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In time of need is a fat bank account. It will stand by you when all others fail. The way to acquire this fat account is to begin depositing and keep at it. Promptness, courtesy and earful attention to the wants of its customers are some of the features of the Business Policy of this bank. A Bank Book in Your Name Issued by this Banking House, entitles you to every convenience of modern banking. When opening a bank account, you want a safe bank, conveniently located —one whose constant endeavor is to serve you best. On these lines we invite your account. THE NATIONAL GERMAN AMERICAN BANK WAUSAU, WISCONSIN OFFICERS B. HEINEMANN, President H. G. FLIETH, Cashier W. ALEXANDER, Vice-President C. S. GILBERT, Vice-President We Lead On Prescriptions— WtLV ? BECAUSE it is the important part of our business, and at all times receives our most careful attention. BECAUSE We till so many of them that our stock is always fresh and pure, besides being comprehensive and complete. BECAUSE Only skilled, licensed Pharmacists till them. BECAUSE Our system of compounding and re-checking from the doctor’s original order insures absolute accuracy. BECAUSE Physicians know we use Mkkck’s and chemicals, and Parke-Davis & Co’s pharmaceuticals, the world’s best. BECAUSE Our charges are always right and reasonable. PLOSS PHARMACY 510 Third Street Wausau, Wisconsin it —• -v>'" / A > Wr . - . V' " lm~ *- V " V % Doris Moore, who interprets “Peg” in “Peg O' My Heart" at the Grand Opera House, Monday, April 5. SHORT ITEMS. Mathie’s Bock Beer will be on tap ’ on April Ist until after Easter, adv Fok Sale— A rubber-tired carriage and delivery wagon at O. C. Cal lies' paint and wall paper store. adv St. John's new church is far along advanced so as to hold Easter ser vices in that edifice on that day. C. S. Curtis has purchased a new electric limousine for his wife and both are now enjoying the pleasure of it. C. G. Pier has an immense stock of brand new wall paper on hand, and has made a big cut in the price of the high grades for tlie benefit of custom ers. adv It was decided Sunday by St. Mary’s congregation to still improve their church, to newly fresco tlie walls and ceilings of its interior. The new bal conies in tiie church are finished and furnish much more room for its in creasing flock. Those that heard the Lawrence College Glee club the last time it vis ited Wausau were enthusiastic in its praise. Some that have heard it in other places this year say that it is better than ever. The club will give a concert in the Methodist church Saturday, April 10th. adv Rev. Fr. T. Wojack, pastor of St. Michael’s church, was waited upon and surprised Sunday, by a commit tee of his congregation, by being pre sented with a generous fund for the purchase of anew automobile, in recognition of ids faithful services and worthy esteem as their pastor, which words and gift were apprecia bly acknowledged by Father Wojak. BETTER CROPS We are all interested in better and larger crops. We can use them h.-re. and Europe will need our seed grains next year. Wisconsin is the great seed grain State. Mar athon County grown seeds will do well any where. If you are interested in better and larger crops come in and see our Seed Testing Exhibit. This bank has other ways of helping you to make more money. May we help you ? The First National Bank WAUSAU. WIS. Ruder's Bock Beer will be on tap during the Easter holidays. adv Mrs. 11. Honan, Wausau's well known caterer, has accepted a posi tion in the cafe of the Wausau club. Come to our store and see the 1915 styles of wall paper. Styles in wall paper change just like styles in cloth ing—O. C. Callies’ paint and wall paper store. adv Joseph H. Beste, held forsome time on the charge of embezzlement, un derwent his preliminary hearing in municipal court yesterday. The de fendant was held for trial at the May term of said court, his bail bond be ing fixed $l5O for his appearance at that time. Tiie time and opportunity is at hand for tiie purchase of wall paper, and C. G. Pier has just wiiat you want in that line. adv Fred Schubring, of tiie Mohr Lum ber Cos., while superintending tiie switching of some railroad cars at the mill during tiie middle of the fore noon today, was caught between two cars and severely injured about tne body: luckily, however, no