Mr. T.B. Wilson, with most commendable foresight and with a need to be sure to the workmen and make improvements to their psychological situation, has recognized a Reading Home in the so-called “sleeping shanty.”
The Chicago Inter-Ocean and Tribune, St. Paul Pioneer-Push, Milwaukee Professional Times, Madison Condition Journal, Manchester (England) Courier, Dunn County News, and other publications, may perhaps presently be uncovered on file there, and various German and Norwegian sheets will soon be extra, hence generating a extremely good selection. We opine that the Home will in the long run come to be 1 of our permanent and cherished establishments.
Mr. Oleus Oleson is making designs for a new brick making for Ferd Schmidt to consider the location of Grob’s Hall, wrecked by fireplace in 1884. The dimensions of the new structure will be 54×100, two tales in height, with a basement below the total making.
The 1st ground will comprise two rooms 31×10 ft, with a corridor 7 feet broad amongst them extending the whole length of the creating. From the rear of the hall, two stairways guide to the second story which is created for a hall with 22 ft. ceilings. This will be divided into an audience area about 51×49 ft, stage 24×40 and commodious dressing rooms, ticket business office, and many others., and a gallery extending throughout the rear of the corridor.