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   Daily Leader (Newspaper) - March 30, 1915, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin                              THE Fair tonight and Not much change in DAILY LEADER Latest Circulation of an Daily paper in Wood County FJUST e GRAND TUESDAY MARCH TEN CENTS A WEEK ENGINEER BUTTRICK KILLED IN WRECK Former Resident Of This City Was Killed When His Engine Goes Into Ditch The following particulars regarding the tragic death of Frank a brief account of which was publish ed in last nights Daily is taken from the Green Bay Gazette Frank Buttrick of Green an was kilied nnti Thomas Dare of Green a fire man was perhaps fatally injured Monday morning when an engine of a freight train on the company onehalf Bay Western Railway went into a ditch one and miles north of a station between and Sturgeon Euttrick was thrown from his engine as it left the andhis body was found about four feet from Hie He was dead when picked Both the engineers legs had been broken and his skull scalded about th body and his head was Only one car of the train was d raited and the Clarenc Kichards of Green Bay and the tw brakemen were not The engine left the track and it wa turned over in a according t information received at the geneii headquarters in this Frank the unfortunate en was 50 years of age and th father of three His untime ly death is mourned by his tw daughters and one Hia remain were brought to this city this after Dares burns and cuts wer dressed at Algoma and the firemai be given further treatment in icspital THE PASSOVER FEAST OBSERVED BOAT CLUB WILL BE THE ONE BIG EVENT BOWLING CONTEST TO BE PULLED OFF TOMORROW PROMISES TO BE SOME GAME The one big event of the bowling tournament now being held in this city will be pulled off on March 31st when the Jones Coal Heavers meet the PloKiKas of This is the Wausau team composed of llr Jones The publish ed reports lately regarding this bunch of bowlers from the lumberjack seem to have been It is claimed here that their average is closer to the 100 mark than 1C9 as they Now In order to show his brotherinlaws and demonstrate to the public that they know very little about Ihe Burr Jones gotten together what he thinks is a winning He has christened them Jones Coal Heavers and on the iiight of March 31st his team will meet his relatives from the alleged and it promises to be the bigshow of the The curtain will he rung up at 8 oclock and the cast is made up follows COAL HEAVERS Black Nigger Wester Pbllltu Miller Pocahonlas Blackburn In order that everyone can see the Wausau team get a wholloping there mil be no charge made for admit und everyone is The Cos Heavers intend to show up the alleged bowlers from Wausau and they want a big crowd on hand to see them do Jones Brotherinlaws will in all probability return home with all the ginger taken out of them and it may be that they will never want to see a bowling alley It is claimed by people here that the averages which the Wausau bundi nre boasting of runs something like this Don Jolm ATTORNEYS WILL ORGANIZE TWENTY SIX ATTORNEYS Iff COUNTY WILL ORGANIZE ASSOCIATION THIS WEEK Tomorrow afternoon there will be a meeting held at the court house of the attorneys of Wood county when thej will organize a Wood County Bar As There are twentysix at torneys in the county as follows George Con Hum Frank John Hugh Grand Rapids Marshfkhl Nekoosa Dexterville Fitts Puls of Hartford has just purchased a pure bred Holstein Froisian bull cnlf from Rural Route for which he paid The calf is six weeks old and his five nearest dams have record of pounds of butter per second to none in the o Do you want something Try a want FRENCH CREDIT FUND IN Morgan Complete Nego tiations for New March negotia tions have been practically corapletml between Morgan and rep resentatives of the French govern in put forthe establishment In this country of a Freuch credit of approxi mately It Is expected In banking circles that a statement win forthcoming the nest twen tyfour The plans under which the credit Is to be established here have ijeen submitted to Hie de partment at Washington and the other proper authorities there and are said to have received full The it la will take the form of treasury Ijonds for one year to bear Interest at the rate ot 5 per It Is expected that there will be a public oiTerins of the French securities and that the trans action will Ije handled hy a strong tfinkinsj syndicate headed by Morgan ft ThP notes will be of and the funds re ceived from their sale will in this to lie devoted to the pur chase of American gooils needed by tlii Wilson Lauds Americas dent speaking at a limchcnn n Ms honor on lioarrl thr Argentine hattle ship Mnrtno predicted thai we ar rapidly approaching a day when Hie Americas will draw gcther as they have never drawn to Stcther before and that it will tip a union not of political tics of tm and mutual If you want to