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fl WILLMAR EAST AND WEST LAKE LILLIAN East and "West Lake Lillian, May 27, 1912—Mr and Mrs Oscar Lundquist of Svea spent Sunday with Mr Lundquist's parents Mr and Mrs Gust Wickersheim gave a dance last Saturday evening in honor of Miss Olson, teacher in school dis trict No 89 The Norwegian Lutherans served ice cream and cake at the church Sunday and a large number of people were pres ent Misses Alma and Lillie Larson of Cos mos attended the dance at Wicker ahelm's Henry Lobnitz has been putting in wells for Ward and Robert Hard ing Miss Eveline McKeivey spent Sunday at the Lundquist home Victor Lundquist and wife spent Sun day in Renville county fr Ward had the misfortune of losing one of his horses while on his way home from Bird Island last Tues day. Willie Lundquist and Miss Eveline McKeivey were Willmar callers Monday Miss Emily and Mr Charley Flann at tended the picnic at Ole Solomon's Sat urday. Mr. Lofgren and daughter Miss Sel ma spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the Cederberg home John Leberg and Erlck Erickson were dt Willmar on business Wednesday. JClM-BiAV school teacher In the Lob- •****!*%%&* %y f* The more untrammeled your child's life is with unnecessary donts, the better adult 'twill be. There's absolute freedom in PONY STOCKINGS fOR CHILMIEN They'll let a child play or romp as it will—and they'll be there without holes or tears. You see the heels and toes are knit with four threads—the kneei and soles doable strength with the finest quality Sea Island Cotton. The dyes are rich, fast and hygienic. These stockings will stand the hardest service the most energetic youngsters can give them. They're cool, com fortable and "dressy." Gome in and see them today, we know you and your children will be greatly pleased. Made in many styles— school, romp and dress. Wayne Knit Pony Hosiery ,for Boys and Girls, 25c a pair LET THE CHILDREN'S FEET GROW AS THEY SHOULD In order to secure perfect fitting footwear for children, ask for Educator Shoes. They are made correctly, give feet plenty of room in the right places and cost no more than other makes. ONE LOTOF CHILDREN'S OXFORDS consisting of odds and ends, for merly sold up to $1.75, closing at $1.00 a pair. If you can find the right size it is a bargain. nitz district, gave a picnic Thursday at Lake Lillian which was enjoyed by the old as well as the young John Leberg marketed a load of hogs at Bird Island Mondav Miss Otterness, who teaches school at Ole Solomonson's, gave a picnic Satur day John Leberg hauled five loads of flax to Bird Island last week Tne Swedish Lutherans held their coffee social last Friday evening at the home of Mrs Ole Linn and was enjoyed by all present •SOMHSSSMSSI HOBurar PETERSON & WELLIN The roaas between Lake Lillian and East i^ake Lillian are in a bad condition and it is about time they were being looked after Mr and Mrs Ed Bruggeman spent Sunday with Mrs. Bruggeman's parents, Mr and Mrs Susens. Last Saturday evening at the Chris tine church occurred the marriage of Miss Hattie Erickson, oldest daughter of Mr -and Mrs Ole E Erickson, to Mr Axel Lundquist Both parties are well known in this community and have the hearty congratulations of all for a long life of wedded happiness, x-n their re turn from the church they were greeted bv a charivari party. Mr and Mrs Lundquist will be at home to their friends at the Lundquist residence Misses Esther and Anna Nickelson left today for a couple of weeks' visit with relatives and friends at Sioux Falls. SEASONABLE WEARING APPAREL FOR YOU AT The Leading Store Kuppenheimer Clothes for Men If you are looking for a suit that will meet every re quirement imaginable, get a Kuppenheimer. They are built on correct lines, care-fully tailored,snappy TVTceMrfect. $15.00 to $25.00 EXCUBS10N TO CANADA A Low Round Trip May Be Secured for a Trip to Canada First' Week in June. There will be an excursion to lea\ Willmar about June 19th to the be^t and finest farming country in Can ada, where there is prairie, timber and lakes, the same as in Kandiyohi county, where they raise 40 bushels of wheat, 60 of barley and 80 bush els of oats to the acre and when you buy a quarter