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Daily Leader (Newspaper) - March 24, 1915, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin THE WEATHEtt Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs Irolwblr snow flurries north por tion DAILY LEADER Largest Circulation of ant Daily paper in Wood County FIRST GRAND WEDNESDAY MARCH H TEN CENTS A WEEK CANDY FACTORY MAY LOCATE HERE Milwaukee Candy Factory Wants Come To Grand is Now Pending to Milwaukee people were in the city were so favorably impressed with the on Sunday looking over the place with city and the Amusement hall for a a view to locating their candy factory factory that they will take the maUer This Milwaukee concern intendup with their to enlarge their present quarters in If the concern should decide to order to increase their output atid locate probably they will make knowing of acquaintances kind of a proposition to the theirs here requested them to come but whether here and look over the The Amusement hall was inspected they will ask for any consessions or or whether the company will and the visitors were of the opinl nil think of moving from Milwaukee is that it was just what they although they were not in a position to make any arrangements or These representatives of the company not It is said that the concern would bring about 15 families with them and altogether employ nearly 100 MOOSE WILL MEET TONIGHT fflLLMATE ANOTHER CLASS OF CANDIDATES AT MEETING THIS EVENING The local lodge of the Loyal Order of Moose will hold its regular weekly meeting this Jt is important that every member be present as there is important business to before the A class will be It is expected that at least a dozen of the applicants will be present to take the The meeting will be called at S DEDICATION OF ELKS HOME ODENWALD WILL FEELJU FIST Government to Prosecute Ves sel Held at San COAST PORTS TO BE GUARDED Department of Justice Has Matter Under Consideration Regarding Measures to Be Taken Against Ship That Played Hide and Seek With March depart ment or JUG lice is preparing to prose the owners of the German liner which attempted to escape from San Porto without clearance Odenwald is being held by the war department subject to the orders oi the depart ment of The federal district attorney at Sun Juan hag been asked for a report and until that report has arrived it will not be known here what indi viduals are to be namefl in the pro The offense of the Odsmwald was her violation ot the recent resolu tion oi congress providing for strict Under theterms of the resolution the vessel may be forfeit OBREGONS ARMY AIMSJHOAST Juncture Wife Carranza Forces Is Being BRINGING UP SOLDIERS Reports From War Zones in Mexico Indicate Some Lively Fighting s Soon to Take Place Between Hos tile Asks Report on ATTACK BY LAND AND SEA ON DARDANELLES FORTS Special to the Daily Leader by March large force of allied troops have landed on the peninsula of A general attack by laml and sea on the danellcs forts is to he undertaken upon the arrival of the British war unn on the way to go in Dar French and BOWLING March received here indicate that General SPECIAL TRAIN WILL RUN GREEN BAY ROAD WILL RUN SPECIAL TO DEXTERVILLE FRIDAY FOR HiLES FUNERAL The Green Bay Western road will run a special train on Friday to DextervillR in order to accommodate from here who want to attend the funeral of James The train will leave here at 12 oclock noon and APRIL 17 AND IS MIL BE BIG DAYS IN THIS CITY FOR LOCAL ELKS The dedication of the Elks new home in Grand Hapids will be held on the 18th of April and there promises to be the biggest bunch of big Elks n the city at that time that ever seen The local lodffe has planned on two big On Saturday the dedication of their new home will be held and on the 18lh there will be a bigclass The work will he in charge of the degree team from The Milwaukee Elks will come to the goings on in a special train of Pull man sleepers and it is thought that in the neighborhood of 150 from tha Cream City will be At the dedication ceremonies a pro gram is now being aiTangcd and it is said that ninny prominent Elks from different parts of the state will be on the In the number of at tendance the lowest estimate has been or the owner or or pep sot or persona having charge or com mand of the may be fined not less than nor more than or be imprisoned not to exceed two Destroyer to San order to make tta port of San Juan secure from other eases of es cape the secretary of the navy in structed Admiral Fletcfter to send a torpedo destroyer from Guantanamo to assist the custom officials oj Porto The navy department also gave or ders that the destroyer Just completed at navy be assigned to guard duty In New York harbor at It IB stated that thiH rush order was due to the ahsenco of the Mohawk of the reve uut cutter service from duty at New HE WAS in command of Is preparing to effect a junction with Carranza forces either at Tflmptco or