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[BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS A. L. llouoi n C. 10. Hkady HOUQEN & BRADY. Attorneys at Law, IS and 10 Torrison Huilding’, Manitowoc, - - Wisconsin. John ,1. llkai.v Wai.ti-.ii M .Ivck MEALY & JOYCE Attorneys at I.aw Municipal Court Building M ANI I OWOC, - \\ ISCONSIN PHYSICIANS J. r. MULHOILAND, M. I). OFFICE HOURS; -111 to Hi a. in,. 1 to 1 p. m mill ;tosp. m. < Ifflce 3KI N. stli St. Tki.ki-iiomk. i illl.-e lis 2. Resid.-ii.-e -139 I Manitowoc Wisconsin. DENTISTS SEEGER 6 MILLER DENTISTS Local Anaesthetics used for painless extraction of teeth. South Eighth St„ Manitowoc. Wis. DR. W. H. MORRIS Dentist Kooms-2(i-27, Torrison Block DR. M. L. BAST DENTIST lu m*w parlors Williams Block, opposite Maui tnwiH* Savings Hank. Kitfhth ami lay Streets all DENTAL WnliK HI-A li ANTE ED Manitowoc, * Wisconsin Wanted A man that desires to invest S3OOO to 65000. in a goo ’ reliable manufact..ring business. Said party can act as director and take charge of the office of secretary. This is a chance for life, to the right man. For full information call or write to, Kiehl Buckle Mfg. Go. Rccdsvlife, Wisconsin. There is no Rochelle Salts Alum, Lime or Ammonia in food made with Calumet Baking Powder —HOTIH THE BAKIHQ POWDER TRUST— It makes pur food. For Sale. 1 offer for sale the Meeme House, comprising Hotel, Saloon, Dance Hal! with Stage, and a Park nicely fixed up on which there are dance floor, counters, etc., also my farm of -S9 acres, good farming land, a good well an. ■; form tain. Everything in good condition. The property is situated on the Green Bay road, about midway between Mani towoc and Sheboygan. Will sell the business property separately. For par ticnlars inquire of or write to W. A. 11 Kim, Cleveland. It. F. I). No. 3, Wis Farm For Sale. I offer for sale my farm containing 191 acres in section HZ, town of Liberty, three and oue-half miles south east of St. Nazianz. Good buildings and a good well. SO acres under cultivation. For particulars inquire of or write to Win. Connell Valders, R. F. D. No. 3, Wis. Very Low Excursion Rates to Phila delphla Pa., Via the North-Western Line. Excursion tickets will he sold Sept. 14. 15 and 19, with favorable return limits, on account of Sovereign Grand Lodge, i. (). O. F. Apply to agents Chicago A North-West ern R’y. 19 Excursion Tickets to County Lair at Fond du l.ac, Wis,, Via the North-Western Line, will be sold at reduced rates Sept I to *, in elusive, limited to return until Sept. 9, inclusive. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. 9 Excursion Tickets to County Lair at Manitowoc, Wis., Via the North-Western Line, will he sold at reduce 1 mbs Sept. I to*, in clusive, limited to return until Sept. 9. inclusive. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. 9 ®l)je JJilof. $150,000 WORTH OF COURT HOUSE BONDS BRING PREMIUM OF $2,875.50 G. If. Rollins & Son of Chicago bought the $159,999 worth of 39 year I per cent Manitowoc county court house bonds at a premium of $3..*75.59. The buyers also agreed to pay the accrued interest on the bonds from Aug. 1, the date of the bonds, to the time of-• livery. This interest, at the rate ot nearly $39 a day. will amount to about $959. The bids were opened at the county clerk's office, at one o'clock last Friday afternoon, in the presence of County Clerk Schaffland, Comity Treasurer Zeman, District Attorney Hougeu and Chairman Henry Lehrman of the county board. There were twelve bidders, several of them being present in person. The names of the competing firms, with the premium offered by each, follow: G.H. Rollins A Son. Chicago, $3,*75.59; N. W. Harris A Cos., Chicago, $3,753; The First Trust ,V Savings Bank, Chica go, $3,715; Brown. Ellingwood & Cos., Chicago, $3,557; W. .1, Hayes ,V Son. Cleveland. $3,539; Parson, Leach & Cos., Chicago, $3,357; Dennison, Prior <Xr Cos., Cleveland, $1,905.75; N. W. Halsey & Cos., Chicago. $1,*75; McDonald, McCoy & Cos.. Chicago, $1,*49; S. L. Fuller A Cos., Cleveland, $1,953.75; Albert Kley boldt & ( 0., Cincinnati, $1,059: E. C. Benedict A Cos., New York, no premium. It