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VOLUME XLIL-NO. 35.
CIRCUIT COURT IS IN SESSION- June Term Calendar is Rather a Long One. COURT WAS OPENED ON TUESDAY • Important Litigation Will Likeh Re Decided. CASES FOR THE COURT AND THE JURY. The Session Will likeh last all ot Four Weeks and Mat Be Even a l onger Period. The circuit court of Manitowoc coun ty for the June term opened on Tuesdav with a fairly large calendar. The fol lowing art the canes which will be dis posed of; FACT FO’i JUKT. Peter v * VVtVwle Onstftd & Honnen 1 u uoyu J. P. Watt as aitm vs FdltaiShe|ioi *>r a. Scheninn A; Kelley rpo R-vollnskr, an in- v Adams (. oa>,* a fant tw Ws guardian ration •tssesssf* .>*>• O'Connor, Haiumel A Vr.ody Ve Vnndvke Schmitz Hint A l attn Schmitz A R.trkc Frank Nnvoratsky a v. Ephdiany Delbelc Bm-S* tndonpek Schinttr A Burke Win Kellner vs.' hn< linerctn O’Onnor. Hamu -l & N.i-n * as,i Sclimitz. Henry Kl,*■ W vs Ahraham H-hwarte Nash & Nash “ ‘■’ <t * Hong.'*., Philip Meyer Cos. vs ki' 1 ' Francis William- Nash A Na.tli Ira Stehn vs FmlT. mmsrl^y F. W Dieke 11,1,1 ,v •' ' Friedrich Zarnoth vs Town of hoeidm’d Healv A Joyce NashVt N .sh Kelley Markh'm A Markham Julius H.C. Burr tat to v- cay ' , fMauh.ov;.r Sedgwick. Sedgwick A o ** K ' • > Schmidt FACT FOK COCKT Elizalieth K ai]iferet al vs Kudolph Bischoll Fred W I)i-ke and et al Behenian A Kelley N ,l > * >n '’ h I* T Pierce vs The County of 1 ’ rlcr Manitowoc Markham A- Markham A L H> iigeti Katie Ca n 11 VS James Carroll H. limit z tV Burke \ Herman Vinrt vs * arl Heekirr et al Nash A Nash Schmitz A But ke P 1 Pitn • vs Tin* Comity of * J 11 ‘ Manitowoc Markham A Markliaiu A L House n Charles Reynolds vs 1 m'l■ k'vsusl! J E Wild; !i Alt Krause Caroline Seaiumtm vs County of die liovpnn Frank D. unison V jI b” wl.V^ Mary Times vs Ole ITmes Sedgwick. Sedgwick * Schmidt ( - A Forrest John Franz vs Otto Mei'erscliujidt t*t al Schmitz, Burke A Craite John Stasuy vs Ma: y Stasnv Default Baenaeh A Clilonnek Cyriak Stahl vs Richard Christ -1 Default G. A. Forrest John J Klein vs Tim C.;itnty „f Manitowoc Markham * Markham A 1. Uonm-u Mary Ann Sheehan et al vs John Roland Banach A Kelley Josephine Hasmer vs Ueorge Ilasmer Default S hiaitz, Burke A (Iraite Sedgwick. Scd*- Wiek & Schmidt Louis Kasliaum vs Lizctte Kasluunu Default Schmitz, Burke A Craite LAW AND FACT FOR COURT. Stephen Szi zepanski vs Cutherino Szezep anski Divorce C. Oonskl Schmitz A Burke Henrv Pultliaupt vs Frank Olompskv G A Forrest Bat*nsell A ( hloupek William FUnsky vs John Scgradnik Application to Court for Jud^meiit. G A Forrest J G Lehmkuhl vs Morriss Reiss et al Application to Court for Judgment. G A Forrest CRIMINAL CASES, State of Wisconsin vs Otto Knuds.m Bastardy A L. Hougen Dist. Atty. State of Wisconsin vs George Ferris Kohhery A. L. Hougen. Dist Atty. Sedgwick. Sedg wick A Schmidt State of Wisconsin vs Arthur Paulsien Bui giury A. L. Hougen. Dist. Atty. Sedgwick, Sedg wick A Schmidt State of Wisconsin vs Frank Plotke Abandoning Family. A. L. Hougen, Dist. Atty. Hcaly A Joyce State of Wisconsin vs Peter Rocky Burglary A. L. Hougen. Dist, Atty. Sedgwick. Sedg wick A Schmidt The following jury was drawn: John Strouf. Gibbon; Frank Jagodinski, Man itowoc city; F. A. Rodewald. Newton! J. C. Mueller, Kiel village; Jos. S. Kline George Dicke, Two Rivers: Max Pichter, city; Bernard Wilkins, Two Rivers; Chas. Rabat, Maple Grove; Michael Doolan. Franklin; IraStehn, Twoßivers; Even Tollefson, city; Henry Stoll, Schles wig; Win. Ahearn, Two Rivers; Christ Neuman, city; Chas. Kierst, Two Rivers Olaf Sundeberg. Eaton; Joseph Van da, Gibson: