The Sheboygan Press from Sheboygan, Wisconsin on October 9, 1915 · Page 5
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HEBOYGAN PESS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 ' PAGE FIVE Put Purpose Put a definite purpose behind your effort and have something beyond a mere living to show (or it Say now that in 100 weeks c you will possess $100, saved in weekly installments. Saving money with a goal in view is backing your effort with a real purpose. Be a "WEEKLY SAVER' $1 a week, more if you can spare it at the at! THE CITIZENS STATE BANK I Sheboygan, Wisconsin If LOCAL THE OWL Ennyhow Aleizander tuz luckky & u-York sez "So iz Wilsun." . Smoke Zolana 10c Cigars ! - Mifls Rose Raffleson is spending the lay in Milwaukee. -George Griswold arrived yesterday ifternoon from Madison. A Kuether spent yesterday at Ap-ileton on business. I Mrs. Edwin Imig spent yesterday at Milwaukee. I Bryant's Studio open every lunday from 9a.rn.to4p. m. I C. -Kaufman, of the Sheboygan Art tdk spent yesterday at Manitowoc. tJTrs. A. A- Hoebne spent yesterday t Ililwaukee. r Arthur Rehwalt left this morning or Milwaukee where he will spend tie week end with friends. 'Edof'The Birth of a Nation," 0 cts. Boenitz Drug Co. -'II, P. Neubert, of Milwaukee, spent he past few days in the city on busies. . The Misses Tina and Edna Schultz ft this morning for -Milwaukee to pai a few days with friends. ; They're at the Empire. Who? U. NO. Bertie Thompson, :ile Preston, Babe O'Brien, !;.! Snyder. T. J. Hoehle has returned from a tral weeks business trip to Seattle, fashington, and other western cities. r IRay Springborn, Fred Kohls and I ster Reuther will go to Chicago to-fcrrow to witness the Cub-Sox game. l-iss Elyira Wagner, of Cleveland, Visiting relatives and friends in the ffefor a few days. 5ie Manitowoc foot ball team ar-:dl in the city this morning and left 10:30 o'cloek for the Falls, where fey will play this afternoon. ' This Bank, since its organization in 1856, has aimed to be of the greatest possible service to its depositors and in the upbuilding and development of both the City and County OT V WITH THIS OBJECT STILL IN VIEW, any money deposited with us will be used to establish and foster home industries. . If you are not a customer of this Bank let this be an in-vitation for you to become one. GERMAN BAKK Sheboygan, Wisconsin 4 'The Bank that takes care of its Customers Behind Effort i m . I I If a i i I NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sensenbrenner and daughter, Eliza, of Chicago, are spending the week end with relatives at the Falls. Mrs. "Chellis, of Wausau, is spending a few days in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Henry Laatsch of Mich gan avenue. Dancing at the Waldschloesschen every Sunday night, given by John Kannan. Music by Maas orchestra. Admission to hall free. Earl Langworthy and E. C. Schraut, of the Travelers Insurance company are spending the week with the general agent, A. P. Pauly. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mertens Sr., and son Joseph and daughter, Sophie, made an automobile trip to Kiel yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Schultz have returned from a few days visit at Fond du Lac. Mr. Schultz is manager of the Klassen store here. TONIGHT Four New Ones with Tommy at the Empire Cafe. Some Entertainers. Miss Mercedes Colford, of Chicago, is spending a few days in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Cuddy, on North Sixth street and Superior avenue. Mrs. Warren Potter, of Morrison, 111., is the guest of Miss Janet Williams at her home on Niagara avenue and North Seventh street, for a few days. A DETERMINED WOMAN Finally Found a Food that Helped Her. "When I first read of the remarkable effects of Grape-Nuts food, I determined to secure some," says a Mo. woman. "At that time there was none kept in this town, but my husband ordered some from a commercial traveler. "I had been greatly afflicted with sudden attacks of cramps, nausea, and vomiting. Tried all sorts of remedies and physicians, but obtained only temporary relief. As soon as I began to use Grape-Nuts the cramps disappeared and have never returned. "My old attacks of sick stomach were a little slower to yield, but by continuing the food, that trouble has disappeared entirely. I am today perfectly well, can eat anything and everything I wish, without paying the penalty that I used to. We would not keep house without Grape-Nuts. "My husband was so delighted with the benefits I received that he has been recommending Grape-Nuts to his customers and has built up a very large trade on the food. He sells it to many of the leading physicians of the county, who recommend Grape-Nuts very generally. There is some satisfaction in using a really scientifically prepared food." "There's a Reason." