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Daily Leader (Newspaper) - January 13, 1919, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin riiva JANUARY IDEAL T O N I G H CLEVER ANN MURDOCH IN PLEASE HELP EMILY With an all star picture of notable ANTONIO MORENO and CAROL HOLLOWAY in THE IRON TEST EPISODE 7 THE WHIRLING TRAP A BIG THRILLER THE COMEDY NUT STUFF They go dippy and what happens is sure enough TOMORROW IWU IN WHITHERTHOUGOESF 5 and SOCIETY AND PERSONAL Install The members of the SB met at the Hall Satur dajr llth and installed ike following officers Gib Officer of the Thomp Delegate to the department en in Law of Babcock and Bert Law and wife of Minnesota are visit ing Thomas Law at the home of Shea on First Nan Schlatterer Nan Schlatterer will enter tain the members of the Historical and Literary Club at her home on Ninth street this The usual program will be carried out after which dainty refreshments will be served by the hostess f Jackson and i low smoke came from the Al returned to Neenah the most instantaneously another shell latter part of the week after visiting struck forward and the submarine at the Rowland home the was enveloped in black smoke and past few OBITDARY Judith Powers Judith Powers passed away at her home on Fourth Avenue morning after a few days The remains were taken to New Rome today for The deceas ed was 25 years of age and leaves to mourn her loss her at Nash Guy Nash will entertain the members the Congregational church choir at her on Oak Nora Case Nora Case passed away she home of her James Case superintendent of the Wood County Poor Farm at oclock this morn The obituary and funeral ar rangements will be given tomorrow sank into the water bow with a loud gurgling and The official report does not say that the Mary Mitchell was filled with wood to keep her from but this was doubtless the as other mystery ships were so equip ped and were able to float in spite of any damage inflicted on them by tor pedoesand Their guns were frequently hidden behind doors in the sides of the ship which could be swung Pact Mike Hierl has been on the sick list the past The Gnof family spent the week end at the Tom Foley home Cran MARY MITCHELL A TERROR TO UBOATS this The evening spent in a will be Entertain and of Biron entertained ithe members of the Vil lage Board rand their Jadies at their last Bauer is of the Village was spent in social at a late were The way hour refreshments lEstertains a number of friends at one oclock luncheon at the Witter this af ternoon in of her Wait of Covers were laid for plogfe wih ntertaii the of the Travel ss at a one oclock luncheon at Tier Ijme at SAILING VESSEL SANK TWO SUBMARINE IN ONE DAY DURING WAR By Associated Press German submarines were sunk in one day by the Mary a sailing one of the mystery ships of the war now exhibited This craft was one of the if not of the decoy ships which ayed havoc with the This vessel went into the decoy service early in under command of John All her officers and crew volunteered for the hazard ous She was provided with a twelvepounder and two wellconceal ed six She sighted the first submarine 3 NEK00SA Johnson and are spending the week in Minneapolis as guests of and Victor AIRPLANE TRAFFIC UNTIL LAWS ARE MADE AIRPLANE TRAFFIC PASSENGER AND COMMERCIAL PROJECT WILL BE HELD IN ABEYANCE By Associated Press will be no passenger or commercial airplane service from England to any other country until complete plans are formulated for regulating and con trolling air says an official of the British Air That will be a he fraught with en ormous To begin he pointed there are no laws of the air at pres and to bring the air into the commercial sphere without laws would There would be immediate trouble with the customs authorities of all Adequate legislation will have to be framed to prevent contraband merchandise be ing carried thru the air from one country to There will have to be a system of air and that in itself pre sents many the unauthorized carrying of letters would bring in the postal To police the air presents other REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The Citizens National Bank AT GRAND IN THE STATE OF AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS msrWMMwo DECEMBER RESOURCES Loans and including Deduct SI Bonds other than Liberty but in cluding certificates of Bonds deposited to secure circulation par Bonds and certificates of indebtedness pledged as collateral for State or other de posits or bills payable bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned and unpledged 4 and per Carl Zittleman and I Try to imagine an offend of arrived I er scudding away from an air police the latter part