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THE MANITOWOC PILOT,
VOLUME XLIIL—NO. 24, PRACTICE WORK FOR SCHOLARS. Those Attending the Training School Given Classes. IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF THE CITY. Novel Method Devised to Equip them For Teachers. WORK HAS PROVED VER\ SUCCESSFUL. The Students will Close their City Practice Teaching on Friday—Miss Cheney in Charge. A class of nineteen of the young peo ple who are prepar ug themselves for teachers at the Manitowoc County Teachers’ Training school have been do ing practice work in the city schools tor the past five weeks. These young people first visited the different schools and ob served the work being done in the grade? of the different city- school ■ by tho regu lar teachers in charge. After these observat i< ais a student ws ■ assigned to do work in one study in each of grades rooms in the city. Each stu dent then opened one period a day for one week in observing the regular teach er teach the class which that student was to teach during the nest live weeks. The students then took charge of the classes assigned to them and have been held responsible for the work in the classes under their charge, subject to the criticism of the regular t* a her of the class, and of Miss Cheney of tho Train ing school, who has charge of the prac tice teachers iu their work. Each of the students who have had charge of practice classes, has bad to write of definite daily plans of the les sons to be presented and submit tnese plans to the regular teacher of the room in which she is conducting a class and also to Miss Cheney before conducting the lesson. The School boards and teachers of the several city schools have materially assisted the teachers of the Training school in arranging for and carrying out this practice work which is p > -erv ."Unable to tho young jtec pie in their preparation for teachers. At the opening of the next term another class from the Training school will have five weeks of this practice work. The first work closes Friday. AN INTERSTATE RACING MEET FOR MANITOWOC. The Riding and Driving club mem bers have asked Secretary A. C. MiHer to make arrangements for holding an interstate matine on July 4. The club from Milwaukee and Green Bay will likely furnish a contingent of horses to race in this city. The club will secure a race at the fair of theConntv Indnstri al association, also, and will co-operate for the success of the racing i r gramme of the show. FATHER PIEL REFERS TO POLITICS FROM PULPIT. On Sunday morning last the Rev. Father Piel. from the pulpit, of St. Boni face's Church, warned the male mem bers of his congregation against attend ing lectures delivered by the Rev. Fath er Grady, of Lexington, Ky.. a Social Democrat. Much to the amazement of his hearers Father Piel announced that he was in entire sympathy with a re cent pastoral letter, issued by Bishop Quigley, in which the sacraments are prohibited to all Social Democrats. It is understood that the priestly lec turer will soon be in Manitowoc, to de liver a talk on Social Democracy, and that is the reason of Father Piel's an nouncement. GIRL WANTS SSOOO ON ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. An action for breach of promise of marriage has been filed with the clerk of the Circuit court by Mbs Anna Kohl beck, seventeen years old, whose resi dence is Kossuth, against Emil Cizek of Manitowoc. The ac tion calls foi dam ages of SSOOO. The suit will likely be heard at the next term of the Circuit court. Great interest lias already been manifested in the case. FINE CONCERT PREPARED BY THE SAENGERBLND. The Saeiigerbnnd of this city will cele brate its forty-seventh anniversary by a grand concert, to be given at Turner Hall, when skilled musicians from Chi cago and Milwaukee will be present. The concert takes place on the anniver sary night. April 2U. i COMES OUT FOR NOMINATION OF REGISTER OF DEEDS. John Koech, of St. Naziansia an avow ed candidate for the nomination of reg ister of deeds. Mr. Koech made this an nouncement to the Pilot representative. He says he is logically pntitkd to the nomination. The present register of | deeds, Bruno Mueller has held the of fice for four years and has capably dis charged all the duties appertaining to the place. Julius Lindstedt was regist er of deeds for six years and it is likely Mr. Mueller will try and succeed him self. Mr. Koech and Air. Mueller are both good