George Cooper, city; Wm. Bernike. Centerville: Frank Gehbe. Ca to: John Guidinger, Newton; Frank Hesstd. Kossuth; Ole G. Windingstadt, Eaton. Henry Lehmkuhl. Newton; Fred Woodcock. Rockland; W. J. Wreith. Two Rivera, Frank Mrutek, city; Sam Randolph, Jr,, city; Henry Meggers Schleswig; Thomas Hallada. Mishicot; Henry Goodjen, Jr., Two Rivers; Conrad Kielstueier, Centerville, August Wagner, Mishicot. THE MANITOWOC PILOT. TIM KEEHAN OF MAPLE GROVE WILL LOCATE IN OKLAHOMA. Timothy Keehan of staple Grove has just returned from Oklahoma, where he went to investigate the farming con ditions of that country. He te enthu siastic over the land and what it is able to accomplish in the wa; of profits for the farmer. He says it is a fine wheat and corn country and for other cereals and as for grazing purposes it is un equalled. He praises the water, saying while it is hardly so good as in Wiscon sin. y-'t it is admirable anyway. Mr. Keehan is so in love with Oklaho ma that he intends to give up his present farm in Maple Grove and he will move his family out to the territory. He says thousands of Eastern men are out there now awaiting the opening of Kiote reservation. HENRY WATTERiON ON SEVERAL QUiISTiONS OF POLITIC VL SIGNIFICANCE. Henry Wattersoe di-*cn sing the Till man-McLaurin squabole in South C aro lina and Mr. Bryan says: ‘ Tiie glove whic h Senator McLamin has thrown down seems tome somewhat soiled by contamination. A 1 ntidsr staud it. the senator favor- 1 a chaug- • of Democratic policy with respect to the tariff, vch.mtivi - >npp- rt of r!r- admini stration's e ilomal policy in advance, ac cepts favors in the form of patronage fr< in the president, and proposes to vote for ;■ Ship Snbsidv bill notoriously de sign* I to liquidate certain Republican campaign obligations. Gn these lines 1 think Mr. McLanrin will find himself befoic* the campaign isendedpracticilly without a Democratic following in Boi,t!. Carolina •‘The dispute between Mr. Bryan and myself is inside Democratic alignment, and relates solely to tin- question ot ac cepting accomplished facts and of lining up in 1904 upon a platform whic h shall be constructed to meet the exigencies of the time instead of or.ee again investing our ail upon the twice-beaten platform, made up largely of discredited theories and dea l or dying issues. ‘‘Mas. a great party three years in ad vance of its next national convention -us pend all effort to strengthen its lines, deny itself anv and every opportunity to take advantage of such circumstances as may come to it. and to submit nure serv. dly and absolutely to the word as it issues from Bryan's tongue or pen? I cannot believe it as yet. I confess that I would rather fight with Mr. Bryan than against him, and shall have more to regret than to resent in the event that he pursues the hue laid down in his re cent Nevada speech—resolved if ho can not rule to ruin the party which has so honored and trusted him. “There are millions of Democrats who. though not of his way of thinking, have yet followed him through two disa-tn ns presidential campaigns. Imping against hope, but brave and loyal to the end. There are hundreds and thousands who could not follow him in ISilii who yet accepted his candidacy in 19m) because they were Democrats and not Republi cans. and believed him an honest man. On the line of those disastrous cam paigns these will follow him no further than their judgment conceives to be wise and prudent. Nor should he ask, or expect them to do so. "Anew platform and anew leader. The old ones are shopworn. No one of them can get more votes than Mr. Bryan. Some Tilden