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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 May 1915

THE STUHGEOH BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 6^' 1915. \" 7' ’ 4 •' v ' ' *■ ■'£ INUKION THERE IS STRENGTH Successor to Rosenberg’s Dept. Store COMMENCING INUHION THERE IS STRENGTH ami Wilt Continue for Ten Days Deep HE object ofhhis new organization is to follow up the method of “live and let live” policy, to keep prices down to the lowest notch, to do more business and smaller profits, to keep the money at home and not send i t to the catalog, houses, to divide the profits at the end of the year between all the stockholders and'give the public the benefit of lower prices, to cut down the high cost of living and let everybody live. Co-operation is the road to success and in “Union there is strength,” so let us co-operate and make the Peo­ ple’s Store our store, and you will-all benefit by it. Muslin Underwear Dept. Ladies’ Muslin Gowns, Lace or Embroidery trim- Q Q « med, slip-over or high neck, our $1.50 values, at A. J / O v Ladies’ Combination Suits, trimmed with Torchon d f? ^ Lace, 7...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 May 1915

i m : TH E STU RGEOJr BAY ADVOjCATE, MAY 6 1915 m i n i i m u n ♦ h -i -w + i m + * Doing business with this bank find, it both convenient and profitable to take advantage of our special facili­ ties for handling their accounts by mail. Deposits can safely be made by mail, b y en­ dorsing ALL checks, dmfts or money orders to our order. You can then pay your bills in Any part of the United States by simply mailing your check on this bank. Banking by mail saves a great deal of time on the road and it is absolutely safe. Open a Checking Account. This bank furn­ ishes all supplies free. ' “ The Bank of Personal Service” ■l l l l I II H 11 I I I 1 11 I I I I QUALITY FIRST a — s— — MEANS’—— — — SAFETY FIRST! Let us take care of your auto tire needs this season.. The prices arc now. down. Buy before a raise. ' W e can sell you: Plain T re a d s ‘ Country R oads 30x3 $9.85 $11.55 30x3 i ‘ 12.85 14.75 ‘ 32x3i 14.75 17.05 33x4' 21.00 24.20 34x4 21.45 24.65 35x4 22.50 25.80 These prices...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 6, 1915. • t b o t i b i i E i m p B B t h e j £a v e s , : W e a r e o n ly tw o p oor l ittle sp a rro w s ’ I n v e ry g r e a t tro u b le . Y ou see W e w e r e h ap p y b u t y e s te rd a y m o rn in g , A s m e rry a s s p a rro w s co u ld .he. O u r n e st, w oven: d e f tly 'a n d stro n g ly , \" O f fibre a n d f e a th e r a n d le a t, H e ld th re e tin y e g g s in i ts hollow — • O h l how cu n I te ll o t o u r g r i e f ' T h e n e s t? I t is ly in g off y o n d er. A ll sh a p e le s s b e n e a th th e Ilf tre e .. T h e eg g s? T h e y a re s c a tte re d a n d brok- ... en,. '■ i • Q u r w o n d e rfu l, b e a u tifu l th re e ! S u ch a s n u g little hom e 'n e a tli th e r a f t - ' , ■ ■' ers, . ' ' ' - ■ . So saife fro m th e su n a n d th e rain . A n d now ,— w e a re h o m eless a n d c h ild ­ l e s s ,' ■ ' ■ A nd s ic k w ith th e f r ig h t'a n d th e p ain. S ince a h o rrib le p a in te r cam e p ry ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 6, 1515. Dividend Day Monday, May 10th. 5 People’s Store Stamps f V with each 10c •. purchase at Store, (c o u n t y n e w s being (Contiimed from* Anbthel- Pagei) DETROIT HARBOR. Meeting a Great Success. Shimmel’s Huxford’s Drug Store Jewelry Store Meat Market A MEDICAL BOOK FREE By DR. N. A. GODDARD. Dr. GODDARD. M odern Methods of treating Chron­ ic Diseases without operation, ha* just come from the pen of Dr. Goddard, the Milwaukee Specialist a9 • well as instructive little books the doc­ tor has ever written. If you ' are a sufferer from nppendi c i t i s, Gall Stones, Colic, Goiter, or Chronic dis- cases of a pri- , va.te nature vou.r should a vail yourself of this offer to send you this book free sim­ ply for the ■asking. A pos­ tal will brin itxto you, in a plain wrapper.' Many so-called surgical diseases, have been proven to be curable by medical treatment, more safely, more easily and cheaply by modern medical methods than was believed ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

