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Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1914, Ludington, Michigan Tlifc Only Sunday Entering Masbfi United Press and Special Wire News Service VOLU1VIB 181 NOVEMBER 1914 FIVE CENTS WAS BASE TO 8IIPPIE1 BRESLAU MAY BE BESIEGED BY RUSSIANS Belief Is General That German General Staff Plans Have Been Latest Statement Says That Turkey Has Forced War Upon Sister Ship to the High Flyer Sunk By The Germans an official statement early this Sunday morning the foreign office Turkey has forced war upon Eng plans her most determined move against England from despite her strong efforts to break through and capture the northern Prance canal according to latest At the military headquarters there is a growing be lief that Germany will violate the Dutch neutrality by using Ant werp as a navy Reports today declare that German sappers and engineers are strengthening the defenses erected in the vicinity of are miningthe roads about Ghent and Ant werp and are fitting and testing six submarines that have been sent to Other submarines are reported in the canal between Zeebrugge and The belief is general here that the German general staff has shift ed its plans concerning the capture of Calais and They have lost thousands of men in the fighting of the last thirteen some estimates placing thenumber in excess of and while the Germans are still west of the Yser at certain at others they have been driven several miles to the Unless they can bring up reinforcements of not less than they can hardly expect to get in cannon range of the French coast SERVE ULTIMATUM ON TURKEY allies have served an ultimatum on Tur It was admitted tonight that France and England are acting in concert in dealing with latest crisis of the By the direction of the foreign offices of three nations their diplomatic representatives in Constantinople today formally demanded an ex planation of the Black sea incidents and the bombardment of the Russian ports by theTuulcish The complete disavowal of the actions of the fleet was demand eel Tinkey also asked mediately withdraw the German officers men from the battle cruiser Goebcii and the cruiser Breslau and to dismantle these cruis ers the remainder of the A time limit has been set for the receipt of the reply and if it is unsatisfactory relations between Turkey and the allies will immed iately be broken BEDOUINS INVADE EGYPT dispatch from Athens to the Exchange Telegraph company says a force of Bedouins has invaded No statement is made as to where the alleged invasion took place and the press bureau is confirmation of the BRITISH CRUISER SUNK British light cruiser sister ship of the High was sunk by a German submarine in the Straighls of Dover the officers and men were according to the official announcements The Hermes was 350 feet with displacement of tons and a speed of 20 Her armament consisted of eleven six inch and nine throe inch guns and she carried a crew of 475 ITALIAN CABINET HAS RESIGNED was reported tonight that the Italian cab inet had Confirmation from government sources is lacking but it was assumed that if true it represented that a Avar move had been forced by the action of TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION STOPPED post Office tonight announced that tele graphic communication with Turkey ALLIES DRIVEN ACROSS THE AISNE Via official statement issued by the war office tonight declared that the attack on Ypres is pro gressing favorably with the German forces gaining at some The enemy has been driven across the river Aisne and Iras suffered heavy the statement Our forces have captured prisoners and large quantities of supplies and The issue in is still The Russians are slowly pursu ing our which continue to fall back in good There is going to be something It is still Pearly white Perfect follow the use of Hexall Antiseptic Tooth Powd No with a delightful Price 25 cents at the Snow Drug OMFICIIIIS capital of the stately city hall of wliich is here Is in some danger of being besieged by the and has been prepared for a stubborn Attended the Convention of the Mlchi 99 n StateAssociation of Osteo paths at Jackson Last Week Glenn Wheeler returned Tri day from Jackson where he has been in attendance at the convention of the Michigan Association of Osteo paths for several days during the He reports a very interesting meeting and a large attendance from all over the While general topics regarding oste opathic treatment of disease was dis the most accord ing to was the report of the advance being made in the treat ment of nervous diseases and mental which has only been under taken during the past few years but in which marked progress is already Swedish Lutheran Church Cele brates Fortieth Anniversary With Series of Success ful Meetings FIRST PASTOR OF CHURCH IS PRESENT In the Interest of the Poor In Luding ton Motion Picture Theatres Will Give Benefit Shows Packed houses are expected at the Kozy and Eagle Wed nesday evening when all of the mo tion picture theatres will give benefit the proceeds to be devoted to the Benevolent society for the care of the poor during the coming Every one in Ludington is urged to attend one or more of the theatres on this benefit The price of admission at all of the theatres will be ten cents and as each of them has arranged to have some special film for this event patrons are sure to re ceive their moneys worth and at the same time will be aiding In a worthy New Hearse Arrives Thompson Donells hearse arrived last It is a silver grey ar and is considered one of the finest funeral hearses in north of ifand being a seven column latest style funeral Dally News Want Ads Prlng Results Old Baldie Stewart Congregation Has Grown From 39 to With 200 in Sunday School The jubilee services opened Tues day evening with an address by Gustaf Bergmaan in talking upon the Why should our children attend the regular services in the future of the church depends upon the training that we give the children in the regular If they get into the habit of attending it will become second nature with them and in most cases as they grow older will remain in church that the motion picture show is one of the greatest enemies of the Many parents take their children to the theatre when they should bo in About 100 children attend services at the Swedish Lutheran church in this city every Berg man complimented the and said that as far as ho know thero was not another church in