bones were found broken, lie was brought home and at present writing is rest- J ing comfortably and expects to be 5 out again in a few days. Joseph Shelbrach of the town of Pike Lake, wanted on a charge of non-support of his wife, Frances Shellbrach. was arrested near Kemp ster Sunday. He was arraigned in municipal court yesterday and the date of his hearing was set for Wednesday, April 7th. In default of a bail bond #I.OOO Shellbrach was lodged in the county jail for safe keeping and until his next appearance in court. Some of those Pike Lakers are an obstreperous bunch. TOURNAMENT ENDED After two weeks of continual bowl ing the first annual bowling tourna ment of the city of Wausau finished itsschedule. A more successful tourn ament than the one just completed could not have been held. Practically every bowler who rolls any kind of a score entered. They couldn’t perhaps win high score prizes, but they had a chance for the concealed prizes; but then besides this there was the fel lowship afforded. No bowler could help but have his fun; something was going on all the time. A large number of the concealed prizes have been already awarded and all of the prizes not yet distributed will be given to their winners the lat ter part of this week. The success ef the tournrment this year will war rent that there will be another one next year. The five-men teams, two-men teams and those in the singles who stood at the front are as follows: FIVE-MEN TEAMS M. &. G 2816 K. of P. No. 1 2697 Owl Specials 2679 Wiechmann’s Drugs 2644 Wilke Jewelers No. 2 2636 TWOMEN TEAMS r J Krause-F. Krause 1055 Zielsdorf-F. Krause 1052 Morgan-MacDonnel 1036 Henry-Single 1026 Johnson-Bopf 1022 SINGLES E. Henry 702 I). Gooding 595 Bopf 585 Henke 565 L. Johnson 554 R. Deutsch 553 A. Kiefer 548 Erickson 547 Zielsdorf 541 11. Damon 536 HERE FROM ST. PAUL. Miss Mabel A. Rusch, who is a teacher in the deaf school at St. Paul, is in the city visiting her mother and other relatives. The first day school for deaf in the state of Minnesota was opened September, 1913, by Miss Rusch. Through the influence of parents and teacher of the deaf child ren, a bill was introduced into the Minnesota legislature asking for state aid for these schools. The demon strations by the children are respon sible for the unanimous vote in its favor in the assembly. The bill is at present pending in the senate. The action is expected to be in its favor as all senate committees recommend ed it favorably. Kenneth Schultz, a protege of Minnesota’s bachelor Gov ernor, is one of the pupils greatly ad mired by the legislators. He is ten years old and has been deaf since one year of age. Ilis ability to talk about the European war and men in the political world is considered wonder ful. Elizabeth Hertensteiner, a little girl of seven, is spending the week in the city w ith Miss Rusch. Her alert ness and quick response both in ac tion and speech won the hearts of the law makers. Many Wausau girls are interested in the deaf work. They no doubt will be interested to learn of the at tempt to enlarge the field. “PEG 0’ MY HEART.” Oliver Morosco's splendid produc tion of J. Hartley Manner’s comedy of youth, “Peg O’ My Heart” w ill be the attraction at the Grand Opera House next Monday night. The title role will be played by Noris Moore, a re markably pretty and clever aspirant for histrionic honors. She was select ed by Mr. Morosco to succeed Laurette Taylor, as being idealistic for the part. The supporting cast is one of more then usual ability, as it is a pick of the best material of the five companies that toured the country in “Peg” last season. J. Irving White, who plays the part of Mintgomery Hawkes in the Morosco production of “Peg O’ My Heart,” which is due at the Grand Opera House Monday night in the near future, was Alma Chefter’s leading man when she headed her own company throughout the south and middle west. EUROPE WILL BE SHORT OF SEED GRAINS. If Europe continues much longer in a warfare of destruction she will be come destitute of everything. One thing is apparent at this time. Europe must some day call on us for Seed Grains. Wisconsin lias long been famous for its seed grains. The farmers of our county are just beginning to grow pure bred seeds. From all appearances it would be a safe proposition for our farmers to give this their