DOOR COUNTY DOES.” IT AT HOME VOL. NO. 7 STURGEON\" £AY, $ * £ £ /THURSDAY, MAY 13, I9J5. SI-50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS STEAMER ROBERT H O L L A N D BURNS. The steamer Robert Holland was bad­ ly burned Tuesday niglit while lying a t the Panrratz dock, north of th e ship­ yard, the after end of the craft being severely scorched and the house con­ sumed. ' The. alarm was sen t.in from the-C. Greisen residence a few minutes before 12 o’clock, one of the young people who had beep out to a party, noticing the flames from the bedroom window, though the place where the boat lay and the point of ^observation was all of half a mile distant. The fire department responded with the chemical, but when it. was, seen what kind of a blaze it was the engine was called out. The steamer was sta­ tioned a t the fire-well a t the foot of Rieboldt street, the hose being laid across the shipyard and former Pan- kratz mill property, a distance of about 1600 feet. There being no light- in the near vicinit...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

N*‘ * THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, MAY 13, 1915. Sturgeon Ba? advocate F»bU»hed Every Thursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. stored Bay, in the Post-nice at Sturgeon ,y, tVis,, as second-class matter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Ona year ..............................................,.$1.60 Six m onths ...................................* ...'. 76 Four m onths ............ GO TWO m onths ........................... 25. Single Copied ................ .05 Two dollars w ill be charged if not {Mid w ithin the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. 'Sturgeon Bay, Wis., May 13, 1915. EDITORIAL ■ .Now. th at mother has had her day, when is Dad to have his inning? \"Mother” claims that every day is dad’s day. \\ ■ ■- . The ch u m p th at changes seats in a narrow boat has already had hid name chalked up on th e'fro n t page. Two were-drowned'and two othcrs narrowly - escaped when the boat’ ckpsiapsized. limbed There has been a bill passed by the legislature providing for the election of supervis...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

Our stock being so large, our time so limited, we are obliged to sacrifice. . ffJOtir many years of business experience the favorable protests of friends and our liberal patronage assure us of our fair and square business reputation. 4JWe will not dwell on the merits of this sale. ‘‘Circumstances alter cases”, and this time it’s all in your favor. ^Oppor­ tunities to buy at these prices come generally but once in a life time. Here*are a few: Adler’s $18.00 and $19.00 Suits $}() 00 Adler’s $ 12.00 Suits, at. * . . . 1.......... r s $8.00 Suits at...Y ............. $4.00 . % '■ ■' — •*' ■ ‘: - 7‘ • * (V ■' . ' Y . '**» £«$ v $3.00 DRESS TROUSERS , i $2.50 DRESS TROUSERS Adler’s $ 15.00 Suits at. $10.00 SPRING' O VERCOATS Boys $5.00 $6.00 NORFOLK SUITS sizes from 10 to 17, a t.— Boys’ $4.00 and $3.00 S1JITS at Men’* $15,00 RAINCOATS _ _ _ : Y Y ‘ “ 10.00 /• . ’ — ---- 5.00 Men’s $3.00 H A TS at y «• 2.50 “ • •• 2.00 , - 2.00 I - . - : 9.00 6.00 • - - Y. 2.50 2.00 — 1.75 M ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

H. M. EGBERT (C opyright, 1915, by W . G. C hapm an.) Vanderhuizen, the 'big Dutchman, Stepped aboard the do wncoiintry train bom Kimberley, South Africa, en route J ot Cape Town. He laid his suit case carelessly unon the rack, placed his band upon his breast to make sure that the package for which he had slaked many years‘ of freedom, was there, and sat down in a seat, look* tag out at th e . desert- landscape. At Boshof a stranger came Into the train, looked keenly about him, and finally, spotting Vanderhuizen, seated himself opposite him. Vanderhuizen recognized him as a man named James, from Kimberley also he had- once been a mine guard, but had been dismissed for some dishonesty. He had contrived, in some way to avoid the clutches of the law, always severe on buyers of diamonds from the native quarrymen. Vanderhuizen nodded surlily. James was the last person in the world that he wanted to see just then.. James smiled sardonically. “Come into the smoker, Van,’’ he said, “and ito...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

