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Stevens Point Daily Journal (Newspaper) - November 6, 1913, Stevens Point, Wisconsin dint g mil NINETEENTH YEAR STEVENS POINT WISCONSIN THURSDAY NOV 6 1913 NUMBER 5616 WERE TALKING WAR IN MEXICO CITY TODAY Special dispatch to the Journal Mexico City November by the United States to force the immediate resignation of Huerta is momentarily expected here today Talk is on every tongue lowing confirmation at Vera Crux by bind of tlie report de- mand on liad been made Special dispatch to the Journal Mexico November purposes of Provisional President were voiced today by one to the president The dent to the of friend ii determined to reject all de- j set forth in the latest can communication and is resolved to seat congress elected If congress however declares the presidential election null and makes ai another election I will abide bv the decision FIFTY YEARS AGO MARSHFIELD DEFALCATION It is stated that three more ages been found in accounts of L B Carl when he was manager of the Marshfield water and light plant These bring Carl's alleged de- up to Carl is now out on bail and is at Marshfield preparing for his defense The city j attorney of has been in- to suit for against the bv which Carl was bonded in capacity of j ager of the water and lighting plants The suit brought by Dis- trier Attorney C E Briere against A G Felker is alleged to have been based noon an affidavit made by ben Seidl u Marshfield barber The affidavit said to have been secured from the barber by flavor Robert Connor Mr Connor and Mr ker are both candidates for mayor at the special election to he held November 20 BLEW OUT THE GAS WITH USUAL RESULTS Special dispatch to the Journal Chicago November men were killed by gas here day They extinguished the by it out M E Bruce First Set Foot on consin Soil It was fifty years ago today that M K proprietor of the Bruce hotel on Water street and one ot Stevens Point's best known and most valued citizens first set foot on Wisconsin soil That was at waukee and the event is a memorable one to Mr Bruce as it brought to end a long and tiresome water trip and in more than one shaped his destiny Mr Bruce was six years of age when with four brothel's and a ter he left South Colton St rence county New York his place by wagon for on the St Lawrence river At the ter place the party boarded the steamer notable at that time because it was a propeller in- stead of a and it took thirteen davs for the vessel to Milwaukee via Great From there they traveled to At water Dodge county where their father had gone in the preceding June In M H Bruce hoofed it behind a flock of sheep to eau county where he remained until he winter of 1870 then to Fond du Lac county Five years later he came to Stevens Point which continued to be his ters for upwards of twenty years which he was employed in woods work and on the river For sixteen years he has been in the hotel business in Stevens Point in he has had marked From appearances he many years of usefulness ahead of him let us hope that in this instance appearances are not deceiving DUNKARDS GO SOUTH THREE SMOKES A DAY to the new internal enue law which went into effect on Oct 1 Point and all other are limited to three smokes a day on which they are not required to pay revenue tax In or der to avail themselves the of the law however the ers take their cigars every day I They cannot let them go fur a day I and then take six the next day or for a week and then pull down the entire twenty-one cigars will all have to be by the selves To give them away is a of the law There are twelve makers in the city and if each smoked his three cigars each day they would consume a total of annually At five cents a piece these would have a value of LIFE One-half of life is When a man ia past the earning age in life and has not accumulated thing he always looks back and thinks of the dollars that have slipped through his lingers IF he had only saved part of them he could enjoy life during his de- clining years Make a new lution to SAVE OF WHAT YOU EARN If you wish to succeed you MUST SAVE A Savings Account can be opened with any sum from 81.00 up It is the stepping stone to SUCCESS You intend to NOW All business confidential THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1883 U S DEPOSITORY Capital and Surplus Climate of the Northwest Too For Vegetarian Diets The limited thut passed here Wednesday morning had among its passengers several Dunkard families emigrating from the northwest territory to Georgia The population of the Canadian northwest has been greatly depleted in the few vears There a time when the sect threatened to become one of the greatest tors in population but their queer ideas relative to their ence from meat and their failure to make proner provision for the future has greatly increased death rate among them over the balance of and in addition they have emigrated in large numbers The tide of the Dunkard tion for a time flowed toward the western states of the United States but it has now shifted and most of emigrants are locating in Georgia Florida and other com- hs of the southeast where the is more suitable to a etarian diet From the moral point they make excellent citizens MAY BE FOUR CANDIDATES A dispatch from Madison savs that attempts to center Republican support upon one candidate for to have come to naught At least four possible candidates for the highest state office are sitting by to see which shall make the first an- Tn conversation with friends however these men cally I hat they will become candidates regardless of the tition The four possibilities are Speaker Hull of Black River Falls Senator George E Scott of Prairie Farm Senator W H Hatton of Xew London and C If hart of Superior chairman of the industrial commission It is freely predicted that Ion's announcement may be expected before the holidays Some of his friends claim he would be tory to all factions of the Republican v FOREIGN POTATO IMPORTERS A market report from Xew York cnty states several thousand bags of Belgium and