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Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - February 11, 1915, Ludington, Michigan 21 a fully news wants Tiow a Tablit i Flats ii dirt ynllt1 Tell la Edington daily new thew Ahlf plan Lily Elf Clit and t colder 182 or Obuary hut two american Steamer is held up and her cargo of food stuffs unloaded at fal Mouth by British order no opening for any discussion of peace will iopil01f1t 10 Germany has no desire to con Sider peace at this is statement of minister 1 re in Ltd Orfiss to Polly cargo of foodstuffs aboard the american Steamer Wilhelmina was formally seized by the government acting under instructions from the foreign office the port officials took Possession and Ord ered the cargo the final disposition of the cargo will be determined by a prize it is understood that the owners of the cargo will enter a claim that it was not subjected to seizure because it left the United states before the German government ordered a confiscation of food the Steamer will be permitted to sail As soon As the cargo is re allies see no likelihood of an opening which would Lead toward peace this was emphasized in the House of con Mons this afternoon by sir Edward in reply to a question by the lab Orite asking what terms the allies Are willing to offer Germany the foreign minister said re cent Public utterances by Germany have not Given us any reason to be Lieve that the questioners object would be promoted by adopting a course suggested and outlining tentative peace the statement is construed As indicating that Germany has no de sire to consider peace at the present v retake report unconfirmed Dis patches say that the germans have been forced to evacuate and that the City Lias been reoccupied by the the German Headquarters have been removed to it s there is no confirmation to the above the germans captured Lodz december May attempt to blockade German coast the House of commons this Premier Asquith announced that the British gov was considering drastic measures to Paraliza All German com Ille flagrant breaches of the rules of International warfare has made such action Neces itis believed that England will attempt an actual blockade of All of the German hungarian invasion Given severe setback russians Are in full from the aus Rogerman forces have pressed the invaders Bac beyond the retreating All along the resisting stubbornly As they an expedition for the Relief of Przemysla is advancing slowly As they Are encountering violent the at tempt to invade Hungary is now definitely germans report gains at Argonne gains in Argonne Region and satisfactory Progress in the Campaign in the East was reported by the War office this in ipod lamp Ger mans have advanced to Northwest on the right Bank of the vis England not ready to handle food in second interview with can famous inventor of dirigible tells of ambition claims transatlantic service is practicable was working on perfection of an Aerial Craft for trial trip when War broke out by Karl von Wiegand United press staff correspondent copyright by the United press in great the Hague an have alway hoped to to the first to Pilot an All ship across the i have by Leved that to do so would be crowning of my declared count Ferdinand von Zeppelin to when he resumed his of lib possibilities of the giant air Craft that Bear to bombard new York an Washington 1 asked him the count was very grave As he re it was Plain from his Genera attitude that he has been greatly Trou bled Over the charges of ruthlessness in the use of dirigible in Warant the intimations that they were beyond the Pale of civilized throw bombs on people who have been so kind to when 1 was among them he never never want to sail on a peaceful Mission when i go to greater ambition has not been to create an in Glne of it has been to demonstrate the zeppelins were suited to far greater purposes than to be used As Mere instruments of War it was evident that demolition of the skyscrapers of new York and destruction of the historic Wash were farthest from the thoughts of the Man who is response Hie for a form of terror which has been so aptly described As the Zeppelin he seemed to be pondering matters Over in his for a few seconds there was then speaking with an intensity of thought As though he were talking to himself the count continued i must try to live Long enough or i fear that it wont be at least not in the near then you believe that transatlantic Aerial travel with a dirigible of the Type you have constructed is Possi ble 1 not Only but this War has interfered with my i know that Aerial travel will become the and safest Zep in their in my a great future before few people the Delight and safety of travel they will become great factors for Quick Passen Ger and mail How Long do you believe that it would take a Zeppelin to make the flight from Here to new York f fire that gutted Peck building causes loss to five different grand Flap ids firms my to imply news Dravid firms suffered an aggregate loss of today when gutted the Thomas Peck building