must come to the front in some of the determinate states, commanding, as Tilden did, the means to set a national ticket in the field, and abb? to divide, if not to command, the independent vote.” \ SOME NEW BABIES IN TOWN. Mr. and Mr-. John Timm, Thirteenth street, rejoice in the birth if a sou and heir. * MARRIAGE LICENSES. Martin L, Kvitek of Cooperstown to Anna Albrecht of Cooperstown Edw P. fvnssy of Milwaukee to Annie Zeicher of Manitowoc. Fred Messm in of Two Creeks to Ida Gierke of Two Creeks. George Ferris of Manitowoc to Grace Hnffner of Manitowoc. Felix Heinrichs of Rapids to Francis Lemlterger of Cato. Frank Klabatz of Cato to Mary Zarn burek of Franklin. Peter Clemens, Jr. of St. Nazianz to Anna Head of Eaton. Jos. Dvoracheck of Maple Grove to Francis Buricb of Rockland. Adelbert Schmidt of Manitowoc to Daisie Fulton of Manitowoc. MUSICAL EVENT AT KIEL VILLAGE. Saengerlnnid Mill Be Held June 22 and 2J. ALL PREPARATIONS ARE NOW MADE. The Chorus Will Number Upward., of 500. ESTIMATE AN ATTENDANCE OE 5,000 The Village is Making Arrangements to Feed and House All Mho Attend the Fcst. The arrangements are now practically complete for the which is to be held in the village of Kie3 June and C Prof. Kaiser who has just beer, to Kiel informs The Pilot that the festreal will be on of the finest ever held in this section vjf the country, that fuF. ■ duo men will particijtate in the idioms and they will render some ad mirable numbers. The entire musical end of the Saeug •rl r.ud wi.l is; in charge of Prof. Kaiser and ,• s he is an accomplished musician the concert should i* a sncces.-, in every par ticular. Kiel village is making preparations to accttaodatefrom J.OWv > 4,000 people who will likely be present to bear the sing ing. Tents and other accomodations will lie provided for those who wish to remain two days. Then • ..'ill be ample refreshments for hungry and thirsty ones. EITHER.AN BENEVOL ENT SOCIETY HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of tii Luther,a.. Benevolent society was held Monday evening and reports of officers were read showing a pr- sper-ms year for the the society. The election of officers re sulted as follows. President Henry Kausier. V President—Chris. Ludwig. F Secretary —Emil Stahl Cor. Sec'y.—Chas. Haase. Treasurer - AA 7 m. GMuoll. Trustee foi three years Then, | Schmidtman. Sr. COST OF MATERIAL AND HARBOR STOP A GOOD DEAL OF WORK. Owing to the fact that the Masons' wages have reached s I per day a number of projected buildings which would have gone tip this year have been can celled. It is understood that one firm had drawn plans for extensive improve ments and the estimate last season was! ipiU.OOO and it was agreed to go ahead this spring. Cost of labor and material l have so risen in price that the same work was figured at *fis,uuu. The job xvas called off. SOME COUNTY MEN WHO WERE SEEN IN THE I CITY THIS WEEK. F. F Stclliug of Reedsviile was in the citv. Mr. Goeck of St. Nrziaus was in the citv. Gns. Hirst of Two Rivers was in town yesterday. W. C. Maertz ot Maple Grove is in ! town to day. Jos. Schuber of Greenstreet was a welcome caller at the Pilot office Wed nesday. W. J. Wrielh of Two Rivers was in j the city Tuesday and successfully ap plied exemption from jury duty. Stripped Mis Schooner Copt. Fred Knop has returned from Two Creeks, where he stripped his schooner. Little! Georgie. recently wrecked flier**. lb has purchased Peter Weber'V place on South Eighth street. Resigns His Position Will Vande grift has resigned his position with the North-Western Railway company. Thomas Mohr Resigns -Thomas Mohr has