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   Republican-Freeman, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1898, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               HE REPUBLICAN- FREEMAN. VII- OCTOBER 1898. NO. 12 see for Can Sou Buy a Pair of Shoes for Atlnin.i Cu'ft Mi-n'.i liox Tun or P ilnulile fire u'tirih a ur- llian for and I Itc clu-aper Try Ilium mid you ill uluiiyi buy them. 423 Main Street. emcKELS LUMBER CO. BUILDING ETC. We Make a Specialty of the Celebrated Scranton. conveniently an Main St. J. L. nANAGER. coiiomy Is Wealth. the Best.' Radiant Home Base Ic-knowlodgcd to bo the FINEST FIN- BHED AND MOST ECONOMICAL IARD COAL STOVE ever ung ilio largest amount of hoat for iiy of fuel consumed. Quick in Action and Always Under Perfect Control. t-an furnish you a list of 500 s in who have used Mut Homo Stoves. SOLD BY WIS. STEAM... O ..LAUNDRY 519 MAIN ST. KIEHL WAUKESHA iODEL BAKERY Etc. ain SI.-------- Wis. Practical Piano Tuner and j BOX WIS. __________ CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES GO TO j. 6. NflGLE I Main St. and Maple Waukesba. BREESE THE BOARD Y. M. C. A. Convention Accepts Recommendations. BUSINESS SESSION HELD. Secretaries Anderson and Kellogg Re- elected Together With Members of Appropriated. This morning- session of tho Y. M. C. A. Stato Convention was devoted to the discussion of the business af- fairs of the association. An address was given by Robert secretary of the International Y. M C. A. Committee on Business Management of an Association. Tho report of tho Committee on Recom- mendation for tho coming year1 was presented and adopted. Among the most important recom- mendations woro that l.ho gospel work bo continued at Camp Douglas during that be raised and devoted to carrying on the state work and that J. I. Merri- J. B. Smith and W. H. R. P W. 1-J. and A. E. be elected to servo on tho Board of Directors for four and Dr. C. lilaon of Madison be elected to servo for ono year. F. 12. Anderson was re-elected State Secretary and T-I. W. Assistant Secretary. The afternoon session is beingheldat Carroll College nnil tho discussion of the debt will bo taken up. The Janesvillo Y. C. A. Military Band of twenty-two pieces gave con- cert at tho before the session was called. It was excellent and an unusual treat. At the close of the mooting at tho College this afternoon a banquet will bo served to tho visiting members of the Association by mombors of the Carroll College Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. CONSOLATION FOR CARROLL. Holds the Down to a Tie Game. Score 6 to 6. Tho Milwaukee College of Physi- ciaus and Surg-eons met the Carroll College boys on tho grounds gridiron this afternoon. The visitors came by special car ovor the electric lino and brought nbout lifty rooters with thorn. The gniue was called at u-ith tho following f'AKKOLL .MILWAUKEE finvnor..............H E ...............Diikfr llu'ylclt.................H T.....................JIcGnirc Molirc.................It 0................Genmiinu Collins A inn ..................L C...................Hnrrlt.v VVnltiTH..................L T ...............Mcsing-nei- Fnrluml............... L E.........................Hell Wilbur Q Jf Timlalu liiltiun II H................Hamilton Rniilcn.................L H...................Mupllcr Eclik'imm.............F B...............1'k-Olci- Umpires. Roebel and Dixon. Thirteen minutes after the game commenced Fiedler was pushed over Carroll's line for a touchdown. Coll- ins kicked goal. Can-oil braced up and can-led the ball steadily clowu the field. Time called ball on 3-yard lino. Bell was in- iurod in scrimmage and Cai-rass took his place. Score at the end of first Docs. 0 Carroll 0. lu the second hall it took Carroll just 12 minutes to make a touchdown. Eckleman was pushed over from the 2-y-rd lino. Bradeu kicked goal. This made the seore 0 to 0. Carroll worked hard for another touchdown but was unable to make it. This was the best game Carroll has played this and perhaps the best game that has been played iu Waukeshu this fall. CARROLL CCIIO. Extensive improvement in and about Carroll College buildings are under including new and surfacing and the trimming of the foliage. The first issue of the Carroll Echo of Volume will appear the iirst of next week in a now form and much improved. It will contain a column of vacation notes on a letter from Company by private Frank besides a column of local happenings at the institution. DEATHS. Marg-aretta Tans died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Wm. Meyers in the town of Muskego Thurs- day. She was an old settler and was IjS of ag-e. LEFFERMAN. The six months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maiu died Thursday cholera infantuna. The funeral was held this afternoon. YOUNG PEOPLE MARRIED. Albert Voss and Miss Maude Bozen