on lil Miry the firms affected were the Lewis Klec Trie United states Tiro com Standard tire stand Ard company and the Peck Johnson chemical stuffs is not ready either to buy up food stuffs for distribution or to fix the maximum Price for such in the House of commons evening Premier As lilith declined positively to Back a maximum Price movement or to have the government take Over the business of marketing the nations the Dorcas society of the swedish lutheran Church will hold a and also serve lunch at their school House on East Danaher Street for misday and Friday everybody three or four perhaps perhaps it would depend on the wind and the anyhow it could hardly be expected that the first would be made in the Short est time any More than the first steam ers established the what will be the trend of develop ment in the zeppelins in the future where they Are to be utilized for War Craft a form of construction that will permit them to Fly much higher than at kor commercial Pur poses they must have greater carrying capacity and greater As com pared with the years it to9k to develop the railroads my aircraft Are merely beginning their at present they Are too much dependent upon wind and with the exception of the first flight that i made i cannot conceive a More inspiring moment than when 1 can Pilot one of my cruisers into new York and then go on to there was no doubt that the Veteran inventor was keenly alive to the defects that Are still to be overcome be fore his airships Are completely Suc plainly he had no doubt that there were Many problems still unsolved and he did not seem to believe there would Ever come great Battles of j the air on the scale so lucidly pictured by imaginative writers there wont be wars when the stage of perfection is the count i suggested that he might have sent one of his zeppelins to san Francisco for exhibition at the he declared i do not want a Zeppelin to make her first voyage across the lat Lustic in the freight hold of a she will make it under her own continued on Page five of Peter Madison expect to write his name on the primary ballot and in Duce him to run republicans will not oppose present mayor Helen Mcdonnell will go after commissioner Rinehart office at election miss Mabel Morse Secretary of Board of rare treat is planned for club meeting the Board of directors of the Young women club met at the Home of Wangen last night for the Pur pose of electing a member to ill vacancy caused by the resignation of miss Vera Culver and to elect an assistant Culver was the unanimous Choice of Board for a member of the Board and miss Mabel the present was the unanimous Choice of the Board present for the office Sec other matters of interest to the club were discussed which will be brought up at the next business meeting of the Young was announced at this time that a Book review of saturdays one of the recent issues of popular would be Given by at the next club meet ing during tote literary from 8 to n this will be a rare treat for he club and any of the ladles of the who Are whether members or will be welcomed at the Friday night meeting at Star school House attended by great numbers the social hour literary club held to meeting at the Star school n Victory Friday having been postponed to the night was Ideal and a Large crowd was in much credit is due the program committee or its following program Vas Given song and Kathryn Kirby recitation Mono thanks i wish to thank those who have presented my name for the democratic nomination for for business reasons i have deemed it Best to with draw my petition As i cannot at this time enter the respectfully Wilbur e5 killed by unguided team on track Between Walhalla and Custer Are killed by East bound train con proprietor of Are Nerti merchandise store met will an unfortunate Accident yesterday afternoon while returning from tall Niar to though uninjured hims Cli the Accident resulted in the loss of Wels was thrown from his wag on in some near i lie a 11 Roar track at and the horses run a Ling on Down the track toward Custer were struck by the train in stantly leading Newman Hjortholm Emma Fisher Molin Ferrel mitc Liell neighbourhood mesdames Sinclair and Kibbey dialogue mesdames miss Teitze and whippoorwill song Pauline and Kath Ryn Hazel Hor and Hjortholm Esper song Uleyse Rama phone Albert French ragtime band boys old Black Quartetti musical Myrtle Gruver the next meeting will be held at the tar school House Friday a cordial invitation is extended o hikers have time and just enough and no More to catch the train in Ludington from Scottville lust the hikers were Jacob Lunde and Albert Jeffer the pair started out from Ludington for a Little Jaunt about 2m Oclock in the expecting to reach Scottville in time to Board the evening train Back they Scottville 0 Miles hut had to run the no mishaps Are re and the Hoys say they had a Dandy time fooling with the Robins and Meadow larks on the Way its to get out in the even if you do get your feet Telephone troubles in the tropics Are largely due the wires becoming Cov ered