resigned as chairman of the town of Kossuth and J. C. Spencer was appointed in his place. Mr. Mohr was I a popular member of the county board and bis resignation came as a surprise. - Mr. Spencer has been a member of the county board before. Mr Rudie Goes to Milwaukee K Rudie who has been lumber inspector for the Manitowoc Seating company for ( the past seven years ha- resigned and ac- 1 cepted a lik<* position at Milwaukee with : the John Schroeder Lnfaher Cos. He I will soon remove to Milwaukee with his; family. I MANITOWOC, WIS., JUNE 6, 1901. JUDGE ANDERSON COMES IN TOR A SCORF.ING TOR PARTISAN ADDRESS. The Mem trial Day address at A upleton was delivered by Judge Audi is. u and while it eloquent yet it evidently was nor appreciated if the following para graph taken from the Appleton ('resent indicate-t lie popular sentiment. "He delivered a very able address on the sig nificance of Memorial Day. the men and deeds thus honored, together with eulogy ; of the volunteer soldiers of the civil war, the Spanish American war, and all oth -1 er soldiers who have served their t nut try. His address on these lines was elo quent and just, and had it ended with | this would have been evidently satis i factory to the audience, j "Unfortunately. Judge Amici or, felt 1 impelled to add some political talk in . which he wrangled the field of iiar.oti.il f politics to - ime extent,but moo particu , larlv devoted his attention to state af i fairs, men and i:;oasnve. In view of >f i-he fact that the andienc* was com josfd of people of all shades ot political opinion, and that there are three him I dved aud-sixty-fonr days in the year to j talk politics, but only one to honor dead ! soldiers, the latter portion of tie'address i mdi ' CHICAGO AND NORTH WESTERN RUNS AN EX CURSION ON SUNDAY. The Chicago & Northwestern li.ol way c mpany will mu an excursion I train on Sunday next to Milwaukee, the price. l being $1.50. The train will leave Two Rivers at 7.50 o'clock A M , and Manitowoc at 8.1(1 and Newton at 5.33. it will return from Milwaukee the same evening at 8 o’clock. MOVEMENT OF PERSONS T<? AND FROM MANITOWOC. (). car J. Meyer is in Chicago ek'org ■ Nelson was in Madi- ’ii. N. N Windingstad was in Cine igo. Prof. C. C. Olson was in Milwaukee. J '-i ph Miller spent a day in !v ;ai A. C. Miller returned from Mem, hi , Tenu. Chief Pierce lias return . rom New York. J Ruben Willott was in Madison last week. Chas. F. Schuetze went to Chicago on business. Herman Olp visited Kaukauua friends and relative-. H. C. Hanford took a trip through the Fox river valley Fred Kit/erow is home from Chiceg' to see his parents. Frank Jones has gone north on a weeks' fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph liorcherdt of Kaukaima were in the city. Fiank Kretche and Will Vandegvift were on a fishing .jaunt Monday. George De Lair lias returned home after an absence of several months. John Phalen came up from Chicago to spend a day with his family this week. W. A. Walker was here on Sunday from Milwaukee. He spent the day with M. H. Murphy. Dr. Timothy Egan was down from • Sturgeon Bay to sj.i nd Sunday with relatives and friends. , R. E. Peterik. auxiliary member of the state Board of Control, was in the city last Wednesday night Fred Hinrichs was at the Buffalo ex-1 position. He is now stopping at the Fountain House, Mt. Clements. Drs. Pritchard and Currens were in St. Paul attending the eonvention of the American Medical association. Sydney T. Pratt and Clement Murphy will visit the Pan American exposition. They left over the F. A P. M., line last night. To Improve Jail Tin- County