know what IB going You jnuet the llaily HEBREWS OF THIS CITY CELEBRATE THE FEAST OF THE PASS OVER The Jewish feast of the Passover be gan last night and will be observed by the Jewish people of this city with the same ancient rites and ceremonies which are held by Jews all over the Passover Pesach is the seven days festival observed by the Jews in the early spring in commemmoration of he exodus from In ancient Jewisli it was the first of the three pilgrim upon which every male Jew was required to pre sent himself in person at the central sanctuary in Although the Passover has certain features in com mon with the universal spring festival it is its historical significance which gives it lasting It is the great Independence day of the Jew the first event in his national an event which becamefundamental in all his as evidenced by the fre quent reference to the great deliver The festival is ushered in by a family called the at which certain symbolic ceremonials are Each and the lowliest is privileged to sit at the table that required to drink four cups of in memory of the four promises made by the eternal to redeem Israel from On the table are the unleavened cakes the shin bone of a amb roasted on the commem orative of the Paschal u IS ORGANIZED MEETING WAS HELD LAST EVENING AND OFFICERS WERE SELECTED FOR ENSUING YEAR An exceedingly small number of roasted a mixture of apples and nuts to symbolize the mortar with which the Egyptians nadc bitter the lives of the and bitter herbs reminiscent of the unhappy days in In song and the tale of the oppres sion and the deliverance is palms of thanksgiving strike the keynote of the happy oe The interrupted for family closes with a num er of merry expressive if the character of the During the week of the un eavened bread is eaten instead of the usual In orthodox xeat care is taken that all traces of eaven be removed before the begin ning of the Seta of rtherwise are Ser rices are held in the synogugues and ermons preached in keeping with the houghts of the Excerpts or in some the whole of he books of The Song at Songs are A brief Passover service was held t the usual place on Second street Services will also e held Rabbi Alvin Gaibex f Milwaukee has charge of the ser The services Tuesday morning pmmence at when tabbi Samuel will speak n The Personal enthusiasts were in attendance at th adjourned meeting held last evenin to organize a boat but this did not interfere with perfecting th The meeting was held in the yes side city hall with the temperatui near the zero there being r fires in the and it reminded on of organizing for winter sports h stead of summer The meeting was called to order b who briefly stated th object of the meeting and suggeste that things be hurried as rapidly a possible on account of the chilly difion of the and the wa things were rushed was due no fioiib to visions of lagrippe and which those in attendance wanted tt The officers elected were Vice Babcock Biron Henry Grand Rapids John Port Edwards Caspei The board of directors will consis of the above officers and they wen empowered to draft a set of bylaws and send out copies to the members Dues will be per pay able during the month of The objects of the organization are for the preservation of the property of the As an organ they can readily trace down punish the vandals who have ITALY MOBILIZING ON AUSTRIAN FRONTIER Special to the Baity Leader by March military headquarters has ordered several regiments stationed near the Swigs frontier to move toward Ihe Tyrolean frontier where the Austrians are concentrating large military anc been destroying and stealing parts of boats and also destroying property along the banks of the They will endeavor to preserve the banks of the streams in this vicinity and also the islands and will try anr put stop to the gangs of hoodlums who in the past have been frequenting the islands and molesting by their actions and profane Every member of the club will be an officer of the organization whose duty it will be to prntfict the property of other members and also to assist in enforcing the laws pertaining to boating and PROPOSE JUST ASSUALT ANDBA1TERY FIFTEEN YEAR OLD GIRL HAS LEONARD BETHKE ARRESTEDPAYS A FINE Leonard Belhke was arrested upon omplaint of Nora a fifteen ear old charging him with as init and The girl claimed uit the assault took place a week ago Btthke accompanied her n Justice Pojnainvilies court ihe risoncr paid a fine of one dollar and JAMES CONNORS DEAD James Connors of Thorp erwent a surgical operation nt ospiul in Falls recently ied last night at Tilt vc inins will hn taken to Thorp for uiial the funeral to takp place iy A number of relatives Grand Rapids will is wellknown in Grand npids whore he has frequently sited relatives and omiors was formerly Miss NeUie nnd is a daughter of ouise McCarthy of Oak AUTO TRAIL STEVENS POINT MAY BE INCLUDED IN CROSS COUNTY ROUTE Stevens Point may be included