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* flhe Y. L. S. S. met with Mrs. Chas. Tuesday evening. Etta Sonslageu entertains the C. this evening. EHrs. Frank P. Jones left the city on to spend a few days visiting friends in Milwaukee. |Beorge Jones spent Sunday with his and returned to Appleton on morning. L. J. Nash and Miss Alice Nash several days visit in Chicago re ined to their home on Saturday. A. J. Endress spent last Sunday her husband in Waukesha. a two weeks’ visit at Appleton, Cleva Wittman returned to her baby girl arrived at the home of ■ and Mrs John Kadow this week. Schultz entertained forty of ■ schoolmates on Saturday afternoon Turner hall. The afternoon was ■nt in playing games and dancing. was served. Agnes Torrison left on Tuesday for Chicago. She will lie the ■>st of her brother Oscar Torrison and Mrs. Fred Lohe entertained ■ members of the Deutcher club on afternoon. Those present Hre: Messrs, and Mesdames; Frank Hller, Hugo Richter, Chas. Hoyer. Heph Schwab, T. C. Torrison and Fred Hhe. Nash who came from the iversity to spend the holidays with parents, has returned to New Jersey resume his studies. Mrs. J. L. Anderson entertained a ge number of her friends at an after an party last Thursday, dr. and Mrs. Reinhardt Rahr spent ouple of dayj in Milwaukee the lat part of last week. The Young Peoples’ Dancing club ve an informal dance last Friday ening. Hdiss Marie Mulhollaud is at home Bain after a journey to Kenosha Biere she attended the Cleary-Bristoe Adding. ■The annual "Junior Prom” given by Be university students, will take place B Feb. 13. A number of people from Bis county are planning to attend. ■The new society of the Iron Cross Bcently established at Madison, had Br one of its members, Paul Schuette B this city. The annual mask ball at English Lake kes place Feb. 8. Miss Mathew Ryan has returned to jeanaba after concluding a visit with >r parents, Capt, and Mrs. Kelley. Miss Lottie Barnes has returned to >r studies at Champaign, la. Mrs. J. M. Bushmaun of Milwaukee visiting here. Nels Stephenson entertained a stag irty consisting of a dozen men on riday last at his home in celebration t his birthday, St. Faith’s guild will serve supper in le basement of St. James church on an nary 28. Miss Marcella Hall, whose father has een ill came from Milwaukee last aturdav to attend him. The ladies of the Reformed church rere entertained last Friday by Mrs. lenry Tendick. Mias Mary Gorl who has been visiting a Milwaukee returned to her home last i'riday. Members of the Royal League sa own at a banquet on Tuesday evening t the Staudt house. An enjoyable ivening was spent, the diners making nerry until midnight. Ladies who ere members of theNorth lide Ladies’ Relief society met at the mme of Mrs. George Cooper yesterday ifternoon. Plans to relieve dire neces ■ity among the very poor were discussed ml decided upon. Aaron Torrison left on Tuesday for Chicago where has gone to transact business. Emil C. Maervz attended the plumb ers convention in Milwaukee this week. George Urban visited in Milwaukee this week, Mrs. Ruth Anderson left for an ex. tended stay at Grand Rapids, Wis., on Tuesday. Tried to Conceal It It’s the old story of ‘‘murder will out” only in this case there’s no crime. A woman feels run down, has backache or dyspepsia and thinks it’s nothing and tries to hide it until she finally breaks down. Don’t deceive yourself. Take Electric Bitters at once. It has a repu tation for curing Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles and will revivify your whole system. The worst forms of those maladies will quickly yield to the curative power of Electric Bitters. Only 50c, and guaranteed by Henry Heinrichs, druggist. T. W. Hogan of Antigo had business before the court on Wednesday. A. J. Schmitz of Milwaukee was here on Wednesday to transact legal bus iness. Dr. J. H. Meany installed the officers of the Sheboygan lodge of Forresters in Sheboygan on Tuesday evening. Sheriff Walter Pellet left for the North on Tuesday, he returned on Wed nesday. Julius Linstedt transacted business in Wausau on Tuesday. Benjamin Dempsey was called to Sheboygan on business on Tuesday. Chas. Spiudler goes to Chicago next week. 3 BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES, The Wisconsin Business College at Sheboygan is rapidly pushing to the front under the skillful management of Prof. J. A. Book, Last Tuesday’s Tele gram had the following to say concern ing the College at that place: "All the managers of the Schools owned by the Wisconsin Business College were in