board improvement committee consisting of supervisors, J. J. Schroeder of Two Riv el's; W. J, Guet/.loe of Kiel; G’lstav Mueller, city; Chas. Piuger of Franklin, and Christ Muth of Manitowoc, have decided to make a number of improve ments in the jail and sheriff's residence. Anew carpet will be purchased for the front parlor and the plumbing system of the jail, wnich greatly needs repair, will be overhauled. Miss Smith a Graduate Graduating exercises for th class of YMU, Cumnock School of Oratory, Northwestern Uni versity, Evanston, 111., were helaThurs day evening and forty-three students re ceived diplomas, among the number Ic ing Miss Rose Eleanor Smith, of this city. Subscribe for The Pilot. DERBY ll VY A GREAT SUCCESS. One Hundred Gaih Decorated Riffs in Line. RACING WAS AUSPICIOUSLY OPENED- Some Y’ery Good Time Was Made on the Track. EVERYONE FELLS fROLI) 0E TIIE EVENT. Manitowoc RiJ ll: g and Driting Club I'milincs Similar Organizations in Hr State. Derby Day has come and goiv- and the verdict of the community is that it was so cessfnl in every particular. Between 2 and li o’clock on Tuesday afternoon dark dond*s hov red overhead and tli**\ sf'ined to thmxiten bad weather, but 1 . tuiiatdv what rain came caus***l only a passing shower. f*r as the clouds r. ile-1 past they opened the way for the ; -nn which beamed brightly. The day was opened with a proces !'km. which forme I at Alardiall and - Tenth strvH'ls, and h**aded by a platoon '■f police and the Acme band u hundred 1 Killing and Diving club members ac.ompauied iyy la'antifnlly gowned ladies rod** in grily decorated rigs to the Fair grounds. The turnout was ind**c*l elegont and public spirited. There x\ an i.,:<<!, ~bont tin* who!** that gave charm to the occasion and made the memlKTs of i i** club feel proud, not alone of the organization bnt of Maui towoe As me man put it Not a city in tiie state could show a tin. r dis play au*l I will not **xclnde Milwanke* This may la* putting it a little -arung but 1* caj patriotism was rife am) i had every riglif t * in*. Jbe rigs looked sjiik and span the horses wen- groomed and com bed and they looked resplendent in lln* sunlight. All the harnesses w*r*> sinned ami brasses polished, even the bits and curs were burnished to add lustre to the general effect. ! he races, too, were above the average ot the matinees. Some good time was made ami altogether a most auspicious -eastin was presaged. The following | are the rcsidl ; Class a. Heat t. Lydia H. i i Alvena 2 Time 1 bit. Heat 2. Alveiia i Lydia S 2 Time 1:114. Heat fi. Dead Heat. Time I 12. Heat 1 : Alvena 1 | Lydia H. 2 Time 1:10. Class 0. Heat 1. j Sarah Sheldon I Levana 2 Lady fi Time 1 ;!,*. Heat 2. Levana l Sarah Sheldon 2 Lady Time 1 .bib Heat fi. Levana 1 I Sarah Sheldon 2 Lady :t j Time 1 13. Class (’. Heat I. Patsy l Gipsy Maid 2 Sleepy-John 8 Jennie C. 4 Time 1:31. Heat 2 Pat-y i Gipsy Maid 2 i Sleepy John 8 ■ Jennie C. 4 Time 1 ;84. Christian Science. The Christian Science society holds service Sunday at 10:30 A. M and 7 (.* P.M. Subject for next Sunday’s lesson is ■Sacrament.’ Sunday school meets at 11 45. Wednesday evening service at S o'clock. Reading room is open Tuesday 1 and Thursday from 2totP. M. Frazier hall. York street between Seventh and Eighth. All are invited Child Drank Arsenic The infant of Mrs. Joseph Schultz, South Twentieth street was given arsenic by mistake. The baby’s life, however, was saved. Half a loaf is better than a whole * loafer. NEW ELKS HALL WILL BE LARGE AND yiHF: ELEGANT. The new Elks hall in the Denipsy building will be. comfortable and ccunod ions. The rooms are on the second floor and they have Vice a completely remodel ed. A dance hall is arranged ami sev eral rooun previously fitted up for cab purposes will ills.