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SEDITORIAL SECTION THE DAILY MISSOULIAN SPECIAL FEATURES
MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1913. WELCOME Welcome, New Year, coming swift apace, Bearing gifts abundant in your arms, Smiling sweet with youth and luring charms Yet with hint of sadness in your face. Welcome, New Year, though with glowing eyes, Deep, prophetic, wistful visioning, You entice our vain imaging, Lead us on to learn your mysteries. Welcome, New Year, bearing flowers and song, Bringing gift of happy dancing feet. Bringing love to make the gift complete, Bearing pain that walks with love along. Welcome, New Year, though black doubt and fear Clutch our hearts and hurt with toil and fret; Welcome all you give, if we may yet Keep unharmed our loved ones with us here. -Mabel Kinney 1al11. I Christmas Party. Miss Helen Freeman entertained a company of friends Tuesday after noon at her home on East Front street. Her guests, Misses Ethelyn Brown, Josephine Moore, Filorerce Dixon, Harriet Hall, MalIlin. Lo-n bard, Hazel Brown, Ruth Mast, Con stance Keith, Olive Dobson, Florunce Melchoir, Mary Evans antl Elizabeth Grim, were received in rooms bril liant with red bells and streamers and a profusion of Christmas gr-onery, including a tree hung with effective decorations. The young ladies made merry with games, music and danc ing. Miss Madeline Lombard did some pretty fancy dances as a part of the entertainment. There was a guess ing game involving names of great authors, the prize for clever guessing being won by Miss Harriet Hall. At tea time, Mrs. Freeman assisted by Mrs. Edward Alward and Miss WVin nifred Felghner, served refreshments on daintily appointed trays. On Wednesday afternoon Miss Free man entertained a second company of friends. Misses Frances and Bessie Blakeley, Marie Hansen, Dorothy MacDonald, Helen Magee, llelen Zeh and Mollie Branson spent a hapltpy aft ernoon receiving Christmas gifts from a brilliantly trimmed tree and later sitting about a prettily appointed tea table where a Christmas feast was served. Anticipated Journey. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Milbrodt and Mrs. Grinnell had as their guests last week, Mr. and Mrs. M1. Szudera of Seattle, Mrs. Szudera having been be fore her marriage, Miss Dora Grinnell. After spending the holiday:, in Mis soula, Mr. and Mrs. Szudera will leave by way of the Pacific coast for a two years' journey around the world. They have planned an attractive itin ,erary, which is to include all the larg est ports of the south sea islands, China, Japan, India and Europe. Upon their return to America by way of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Szudera will make their home in yan Francisco. Dinner and Tree. One of the enjoyable dinner parties in the Rattlesnake valley on Christmas day was that given at the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. WV. II. Stenniett who had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lucas. After the dinner the ELI ( CtN-fl5ttR J (i Suits, Coats, Dresses and in Fact Everything in Women's, Misses' and Chil dren's Ready-to-Wear to Be Closed Out Entirely if you would gain an authentic idea of what this closing out sale of ready-to-wear has to offer you, come here at your carli est possible chance. Every day you stay away lessens your op portunity to secure the best bargains. Each line is fast being depleted. Nowhere else can you secure such values in ready to-wear. Our entire stock is being disposed of. SUITS AT I($1.OO-c'ionsists of suits SUITS AT I18.75--'~nsists of suits of seiges, cheviots and novelty mIllitures; iadi.c of cheviots, matelasses, wide wales suits that