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Daily Leader (Newspaper) - January 13, 1915, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin TUB WEATHER Partly cloudy tonight ud Thurs Probably Warmer south ind colder wtal portion FIRST DAILY LEADER GRAND WEDNESDAY JANUARY Largest Circulation of ant Daily paper in Wood County TEN CENTS A WEEK THE ANNUAL BANK MEETING STOCKHOLDERS OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK HELD AffflUAl MEETING AND DINNER The annual stockholders dinner of the First National Bank of Grand Ra was held atthe Witter Hotel Tuesday About seventy stockholders and their wives were present and they report a bounteous dinner and a very pleasant At the close of the social features Ihc usual business was conducted and the old officers and directors reelected by unanimous The annual report showed a verj saccessfut year notwithstanding the depressed condition of general busi and the assets of the bank in creased over seventy thousand dollars amounting to over thirty iwo million dollars was transacted 1914 of which more than one million six hundred thousand doUars was loans made to As tJkating that the people of this com munity handled a large amount of money last the report showed that over seven and a quarter millions of dollars was depositedin the First National during the twelve months just The officers and directors of the tank are George Vice Earle assistant SUFFRAGE Womans Measure Lacks ETCH Numerical STATES RIGHTS ARE IN WAY Edward Isaac Wit Sduthern Led by Un Oppoted to Multiplying Negro Mens Votes With Those of Negro Women Representative Mann Speaks In Mondell resolution proposing an amendment to the federal constitution to women the right to vote In all tho slates Ivan defeated In the house last night by substantial Of the 378 members present vcted against the resolution and 171 for Woman guflrago therefore polled just 16 than a ma jority of those present and 41 less than a of the full member ship of the lower branch of The resolution lacked 78 votes of tht total necessary for its twothirds uf the house being re quired on constitutional Woman suffrage did not make as good a showing in the house as prohibition amendment which was de feated In that body a month or BO ago by 61 The prohibition amendment polled three more than s majority of the members When Speaker Clark rapped for GREAT EARTHQUAKE IN ITALY Special to the Daily Leader by terrific earthquake shook this city causing a great panic imonjf the frightened Many of the principal buildings and structures of historic interest were Jn the outskirts of the cily eighteen people reported to have kill ed by falling RUSSIANS STOPPED AT THE NIDA RIVER Special to the Daily Leader by Russians were hurled back with heavy Josses by the Austrians when attemplcd to cross the Nida IN TO ALL DEMANDS Porte Will Apologize and Sa lute Italian ITALY IS NOT THROUGH YET TURKS ARE PUSHING ON IN PERSIA Special to the Daily Leader by Turkish army occupied the Persian city of The Russian garrison to Djulfai without offering resisl NEW CLASS ORGANIZED XETAIL SELLING TO BE TAUGHT AT THE COUNTY NORMAL SCHOOL A class in retai selling lias been VfffiUiized and will be taught at the County Normal school in this There 30 enrolled in the class and the first lesson will be given next Tuesday evening with Clifton Field The purpose of this course is to help the salesman to increase his This course is furnished by the University Extension Retail salesmen of Grand Rapids ire taking advantage of this course is seen in the iarge number already There will be six one each der In the house nearly every seat on thp Boor was occupied und the gal leries were It was womans day in the house and the few men ap reared In the throng looked down on the The women opposed to equal sur frase headed oy Arthur Dodge of New were alioted flpata in one section of lie public gal In another section aat mem of tliR congressional jmloti lor in organization that has been active In pushing the filiation into partisan politics and members of the Association oE Woman Suffrage were scattered through all the Conspicuous among those in the speakers gallery were Anna How ard Carrie Chapman Belmont and Pet hick Lawrence of Shaw was applauded as she took her Tbe proceedings started off A LISTJOF GOOD BOOKS BOOKSITO BE PLACED IK CIRCULATION AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY ON FRIDAY The following new books will bi placed in circulation at the publii library Friday Great Jackman of the Motor A brief interesting on every part of the motorcycle with several chapters on racing records and many other things of interest to the Neeser Our Many Sided Eadford Details of BuildingCon Principles of A WIFE WAS DESERTED SEKOOSA MAN ARRESTED AT BOSCOBEL CHARGE WITH WIFE ABANDOMINT Sheriff Bluett returned yesterday from Boscobel where he had gone for a resident of who is charged with deserting his It is alleged that Byers left Ms happy home on January and to contribute toward his wifes support