of the week and will I whose machine may be the spend sometime with relatives I slower of the and hiding behind and Kellogg and j a cloud until everything was Kate Fisher and Bruce of I Its a new and weve got Grand Rapids spent Sunday with the J to make proper arrangements for Liberty Loan Bonds Liberty Loan Payments actually made on Liberty 4 V4 per cent bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan owned other than Securities other than bonds not includ ing stocks owned unpledged Total other than other than Federal Reserve Bank stock Stock of Federal Reserve Bank 50 per cent of subscription Value of banking house owned and unencum bered Furniture and Real estate owned other than banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks Checks on other in the same city or town as reporting Total of items 17 and Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash Redemption fund xvith Treasurer and due from Interest earned but not notes and bills receivable not past Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned Albert Kellogg family Miss Ruth Kinney who spent week with friends at Baraboo and At Present navigation of aircraft Kilbourn arrived home of every in the United Hudson of Wausau arKmgdom and the coasts and terri rived Saturday called here by the t0ral is Prohibited death of her Frederick Kruby law the excePtion naval 750 go 93 and military or airplanes operating within three miles of a recognized That the I official is likely to stand until miles away and loafed along await ing a chance to bag The German craft followed at a safe distance for a but finally crawled closer and after satisfying itself that it had superior spued and gun opened Failure of the mystery ship to re turn fire at once baffled the German They were quiet for fifteen minutes and then resumed When the submarine came sufficient ly close and was in good position Rhode spent Saturday with riends at Grand Barrand left Saturday Chicago where he will be employed the Air Mimstry can raaP oufc a Walter Melvin of scheme of air legisla arrived Saturday evening being ailed by the death of her brother Frederick I Miss Nelli3 fcard of BabcocL visi1 FRENCH DEVOTED TO HOMES ted with friends here Frank Cybula left yesterday for Milwaukee where he will be employ Miss Clara Wayerski who spent the holidays with relatives at Junc 875 Third Street South tomorrow afj the concealed guns of the sailing ship were brought into play Moultun spent ith relatives at and landed six mortal hits the Lee Love has accepted a posi lion with the Indian Fred La Barge of Chicago is visit ing friends and relatives at Biron for a few Sunday i subrnarine which was unable to fire Jan additional Just three min iutes after the first the submar ine was blown up by a shot which holed it just below the foredeck and caused an explision which threw a vast column of water high into the EmmettSlaitery of Rudolph visit ed at the home of his and Slattery Frank Collier and left today for Green Bay where will Visit friends and relatives for a few George Sokoloski who under went an operation at the Riverview Hospital the latter part of last week is getting as as can be Later the same day another Ger man submarine approached the Mary Mitchell and opened fire at a dis tance of about two After the sixth round the mystery ship was stopped and a boat put To all appearances the craft was abandon The submarine approached the supposed wreck at full surface Then it submerged for a time and suddenly rose to the surface The gunners of the Mary Mit landed a shell just below the conning tower and pierced the side one foot above the A flash of brilliant blue flame and a dense yel tion City arrived home the latter of the Paul Eriggs of Madison arrived Saturday to spend sometime with relatives I Kohler was hostess to the members of the Larkin Club at her hjome Saturday 500 was played with Stevens win ning first honors and Frank Schiebe and Kruger and son of Cranmoor and Mary Kruger of Grand Rapids attended the funeral of Frederick Kruger held here PORT EDWARDS A reception that was to be held in the church parlors in honor of Carl Ludwig Tuesday even ing as been postponed until further Staven and two children of Grand Rapids were guests at the home of the formers To a Greater Degree Than Perhaps Any Othor People They Love Their Native In counting the sorrows that have fallen upon France one must remember that her for most have io instinct in their blood various have made of them a race that roots A that Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits Less current and taxes paid Circulating notes outstanding emand Deposits other than bank de posits sub ject to Reserve deposits payable