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Daily Leader (Newspaper) - March 25, 1915, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin THE WEATHER Partly cloudy and much colder to night Friday fair with colder south portion north winds DAILY LEADER Largest Circulation of any Daily paper in Wood FIRST YEAR NO 255 GRAND RAPIDS WIS THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH TEN CENTS A WEEK BIG HERD OF CATTLE CONDEMNED Large Herd Of Cattle at Hiles Farm at Condemned and will be Shipped to stration their on Sunday CITY IN GRIP Black Smallpox and Starvation Said to Be Smothering City BANDITS HOLD HIGH CARNIVAL More tubercular cattle has been found at and the infected animals will be shipped to Milwaukee this week where a demonstration of tubercular infected cattle be given The cattle were found on the farm and in a herd of 300 there has teen found 70 of the which have the disease These have been condemned Among them it is said are some blooded stock and the of the lot is considerable These 70 head of cattle are said to be the largest number ever condemned in this state from any one herd This morning Dr V P Norton veterinary surgeon of this city we it to for the purpose of ap praising the cattle condemned Tubercular cattle usually found in this vicinity are shipped to the ing house here but this lot will not be Dr Norton this morning said that h had been appointed by the state t conduct a demonstration in on Sunday next and that these would be shipped there and used a the demonstration They will b slaughtered and cut up and the af parts will be exhibited au lectures given on the subject Dr Norton is one of the best au in the state on the subject o tubercular cattle and the state ha recognized his ability and knowledg by to have charge o the coming Milwaukee demonstration It is thought that there will b veterinarians farmers raisers o cattle and others interested in thi question from all parts of the stati in attendance at this demonstration IS DRAWING NEAR THERE PROMISES TO BE SOME FIGHT IN A FEW OF THE WARDS THIS SPRING As the time of spring election draws near it being only twelve days off candidates for aldermanic honors ar coming out In some of the wards there promises to be a merry fight especially in the First and Sixth The announced candidates so far for aldermen are H Smith and J Bamberg for re election in the First In this ward the light has already been commenced Jake Bever being in the field in op position to Bamberg The Second ward so far has only one candidate H Gaulke who is out for reelection M C Geoghan has announced him self as a candidate in the Third There are two aldermen to be elected from this ward but so far no one else seems to be in the field In the Fourth Herman is out for reelection So far we have not heard of any opposition to him but that is a scrappy ward and it is al most certain that someone will come out Joe term expires this spring and he would like to have one more term Opposition in the Fifth ward is likely to be had There are three candidates in the Sixth M Whitrock Herman Ristow and M Pillar are all in the race F B Damon and E Mindak in the Seventh are making a fight and it will be a hard battle In the Eighth J J Jeffrey and Jos Grain are locking horns For Justice of the peace Frank Calkins will doubtless have no opposi tion For supervisors the present members of the board it is said will all make the run again this spring In the Seventh ward B F Nason will make the run to fill the MEETING TONIGHT BRADLEY BOY KILLS BROTHER Son of Woman Who Shot Senator Brown Victim of Knife Price Utah March Bradley twenty years old son of Mrs Anna Bradley who shot and killed former United Stains Senator Erown of Utah at Washington C In 1906 died here of knife wounds in in a quarrel by Arthur Browr Bradley his half brother fifteen years old who is a son of the former are ator SONS OF VETERANS WILL HOLD REGULAR MEETING THIS EVENING AT G A R HALL The regular meeting of the Sons oJ Veterans will be held in the G A R hall on Oak street this evening at oclock Every member should oe present as matters of great import ance are to come up There will also be initiation Tomorrow evening there will be a special meeting held at the same hour On this occasion State Organizer H S Siggelko will be here and there is a possibility that State Department Commander Cook of the G A R will be present also All members of the G A R and the Womans Relief Corps are invited to attend tomorrow evenings meeting A special invitation is extended to all eligibles to attend both of these meetings HAD A VERY CLOSE CALL YOUNGSTER KNOCKED DOWN BY BREW ERY TRUCK PASSED OVER HIM KII UNHARMED There is at least one kid in Grand Rapids who seems to be well able to take care of himself when he is in danger Tuesday afternoon a boy of about ten years dropped off of the rear end of buss near confectionary store on Grand Avenue and started for the sidewalk The brewery truck coining along from the opposite direction struck him knocking him down directly in front of the big car With rare presence of mind the youngster remained per still until the truck had passed over him when he got up and ran at a ten second clip up the street No one seemed to know who the little was and it has been impossible to ocate him since People who witnessed the y ng sters escape stood with bated when the car struck him and expect ing to see the little fellow crushel by he big wheels How he escaped in iury cannot be understood but it was certainly a miraculous escape Get the Daily Leader at Sierck