonlka, It was ther, that Alexander the Great launched his fleets. OUR THREE STORES WILL , BE CLOSED ALL DAY TODAY THANKSGIVING Btoomihigt9' Ltadht Dry GoodtR84 Central Union A Wonderful System By the end of this year the Bell Telephone System will have ap-proximately ten million telephones in service. Prompt and courteous treatment, combined with efficient service has made this achieve- e ment possible. Receivers, Central Union Telephone Company Fred Beckman, Manager Telephone i4 "Tht Store of the Christmas Spirit" Diamonds and Diamond Jewelry are always a very desirable possession they're the things that are most highly prized- If you are think- rW Ing about purchasing a Diamond come to Garret-ton's the large range of choice we offer, the extensive variety of styles and designs shown, and the wide range of pricey will enable you to make your selection here with the greatest ease. Our large assortment of Holiday Gift articles will help . you solve your Christmas Gift problem. Coma and see them. You'r always welcome hee. W. P. GARRETSON Jeweler 309 North Main Street Oarritton'M "Satltfaction Ouaranttt" Jnaure ry Parch Von Will Be Monhhed how quickly and how reasonably yotrr bathroom can be transformed Into thins of beauty and a Joy .and luxury forever by our system ot lanltary plumbing and reasonable charges Stop ln and see us about transforming yours. Or, 11 you like tell ui to call and yon. No obligation Incurred either way. ledereh's 121 EAST FROHT-ST PHOJU 210-X Aeress From Central Bngln Mu W Glv Bankre Crtlflcta. Opposite The Newmarket MONEY TO LOAN Phon 4 Ktnloch 700 110 TO 1200 TO CITY MAN OR FARMER AT THE LOWEST RATES AND EASIEST TERMS. The Sign National Loan Co. Confidential ROOM 3 NEW HANNA BLDG. 101 NORTH CENTER-ST.

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