Holland toes have been the two weeks These two are the only foreign countries except certain parts of Canada from toes can be shipped to the United States as the quarantine law keeps out potatoes from Germany Ireland and the other large shipping count rips It is thought that the shipments from Belgium and Holland will be fairly heavy Fresh pimento cheese at Young's PLAN TO IMPROVE FARM CONDITIONS Two University Experts Be In City Friday When Matter Will Be Discussed No doubt the business men and farmers in this locality are interested in improving general land tions in Portage county especially of that land tributary to Stevens Point There are over acres of sandy land near here some of which is much run down but which if rightly worked could be greatly Thp college of agriculture of the University of Wisconsin has been carrying on experimental work with soil very similar to that in this at during the last six years and has had very encouraging results Professor E R Whitson and H W Ullsperger both experts on the subject are in charge of this work for the state and they have consented to meet with those inter- ested in farm conditions in Portage ro work out with them a plan for developing a ful demonstration farm This ing will be held at the office of Fisher Hanna Cashin on Friday night November 7 at S o'clock Tt is believed that the sandy soil near the city can by using proper be made as productive as any the state Many of the farms require building tap but some farmers hesitate about going ahead because of the lack of knowledge as to some of the scientific methods By at- tending the meeting Friday evening interested may receive able information on this important question Those -in charge of the preliminary arrangements have negotiated with A E Redfield for the lease or chase of eight or tea acres for ex- purpos-es This lies within the city on Church street a macadam well traveled road The plot has heen cropped for years and would make an ideal experiment station and if good results can be had on this marked improvement in Portage count farms as a whole may be looked for SENDS MILITIA TO SCENE OF STRIKE Special dispatch to the Journal Indianapolis November entire state militia of Indiana was ordered out today by Gov Ralston on account of the street car strike liere The governor has stated that he will declare martial law Indianapolis November ney Morrill Clawson in behalf of labor officials delivered a formal protest to Gov Ralston against ins out the state troops The com- was read by the governor without comment WORKING HOURS REDUCED The working hours in the tive construction department of the Soo at North Fond du were cut down Monday from nine to eight hours the men now leaving at 4 o'clock instead of 5 o'clock as for- merly Superintendent A R Kipp asked whether the ste had been taken on account of the shortening of th days replied that it had not It was a step not in line with an- customary policy of the said Mr Kipp It has beerr occasioned bv a in the treasury de Retrenchment in has become absolutely sarv at this time and that is the son that working hours have been shortened LICENSE FEES The council recently passed a resolution instructing the city clerk to demand a retail license fee of all breweries in the city This action was based on a recent decision of the attorney general to the effect that breweries must have retail cense before permitted to sell intoxicants to any person not having a license to deal in the same at re- tail In this city and we presume in other Also outside breweries business in the city have been required to take out retail licenses for which they pay annually hut no licenses have been exacted from the local breweries The inter- placed upon the law by At- torney General Owen is a new Our Fourth Annual November Sale HOUR SALE 9 to 10 o'clock FRIDAY Morning NOV 7 DRESS GINGHAMS Pieces of Dress Colors 9 to A M 7 c- Yard Not over 8 yards to a customer No Telephone Orders Taken 11 if 11 u ii u in n u i MANSLAUGHTER CHARGED On August 24 when George mer aged 17 was passing the road in Marathon county he got off his wheel and went into the orchard of William Schmidt to get some and when in the chard was hot by a iin which had been set by Schmidt Soon utter the incident the latter was arrested for viola the law in regard to set but released on bail pending the result of the boy's ies The boy died a days ago and now Schmidt has been with manslaughter allow the members of the faculty o attend the teachers in this week On morning an assembly was held for the ot I a list for Noon Maunders editor in chief of I the a short falk On Tuesday William Nolan representing Victor Talking chine Co entertained the school for half an hour selections on a Invitations were not mailed to the students of the High school for the orchestra dance to be given Nov However all of the students are cor- invited to the dance When the tickets were printed it was to I lie dance in Amusement hall However Orient house hall was secured for the occasion and tho tickets have been reduced from to 75 cents It is expected that a large crowd will attend A boys debating and girls ary society will be week Last year the attendance at society was very large and il is expected tins will give better results will have and ihold weekly meetings The debating club will consist of boys de- Uiilc work mid those wishing to try out for the debating team The society will take up dramatic well us literary work I grapes for Young's salads at HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Pive new motors have been in- stalled in the manual training de- The pins for the members of tho Senior ehiss will be purchased in about two At u game of football played night between the and the Freshmen the former were victorious by a score of 18 to 13 closed Wednesday and will not reopen until Monday in order to GRAND TONIGHT And TOMORROW NIGHT Only Carry and Cummings Ii Dancing aid FOUR REELS OF PICTURES THE HUMAN play Special Feature THE PADRE'S Western Drama 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