sold up to $25.00. nnd other fabries, in a fine range of col irs. Values to $37.50. SUITS AT I15.o1H--c'onsists of suilts in the season's newest and heit itiateri;lls SUITn AT ,n 3.5e-- a t iiosists of spl itS and in leading colorings. Values ul tl stri tly high gade g arments. All a1 $32.50. new and nohhbby. Values to $45.00. Winter Coats at One-Third Off a These coats are ;al this seasrontis style andi materials. Although the sellltin hlii hbeen heavy shnce the sa.le started. there is still a goodt seletion to ctioost . rose from. Alt 40 coats altogether. if youi are in need of a c.t ot on't it off coIlnling here atllnd s theti before prllcth;uting elsewherc. W\V( t;a ns;it V ie l iyotney. Crib Blankets 25c Bottle Vaseline 19c Young infants require lots of coverillg In Ieep thenil Large size bottle \hite perflumed vaseline for Wiiii - warm. Wlhy not get them Ilanketr s a.tlrtpriatl in plexion anid attuointing piurposes. Speial 19 nursery designs. Comle i pink an. d ill'o Icoltors. Each .......... 85 $6.00 Wool Blanket, $5.00 Six-Inch Doilies, 8 1-3c Each A dand, heavy- weight swool blanket,. fitix80. tiz,. cl Regullar 12 lc drawnwork doilies: an Ihe usedl for ors gray. pink, hluto anll( tan pla idr,; take ;ldvantage ofn several purposes around the holire. Special Molnday this spercial offer and Ihe ready for the real l.it only. weathePr ahead. Women's and Children's Hosiery Extra Special Youl call supply your needs here in good, dependable Ten pieces 1z't. white olating flitanotl; ;ia ext it gtold hosiery for less mtncy than elsewhere. Eitlher wool quality even at the regular selling price. n. sale or cotton. Once you get the habit of wearing hosiery Monday only at, yard 1.. I! frtom here, and find i'ut the goiod wearing qualities. you won't wear' any other kind. Pair . 5 ti5 Rmao 50S Remnant Sale Women's and Misses' Fleeced Underwear inilay on cin hiy remnants at hi tr ret ittir An extra fine garment in regular and out sizes: hear- remnant sale price. About 300 reimnuants of i;ll kinlld ily fleeced; sells in the regular way at (5c aind 75. the of cotton goodts. Remelenlber. oneil day only. Ie till garment. Special, garment.... 50P hand early, for they may not last all iday. • - I lill 2. [ I "" li - " 2 . 3 IT"l fi'T 1" 7 . . . T' .I 7-1 . - ' . . . families enjoyed a tI -ristmas tree which bore an exchange of gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Turtle and their daughter, Alice. partook of the C'hrist mas hospitaity offered by Attorney and Mrs. .lames L. \Wallauce and Miss Enid Wallace. Nurses Celebrate. Santa Claus, in his rounds \Vednes day evening, visited St. Patrick's hos pital and foulid a company of 20 young nulrses with some of the Sisters in the lecture rooll, aisenbled about a brilliantly lighted and decoratedi Christmas tree. Being informed that it was strictly a ladies' party and no gentlemen allowed, the old saint stopped only long enough to distrib ute a multitude of gifts and to wih a Merry Christmas to all. The nurses concluded the evening with 'lght re freshments. Mrs. Duncan. Judge and Mrs. A. L. I)unean had as guests of honor at their Christmas dinner yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Peterson, Miss E.mily WValther. Misses Dorotthy and Gladys and Master Fred erick Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson and chlildren left Friay mornilng for their winter sojourn in souithern California. At the Bonner Home. tMr. and Mrs. John Bonner enter tained at Christmas dimler at their home on West Sprlluce .reet Thllursday afterlnon. Their crniparny included Mr. and Mrs. James Bonner aund Miss Betty Lee Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonner, Missesr Marguerite and Kathryn Bonner. Mrs. Duchemin. Mrt. E. R. DIuchemntn .erved one of her famlnnus big dinners celebrating Christmas at her homiier In Bonner. The guests who partook of the nullmcr oue good courses served were: Mr. and Mr,. J. H. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. McCreery. Roy Duclhelnin anrd Io:eph McCook. Family Party. Mr. and Mrs. D. C Sumith enler tained a familly party a:t dinner Thtluis Iday evening. The company included Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Simons, Mr. and iL II STARTING ANEW ONCE MORE It is such a comfort to have a fresh 'starting point. The very w\ord "new\" sounds in the ears with a tingle of ini .lulse and energy. "New" brings a ,sense of unspoiled beauty just ready to be revealed. The newly rcpened rise sbud, the new love, the ne\i hbot'. thle new gown, the new day, thei new year---each tangible object antl each sribtle emotion of living is mo.st at tractive when it is new. The new year is like the crest of a great wave on the sea shore. Just as tile inountain mass of water has been l1eaped up to its highest point, so has the business of living gathered mno iiientuir through the monlths of alut umn harvest alnd early winiter, through the busy stir of the Christmas holiday. FIinally at its high point the wave, curls and breaks with a dash and sparkl. of foam, then rolls with tre iniendouis force, sweeping everyt hing hefore it, doing the work 'set by the Master h]ilder, tearing shore lilnes of continents and carving hotullllaries of nations. Like this imighty sweep of water, human impulllls' s\\ings away from the crest of the new year andi sweeps down through the nmonths, carvcing tile history of nations. Nenw year's lay is thell natural starting point for activities great and simall. The date of the day has varied amtong nations and times. According to thel Julian calendar, January 13 is New Year's day. The ancient Egyptlians, Phoenicians and Persians hegan their year at the autumlnal equlilnox, Selp tember 21 and the Greeks had first December 21, then later June 21 for the date of the new year. The Jews have reckonedI their 'civil year from the first day of the monith of Tishri (September G-iicctoeer ,,. hi( their et' clesislastial ear hIegins i;tre 1. Tlhe date of the new .yar ha'. been vari Mrs. ('. '. Si inolns, Mr. ;N t i Mr~s. I.1 \ard l"rties ult son,t 'egore'. Miss Marjorie Sinions., tl'. l'tarry I '. Smlith and Dr. Allen Ituller. Mr. and Mrs. Steinbrenner, I1'. and Mrit. V. F'. Dodge, Bobbie Dodge and Miss Nell Bensoni of Htel a 1ier' gMil¢sts; at ihnner Christillna afternoonl in the horne of 1tMr. alld tMr':s. George t it elbreOi ier. B. of L. F. and E. Ball. Running spela I rom Helena to Missoulal the 3Brotlhelrhlsll of Itocorlino ti\eP Firemen lL util l inginerl'l i'n, BIonI1tzi.' lodge No. 194, orndulcted a Ioinr 'T'hurs day night that made hurndreds lutply. Starting at Helena at 9:30 wilth a gratil ntarcth alI t Iwo-:;tope , Ihe ic ru \was aII(' In schtrlli ule BIliat calledl for a right if a\t;y ovecr iall other enugage ioeints, eTlinrg w\\ith a midle y waltz at Missotula station ait 2 o'clock 'Friday morining, 'There was a dance for each oUsly reckoned in t'lristentdott. ill i(one instances March 2., anit l in otIher December 25 being ,celthrated. Tho Romans llstlit ltd the custtliom of a general hollt.i\ to, celebrate the' newl year. Sacrit'i. .s were made Io .tanis, gifts were , t.'h.ngted, and intas Itlterading and fltll \\('ire generial ('Congratulatory rO, "snltes were made to magistrates who nllter.td ulpon office upon this day. The tlllerors exactetd from their subject< as a new year's gift a tribute of ia pound of gold. These gifts were iatlled "'t renllil froim a tradition Iltii t hrincht.s of 'ver \'ain were gathert , in tihe sacred gr\ve of Strenun. the godtldess of strength, and pr ',ti dt.c to the leglln diiry King Tatits' :is a good itomen ion the first day ,1, tihe ye'ar., 77 I. ('. The custOll of "icving itold recei intg str. 