Enjoy- ing Their Honeymoon. Albert Voss. chief clerk in Nelson's drug- was married yesterday to Miss Maude of Martin and they are at Madiaon for their honeymoon. They will return here early next week and take up their residence. The wedding was a quiet affair and it was not expected the announcement would be made until their return. The young people have a large1 number of friends in the city and will be the re- cipients of a shower of congratulations when they arrive. The bride attended the High school for several years and was popular among- the Mr. Voss was formerly employed at Leland's drusr store. REMEMBER THE BOYS. On the evening' of will be given the first of a series of dances under the auspices of the Red Uross for the benefit of our boys in Co. A. Daccius1 will be- in at 8 o'clock sharp and lasting un- til twelve at the Athenaeum. Floor Messrs. A. C. Eslberg and Ross Wilbur. Reception committee. Misses Bessie Lucile Prank Oluoy and Etla also Mesdames A. Tullar and Geo. W. Carleton. Tickets only 25 cents each. Come and help swell the fund for needed supplies to the boys. Tullar's orchestra will play. PLEASANT ENTERTAINMENT. The entertainment given at the High scoool building- by the High School Mandolin Club last was one of the ploasanb gatherings of the week. The program consisted of music by the recitations by Miss Terry and John Gredier and the bugle calls by Mestrs. Schwindt and Aldrich of who were members of the Third regiment trumpet corps. A NOBLE BEQUEST Miss Anna who Di- ed Gave Wisely. IS FINE FOR THE DESERVING. Provisions Made for the Education of Youths to Be Selected by Various Chnrches. Miss Anna Sackett died this morn- ing at her home on the corner of Oak- land and Arcadian Avenues. She was 55 years old and this was her birthday. For some time past she has been a sufferer with consumption and for the past few weeks her death has been expected at any time. She was born at and came here with her parents in 1867 and has lived here ever since. She had considerable property and was chari- tably inclined. She educated and started in business Vincent Ertel- who died last February. She leaves a Mrs. Sarah J. Teed of Kansas who is the only surviv- ing member Of the family. Mrs. Teed has been here for some time 'caring for her sister. FOR EDUCATION OF YOUTH. Miss Sackett disposed of her prop- erty by will made in August. 1897. Under its provisions most of the estate goes to her Mrs. though there are several legacies to Jas. WILL SPEAK ON THURSDAY NOV. AT THE ON POLITICAL ISSUES. A WINE DISASTER. One of the Boilers of the Stamp Plant at Houggton Blows Up. No. 8 of.the Calumet Hecla stamp mill battery exploded noon killing two men and a boy. Tie dead JOHN GILMES. FliAXK ilUULEX. JOSEPH BOIJ1E. DANIEL LA lutallr Injured. -who was the was stand- ing in front the fire hole talking with a who visiting here from Bruce Ontario. Both bodies were terribly mutilated. The Joeeph -was a mill em- ployee who was in the Hecla 150 feet away. The weighing thirty was thrown on top ol the 'boiler to the right. All fires were at once pulled from under the monstrous and the stamp mills were closeti down until to-morrow. PRIZES WORTH George McKerrows' Great Success at Omaha Exhibition. PHILIPPINES WILL BE OURS United States Pays a Balance of COMMISSION DEMANDS ALL. Only Luzon and Palawan will Be Taken as the Spoils of to Be PaM for the Rest of the Croup. At the live stock exhibit at the Trans-Mississippi George of showed seventy five head of Southdown in- cluding a few fat and won 89 anmounting to over making him the largest exhibitor and winner at this show. In Mr. McKor- row's exhibit there were three wethers bred by the University Experiment that were much admired and won several two a third and two sweepstakes. Mr. McKerrow is one of the most ex- tensive sheep-breeders in this state and has been remarkably successful in tha.t branch of industry. Ho has exhibited at many fairs and always wina a large share of the premiums awarded. Mrs. Green Keese and daughters have returned from a visit to Chica- go. He is recognized as one of the very best ers in the state and all should hear CHICAGO TRADING ASSOCIATION. A branch of the Chicago trading association is to be established here. The Chicago trading- association is the same institution which has a brinch in Milwaukee. The scheme is to have the stores issue tickets to their customers with cash sales which are used to purchase goods from a store which tho association runs. REVIVAL SERVICES. Next week a series of Methodist revival meetings will be held at the Free Methodist church on Beechwood Avenue. The Rev. F. O will be assisted by Kev. Frank Karnin oE Whitewater. MUSICAL FOR GUESTS. Mrs. A. W. James entertained a largo number of her friends last night at a inusicale in honor of guests. The following program was rimio in A minor........Lorechorn Prof. .Haley. Madison. Soprano Bices Thy Love ....................................Miss Tenor he Acts in Ledgerdi'inaiu..................Prof. Haley Vocul a. linp''................... ..........Misses Alice and Jlildred An'lerdon Soprano Jones Violin Sperl Tenor Clarencu WilllaniK. Piano .........................................Prut. Haley Soprnno Solo with Tinlln Days Gone ...........................Tudse and Mrs. Tullnr rrestid.ign.tion and ......