This is indicated in a report that General Obregon is torty nne miles north of Mexico City and Ij mOTing with speed toward the Official advlceB show tbut there ig a good deal of activity on the Carrauea forces at Matamoras have entrenched in that town awaiting an attack from Reports from Eagle are to the effect that General a Villa has arrived at Piedras having with him a nvmber of Telegraph com has been reaamefi between Piedras Negrns and Sabinag nnd gangs began repairing the tracks be tween the two towns a day or two It is expected that the road will he opened to the south In two Carranza Asks Report on The department la advised that Car ranza has Bailed on the military com mander at llamanlllo for report on thi excesses which are said to be oc curring in his The constitutionalist agency has been advised that Generals Garza and Kicaui Vtllista column at In the state of Tamau Hpas Inflicting heavy From Vera Crue It was reported to the acency that General Trevlno defeat ed Villa forces at This Is said to oe the VtiHsta force advanc TOURNAMENT UNCLE SAM DROPS LAWSUIT THE CLEUES TEAM MAKE HIGHEST SCORE IN LAST NIGHTS GAMES In the bowling tournament the Gleue Five Man team made the high est scores with a tota of 2257 In the singles Bissig walked away with the honors with 546 pins to his The scores for the evening were as follows FIVE MEN Gleues Gleue Lambert Glcuo Bissij Brendcnburg 169 US 98 216 153 749 Carlsons Outlaws STILL THIRSTY Ifiavn Bexteiville immediately the after BANKER SUICIDE WAS CRAZY placed at Arrangements are now being made to get together a band to meet the visiting Elks as they reach the city and it is thought that there will be big parade on the During the evening of the first day there will bo a lunch served in the basement of the new There will be such a large crowd present that it wil be impos sible to serve in the dining During the morning of the 18th Had for Many Years Feared Me Would Die of Says New March a who druw up Howard Ecococks will and a dost personal friend of the who fcUled his and said that Boocock lor many yearg had entertained the bellet Lhat he might die on liis as he expressed from Hoocockr Case was He had been getting worse every day for 1 lived next Ircn manufacturers here whose planls door to him at ail of hve been idle undsr truce with em last and I He was poyes announce that mills will rc StntcPresident Otto Eoenius of this city will preside over a meeting of the Exalted Rulers from different lodges who are SHEET IRON MILLS TO OPEN Extension of Truce Allowed Pending Wage March oosessed with the idea that he had the Specialists him he was but he ciung to the snme tmce operations nest will end but The Sues Bill Donovan for 11 arch manager of the New York who are doing their training was EorveiS at breakfast with WILL pijers filed by his Helen ftt time is given on account of tile third rtfurenfliim vote on the Questou of accepting a lower wage scale by the sheet and tin plate lodges of the Amalgamated Association of and Tin Plate TWO FULL MOONS THIS MONTH For tho first time in 40 local people may sec a full moon twice in the It is said this con dition will not occur again for another 40 During Fohrujirys 28 a full moon was not H you want to know what la going You nM the Daily EXCHANGE PRISONERS United States Envoy Aids In Relief of War March lha intermediation of the American minister to Charles Vo Serbia and have readied agreement for llio exchange at inlrrnnil Those aro lo include men under oiclitoen yoara old and over fifty all women nmi soldiers incapable of fur the military service because of Hick licBb or PLOVER ROAD FARMER CAME Tfl THE CITY WITH A TERRIBLE THR1ST PAYSAFINE I want a drink of nice cold water were the first words that George Fisher said as he entered Jiitice Pomainvilles court this and from the looks of the man he not only needed a drink but also a Fisher is a farmer on the Plover road and yesterday came to the as Ue to buy a couple of Between the horse deal and numerous drinks of Holland he went to the Early in the evening he was completely knocked out and went tu the mat in the barn at the rear of Gottschalk Anderson Officer Berg found him about 11 oclock fast asleep under a wagon in the He was lying on his back in the filth and dirt This morning he told the court that all he needed at the present time was a drink of He insisted that he purchased two horses yesterday but only one of them could be Whether he knew what he had done or not seemed to be a question vith His Fisher paid a fine of S3 00 and amounting to After be left the court room it was fount necessary to hire a woman to clean up the dirt lie had left in the from the direction Potosi on of San Luis LaPoint Carlson Kriesch White Barnard 159 105 148 172 785 180 12G 110 139 129 G84 1G7 98 130 157 149 195 133 112 190 194 132 121 143 163 ISC IT IS WORTH READING Hew York Plans Religious New March movement looking toward the inauguration ot a Brent religious