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Day
31
Month
March
Year
1893
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Public Domain
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Good Friday today Register in the townships, Saturday. Look out for April fooi jokes tomorrow. There were i'orty persons confirmed at Zion's cliurch last Sunday. A 6:30 o'clock service will be held at Newberry hall Easter Sunday. Vote early next Monday and see that your democratie neighbors vote. A special teachers examination is in progress today, at the court house. The confirmation cláss at Bethlehem church last Sunday numbered 17. The atrnual meeting of the ladies' library association occurs April 10. The Horticultural society meets at the court house at 2 p. m. tomorrów. The new lynotype of the Tinies office has arrived and been put in position. The annual parish meeting of St. Andrew's churcli occurs next Tuesday. The Junior League of the M. E. church meets at 4 o'clock this afterpoon. Thomas Lennon, of Owosso, a former resident of Northfield, died this week of consumption. Let every Democrat vote MondayIt is the most important election f rom a party standpoint in years. The tenth Anniversary of Germania lodge, D. O. IL, will be held at the A. O. U. W. hall, next Monday evening. Ilon. Geo. R. Wendling lectures on 'The Man of Galilee" before the S. C. A., at University hall tomorrow evenng'. . . The Argo mili dam is still out and ;he water is pouring through the great break, but work of repairing it will commence this week. Easter services will be held at St. Andrew's church, Sunday, as follows: At 7 and 10:30 a. m. and 4 p. m. The atter service will be a choral one. At the Unity Club, Monday evening next, there will be presented a laughable farce entitled '-The Beautiful rever," in charge of Garlotta Bullis. This entertainment will be concluded with a social. The annual meeting of the Ladies' jibiary Association will be held Monlay, April 10. at 2 p. m., in the library. Every lady that draws books is requested_to be_ present ,_and__ allothera nterestetfïn tho library will be wélcome. Mr. Jay C. Taylor, who has been taking the leading parts as tenor in the Nelson Opera Company during the past week, goes with them to Flint, jut expects to be back in a week to jive lessons in vocal culture to all who may beso inclined. An interesting service will be held at the Baptist church Easter morning, corsisting of a baptismal service an addrëss", and mnsic appropri ateto the day7and-the ordinance of the Lord's rapper, with" the giving of the hand of fellowship to new members. There will be a special Easter service at the Unitarian church next Sunday morning, with sermón, special Easter music, and flowers. In the evening Mr. Sunderland will give the concluding lecture in his course on the Labor Problem; subject, " Sóine Things that are Olear." The repott has been circulated that Dr. D. A. McLachlan, the Democratie nominee for alderman of the fust ward, does not want the office and will not qualify if elected. Dr. McLrfchlan desires the Argus to announce that if he is honored by au election, he will perform the duties of the office to the best oi' his ability. The GesangVerein Lyra will produce their operetta, "Trial by Jury,"' Tuesday, April 4, at the Gemían i a Hall. Tickets should be secured in advance, as only a limited nuuiber will be sold at the door. Tlie society, in connection witli the f uil Chequamegon orchestra, will produce a very interesting program. Tickets are on sale at Mann Bros.', Eberbach & Son's, and J. Haller fc Son's. The W. Y. M. S. of the M. E. church will hold their annual Thanksgiving meeting in the church lecture ''oom, Friday, Mareh 31, 7:30 p. m. Au address will be given by Miss Ilowe, our returned missionary from China, also short addresses and native songs by Misses Mary Stone and Ida Hawkin. A game of shuttlecock as it is played in China will be given by the young men. We take a great deal of interest and pride in these bright young 'people from China who are liere attending our University. The young ladies will appear in native costume. A cordial inyitation is extended to all. !Xew books received by the Uulies library: Children of the King, by F. Marión Crawford, 691 I; Sant' I lariq5 by Marión Crawford, 092 I. David Alden's Daughter and Other Stories, by Jane G, Austin, 693 I; The Great Shadow, by A. C. Doyle, 694 I; Pagan and Christian llome, by Rodolfo Sanciaui, 268 D; Wolfenberg, by Wm. Black, 695 I; Marriage, by Miss Ferrier, 696-7 I; On the Highways of Europe, by Jules Michelet, C 158; Tvvo Happy Years in Ceylon, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, C 159-60; Moltke, Ilis Life and Character, translated by Mary Herms, 429 E. M. Mignore Koot, Librarían Ladies' Library. Mr. John C. Fischer and Miss llosa C. Schneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Schneider, of S. First street, were married Wednesday evening at 6 o'cloek'at the residence of the bride's parents, Kev. Max Hein officiating. The sister of the bride, Miss Sophie Schneider. and the brother of the groom, Mr. William Fischer, acted as bridesmaid and best man respeetively. The bride wore a white silk diess andcarried a bouquet of white roses. The bridesmaid was similarly gowned in white. Alter the ceremony a large company of friends sat down to an elabórate wedding supper. The large number of costly and beautiful presents testifled to the extensivo circle of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fischer. The happy couple have gone to housekeeping on N. Main street, at the corner of Beakes street- Times.

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