in the proposed Yellowstone Park au tomobile the route of which ex east via Chicago to New York The Automobile Trail Blazing Association of the head quarters of which is in is behind the movement and the fol lowing letter has been received by the Stevens Point Business Mens As sociation from manager of the first named Can you give us any idea as to the condition of the road in season between your city and Junction City also to Waupaca Wy would like to know the mileage between the several We are contemplat ing blazing the Yellowstone Park trail east to Chicago and New York anri it is if conditions war that we may bring the trail through your This would be distinct advantage to your city and we will thank you for any and all information you may be able to give at an early Walters of the Business Mens Assotialion has re plied to thfi communication and it is unnecessary to state that the infor mation sent is such ns to attract the trail blazers through this TOURNAMENT SUCCESSFUL THE FIRST TOURNA MENT WAS VERY SUCCESS FUL First Second Conduct and Individual Lm The above tells the tale of the first annual Central Wisconsin High School Tournament held in the Stev ens Point Normal gymnasium on Fri day and Saturday of last week says he It was a bold stroke he Wuupaea county teams had plan and the fact that they carried iff three of the four awards shows tow well it was The victory of Weyauwega was uite in the line of but be performance of the wee Wau pnca youngsters was a knockout low Lo Ihe Weyauwega jot into the fins by virtue of a 34 o 20 victory over Wausau in the oncluding game of Saturday after while Waupaca fought its way nto the championship hrough its 29 to 25 victory over tevens Point in the evenings first The WeyauwegaWaupaca contest vss a fitting climax to the great two ay with a eeided BO far as phy ical proportions were conceded the victory over tin iVaupaca midgets before the start of ae but those who witnessed ic combat know how near all pre ictions came to being knocked out f That Weyauwega and Waupaca ero fairly entitled to first and sec nd places is generally he Weyauwega team was one of the in the but they cleanly and with a genero s mount of Their team work as for their size they ere exceptionally GETS INTO SECOND PLACE HUMDINGERS ROLLED INTO SECOND PUCE IN BOWLINGTOURNAMENT YESTERDAY In the bowling tournament day the Humdingers rolled into second place in the fiveman event with a The scores made yester 2483 day were HUMDINGERS Meeteer Hill Brown 3at Dolan Hem 151 140 167 174 207 140 14G 18S 147 227 S4S 174 170 125 158 169 79S 839 SINGLES DEATH AT VESPER ENRY SMALLBROOK DIED AT AT VESPER THIS MORNING AGED 68 YEARS This morning at 10 oclock occurred e death of Henry Smallbrook at his ome at Deceased had been for several days suffering with a which finally resulted in pneu He leaves one daughter and two Miss Mabel and George of this ty and Henry of STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS The following are the standings of he five highest scores in the classes FIVE MAN TEAMS 25C3 lad dens 2467 ionnors 2318 2301 DOUBLES Little 1092 Franson 1077 Gleue 1042 Zimmerman Whi 101O Whitrock 995 SINGLES Getts SCHEDULES March 30 Johnson Hills S Peoples 8 March 31 Wausau 2 7 9 April 1 Jones Coal Clothing April 2 1 Bright April 3 8 DIVORCES GRANTED CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION HERE DIVORCES GRANTED THIS In the case of Louis Buss Carl which was heard the court granted liuss absolute Funeral arrangements have not yet omi divorce and alimony m the amount ot Buss also has attorney fees to In the case of Fred Rienow New Superintendent Sim formerly superintendent of fchools at 1ms boon circled to who roconlly U8MARINE SUNK BY COLLIER aptain of Thordis Gets Prize as First to Send Foe to March British col T ThorrJis ets the offered y the Syren and Shipping Gazette tlie British vessel which should the first to sink a German sutima After an investigation tin id ilralfy declared the claim ot the lips captain that ho rammed a stib larine which was sinking to torpedo in was The hull of 1hc Thordis showed she had hit some object un Bank Closes March Mcr wnlile Niilionai bunk closed ils doors follmviriff the beginning of i run hy The bank is cap at and Us lust Mate gave deposits of Louisa a divorce judg ment was granted in favor of the The case of Benjamin Eli Wnjrler is being heard BUYS BACK OLD HOME Dwight Huniington has purchaser his old home near the Eddy which he sold to Smith a little more than a year The property has been greatly improved by Smith and and Huntington will appre ciate thn old home better than ever Dwight has his old herd of dorr in a barn down town and they will soon be replaced in the little park buck of the house on the old homcsrnd nnd the family will occupy the place as soan as and Smith move Subscribe for the Daily Leader Buy it in Grand Rapida   

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