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We believe we have the largest and most
complete assortment of Christmas
packages of candies, and would
be glad to have you look
over our line.
SWEDISH M. E.
Thursdaj e\emng pra\ ermeeting.
Fild.i} evening the Sundav school
teachei-5 A\ ill meet at the hom*1 of
A. P. Biandt. Satin day evening the
King's Me-sengeis ha"\e their meet
ing at the home of J. J. Swenson, 417
Sunda\ mornnii? Sunda\ school a^
ten and the S B. C. at the same
Morning Auti^lnp at ele\en with
seimon by the pastoi.
Kpwoith League pia\eimeeting in
the evening and om legulai e\enm«
sen ice at seven forty-five.
Thmda evening. Deo. 12 he
Ladies' Aid will have the annual sale
in the hiuih. All aie eoidially m
SWEDISH LUTH. BETHEL.
Serviee-5 ne\t Sundav evening at
Midweek seivices next Thui&diy
The Y. S hold's its monthly soe
1.11 next Wednesday evening. See
pioL,iam eKewheie in this papei.
Piaxermeetinj' Tluusday evening.
No morning ^eiviees next Sunday,
but Sunday school at 12 the Bi
ble classes at 7, and evening beiv
ices at 7 A3.
"Samtaleuiode" or a senes of Gos
pel meetings will be held next week,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Seveial nttstois will attend.
You aie coidiall\ invited to attend
OAK PARK M. E.
Special meetings are being held
this week. Eveiy morning at 11 o'
dock and in the evening at 7.30 o'
clock. The meetings will continue
over Sunday Sunday school at the
usual time 10 o'clock. Rev. A. F.sis
Peterson o£ Belgrade and Rev. Theo.
Livingstone of Willmar will be pres
ent. A social will be given on Fri
day afternoon and evening, Dec. 6,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Wicklund. The \isiting minis
ters will be present at the social anl
«peak in connection with the same.
Everybody is cordially invited to
these meetings and social,
Services next Sunday morning at
Ladies' society will meet at Sveu
Carlberg's next Satuiday at two o'
Morning worship and sermon at
10:30 a. m. Subject, "Chust's Fin
Sabbath school at 12 m.
Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:45 ^. m.
Evening preaching service at 7:30|in Mamre.
Midweek prayer service Wedne?
da\ at 7:30 p. m.
All are cordially invited to the ser
vices of this church,
NORWEGIAN LUTH. SYNOD
Next Sunday services with com
munion in the Solomon Lake churci
at 10:30 a. m., Sunday school.
At the Willmar church Sunday
school at 10:30 a. m., and English
evening service at 7:30.
The Ladies' Society here in the
eih meets tomorrow (Thursday) af
ternoon. Refreshments will be serv
ed bv Mrs. Glad, Mrs. Corbin, Mrs.
Rabe and Mrs. Kasten.
The Young People's Bible Class
meets the church basement next
Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
FHiST M. E.
Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school 11:45 a. m.
Epw ortl\ League 6:45 p. m.
Mid-week seivice Thursday night,
Strangers and visitors welcome.
Subjects for next Sunday of special
inteiest to everybody.
The legular meetinc of the AnL
Tubereulo&is society was held Dec.
3 at the Commercial Club rooms.
The minutes of the receding meel
lnu weie read and approved. The fin
ancial lepoit showed a balance
•f2bl in the tieasuiy. Bills for the
month weie allowed.
An mteiesting letter from the fo-
ner visiting nurse was read. The
epoit of the committee previously
ippointed to the public schools was
given showing a thorough interest in
school affairs had been taken.it was
voted to have the report type-writ
ten and presented to the school
It was moved and carried that the
society offer first and second prizes
of $2.00 and $1.00 for the pupils in
the public schools writing the best
essay on "Prevention of Tuberculo
also first and second prizes of
$2.00 and $1.00 for the pupils selling
the greatest number of Christmas
The next regular meeting will be
held Jan. 7, 1913, at which time new
officers will be elected.