earne-t consideration and prepare now, this year, to meet this demand for pure bred seed grain. - ,. Growing purebred grains is always profitable. Most of our farmers will have to buy seed grains. Would it not be a good idea to get tiie best, prepare tiie land carefully and grow a crop of tiie best, and tie ready for tiie coming demand# SINGING SCHOOL. The Boostertown singing school will give a concert and exhibition at the Presbyterian meeting house in this city, on Tuesday evening. April 13th. Tiie names of the performers will appear in the next edition of this paper. TO FARMERS. We have three different parties who want to purchase so-acre farms: mist have good improvements. We also have customers who want to ex change city property for farms: call at the Pilot office. Crocker-Tiuyer Land Cos. EASTER SUNDAY. Next Sunday is Easter and at the Var ious Churches of Wausau There Willi be Special Sermons and Special Husic. At the Universalist church there will be a holy Thursday service with communion at 7:45 in the evening. On Sunday morning there will be an Easter service with reception of new members into the church. Special Easter music will be rendered. An Easter concert will be given by the Sunday school children at twelve o’clock Sunday, the usual Sunday school hour. Following is the pro gram : Prelr.de Jensen "Holy, Holy. Holy” Invocation Gloria Responsive Psalms. 93—100 Anthem—“ They Have Taken Away My Lord” Stainer Scripture Heading—ls:XXV Anthem—“ Christ Our Passover" Schilling Prayer Solo—Selected Miss Mary ilanrer Offertory— Berceuse Dalbruck Hyinr. 53d—"The Strife Is O’er” Sermon—“A Religion of Power" Hymr. do2—“Christ Is Risen” Benediction Hosanna Wachs * * * On Good Friday morning at ten o'clock, there will be a service and communion at St. Paul’s Evangelical church. On Easter Sunday morning special service with communion and Easter music. A sacred concert will be given on Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A class of twenty-five were confirmed this year, who will go to communion for the first time on Friday morning. On Easter Monday a service will be held at 10 o’clock a. m * * * At St. John’s Episcopal church ser vices are being held every morning at 7:30 o’clock in the ladies’ chapel and at 9:30 o'clock in the guild hall until Friday when the three hour service wiil be lieid. On Easter Sunday there will be special Easter services in the auditorium of the new church. Special Easter music will also be rendered. * * * At the Trinity Lutheran Church there w ill be a service Thursday even ing a,nd communion will be held .in connection with the service. There will also be services at the Trinity church Friday morning. On Sunday there will be Easter services and communion, and on Easter Monday morning at ten o’clock a service. * * * Thursday evening there will be a service and communion at Zion’s Evangelical Lutheran church at 7:30 o’clock, and on G3od Friday morning at ten o’clock a service. On Easter Sunday special service and commun ion. Special music will be rendered Theie will also be an Easter Monday service. * * * Thursday evening there will be a service and communion at St. Steph en's Evangelical Lutheran church. On Friday morning there will also be a service and the confirmation class, numbering fifty-two, will go to com munion. Easter Sunday there will be a special service and appropriate music. * * * The usual holy week services will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic church. On Thursday and Friday, mass will be said at nine o’clock in the morning and on Saturday blessings will be made at seven o’clock, and mass at nine o’clock. Special Easter service Sun day and special singing. * * * At the First Methodist church there will be services every night this week excepting Saturday evening. On Easter Sunday a special Easter sermon will be preached by Rev. Richard Evans. On Easter Sunday evening a musical program will be rendered. * * * At St. Michael’s church there will be mass on Thursday and Friday mornings at nine o’clock, and on Sat urday morning at eight o’clock. On Easter Sunday morning there w ill be a five o’clock mass. There will be special music on Easter Sunday. * * * At. the Baptist church next Sunday morning the Easter sermon will be given by Supt. S. B. Tobey. Special Easter music will also be given. On tiie following