section of land we lo cate you on anoih quarter section homestead free of charge. Low price and easy terms on all our lands. The round trip ticket from Willmar .will cost $20.00. For fur ther particulars call on John C. Forsberg at the Baklund Studio. Willmar, Minn., who represents the Scandinavian-Canadian Land Com pany of Minneapolis and Chicago. Remember the first week in June. Messrs Gudmand Karwand and S E Stansberry of Winmar, August Mag-' nuson, J. Jarrett and G. C. Haug of Pennock and Patrick ^awler of Kandi yohi left today to attend the democrat ic state convention at Duluth. willmar Tritou**, w*df-t*»*4l*y, Jurt# NE W STYLE S FO SUMME Price $3.00 Also Complete Line of Straw Hats 25© to $3.00 MINNESOTA Stricken With Paralysis. Samuel Porter, the well-known attor ney at Willmar, was found unconscious in his beu Monday morning, having suf fered a stroke of paralysis during the night All efforts to revive him seemed hopeless the first day, but he gradually recovered so that at the latest report he had regained consciousness and was able to speak in a low voice His son, Albert Porter, of Minneapolis, came home, and is assisting in the care of his father Notice. Notice is hereby given that Tuesday of each week has been established as the day for hauling rubbish, etc, to the City Dump Ground in Sperry's Ad dition, and that no dumping is allowed at said dump grounds except on that day By order of the City Council Dated Willmar, June 3, 1912 St HAN S GUNDERSON, City Clerk Rev A Lind, enroute for his home at Oakland, Calif, after attending the General Conference in Mineapolis, Sun dayed in Willmar, a guest of Rev. Theo. Livingstone. He delivered a very in teresting sermon at the Swedish Metho dist church, of wh.ch Rev. Lind was formerly the pastor. Mrs. Oscar Nelson of i-argo. N D., came to Willmar yesterday, called here by the serious illness of her brother, Attorney 8. Porter- ,..« frmoM annuo* os miraro Capital Vanishment Slseusssd. Unani mous for Ohnroh Union. Stand by Park Begion. The Synod convention last Saturday morning was devoted to a discussion of the commandment, "Thou shalt not kill." The subject was opened by an able pa per by Rev. D. C. Jordahl of Norway Lake. The discussion, which was an interesting one, was based on seven points designated in Rev. Jordahl's ad dress. 1st. In this commandment the Lord aims to protect human life 2nd With the word "kill" is under stood not "only what may destroy the life of a neighbor or injure him or de tract from his welfare, but also every thing that would indirectly cause him such damage 3rd This may be done in the heart, by the outward demeanor, by words and by action. 4th. The crime of murder is consid ered with regard to the condition of the mind of the party guilty of the same, also in regard to the method by which it is committed, and also in regard to the person or persons on whom it is committed 5th Suicide, while not a sin directly committed against one's neighbor, nev ertheless is forbidden in this command ment. This crime may also be consid ered with respect to the mental condi tion of the party guilty of the same 6th The commandment does not ap ply to capital punishment by duly con stituted authorities, nenner when com miued in personal self defense 7 th. This commandment applies to us an to the end that we shall help pro tect our neighbor and his interests To do this we must apply the golden rule to love our neighDor as ourself, to speak well of him and to assist him in trou ble The fourth point relating to capital punishment especially led to an inter esting discussion At the Saturday afternoon session the matter of union with the other church bodies, especially the United Church, was taken up and discussed A lengthy printed report was distributed, giving the articles of faith as agreed upon by the committees representing the Synod church, the United Lutheran church and the Hauge Synod These deliberations were not concluded Saturday but an in formal ballot was taken to see how the Synod stood on the proposition It lesulted 116 votes in favor of tne union, 6 against and 14 not voting Tins ques tion was again taken up on Monday af ternoon arid Tuesday morning and it was finally agreed