was a condition, understood by all of the competing firms, that the success fill bidder would be required to add file amount of accrued interest to the premium offered. Tims the bonds will net the county over $5,590. This will reduce the rate of interest by nearly two mills on the dollar. ENTERTAINS LARGE PARTY OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN SON’S HONOR. Last Friday evening Mrs. M. H. Murphy, at the home on North Fourth street, entertained a party of twenty four young people twelve young men and an equal number of young women at a six o'clock dinner in honor of her son, Clement Murphy, the occasion be ing the twenty-first anniversary of the latter's birthday. After the dinner the party proceeded to the Opera house to attend the Berthelson recital. BARN STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Structure Takes Fire and is Laid in Ashes. During the electric storm last Friday morning, lightning struck the barn of Matt Kimines, a farmer residing on the Rangeline The structure was limned to the ground. Neighbors, when they saw the fire, at once hurried to the as sistance of Mr. Kimines and a determin ed effort was made to put out the blaze But it was ot no use. The wind was blowing and the flames were raging fiercely. The loss is heavy, for the year’s crop of grain produced on the farm was stored in the barn. The loss, estimated at $1,999, is partly covered by insurance. Police Report. Chief of Police Pierce's report showing arrests and business transacted by the police department for the month of August, 1995. No. of tramps cared for and fed at the police lock-up 50 No. of tramps escorted beyond city lim it's without being fed 5 No. of telephone calls received and an swered 93 No. of electric lignts reported out at plant 91 No. of diphtheria cases reported by health officer and signs posted.. .5 No. of arrests fox driving automobile faster than twelve miles an hour 1 No. of arrests for being drunk, line and costs paid by defts 1 No. of arrests, violating city ordinance, deft, committed for live days,... 1 No. of bad places in streets reported to street commissioner 5 No. of sidewalk and school notices served 45 License collected for running caro sell $14.00 P. ,1. PIKItCK, Chief of Police. Notice. Notice is hereby given to the members of the Rockland Mutual Fire Ins. < ’o, that the Directors of said company, at a meeting held on the 19th and 35rd days of August. 1995, levied an assessment of three mills on the dollar upon all prop erly insured in said company on the filth day of August, 1995, to pay for losses incurred since July Ist, 1905. Said as sessment la-come* due on the 11th day of < Jctoher. 1995. Dated at Reedsville this 9th day of Kept . 1995 9 W. C. M \ KItTZ, Sec. A Guaranteed Cure For Piles Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles, Druggists refund money if I’AZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case, no matter of how longstanding, in 9to 14 days. If your druggist hasn't it send 59c in stamps and it will he for warded post-paid by Paris Medicine Cos. St Louis, Mo. tf MANITOWOC, WIS., THURSDAY SEPTEMBE R 7- 1905. A PLEASURABLE EVENING AT THE BEACH HOTEL GROUNDS. There veils a delightful party on Wednesday evening of last week at the Lake Shore Beach hotel. About 150 were in attendance, including the gnestsat the hotel, a fair-sized delegation from Two Rivers and a large delegation from this city. The grounds were well lighted and the feature of the evening's enjoyment was dancing in the pavilion, the music being furnished by Urban's orchestra. Refreshments were served and all in all the affair was a most pleasant one for the participants. The place has become a popular pleasure resort. SEPARATED FOR FIFTY-NINE YEARS. Last Thursday George Fulton, a pi oneer resident of the county who resides six miles north of this city, welcomed to his home an only brother whom he had not seen for fifty-nine years, and who came here from Lancing, Mich., whither he had gone at the time the family home in New York broke up at the death of the boys’ parents fifty-nine years ago, while his brother, George