with air fresh line of hot water syring and rubber goods at Money saving satisfaction guaranteed or your Money Sahlmark phar As it stands now there will he no opposition to the reelection of mayor Keiser at the coming Spring Keiser is unopposed on the Republican primary ballot and the Only democratic petition that of Wil Bur having been withdrawn by Warr it is very prob that the democrats will have a candidate in the Field As the name of some candidate will be writ ten on the ballots at the primary and this will insure there being a Candi Date at the friends of Peter Madison will try to induce him to make the run and it is possible that Liis will be the name write in sit the following Are the names that will appear on the primary ballots City ticket Republican for for City for City first for for Henry for second for for Lugene Herman for third for von for Drew Andrew for fourth for for for fifth for for for Democrat for for City for City first for for for second Ward for for for third for for for fourth for for for Constable fifth for for for progressive for for City for City epidemic among horses in Nebraska is worse this Winter than Ever Many horses dying ravages of the Corn stalk disease among horses this Winter Are the worst in the history of according to Charles state Field veterinary in a report according to word received by the state veterinarians department from one of its Field Over two Hind real horses have died in one county alone As a result of the the animals affected with the Dis ease first become affected with drowsiness and later become the disease is acute and death results with in a few the attacks Are in Al most every instance a substance in the Corn stalk on which the animals feed causes the Poi an analysis by government experts at Washington resulted in the re port that the poisonous substance is a species of City clubs unite for monthly study of civic mar Quette club studies Brazil Mccutcheon tells of advantages he sees in the county for men who want to make Start coming events february sunny South at the 4th number on High school lecture miss Cher by february Iti fourth dancing party by knights of col Jab us at of March fifth ii uni the Ludington federation of Wom ens clubs held their regular monthly meeting in Library Hall tuesday a program on the subject of the Happy hour movement had been arranged for but owing to the very Small attendance the meeting resolved itself into an informal discussion of club work in Avilliah Campbell of Muskegon was a guest at this meeting and very kindly Lead n the telling of the work in the Michigan state federation or women clubs in which she is an Active the Pero Marquette club held an interesting meeting in their club rooms in the Stearns hotel tuesday after the topic of the Day was Bra Zilian readings on the manners and customs of the country and on the advancement in culture and literature were Putnam handled he growing Roos Evelt in brazilian was read by miss Sclinick pave and the brazilians and read an account of Rio de in View of the rapidly growing Promin ence of the South american countries tile subject wms of unusual interest and no petitions tiled for any county ticket Republican for county school Charles Democrat for county school commissioner Helen All of the Mason county delegates to the Republican state to be held in grand rapids Mason county farms offer advantages markets close to Michigan give an outlet for All farm and Garden produce n who so months travelling the highways of Mason county during in the bus iness of malting a new county if a virginian by has been Mer chant in Flie West and is now the owner of a valuable farm Waterloo he has travelled Over most of this country and because of his great intelligence he was invited to write out his impressions of Mason county and its relative advantages in comparison with other sections of the United he is a relative of cartoonist his letter follows my dear Wing after a Long delay i have succeeded in finding to write you of my impressions of Mason comity As compared with other states i have travelled it is hard to compare it with the Prairie they Are so each has its own Adan but i want to i have not seen any place opening up to the opportunities to a poor Man agr culture thai Michigan does and especially the newer parts of Mason the Price of the Cut Over land is so Low that h 1s in reach of the poor then the terms on which it be tight Are within his for building is cheaper than at places so his first Home can be very then equipment for farm ing costs less than in Prairie leaving Ift suppose poor Man purchases a 20 or 40 acre farm jul starts to five or ten Lores Are a Good Start the first was Uncertain about this at first and Nade Many inquiries As to How to id of the stumps this was a swered in most practical Way by a Oglevie who lives one mile East of round who showed me 9 acres he and a Young boy had cleaned upon stumps in addition to doing their other farm this cleared land he is setting to fruit Trees and expects to crop each year until Trees Are mature