Democrats. BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE CITY AND COUNTY. flanitowoc Town Caucus A Re publican caucus for the town of Mani towoc will take place at Kossuth House on Friday. March 28, at ‘2 o'clock in the afternoon. F-'ound Herscnfeldt’s Body— The mystery surrounding the disappearance of William Hersenfeldt. an aged resi dent of Rapids, who has oeen missing since December Ist of last year, has been cleared up by the finding of his body in the river at that place, last week. Hersenfeldt, who came here from Green Bay some time ago. livtd alone in a hut in the woods and iu De cember his home was burned. • He was last seen going toward the river and there is a suggestion of suicide in his death, although the coroner's jury re turned a verdict of accidental drowning. May Seed Early—Farmers who come from the surrounding country into tie city, claim that the spring will be so early that they will be able to seed about the second week of April. To St .rt Ice Business—Edward Wen dorf has entered into the ice business and proposes to supply it for the forth coming season. Life Saving Stations—The life sav ing stations along the lake shore will be opened for business the first of April Itis generally anticipated that lake traf fic will commence about that time, which will be the case if no further cold weather should strike this section of the country. Roads in Bad Shape The recent heavy frost, coming so suddenly, put the roads iu very had condition, so that farm ers have been unable to come to the city to do their buying. A New Distilling Plant There is a possioility of a distilling plant being es tablished here. The Hahn Distilling company of Lyons, lowa, intends to erect anew plant and officers of the com pany have been in the city looking ov< r sites suitable for such an establishment. They left with a favorable impression. May Erect Building -Plans have been [ prepared tor the erection of a brick build j ing, three stories high, which will ad i join the Metropolitan block, on Eighth street. New Officers Elected—The Retail Clerks association was effected last Friday night and officers elected as fol lows President, U. Gagnon; Vice preside its, W. Urbanek, A. Kutzner; Secretary. C. Reddin'. Treasurer, K. Dicke; Guide. J. Mahnke. Me (lets His Honey -Peter Alyszew ski of tins city has received $11,200 from the Pore Marquette Railway in settle- I ment of a judgment given him by the Circuit court last June. Myszewski was injured while at work on the F. & p. M. No. A and sued for SIO,OOO. The jury gave him $1,200, but rather than wait an appeal of the case he accepted a compromise of SIOOO less. A Valuable Relic A valuable Indian relic has been found on the farm of Frank Hessel in the town of Kossuth and is now in the possession of George I Schuette of this city. It is a two-edged stone tomahawk 4 by 21 inches in size with a hole drilled through the center for the insertion of a handle It is high ly valued by Mr. Schuette, who has a large collection of relics. (ilee Club Ball- -The Glee club will give its fifth annual ball at Turner hall j April 5 and the event will be a society function. “Who is the fellow with the long hair?” “He's >, Yale College boy." j “Well I’ve often heard of those Yale, locks.” MAPLE GROVE CELEBRATED. St. Patrick was Duly Honored in the Village. FATHER RYAN WINS A SUCCESS-| Big Delegation go From the City to the Grove- AN!) ALL ENJOYED THE EVENING. M. 11. Dempsey Acted as Toastmaster Mu sic, Mirth and Speaking made up the Entertainment. The celebraiion of St. Patrick’s Day at Maple Grove last Monday evening I passed off successfully, which was due I entirely to the efforts put forth by the Rev. T. J. Ryan. Among those from I this city who attended were M. H. Dempsey, J. H. Keith, Henry Mnlhol laud. Aliases Agnes and Alarie Alulhol land, Aliss Burke. E. L. and Airs. Kelley, Capt. Timothy and Airs. Kelley, Patrick Kelley, Airs. Nelson and others. The principle event of the day was a banquet served in Buckley's hall, after which an entertainment was give u. com prising of music, declamations, singing and speaking. Father Ryan appointed AL H. Dempsey of this city toastmaster and he acquitted himself with admirable taci and skill. The programme, while extensive, didn't seem to tire the audi ence. the latter seeming to appreciate the various efforts, judging by the ap plause which was given, Peter Linmuie made a very excellent response to the toast "The Day We Cele