unanimously to adopt the report of the committees, thereby de claring that there is a virtual union in faith with the United Church Should this action of the Minnesota district be also taken at the meetings of the four other districts of the Synod, theie will be no need or an extra session of the Synod this fall to discuss this matter There is no immediate amalgamation of the two organizations in prospect but the first steps would be to remove all conflict in home missions to prevent the establishment of two or three churches in communities where one would be suf ncient, and otherwise work to avoid con flict and to a common end At Tuesday morning's session it was decided to send a missionary to work among the Norwegian people of Alas ka The Tuesday afternoon session was devoted to educational matters Wheth er the former action of the District Syn od in granting $2,500 annual aid to the Park Region Luther College at Fergus Falls, which had not met with the un qualified approval of the general synod, should stand or not was the debated question The opposition came from the outside from people who thought a sec ond college would injure the institution at Decorah This fear was held ground less, and this morning the meeting vot ed unanimously to continue the aid to the Fergus Falls College O I A MRS CHRISTINE FREDERICKSON Mrs Christine Frederickson, a prom inent and well known resident of the town of Hayes, Swift county, died last Fiiuay morning after having been fail ing for some time with heart disease The funeral took place last Sundav afternoon at the Bethesda Swedish Lu theran church, Rev E Norsen of Ben son conducting the same, and very large gathering of people from far and near being present to pay their last respects to the departed She leaves to mourn her loss four children, Theodore, Walter, Inez and Beda, all of whom are married and live in Swift county, a sister, Mrs Ludvig Frederickson a brot »er John Vass and many other relatives Mrs Frederickson was a woman of splendid thrift and business ability A widow for 25 years, she has managed tne business affairs of her farm with unusual success and was the owner of much land and considerable wealth XXX NELS NELSON I Nels Nelson, the father of Mrs Au gust Schollin of this city, died May 30 I at the home of his daughter on Fifth street at the age of seventy-eight years The funeral took place from the resi dence Monday morning, Rev Peter son of the Swedish Bethel church offi ciating The remains were interred in the Swedish Lutheran cemetery at Mam relund. losses Adjusted. S E Stansberry secure a settlement with the insurance companies for his loss by fire last week He received $1,500 on the building, the total amount it was in sured for, and $3,200 on' the stock He also retains the salvage on the stock Mr Stansberry places his net loss at -about $3,000 The insurance money will be paid pro rata by the different insurance companies Mr Stansberry will not re build at once, but will put on a tem porary roof on the building and use it until after the harvest rush, when he expects to begin the construction of a brick building Swedish Bethel T. P. S. The Young People's society of the Swedish Bethel church Will hold their next meeting Wednesday evening, June 12th The following program will be given Reading Elna Swenson .Piano Solo Ethel Carlson Vocal Solo Clifford Rodlun Recitation Ruth Norman Flute Solo Robert Otterness Trio Florence, Gertrude and Myrtle Porter Reading Carl Wallin Piano Duet Nami and Theckla Soderling Selection Orchestra After the program refreshments will be served by the Misses Nannie, Marie and Amy Nelson Sale of Household Goods. W S. Harison will sell his household goods, practically new, at public auction Saturday, 1.30 o'clock, at 409 Third St. 9 1 x.oaax. AWB yamsovAi. Dr. E. H. Frost was at Splcer Monday on a professional call. Miss Emma Sommerville went to Kan diyohi for a few days' visit. Miss Almeda Hunter of Anoka is a guest of Miss Annie Olson this week The Misses Jones of Pipestone are the guests of Miss Cora Berkness this week. P. A. Gunders, of the Pioneer Co., St. Paul, was a court house visitor yester day. Miss Bertha Modin returned home Monday from a visit with relatives at