Wisconsin Valley Leader, November 10, 1904

Wisconsin Valley Leader

November 10, 1904

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Wisconsin Valley Leader (Newspaper) - November 10, 1904, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin 1.50 PI3K YI3AR, GRAND RAPIDS, WISCONSIN; THURSDAY. NOV. 10, IW4. VOL, III. NUMBER 37 You Want It? How Much Is In. It? THIS BOX of MONEY Will be given away To one of our customers A One Key Given With. Every Purchase Of goods from our store. Should your purchase amount to ?3.50, as for example, you yfo -will Ire given tliri'.o keys and a memorandum lor 50 cents to apply ah next purchase. vp" ON LY ON KEY FITS THE LOCK. You will be given the opportunity to try your .Ti key or any time betwfen Jatnidrvlst and January 10th, 1905. The person holding the right takes the contents of the bank on the 10th of January, 1905............. 4} In the meantime we want to know 2J about our splendid assortmen in all lines OUR FUR'DEPARTMENT Contains 25 Fur and Plush Rcbcs, 150 Men's Fur and Fur Lined Coats, Prices from S7.50 r.-.ch ;o 5 50 Ladies' Fur Coats and Jackets; about worth of Scarfs, Muffs, etc, in fact the best stock this side of St. Paul. We handle the Reliable Gcrdtn Ferguson kind. o ANOTHER LANDSLIDE. Roosevelt Sweeps fcr Local Republican Ticket Between Ten and Eleven Hundred, In the vole of the nation the expected has is elected Parker. The only surprise in connection with the election is thf size of the republican majorities. Not since the They were Scott Payne, I Death of Marie Akey. i On Thursday last, Nov. 3d, occurred the death of fva Akey at the home of her mother, Mrs. (I. Akey on the west side. The funi-ral place Saturday morn- ing at thp Catholic church and was conducted hy Kc-v. ,T, Frldman of Nt'koosu. owing to the siekwss of Father Miigcnroth. pastor of the churcli. There wciv ninny u.-atitiful liunil tributes to the chiiractrr and worth nf the de- nud two acis of pall bearers chosen from an mig suhuoimales and associates participated in the uh'srqitjps. Whorl, country was being- recoustrucled alter the civil war has 'there CieraW f'Htzinger, any such desparity between the voting strength of the two parties. ;T. The democrats under Parker's lead have been overwhelmed aud the republicans have secured the electoral vote of every northern state Prank Ilayej mid Quick and the Misses Fi-rn atid Beulah Clmndos. t ITU Love, Anna Hattie. Schuabel and Amv Uauill. and invaded the solid south and captured Maryland, West Virg-inia ?llirS Ivi> Akey was a and probably Missouri. New York and Illinois lead the procession j1S 5 months and 7 days old at the With about majority each. The elecioral vote will be about'time "f "er wns and 350 tor Roosevelt and 130 for Parker. In this state the whole issue was La Follette and I aad La Follette won by or plurality while Roosevelt's plurality will reach about It was in fact a desperate po- reared in Grand Rapids and would have graduated with last year's high school class had this fatal illness, uonsump- tioti, kept her from school. She was a very bright, and interesting young litical battle between republicans, each faction knifing-. the other by a A !arKfi circle, of'friends'aiid idolized bv wherever the .opportunity presented itself. A'j yet nobody knows Uer immediate family. how the legislature will stand. The primary election .law carried. I Besides a large number of friends and The canvass for the local ticket was no less hotly contested and bitterly fought out than the battle in the state at large. The republican forces were largely organized and under the leadership of Senator H. Wipperman of this city and the splendid majonties for the local ticket, considering- the pronounced defection at Marsh- field, are sufficient tribute to his capacity for organization arm to his indefatigable labors for the whole ticket. Many