at tendance at 'the National Commercial Teachers’ Association held in Milwau kee Dec. 29, 80 and 81. Many new ideas were gained from the papers and discussions that will be of much use in advancing the interests of Businrss Edu cation in every community. An effort was made to establish a standard of rules by which all Business Colleges should be governed. The general opinion of all was that the courses in many schools were short and incom plete. In the latier case the Wisconsin Business College received the compli ments of the business fraternity for having such complete and thorough courses in all of its departments.” * * * Miss Lucy Gagnon, who has been stenographer for the E. J, Vodra Can ning Go., of Two Rivers, enrolled in Day School Monday for a course in bookkeeping. Her employer, recogni zing the efficiency of this School, in duced her to take this step. This is only another example showing the ap preciation that business men in general have for this School. Miss Mabel Wills, who spent her va cation visiting friends in Milwaukee returned to School Thursday. Miss Wills is about to complete her short hand course and will soon take up the study of bookkeeping. Fred Hess is now a student in our English Department. This is one of the most important departments of our School, and especially is this so of the Night School. There are many young men in Manitowoc who could do no better than improve their English by taking up this work during the Night School. * * A. E. Schulze, who was managing the P. A. Miller grocery during the latter’s illness is again in School, doiug some expert work. * * * The College just received several copies of a little book entitled ‘‘Stepping Stones to Success. ’’ The book is intend ed to show tde value of stenography as a profession. Any one wishing a copy may secure it by calling or writing us. * * * Prof. C. F. Moore, Pres, of the Col lege, wrote us Saturday asking for a male stenographer, capable of writing 30 or 40 letters a day, to take a good position in Racine. The demand for male stenographers never was greater than now and no young man will make a mistake by beginning and finishing a good course in this branch of study. * * * QRoberf Sweeting and Robert Richards were visitors at the College Monday. The management of the school always welcomes visitors and delights to ex plain the plan and scope of the work done in the School. •* * Herbert Hanson, a former student and at present bookkeeper for the Nel son Lumber Cos. enrolled in the Night School to-day. Mr. Hanson will com plete the stenographers course. IN CIRCUIT COURT Manitowoc Uoijntv, Edmond Brown. plaintiff. vs Charles A Soli ns and Henry Wilfmmis. and the unknown owners of that part of the W. '/, of the N, E. 'i of section IT, in township No. SO, North, of range No. 22 East, in Manitowoc Uountv. Wis consin, containing six acres and To-lno of an acre of land descrilssl as follows: Commencing on the west line of said W is of said N E. ii of said section IT atiout S 50-innehains south from the Centres River at a cnt stone: thence run ning south 115 degrees east 15 sh-lno chains to a cut stone: thence running north 56 degrees east five chains to a cut stone, thence run ning north 36 degrees west to the east tiank of the Centres river: thence fol lowing the east hank of said river to tie west line of said so acre tract thence fol lowing said west line south to tie- point of Is ginning; also all easements or rights of way connecting said ti sn-iiin acres of land with pule lie highways. Defendants. Tint Statu or Wisconsin, to the said de fendants: You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service ~f this summons, ex clusive of the day of service, and defend tin above entitled action In the court aforesaid and In case of your failure so to do judgment will Is; rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, of which a copy I" herewith servisl upon you NAHH Ac NABH Plaintiffs Attorneys P O. Address: Manitowoc, Manitow s- County, Wisconsin. Pub Jau. 15, 22. _s. Feb. 5,12,1 U iIHEDRAMAI *******• Among the companies this season to occupy a high place in public favor are The High Rollers Extravaganza Comp any who are billed to appeal at the Star Theatre, Milwaukee, week com mencing Sunday, Jan. 18th. The excel lent bill they promise, demands atten tion on tne part of all lovers of burles que and vaudeville. The greatest musical success ever known in the annal, of the American or the English stage—an international success and the century’s greatest musi cal presentation “Floradora' will be seen for