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   Manitowoc Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 7, 1903, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                                MANITOWOC DAILY Volume May 1903 169 NO NEW LINE THIS YEAR Goodrich Company Will Not Be Molested on West Shore Route at PROJECT IS Inability of Promoters to Lease Botta Is Give as No Chance of Goodrich Denies New Boat Indications at present are that the plan to establish another steatne line on the wed shore northern rout has fallen through and that then wJUl be no competition for the Good rich afr tbisand other port on the west this In ability of the promoters to svcnre leaseof two is reHpmiRihli for th failure and it is reported tha no further effort will he made at t hi Kepreientati ves of the nhip pern at Marinetle and Green Hay who directed t lie have ret urn re from having hern unable arrange a eatiKfactory deal withon making purchase of the boats out right and thin is nut thought Tin trouble with thr Uoodrlch cotnpan at Menyminee liaH been adjusted anc the shippers there have withdrnwi support of the new project and then seems hut little prospect that it wil Another feature of the plan whicl has retarded its success that a com line could not be made to expenses and would be a losing in vestment and thin has caused sonn of the projectors to of the It is cited that the Banj line could not maintain the with financial success and withdrew after one Stories that the company was bought off by the Goodrich arc given little weigh and id emphatically denied by the officials of that win say that to have this wouh have made the i mark for anyone who desiredt establish a route and force a sali The report that the new line woulc open May 16 is in no way of fulfill merit and there is little doubt bu that the IK dead Many stories have been put cir culation relative to the trouble which the Go drieh company has been involved in with shippers at Marinette and other northern ports these are denied by The rMnoval of the docks of the company at Marinette Caused some It It led ist urbane hut th matter is in no way as serious as has been rumored and the boats are car rying all the freight which can be superin tendent for the jooJriel pats no faith In the proponed new line and believes that it could not be made a Cochrane also denies story published recently that i oil C iju 11 as p ew The Virginia and Colum bus will go o t early next the former beinur the first in com The side weel will bu in commission in a short DIES IN WESTERN Elmer Brown Was Planning to Visit Her Parents Michael Herr Lived to Ripe Old Age of 80 Michael one of the well known pioneorsof the town of died at the home of his son there Tuesday at an advanced Of years to his great I had been failing rapidly and death waa not unexpected For many years decedent was prominent in the affairs of the township land was a member of linBai March here i a young man land s x children mourn his The funeral will be held at Meeme of the county He was born 1823 and came An aged wife Among the bills passed by the I assembly Wednesday were the Willy mill providing for the inspection of the committee bill increae the salary of the state ID from to the comnait tee bill appropriating for a monumental the national and the com mi t ibill appropriating to relm ite Treasurer Kempf for the coat ofhia surety company trill be a special driil of In extended order work tola orten have been tubed of tha News has been received by rela tives and friends here of the death of Elmer at April Mrs Brown was formerly Miss Etta ter of and Vlewigpr south Eleventh street and was well known in south side Mar ried ten years the family for a time resided in later re moving here and then rPmoving to Browa was planning to visit her parents this Death was due to stomach trouble from which she had suffered only onn Peeeased was 81 years of age having been born in this city May Besides a husband and two children and her one brother The funeral j held at NOT OBLIGED TO Court Witnesses May Simply Declare and Affirm Court witnesses by reason of religious beliefs or other ob ject to being sworn by the methods now in have been given relief by a hill passed in the legislature and given the governors this Imler its provislonsany witness who has conscientious scru ples against taking the oath may make his solemn declaration or af anil the ordinary judicial oath administered by the deputy clerk of court will he the only legal oath in Cnder the old law has been permissible for attorneys in cioses where there are Jewish wit ileuses to Insist that they go into church and take the before the torah with their hats the highest form of oath among the believers in the Mosaic OUT WITH SECOND Another Petition for Central High School in Another petition favoring the Cen tral High School project is being circulated for signatures and will be presented to the city It is claimed that the first and former petition was irregularly drawn and failed to make known the object of the petitioners and It was decided to circulate a new It is desired to get the matter the council and acted upon before the annual school eetingn in the various districts and the petition urges that a union effected of all districts in the Henry Stolze heads the be ing the originator of the idea and Charles A Groifman and others are giving active support to aid in the irtulating of the It is ex pected that the council will receive the petition Monday MAY PATCH UP Lutheran Factions to Try a Compro mise This Manltowoc Lutherans are greatly Interested in a meeting that will be historic in Lutheran annals in this country to he held in Milwaukee next when it is possible a truce will be effected between the various Lutheran synods and all will unite In one The conference held at Watertown last week marked a new It the first since the beginning of the controversy twenty flve years ago that the synods have met for purpose of trying to meet a point of The Intention of the meeting was to do away with factional strife in the church One of the delegatrs said different views were candidly aired during the meeting and the result of this interchange of opinions was the raising of high hopes among those present that the synofts represented A couimfWe of delegates from the synodical con ference and the general council will arrange for the M ilwaukee meet ing in DECLARES AGAINST State Camp to Fight Pro posed Readjustment Wisconsin Modern Woodmen will make a strong fight against the pro posed readjustment policy of the ord er at the National convention in In the state ramp in session at LtiCroHBe