revival here was launched as the result of a conference ot seventy clergymen representing five religious who pre dicted that the greatest revival in the liIstory of the city soon be un der PUBLIC LIBRARY HAS BOOKS FOR CIR CULATION RECOMMENDED BY LOGAN I have spent some hours of lafce with Charles Parkhursts splendid The Pulpit and The and it was time well The chapters of this book are reaMy lectures delivered in 1913 before the Divinity School of Yale and every chapter grips the readers attention and commands his These are the chapter headings Preacher and his Qualifica Pulpits Estimate of Considered as a Kesponsibility for Civic of the Church to the Life of the with the FunJa VI Sanctuary and Sanctuary No musty no pros ic no ong drawn arguments arc in these Hut they thrust Scriptural truth into llio mind ami into thn For this is a book that touches the vital Ihings in todays The preacher or layman who reads it with a mind a id heart open to a personal benefit veil wnnt to pet away alone with God and White Barnard Kriech LaPoint Whitrock Mathis Carlson Barnard White Stuart Gleue Bissig Lambert 130 189 116 185 135 149 103 167 159 139 1SS ISO 127 169 160 171 133 171 154 133 160 164 116 109 177 128 154 691 715 141 201980 146 136787 19049B 138441 1238R9 165492 151477 143398 174531 189E4G 143398 147453 ARKDALE CREAMERY DID HOT VIO LATE iFEDERAL STATUTE Officers of the Arkdalc Creamery in Adams county were recently served with notice that a suit had been started against the corporation by the government for for to file government income tas report for year ending December The affair might have been not been for the fact that the officials hadmailed the re port in accordance with but it became lost in some President Walter Hen drickson went down to Madison armed with a certified copy of the and the government officials agreed to drop the In the case of this company the o cers had attended to the matter strictly according to but there might have been serious trouble had affairs been handled Frendcnburger 152 TONIGHTS SCHEDULE Johnson Outlaws and Peoples Tailoring at 8 THURSDAYS SCHEDULE Connors 2 Maddens Port 8 8 HE HAS SECURED BAIL KKUBSACK SECURES BAIL AND HAS BEEN RELEASED who in ac cused of having shot and caused the death of Gus Kinkle of who died at Marys hospital in was taken to Stevens Point from Waupaea for the purpose of being allowed to make application for Judge Park granted the request find fixed the amount of the bond at A bail bond has been prepared but it did not meet the approval of the court and an other will have to be Hospital Burns Inmate JInrch coun ty Infirmary burned hero early in the On0 ncrson wns burned to death ant flvn oilier Inmates aro The loss on the buildings is about The emise of fire is un known his quite possibly on I commend the his TRONOUNCE IT THIS WAY Przemysl is pronounced this way lie on the and Riv ing the j the soft sound as in the Or us thjjli it were spelled TO KEP FARMACCOUNTS THE PLAN TO BE EXPLAINED AT THE WOOD COUNTY FARM MEET ING It is possible for the farmer to keep the accounts of bis business with very little As an outgrowth of the Farm Management Demonstration and Farm work there has been a greater demand than ever on the part of the fanners for a simple uniform method of keeping their ac To meet this H Otis has devised an account book thnt requires but little work in requires no and yet is so complete to tell just what the farm is doing at the end of the The plan mul purpose of this book will he explained at the Marshfiald Any Wood county farmer who really desires to make a study of the business management of his farm will be given an opportunity to secure a copy of the book free of Re member the March it City PLAY WAS ASUCCESS THE LITTLE POLITICIAN DREW OUT A BIG HOUSE LAST EVENINGWAS WELL RENDERED Tim Little presented last evening at the Lincoln ADVKKTISEI LETTER LIST List of advertised mail at Grand March 191 Ladies Miss Bertha Miss Mihle Miss Clonllemcn Fred Ray KOliERT school auditorium last evening waj a decided The big hall was Qed with a pleased audience and the class rendered the play in a very creditable The gross receipts amount ed to about 580 and it is saic that their expenses will not exceed The proceeds will be given to the Athletic SUNDAY IS GIVER OF TITHES Evangelist Is at Gods Fund Increases March the State bank in this city is a deposit which appears on the book as Gods Tuesday Cods fund in more than The de posits always come on the day rot lowing MiHy Sundays return to his home at Winona Lake and they al wnys equa onetenth of the amount he receives for his OnetenMi of Sundays income foes to the Iiord and H Is A notable fact here tlmt the evangelist is more con cerned about Gods fund than about his The bankers who handle the ovnnpelists money say tlmt tho fund nnver is allowed tu stand The hanks hooks show hat practices charity accord Ing to tlie HiMea
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