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WATERTOWN GIRL IS MARRIED TO BOSTON MAN. On Monday evening, Dec. 5, 1910 at the pleasant home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Whistler well known and highly respected resi dents of Watertown, occurred the marriage of their daughter, Ruth Merle to DeWitt Clinton Jane, of Boston, Mass., Rev. David C. Beatty, rector of the Trinity Episcopal church officiat ing. As the beautiful strains of th weding march, rendered by Miss Bora Addison, floated through the' rooms, Rev. Mr. Beatty and the groom' entered the parlor, followed by the ring-bearer, Master Glen Miller. Nex came the maid of honor, Miss Ella Mil ler, gowned in white meBsaline ove white silk, and carrying a bouquet Bridesmaid roses. Then the bride, on the arm of her father. The bride was most becomingly at tired in an exquisite white messalin gown, elaborately trimmted with pearls and hand run chantilly lace. Her long veil reaching to the floor was caught in he hair by a tiara of lilies-of-the-val ley, and she caried a shower bouquet of Bride roses and lilies-of-the-valley The ceremony was most impressive and beautiful. Congratulations followed with merry jest and cheerful conversation. An elegant two course luncheon was serv ed and after expressing sincere wish es for the happiness and prosperity of the newiy wedded couple the guests departed, leaving many valu able gifts as tokens of their good will Tttfeobride is one of Watertown's most charming and accomplished youn# women. She waB born and rais ed in this city where she is honored and respected by every one who has the good fortune of her acquaintance The groom is a stranger in Watertown but judging from what the bride is worthy of, he is a good and noble young man. The groom is govern ment inspector of army supplies with headquarters at Boston where the young couple will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Jane departed on the M. & St. L. train Monday evening and will go direct to Boston. REV. A. B. KEELER IS RETAINED A THIRD YEAR. It will be very gratifying news to the many friends of Rev. A. B. Keeler, the popular pastor of the Congrega gational church of Watertown to learn that he will remain in Watertown for at least another year. Highly endorsing the good work ac complished by Rev. A. B. Keeler aa| pastor of the First Congregational church of this city, the members ol that organization at the annual. meet-' ing held at the church last evening' extended a call to Rev. Mr. Keeler to' return for the third year. The call was accepted. The church was filled at this an 5 nual meeting. The completion of ar rangements With the pastor for the coming year was- the principal busi ness, but other church matters were brought up and discussed. A splen did spirit prevailed, and the enthusi asm' shown for the coming year's work was flattering. DEGREE OF HONOR LODGE ELECTS OFFICERS. At the meeting of the Degree of Honor Monday evening an election of officers for the ensuing term resulted as folows: Chief of honor, Mrs. Carrie Rowe lady of honor, Miss Madona Brickell chief of ceremonies, Mrs. Anna Davi son recorder, Mrs. Cora Johnson financier, Mrs. Mary Klinge receiver Mrs. Mattie Waddell usher, Mrs. Edith Adler inside watch, Miss Lula Gould outside watch, G. A. Skinner trustee, Alex Davison delegate to grand lodge, Mrs. JeBsie Davison al ternate, Mrs. Anna Thompson physi clans, Drs. Kriesel and Barton. MUNICIPAL COURT DECEMBER TERM. The following is the municipal court calend&r for the December term Civil Case*, Trial by Court. Howard FarweU and Co. vs. Her man A. Holden. J. D. Idzai vs. Pefcjfc G- Jorgensori Case ajjifl. £3, Kneedy. Cloil CWM, plat by CTourt. ^etf Machine Co vsj C. H. Les ter. "-=t" Henry A. Han ten, vs. A. H. Sluman •/Thomas A. Way vs. William Lloyd Davis. O. C. Sorenson vs. L. C. Osheim. H. D. Eagle vb. Oral Winberg. Roy Richardson, a minor, vs. Oral Winebarg. Fred Holtzkamp vs. W. E. Leahy. Charles Schull'vs. School District No. 2. The calendar wil be called at 10 o'clock a. m., December 6, 1910. Jury will be called for 9 o'clock a. m., Wednesday, December 7,1910. WHITE W.OMAN FOUND DRUNK.,. are using Photos for Xmas. •. Nothing is morfe' appreciated as a, present by