Sunday the Christian Endeavor society will take charge of the service. * * * Thursday evening there w:’l be a service at 7:30 o’clock at the Norweg ian Immanuel Lutheran church with communion. Easter service Sunday morning at 10:15 o’clock with music suitable to that day. * * * At Rothschild the Easter morning sermon will be preached at 10:30 o’clock by Rev. Donald S. West. There will be communion and recep tion of members in connection with the service. * * * Dr. Ganfield of Carroll college, Wau kesha, will preach the Easter Sunday morning and evening sermons at the First Presbyterian church. Special Easter music will be rendered. * * * At tlie German Methodist church services are being held every evening this week at 7:30 o’clock excepting Saturday. Special service and sing ing ou Easter Sunday. * * * St. Omer Commanderv, No. 19, K. TANARUS., will attend services at St. John's church at three o'clock Easter Sun day afternoon. Rev. John Lloyd will preach the sermon. * * * At St. James’ Catholic church the usual holy week services will be ob served. Faster Sunday a special ser vice and special music will be had. ;Sext Sunday afternoon at two o'clock Rev. Donald S. West will preach an Easter sermon at tiie Hull Memorial chapel. * * There will be an Easter service at the Underwood Memorial chapel Sun day evening at 7:30 o'clock by Rev. S. West. ♦ * * A Union Young People's Meeting will be held in the First Methodist church at seven o'clock Easter mor ning. ON A LONG TRIP. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Delaney w ill depart next Thursday on a long trip. They will go from here to Al ton. Kansas, where they will visit the family of the late Richard Delaney, and after a week's stay there will go to Colorado Springs. Denver. Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco to see tiie Exposition. From there they will go up into Washington to visit relatives, and will probably return home by the way of the Panama Canal. WEATHER REPORT. The following is the weather re port from the government records in charge of A. A. Babcock, Jr.: March Max. Min. 24 47 above 32 above 25 47 ” 20 '• 2fi 36 8 “ 27 26 “ 17 “ 2# 37 “ 14 “ 29 22 “ 11 “ 30 33 •* 9 “ WAUSAU PILOT. i SOCIETY ITEMS 3 Wedding announcements have been received in Wausau by the friends of Miss Martha Louise Claussen of Val paraiso. Ind.. and Mr. John Samuel May of Platteville. Wis., announcing their marriage at Valparaiso last Wednesday. The ceremony was performed at the beautiful rural home of Mr. and Mrs. William Aipen. Only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties witnessed the ceremony, which was performed by Pastor C. W. Baer. Miss Huldali Barneko, cousin of the bride, played the wedding march as the bride and groom unattended entered the spac ious living room, where the vows were taken. The bride was attired in a oeautiful pink gown and wore at her waist a bouquet of lilies of the valley. Following the ceremony a two course wedding luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. May will be at home after May Ist at Elmo, Wis. The bride and groom are well and favorably known in Wausau. Mrs. May was em ployed by the Wisconsin Valley Im provement company as stenographer and bookkeeper and also by the local weather bureau for some time. Mr. May was formerly principal of the Grant school of this city. Last Wednesday evening Arbutus Lodge No. 15, Daughters of Rebekah were the hostesses at a charming card party in the I. O. O. F. hall. Rumey and cinch were played at twelve tables. The fortunate prize winners for the evening were as follows: Rumey, highest score, gents— Edward L. Bucbmiller, first; ladies— Miss Della Schmeling. first and Miss Leona Schmeling consolation prize. In cinch, highest scores, ladies—Mrs. C. Giesler, first; gents—W. W. Allen; consolation prize, ladies—Miss Marg aret Schneider, and gents—Charles Woehlert. Following the interesting card games, dainty refreshments were served. The members of Arbutus Lodge are giving a series of parties and the proceeds will be used for the purchase of a piano. Mrs. J. L. Kiefer and Mrs. D. M. Ploss were hostesses at two pleasant auction parties given on Thursday and Friday afternoons. On Thursday the guests were entertained at the Kiefer home on Warren street. Seven tables were occupied and the highest scores were won by Mrs. M. A. Hur ley and Mrs. J. M. Kuebler. The Friday party was given at the home of Mrs. Ploss on Franklin street, twenty eight guests being entertained. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ray Chartier and Mrs. C. M. Rugg. Both homes were prettily decorated and on each occasion a delicious supper was served at five o’clock. —I-H The Ladies Aid society of the Pres byterian church will give a picnic supper in the church parlors Wednes day in place of having the regular society. The members and other ladies of the congregation are to bring baskets which will be auctioned off u> uie husbands. The social rooms will be beautifully decorated to re semble a woods and picnic ground. A marshmellow roast will be one of the evening’s enjoyments. The Monday Evening Study club met at the home of Mrs. W. E. Cur tis last evening, the usual attendance being present. Following was the program : Roll Call—Current Events. Phoebe; Woodpecker—Miss Hunt ington. Wren; Blackbird—Miss Manson. Leader—Mrs. Curtis. A Sunday sehool class caked The Loyalty Boys of the First Presbyter ian church ga e a very interesting entertainment at the church last evening. They were assisted in the entertainment by help outside of their own class. The boys are plan ning on a camping trip this summer and the proceeds will go towards that pleasure. —f* *4— Mrs. F. W. Burt entertained a num ber of friends on Wednesday evening at her home on East hill. Two tab les of auction were in play and the prize was awarded to Mrs. L. E. Spencer. Each guest was also pre sented with an appropriate souvenir. The affair was both pleasant and informal. Mrs. J. H. Yost of Mosinee will en tertain Wausau ladies all day Thurs day in honor of Miss A. Pitts of Wau kesha. The ladies will leave for Mosinee in the morning and return to their homes iiere in the evening. Mrs. Arthur Schmidt, 708 Grand avenue, will entertain a party of Miss Henrietta Nauerhering's friends at a miscellaneous shower this evening for Miss Sauerhering. -4- —h Next Monday being the first Mon day of the month, there will be no general meeting of the Ladies’ Liter ary club and no meetings of the de partments of the club. Miss A. Pitts,of Waukesha is the complimented guest at a pleasant af ternoon party given by Mrs. B. A. Benson at her home, 914 Warren street, today. Misses Marie and Alta Colby will be the hostesses at an afternoon party on Friday given for Miss A. Pitts. REXALL WEEK Began Monday, March 29, Ends Saturday, April 3 This week will be known all over the United States, Great Britain and Canada as “REXALL WEEK.’ During all this week the REXALL Stores everywhere will make many special offers that will save you money. REXALL regular prices are low —every preparation or article sold under this trade mark represents big value for the money. There are over 7,000 REXALL Stores. Instead of buying small lots of raw material, to be used in man ufacturing individual lines of household remedies, these 7,000 druggists bunch their orders, secure quantity dis counts, and reduce operating expenses by doing their combined manufacturing under one roof. Anything bear ing the REXALL trade mark is sold with a guarantee of satisfaction or money back. The reduction in price on REXALL preparations and articles is an added inducement to you to become acquainted with this store and REXALL goods. Be sure to come this week. You’ll save money on any of the articles shown at my store. Our service is exactly what you want it to be; courteous, prompt, willingness to give you just what you want as quickly as proper attention will permit. Bert Schwanberg Druggist and Optician Opposite Court House The Rexali Drug Store Phone 1105 The Art and Literature Depart m;nt of the Ladies' Literary club have decided not to repeat their play, ‘•The Gentle Jury.’’ which was re cently given at the Club house with great success. Many of the ladies found it impossible to give their time for another entertainment and conse quently the affair has been indetinite- Iv postponed. This will be a disap pointment to many who wished to see the play. DEATH OF JOHN STEWART. John Stewart of Elburn,' 111., a brother of the late Alexander Stewart of this city, died last Friday, March 26th, 1915.' at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. J. S. Watson. He was 89 years of age. having been born in near Fredericton, N. 