other" republi- T relatives from the .town of Rudolph, the following out of town people were pre- sent at the funeral: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dulin of Janesville, Mr. aud Mrs. T. Toomj and Mike McG'abe of Tomahawk aud Wm. Necker of Wansau. Drnwning at Port :Edwarai. Henry, the 15-year-old son or Mr. and cans did effective work, but the brunt of the battle fell upon his I Mrs. John Cumberland, who live on the shonlders and he was equal to the occasion. river hank just north of Port Edwarus, From the returns already reported it will be seen that Assembly- was drowned Friday afternoon .Jfpv. 4th. and it is -r-, -n UT' i -11 i i i i i -j was an epileptic su man-Elect K E. Winch will lead the local, ticicet with a majority of supposcd thatp about 1200. with Treasurer-Elect P. F. Bean a close second with a [banks of the river ne. had a fit and fell majority of about 1000, while no candidate ou the local ticket will Ihave less than 800 majority. La Follette's majority will be about 700 and Roosevelt will have into the shallow water head flivt. Only his head and shonlders were submerged when his mother found him late in the afternoon. The funeral was held from between 1500 and 1600 majority in the county. These fiVures are v e r j uci J .5 the house Sunday afternoon conducted i of course estimates from re turns already reported and they may run j bv Eev. w. A. peterson and the remains "ja trifle higher than given here but wt do not believe they will fall! were intered in Forest Hill cemetery, a ti j j below the estimates. The following is a tabulated statement of )T vote as complete as can be obtained at this time: bereaved faintlv. in sympathy with the President. Governor. Congress, Assembly Co. Clerk T reasurer Sheriff Cl'k Court Co. Atto'y Register VOTING ri'.KCIXCT. "a OUR CLOAK AND SKIRT DEPARTMENT'is strictly new, stylish garments arriving daily CARPET AND DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. Never had so complete a stock. MEN'5-AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND OVERCOAT D E PA R T M E SV1T Is chock full of the best goods for the price that we know how to purchase. M E N S S H O E D E P A R TIV1 E N T was never so completely filled with good, easy fitting, shoes, such noted makes as W, L Douglas, Selz, Hamilton Brown, etc. LADIES' SHOE DEPARTMENT Queen Quality, Grover. Sclz, etc., are our best comfort givers, AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST IS Ovir Basement Which is the cheapest place we ever saw to buy first-class goods at low prices, Here we sell everything from the other departments that for any cause didjnot sell. We also buy bankrupt stocks at half price to go with the rest, The only way you can appreciate these bargains is to Call and See Them. The only Bargain Basement where the Price Touches Bottom, I We Weurvt Yovi To Visit Us Johnson Hill Company Gf Rapids V Wisconsin 54 39 70 132 44 104 52 125 9ti 89 S9 (J4 GO 39 51 48 Hi 81 48 121 29 97 42 119 jArpin..............SS 41 70 57 73 53 73. j Atibiirndaie Town. ..HI 127 53 127 Auburndale Village.. 59 ii 59 2 59 3 o'J jCaivy............... 31 15 i Cameron............ Dexter.............62 37 46 Grand 1st ward 92 01 84 2d wardl3S 42 110 3rt 101 29 91 4th 169 53 115 5th US 51 88 Oth 1U4 39 74 72 7th 103 43 81 CS Sth (ifl 25 5-1 41 56 IIS 69 120 Hansen.............. 95 31 89 Hiles................ 