-Mind Heading...... .............................................Pror. Haley WISCONSIN SOLDIER D. Oct. folio-w- ing dispatch from MaJ.-Gen. Brooke has been received at the War Oct Oct. Pri- vate Peter Co. Third Private Homer M. Co. First typhoid. HAS MADE RAPID STRIDES. Dr. E. R. Hawley of for- merly a physician of this in a private letter respecting The Weekly Frecmnn has made rapid strides toward and I doubt if a better country paper could be other relatives and a bequest of two thousand dollars to trustees who are to keep that amount invested EO that Mie income shall be used for the higher education of some young per- son who may be recommended by the trustees of the Baptist church here for the four years now of the Methodist church for the next four and of the Presbyterian church for the next afterwards proceed- g in the same indefinitely. The funeral will be held at the house at 10 o'clock on Tuesday morning- Rev P. S. Everett officiating. Inter- ment will take place at Wauwatosa where the other members of the family are buried. brick ice cream for soc- ial gatherings. 2d PRESCRIPTIONS. More pains ought to be taken in preparing Physicians' Prescriptions than in any other one thing the drug gist has to do. We realize that we are in a great measure responsible for the recovery of the and use tbe purest medicines and prepare them with the utmost care. We are ready to serve you 24 hours each 1 days each 52 weeks each year. Come any of these hours. ARNOLD'S Day and Night. CO KB Gas House Coke is the best and cheapest fuel in the market. Pound for pound coke generates more heut than coal. goKc Burns freely Coke will give you better satisfaction in your heating stove or roo'k stove than coal. Per Bushel. Per Ton. Lump Coke.................. 8c S4.OO Nut Coke...................... 9c 4.5O Cartage......................... Ic 5O Try Coke and you will be convinced. Orcfers left at GAS 600 GRAND will receive prompt attention. Waukesha American Gas Co. 5O3 West Ave. WAUKESHA. DeReszke's Famous Guitar. DC Bcflzkc'B which he praises In micli a glowing Instru- ment lum Ihe tone yet it sin-pusses in power any pultar I overheard In a. Wasliburn. We cun show you nn Instrument or precisely the same model rtiHl of equally diarmlng qualities Our musical instrument stock Is very com- plete ami embraces many special bargains. Make us an enrly viblc of inspection. C. M. 7JO Clinton St. D. Oct. presi- dent was enabled to lay before tbe cab- inet to-day very encouraging reports from Paris regarding the progresa of tie peace negotiations. Tbe administration now fully believes that tbe will be concluded much sooner than waa expected from the outlook a few days ago. It can be stated Uiit tbe commleeionere have not yet actually begun tha discussion of tbe Philippine Uxat It will not be taken up until next week. Since the Spaniards have found that the American commissioners mean exactly what they say It la now believed that the Philippine dis- cussion will be lees protracted than that which has preceded Jt on the Cuban debt. THIRD MOVES HOMEWARD. They Will Arrive in Chicago in a Few West N. Oct. Third Wisconsin Is now well started on the land portion of Its Journey home. At G o'clock the first section ot the carrying the La Toman and Portage left the West Shore with tAe second section following closely after. SICK SOLDIERS EN ROUTE. They Are Standing the Trip Well and Will Soon Be at Home. Indianapolis. Oct. The sick Wisconsin soldiers who are en route home from Jacksonville for the moat part are standing the Journey well. They are receiving good care and ere anxious to reach Milwaukee. CHAPLAIN VAKSEY. Our Special Olferlif lor the Early Fall will be Coucbee TVe will make an Inducement on these lines by offering them at a very low price. J FT Furniture U. JU Undertaking ENTERPRISE GRAND AVENUE. SATURDAY SPECIALS 50 Dozen Gents Silkaline Hem- stitched with Large Silk worth Sat. Special Gents White Laundered with Colored worth 50c Saturday Special Gents White Unlaundered Good worth Saturday Special........ Boys' Waists. Boys' Outing Flannel Shirt Waists........... Boys' Outing Flannel Blouse Waists......... Boys' All Wool Fauntle- roy Waists............. Boys' All Wool Fauntleroy all extra OCp good quality............O3L Blankets. Large 10-4 Gray Fleeced Bed STcPair Large 10-4 Grey Fleeced Bed better quality OUR CASH- Q. W. TASSELL.   

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