It is hoped a larger number of our
citizens will at that time become
members of the society and help to
continue this good work.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
W. K. Straw of this city Monday
evening. Mother and child are do
ing well, and the smokmg editor
acknowledges a pleasant interview
with the happy father.
Elliott Vik returned to St. Paul
Sunday evening to resume his studies
at Macalester College after his
Miss Olga Elkjer spent her
Thanksgiving vacation at her home
Under the Auspices of Willmar Lodge No. 952
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks
At Carlson Bros.' Hall
I Friday Evening, Dec. 20
Millie bv HOLT'S PEERLESS ORCHESTRA
The entire proceeds of the Ball, less actual expenses, will be
devoted to charity, to be distributed in the local community on
Tickets, $1.00. Sale Committees Will Call on You.
I Elks Memorial Service.
Impressive memorial services for
the Willmar Elks who have passed
away were conducted at the Opera
House Sunday afternoon, and was
attended by nearly all the local
members of the order and many
friends. The memorial address was
delivered by Hon. Thomas Davis of
Marshall who paid a glowing tribute
to the principles of fraternalism.
Rev. H. Gates offered the prayer and
benediction.' The decorations were
beautiful yellow chrysanthemums,
and the following musical numbers
were given: Piano solo, Miss Selma
Boyd vocal solo, Sidney Stone vo
cal solo, Miss Lillie Norm duet by
Blanche McNees and Sophus Larson,
accompanied by Miss Thelma Bovd.
The following are the names of the
absent brothers that were solemnly
called from the roll: Fred Rudberg,
died June 29 1905 J. P. Sheridan,
died Apr. 23, 1906 L. J. Crooks died
Apr. 6, 1907 A. C. Eastman died
Apr. 23, 1907 C. H. Colyer died July
28, 1908 Henry E. Cassel died Apr.
4, 1911 J. E. Sherwood died Oct. 22,
1011 W. L. Crosby died Sept. 29,
1908 C. J. Jorgenson died August 6,
Charles Lindner Dead.
Word has been received by Will
mar friends of the sad death of
Charles Lindner, son of Mr and Mrs.
J. L. Lindner of Spokane, Wash.,
which occurred at his home there in
the first part of November, after on
ly three days' illness with pneumonia.
He attained the age of 21 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindner and family
were residents of this citv eight years
ago. Mr. Lindner was engaged in the
cigar business here. Charles visit
ed Willmar a year ago last summer.
He is mourned bv his parents, four
sisters, and one brother.
Last Monday, the home of Mrs. A.
M. Olson at 707 Pacific avenue W.
was the scene of a pretty afternoon
paity, given in honor of the eighty
first birthdav anniversary of Mrs.
Helmer Martinson. The afternoon
was spent socially and an elaborate
luncheon was served in the dining
room, where pink carnations marked
each place. Covers were laid for 12.
In spite of her advanced age Mrs
Martinson is enjoying the best of
Willmar, Minn., Nov. 25, 1912.
Regular meeting of the City Coun
cil with Mayor Welhn the chair.
The following members of the Coun
cil were present on roll call: Mayor
Welhn, Aldermen Johnson, Larson,
Hedin, Anderson, Sperry and Free
berg, 7 absent, Aldermen Erickso I
and Norman, 2 City Attorney Stan
ford was also present.
The minutes of the last regulai
meeting were read and the same wer»
approved. The following bdls weie
on motion referred to the Finance
O. N. Grue, judge of eleetion$
J. E. Maloney, rent of poll
Water & Light Commission,
lamps and carbons for
Aug. Sundhng, labor at
Lais Rasmusson, labor at
Peter Anderson, labor park
John Peterson, labor park.
Aug. Sundhng, labor park.
WATER & LIGHT FUND
Peter Anderson, labor
Lars Rasmusson, labor....
Roy Fowler, labor
C. D. Norton, labor
Axel Melander, labor
R. L. Doyle, labor
Jallmer Pearson, wiring...
Ben Benson, part payment
of water extensions Jessie
St., First St. and Augusta
Adams-Bagnall Elect. Co.,
mdse 28 S3
Co., mdse 24.35
Northwestern Electric E.