the first time at the Appleton Theatre next Saturday matinee and night. It will be then that the local play goers will have their first look at the famous two year old musical success, beatiful, tuneful, "Floradora. For nearly two years "Floradora" was played in New York and to business that was invariably limited to the full of the Casino, and its popularity has by no means diminished since its fortunate owners in America, Managers John C. Fischer and Thos. W. Ryley, have no less than three companies touring the country. NEW THROUGH CAR LINE The North-Western Line Pushes Its Through Connections Northward. Sleeping Car Service Inaugurated Between Chicago and Sault Ste. Marie Without Change- Sault Ste, Marie in come into closer connection with Chicago by means of a new through service to be inaugurated December 2!tth via the Chicago & North- Western and M. St. P. St. M. Rya. The new service will be via Milwaukee, Fond du Lac, Oshkojh and Green Bay, Marinette, Menominee and Escanaba to Larch, the junction point with the Soo Line, and thence via Gladstone, Mania, tique and Trout Lake to Sault Ste. Marie. A 1 The Soo is one of the most rapidly growing cities in the United States. Great wood pulp mills, iron furnaces, steel mills and other manufacturing interests have l>eeu established, and the great lake traffic throng.i the Govern ment locks, marks it as one of the most notable gateways of commerce in the world. The new connection with Chicago will be hailed with satisfaction by a large part of the traveling public. The through sleeping car will leave Chicago at 8.00 P. M. daily except Sun day, from the North-Western’s Wells Street Station, and reach Sault Ste. Marie 10.20 o’clock the next morning. Southbound, leave the Soo about 3.00 P. M., except Sunday, arriving in Chi cago next morning 7.30 A. M. Direct connections are made at Chi cago with all lines from the South and West, and at Milwaukee, Fund du Lac- Appleton and Powers with train service of the North-Western Line from uoints in Wisconsin, Southern Minnesota and Dakotas. Job printing at The Pilot For Sale Steel tire road wagon with leather trimmings, in good condition; but one year's wear. Also a single harness in good condition. Terms cheap. En quire at the Pilot Office. “Jaysmith is a strong man,” said Tenspot.” “Indeed?” asked Qoslin. “Yes; I have seen him break a twenty-dollar g<dd piece.” “Ah, I presume yon mean that he is a strong man financially.’’—Detroit Free Press. Wonderful nerve. Is displayed by many a man enduring [tains of accidental Cuts, Wounds, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Sore feet or stiff joints. But there’s no need for it. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve will kill the [tain ami cure the trouble It’s the best Salve on earth for Piles, too. 25c at Henry Heinrichs, druggist. Domestic Troubles. It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionly, but these can bo lessened by having Dr. King's New Life Pills around. Much trouble they save by their great work in Stomach and Liver troubles. They not only relievo you but cure. 25c at Henry Heinrichs drug H tore. When a train loaves a piatiorm or a steamboat pier in Sweden, all the lookers on lift their hats to the de parting passengers end bow to them, u compliment returned by the trav elers. If you address the poorest person in the street you must lift your hut. A gentleman passing a lady on the stairs of a hotel must do the same. To enter the shop or a bank with one’s hat on is a terrible breach of good manners. If you en ter or leave a ooffee room you must bow to all the occupants. Strength of (far Saxon. An average Britisher is aw strong as two Hindus. REAL ESTATE. Real Estate Transfers since Dec. 22nd, 1903. as reported by the Manito woe Countv Abstract Cos. Frederike Thiede, to August F, Thiede. Part of lot 3, sec. 11, town of Two Rivers, $500.00. Manitowoc County, to Ferdinand Veith, Jr. Ni of lots 17 and 18 iu blk. 203, City of Manitowoc, |2.56 Jacob Happel and wife, to Frederick Dickmaun. Si NJ Si NE} NE} of sec. 29, town of Eaton, SOO.OO. Q. H. Simon and wife, to A. Ears tad. Si Si NEi NEi of sec. 29, containing 8 acres, alsoNi Ni Ni SEi NEI of sec. 29, also Ni Si SEi NEi of sec. 29, all of town of Eaton, $50.00. Albert Karsted and wife, to John S McMann, Same as above, 15.00. Frederick Dickmann and wife to J, S. McMann, Ni Si Si Ni NE} NEi and Ni Si NEi NEi all of sec. 29, town of Eaton, $15.00. Wilkeimine Beettcher, to William F, Beettcker Jr. SWi NWi and NE} SE} of sec. 32, town of Rrcklaud, $10.50. Carl Beettcher et al, to Win. F. Heett cher. Same as above, $1605 Helmnth Zander and wife, to Frank Elmer. Part of SWi SE} of sec. 3. town of Gibson, $3000,00. Barney Cain and wife to Barbara Peliskek, SEi SWi of sec. 0, town of Cooperstown. 