Fulton, came to Wisconsin and settled in this county. CHILD MEETS WITH BAD ACCIDENT. Ray. the 9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Madsen, had his right leg nearly severed at the ankle on Wednesday of last week by the sickle bar of a binder. The child was standing in front of the machine, trying to hand a whip to the driver, when the team became frightened and started, with the result that the lad's leg was caught by the guards and nearly cut off by the sickle bar before the horses could be stopped. The accident occurred at Rapids, where the boy was visiting his aunt, Mrs. Gustaveson. HOLD UP MAN CAUGHT. Chief of Police Pierce caused the ar rest of Clarence Benson at Wausau on Wednesday. Benson is one of the trio that is charged with holding up and rob bing .lames Ryan Sunday evening on Buffalo street, between nine end ten o'clock, securing twenty-seven dollars in money. Chief Pierce.although in feeble health, has not lost any of his tactics or ability to round up criminals. We are credibly informed that in every instance when high crime has been committed in Mani towoc since Pierce has been chief, he has got his man, not one escaped. TENTH STREET BRIDGE CANNOT BE REBUILT- The expert engineer from Milwaukee says that the old bridge spanning the river at Tenth street should be con demned. He advises the city to build a new $99,090 structure. DEPOT AND FREIGHT HOUSE AT GRIMMS DE STROYED BY FIRE. During the electric storm last Friday evening at seven o'clock lire, supposed to have originated from lightning, destroy ed the Chicago A North-Western depot and freight house, with contents, at Grimms, this county, the loss entailed being in the neighborhood of s‘.’9o9. The blaze was not seen until it had gained much headway, when it was im possible to save the burning structures. So all efforts of the volunteer lire light ers were directed toward preventing the liercely raging Haines from spreading to nearby buildings. The railroad company's large grain elevator adjacent to the depot caught tire two or three times, but the incipient blaze was speedily put out each time by the lire fighters, who formed a bucket brigade. It was raining hard at the time, and this assisted the lire fighters in keeping the flames from spreading. The operator, Joseph Gill, had left the office and gone to supper shortly liefore the lire occurred. While the origin of the blaze is not known, there is reason to believe that it was caused by lightning, as a crash had been heard in the vicinity of the depot a short time before tile fire was discover ed. The company will immediately build anew station. PLEADS GUILTY TO FORG ERY AND GETS YEAR AT STATE'S PRISON. Pleading guilty to a charge of forging the name of Thomas -I. Ryan to a prom issory note for $1 -9 in favor of the Inter national Harvester Company, for which he was agent, and tin- sale of the pafier for its face value, Martin G. Helgeson, the Vald-rs young man who was placed undet arrest by Deputy George Lambries last Saturday in this city while on bis way home from Chicago, was Tuesday morning sentenced by the municipal judge to serve one year in the state peni tentiary. The sentenced man has a wife and three children. He is 53 years old EXPERT FROM MILWAU KEE INSPECTS TENTH STREET BRIDGE. A. Geist. an expert bridge builder of Milwaukee, who constructed the Grand Avenue bridge there, arrived in the city a week ago to inspect the Tenth street bridge with a view to ascertain ing the feasibility of rebuilding or re pairing the structure. If it shall be found that the old structure can not be made serviceable for five or ten years to come, anew $109,999 bascule bridge will probably lie built. MARRIED. At St. Luke's church in Two Rivers, on Wednesday morning of last week. ('onstanty Koprowski of Port Washing ton and Miss Anna Geerdbs of Two Creeks were united in marriage. Rev. Father Hugo officiating. The couple will resident Port Washington. The marriage of Miss Emily llartdel and Paul Feuerstein, both of Two Kis ers, was solemnized by Rev Hugo at St. Luke’s church. Two Rivers, on Wed nesday morning of last week. < >ll Tuesday morning of last week Walter Allie, assistant keeper of the Sturgeon Bay canal, was married to Miss Josephine .lakobowski of tin- town of Two Rivers. The ceremony was per formed by Rev. Father Hugo at St. Luke's church, Two Rivers. The cou ple will make their home at Sturgeon Bay. Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Miss Martha Kurth. daughter of Mr. and Mrs William Kurth, was married to William Luessow at the German Lutheran church . Rev. Carl Machmiller perform ing the ceremony. The tying of the nuptial knot was followed by a wedding dinner and reception at the bride's home. The couple will take up their residence at Milwaukee, where the groom is cm ployed as a copper smith. Miss Emma Woltersand • Utoinar Zap fe of Newton were joined in matrimony last Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the German Lutheran church in this city. Rev. Carl Machmiller officiating. The ceremony was followed by a wed ding dinner and reception at the home of the bride's parents. The couple will reside in Newton. Last Thursday afternoon Miss Stella Ryder and William Leslie were united in marriage. Rev. Thorson performing the ceremony. Miss Libby Rose Bartaof thiscity.and Prof. Joseph Kaiser, a well known Manitowoc musician, were united in marriage Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's parents on Chicago street. County Judge t'hloupek performing the ceremony. The couple have taken up their residence at 999 Marshall street. At 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon, Miss Minnie Hempton of this city and Emil Krug, a former Manitowoc resident now residing in Milwaukee, were joined in matrimony at the parsonage of the German Lutheran church. Rev. Curl Machmiller tying the nuptial knot. They will reside at Milwaukee. Yesterday morning at the Polish church, Paul Jankowski of Milwaukee and Miss Julia Gretz of this city were united in marriage. The bride is a daughter of John Gretz, a former res ident of Newton now residing here. The couple will make their home in Mil waukee. REPORT OF BOARD OF APPRAISERS ADOPTED. Joint District 1 Receives $6,684.61. The legal separation of city and town in joint school district No. 1 was completed last Thursday evening at tie city hall when the report and rec ommendations of tie- hoard of appraisers were adopted. An order was signed, authorizing the town hoard to draw upon the city for $9,9*191 in payment of the town'sshare of t lie school property The portion of the town of Manitowoc which was formerly a part of joint district No. I will now constitute a district by itself lobe known as district No. 7 and the portion that was formerly a part of joint district No. 4 will he known as district No. *. An agreement will be entered into whereby pupils residing in the part of the afore-aid town, now cut off from the city districts, will be given the privilege of attending the city schools at the same cost pci capita as city pupils. PROMOTERS OF NEW COMPANY MEET WITH SUCCESS. * The Federal Casualty company, a health and accident insurance society that is being organized here is meeting wi‘h gratifying success About 559 of the first 509 iiieiuliers necessary to incorporate and do business under tie laws of the state have already been secured. The promoters expect to have he company fully established by Sept. ir> “TAKEN BY STORM" Members of H. W. Lawlon Camp No. 2. United Spanish War Veterans. Surprised .Inst as members of 11. VV. Lawton camp. I’. S. W. V,. were about to close a regular meeting at their headquarters in ('izek's hull Tuesday evening, they were startled by a sound on the stairway as of the stealthy approach of many feet. Silence reigned over the assemblage of veterans and each looked at his neigh bor, trying to rend the solution of the mystery in his face. All waited anxious ly for the report of the sentinel who is placed at the ante room door, hut when the mysterious sound reached the door, nothing but a faint whispering was to lie heard, and then all was quiet for a short space of time, when the sound of stealthy footsteps was located in the hack room which is used by the boys as a banquet hall. By this time some of the