THE 8TQK010H BAT A BTO O ttt, MAY 13, JMA • / TAX NOTICE S u rg e o n B a r , W ls., A p ril 18, 1915. ' N o tice I s h e re b y g iv en t h a t in ac co rd ­ a n c e w ith th e s ta tu te s in s u c h c a se s m ad e a n d p ro v id ed , th e h e re in a fte r fo l­ lo w in g d e scrib ed tr a c ts a n d p a rc e ls 'of la n d a r e a s ta te m e n t o f th e la n d s upon w h ic h ta x e s h a v e been re tu rn e d d e lin ­ q u e n t f o r th e: ta x o f 1914, a n d w h ic h s t i l l re m a in - U npaid. A n d so m u c h of t h e fo llo w in g ' d e sc rib e d t r a c ts a n d p a r­ c e ls o f la n d d e scrib ed in s a id s t a t e - m e n t a s m ay b e n e c e s s a ry th e re fo re , I w ill o n th e th ird T u e sd a y o f M ay n e x t j a n d th e su c ce e d in g d a y s b e so ld a t p u b - lie a u c tio n b y th e c o u n ty tre a s u re r of s a id c o u n ty , a t h is o ffic e ,in th e c o u rt, h o u se, in th e C ity o f S tu rg e o n B ay, D o o r C o u n ty...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

THE STURGEOHBAY ADVOCATE, MAY 13, #15. | P E j^N A L S i| Mr. and Mrs. Wim. Draeb of Kipvrnmye, ■«pcnt Sunday in ilie city with rciiim m P. J. McCormick vycnt to Appleton Thursday' on a business trip for a cou­ ple bf dnys. . Harry Blnkefield was up from Baileys Harbor for a couple of days the first of the week. . Attorney Giiede went to Green Bay Wednesday on business connected with some legal matters. ■4 A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Anderson on Sunday night. Mother and son are doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. 3. G. Martin .were last -week called to Manitowoc by tie death -of Mrs. Martin’s father. * Misses Tillie and Elizabeth Propson . .went to Green Bay and \"Kaukauna on Tuesday to spend several .days. Mrs. Ed. Neman o f' Vans Harbor. Mich., arrived here the first, of the week and is visiting with relatives. , Capt. tile Steffenson of Chicago wj^s in the city the latter part of the week at­ tending to some business matters. • Mr.- and Mrs. Eugene Carrington of Green Bay sp...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADYOCAiR, J£AY 13, m s . LOCAL of the/iisfcr 'metallic line that the-'Door County Telephone Co. is building in Jpnorthern# e eig& of the county.andtiie i» is %eitj^pushed.tfonvard as rapidly o^ b lcf 9 ^ # r d e re of the rail- mg at ^ ev St^conB ay p o s t o f a ^ ^ ad c - & mpi | ny is oblig. ed to have the work completed ‘Within a designated time. It is the intention of the ^company to, establish exchanges in •several of, the larger towns, which w ill greatly facilitate thri handling of the calls and improve the service. t ■ the, week ending May 11, are: fechroeder. Fred Thunder Squ’alls.—This region was Visited by a ‘.couple of'severe thunder squalls during the past week! The first swept over the city on Friday evening, when the rainjfell in. torrents for a short time. Another visitation was experien­ ced on Tuesday m orning./ - Buys Residence.-—Dr.'F- C-.Huff with­ in the week closed a deal whereby he be- come -the.owner of the Mowry residence on ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 13, 1919. H e Adventures, Perils and Escapes of the Union Scout of the Mississippi BY GEORGE WAKEMAN ®®®®®®®SX3®®®^^ CHAPTER XXL. A Frail Bridge and a Furious Stream— News from Lookout'Mountain—On to Richmond-r-One Syllable Too Much— Carrying Mournful Tidings—A Novel Rice. Bell went.from Memphis to La Grange and having delivered a confidential let­ ter from Hurlbut to the commander of the post a t that place, was passed out- side the pickets and proceeded on the ^Ilolly Springs road towards the Talla­ hatchie. Thc day was rainy and dismal. . The region through, which he \" passed had once been one of smiling beauty, with luxurious residences and fine planta­ tions, wherein ' the cotton and com .flourished and ripened, and gave bounti­ ful harvests.\" The scene was changpB to one of utter desolation. The planta­ tions were lying waste and untillcd the fences had been burned, and only blackened chimneys remained to • show the site of forme...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