51500.00. Frederick Veigkt and wife to Theo dore Veight, part of Ei SE} of sec. 1 W} NE} of sec. 12 and SE} N W} of sec. 12 all of town of Schleswig, containing 19 acres, SIBOOO. Matilda Schinpf to August Schimpf, lot 1 in block 288, city of Manitowoc, $750.00. Jno. Rapel and wife to Eli Miller, Si NEi of sec. 18, town of Cato. SSB(H). Simon F. Wehrwein to Herman Vogt, El NEi of sec. 18, town of Newton, $7700.00. Chas. Rebbek and wife to Joseph Wiesner, E 41 feet of lot 5, blk 104, city of Manitowoc, SIOSO. Joseph Sknbal and wife to Thomas Hallada, part of SI SEiSEfof sec. 17, town of Two Creeks, SOOO. Robert H. Markham and wife to Milwaukee & Lake Winnebago It. R Cos., lot 5 in blk 109 and lot :i in blk 170, city of Manitowoc, sl. George IJ. Breckett and wife to Manitowoc Land Improvement Cos., part of blk 1 and all of blks 07 and JJB of A. W. Bnels plat, town of Manito woc, SI.OO. W. D, Richards and wife to Sacred Heart Congregation, lots 1 lit, 10, 17 and EJ of lot 18 in blk 108, city of Manitowoc, $7500. Ferd A. Pautz and wife to Julia Schultz et. al., El SEi of see. 5, town of Manitowoc, SI.OO. A woman on the death of her hus band, telegraphed to a distant friend. “Dear Joseph is dead. Loss fully cov ered by insurance. Tess -She speaks of him as “a likely young man.” What does that meant Jess—That means a young man who likes her well enough t" speak of her as “lovely.” A messenger boy ban a wale in life, even though it Ik- a mighty alow one. College Idiot, indefinitly—lt certainly does bore one to death • Kind Friend What does? College Idiot—Why the garrote. Is the bark of a shin worse than the bight of a rope? “Three of our leading citizens, after a life of earnest, industrious effort, were run over by a raliroad, and received damages that made them independent." ('rawford What do lovers just sit, and sit and sit, rnd sit in blissful silence? Cragshaw Because, as a general thing, there isn't room for either of them to get a word in edgeways. Customer—That dog 1 bought last week has turned out savage. He’s al ready bitten a little girl and a police man, an - Dealer—Lor' how e’s changed, tnntnl He wasn't at all particular when he ate ’ere I BOSTON STORE. SPECIAL PRICES CUT IN TWO $2,50 Meow’ Cordnory Punts $1.(15 $9,25 Men’s Wool Pants ft 16 05c Boys Knee Pants 44c All < nr 25c and 25c Chil runs' Kxtra Fleeced .Shirts and Drawers .10c 00c Mens’ Fleeced Shirt* and Drawers 20c Ode Ladies’ Fleeced Vest* ami Pants 20c ♦i 00 for No. 0 all Copper Wash Boilers Etraordinary heavy No. 0 $1.05 $1 00 Vandsrgrift Washing Machines $2 96 $7 00 Vanderxrift Washing Machines $5 00 ♦ 175 No 0 heavy Tin Wash Boilers Copper Kim $1.20 $2 00 Warranter! Wringers SI.BO Oc Mrs. Pot Sari Iron Handles 4c 15c Mrs Pot Nickle Sad Iron Handles 8c We are now l ocated in our New Store Opposite North Side National Bank. ED. HARRIS. Pre-Inventory Sale i w i jt” " and J an. On what HtIVC priCeS INVENTORY is but a short way off and stocks been reduced? 1 must be reduced to the lowest point-prices I have been cut to the lowest, that an immediate clearance may be effected. The greatest reductions ever made on reliable merchandise have been made from the regu lar prices on dry goods and wearables of all kinds, so that now you can buy dress goods, underwear and all things to wear at prices which you will never again buy The ! a like quality of goods. p j j We cannot disappoint you with our offers because ■ CUpIC the values are far greater than any offered previously; Savings we guarantee them to be so and will cheerfully refund w-j your money on any purchase on which you think you UdlllV have not saved any money. Let your neighbors show StOTC you what they have bought at this sale and ask their opinion of the greatness of our values; then you will be ■ reassured of the reliability of these offers. __________ rianitowoc. Wis NORTH EIGHTH STREET HUMOROUS. “Oh, I’m sure she isn’t ns old'as she looks.” “Perhaps not, but I’m sure she’s older than she thinks she looks." ( —Philadelphia Press, “When a mule stahts in to be a kick er," said Uncle Eben. “he’s niightyili’ble to laud' an' make some difference. Dat’s vvhah he hub de advantage of human folks.”