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THE HONEST ARTISAN FINDS A REWARD FOR WORK WELL DONE BEYOND THE MEASURE OF ANY WAGE INDUCEMENT
A Hr insv Ice company Ku WISCONSIN * Frank Seefeldt CONTRACTOR BUILDER of l k ! nds Repairing Residence 612 Fulton Street Office —Telephone No. 1619 k All Work Promptly Done ORDER Windows and Doors For Your New Home From J. CO. 1009 Third St. WAUSAU, WIS. When Building See Anderson Bros. & Johnson Cos. Manufacturers of Columns and Building Stone In Our Celebrated “Ruby," Partridge and Deer Bluff Granites Quarries At Granite Heights Plant and Office at Wausau, Wis. HENRY DENFELD CHARLES WEISBROD DENFELD&WEISBRDD General Painters Paper Hangers and Decorators Dealers in Wall Paper OFFICE 308 FOREST ST. A New and Extensive Line of Wall Papers at Lowest Prices Read the Wausau Pilot. I I , Advertise in the Wausau Pilot. Order Your Job Printing at the Wausau Pilot. YY/E pay sick and accider ** benefits together with life insurance. Send me your name, address and date of birth. We will submit a proposition by mail. B. F. WILSON, Pres. JAMES MONTGOMERY Manager Home Office Agency I—/>-A1 —/>-A n f—" I—>1 — > /\ E Ai — \A /O I~T* IrC only the best and most thoroughly seasoned rUlx I IAMBIC YVUI \i\ lumber should be used. For if the frame shrinks the whole building suffers. Get our lumber and there'il be no shrinking and no damage. You will tind it pays far better in the end. n„To67 Jacob Mortenson Lumber Cos., Shingle™ Start Your Building Account With THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Small Amounts Accepted Wm. Zimmer Exclusive Decorations Phone No. 1540 1114 FIFTH STREET Mathfe's Bock Beer will be on lap on April Ist until after Easter. adv Herman E. Marciuardt, city comp troller. wiio has been very ill at his home, is improving and his friends hope for a speedy recovery. Miss I‘ufi will be at the public library all day Thursday. She will t* very .glad at that time to help anyone. who may wish help with any i of their garden problems this spring. There w ill also be on display all the l?est garden books and catalogues. Let Us Help You Build Your Home Sundav. Rev L P. Peeke of Fond du Lac supplied the Presbyterian pulpit at the morning and evening service. At the morning service special music for Palm Sunday was rendered by the choir, and at the evening service the cirls' choir furn ished the music. W. H. Smale, who has been just able to get around since his injury in Milwaukee a year or more ago. has been notitied that he won his case in the supreme court last week. He sued the Washer Mfg. Cos. of Milwau- WAUSAU PILOT. EASTER CARRIES WITH IT the custom of having “something new and something good” for your new or prospective home. Choose some of cur furnitu:e and have some thing attractive and durable as well. If you do not care to purchase a whole suit, we have a wealth of odd pieces to select from. Any one of them would be a superb Easter gift to yourself. CHAS. HELKE Phone 1101 311 Fourth St. Marathon County Granite Cos. will be pleased to lur nish you Foundation Rock at 53.00 a cord at the plant. Phone 1343 N. End Second St. RADUECHEL & LIETZ PROMPT SERVICE PLUMBERS Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water and Vapor Heating PNEUMATIC WATER SYSTEM Telephone No. 1515 522 Third Street kee for damages and was given 10,000 by the Sower court. Next Sunday is Easter, the Chris tian passover and festival of the resur rection of Christ, as every intelligent Christian person knows and respects. In nearly all Christian countries the recurrence of Easter has been cele brated with various ceremonies and popular sports and obeervancTS. Friends of Mrs. J A. Underwood and her daughters, Misses Susan and Louise, have received cards from them and they are now in Pasadena. Of Course You ll Wire It | Later You 11 Want the Lighting Fixtures You can always wiring and switches should he put in right. WM. SELL DEALER IN HARDWARE STOVES, FURNACES Tinshop in Connection The largest and most com plete assortment of builders’ hardware in the city. Also sell the best line of Furnaces made. 514 Third Street Telephone 1936 A, B, Wheeler & Son Cos. Plumbing, Vapor, Steam and Hot Water Plants Designed and Installed. Private Water Supply lor Coun try Homes. Largest Stock oi Pipe, Fittings aria Valves in the City. Save Money by Letting us Esti mate on Your Work. ART. ROLLER WINNER OF TIIE $.3.00 IN GOLD. Harvey Nelson Contractor AND Plasterer Special Interior and Exterior Work 619 Werle Avenue Phone 2330 ALL WOPK PROMPTLY DONE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED From that eitv they will go to San Diego and San Francisco to visit the expositions, and may later go to Hon olulu. Thev are all well and enjoy ing the trip. Mrs. Underwood's son. Herbert, and his wife of Boston are traveling with them. In circuit court, Saturday. Mrs. Anna Anderson was granted a divorce Saturday from her has band, Martin Anderson, the defendant being or dered to pay the costs in the case, amounting to $20.00. It was also or dered that their four children be taken care of at the orphans’ home of the United Norwegian Lutheran church at Wittenberg and that the father f>ay the sum of #IO.OO a month for the r'support, until they are 18 years of age. WANTS Wanted—' Two dining room girls at. once. No summer resort. Good wages. R. O'Neill, Burlington. Wis. PERSONALS. —I). C. Everest returned from Chi cago on Saturday. —E. C. Daw ley returned home from Chicago on Saturday. —Ray Chartier returned home from a trip to Milwaukee on Satur day. —W. L. Edmonds was in Cincinnati during the past week, on a business visit. —Dr. A. W. Trevitt departed Fri day for a business trip in northern Michigan. Miss Margaret Clark is expected home from Belmont. Wis., tomorrow to spend Easter. —Charles Thrasher arrived home Saturday morning