Co., mdse 268.17
General Elect. Co., mdse. (4
Western Elect. Co., mdse..
Chas. E. Sanford & Co.,
Westinghouse Elect. & Mfg.
J. H. Wiggins, labor hyd
rant, gate valves, etc..
J. H. Wiggins Co., mdse
The Nye Tool & Machine
The Partridge Lumber Co.,
light poles 127.40
The Kuntz Oil Co., oil 25.^3
F. L. Smith, freight on four
cars coal 247. 6
Great Northern R'y. Co.,
freight on steam boiler,
fittings, etc 48.64
Zenith Furnaee Co., four
cars coal 495.55
Peter Anderson, labor
Lars Rasmusson, labor
Aug. Sundhng, labor
John Peterson, labor
Wm. Oilman, labor with
Carl Johnson, labor with
J. H. Wiggins Co., sewer
PERM. IMP. FUND.
WILLMAR TRIBUNE, WfiMfcfDAY, DECEMBER 4,1912
Xmas Box Stationery 25c to $3.00
Sealing Wax Outfits 25c and 50c
Paper Knives, Initial Seals, Holiday
Napkins and Crepe paper.
Xmas Seals, Tags, Labels, Cards.
White and Colored Tissue Paper for
Congress Playing Cards with the latest
Holly Xmas Boxes—just the thing to
pack your presents in.
Bells and Garlands for decorating.
1912 Diaries 25c to $1.00
Holly and Poinsetta Wrapping Paper,
5c to $1.00
Ladies' Hand Bags in goat seal leather,
calf and mercerized linings at from
75c to $5.00
Ladies' and Men's Purses, Pocket
Books, Passbooks, Card Cases and
Billbooks, at 15c to $2.00
Music rolls and Folders in latest leath
ers and colors at 90c to $3.00
Collar and Cuff Bags at. .$1.00 to $3.00
Chamois Skins at 10c to $1.00
Traveling Toilet Cases, Cigar Cases,
Pipes—Plain and gold banded in nice
cases from $1.00 to $5.00
Waverly Pipes in all designs from
25c to 50c
Cigar Holders 25c to $1.00
Cigar and Tobacco Jars—Ash Trays
and Smokers' Sets.
Forty Odors in Bluk Perfumes
at SOc, 7 5 and Sl.OO
Palmer's—Hilbert's & Willow Per
fumes in thirty different odors at
50c, 75c and $1.00 an ounce.
Pretty and attractive packages of
perfumes in new designs at 25c to
Hilbert's & Wilow, from 35c to
Sachet Powders—10 different odors
at 40c and 50c an ounce.
SEWER BOND FUND.
W. B. Bosworth, rock exca
vation sewer work 65.00
E. Parnell, engineer's ass't. 5.00
The Finance Committee reported
the foregoing bills back approved
and the report was accepted. Ald
erman Anderson offered the following
resolution which was unanimously
Be it resolved bv the City Council
of the City of Willmar that the City
Clerk be and he hereby is authorized
to issue warrants against the res
pective funds in payment of the fore
going approved bills.
Approved November 26, 1912.
E. C. WELLIN, Mayor.
Engineer Rowat was instructed to
check up extra filling charged for by
the sidewalk contractors in their
bills recently filed
The Water and Light Commission
advised that the following resolution
Bridge Whist and Five Hundred, Cards
and Score Books.
Congress Playing Cards, in latest design
backs 50c each
Flinch, Pit, Bunco and Somer
Kodak Albums from 25c to $1.50
Hair Brushes in Ebony and Rosewood
from 25C tO $3.00
Military Hair Brushes.. .$1.50 to $4.00
Clothes and Hat Brushes at 50c to $2.00
Combs, all sizes 10c to 75c
Hand Mirrors in various designs in Eb
ony, Rosewood and Birdseye Maple
at 25c to $3.00
Stand Mirrors in new designs at from
25c to $4.00
Manicure Sets—Brush and Comb Sets—
Shaving Sets—Traveling Sets, Etc.