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Ever read the above fetter? one appears from time to time A new They are genuine, true, and full of human interest. m -For a GreaterSheboygan i A Rinne went to Milwaukee this morning on business. Mrs. Henry Laatsch has returned from a visit at Milwaukee. Have you seen the Frisky Widow? Frank Lyons of Milwaukee, is spending a few days in the city. Theunis Ribbens and Jacob De Blay will spend Sunday at Oostburg. HEN WANTED: To work on sewer and. water. Wages $2.25. Apply on work at Kohler, Wis. Miss Jennie Landgraf left "for Milwaukee this morning where she will visit for a week. Mrs. Charles Hilpertshauser and daughter, Mrs. A. Miller, spent yesterday at Milwaukee. Mrs. Henry Staehling has returned from a few days visit with Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Kemper, at Manitowoc. Get a Spanferkel, goose, duck or chicken at the picnic in Lai-bach (Vollrath's Division) tomorrow afternoon. Refreshments, games, music, roast brat-wurst. Elmer Weber, of Manitowoc is spending the week end in the city with friends. Harvey Stock returned to Milwaukee this afternoon after spending the past few days in the city on business. Mr. and Mrs. S. Faegan and B. Burt motored to Cedar Grove yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Stephan left this afternoon for Adams, Minn., where they will spend a week with relatives. Our sales-room will hereafter be open Wednesday and Saturday evenings until Christmas. Since our last announcement we have added the celebrated Knabe pianos to our former large assortment. Phone 150. Patten Piano Co., 702 Niagara Ave. opp. Second Ward School. Frank Sell and Miss Alma Book-mei?r have returned from a weeks trip to the East, in the interest of the , Sell Brothers company store. Mrs. E. Van der Blog, Henry Huibre-gste and L. Hengst left yesterday for Oostburg where they are delegates to a mission conference being held there. W. G. Schroeter's Drug Store, L 1505 S. 12th St., open all day tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. George Heller, Jr. are spending a few days in Chicagd, where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Heller's sister, Miss Coad, on Wednesday. Look out for the Frisky Widow, Rev. Albert Korthals, who has been visiting with his uncle, Joseph Spren-gel, of Huron avenue, the past few days, returned to his home in Evans-ton, 111 -yesterday., . Orders for comfortables and other fancy articles will be taken by the Ladies society of the Congregational church for the Bazaar to be held as usual the beginning of December. Apply to Mrs. Ed. Hammett, 423 Niagara Ave. Carl Theilig, of Colby, who hasj been the guest of Richard Trautman' and family, North Ninth street, the I past few days, left yesterday for Cleveland where he will be a guest in the home of William Bimmler. NOTE Modern Woodmen Introduction of New Ritual Monday, October 11. 20 candidates. Refreshments. Last Tuesday evening the Girls' Club of Juckemville gave a kitchen shower to Miss Geralda Kattre, who is to be married in the near future to Fred Horn. Ferdinand Krueger, 919 Dillingham avenue, was removed to the St. Nicholas hospital at 7:30 o'clock last evening in the city ambulance, where he underwent an operation. Grand Skat tournament at the W. F. Schultz pavilion, Lake View, Sunday afternoon, Oct. 10 at 2:30. Everyone is cordially invited. The cash prizes will be: First prize, $5'; booby prize, one full bred single comb black Minorca cockerel.. Special prizes to the mcst Nulls and Guckser. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blust, Miss Vera Froelich and Clarence. Dittes made an automobile trip to Oshkosh yesterday and returned last evening with Miss Viola Froelich, who is a student at Oshkosh Normal and who will spend the week end at her home here. RUMMAGE SALE St. Ann's Society of Holy Name church will iiold a rummage sale in Eagles Hall on Wednesday and Thursday, October 13 and 14. Sale begins Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. Will be open Wednesday evening. Those having articles to donate will please notify Mrs. Kuehmstaedt, phone 465 Green or Mrs. Oehler, phone 666 White and goods will be called for on Tuesday. DR. KINGSLEY'S HOUSE SOLD TO M. SGHUGHARDT The residence of Dr. J. R. Kingsley, on Sixth street north of Superior ave nue, has been sold to Morris Schu- chardt. Mr. Schuchardt's residence property on the northeast corner of Erie avenue and Twelfth street has been sold to Ignatz Zori. The deals were made through the Edward F. Oehler & Co. Agency todav. DUGHQW'S HEARING IS ADJOURNED FOR A WEEK William Duchow, charged with