after that He appeared before Justice of the Peace Calkins yesterday afternoon and the case was adjourned to In default of S50G bonds be was to Newspaper Man Seriously III Frederrk publisher of the Bv ansvillo who recently un OP went an operation Tor has ijcen operated upon for the bavins SiifTcrod a re in a loral His condl is 1ioi Democratic Paper in thf1 Democratic weekly paner in Monroe has Ihfl editor saying tnu not enoufiii support from the par ly Everybody present knew the Mondell resolution was marked for anfl accordingly those who took part in the debate seemed to go about their tasks rather After an hour and a halt of debate the house 209 to a spe cial rule to consider thfi proposed stitutional amendment for woman suf frage and then settled down to ST hours actual debate beforo voting on whether to submit the resolution to the states for States Rights Comes Fifty or more members spoke on the resolution In the main those who opposed equal suffrage based their arguments on the doctrine that this is a question tor treatment only by the They aso Insisted that the demand for reform rame from a minority ot women that the great majoritjfound no way to voice their Those who spoke foi equal suffrage insisted that the right to rote could not in justice be denied to women and that as civiliza tion advanced the demand for the privilege was bound to become irre Southerners Representatives Monde author of the and manv good book on steam and hot water heating valuable also for its treat ment of several typts of vapor heat ing FICTION Abbott Little Eve Adams The Presented by Bofiher How It Dawson The Lincoln Kent Matheivson Pitcher Sinclair Ranch at the Turnbuil Looking After Watts Rise of Jennie REPLACED Stowe Uncle Toms Sandy Trapper Grinnece the Young Trap Johnston Little Johnston Little Colonels Knight corner JOHN ARPIN A DIRECTOR ANNUAL MEETING OF WOOD COUNTY NATIONAL BANK HELD LAST NIGHT The annual stockholders meeting of the Wood County National Bank was Keld Tuesday January in the commodious banking rooms of this There was a good attendance with a large portion of the ock A review of the past years business was given in the reports by the followed by an interesting alk by Alexander on the operation of the Federal Reserve Bank The old Board of Directors were elected with John Arpin added to the Arpin is a well nown and highly regarded business man of this city and his election will ie a valuable addition to this board f directors which is now as follows udson John Arpin and Guy After the stockholders meeting the following officers wore reelected for Klngdom Will Have Repreientatlve at Promised Investigation to Sea That It Is Not Needlessly Delayed Made That Neutrality Signers Were Hodeida inci dent will probably soon be judging by the latest Turkey has now definitely accepted alJ ot Italys including a mil itary salute to the Italian Hag when It is again hoisted over the where it was hauled down by the con sul after the violation of the building by the arrest of tha British vice con who had taken refuge Italian after ordering the flag took refuge on board an Ital ian war The Turkish government has pointed a commission to investigate the incident before reparation is The Italian foreign office tes ordered the consul to land at Hodeida and participate In the Inves tigation so to hasten the work of the commission as much as it is the Hurkish inquiry might be Indefinitely pro Charge Neutrality Signers The police have arrested many al leged proGerman agents who have been soliciting Bljuatureg to a peti tion invoking Italys neutrality throughout the It is charged that the agents paid for signatures to tli6 WOOD COUNTY STUDENTS THIRTEEN TAKING COURSE tN COUECE OF AGRICULTURE AT MADISON There are 6S of the 71 counties of the state represented in the enroll ment of students in the courses in the college of Agriculture at the univer Dane county furnishes the largest 229 young men and women being enrolled from that county in the dairy and home economics The ten counties with largest registrations are Dane Milwaukee Grant Wau kesha Fund du Lac Manitowoc Waupaca Jefferson Wai worth Ciarfc There are 13 students enrolled from Wooil county in the various A list of these follows Lpland Grand Rapids Roy Grand Rapids Brad Alice Lindsey John Nckoosa John Arpin Clarence Marsh field Schu Joseph Hewitt Elmer Grand Rapids Edmund Grand Rapids Carl Chili Marshfield Florence Auburndale Harry petition at the rate of a Beputy In penny the asked the home office if tt was of this shameful hunt for Bignaturea Iri a maneuver which was unworthy of a civilized He urged the government to Intervene to prevent lie were Incompatible Tilth the ertrem delicacy of the present political sit the ensuing year presi dent vice president Ouy cashier and assistant FIRE INSPECTION OF CITY FIREMEN QUARTERLY INSPECTION OF BUSINESS HOUSES IN THE CITY The local fire company are making the quarterly inspection of the busi ness houses in this These in others supported the Representative