brate." eulogizing the work of the Irish patron saint. E L. Kelley delivered a w 11 prepared address on "Thomas Moore, The Minstrel;" the “Irish in Ale dieval Culture” was the topic which Ar thur Philips Wicks discussed. Aliss Ala rie Alulholland rendered in a very ex cellent manner several instrumental and vocal selections, and Aliss Savage sang well “The Last Rose of Summer." Airs. Nate pleased her hearers by sing ing several Irish songs, which were high ly enjoyed. Prof. JTetteuhoven inter preted several classic pieces on the vio lin, which were well received and John Guhin gave a declamation “Shamus O’Brien." The Alaple Grove choir open ed the entertainment by the sung "Wear ing of the Green.” Those who were not on the programme but spoke were John Hennessy Keith, and Benj. Dempsey. Altogether St. Patrick s Day in Alaple Grove was made pleasant and will be memorable. HEMPTON MURDER CASE NOW ON TRIAL AT GREEN BAY. The Hempton murder case which is being heard at Green Bay on change of venue from Alanitowoc was called yes terday afternoon, Judge Hastings pre siding Some delay was occasioned by an ommissionon the parts of the Circuit court clerks of Alanitowoc and Green Bay in failing to officially seal the papers ordeirng a change of venue. Judge Hastings insisted on the seals being attached before proceeding with the trial. The his tory of the Hempton murder is so well known that it needs no recapitulation now. G. G. Sedgwick appears for the defendant, and his plea is insanity. L. J. Nash and District Attorey Hougen are prosecuting. J ACOB ROE MLR (PASSED AWAY TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Jabob Iloemer died on Tuesday after noon. He bad been in failing health for some time. Air. Roeiner was one of the best known citizens and had achieved success iu die commercial held, being head of the Rand <V Roemer Hardwtue company. He was born at Croer, Ger many in is:!!;. He was twice married and wife and seven children survive him. His funeral will take place from St. Boniface's church tomorrow morning PALM SUNDAY TO BE CELEBRATED IN CHURCHES. Next Sunday is Palm Sunday, the week preceding Easter, and in all of the churches, services commemorative of the occasion will lie held. At the Catho lic churches palms will be distributed before the celebration of the high mass at H) o’clock Now’s the time, spring time. Take Rocky Mountain Tea; keei s the whole family well. A great medicine for spring tiredness. 35ct. F. C. Buer statte. MANITOWOC, WIS„ MARCH 20, 1902. TALKED OF FAMOUS OLD HOLLAND HOUSE. In response to an invitation Jlrom the Clio club about 2tMt of the friends of the club gathered in the capacious parlors of the palatial residence of Joseph Vilas last .Monday evening to listen to I Prof. Seymour’s discourse on A Dinner j at Holland House.” The audience was | an appreciative one: Prof. Seymour was ! at his best and delivered ad. lightful j and entertaining address. He gavel much of the history of the famous Hol land House and of the people who have entertained and been entertained there. He carried his hearers with him to the old house and made them acquainted with it and its surroundings he made them better acquainted with the cus toms and forms of early tinu and leek them into the society of mans nam and women whose names are among the il lustrious iu English History and Eng lish Literature. Prof. Sevi ur is a pleasing speaker and is tho; ighly fa miliar with his subject. The Clio club is to lie congratulated on the .cess of its entertainment. MOVEMENT OF PERSONS TO AND FROM MANITOWOC. Dr. H. L. Banzhaf took a !’, ing trip to Milwaukee on Tuesday. Al. 11. Murphy will be horn >a unlay from New York, where he .ended the meeting of the American 8( -1 Furni ture company. Circuit Court Clerk P. J AK Alaln n is going to Green Bay this v, k Judge Emil Baensch was ;p north for a few days this week. John Kelley, manager of the Smalley Manufacturing Cos. has returned from an Eastern trip. While East ue visited New York. Boston, Philadelphia, Balti more and Washington, Richard Neyhagen was her. from Chi cago t i attend his mother’s funeral. William Woerfel wss in Chicago the latter part of last week. John Koeck. of St. Nnzianz. passed through the city on Monday on his way to Sturgeon Bay. E. G. Nash was in Kankaunaon Alon day. A. C. Miller is out of the city on busi ness for the American School Furniture company. Henry Hiurichs left last Saturday fo St. Paul, to be gone for