* be devoted t< the ns of mem 1 sirs of the lodge. Tin furnish i ings of t.he rooms are handsome am' somewhat elaborate. Painters and d*- ! curators will r* nnmence work the firs lof next week, carpenters having finish ! <*d th**re lalvrrs. The rooms when occupied by the lodge an* to be i p n at all time- MASONS GIVE ANNUAL PICNIC AT SILVER CREEK. The Masons union and other labor or ganization gave a picnic at Silver Cn ek junk Sunday. Excursions were run in to the city from surrounding places and over s* vciF Imndered outsiders availed themselves of the opportunity to attend i tin* picnic A parade was formed at 12: ; fid and over 800 union nn n were in lint addresses were made by deputy organiz ler Frank J. Weber, of the Wisconsin Federation of Labor, of Milwaukee and several other- An enjoyable day was had by all who participated. MEMBERS AND OFFI CERS OF FIRST WARD UR ADIATINU CLASS. The First ward graduating day has been set for June 21 Preparations for the exercises arc being pushed rapidly forward The twelve students graduat ing arc Misses L.-ila I Vch<*r Mae Wcinz -chonk. Elsa I.iibioann. Harriet Bleser. and Lizzie Eri-iiiuu; am! John Hollorun. Max Stanss. Max Im-gi I, Matt Jorsch. Peter Heine. Hubert Schmidt, and ('lias. 1 Saudi. r J In* class officers have l*eji chosen as follows: I’ivsiiieiit Max Stanss. Oratot Max Biegel Prophet John H'>lli>ran. Valedictorian Mi-- El-a Eiihi.iann Historian Leila Feebler. Poet t lia,-. Haneli. TIIE PILOT INSTALLS IW 0 SPLENDID JOB PRESSES. Th*‘ Pilot has Just put in two job presses the best on fin market, on** a Colts' Armory press, and the other a IVerlc- pr* s This office is now equipped to handle tin* finest kind of print- 1 ing. tin* median. * department being nn* xcdle 1 in tiiis section of the country, j I'ln presses will be at work t lay and those interested in tln* printer's art will | be welcome if they call at the office Deaths of a Week. Wenzt 1 Keindl, an old resident of Kelliit-rsville, died Thursday morning, it the age of 5s years. He was ill for a long time. He had made his home at Kellnersville for many years and was! w -11 known and highly respected. Mrs. Marit Tos’ensmi died at her home at Tenth and Huron street of consump tion. The deceased was K 4 years of age and had been a resident of this city f >r ; iin- past thirty years. REAL ESTATE. The following real estate report is copied for ns by th** Manitowoc County Absti act company. who furnish abstracts of titles at a moderate cost and look up all properly fret* of charge. Joseph Meyer to August Gelding. If.! acre sec. 29, Two Riv ers, SIOO. Henry Rnmpf t > John Schroeder. par 1 cel of land sec. 20. Mishicot, S3OOO, (His Tbrondson to Anton Merge, ,0 acres of land sec. 18. Liberty, *220, Fredciicli Axel to William Ax *l. undv. 1-0 part of to acres sec. 4. Schles wig. $250, Ferdinand Hcyroth to Elizabeth Kapnes, lot 2, block 0, in Wood lawn, s>so. Nils M. Anderson to Eli Paulson, 20 acres sec. 21. Cato. SHOO. Alliert Winter to Allis Kraus *. parcel of land see. 33, Manitowoc. slihi. Henry Ploeckclumnn to Wencel Side mon, is > acres sec. 7 Manitowoc Rapids, S4OOO. Mrs. Catharina .1 McConrt to James McCourt 40 acres sec 18. Cato, $KljO. DR. KUTCMIN COniNO. If yon want tin* best in medical sci ence and a free examination and diag noses g*i to “The WilliamV Thursday, June 13th, 1901 and see Dr Kutchin. It WHOLE NO. 2219 COUNTY BREWERS ORGANIZE. Action V-.is Taken t.ast Week ami Includes All Brewer Ls. TO