'Illae for tluil stirvivet's ill Iraince where New Yt.eir's day is called le joultr d'etretnnes. ;lli ion the cltn tinenlt generally. 'i'Tllh Persianis rcle braltel the beginning ofI tile gyeat l excthainging presentl- of eggs. 'l'The Druids distributed a; New Year's gift. branclllthes of the si, 1t'd imlistleto. e. 111 metditeval England, the cu'stom pril'e vailed of giving t dtluititt' presen~ts, allllollntin g to mlian, th,.llt;tntids of (tlt l:'s, to tile soe,'OVeill thei n ill poer This hitrdensome no t-tet became b-h so.lete during the nmlmonwealth ;iand was not re\ived iili t lii' restolration. nll mnoiern times, tl-ie hiliday has been kept clear of any grelat amoull t of giving oif gifts atil it lhas not been Inmadte to any large ixitnllt a reltgiotlts holiday. It is simllt, n hill' of glad greeting, a stalrting I"'int fir ill the gooditl intentions oi liii te tiuling 12 monthis lind a dat. el1 ftlr shlledding ill the shabby haihti. colleicted durilng ih,, Fist 12 months 110\ it hie intl'ed ti "II lpy' New Yil'ii.' t ll the LS stations :"t"nc the rote and;ll I t h l milusi.c of tlihe \1i ,', lnin I' I h or' chcstra tlie dancelr i, ni vel- 1 themti - cilve:; as Ihey al.t i ilto wthett thin order :.h(t s as host ,i affair of this It \\'a: Ithe .\welft, .unolia l 'hr!:,lll:t s hill of the hrothei le l "d ,t nd Elite hall Wv N I title very bui tilt i t i ;I a '1 - flitiot of gtreells ;1,I - lld ;alnd r i.·,i [tl',realitl,, . T he col.,I ., < ii , m al e 11h , lighting 1 eltfe ts I'\' ii pleaing tiitl Ilelpelt arouse a ts.ull I l f gut letlltw shlp that pretailedi lhrouglhout the nigtit. The follo\ in;. , ,unnllll s hlorl 'tharge of thle 'ilil itint deserve iuII' h cIredi for the e icl rtt'ailnlll ll 1ll iv p0ro \tvided.: Arr. A In . 't i, Vt'. \1. tW't in, I'. A. R ptison fr Id Morgan Gr loorm. .1. i. FI. ' lark;. I' pta illb , Frlillank Yl? n ' .nell e . I'l i il,hti .t'it F 'ord iR lt. '.lh, A. IE. 'rip , ('. 1 Irehe old M. A. M -s anllt st, inot. \\'t'ilttitsehtv iii' iti ft lCion Reception for Brid:e and Groom. Frlont i a t t . ' i I iostO lll daily oi dli his accot' nlt . :t hrillianlt Irclptilon givel inl M\i:crl'icough, Mass, in c rlo ll plinient to i ,Ind( Mis. Robert iP. Frye, whose " tl(ing reception in Missqoula at the hoeil oll f the brilhe's parents, Ml. ,t\ l Mrs. .. . Powevr, wals one of th, ,Idlghtful s.cil events of tiere s Ilts fo Mir. nd Mfii :. i Walter tlt . ry, gctt. a reception I Iii1 their ho', 187 Pleh.s alnt street, W'lesdafy tvcnVlilg fur their siti, Riobh'rt P. Fryc, and his bride, \\homt It, recently i t lart'lld rat Missoula, Dtoilt About 3it were pres ent, the guest.; rolling front Iinstnrt, Brookline, Newton, I imlbr'idgc ant Westhoro. The receptaio i curred froit Ii till 1," Mr, i. and rlin; Walter P. I'r' ei anl Mr. and Mi Robert Fryo r'l,.tod in the parloi The roro 'it ilsen rated w\ilh ou, inds nill Mrs. Rulssell rose;. The !1hers were Al lrt iallII John A. 1 r>" . Robert Morse, thwavrd Morse and iitl .lll It. IPrye. ( lk of Roston rllttl I';llncy ices, caiics and doiei tlass in the dining mrin. 