Milaca. Miss Lilla Williams of Minneapolis spent Sunday in this city, a guest of friends. Mr and Mrs Anderson of Madelia are visiting at the home of their son, A A Anderson N. Tallman and family moved to their summer home on Crescent Beach yesterday. Miss Anna Ryd will entertain the Sewing Club at her home on Fifth St next Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Fred Ackerman enter tained to dinner last evening in honor of Mr and Mrs John Kulzer Rev. and Mrs K. Hinderlie of Can by, Minn are guests at the E A. Ab rahamson home near Willmar Mrs. S. E. Stansberry entertains at luncheon this afternoon in honor of Mr and Mrs. John Kulzev of Washington Agent D. Parnell is in the cities this week checking freight bills, per taining to the N. ireight office here Mrs Isabelle Sanden enjoyed a visit from her aunt, Mrs Monson of Clarkfield, from Monday until Wednes day. Mr and Mrs Henry Stiandberg at tended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs Christine Frederickson at Murdock last Sunday. Messrs Theo Dahl of Spring Lake and Arthur Oberg of Center City will spend the summer in Willmar at the Wm Englund home Mr Anton Dale of Minneapolis came up last Sunday to visit with his cou sin, Inga Rondehovde, who has lately arrived from Norway Mr and Mrs Chas Hillstrom arriv eu Saturday from ot Paul and will spend the summer at the Hanscom cot tage at Crescent Beach The Misses El\ era and Lucile Red lund of Gro\e City armed yesterday for a visit at the home of their grand parents, Mr and Mrs Elmquist Mrs Loney and son William left Friday night for a visit with her daugh ter at Lexington, Neb She will also visit relatives and friends at Lincoln Peter Jackson and Miss Marie Nel son, both of Irving, were united in mar nage at Hawick last Friday, Maj 31 by Rev E Hanson of New London Miss Ella Feig entertained at her home on 322 Tenth street to a 6 30 luncheon in lionoi of the Misses Jones of Pipestone Covers weie laid for sev en Rev E Enderson returned to hn home at Green Bush, Minn, last eve ning, arter visiting relatives here anrd attending the District Synod conven tion Mr A Johnson, wife and son, of Stillwater have been guests at the Emil P^ Bjornberg home during the church meeting Mr Johnson has returned to his work, but his family will remain here for a more extended visit Walker, proprietor of the Deli- catessen expects his family to come to Willmar within a couple *of weeks His son Harold at rived here Monday night from his home at River Falls, Wis Mr A Anderson of St Paul, was a pleasant caller at the Tubune office today He will spend a day in the noi th em part of the county He is an Irving boy who is doing well in the cities Mrs James Sanderson, assisted bv Mesdames Anton Bakke and Geo San derson, entertainer to luncheon a num ber of lady friends at her home on West Litchfield avenue last Wednesday af ternoon The guests numbered four teen Miss Elaine Dyer, who has been teach ing music in the public school at Mor ris, visited at the home of Prof and Mrs A Foster Saturday and spent Sunday at the Ramsett home She left on Monday for her home at Win dom Mr and Mrs Sidney Stone left last Tuesday for St Paul called there by the death of Mr Stone's sister, Mrs Hillman The funeral occurred at the deceased's home in St Paul Thursday Mr and Mrs Stone are expected home tomorrow. Roy Landberg has resigned his posi tion at the O Sand clothing store and will leave Friday for a three weeks' visit at his home Milaca, and with friends in the cities He expects to commence his duties at the post office nere about July 1st Paul Hedin, for several months em ployed for Wiggins & Co, has de cided to go into the bicycle and repair business for himself The stock he re cently purchased arrived here last week and was moved yesterday to the build ing opposite the Glarum hotel Mrs E O. Tweet, who has been visit ing at the Andrew Hedin and Erlandson homes for the past montn, left this morning for her home at Seattle, Wash She was accompanied by her cousin, Miss Mane Erlandson, who will enjoy a month's vacation from her duties at the Leading store. Honey's Boys Monday. The Roney's Boys" Concert Company of Chicago, will appear in grand con cert at tne Presbyterian church next Monday, in a matinee performance at 2 30 and evening concert at 8 00 o'clock Prices are only 15, 25 and 35 cents This is an exceptionally fine musical organi zation, and worthy of the patronage of all. Classified Wants One cent a word each Insertion. No ad for less than 16 cents, cash with order. 