Auguslana Synod that could boast of having such a large number of children present every Bergman was followed by Victor Vestling of a son of the late Vestling of this who for many years was the revered and be loved pastor of this church and whose pastorate comtinund until his Vestling told his hearers itliat the very best way of keeping the young people in the church IK to give them something to not only in the Sunday school and Voung Peoples so but give thorn ofliee of trust in the regular work of the He cautioned the young people in regard to choosing their associates and the literature that they lie Continued on four The Wrath of the Gods to Be Shown Tuesday By special request of Misses Anna and Klla who saw this grand picture while on a visit to Mil who saw and will vouch for It being one of the grandest pictures ever put upon the 1 have gone to no little expense in securing it and in fact had to get permission from headquarters in New York of those who own and control it ito allow it to come at this early to a city the size of Ludington as the picture is ivosv play ing in only larger cities where they are charging 35c and ad Although 1 am compelled to pay a very high price for I am going to give the people of Ludington a real treat and a chance to see something they have never seen anything like be fore for the regular prices of 5 and The actors are all stars and all Japanese people so this will be youj first chance to see what Japanese can do in the picture Now if you are in doubt and would like to know all about this grand pic ture call up one of tho girls and will be glad to toll you all about One show in the afternoon starting at ocock and two shows in the first show nt second at 8 ISO Dally News WantAds Bring Results X X x x x Volnnleer help IH needed to finish the Although the work Is progressing with wonderful there is u short time In which to do the many things necessary to make UK building complete and comfortable for the es that are to begin next Sun The work on the build ing lias progressed so far now that anyone who can saw and hammer can aid in finishing and all are urged to at least an hour or two of time during Ihe coming tf X X x Old Baldie Stewart No Live Stock Can Be Shipped From Chicago Yards For Ten Days and Perhaps More FOOT AND MOUTH DIS EASE IS THE TROUBLE Disease Has Been Spreading Rapidly in Southern Michi gan and North Indiana Hy Press to Daily News greatest stockyards in the world hvere tindet government quarantine Un der telegraphic Instructions from the department of agriculture at Washing the Chicago Inspection of fice locltyf ordered that for the next ten days at no live hogs or sheep be shipped from the Union Stockyards unless there is a vast im provement In Tndiana and southern Michigan where the foot and mouth disease is The will per mit shipments of live stock intended for immediate These must be transported in cars sealed and pla carded under conditions specified by the department of Campaign Ends in Nebraska of the most strenuous political campaigns Nebraska known in years ends tonight with big rallies in Mncoln and other cities throughout the The gubernatorial contest is the big John Is fighting for His chief opponent is Howell of the republican A vote on woman suffrage and several other important measures has added to the interest in Brandegee Versus Baldwin ing contests for United States sena tor and governor are to be decided at Tuesdays election in Senator has a hard light on his hands for re election against Governor Simeon and Herbert Knox Candidates for governor are Lyman dem ocrat Marcus republi and Willard progres Set Fire to House and Burns Wife and Four Little Chil dren in Their Illinois Home WANTED TO BE WITH THE OTHER WOMAN Placed Ten Sticks of Dynamite Under Kitchen Stove and Watched House Burn i By United Press Daily News on a bench the guard house at Jefferson Scott a to recited to the police the story of one ot the most hideous crimes in his For the love of a whose last name he did not dynamited his home at on the night of September he settingfire to the little dwelling and burning to death his wife and fotir little While the charred and mangled bodies still remained in the he hurried to the resort where Lucille was an inmate and remarked boast Now i have got the divorce I wan did1 rfd his amazing story to night to a stenographer the pres ence of States Attorney Busch who trailed him to Chief of Detectives Allen dar and two Illinois deputy fire mar He met he in a resort in Champaign and became in fatuated with Then he deliber ately set about to put his wife ami children oiit of the He ten sticks of explosive caps 4 arid several feet of placed the dynamite under the kitchen where the little family would soon ait down to lighted the fufee and then coolly waited in the yard for ithe frfcplbslott thttt to sweep their lives I waited a he said in the sworn to see that she was burning all Then I called the I told them my wifo and babies were burned they didnt try to do anything but save the j j Just one hundred pounds at delicious chocolates with maple cream and walnut centers at 80c per Sahlmarks Lyric Theatre Monday and Tuesday THE GREATEST PLAY IN MOVING PICTURES THE WRATH OF THE GODS PLAYED BY ALL STAR ACTORS AND ENTIRE COM PANY OF ALL JAPANESE PEOPLE Tin1 scone of the Volcanic Eruption alone is worth more than the price charged for Dont iiiil to see it is the greatest picture of llu1 present day shown on the want to give our patrons a real treat in the moving picture line so we will show it at our regular 5 and MATINEE ONE SHOW EACH AFTERNOON AT OCLOCK SHOWS AT NIGHT First Show at Second Show at children under 12 5c all lOc COME EARLY AND HAVE YOUR C JE OF SEATS VOTE POLITICAL A day is drawing near and the time will soon be here lor you to pass your judgement on tinpro posed Fraternal one of the most vicious pitcos of legislation over Do not he deceived by any eleventh hour literature that may be distributed by opposing who proposed this amendment in order to IVnee all fraternal societies in Michigan to go out of The whole proposition is that of who would delight in seeing all of the state fraternal organizations Their bluff has been called and ibey have been found with an empty For of fraternal societies andknowledge thai your widow and children will be well cared for when the inevitable time vote MASON COUNTY FRATERNAL VOTKRS LKAfJlK EC NO 99
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