from Beloit college to spend Easter. —M. M. Secor returned to the city Saturday morning from a business trip to New York. —Karl Schmidt and George Ruder, students at the state university, will spend Easter in Wausau. —Miss Phoebe Jones is expected home from the state university at Madison to spend Easter. —AriStol/.e is expected home Thurs day evening from Madison. He is attending the university. —George Silbernagel. a student at the state university, will arrive home Thursday to spend Easter. Wells Turner, who is attending the state university, is expected home this week to spend Easter. —Mr- and Mrs. B. F. Wilson, who have been at Hot Springs, Ark., re turned home on Saturday. —Miss Clara Ruder, who attends Milwaukee Downer, will arrive home this evening to spe id Easter. —Miss Mary Anderson of Milwau kee Downer, will arrive home tomor row morning to spend Easter. —Norton Kelly, who is attending Beloit college, will arrive home today or tomorrow to spend Easter. —Miss Hazel Menier is expected home from the Steveus Point normal, Friday evening to spend Easter. —Miss Esther Ivriskey, who attends the Stevens Point normal, is expected home Wednesday to spend Easter. —Mrs. N. Douville of Mosinee, vis ited friends in this city Sunday, re turning home on the evening train. —Miss Grace Turner is visiting at her home here. Miss Turner is a stu dent at Ferry Hall, Lake Forest, 111. —Miss Elizabeth Mathie, who is at tending Ferry Hall, at Lake Forest, 111., is spending a week at her liame here. —Miss Gale Ross is expected this week from Kemper Hall, at. Kenosha, to spend Easter at her home in Scho tield. 0 —Miss Mary Sturtevant is spending the Easter vacation at her home in this city. She is teaching at i’ewau kee, Wis. —Charles Barwig, who attends St. John’s Academy at Dclatield, is ex pected home Easter Monday for a week’s visit. —Mrs. W. L. Covey went to Chicago yesterday morning to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Christiansen. —Miss Norma Edmonds, who at tends Downer college at Milwaukee, will arrive home tomorrow evening to spend Easter. —Mrs. Elvira Dickens returned to the city Friday from Menomonie, w here she had been visiting nearly all of the past winter. —Miss Audrey Miller will spend Easter at her home in this city Miss Miller attends the Milwaukee Con servatory of Music. - Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Fricke and little daughter, departed for California on Saturday, where they will make their home. * —Misses Linda and Esther Werle will arrive home tomorrow evening to spend Easter. They are students at the Stevens Point normal. —Miss Marie Hildensperger is ex pected home from the state university to spend Plaster with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hildensperger. —Mrs. Walter Grell of Milwaukee will arrive in Wausau next week for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Deutsch. —Talbot Montgomery, who is at tending Carroll college, arrived in Wausau Saturday morning arid will spend Easter at his home here. —Miss Esther Deutsch, who attends the North western school at Evans ton, will spend Easter with her sister, Mrs. Walter Grell, at Milwaukee. —MissGenevieve Edmonds departed for Chicago Sunday evening, where she will resume her studies at the University after a week’s vacation. —Miss A. Pitts, of Waukesha, a sister of Mrs. W. O. Carrier, arrived in Wausau last evening and is a guest at the home of Mrs. ft. A. Benson. —Miss Jeannette Reid is expected in the city Thursday morning from Milwaukee Downer to spend Easter with her parents, Judge and Mrs. A. H. Reid. —Louis Pradt will arrive home Thursday to spend Easter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. L. A. Pradt. Mr. Pradt is a student in the state university. —Miss Esther Braun of Athens, came to this city Friday for a visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs. W. W. Waterhouse. She will return to her home Thursday. —Mrs. John A. Meld of Milwaukee, came to the city Friday to attend the funeral of her uncle, Henry Mehl. She will remain for a time visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Mehl. —Misses Margart Laut, Mary Mead ows, Madeline Komers, Evelyn Nicolls and Mineftawa Lam pert, students at Lawrence college, have been visiting at their homes in this city for a week. They return to Appleton today. —Otto Mathie and John Dern spent Friday and Saturday in Milwaukee. Through the kindness of John A. Mehl, son-in-law of Anton Mehl of this city, they saw much of the his torical part of Milwaukee on Satur day. including the life saving station on Jones’ Island. The day was fin ished witii a fish dinner at the home of the postmaster of the island. SOME RACE MEETINGS. London is to have her regular horse races this year, notwithstanding the European war in which she is stren ously engaged This section of the country is also to nave hers as usual, including special trials of speed in this city on July sth arid 6th. Seven races are to be pulled off with $2,000 in nurses to be given, Dr. G. A. Mills, speed superintendent in charge and who is in correspondence with other Wisconsin cities to form a summer circuit and to be under the auspices of the Marathon County Agricultural Society. The next by the Wisconsin Short Ship circuit and under the auspices of the Central Wisconsin Fair circuit, j At a recent meeting of the latter or ! ganization trie following named : gentlemen were elected as officers : Pres 11. ft. Williams. Marshfield. Yice-Pres—-Dr. J. K. O Reiliey, I Merrill. Sec’y and Treas—Dr. C. A. Mills, Wausau. The places and dates set for the j later races are : Marshfield—Aug. 1", Is, 15* and 20. Merrill—Aug. 25. 2b, 27 and 2s. Wausau—Aug. 31, Sept. 1, 2 and 3. Stevens Point—Slept. 7,8, f* and 10. i Classes have out yet been male out. About 415.000 will be gneu in purses.