8., in 1820. In 1848 he went to St. Charles where he worked as a wood chopper. A year later northern Wisconsin attracted his at tention and lie and his brother Alex ander “hiked” to Wausau, and here they went to work at £l6 a month. They lived together and cooked their own meals until they had saved enough to purchase a bit of timber land which was the start of their enormous holdings, acquiring tract after tract. The Stewart Brothers formed a partnership in those early days of Wausau which lasted through their lives and they became very wealthy. Alexander Stewart became congressman of this district, and oe died in Washington, D. C., on the 2*th day of May, 1912. He was born on the 12th day of Sept., 1829. and his remains rest in the family mausoleum in Pine Grove cemetery in this city. John Stewart realizing that at best, his stay on earth could not be long, started as early as 1913, to give away his fortune to his children, and to charitable institutions. He is cred ited with giving away about £1,500,000 in this way. Death came before lie had fairly commenced this work as he is said to have possessed a very large fortune. Mr. Stewart served several terms in the Illinois legislature. He is sur vived by a son, Thomas B. Stewart, and three danghters, Mrs. .). S. Wat son of Elburn, 111., Mrs. John Alex ander of Aurora, 111., and Mrs. R. D. Nichols of Elkhart. Ind. The funeral services were held from the home in Elburn this afternoon. Those who attended from this city were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alexander and son, Judd, and daughter, Miss Ruth. Ruder’s Bock Beer will be on tap during the Easter holidays. adv The question box in St. .Tames church during each Sunday in lent, has kept Rev. Fr. Brennan busy answering all interrogations pro pounded and iio seems to get there with answers quite cleverly and satis factorily. He is to further proceed with them for an indefinite period. See C. G. Pier’s new and mammoth stock of wall paper when ai>out to purchase paper for spring decorating. A big sla&h in prices fur the high grades. Don’t fail to see his stock before purchasing of others. adv Those that heard the Lawrence College Glee club the last time it vis ited Wausau were enthusiastic in its praise. Some that have heard it in other places this year say that it is better than ever. The club will give a concert in the Methodist church Saturday, April 10th. adv WAUSAU SHARPSHOOTERS. The score of the regular Sunday shoot was as follows • CLASS A. King Union F. Mathie 222 66 Paul Weinkauf 220 68 O. Mueller 210 64 Albert Kahn 191 67 CLASS B. J. Werle 210 57 G. Mueller. 186 65 S. Schneider 181 Chas. Wegner 175 48 FLOWERS FOR EASTER In the Home, in the Church, Everywhere Flowers Radiate the Easter Spirit. We have a Complete Assortment of Plants and Cut Flowers. LUNDS STORE 607 THIRD STREET. PHONE 3441 GREENHOUSES. 914 GRAND AVENUE. PHONE 1183 25 YEARS*EXPERIENCE Fitting Eyes and Understand It Thoroughly If Von Have J i&iL ! Any Eye Trouble Come to us and have your eyes looked over. Nine-tenths* of all headaches comes from eye troubles. We can cure you. C. H. INGRAHAM JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 516 THIRD STREET *Boys and Girls Will You Work For Us ? You know of someone who will build or remodel and they will want some electric wiring or lighting If you are the firs'; to give us this information we will give you a numbered receipt. If w r e get the job you are entitled to an 85c flash light or some thing of equal value which you may choose from our stock free. To the boy or girl who gives us the first information on the most jobs we will give a cash prize of $3.00; a second cash prize of S2.UO will be given to the secoud highest successful worker. THIS CONTEST CLOSES SEPT. 1, 1915. Bring us this information as soon as you hear about it. WORK FOR JOHNSON Pr. iierijiai) T. Schlegel Practice limited to the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and the Fitting of Glasses f 9 a. m.to 12 m. McCrossen Block Hmnm- 1 1:30 P- ra t () 5 P- m ' 7to .8 Tuesday and Saturday evenings soi Third St. (.Sunday 9 to 10 a. m. ’ Telephoneio46 Dr. H. F. Delmore DENTIST Telephone 3379 No. 6, Livingston Building Office ’Phone 1507 Res.‘l’hone Il9l> Dr. Forrest H. Frey Physician and Surgeon Associated with 308 Scott St. I)It. EMILE ROY. WAUSAU. WIS.