Moore—Parker and Houston Pens, plain
and with gold, silver or pearl trim
mings, from $1.00 tO $6.00
Gold pens with pearl penholders at$l.50
had been adopted by the said Board
at a meeting held November 25, 1912.
"Resolved that one vaccum pump
of proper size be installed in the pow
er house, that oneback pressure valve
of proper size be installed in the ex
haust steam pipe and that a proper
sized exhaust steam pipe be connect
ed to the present exhaust pipe, and
laid along the following route with
proper covering and with proper re
turn pipe and necessary man holes
from the power house out into Litch
field avenue, thence east along Litch
field avenue to the corner of said
Litchfield avenue and Fifth streei,
and thence south along Fifth street
to a point near the corner of Fifth
street and Becker avenue, the same
to be used to supply exhaust steam
for heating purposes."
Messrs. Qvale and Estrem from the
Library Board addressed the Coun
cil about the installation of the pur
posed new heating system.
Early Holiday Shopping will enable you to shop in comfort
and you will have better selection from the best and newest things—as they are apt to
go first. Make your selection now and save yourself the rush and crowding
which always occur just before CHRISTMAS.
Fire Engines, Hose Carts, Dray Wagons, Patrol Wagons,
Automobiles, Trains and Cars, Banks, Stoves, Coffee Mills,
Sad Irons, Whistles and Horns, Mechanical Toys, Drums
in all sizes, Tool Chests, Magic Lanterns, Horses, Blocks of
all kinds, Ten Pins, Go-Garts, Doll Buggies and Sleds, Etc.
Checkers and Dominoes in Wood also
Big line of Games for Children at
5c, 10c and 25c
Stencils, Painting and Drawing outfits
from |0c to 25C
Chess India—Ring Toss—Crazy Trav
eler^—Lotto, etc., in endless "\arieties.
POST CARDS AND ALBUMS
Ten thousand Christmas and Holiday
Post Cards at I cent 2 for 5c and
Past Card Albums—Albums holding 100
to 300 cards, paper covers 25c
Albums holding from 200 to 300 cards,
cloth cover, from 35c to 50c
Nice, fancy Albums, cloth covers, hold
ing from 200 to 500 cards, from
50c to $2.00
A S O N O S Druggists and Stationers
Alderman Freeberg offered the
following resolution which was un
animously adopted by the Council.
Resolved, That the action of theand
Water & Light Commission in deter
mining upon the installation of one
vacuum pump of proper size in the
power house, the installation of one
back pressure valve of proper size in
the exhaust steam pipe, and the lay
ing of exhaust steam pipes after con*
nection with the present exhaustpipe,
together with proper covering, man
holes and return pipe, along the fol
lowing route: from the power house
out into Litchfield avenue, thence
east along Litchfield avenue to theto
corner of said Litchfield avenua and
Fifth street, and thence south along
Fifth street to a point near the cor*
ner of Fifth street and Becker ave
nue, for the purpose of supplying ex
haust steam for heating purposes, be
and the same is hereby approved.
Resolved, further, That the Water
Johnston's Milwaukee Candies in nice
Extraordinary Chocolates $1.00
Trio Chocolates 80c
Dutch Bitter Sweet 40c and 80c
Swiss Milk Chocolates 35c and 65c
Chocolates and Bon Bons at from
25c, 35c, 50c and 65c
Bulk chocolates at 40c a lb.
Pipe racks in Novelties for the "Man's"
Den 25C tO $2.00
Gold Photograph Frames, from
25c to $1.50
Safety Razors and regular razors
from $1.00 tO $5.00
Shaving Sets $1.00 to $4.00
Photograph Albums with Celluloi Cov
ers and Plush Backs...75c to $8.50
Fancy Decorated China in Odd Plates—
Salad Bowls—Cups aiad Saucers—
Tea Sets—Chocolate Sets—Sugar
and Cream Sets—Nut Sets—Hair
Receivers and Powder Boxes—Salt
and Pepper Shakers.
Hand painted China in many pretty de
signs at popular prices.