several weeks The trip Air. Hiurichs believes will ivr store all his old time vigor. Sigward Sanderson leaves this week for a vacation of several weeks with relatives in Alimtesota. He has been on the sick list and this vacation is to re juvenate his impaired energies. Emil and Theodore Teitgon attended the Kublik concert in .Milwaukee last week. Arthur Bmlitt took a run to Milwau kee laid Saturday. Richard Roemer was la-re from Chi cago this week. | Edward Herman was in Milwaukee. I The Rev. Mr. (iray w.is in Wausau. Frank S. llyer, principle of the Coun ty Training school Lft tli morning to visit the Oshkosh Normal school, as a member of the Board 01' \ i-itors. Oscar Alter returned last night from a trip to Chicago, MANITOWOC M AUKKT Latest Quotations Corrected for the Ucii efit off armers The following are the ■ irreiit prices of the various articles of pin luce as report ed for The Pilot on Mar Potatoes -,*o Wheat. Spring up Wheat—White Winter -tip Rye 55 Barley -5s Outs --pi Corn -Us Hay 8 00 000 Butter Is 24 Eggs l 2 1;( Salt per bbl (JO ito Wood 400-5 00 Peas —White !u Peas—Mart >fat 1.20 Peas —Green 1 to Peas —Scotch 1 - 20 W< "l ii RKTAJL. Flour Pateirt 2.0 t) “ Daisy 1,70 “ Rye ... i.(M) Midliug 1.15 Coarse Meal 1,40 Fine “ 1.55 Oil “ 1.75 Lockjaw From Cobwebs. Cobwebs put on 1 cut lately gave a woman jockjaw. Millions know that the best thing to pat on a cut is Buck lon's Arnica Salve, the infallible healer of Wounds, fleers, Sores, Skin Erup tions. Burns, Scalds. Piles. it cures or no pay. (July 25c at H. Dittrichs drug store. OPTION GIVEN BY MR. SCHUETTE.; He May Sell Pea Canning Indus try Out. DEAL IS NOW UNDER WAV. L.indrcth Company Want East Wisconsin Plant. TRUST NOT IN THE NEGOTIATIONS. ' It Will Not Be Known tor Several Oats What Course the Deal lias Taken An Up to date Plant. The East Wisconsin Pea Canning Cos. has given an option on its plant to the j Albert Landreth Pea Canning <’<> 1 This information was given by Edwin I Schuette. secretary of the East Wiscon sin Pea Canning Ca The deal is still under consideration and it will take some little time before it is known how the negotiations will be settled The East Wisconsin factory is prac tically anew plant, with the latent up to-late machinery, with capacity fur s veral million cans of peas a year. It is considered one of the Lest properties iu the pea canning industry. Air. Schuette denies in toto t he rumor that the East Wisconsin i’ -.c Canbiug Cos., ever dickered with the trust. This has never been the case, out when tin Albert Landreth Cos., made overtures to purchase the East Wisconsin plant the question of sale was taken up by Air Schuette, so that now a sale is in con templation iu the fact that an option has been acquire and FIRST DEATH FROM A DREADED LOATHSOME DISEASE. The first death from smallp i.x is re ported in the death at K'llnersville Sunday night of Airs. Willi .;a Spurtue. She had been ill for some time aad suf fered from the disease in s'were form Deceased was a comparatively young woman and is survived bv a husband and several children. T burial of Airs Spurme took place at midnight Monday. JOHN BRENNER GITS HIS DIPLOMA AS A PHARMACIST. Friends of John Brenner of Reedsville will be glad to hear that he has passed the examination given by the Illinois Board of Pharmacists at < 'hicago recent ly. He was at one time employed in the drug store at Reedsville an 1 is tJie son of the Air. Rev Brenner, pastor of the Lutheran church of the village. Delinquent Tax List Ihe exact amount of the delii quenl tax list return ed by City Treasurer Alahnue to County Treasurer Hacker is $2(1(51.0n. This is ■ considerable les- than it was the previ year. ROYAL Baking Powder is indispen sable to the preparation of the finest cake, hot-breads, rolls and muffins. I lousekeepcrs arc sometimes importuned to buy jjfc* other powders because they are “cheap.” Housekeepers should stop and think. If such powders are lower priced, are they not inferior? Is it economy to spoil your digestion to save W- a few pennies? Alum is used in some baking powders The "Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"—con- and in most of the so-called phosphate pow taining over S/ most practical and valuable ders, because it is cheap, and makes a cooking receipts - free to every patron. cheaper powder. Hut alum is a corros bend postal card with your full address. ive poison which, taken in food, acts injuri ously upon the stomach, liver