'Thie (d]ec rnations ci it Ih di(linhg r'0i0l incltld ed Killarn l ,,ies id chris sntlicc Iipinis. ,onl I ondll(la ra i itht red shade: shed t soft gl\\ over till, sc'ente. t iti causer side of lhl, table were hargl, ibaskets formed l if candy and filled hilh fancy ices. In ai iloel ..n the hall, surr linded I -HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS the trrlmrni 'al: fotr ih e wek hirea iPPn fillet ]III act it ( llll f goi ng iI' Of ioning I i. Ma' Passenger traiis all over thiI lIlld halve hben croiwlded illh eager tr, l\r li il t.he way "horlle flr the hi hidsij -" Tihe halls of the Inl versity it Ml*iit;ina are elmlipty. etllllte the stilrin., who is: ally fill them with life aitl Laughter have gine Ia their s..ira Ii eslli to he with father and miotllhe ,-ir (r'lirsti.mas. By thel taitle til.ll, the yI.ttllig people \.lhO at tend sthatl it )ther places, have .oIie homie ti M.tlu.,ula to add to the galet I of Ithe . ,'i.r l life of. the we Kn. Iii those iunftirt iiate ones \iiwho onililnti silake the .. ag joturnte y to Btcild short a, tin 'at oliime, boxes; of turt and ilnillu'' I, with some()l red apple:: and iplum i tiddling tucked. in the tit nlers, tI t hei leen ishippe. d frotl I th lMissonlll; Ihuli to rmakle a glad spread in si.iie Iairi;lvay stulldent's roottm. A acrtain lady with snowy curl told ti smcit if her friends in Missotila the other da , the story of her first goillng ;a i schooltiiit and her experi encte 'made ir vivid contrast to tie go ing a.layi If yong ipeople todat. It wa-i int Int6t, just 53 years ago, tlha sh . \aas Sent from Minnesotal toi Ohtil to, scthool and she was then just 15 years old. l ter fathler was a lhyIsiiianl ervinll as a mlissionary to the Iln th e tlt .itio n tll in th i lib.rs i, \\h t ' Inl h .l g ..- eI l\ed. |,1 -s illd C'hry' - LI nIIhoIIt nts \ ih'1 l 'ite .itei',l I ih, 11 l',ti t hill l1 hIti11 I'. "i.\t is a 1 ri' Idu t 1 " IIar-' i nid rc llog . class of 1:11,1. :111,1 his b~ride \.t:- fur vll Altr .,Es '.hia IH u\\ ,r, ni tll eh, ' 1f \1 r. :ilnl .,l's. .1I I', l i\\ r of Missoula, i l..\tl- iht i is a gt'\ itiiu lat' Mnlsic Mr. and Mrs. McHaffie. al. oi. Alits ii iii Ii' ll' tiitt' \\1'r, host an't Iiost i -i ill their liimi' on li irr hl h.i1,un, Thlllursuly .h.\1 1i 0 1or 1 i 1 I IlT' 'r u; ' . .ill .t i nnlll '"r gul sts. \i f.' l Dr r -. and 'llt l , Missess. Nsn. lan'I llmId · :irtt i 'I lI' Ir- 'l tl and t'l tl - Ntra .'sl It 1t' rnes'' t 'r' -s ta*i, with M It,11 hMr. and Mrs. In lt( hon. r Ii . h itit' ' ff re . It \,\:s Il t,. ltt lilllu M is. a;rl on P'r'e'",t t h11id b,'eein :illh leio I',, ull,,,t 5l lto, he'l ;IrnIl \as hroun it felw Dr. and Mrs. Nelson. Mr. mll .\IIMrs hlGe 'rge lInt.,, ,'dney Sit nal- l mi l Il" \\'1 hiti \\, ,re 1ue1t'lS St alint l Pa'I' r l (e'lnl t y. 111 111 I- 1 ';. 1. tnd 1Mrs. 11. II. >N tel on I. rs. I.I . il ll ,t their I .-Is. binl g l11t 1 1,n Mrsl . '. l;. Elhmon, Mr :ian rs. of Mr. and M rs. Fr. ancis Mrs. L virh \ ll., inch . 1i : ,s l tilhll ,' M it. I : I I wellen of Plains, and one of the btonny and IitIR oli , ni ti1 ll \lli 1 1 11 Ittallht' tIi il lll l ,i l':.1 .1 l n, 11 1:\ , .\ 1 ll I h11 ' I1 elnr ;!1 l l'Mrs I I t .iiii til uni- ilh t t Ir ll11.'iu ;i II1t'I : I ll : I i \ii )i': Irl ll, l h:; 1 1 t Imman biol Chapter. 'i t , itll li I i' ho illi ' :III ill i lll gi l -tuil "Episcopal Guild. T Son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Le wellen of Plains, and one of the bonny bettor babies of western Montana. nt ulht's' gts it il i lIi I ll ' It ilil4 (arsu I1.i I .iit!nts%' in' i 11 wiihd enli,\ 1 illlll' anld ll :i li l u1 1 1,· , ,aIf \ Itih :t, ihelIlt'iulll Immanuel Chaptor. A t itr i li f i ll, l' i lt i xilhlii t'i i it l I la t ieil 1,, ia thel'r. il'Ilol. ,if E, st' a i t tll itili tll l iitld ill t it llt' htitit ltiil it'>r da. . .Ialtl lyl, it, t the hl e of Ml ut1l Episcopal Guild. Prile iw itlill illn ,;. l tN',ssh li i1' lh( IL dies' gt ild o, Ili. 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