—‘Washington Star. “Dis is certainly tine, bracin’weath er,” remarked Weary haggles to Tired Tatters. "Yes,” replied* Tatters. “I braced six men fer a dime dis uiornin’, •■u’ ou'y got one refusal.” —Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. What Did 1 He Mean? —Phil Uppe— “l’m tired o’ dis trumpin’ business, Pete, and' I’m goin’ ter make a change." Pete—“What’s* ye goin’ ter do?" Phil Uppe—“Well, I t’iuk I’ll open a bank." I’ete —“Widi dynamite?"—Detroit Free Press, 'less—"So their engagement is broken off?” Jess —"Yes, they quar reled, and she was in the wrong.” Teas —“And she wouldn’t admit it?" Jess—"No, that was the whole vrouble. She did admit it, and after that he simply became unbearable.”—Phila delphia Press. Of the Same Mind*.—“Wlfcn it conies to marriage 1 wouldn't give a thought to how much the inau I love is mak ing,” remarked the dlreamy-eycd girl. “Neither would I," answered the prac tical dtunsel. “What would primarily interest me would be how much he had already made. There's no use taking chances.” —Chicago Post. MOUNTAIN PEAK MAY FALL. Tourlali Are In Ortl Hunger from Threaten Ing Niiuntnlu Toy lu the AI|M, Although it bus been rumored throughout the Alpine region for (some time that the Alicia —the great mountain peak which rears itself high above the famous Gemini )>as was in a more or less shaky condition, no one expected to hear that there was any danger of its falling. Now, however, it is definitely stated that the Altels is on the point of splitting in two and may come thundering down almost any time, says a report from N'eu chatel, Switzerland. Damage enough wilt be done if the famous peak does fall in any ease, but it is to be hoped that the ••rash will come before the next tourist season begins, for the Geimni, above which the Altels towers, Is used to n greater extent than any other Alpine pass. Tlie inhabitant of the region can im agine what will lie tin- result if the Alteis should come crashing down, having experienced such an occur rence on a smaller scale when glaciers from this particular |>eiik have de scended upon them. The last one fell in, September, 1895, and many peas ants were killed. Boston Store Sale The Boston Store fire of Tuesday night January 13th., damaged our entire stock by smoke and in order to clear these goods out, prices arc being cut without reference to cost. THE STOCK MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE. The HONEY SAVING OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR LIFE SALK BEGINS Honday, Jan. 19th AT NINE O’CLOCK Following is a list of the bargains: Underwear for Men Underwear for Women Hosiery for Women Hosiery for Children Hosiery for Men DUCK COATS, LACES, EMBROIDERY. PANTS. OVERALLS and OVERSHIRTS. ED. HARRIS, Prop. GUIDE TO PHILIPPINES. Tha War Drirartmrnt Isinra a (taaet leer aid Maps oflheUroupof Islands. The Pronouncing Gazetteer and Geographical Dictionary of the Phil ippine islands, with maps, charts and illustrations, which was prepared at the bureau of insular utTuirs of the war department, has been issued, and contains a wealth of information concerning our oriental possessions. The gazetteer proper contains 264 pages, Including the index, while the geographical dictionary occupies 663 pages, exclusive of the maps, charts and illustrations. When Dewey’s victory awoke na tional interest in the Philippines the obtainable literature in English on the subject was meager and much of It was old and almost out of print, while the Spanish words were to be found In few libraries, so the work of obtaining complete and ac curate Information about the is lands, their geographical resources, history, etc., has bee r * difficult one. Requests already received for the edi tion exceed the limit ordered by con gress to be printed. A \ alunlilr lllaouverv. A hitherto unknown portrait of Martin Luther, painted by Lucas Cranach, the celebrated artist and burgomaster of Wittenberg, has been uncovered in the town church of Wit tenberg. It is pronounced to be the best portrait of Martin Luther in ex- Interne. lUllnay to llulltl Huge Hotel. It was learned to-day on the b'est authority that the plans of the Pennsylvania railroad for its new central station in the heart of Man hattan include the construction of a huge skyscraper hotel, which will probably be the biggest of the many grand hostelries projected In this eity. Four square blocks of city property owned by the railroad company are available for this sta tion hotel, but only two of these will be utilised. The shah'ri Caah. It is said that the shah of Persia has more hard cash put by than any other sovereign. In hie palace at Teheran the "king ol kings" is supposed to have a sum estimated at $50,000,000 !a specie.