\ Enterprise, Vol; XYI, No. \ Tribune, Vol. XXII, No. 33. Obituary. and j of the i j hall a mini- j j , as j for ' the cos- j r e n t s n g s and s over by and were b e r of Mrs. Alex the i n t o its the n t was g i v e n , even- their has AIV.VST i". UAX!i-:r.ix. Suddenly, almost w i t h o u t death entered the home of Mr. August a n d c l i n W e d n e s d a y removed therefrom its head and support. The dread s u m m o n s came quick sure. Aug'ust Ferdinand Bandelin was born in Kolberg, Prussia, July 3, 1850, and came to t h i s country with pain 1S57, they settling at Watertown. Here Mr. Kanclelin was educated and here he grew to manhood. In 1S71 he came to the twin cities, w o r k i n g for awhile in R. ingson's d r u g store and fbr a short time r u n n i n g a cigar shop in Rapids. His shop, however, was-burned shortly after and he returned to Watertown. In 1873 he was married to his w i f e Emma, who survives For a time the couple lived in St. Louis, but in 1880 they came to this city where they have since resided. For the past ten years they have lived at their present home. Besides the widow. Mr. Baudeliii leaves five children to mourn his departure, four sons and a daughter: Carl, Oscar, Alexander. August and Aurelia. One brother, John and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Hass and Mrs. Bertha Wandersee. all of Watertown, also survive him. The deceased was a man of integrity and was widely known and respected. The f u n e r a l will be held this (Saturday) morning. V.'IKLIAM SCOTT, SK.