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   Daily Leader (Newspaper) - March 25, 1915, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin                              THE WBATIIEK Partly cloudy and mudi colder to Friday fair with colder south weal Freeh north DAILY LEADER Largest Circulation of an Daily paper in Wood County FIRST GRAND THURSDAY MARCH TEN CENTS A WEEK BIG HERD OF CATUE CONDEMNED Larg e Herd Of Cattle at Hiles Farm at Dexterville Condemned and will be Shipped to stration their on Sunday MEXICO CITY IN GBIPjFjAMINE Black Smallpox and Starvation Said to Ee Smothering BANDITS HOLD HIGH CARNIVAL More tubercular cattle has been found at Dexterville and the infected animals will be shipped to Milwaukee this week where a demonstration of tubercular infected cattle will be The cattle were found on the Ililes farm and in a herd of 300 there has been found 70 of the animls which have the These have been Among them it is are some blooded stock and the vaue of the lot is These 70 head of cattle are said to be the largest number ever condemned in this state from any one This morning veterinary surgeon of this we it to Dexterville for the purpose of ap praising the cattle Tubercular cattle usually found in this vicinity are shipped to the pat1 ing house but this lot will not be Norton this morning said that h had been appointed by the state t conduct a demonstration in Milwauke on Sunday and that these cattS would be shipped there and used the They will b slaughtered and cut up and the af fectecl parts will be exhibited au lectures given on the Norton is one of the best au thoritiea in the state on the subject o tubercular and the state ha recognized his ability and knowledg by appointinghim to have charge o the coming Milwaukee demonstration It is thought that there will b raisers o cattle and others interested in thi from all parts of the state in attendance at this ELECTION IS DRAWING NEAR THERE PROMISES TO BE SOME FIGHT IN A FEW OF THE WARDS THIS SPRING As the time of spring eiection draws it being only twelve days candidates for aldcrmanic honors ar coming In some of the wards there promises to be a merry especially in the First and The announced candidates so far for aldermen are Smith and Bamberg for re election in the In this ward the fight has already been Jake Sever being in the field in op position to The Second ward so far has only one who ia out for Geoghan has announced him self as a candidate in the There are two aldermen to be elected from this but so far no one else seems to be in the In the Fourth Herman Plenke is out for 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 Joe Luknscskis term expires this spring and he would like to have one more Opposition in the Fifth warJ is likely to be There arc three candidates in the Herman Eistow and Pillar are all in the Damon and Mindak in the Seventh arc making a fight and it will be a hard In the Eighth Jeffrey and Grain are locking For Justice of the peace Frank MEETING TONIGHT Calkins will doubtless have no opposi For supervisors the present members of the it is will all make the run again this In the Seventh ward Nason will make the run to fill the BRADLEY BOY KILLS BROTHER Son of Woman Who Shot Senator Brown Vittlm of March twenty years son ot Anna who 6hot and klllec United States Senator Arthur Erown of Utah at Jn died hero of knife wounds In flicted in a quarrel y Arthur Browi his half fifteen years who Is a BOH of the former sfo SONS OF VETERANS WILL HOLD REGULAR MEETING THIS EVENING HALl The regular meeting of the Sons of Veterans will be held in the hall on Oak street this evening at Every member should oe present as matters of great import ance are to come There will also be Tomorrow evening there will he a special meeting held at the same On this occasion State Organizer Siggelko will be here and there is a possibility that State Department Commander Cook of lie will be present All members if the anil the Womans Relief Corps are invited to attend tomorrow evenings A special invitation is extended to all eligibles to attend both of these HAD A VERY CLOSE CALL YOUNGSTER KNOCKED DOWN BY BREW ERY TRUCK PASSED OVER HIM KID UNHARMED There is at least one kid in Grand Rapids who seems to be well able to take care of himself when he Tuesday afternoon a is in boy of tlia near about ten years dropped oif of rear end of McGlynns buss WhrHrs confectionary store on Grand Avenue and started for the The brewery track coming aiong from the opposite direction struck him knocking him down directly in front of the biff With rare presence of mind the youngster remained per fectly still until the truck had passed over him when he got up and ran at a ten second clip up the No one seemed to know who the iittle fcoiv was and it has been impossible to locate him People who witnessed the atcrs escape stood with baled brnath when the car struck him and expect ing to see the little fellow by the big How he cscapcri in jury cannot he