relatives and friends. If you want to use Photos this Xnjas do ..not -delay ~'tS but sit at. once at HORSWILL'S STUDIO 113 SOUTH OAK STREET ^WITH COLORED MAN- John Colston, the colored pdrter at William Murphy'c barber shop on south Oak street was arrested togeth er with a white woman who gave the name of Olga Hanson, in the barbar shop last Monday evening. The police arrested them and landed them in the city jail and the colored man was fin ed $25 for disorderly conduct and or dered to leave the city. The woman was fined $20 or twenty days in jail and will probably serve the time out in the city bastile. It is said that the colored man offered to pay the un fortunate woman's fine but the court would not accept it The county commissioners are session this week. MORE PEOPLE EACH YEAR Trf V,4sV •fort li YOUNG CRABB PLEADS GUILTY in i- V*V 4,. fv 7 .Vi'.V-' o- "S The jury in the Clarence Crabb high way robbery case tailed to agree on a verdict after being out for more than twenty-four hours. We under stand that the jury stood ten for con' viction and two for acquital. Later young Crabb came into court and pleaded guilty to the charge as charged in the indictment and was sentenced to the state reform school at Plankington tor a period of three years or until he is of age. Rawley Allcott, the other boy who was found guilty of being implicated in the same case and who was found guilty by a jury was also sentenced to the reform school until he is of age which will give both boys a three year's term In that institution. "f 1 :S-i .'.-'-fx, »3JiK!.vSX 1• JUDGE MARQUIS REFUSES TO DISSOLVE INJUNCTION. Hamlin county people were numer ous in Watertown last Saturday, the occasion being the county seat case before the judge of the circuit court. The hearing of the injunction pro ceedings in the case of M. .Straight, representing the to\vn of Castlewood, against the county Commissioners, representing, the town of Hayti, was held in circuit court Saturday. The town of Hayti claimed the re quisite number of votes at the^ast election to entitle it to the county sffat. M. L. Straight, representing the town ot Castlewood, sued out on. in junction regaining Hayti from r% pMyij^K^M^ouiity records to th$fc place. At the hearingf|Saturd ay Joe Kirby Sioux Falls made the opening ar gument representing the town of Hay ti. He was associated in the case with Attorneys John B. Han ten of this city anjg M. 3. Liebenstein of Esteillne. M. hy Straight, representing the town of Castlewood, was represented by Philo Hall, of Brookings, M. J. Russel and W. M. Skinner, both of Castlewood. The motion to dissolve the injunc tion made by the town of Hayti was refused by Judge Marquis and .the le gal status of the proceedings leaves the injunction intact. As the injunction was fought in or der to secure a recount of the ballots and restraining the removal of the records in the' meantime, such ire count will in all probability be made GOOD VALUE We get the custom of PEOPLE WHO KNOW what the best is and won't take anything else. It it a pretty good rale to follow die leadership of critical, discriminating people, and if yon will keep an eye open yon will see this is the place where they come for Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. THE MAN WITH THE DIAMOND the man with the collateral. He is the man who can always obtain ready money. In buying diamond* of as yon can arrange a credit account making monthly payments, aid save as sys tematically as at a savings bank. Yon have the satisfaction of ownership, and yon are making sn investment on which yon can get cash any time. See HaibkatV Diamonds before yon fc»y. at: #e next meeting of the county codtpisisoners of Hamlin county, the result of which will doubtless halve muchto do with the-settlement of the case. ...a**?*.: m— The best sewSai macuine is a good wife and we don't care whether she has-'vthe lock-stitch felling and tuck ing patents attached to her so that sne runs easy, works noiselessly and con make a shirt that will not fit her husband llke a paper bag on a Cork screw. M, 9 $ WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAJKOTA/FBTDAY,. DECEMBER 9, 1910. $1.60 FEB YEAB Cravats, ... 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