TORPEDOED i,i49JdST Great Liner Is Sunk By Submarine- 1,916 WERE ON BOARD Mbre Tfian 100 Americans Die i Ship Biven No Warning. SINKS 8 MILES OFF IRISH COAST Only 767 Pesons Rescued From Gi­ gantic Liner—Vanderbilt, Frohman, . Klein, Hubbard, Forman Go Down With Ship— Four Torpedoes Fired by German Subsea Craft and Two Find Their Mark. QUEENSTOWN, IRELAND — Ger. many’s submarine warfare cost 1,149 lives' \"when the giant Lusitania was torpedoed and sunk a scant eight miles oft the Irish coast. Of these, probably more than 100 -were citizens of the United. States. In' that number are now included the names of Alfred G. Vanderbilt, multi-millionaire El­ bert Hubbard, author and lecturer Charles Klein, noted playwright Jus­ tus M. Forman, playwright and .author, and others well known in England and the United States. No trace can be found of them, and their friends, who have been searching the villages of the south Irish coast, reluctantly ex­ pressed , the belief that they must ha...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

!• . - - ■ \" 1 \\ , I:':. THE STURGEOW BAY ADVOCATE, M A / -1915 J J. ctmvur £2gSffikS£r ■ :V ILL-FATED CUNARD UNER LUSITANIA 11 WHO’S WHO IN TRAGEDY LIST OF KNOWN SAVED ALFRED GWYNNE VANDERBILT ,M rs- Henry Adams, S. Abramowitz, —Capitalist. Fortune estim ated a t Jam es^Bolian M argaret BallenUne. 5100,000,000. Born in New York on M- G- Byrne, Robert Bailer, Mrs. Cyril Oct 20, 1877. Son of Cornelius and H. Bretherton and two children Mrs. Alice Claypoole Gwynne Vanderbilt . Burnside Frederick B o tto m le y N .L . Grandson of William Henry V ander-j Boyle, Miss Josephine Brandell, W. bilt brother of Cornelius III. a n d . p. Burgess A. B. Cross, Cyrus Cros- Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt. /D i- M y • Colebrook, -Miss Conner, rector in various railway and /Other ’. Fatrlck Cliffe, Mrs. Cyrus Crosley, corporations. / I H erbert Chiberdot, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fred Cooper, Guy Chambers, CHARLES FROHMAN Theatrical j A R clarke m . Cavlns, Emily Davis, manager. ^ Bom in Sandusky....

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

\" ' . / 1 ' THE, STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, MAY 13 1915. Y Â¥ M CORN NEEDS THE RIGHT KIND OF ' .CULTIVATION. “Com should be cultivated not plow­ ed the plowing was done before plant-* ing time and the young corn plants do not like to be disturbed.” “Idle cultivators are like idle boys, weeds get the best, of them . “Miles of ' clean corn are like smiles on clean faces, both make us happy. “Crusty corn fields make crusty boys and both need stirring. “Weeds in the corn field, like flies in a dairy barn, should be swatted.” There is, a t least, one more thing we need to bear in mind if we are serious­ ly planning on harvesting a bumper crop this y ear.' Cultivation, if it is properly .done pays. As soon as the little plants are peep­ ing -through the ground they begin to talk. If we understand their language this is what they will tell us. “There are some of those «aucy fel- “ lows, called weeds, trying to crowd us out of our nice warm-home, if you don’t take them away, they will eat ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 May 1915

V - THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, ^AY 13, 1915. h Announce­ ment: S A L E is now going on. Come in and get your share of the BARGAINS v COUNTY NEWS Free Consultation Dr. Goddard {Milwaukee Specialist Will visit Sturgeon Bay, Monday, May 24, at the Waldo Hotel, and will grant Free Consultation to all who may desire to consult him. Such a caH in no way obligates you to take treatement. 8 OUT OF 10 GASES of Appendicitis, Gall Stone, Colic, Rupture, Goitre, Varicose Veins .and Ulcers as well as many other. Chronic Diseases can be cured Without Operation, loss of time or suffering. Or. Goddard has scores of testim onial letter a from cured patients in and about Sturgeon Bay to Prove these statements. He fteveir under any circumstan­ ces accfepts Incurable ca ses, --,Ha. will tell you Truthfully sn&Honostly what is. best in your case. If he accepts you for treatment he \"wilfigive you a written, legal VJSuarantee of Service, rip his 'successful j Clierttele on ttonesfy and TrUm ■ fbf...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 May 1915