30 per cent discount for additional insertions—No accounts booked for less than 25c. Help Wanted. GIRL WANTED for general house work. Inquire at this office. 184 WANTED—Young girl to take care of child of four. Inquire at this of fice. 297 WANTED—Competent girl for gener al housework Good wages will be paid Inquire at this office. 296 SITUATION WANTED Position wanted as stenographer. 'Phone 485L or address 906 Fifth street. 298 Houses and Rooms. FOR RENT—Furnisned room Inquire at 322 Fifth street. WILLMAR AMUSEMENT PARK Sunday, May 9, Afternoon and Evening FOR RENT—Five nice rooms over the Bradford Millinery Store on Fifth Street. Inquire of Miss Brad ford. 266 FOR RENT—One large furnished front room on first floor, all modern, reasonable rates. Inquire at 115 E.431L. Becker Ave. 293 FOR RENT—Rooms, furnished or unfurnished, suitable for light house keeping or for separate roomers. 186 Litchfield Ave. E. 277 FOR SALE—Six-room house with two lots, barn, cistern, on Trott Ave. and 15th street. Will sell for cash or installments on easy terms to suit buyer. P. L. Sorenson, Annandale, Minn. 290 Farm Loans FARM LOANS—On the best terms offered by any company. Ten years time, with privilege of making pay ments on principal on any interest day. Lewis Johnson, Willmar. 976 WANTED—To loan money on land, at very low rate of interest and on terms so the borrower may pay part or all of the principal on any interest payment date. A. P. Adams, Willmar, Minnesota. tf Real Estate. LOTS FOR SALE—Three fine building lots in Sperry's Addition, no grading necessary. Cheap if tak en soon. Mrs. C. Freeberg, 524 Sec ond street. 281 FOR SALE—Lots 10,11,12, Block 35 (old Park), and will if desird erect neat modern house on same for responsible party for small cash payment and monthly installments. Call on Ben Benson. 264 FOR SALE—Eight-room house lot 150x183 chicken house small barn wood shed good well 100 bar rel cistern some bearing fruit trees of different kinds. $1,600, if taken at once. Anton Swenson, East Litch field Ave., Willmar. FOR SALE or TRADE—2800 acres wild and improved land in tracts from 40 acres and up. Will consider city lots or property in trade or as first payments. Also ten residence properties in Willmar foi sale from $1,200 to $5,000. 6. A Erickson. TO LAND BUYERS—Come to De troit, Minn., and let us show you lands in Becker, Norman and Mah nomen counties, as we own and con trol over 20,000 acres. Call on or write us for prices. We are owners not agents, and can save you agents' commissions. Call on or address, Watters Land Agency, Detroit, Min nesota. 280 Eggs For Hatching. FOR SALE—Eggs for hatching from prizewinning Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds. Sivert Osmundson, 313 Bernard Street. 218 Lost, Found, Etc. FOUND-r-fackagre »n road containing: hat and sundry articles Owner may secure same at Tribune office. 305 FOUND—Ladies' mesh bag. Own er may have by identifying and pay ing adv. Tom Rowell. 302 LOST—Diamond shaped brooch set with green and white stones. Finder leave at this office. "300 LOST—A pocket book containing a $5 bill and papers, also owner's name. John A. Johnson. Please leave at Tribune for reward. For Sale—Miscellaneous. FOR SALE—High grade Kreter piano. Inquire at 410 11th St. 299 SEED POTATOES—Ohios and Dakota Reds. $1.50 per bushel. John Ahlstrom, Spicer, Minn. 20S FOR SALE—Three passenger Model Ford in good condition. Paul M. Peterson, .Implement dealer. 238 BI CONCER "i Tuesday Evening, May 11 BI CONCERT Wednesday, May 12 CONCER I N THE EVENING DANCE AFTER THE CONCERT New Boats for rent at reasonable prices. Bathlnfj Salts also Dinner will be served in the Dining Room Sundays from 5:30 to 7 p. m. ORCHESTRA WILL PLAY DURING DINNER HOUR. Picnic Parties are welcome any time. Children admitted free to the Park at all times. Sunday and Tuesday. Admission 10 cants, Childran Fraa. All othar days, Admission Frao. Yours for a Good Time WILLMAR AMUSEMENT PARK FOR SALE OR RENT—7-room house, corner 8th street and Becker avenue. C. Henninre. 