breaking bis parole, was brought be fore County Judge Krez this morning and his hearing adjourned one week. BUEHLER CO. EAT MARKET NED TCDAY Buehler Brothers, of Chicago, opened its meat market this morning at the old F. W. Rosenthal stand on Eighth street with a hearty welcome to the general public for patronage. A large number of persons visited the new store during the day and were well satisfied with the changes that they found. The store has been remodeled throughout and its walls and ceilings painted an immaculate white. The mew company has secured a big line of meats of all sorts and is ready to meet all demands. The shop is in j charge of Harry Essex, of Chicago, i i a man who had -considerable expen-j ence in the meat business. He is possessed of a genial disposition that is calculated to win mm many friends here. ' The meat market will be conducted on the ;ash basis, in. accordance with the policy of the firm, which has stores all over, the country. CROWNHART REFERS THE LAW PRACT By United Pres3. Madison, Wis., Oct. 8 Reports that C. H. Crownhart, former chairman of the Industrial commission, was to be appointed to the vacancy on the Tax commission have been effectually quieted by the knowledge that he has made preparation to practice law in Madison. This means that the governor has two good jobs to fill, the $5,-000 place on the tax commission and a new position on the newly created board to look into swamp land claims against the federal government. It is understood that there are several applicants for the tax commission job while the swamp land job is going begging, although it wall pay a good salary and involve trips to Washington, D. C, at state expense. In his law practice Mr. Crownhart will be associated with F. M. Wylie, formerly chief clerk of the senate. They will specialize in practice before the state commissions and departments, public utility rates and service, tax adjustments, insurance rates, incorpoi-ations, legislation, -workmen's eompeH.sa.tion and other business. Mr. Crownhart for years practiced in Superior as partner of W. R. Foley. In 1910 be was the successful manager of Senator La-Follette's campaign for re-election. For several years he was a normal school regent. He was chairman of the Industrial commission from 1911 until last August. Mr. Wylie, through his experience with the legislature, is thoroughly familiar with the work-' ings of the state government and is a recognized expert on parliamentary law and legislative procedure. CiCERONIANS DEFEAT THE NERS The Ciceronians defeated the Spoon-ers in the first regular debate held at the high school yesterday afternoon, the final count being 779, to 771. Fol lowing was the complete program: Vocal solo by Miss Elizabeth Wei mar accompanied Dy Aiiss irraa Koehn. Parliamentary practice. Debate proper Question, Resolved, that the parcel post system should be extended so as to include the whole express system. Affirmative, Ciceronians represented by Floyd Broad-bent, Marion Gunderson and Pat Ryan. Negative, Spooners represented by Homer Dennison, Marion Hammes and Kenneth Dewey. Voluntary debating. COMMITTEE WILL MEET TO DISCUSS FINANCES The special committee appointed from the Common Council to investi gate the financial affairs of the City Water Works, will be called by Chairman Fred Haack for a meeting next Monday. The other members of the committee are Aldermen Benfey and Zehms. The Dull One. She "Oh, Charles, it is so cold! 1 would Jike to have something around me." He "What would you care to have?" She "Oh. anything" And he brought a shawl. Michigan Gar goyle. There are 176 packs of foxhounus in England and Wales. NADG-TO-MEASVRE SHIRTS Prompt SerOice. Satisfaction Garanteed. Bodensteis Bros PE POO ESTABLISH NEW CIG AR FACTORY A new cigar factory wa3 established in- Sheboygan oday under the name of Schwitzgoebel & Giesecke at 614 North Eighth stret, rear. The proprietors are Hugo Schwitzgoebel and Frank Giesecke. Mr. Schwitzgoebel has been in the cigar business 18 years and worked for some time at the Knauf factory, recently being employed as mail carrier. Mr. Giesecke has been in the cigar making business for 15 years and for the past 10 years has been identified with Fred Giesman's factory. Both men have long experience and are competent workmen. They expect to give the public a fine quality of cigars. EMEMBE THE RETIRING 1 The employes of the Sheboygan Gas Co. payed a deserved tribute to the retiring manager, Robert Young, yesterday when he was presented with a gold watch chain and knife, a testimonial of their friendship. During the nine years Mr. Young has been identified with the local company in the position of manager, he has always had in mind the welfare of