southerners generally opposed it nrnendmcnt anT GIRL FINDS MISSING PARENT LaCrossc Woman Claims Hazel West as Her fifteen year old srl who uaa taken away from Frederick her foster by Judge Hrtntllcy lie cause he had neglected has found her mother in a woman she haa known all her life as a dpar Frederick tho before Judge Brlntilcy and tolri the rcmnrkalilo story of how she had given her to tho Wests when slic WBS a baby because sbo herself was unable to care for her Parole Law Working parole law seems to be working well in this Instead ol prisoners remain ing In Jail they are sent to work and the money earned is given to the fam ilies or prisoners for their necessary Duringthe year 1914 for mer Sheriff William Welt collected earned by Income Taxes on Unlawful No state In come lax can be collected on crip situated outside of the in herited by a citizen of for no consideration Is ac cording to a decision or Judge Ray Stevens In circuit court Ruy it in lUpids Has Hard Working Deer a farmer who raises poultry as a gide has a flock of 145 flore is the report ot their last years activities lie gathered 6fgs over above those reserved for Plan Log Rolling Kati Claim wiU tiavc another worlds nionship lof rolling contest this year he lirobabilitics aro tfint tlio KPme on aa d ne WOULD LIKE MILD STOCKHOLDERS OF CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK HELD MEET ING The annual meeting of the Citizens National Bank was held at the bank A jcood representa tion of the stockholders were present and when they left it was with a feel ing that the bank would be bigger in another It was the sentiment of the stoekholcleiE that they should build a largo bank building of their but nothing was done in the mat The reports of the officers shoiverl the institution to be in firpt class con dition and every one of them were pleased with the showing marie during the The old officers ami directors wore reel as follows Vice Nate H spections are made by the firefighters themselves and IE very The foundations uf the the the electric wiring are all examined for and if any are found the owner is fied to have same put in a sate con The basements and other parts of the buildings and the premises about the same are also examined and if there is any refuse of a combustible nature found it must be cleaned A report is made of the findings to the fire wardens Chunk of Wood Proves aa the 1 camr at John KowalskE was about to put a chunk ot wood nithe stovo something caugbt bis Investigation showed it had been made into a bomb and contained enough dynamite to blow thp to H Is claimed other attacks have been made on the Recently the drinking water was Previous to this a barn was and last fall the entire potato crop was The family lias no they Three Cities Bid For Packing New Crolx and Pierce county branches of the American Society of Equity have under way a project to pslablsh a Hacking plnnt that will sauphter aivl take cure of lOft bond of TiO and r0 Fbcop It is n EECT NEW JUICERS ANNUAL MEETING OF FAIR ASSOCIA TION HELD YESTER DAY Auburn Marsh Marsh The foregoing is a list of the new officers of the Central State Fair elected at the annual meeting held yesterday morn ing at the city hall in MarshfieloV Har mony was distinctly in style at the and the selections were made without contests and with a single view to the good of the Dis cussions took place on the filling of the two first EL whose untimely death occurred last had been president of he association for some Several names were suggested for the vacancy but after taking a recess and an in formal caucus the representative gathering of vnewbevs voted unani mously for vho is a well known breeder of live stork and is a bustler tn use a mild Otto Leu was suggested by some for and received the unanimous votof the association for via olnce being ut this and Noll were reelected without The association appears to be in a very satisfactory condition and has reduced its indebtedness over 700 since the last Acting on a suggestion made at the the association voted to em power President Kieffer to appoint a committee for the purpose of limiting the exhibits to the three counties of Wood and as they see On this cimmittee he appoint ed Pan kow and together with the This meet to discuss the committee will advisability of prohibiting the giving of premiums to professional exhibitors from distant parts of the state or from other thus giving home exhibitors a better The committee is authorized to propose bylaws or am endments WASHINGTON DRY Prohibition Before the Senate Is Likely to hibltion for he District of has become filronf Although the voted to similar to thfr a prohibition amendment to tinIlia noratitin in Ln Nw j trki ot Columbia bill and Hivrr Vallato llio senate committee on by prtins for tho rtlvorB volfl 0 37 lo 34 it WM iils has offered uf tircp nmuibera of that Mm ft fnvorahlc report wilt be to tin For rout inity pajnr l day and that tho for tho Daily j Will
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