STOP DEMORALIZING PRACTICE. Say it is Not a Combination For Hold ing; Ip Prices- SALOON KEEPERS \RI V LITTLE DUBIOUS. They Assert That the War Roenue Tax on Beer W fiicti is to he Reduced Will Not Affect Them. The brewers of Mat itowoc comity met Hinl organized hist week tinder the title of the Prowers’ Asstv-iation. with the foil.twilit officers; Louis Kunz, Pres.; J. Schriehart, Vice Pres. , ('has. Miller. Treas. and U. Ruhr. Secy. It is mi derstood from v leading brewer in the city that tin purpose of the orgarti'/.s ton was to stop the rapid growth of sit on in this territory. It seems that the brewers in the past have been providing the necessary funds for famishing and installing saloons, and if one brewer lo cated a man .-it one corner of the street his competitor would follow suit on the opposite corner. “To stop this demoral izing practice.” said a brewer, “the brewers of this territory came together and agreed to organize in conformity witli tin* state association and hereafter new saloons will not 1m- opened its rapid ly as in the past. “There is nothing in the nature of a rust in our org.u rcition. It is not for ■he purpose of holding up prices. All we ask is that Pie brewing business shall oe run as re p,vtable as any other easiness.” “Another object was to bring about menus of -topping tile wanton destruc tion of beer kegs and bottles. The loss it these often tar outweighing the ppof is on the product. Hereafter parties buying beer either in casks or Uittles will be charged with the package and properly credited njion their return, which is certainly only put and proper.’* Some it the aio<>n ket ers. huwcvtr, took with dubious eji s on tlii.s organiza tion. They say that the tax on beer iue to the War Revenue act will in- re luceti on August 1 and they are afraid hat the brewers will maintain prices it tlie present figure, irrespective of a ■eduction in the tax. It is broadly in iinutcd that tin saloon keepers of the •ounty will come together and form an irganization for their own protection. liASli HALL NO I LS. Our baseball Im)th demonstrated that In-y can still play hall. At the bull park Sunday they debated the Shcboy pui team by a score of !i to s. The next game will be played on Sunday, June I), it Sheboygan, The Nurthsidc ball team were defeat si at Kewaunee by a score of T to 5. A game of ball between the machin ists and boiler makers resulted T to (5 in avor of the machinists. LIBRARIAN VON BRIESLN Submits Her I inures on Circulation ft r Past Week. Miss Von lirits n, librarian of the Manitowoc public library submits her lig nrcs. showing the circulation statistics foi the past week ending June I. They are: (ieiicral. philosophy, 2; religion, I. sociology,:! imtnral science 11; useful arts, b; fine arts I. history, 11; travel, 4; biography, HI; literature, 528; Philology, 0. Total •W), Of these 51* were German. 7 Polish, 8 Bohemian. 5 Norwegian and <• French. Dail> average was 11V. Total for May was 2988, and the daily average for May was 112. Cigar Makers Union Twenty-five cigar makers enrolled themselves as members of a union and have applied fora charter from the American Feder ation of Labor. A Njw Dwelling Frank Kadow has accepted plans and awarded the con tracts for the erection of anew dwelling house on Washington street, between Twenty-Second and Twenty-Third Sts. The Hoycr bacht Sold Edwaul Hover of C hicago inis pur -bused the yacht Marion H. of Hoyer Bros. He left on board the yacht for Chicago. Ministers preach and Physicians prac tice. It s a poor rule that won’t work boih vays. Overwork kills tewer men than ex cessive leisure.