and bring returns this Poncy followed year after would not Only give More and More returns each but would make the profit from the matured Trees greater from constant cultivation and if men can farm around i Learned this in my boyhood in so that even if the Man has no help he can make a and stump the land As his circumstances and conveniences will now for another Side of there is the Pas Ture in a held of stumps and nowhere is there greater returns than from the Dairy part of a then chickens will if looked after though not a stump is a few pigs can be raised without much trouble and right there the family chickens Are very much Worth while As when at thanksgiving Lime last year scarcely an egg could to bought for less than a even in Small the Man who had chickens and reaped a Rich and this is something that will not glut the for Many years to so much for the now conies a pan that every Man is entitled to and that is the i have found summer weather tempered by Cool Lake and Winter cold enough to do away with the Muddy weather Anil cold Rains of further i like both much better than both houses put in a Busy Day and much work is pushed through before they adjourn tonight House approves of four Bills today measure to abolish Railroad commission makes its appearance tips tit Dolly Sewal work was pushed through both houses today before an adjournment was taken to permit the members to attend the publican convention at grand a bldg Bills received a final approval in the they were alive dolls measure to allow villages of fourth class to fix Central places of i Stepsons two Bills amending the Village corporation act and tax and deprat6s measure compelling railroads and con tractors to maintain sanitary quarters for representative persons Long heralded Bill to abolish the Railroad com Mission and substitute therefor a pub Lic with far broader made its appearance today As did the recommendations of the commission on codification and Revi Sion of the in the form Ofa Bill introduced by representative of the same Meas sure was submitted in the senator of the Senate ook favourable action today on the Morford Bill making it mls demean or to sell cigarettes or makings to a Giraffe immediately after us birth measures six feet from its hoofs to the to of its Ludington Man writes interesting experiences in Early Days of that states history Wright of North Gaylord venue contributes to the log Cabin of the Jefferson Ohio he following Story which will be of interest to his Many friends in Luck Nylon George Wright was born in Rich december the first school House that i Ever went to Vas a log school 1 lived there until i was six years of my oils then moved into another part of he town in a Pine swamp one mile Vest and one mile East of Richmond enter in a Flat roof that Vinter Snow was four feet deep and litre was a Large flock of turkeys flew through my fathers door we toys wanted Mother to us shoot ome of them with fathers gun and he would not Lei us for fear we would Hoot Tim doer were so thick at that time we could see them run All through the Woods my father then bought the next year the farm thai is known As Vina Patch farm one and a half Miles South and one and a half Miles West of the Cen Ter of on the Tirol House my folks Ever lived in and still lived there until i enlisted in the civil War of conditions in the Prairie then hardly a neighbourhood has its Lake or trouts reams or Iii Ludington is greatly i avoid in Many it has tin second Harbor on Lake Michigan making it a great shipping Point for the Farmers it has Beautiful hi1 Chain of summer resorts on the noon train for that City in order that they might be in the convention City tonight to assist Culver in his Campaign for the Regency nomination the members of delegation Are Charles Dan Cus Ter Norman Scottville John Hans Ahra James k Matthews and Clark the following circled Dele Gatas to represent a r mini in Inch and to Iii Huldur the democratic state convention which at offer the most Ideal summer the nearest to Michigan 1 have seen is the in gel sound country around Seattle but to my mind the balance hangs toward Mich Igan in manufactures and a for a poor Man to get a if he is energetic and Blest with a family who there is no question but he can get a Start and a Good one too in very Short m the Cascade treatment is valuable in obstinate constipation and other stomach Ca Sahl Niarkos ii for Bookie Lansing at noon on Fiu Ismeni and Stork All Takt that ctr Tuu ii Ward but the poor Man from Olimi Ler ilic1 thursday 1vbruary the Rity of Pikr cultural to say at Keithi Oclock nothing of its about which i officers of Thi Loyal order know f More will Givi a reception to the in regard to Piiru their Lailios and thru the will by taken up Wilu in i dancing and a supper and shortly bars talks by several prominent All Moose Arp Ivri Mesud 10 be pres Clark i this will give Vou an idea of Ber on High school lecture Danaher and j what 1 see i Mason county As a place pm with their family Aud committee

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