the employe and the relations have been of the most cordial character. The gold knife attached to the chain is engraved with "R. Y." the initials of Mr. Young and the year of the presentation "1915". Mr. Young will cherish this gift in the years to come, not alone for its value, but the pleasant associations it will recall during his period he was at the head of the company here. VEDEMEYER IS ELECTED SHOW SliPT. At an enthusiastic meeting of the officers of the Sheboygan Pet Stock & Poultry Association last night at Empire hall officers were elected for the coming show as follows: Show Superintendent Gus. Wede-meyer. Secretary George L. Spratt. Pigeon Superintendent Dr. H. B. Squire. An advertising committee composed of William Marold, Gus. Wede-meyer and A. Remy, was appointed by President A. C. Stolzmann. The president announced a communication from the American Poultry Association in which that body approved the by-laws recently adopted by the local organization. The officers held a lengthy discussion on the coming show and each was of the opinion that the exhibit would be a big success. All records for number of birds were broken last year and it is hoped with the large space in Eagles' Hall available that another record will be set. IGAIST'S WIVES WERE BOTH HAPPY Chicago, 111., Oct. 9 There never was a happier family than that of Joseph Mohr, excepting when the home circle was temporarily broken up through absence of one or the two Mrs. Mohrs because of some trivial matter that led the authorities to or der one or the other into the House of the Good Shepherd or the Bridewell. Even at that the Mohrs. according to the declarations of all three to the police today, were as happy as they could be until Joseph Mohr's mother had her son arrested on a charge of bigamy yesterday. The arrest brought out one of the most unusual "human triangle cases" developed out this way. The two women are devoted to each other. They insisted in occupying the same cell at Chicago Avenue police station last night. Across the room, on the men's side, was Mohr, within distance to make it easy for the good-night calls just before the three went to sleep last night. Mohr is accused of marrying Miss Olga Giezziet, 19, his wife's chum, when the wife was in the Bridewell. The women sajd today they will never appear against Mohr. "He has been too kind to us," said Mrs. Clara Mohr, No. 1. "And besides," she , added, t"l H want Olga's baby to have : a father when it arrives." Light takes eight minutes and thirteen seconds to travel from the sun to the earth. Bronze is an alloy- of copper and tin. - ' MANAGER Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition San Diego, 1915 For Flavor and Quality O 1 f rSBi H. 7 RS8. U.S. PAT. OrP. Caution: Get the genuine with our trade-mark on the package. WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD. Established 17SD J1" ft t&n yrt rra - is 11 teres Thi with its superstitious r -i 3 3t In you any tairytales, however, about how good our Beer is. because the truth is that it's beyond doubt the finest beer ever brewed. ORDER PHONE 48 At tH REI Sunday "H E This is by all odds the greatest picture ever produded a will be shown just this one day. SPECIAL MUSIC SUBSCRIBERS. If you are missed by the carrier boy the Press asks as a special favor that you Telephone 4321 and a paper v;il lbo sent the same evening. We have made arrangements with the Western, Union TelegTaph Co. in order to-grtard against a subscriber being missed and this service is without any cost to you. Call 4321 and you will receive a copy of tho Press that same evening. This is a service department created by the Press to insure its readers against misses. Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 ? H II PvN rfT T. IS JUST RIGHT It has the delicious taste and natural color of high-grade cocoa beans; it is skilfully prepared by a perfect mechanical process; without the use of chemicals, ; flavoring or artificial coloring nutter. It isi pure and wholesome, conforming to all the Xatloi ni , and State Pure food Laws. , ... ; - . " " . , DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS SEE 33 PAY YOUR BIG S LITTLE MONEY. , How much money, slips thru your fingers each year in littie coins? Have you any idea? Put a few of these small coins away. The sum will coon surprise ycu. The growing account will pay the annual Insurance Premium more easily than ever. Try it. It's "the Thrift Way." Sixteen essy plans to select f i om. NO COST NO TROUBLE NO RED TAPE Start the good work now. I r pnoayinpj'. Is The Month For Halloween fancies. We do not tell j A CASE cSireser 0 ADMISSION 10 CENT p inn in wf i ijiu i 4 1

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