but it was certainly A miraculous Get the Leader at Sierck Jews west at 2 cents i Graphic Description of Conditions In Mexico by Woman Catholic She Blames Priests for Much Intervetv Alone Has New March smal pox and starvation are the City of There Is no eit water no food for the starving no street the bakers and dairy nerB shelves are bara and thai like all other stores In the cap ital are closed and the streets lawless swarms of Zapa tirts and Villlstas yell insults a women and shoot and rob by day a well as by at is the way the lates of refugees to reach New York from thi Mexican Mary Bur an Englishgentlewoman wh lived here lor yeara but for ten yean past has heen teaching in Mexico Citj in a private school lor daughters o the Mexican eondi lions in the Mexican when Mrs Burton fled under fire to tho sea coast with her four small children ane a McManue Killed for For four Burton says the American klllec In his house In Mexico City by Za patas soldiers on March 11 sup plied her and her babies with milk and Bhe knew him He lived only a short distance from Mrs Burtons home in the American col And 1 know he was not killed for declared 1 know that he never killed any of the but that he wag rid died with bullets by a though the American Baig wan flying m bfg simply because he when they broke into his place to rob Bitter Against Catholic Burton is especially bittei against the Catholic party in She hastened to add that inasmuch as ehe Is a staunch Catholic herself bitterness is not against the Cath ollc church but against clerics and others as individuals banded in po iUcal whose financial and other crms of support of the Vlllistas and she la the only thing that holds tho roving of revo If the clergy of my own Catholic church here in Now said cnuld see what Ive seen Mexican priests do in the way of elping murderers and thfcves with money and the Catholic clergy of the United States would And as tons1 as the Catholic party draws on Its stores of arms and its wealth for the benefit of these mur derous the terror will go The who are more ilense ignorant than the people of the States could believe dont iGw why they are But they murder and steal right and left the only way the frightful state ot affairs can be straightened out now n it must be done or the United States to step Let Wilson give his active sup port to or to any y then will order be The politics of the various Mexican par ies mean nothing to and I dont care which party the United States ides with so long as It acts emphal cally at Carranza Alone Has together with alt Americans nd others of education in i outd rather sec Wilson take up he cause of an educated nsan like who of all the Mexican caders has proper who has natle some effort toward lifting the Mexican people of the depths of Ignorance by systematic education nd alnnc among all llie warring MPX can leaders has established relief and generally has tried to warfare in a civilized man ITALY SOON TO FIX WAR ZONES Will Keep Future Mobilization Plans RUSSIANS RESUMING OFFENSIVE IN POLAND Special to the Daily Leader by Mardi Kusaian army that was rolled back on Grodno about ten days ago is attempting to resume he AH Russian attacks east and southeast of Augustowo have been flBIHU TROOPS TO TRIESTE SAY GERMANS APPLY Italian Government Refuses to Allow German Mission to Move Across Its African Territory Into Asiatic Tur Hcarg Austria It Ready to Child Dies of March six years died of ulo malne the result of eating mpure Although other mem ITS of the family Imd partaken of food theboy was tlio only one Subscribe for the Leader TORCH TO GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS SpeciaJ to itte Daily Leader by March March royal decree be issued Betting apart buildings in Suwalka which hey captured OUTLAWS IN will soo aonee throughout especially In the neighborhood of the where irrtspectlve of na will not be allowed to visit or sojourn under any It Ia assumed that it they disobey the will be This step will be It ia under to prevent mobilization aniJ j defense arrangements from becoming mrrr Aws known and to keep the movement of UU1LAIT3 AKt AlntAlJ trccps The Giornale dltalla comments fa vorably upon the adjournment ot the chamber of deputies and says that every deputy Is now convinced of the Ger mans have burned all government THE LEAD IN FIVEMAS TEAMS IN TOURNA MENT The Outlaws went into first necessity of Italy acting energetically place last evening in the bowling tonr and facing any even a jnament when they secured nine pins pierne to realize Italian asover littles the fiveman team that has heen holding down first With the full liberty of action Their score was Little and granted by the Carlson stili continue in the lead in the government IB now freo to choose the the means and the hour of using the weapons at Its dis posal with the firmness and prudence j necessary to insure success while the calm and disciplined ia ready for Oppose6 Favors It Is said that the government has refused a