Jews stand west side at 2 i copy Graphic Description of Conditions In Mexico by Woman Catholic She Blames Priests for Much Interven Alone Has Ideals New York March smal pox and starvation are the City of Mexico There is no cit water left no food for the starving no street cafs the bakers and dairy ners shelves are bare and thei shops like all other stores in the cap ital are closed and barred the streets lawless swarms of Zapa and yell insults a women and shoot and rob by day ai well as by night That at least is the way the lates of refugees to reach New York from Mexican Mary Bur ten an English gentlewoman whi lived here for years but for ten year past has been teaching in Mexico City in a private school for daughters o the Mexican condi tions in the Mexican capital when Mrs Burton fled under fire to the sea coast with her four small children and a maid McManus Killed for Robbery For four years Mrs Burton says John B McManus the American In his house in Mexico City by Za patas soldiers on March 11 last sup plied her and her babies with milk and she knew him intimately He lived only a short distance from Mrs Burtons home in the American col ony And I know he was not killed for revenge declared Mrs Burton I know that he never killed any of the revolutionists but that he wag rid died with bullets by Zapatistas al though the American flaig was flying from his house simply because he resisted when they broke into his place to rob it Bitter Against Catholic Party Mrs Burton is especially against the Catholic party in Mexico She hastened to add that inasmuch as she is a staunch Catholic herself her bitterness is not against the Cath church but against clerics and others as individuals banded in a po party whose financial and other of support of the and Zapatistas she says is the only thing that holds the roving bands of revo If the clergy of my own Catholic church here in New York said Mrs 3urton see what Ive seen Mexican priests do in the way of murderers and thieves with money and arms the Catholic clergy of the United States would shudder And as long as the Catholic party draws on its stores of arms and its wealth for the benefit of these mur derous bands the terror will go on The soldiers who are more dense v Ignorant than the people of the could believe possible dont why they are fighting But hey murder and steal right and left and the only way the frightful state f affairs can be straightened out now n it must be done or the United States to step in Let Mr Wilson give his active sup ort to Zapatistas or to any only then will order be restored The politics of the various Mexican par ies mean nothing to me and I dont care which party the United Slates ides with so long as it acts cally at once Carranza Alone Has Meals But together with all Americans nd others of education in Mexico I ould rather see Mr Wilson take up he cause of an educated man like who of all the Mexican caders has proper ideals who has nade some effort toward lifting the people out of the depths of by systematic education nil alone among all the warring Mpx can leaders has established relief and generally has tried fo warfare in a civilized man er ITALY SOON TO FIX WAR ZONES Will Keep Future Mobilization Plans Secret RUSSIANS RESUMING OFFENSIVE IN POLAND Special to the Daily Leader by Wire Berlin March Russian army that was rolled back on Grodno about ten days ago is attempting to resume the offensive All Russian attacks east and southeast of have been repulsed MIAN TROOPS TO TRIESTE SAY GERMANS APPLY Child Dies of Poisoning Kokomo Ind March reeson six years old died of pto maine poisoning the result of eating food Although other mem ITS of the family had partaken of food the boy was the only cue Subscribe for the Daily Leader Italian Government Refuses to Allow German Mission to Move Across Its African Territory Into Asiatic Tur Hears Austria In Ready to Quit Rome March royal decree will soon be issued setting apart zones throughout Italy especially in the neighborhood of the frontiers where foreigners irrespective of na will not be allowed to visit or sojourn under any pretext It ia assumed that spies if they disobey I the prohibition will be arrested This step will be taken it is under stood to prevent mobilization and defense arrangements from becoming known and to keep the movement of secret The Giornale comments fa upon the adjournment of the chamber of deputies and says that every deputy is now convinced of the TORCH TO GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS Special to the Daily Leader by Wire Petrograd March Ger mans have burned all government buildings in which they captured recently OUTLAWS IN THE LEAD OUTLAWS ARE OF LIST IN TEAMS IN TOURNA MENT The J H Outlaws went into first necessity of Italy acting energetically Pace evening in the bowling tour anfi facing any sacrifice even a when they secured nine pins preme struggle to realize Italian as pirations With the full liberty of action granted by parliament the paper Carlson still continue in the lead adds the government is now free to the doubles over Littles Colts the team that has been holding down first place Their score was 2301 Little and choose the way the means and the hour of using the weapons at Its dis posal with the firmness and prudence necessary to insure success while the country calm and disciplined la ready for anything Opposes Germany Favors Britain It Is said that the government has refused a request made by Germany that a mission sent to an Italian protectorate In East Africa bordering on the Red sea and opposite