more timid veterans let their imaginations carry them back to sentinel duty in the enemy's country, am) thought there was a body of Spaniards about to make a charge, so they sought safety in a locker in the front of the hall. The holder ones formed themselves into two bodies one to go to the relief of their comrade, the sentinel, while the other was to charge the door to the banquet hall. The former party found thesenti nel had been overpowered, gagged with a ham sandwich and bound with a large piece of cake in either hand. The latter body was met at the door by a burst of surprise and found all the scare was caused by the members of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the I S W V . who had planned to surprise tin- members of Lawton camp. That the surprise was a success was demonstrated by the ex pression on the faces of the veterans. After the clients of the surprise wore oil', musical instruments made their aji pearance as if by magic, and dancing was indulged in for a short time, when refreshments were served by the ladies, alter which dancing was resumed and continued until midnight. Lverybodv reports a good time, and members of 11. \V. Lawton camp voted the Ladies Auxiliary a success. AUGUST DREWS RECOMMEND ED FOR CHIEF Of POLICE, Ihe police and fire commission on Saturday recommended I lie appoint ment of August Drews as city chief of police, lint thus tar no action has been taken on the commissions recommendation. Mr Drews was one of live candidates who took the examination held about •wo weeks ago and he attained the best mark. lie was born in Manitowoc county. lor several years he con bicted a hotel at Mishieol Last year he was a can didate lor sherill on the democratic ticket lie is now a traveling salesman torlhe La-do Manufacturing company ol Appleton lie has a good record and his appointment would no doubt give general satisfaction. Mr IV .1 I’ierce retired Sept, 1 from the ollice of police chief. POLICE SEARCH FOrt HIGHWAY ROBBERS. Karly Sunday evening dames Ryan, a workiiniii employed on tint North-West fill (Xtfllioll, was robbed of on Lightli street by three companions. Kyim tnadf complaint and warrants were issued BURGLAR SECURES SIO. Sundry night a burglar entered (he lioiiic ol William Rrenier on Michigan avfiiiie and took ijdp, from a trousers' pocket Iho discovery wan not made until morning, when tin* trousers were found on t lie sill of the window through which the thief had entered the house, Attention! fuming Ihe wheel'. and target shoot dig. lor ducks at Frank Heins’ place Riverside s nnjes west of Manitowoc on the river mad, Sunday, Sept 10, la-gin nine at I o’clock I' M. Ail are cordial ly invited. '■l l-'I.'WK 11 1,1 Ns. ! ARM lOR SALK. • 11l IK - omit of sil k ness I otfer for sale 111 y farm of I tin acres, all under cnltiva lion, '.in acres in section is. Cato, and HI .teres in section Id. Rockland For particulars address, M II Cos. ININ, R. I' - It No .!. Reedsville or I II MI; \\ v, Reedsville, Wis i: Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses have 1" en issin -l hy County Clerk SchatTland during the past week Kind Kriigand Minnie llempton. hoth of this city. Chailes Rouse and Anna Cloida, hoth of this city Henry Sachse and Ida Kehhein. hoth of Newton; John Heller and Annie Heilaska, both of Chi cago Moses (lagoon and Tilhe La Fleur, hoth of Two Rivers Mr Herman Kaltreh of Cato was a caller at thel'll.nT dllcetoday. UNIONS OF CITY CELEBRATE ANNUAL HOLIDAY. Despite the unfavorable weather on Monday, Labor day was observed in a fitting manner by members of the vari ous labor organizations of the city. The feature of the celebration in Manitowoc was a grand street parade, which form ed on Eighth street south of the river and marched north to the car line junc tion. where the procession disintegrated. In Hie afternoon there was a big pic nic at the Lake Shore hotel. The prin cipal orator of the day was Hon. .1 H. McUillat, of (treen Bay, who gave an able address, appropriate to the occasion, ou the subject of Pnionism. TO LEAVE THE CITY. Receive Handsome Gift From Fellow Churchmen After having lieen employed in the (tent's furnishing department of the O. Torrisou Cos. for nearly eleven years. August Kriksmoen. lasi Thursday, re signed his clerkship to accept a position at Leeds, S. I) .as head buyer and tnana (ter for the Ililiuen Mercantile company, one of the leading business thins of the Northwest Mr. Kriksmoen and family together with Eric Kriksmoen will remove to Leeds this week. On the evening of August J 1 a fare well party was given to Mr Kriksmoen and wife in the basement of the First Norwegian Lutheran church by mem bers of the congregation, who on that occasion presented the couple with a handsome solid silver and gold lined sugar and creamer set. Rev. Tlmrson delivered the presentation speech, which was responded to by the recipient of the gift. Extemporaneous addresses were made by Mr. Thomas Torrison, Atty Albert Hongen and Rev. Sundby. Good advice to women If yon want want a beautiful complexion, (dear skin, bright eyes, red lips, good health, take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. There is nothing like it JJ cents. Tea or Tab lets F ('. Mnerstatte. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mangan are mourning the death of their twin boys born about three weeks ago. * hie died on Monday of last week and the other two days later Hnrial took place at ('hilton, where the parents formei ly re sided. The last band concert for the season, scheduled for last Thursday evening at Washington park, did not lake place on that evening on account of the rain, hut occurred Saturday evening. Rheumatism, gout backache, acid poison, are results of kidney trouble Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea goes directly to the seat of the disease and cures when all else fails. J.'i cents. F (' Ituerstatte. Joseph Wattawa of the undertaking firm of I'rbanek and Wattawa has been granted a license by the stale author! ties, he having passed the undertakers examination held at Oshkosh a short time ago F.very man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or profession Head the display advertisement of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy, in this issue and learn how easily a young man or lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position. If Miss Fli/.abeth Foster and Fdeanor Lovelyn returned to their homes at Chicago last Thursday morning, after having been guests at the Lake Shore I leach hotel for several days Uev. Clarence H Weed, pastor of St. | Haul's M K church, will attend the | Methodist conference to be held at Wan sun September HI to Rev. Weed will continue as pastor of the local church for another year. Are yon lacking in strengi h mid vigor? Are you weak? Are yon in pain? Ho you feel all run down? The blessing of health and strength come to all who use j Hollister s Rocky Mountain Tea do cents. F t', lluerstatte Herman Fox, a resident of Boon, Michigan, aged nineteen, was brought to the hospital here fioni Two Rivers he being ill with diphtheria Relatives have been communicated with. Miss Nellie Shea returned from Me tnvsha on Monday to take charge of her work as teacher in the Third ward school. Seven iiociors Agree Mr JacobSexauer, of Fountain City Wis , writes Uloria Tonic cured me of rheumatism after suffering ;i! years and after seven Doctors agreed that 1 was incurable. Sold hy F C lluerstatte j Very Low Rates to Chattanooga Tenn., Via the North Western Line. excursion tickets will Is- sold Sept 1 I to Hi, inclll | hive, with favorable return limits, on lu'count of Anniversary of Rattle of Chicaittauga. Apply to agents Chicago A: North-Wes tern R'v 10 lo Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO yi'ININE tablets All druggists refund the money if it foils to cure K. W Unix s signa ture is on each Ik>\ ‘J5c If NUMBER 9 ATTEND THE FAIR. Thin year's fair in a hummer. The show opened on Tuesday, hut there was no regular program on that day. the time being taken up with the making of entries and the placing of exhibits. Since yesterday morning the fair has been in full blast and everything seems to conspire to making the 1!I0. - . "pump kin show" the banner one in the history of Manitowoc