“ 11 Day Visitors—Stop in the Advocate an# (let Your Share of the $I000\\to be Given Free “DOOR r\\. -• •COUNTY DOES.\" VOL. 54 NO. 8 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY, MAV 20, 1915.' - - IT AT !A HOME - $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS Goodrich Co. Purchase Boat. After an absence of nearly twenty years, the Btcamship City of Holland will return to Milwaukee. The ship has been purchased by the Goodrich Tran­ s it company from the Graham and Mor-* ton company. It is planned to place the side wheeler on the run between Chicago and Milwaukee during tlhe busy season. Over thirty years ago the steamer Oily of Holland was built for the Good­ rich company. I t was christened the City of Milwaukee, and operated be­ tween Milwaukee and Grand Haven as a p art of the Milwaukee, Grand Haven and Detroit railway line. The steamer then was the mos't magniflciently ap­ pointed steamship on the great lakes and was also the fastest vessel on fresh w ater.' The boat averaged twenty-three miles an hour between ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 May 1915

V .\" , •' V Sturgeon Ba$ advocate r« b U s h e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t .S tu rg e o n Bay, WIb. . • t ' ■ B te re d * in th e P o st-n ice a t S tu rg e o n B ay, AVIs., a s se co n d -class m a tte r. r ° \\ , , . • R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : On* y e a r ......................................................ta-go B U m o n th s ............................................76 PO ur m o n th s • . . . , ' ......................................... 6“ T w o m o n th s ......................................25 ■ Ingle Copies ............... .05 T w o d o lla rs . w ill be c h arg ed If n o t f* Jd w ith in th e y ear. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon. Bay, Wis., May 20. 1915, EDITORIAL , Be neutral and—swat tho fly. Now that your yard is clean, keep it so. The dandelions ure witli us again. They are more difficult to swat than the fly. ■ / ”/ . Sewing ..nocks, for • soldiers is getting to' be a. favorite pasttime, but sewing socks or buttons for fatSior...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 May 1915

tH M STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, m ? 20, 1915. WIJLSON PROTESTS TOTHE KAISER Obfeds to Method o! Warfare Result- log la Sinking of Lusitania, Which Most Be Stopped HOLD GERMANY ACCOUNTABLE. MAINTAINS THAT WARNING WAS - NOT GIVEN AND WAS A VIO­ LATION OF ALL INTER­ NATIONAL OBLIGATIONS The text of the United States note to •Germany concerning the sinking of the Lusitania is us follows:. .State Department of Washington, May 13.—The secretary of state to the American ambassador a t Berlin: ■ .Please call on minister of foreign af iaira and after reading to (him this communication leave with him a copy. “In view of recent acts of the German authorities in violation of American rights on the high seas, which culminat­ ed in the torpedoing and sinking of the British steamer Lusitania on -May 7, 1913, by which over 100 American citi­ zens lost their lives, it is clearly wise and desirable th a t the. government of the United States and the. Imperial German government should come to a clea...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 May 1915

THE- STURGEON BA? ADVOCAT^, M AY«), v - * ' ‘ ‘ , 1 . W. S. Reynolds left Wednesday on a business trip to Wliiting, Ind., for sever- ■■■■ al days. ■ •• ■• i ’ ' Miss H attie Johns returned to Green Bay Monday after visiting relatives here = •* for a short time. • . Alex. Lundberg of Kish Creek spent a - - ' couple of 'd ay s iir the city the latter : : p a rt of the wcekr»? : V Mrs. John Wagner presented her hus band with a baby girl on Wednesday • evening of last week. Miss EmiH^ .^ischer r spent .llie week '« * d ..a t Mapleyflrod, th e'g u est of her „ T im b e r Augubt and family. 4 •. • Mrs. Albert Tcsnow, who. was under \". trentm ent a t th e : People’s ■ hospital, re turned to her liothe a t Ellison Bay Wcd- wwday. v 'v $ ^ lsP Ju lia Collard went to Kewaunee ®rt-^4gjrsdft-y afternoon, where she will • spend a month a t the homo of Mrs. Louis Hickey. - Mrs.' W alter Smith, and Son arrived here from Green Bay on Friday and are visiting a t the home of. her m...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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