237 -#$» &*mg£*MSgf' *t FOR SALE—Seed potatoes. Ear ly Rose and Burbanks at $1.75 per bushel. Call at Pare Food De pot. 282 Miscellaneous. WANTED—Boarders in private fam ily Inquire at 322 Fifth street. SECOND A N FURNITURE AND STOVES—I will buy them. Call 271 WANTED—Everybody to have their pictures taken at the Simon's Studio. 131 ROW BOATS for rent at reason able price, at Homewood Park. Tele phone No. 370J. tf DRESSMAKING A O S Misses Robinson and Anderson, on Benson avenue E., in Fred Magnu son residence. 303 STRAYED OR STOLEN—From camp Sunday, one sorrel horse wt. 1200 lbs. white blaze in forehead feet shaggy and clipped. Notify me care of Tribune. William Swartz.304 Ask for Johnson's Velvet lee Cream. Corrected June 5,1912 Prices on creamery butter.Boor, bran. sao?ts and apples are dealers' seUlng prices, all other are prices paid to produeers. Wheat, No. 1 Northern $1 06 Wheat, No. 2 $1.04 Wheat, No. 3 $1.00 Wheat, No. 4 96c Wheat, rejected 87c Wheat, No. 2 VelvetChan $1.04 Wheat, No. 3 Velvet Chaff. Sl.OO Wheat, No 1 Durum $1 OO Wheat, No. 2 Durum 96c Wheat, No 3 Durum 93c Wheat, No. a Durum 89c Oats 42c to 45c Barley 56c to 80c Rye 70c to 74c Flax $1.71 to $2 06 Ear corn 51c Flour, fancy S3 30 FJour, straight $3.20 Bran $24 OO Shorts $26.00 Potatoes $1.50 Beans $2.50 per bushel Cabbage 5c per pound Bggs. 15c Butter, separator 26c Butter, dairy 25c Butter, creamery „. 26c Onions 5c per pound Sheep ancfLambs $4 OO to $4.50 Chickens 10c Beefsteers $5.00 to $5.50 Beefcows $3.50 to $4.50 V»al calves 4.00 to $5.00 Hides 7c Hogs, lire $7.00 (First publication June 5-4t.) Citation for Hearing on Petition Tor Administration. Estate of Nils Nilsson State of Minnesota. County of Kandi yohi, In Probate Court In the Matter of the Estate of Nils Nilsson, Decedent. The state of Minnesota to all persona interested In the granting: of adminis tration of the estate of said decedent: The petition of Andrew Nelson having been filed in this court, representing that Nils Nilsson. then a resident of the County of Kandiyohi, State of Minne sota, died intestate on the 30th day of May, 1912 and praying that letters of administration of his estate be granted to August Schollin, of said County and the court having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition There fore, You and Each of You, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have, before this court at the Prpbate Court Rooms in the Court House, in the City of Willmar in the County of Kandiyohi, State of Minnesota, on the 1st day of July 1912, at 2 o'clock m, why said petition snould not be granted Witness, the Judge of said Court, and the Seal of said Court, this 4th day of June, 1912 (COURT SEAL) T. O GILBERT. (First publication June 5-4t) Citation for Bearing on Petition for Probate of Will. Estate of Halvor Hande, also known •as Hande State of Minnesota, County of Kandi yohi, In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Halvor H. Hande, also known as H. H. Hande, Decedent. The State of Minnesota to all persons interested in the allowance and probate of the will of said decedent: The petition of Guri Hande being duly filed in this court, representing that Halvor Hande, also known as H. H. Hande, then a resident of the County of Kandiyohi, State of Minnesota, died on the 21st day of August, 1910, leaving a last will and testament which is pre sented to this court with said petition, and praying tnat said instrument be allowed as the last wiir and testament of said decedent, and that letters of administration with will annexed be is sued thereon to P. A. Gandrud of said county, NOW THEREFORE, you, and each of you, are hereby cited and re quired to «how cause, if any you have, before this court, at *he Probate Court Rooms in the Court House, in City of Willmar, County of Kandiyohi, State of ,*f Minnesota, on the xst day of -uly. 1912 *-%, at 2 o'clock p. m., why the prayer of. •??-%. said petition should not be granted. WITNESS THE HONORABLE, T| O. ~?g Gilbert, Judge of said court, and the *s£3 *U Probate Judge. GEORGE MULLER, Attorney for Petitioner, Willmar, Minn.