county fairs. The weath er thus far has been all that could be de sired and the exhibits in all departments are larger and more varied than at any previous fair held here. There is an excellent exhibit of live stock, poultry, farm produce, and gar den truck, including vegetables raised by school children of theconmy in com petition. One half of the agricultural hall is taken up with a line display of pigeons, this exhibit being one of the new features of the fair There are about iio(I pigeons on exhibition, most of the birds being owned by local fan ciers. Floral hall is a center of ultra, ions. Among those having exhibits in this buildingare the King Piano company, the Manitowoc Musi, company the I. .1. Andeison Cos Henry Fsch, A I. Packard. Madsen Seed Cos <ieorge Brcs Manitowoc Business college, Manito woc Cos operative Cos Among the other exhibitors tire the Schuctte I ement (Vi., Kmil Teilgen K. (ii Up. Walschlager Cos. There is a large exhibit of pastry, fruits, canned goods, home made wines, etc., etc. There is a fine display of fancy work, etc,, and Die school exhibit is a center of interest and attraction The exhibit of fruit is excellent There is a good display of agricultur al implements and macliim ry. as well as a goodly number of gasoline engines Nor are the wants of the ‘ inner man" left unprovided for. as refreshment booths, where excellent meals may be bad at a reasonable price, abound on the grounds. Tomorrow Friday will be the clos ing day of the fair, and a very large at tendance is expected, as there will lie a half holiday in the city He sure to attend tlie fair to morrow. Come in the morning and stay all day. Some fast horse races are scheduled for tomorrow afternoon This afternoon there will be the and Id trot, with live entries, amt the do trot with four entries The race program opened yesterday afternoon with two races, a special amt the do pace The entries for the races yesterday were as follows Sl’Ki I U„ Horse Owner Residence Floris. Oeo. footway. Manitowoc Alvina .1 II Keith, l,Meen kite Fred Schuch. Nubbins 1 F Streicli, Oshkosh dibit TKitT d.da I'AIT., MaudC dames Carroll, Hilbert Max Adolph Beliuke, Nora It sV. Burke. Manitowoc Daisy Hannecon Panins Bros Dick White D Lindancr. Kankanna DIED John Bonk. null of Mrs M Honk, pass ed away at tti* family home on Frank lin si root last Thursdry. the demise re sulting from consumption The deced ent was horn in tins city. He was one of a family of twenty chihlren, six of whom survive Mr Bonk died about ten months ago. The funeral was held Saturday morn ing from St Mans Catholic church. Mrs John lleinke, a woman of about forty, died suddenly of apoplexy hist week while at work picking cucumbers on the premises of Louis Hartnng near the city of Two Havers She is survived hy a husband and nine chihlren The funeral took place Saturday afternoon from St. John's Lutheran church. Tuesday night Christian (lelbke. a pioneer resident of the city, breathed Ids last at the family home on South Ninth street, after a few days illness, aged seventy nine. The decedent was a shoe maker hy trade. For a number of years he was a member of the city hand and orchestra He leaves a wife and one son, Charles of this city, to mourn his loss. The funeral will take place to morrow afternoon from the home and then from the t ieruiau Keformed church. Mr Uelhke was a member of the tier man odd Fellows and also of the Con cordia Singing society I (StiM kinder, a well Known res ident of the city passed away lit the | fuuiily home on Saturday, his death re- I stilting from a stroke of paralysis which he suffered Aug Horn in Germany in IH.T4, the decedent came to America with Ida parents in t**•>•. remaining a short time in the Hast and then coming here. He is survived by a wife, eight children and his aged father. The children are Mrs. H. Hauer, Mrs tieorge I'feffer; Joseph, a theological student at Baltimore; Rudolph. Irene, Richard, Elizabeth, this city and Otto. Milwaukee, The decedent was a memlier of the t’reier Saenger bund and of troth of the city bands. The funeral took place Tuesday morning at U o'clock from St. Boniface church.