request made by Germany that a mission sent to an Italian protectorate in East bordering on the Red and opposite to Turkey territory In be al lowed to continue itg Journey through thst territory Into Italys refusal is said to tie based on the be lie that the mission would Incite an ittack by Abvssinlans upon British forces in the Austrian Troops to March re ceived here from Vienna say that Austria now considers war with Italy A large number of troops have bfen sent ft the Tyrol and Trieste in inttcfpatio tTof The Tribuna prints what purports c be an uncensored dispatch from Austrian frontier which states nst Austrian military engineers have ilown up all the buildings In and Lake on the Italian which j would be In the In last nights bowling Hill and Potter took second place from White and with a 982 The scores made last night were as follows Hill Potter Calkins Marin Voss Hill Potter Calkins Marin FIVE MAN TEAM 143 160 183 146 166 ISO m 133 128 225 1S3 129 154 KEENAN TELLS GOOD STORY 788 699 DOUBLES 14Y 20S 138 117 131 170 159 141 SCHEDULES FOR TOMORROW Brauers Clothing S 8 4 STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS FIVEMEN TEAMS Littles 2292 the line of artillery icieues 2257 The eastern end of thu Town of Ro eieto is said to have teen abandoned anfi the buildings torn down and all sons suspected ot Italian symjia liies have been sent to the interior o be luEtrta Would Make Separate The Tribtma also says that it has eceived advices from Vienna setting orth that Austria would make a se parate peace with without lOnsaltSng by which Russia rouSd receive large portions of GaSi The paper reports that an Italian Kent at Duino near tlie Swiss border arrested on the charge of pur sins sulphur and other upplies said to he destined for the rupp works at Esaen which Were cntalned in twentynlno freight cars liat were seized Tuesday by SEND GRIPS BY MAIL According to Assistant Postmaster Carlsons 2191 Only 1P72 DOUBLES Brown STRAY PUP SEEMS TO HAVE GREAT DEAL OF PRIVILEGES ON ROAD who is employed by the treen Bay road and wellknown ells the following story that one can not help but believe seeing that Ed tells There is a certain tramp former environments and pedi gree not that lias attracted he attention of Green Bay railroad men on account of his fondness for For two months he has ived on the Green Bay trains be ween Green Bay and and he men who run these trains have ccoine so attached to him that now ivhen he attempts to board a train he s met with a smile instead of the of I23ficial and hard capped He generally gets on where he got 814 off at This might be anywhere between the two points and he is not stylish nor stuck up one 179 making the small and less pre 1479S2tentions towns as well as the 168 Last week Monday was his day for 12284 He got off re mained over night and boarded an east bound train the next In fact he gets off at nearly every sta tion sniffs at the cracker bar rels standing on the and if appearances suit his If he makes a jump for the moving train and tries the next He has made every town on the Green Bay and some of them a good many He has wormed his good graces in to the Green Bay men until he is a recognized pays nothing for his rirks except a reciprocating wag of the tail and an umiurstandinjj wink to the It has been two months since he has to be a railroad and the boys are casting about for i name for Matins SINGLES parcel post isbeinjf Barnjlrd 187160165432 ut to a new use in the larger cities the Instead of a traveler iccking his grips and parcels at Jc ots and hotels he now takes them j the postoflice where he mails them jc o himself to be called for at the Lambert cneral delivery The expense is no Igtuart lore than the usual checking f ee nd the advantage is that they tan left at the postoffico for severs lys without additional This racticc promises to come into gen Til use luring the next few ommercial men hnvc been using the irccl post system to advantage for ome time in sending their baggage i certain towns in advance of their Host any woman would rather tkc a rich man a poor husband lhan nke a poor min a good PROF JACK IS DEAD principal of the Eau Claire High died there curly Wednesday after a Cerinff Jack had been ill almost the entire time since the high school trouble there last when his reprimand of Miss Florence high school for her manner of wearing her hair and dress brought a demand for public apologies from many of tho A strike fol THE CORPSE SAYS HRLO PLAINFIELD LADY COMES HERE TO ATTEND FUNERALMET 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 at Grand Frank Wein bauer took a train for that Ar riving there she was met at the sta tion by man she believed The telegram was a It was Jesse another who was and Weinbauer staid over for the Seven were Jack was 43 years In former years Jack assisted in conducting teachers institutes in th3 section of Wisconsin and is wellknown by many Grand Knpids Blank 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