within 30 days Individual deposits subject to chec k Cashiers checks outstanding Dividends unpaid Total of demand deposits other than bank deposits subject to Reserve 43 Time Deposits subject to Reserve pay able after 30 or subject to 30 days or more and postal Certificates of deposit other than for money bor rowed Other time deposits Total of time deposits subject to 177 541 35 United States deposits other than postal nils payable with Federal Reserve Bank other than those above Total plans Unit builds and wives and stints that hns little careless trust in the in fluhaphazard turn of events tlmt holds to what It has nnd improves it iinadventurous Jy hut steadily in tbe prov inces of small small small With such the roots are driven deep into the are entwined about the house they seldom move from for which reason the towns in which they find their fathers have dwelt have a lasting indi viduality unknown with more emigrant And for the same I the abovenamed L the best of my knowledge and f such loans was vyciomer OI e above statement is true to BURTON Notary NATE make no doubt driven forth bv Smallbrook and Mary Roy Bates and two children of Grand Rapids were guests of Miss Emma Bates yester Clifford Crotteau of the Army is enjoying a 15 day furlough visiting friends and relatives Rolf Joahni was a Grand Rapids visitor last Millard and Frank Sautner and Mrs Fontaine visited relatives in Mosi nee that when they are the ohnnfes of war suffering is greater than that of a people as instinctively erniprant as Tn the home Is in very truth an abiding and the unknown and unsettled future a greater dread than with Always T shall remember the tijihllipped faces of the older women of the town Palace Tonight THIS IS A WEEK OF EXCEPI10NAIIME ENTERTAINMENT of in who stared through the splintered windows of the little shop that was her not seeming to henr while I stumbled out my resentful and si lent In her The little shop and the rooms behind it had been life and the world to herself and her husband for None of them was emotional outwardly but their mouths and their eye were despair Hamilton In the North American FOR RENTA four room near the Green Bay Enquire at this tf LOST A knitting bag containing some purple and whte yarn and a pair of 113 FLOWERS FOR LOVED ONES We in flowers for Funer making widths and flora de signs to You ian get the wid est ami finest variety at our Green house that can be secured in Wiscon We value your Tel 25405407 small package contain Saratoga AT OUR HOUSE I WANT A WHO WILL KILL FOR inia Pearson IN Queen of Hearts And trapped her admirer into a death A game of lovo and death1 with three A COMEDY TUESDAY Marguerita Fisher IN Impossible Susan WEDNESDAY HENRY WALTHAL the Little Colonel of JBirth of a Nation in HUMDRUM BROWN THURSDAY DORIS KENYON In MARY ROBERTS RINEHARTS STREET OF SEVEN STARS Hydraulic It Is often diflicult and sometimes dangerous to use ordinary explosives for mining and excnvnting in confined a fact that 1ms led to the de velopment of the hydraulic mining The cartridge consists of a steel cylinder containing numerous small pistons that move at right angles to the axis of the cylinder and expand water la injected Into them with a hand After drilling a deep enough hole the workmen Insert the cylinder and then set to work at the hiind tiny pistons cxprmd until their free ext remit henr the mass rock with constantly increasing force nnd the rock is Rijidually frac tured under tnnneiidtiiis The it is only cheap er than he ordinary blast but disin tegrates n larger area of ing pink leave at this Finder 115 manure at Green Henry tf WANTED AT ONCEA girl at the Commercial tf FOR Inquire at flats above Western Un ion Telegraph office or 2UU 113 wants DREDGE MEN WANTED Arpin Dredging Company good men for the Missis operations to clear land also firemen and Apply at of fice at Grand 21 CHICHESTER S PILLS TITR ItlAMnMn I have just recently sold the house belonging to Harvey Gee on First on monthly payment and have two more houses on the west side that I will sell the same as paying GEORGE 114 THE DIAMOND cook at Akeys Res 115 competent maid for general 543 3rd 115 Subscribe for the Daily bins mid dle aged woman Inquire at Krugor Tur 115 FOR good hard coal base Cheap if taken at once i airplane flights under private control were started here today with the probab ility of aerial postal service being in augurated The Bavarian government has loaned ten Albatross machines for the The trip from here to Berlin is to be made in four and a half hours and to Cologne in four hours nnd fifteen It is planned to put into service an carrying from thirty vo forty j If
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