Vases and Brie a Brae in odd pieces.
Stand Lamps and Hanging Lamps at
$1.25 to $10.00
Electric Table Lamps.. .$5.00 to $15.00
Souvenir China with Wdlmar Scenes
from IOC tO 50C
CIGARS—IN NICE BOXES
For Holiday Gifts.
12—5-cent Cigars $0.50
25—5-cent Cigars 1.00
50—5-cent Cigars 2.00
12—10-cent Cigars 1.00
25—10-cent Cigars 2.00
50—10-cent Cigars $3.50 to $4.00
& Light Commission, together wit'i
the City Engineer and such expert
they may desire to consult, are here
by requested to prepare proper plans
specifications for the said in
stallation and extension, and to sub
mit the same to the Council.
Approved November 26th, 1912.
E. WELLIN, Mayor.
Alfred Bergeson and Parson
appeared and spoke about construct
ing a sewer on Jessie street. The
matter was carried over.
J. H. Wiggins was present and in
quired about if change were to beRules
made in the heating plant for the new
Fire Hall. The matter was referred
the Building Committee.
The matter of improving the
plumbing in the lock-up was referred
to the Finance Committee.
An annropriation of $95 was au
thorized for improving the southwest
road, along the section line, leading
into the city.
It was ordered that the estimate
New copyright Books $1.25 to $1.50
Big lot 75c popular copyrights, spec
ial at 50c
200 Books for Boys and Girls by South
worth, Alger, Henty a Optic
Boy Scout Books from 25c to 40c
Fancy Books in Beautiful Leather Bind
ings at 60c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
100 Small Gift Books by Standard Au
thors at 25c to 50c
Bibles, Testaments and Psalm Books in
English, Swedish and Norwegian, in
limp leather bindings at 50c to $3.50
Metal and Wood Book Racks, Necktie
Backs, Jewelry Cases, Ink Stands,
Candle Sticks, Ash Trays, Smoking
Stands, etc. Cuff and Collar Boxes,
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Work
Boxes, Manicure Sets, Brush and
Comb Sets, Manicure and Embroid
ery Scissors, Reading Glasses, Etc.
WOOD TO BURN
Pyrography Outfits at. .$1.50 to $3.00
Wood to burn in all designs. Necktie
and Towel Racks, Book Racks, Pipe
Racks, Key Racks, Baskets, Tabor
ettes, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Hand
kerchief Boxes, Necktie Boxes,
Whisk-broom Holders, Mirrors, Pho
to Frames, Nut Bowls, Mateh Hold
ers Placques—Oval, Round, Square
and Oblong, from 5c to 75c
Pyrography Bulbs 75c to $1.00
Pyrography Needles.. .$1.00 and $1.50
Benzine, Denatured Alcohol, Varnish,
DRESSED DOLLS IN BOXES
2 5 to $ 4 0 0
Kid Bodies. 25c to $4.00
China Dolls I to 75c
Doll Shoes, Stockings, Arms, etc.
Doll Buggies 50c to $2.50
Doll Heads 5c to $125
Rubber Dolls 10c to 50c
Doll Cradles, Doll Houses, Ironing
Boards, Bureaus, Pianos, Wash
allowed contractor on water main
extensions should not be paid until
his bond was filed and approved.
The assessment roll for building
sidewalks for season of 1912 was
presented. The same was approved
by the Council and was ordered cer
tified to the County Auditor.
Moved and seconded that the ordi
nance entitled "An ordinance amend
ing Section 3 of Ordinance No. 100,
entitled, "An Ordinance relating to
the Sewers of the City of Willmar
and Establishing Fees or Charges and
and Regulations for the Tap
ping or Connecting Therewith, and
Providing Penalties' for the 'Viola
tion Thereof," be given its second
reading. Carried. The said Ordinance
was then read. 1* "|g
On motion the Council adjourned
to Monday evening, Dec. 2, 1912, at
8 o'clock. i|
E. C. WELLIN, Mayors
Attest: HANS GUNDERSON,
City Clerk. -. _-%*