and kidneys. a OVAL BAKING POWDER CO, 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. MEEME CATHOLIC KNIGHTS HONOR ST. PATRICK. The Aleeme Catholic Knights had a banquet and entertainment at Waiter hack's hall on St. Patrick’s night and a thoroughly enjoyable time was had. The following programme was rendered Afusic St. Patrick’s Day Rev II H Song. Wearing of the Green," P. J. Conway j Addr ss of Welcome T. J. Walsh Song, "AHandful of Earth,’ C. Conway Oration Peter Brady. Dialogue .School District No. Aleeme Alusic. Song Peter and Airs. Schram Phonograph. Address Francis Tanglier Song and Chorus,... “God Save Ireland’ Music. Dialogue School District No. 5, Liberty Song Ella Schneider Declamation Robt Knox Phonograph. Song Edward Barnes Song and Chorus "Watch on the Rhino" Alusic By the Band Recitation Joe Brady Music. Song. "Three Le:ives>of Shamrock.” .Monica ('onway Song, "Little old Log Cabin, .1 Rader Music By the Band Sung. T. J. Walsh Song Peter Schram et al. Phonograph. Dialogue, ..School No o, Liberty Song Ed Burns Song. 111 Take Von Home Again, Kath Iren (.‘li.arlii; < ‘onway and others Al usic. Song A Walterhach Song Frank Kntz Song ''Red. White and Him , Audience COUNTY PERSONS WHO WERE SEEN IN FIIL CITY DURING THE WEEK, j .Tore Hussey, of Branch, gave The Pi J lot a pleasant call last Tuesday. W. <Maertz, county supervising as j sensor, was iu the city this week. John Koeck, of St. Nuziauz, was in the city on Monday. Andrew Friteh, of Cato, was a culler at The Pilot office on Saturday. James 'Dudley, of Kosencrans was I seen in town on Saturday. Ernst Waack, of Nowtonbnrg, was in the city on Tuesday. Anton Kriwanek, of Aleinik, was a caller at The Pilot office on Alonday. Air. Pankratz of Cato, called at The Pilot office on .Monday and was most welcome. D Graly of Alenehalville gave Tie Pilot a pleasant call on Alonday. t o Build Steel Bridge A steel gird er bridge at an estimated cost of s‘i,o(l(, is to replace the old structure on M< n roe street in the city of Two Rivers, the council at a meeting Friday night hav ing authorized the adoption of plans. WHOLE Nof2?o. AGRICULTURAL TERM OVER. Short Course at A Madison it Now Finished. AND STUDENTS ARE BACK HOME. Wa a Most Successful Season for Young Men. MANY ABLE TO SECURE POSITIONS. Prospective Scientific f armers are Vow Making Application to Attend Next Year's Course. One of the most successful terms known in the history of the College of Agriculture closed at Madison. Thurs day. March Li, ami the larger portion of , the students returned to their liomes or to places secured for them by the col* lex* 1 The second year class will spend i ten days visiting various dairy and stock farms before disbanding, and do j competitive judging for the *aon worth of medals and prizes * tiered by gener ous citizens of the state to the students j showing the greatest proficiency in van ons lilies nt stock work Student help is in great demand No i less than Jon calls for the services of the | young men taking the short course were j received by the college authorities dnr lingthe past month and about T 5 stn i dents accepted positions where they will work on stock, dairy and general farms | indefinitely, or during the intermi' ion ! of eight months between the terms Ihe next term begins on or about I lee. Ist. and voting men are a I read v ap plying for admission. .Students will be ! accepted ill the order of their applica- tion, those applying early will be Mire to have places retained for them. Send for fire alar and application blank to It, A. Moore, Mudinon YOUNG PEOPLE ARE NOT MARRYING DURING LENT. During Lent hardly any marriage li censes have been issued, those pros (tec* tive brides and grooms postponing the interesting occasion until Luster Day dawns. County Clerk Schaffiand ex pects that the county clerk's office will be inundated with applications for mar riage licenses after the Lenten season opens. It seems to be more and more the c istoni to postpone the wedding day in the penitential season A CARD OF THANKS. We \\ ish to tender our heartfelt thanks to any kind friends and neighbors who assisted ns in the sickness an I death of our mother Lucy King also to the I choir who rendered such line music. ( litlord King and Family C inpefstowu, March 11, t;m -j. Mr. 1 lint Retire* Kay Flint, cheif : engineer on the (toodrich steamer Iml' ana, has retired from the service of th. I c anpany, and promises hereafter to rest.