to Turkey territory in Asia be al lowed to continue its journey through that territory Into Abyssinia Italys refusal is said to be based on the be that the mission would Incite an attack by Abyssinians upon British forces In the Soudan Austrian Troops to Trieste Geneva March re here from Vienna say that Austria now considers war with Italy A large number of troops have been sent tp the Tyrol and Trieste in of hostilities The Tribuna prints what purports be an uncensored dispatch from he Austrian frontier which states nst Austrian military engineers have lown up all the buildings between pass in Trent and Lake on the Italian frontier which I Littles Colts in In last nights bowling Hill and Potter took second place from White and Barnard with a 982 score The scores made last night were as follows FIVE MAN TEAM G Hill E Potter Calkins Marin Voss Hill Potter Calkins Marin 164 160 148 166 150 143 183 H2 133 128 225 1S3 129 154 KEENAN TELLS GOOD STORY 788 699 DOUBLES 147 208 138 117 131 170 159 141 SCHEDULES FOR TOMORROW Brauers Clothing Co 8 P M Humdingers 8 P M Bankers 4 P M STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS TEAMS J H Outlaws 2301 2292 STRAY PUP SEEMS TO HAVE GREAT DEAL OF PRIVILEGES ON GB Ed Keenan who is employed by the Ireen Bay road and wellknown here tells the following story that one can not help but believe seeing that Ed ells it There is a certain tramp dog name age former environments and pedi not known that has attracted he attention of Green Bay railroad nen on account of his fondness for life For two months he has on the Green Bay trains be ween Green Bay and Winona and he men who run these trains have so attached to him that now when he attempts to board a train he s met with a smile instead of the of 123ficial and hard capped boot He generally gets on where he got 814off at last This might be anywhere between the two points mentioned and he is not stylish nor stuck up one 179 bit making the small and less pre 147982tentious towns as well as the larger 168 Last week Monday was his day for 122845Dexterville He got off Monday re mained over night and boarded an east bound train the next day In fact he gets off at nearly every sta tion called sniffs at the cracker bar rels standing on the platform and if appearances suit his fancy stays If not he makes a jump for the moving train and tries the next burg He has made every town on the Green Bay and some of them a good many culd be in the line of artillery fire I 2257 The eastern end of the Town of Ro is said to have been abandoned and the buildings torn down and all suspected of Italian sympa hies have been sent to the interior o be interned Would Make Separate Peace The Tribuna also says that It has advices from Vienna setting orth that Austria would make a se larate peace with Russia without Germany by which Russia vould receive large portions of Gali ia The paper reports that an Italian gent at Duino near the Swiss border arrested on the charge of pur nigi graphite sulphur and other said to be destined for the Crupp works at Essen which were in twentynine freight cars Iat were seized Tuesday by Italy Carlsons Outlaws 219t Only Ones 1872 DOUBLES W A Brown E Hein 127130146 C Mathis SINGLES SEND GRIPS BY MAIL According to Assistant Postmaster the parcel post is being ut to a new use in the larger cities f the country Instead of a traveler locking his grips and parcels at de ots and hotels he now takes o the postoffice where he mails them o himself to be called for at the delivery The expense is no Lambert Stuart ore than the usual checking fee Carlson nd the advantage is that they can e left at the postoffice for several ays without additional cost This promises to come into gen use during the next few months men have been using the post system to advantage for ome time in sending their baggage certain towns in advance of sits their Most any woman would rather ake a rich man a good husband than nke a poor man a good wife PROF PM JACK IS DEAD Prof F M Jack principal of the Eau Claire High school died there early Wednesday morning after a lin gering illness Mr Jack had been ill almost the entire time since the high school trouble there last fall when his reprimand of Miss Florence Blood high school student for her manner of wearing her hair and dress brought a demand for public apologies from many of the students A strike fol times He has wormed his good graces in to the Green Bay men until he is a recognized mascot pays nothing for his ridos except a reciprocating wag of the tail and an understanding wink to the conductor It has been two months since he has commenced to be a railroad dog and the boys are casting about for a name for appropriate THE CORPSE SAYS HELO PLAINFIELD LADY COMES HERE TO ATTEND TRAIN BY CORPSE The following dispatch from Plain ville to the Milwaukee papers will be read with much interest Informed by wire of the death of her Joseph Weinbauer at Grand Rapids Mrs Frank Wein bauer took a train for that city Ar riving there she was met at the sta tion by the man she believed dead The telegram was a mistake It was Mrs Jesse Athorp another relative who was dead and Mrs Weinbauer staid over for the funeral lowed Seven were expelled Prof Jack was 49 years old In former years Mr Jack assisted in conducting teachers institutes in this section of Wisconsin and is wellknown by many Grand Rapids people Blank paper In pads of all kinds and sizes for sale at the Leader office at 10 cents per pound Suitable for office and school use
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