11 12 Lincoln..............138 90 123 105 122 iMurshtield 1st U9 37 139 70 I 2il 77 40 46 7B 59 3d 179 59 116 124 130 4th 235 77 144 165 179 5th 168 51 110 111 13d 6th 75 50 50 7B 53 Town ____ (iO 103 49 55 57 31 GO 125 8 94 81 60 50 73 49 120 2 59 11 70 63 35 00 130 42 liio 41 118 51 93 66 88 65 Si 35 58 62 115 38 81 53 73 57 120 2 09 57 81 52 130 35 102 50 122 51 95 84 85 60 72 126 37 94 f.fl 59 36 53 M 2 59 53 58 S7 51 138 38 101 44 124 52 94 60 61 50 72 50 127 2 59 4B 55 IIS SO S8 35 61 61 127 37 92 43 130 3S 1U5 44 112 51 91 6.1 SO 60 S6 31 55 00 124 SS 95 54 74 50 127 2 59 47 78 49 136 34 94 50 110 64 74 52 50 125 54 2 59 2 19 53 65 lil 40 65 36 '71 73 54 93 94 65 81 37 120 45 98 71 110 53 92 75 82 76 81 43 58 95 123 3S 92 60 62 41 oi 55 63 65 37 66 39 104 130 104 104 119 122 102 122 102 121 103 123 101 120 105 131 89 135 59 140 60 141 52 59 141 59 144 53 147 62 03 58 38 77 4S 7.J 40 80 52 65 47 70 47 78 98 131 109 108 125 124 121 104 131 112 118 110 123 118 114 120 159 149 148 158 153 14fl 137 179 155 149 155 149 153 157 S7 120 101 100 117 105 111 93 135 107 115 106 117 97 123 70 53 73 48 78 47 77 40 SO 50 76 51 49 77 Nekoosa Village.... 141 1 1. Ed (vardsViHi.se. Ft. Edwards Town Kpmington SO 73 44 S3 36 SI 38 77 42 80 Uock Wood ___ HYMENEAL. I FKIDAY-SOWATZKE. The biggest wedding in Lutheran circles since the writer has been on the Times force took place at Godfred Sowatzke's home last Tuesday at 10 a. m. Jiev. Maack officiating. The bridegroom was August Friday aud bride, Miss Gusta Sowatzke, one ot the sweetest girls that, ever lived in the town of Wood. Miss Auna Sowatzke was maid of honor aud Gusta Schiller of WauKestia was bridesmaid. Ihe giooms- j men were John, Friday and Charles Sowatzke. There were about twenty- j five families represented and after the' wedding all went in for a good time. The bride's father is one of llocky Run's solid fanners and the bridegroom has a nice position at Grand Rapids. All being well to Times. Mr. ana Mrs. Friday are nicely located ou the west side. STA X LKV-ll AIlltUTT. Miss Jlarle Barrett of this city and C. C. Stanley of Chicago weru married at the Catholic church Uat -Thursday morning In the presence of Immediate relatives, Misa Angelina Barrett, sister of the bride, and Wilbur Berard serving as bridesmaid and groomsman. Dinner was served at the home of the brides' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Barrett, at and the newly married people took the noon train for Chicago where they will make their home. BEXSEX-.7ACOBSOX. Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the J. C. Jacpbson home on First Avenue occurred the marriage of Ben Benseu and Miss Mary Jacobson, Rev. W. A. Peterson officiating. The bridal pair were attended by Misses Alida Jacobson and .Mahel Bensen and Messrs. Martin and Conrad Jacobsou. After the cere- mony, at which only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties were present, refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Bensen left on the evening train for Milwaukee where thev will visit a few days before returning to Rudolph were they will make their home. The bride, who Is a sister to J. 0. Jacobson is a popular young-lady of Arkdale and the groom is one of Rudolph's prosperous young farmers. Tue LKADKR joins with their many (Heads in extending congratulations and best wishes. The Opera Irma. There was a large crowd of the best people witnessed the production of the comic opera "Irma" at The Grand elec- tion night, and everybody said it was "worth the price." In fact it proved to be one of the prettiest, catchiest operas ever given in Grand Rapids, full of real fun and good music. Emma Abbott Bold as Irma is deserving of ail the good things said about her. She has a fine voice and an excellent'Genre and cleverly plays the part. The audience enjoyed the election return announce- ments' between acts and liberally applauded all news favoring their pet High Scnool Notes. The morning exercises last Thursday morning, were conducted by the follow- ing seniors: Beulah Chatidos, Auna Daly and Frank Nimtz. A new pupil was added to our school Monday morning, Tuesday morning Mr. Youker gave us an interesting talk on election and how to vote. The Laurel society will have an open meeting week from Friday night. Wilbur McCarthy was ft high school Tuesday afternoon. ;