Wednesday having de dared Ihis in unmistakeable 125 of wliieh Davey of this oily was attended the which selected Superior as the place of meeting next of was elected head consul of the order and Bort of Beloit wan endorsed for batik er of the national cnmp anil of for physi The reports of officers showed again in membership in Wisconsin camps during the year of nearly The state camp favors a readjust ment of insurance of the ordi r but la squarely opposed to plan which has been recommended by the committee and been under dis cussion of PLANS JOLLY TIME FOR WANT FARMER TO PAY 60 TO Sbeboygan Will Entertain Royally the State Vilders Man Sued For Stock Subscribed In were made in Munici pal Court Wednesday on a demuirer entered by the defendants In the ac tion hintituted by the WeBtfleld Im porting Co against Knud a Valders farmer to recover alleg ed to be due for stock in a company which purchased a horse from the WeBtfleld Twentyone Valders fanners M stock company to purchase nil animal from the West field for but for some reason refused to pay for the sioqijt and the HUH was The demurrer which claims that no cause of action wan was overruled by Judge pre siding and I hcrnstwill go to trial at a date in tlm near The Chicago A Lakes Dredge A Dock nwarti ed tiie government contract of OXX worth of work to be done at the A uniform depth of feet of water will bt se cured by the the piers will be extended looo feel Into the a breakwater to built and t he completion if the improvements which are the largest undertaken in recent will make Waiikegan one of the IKHI harbors on the On and after May at you ujay Unhand But only with a line and or lines and hooks not exceeding live of If yon catch a game fish that weighs than six just be careful in taking him the and throw him back grow up In the beauty and statiifH of a perfect fish for some other fellow to catch later for its had luck lor you to catch the same fish of Apple who attended the meeting of the American Medical at New Orleans this wan taken charge of by officers there and dared Phillips IH the de vorced husband of Belle Phill ips of this and has been suffering from a mental disease for a year Che Vorth Side School Enters Team Appleton Track For The north side high school track earn to represent the school at the mwtwlll be chosen from let of eleven all of which been Aubrey loseph Krnst Al ert Fred Henry Harry Dan Nes Otto Vincent Htupecky and Burton Hanson make up the IS local meet to upon the relative merits of the can didates lias not been held owing to he poor condition of the A arge delegation will accompany the earn toAppleton May 16to witness the vents in which twentyfive high ohools will The south ids high school of this city will not be A large number of workmen have been employed for two weeks past gravelling the paths and beautifying the flower eds in Union and Washington arks and they are now assuming heir usual gay summer alnters are at work on the benches nd as soofi as the paint Is dry the enobes will be placed for L large number have been ided for both A railing Is to be build around the Washington park fountain to prevent any farther accidents and the improvements made are so general and so many to make Man to woo the poeaeMor Of two of the prettiest little In the Sheboygan has made elaborate paratlon to entertain the state con vention of the Travelers Protective Association which meets in that city Friday and The program includes a carriage ride for the dele gates and a banquet Friday Ten cities of the in hich the association is will have delegates pesent and the number Is expected to reach 50 to John of this will he n guest at the though is no branch of the Association Egun will attend the An effort will be made later to secure an organization of the Association in this several hav ing become identified with the order in other DERBY AND CIRCUS Driving Club Will Change Date of its Annual Event OK TMK ianiiN IMavrd I 1 Hrxi lloos Walla Wallas Standards M7 M 12 rhe three time winners of the city championship llniwbed their seasons bowling last evening bv defeating the Standards throe HtraiKht games at the Atlas Larson with an average of 181 was high The season will clone this week and the prizes will br Last nights scores 1st iiia 128 Ittfl Kd Larson Leader Oberland Torrisun Dr Keinfried 170 224 187 188 19H 3rd 19H 184 182 A 181 179 IU2 165 IftH Change will be made by tho Driv ing and Riding club of the date fixed for Derby this being necessitat ed by a conflict thai Itouj the visit ot the Forepaugh Sells circus here June the original date of the Secretary George Cootway will ottll a meeting of the directors of the Driving a few days and the matter will then be Both Derby and will be the occassion of a gala celebration and are scheduled to be held fci the Fair Grounds BO that a change must be The club plans an interesting apeed program for trie Dei by and the par ade of the day will be the greatest 948 7 WO rotaj Team ltW 2nd 3rd W lUthsack 188 180 140 Runnnele 14U 1B4 I HO 1H6 Torrlson 182 167 176 176 Leader IM 1H7 142 lf3 Leader 130 130 131 721 748 718 Total plus Team WEATHER Fresh northeast to easterly inierally fair Interesting figures hive been pre pared concerning the payments by companies and associations on life insurance policies during The total distribution to policy holders and their beneficiaries waa 883 In cttlea aud The total Includes death dividends surrender annuities The payments to the were and in Alaska The amount paid in Canada was OVER Inconven disappear when aletepbone is put It ASK YOUR LOCAL MAN ACER FOR INFORMATION WISCONSIN P f We Are Going Out of Business We have sold our plnco of business and must va cate1 July and so will sell our entire stock of SHOES At a Great This stock is new and stylih comprising all the sfandajd must be sold out and to do so will a in many cases below York one door west of Salak THE MANITOWOC SEED 917 Washington Headquarters for J BriQgs Good HJealtr tlors was made on pur pose to do it does more tluin miners l drills to keep you in As a Spring totiir theres not a remedy in the wliole materia medira half so as Rahrs Try Kneipp Malt Extract at jKr A pure malt I Sewer Pipe i in fact everything in the MASONRY LINE can he had of I The JOHNSON Dealers in Masonry Ice and CHANDELIERS REFINISHED A T Buerstatte A DEALERS IN Dynamos and Electrical Telephone 81 h and Jay SPRING MILLINERY MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF Modisr Latest Styles and V Correct Sac tre Elaborate and Eieautl fat Display at our s We cqn Please you South Eighth st SIMON f r j   

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