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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 15 July 1915

TBS STOTGEOW BAT ADY0CA3S, JULY 15, 1915. and * m m noE.'. In cherry-tiffie, In \"berry-time, O then w e have a m erry tim e! . - ' . F o r men and m aids together m eet ' And pluck ■ th e berries ripe and sweet. The ruddy Juice In on our : lips, - And crim son are our finger tips. And eyes w ith m ischief gleam and shine As though w e quailed the rosy wine! W e scram ble w here the bram bles tear The- p retty skirts the m aidens wear, B ut no vexatious sigh is heard From pouting lips—upon my word. , The cheries sw ing on slender stem s F rom dainty ears, like ruby gem s: And like an eastern queen w e sup On jew els from enameled cup. No banquet hall Was ever seen So fa ir as th is arrayed in green, W hose perfum ed aisles appear to be The home of m irth and melody. B eneath its,ro o f of blue and gold, W h at 'so n g s are sung! w h at tales are - told! 1 In cherry-tim e, in berry-tim e, \\ W hen sum m er days are in th e ir prime! I The lips th a t had not dared to sue, (W ith h...

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 — 15 July 1915

THE STURGEON, RAT, ADVOCATE, JHIY » 15. PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTCRI^ alone.lehcl to your dress that certain chic and style so much desired by all good dressers. That is the reason why all first-class dressmakers use them. Style and Economy are twins in PICTORIAL R E V I E W PATTERNS The SUMMER FASBION BOOK and AUGUST PATTERNS now on sale. W a ist ,9331—15c. SKirt 6185—15c. Costume ftse^uoc. delgbblPpiii j W ' itr one trf tht* hospitals |nere. -V, , $ ’ // fj-Mr: and ,Sirs. \\Vm.’iSpKticer and[ Mr. pnd.. and .‘djtiigV •ter MisaBtitw swBtV: short time&ftfon-' f£ jjlay irrn,towl^-isipng friimds. £■ Mr. and Mrs. VVJm. Andcregg and. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wenzel Horak le ft. Monday morning for Algoma wliere ' th'ey will spend a few days visiting relatives. After spending the past winfer at Milwaukee, where she has been employ­ ed Miss Agnes. Weise arrived home last week Friday and will visit her parents for several wgeks. She was accompanied by her frien^, Miss Larson, who expects to spend ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 July 1915

VOL. 54 NO. 17 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JULY 22. 1915. $L50 A YEAR Marine News ARIZONA ON AND OFF AGAIN. The .steamer Arizona, C apt.Foolery of the Goodrich Transit Co., stranded dur- a dense fog on Saturday morning, Vfhile on her way to the Soo. \\ The Arizona was in port Friday af­ ternoon for an hour and a half during wpich one hundred or more passengers sp4n,t the time viewing -the -cherry or-* Ahand's. She encountered a : dense fog after leaving Washington Island bound for Harbor Springs. While entering L it­ tle Traverse bay, on, the- east shore of Lake Michigan the steamer grounded on a mud bottom off Seven M ile, point. She had touched at Beaver Island on /her way north and evidently got out of tier course while attempting to enter Little Traverse bay on her way to Har­ bor Springs, Mich As she was moving along a t a slow rate the steamer did not go on hard enough to do any damage, but plenty- hard enough to make it impossible for her to effect her -own release. The ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 July 1915

‘ / . / • . . r : : ' • - • ■' ~ • ' ■ . , THE STURGEON BAY AD VO CATE/JULY 22, 1915 -►■■■'-' ' i ■ 1 1 '»■ S tu rg e o n B a g B treocate P u b lish e d E very' T h u rsd a y a t S tu rg eo n Bay, W is. . . i th e Post-office^, a t S tu rg eo n B a y , W is., a s second-class m atter. R A T E S O F SU B SC R IPT IO N ’! One' y e a r ......... J 1.60 Six m o n th s .................. .76 Four m o n t h s .............................., .60 T w o m o n th s . . . . . .................. .25 S in g le copies ............. .05 T w o d o lla rs w ill be c h arg ed i f n o t p a id w ith in th e y e a r. ' DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon ' Bay, Wi*-, July 22, 1915. EDITORIAL Safety First mottoes: L earn' to ewim obey the rules, of the road keep to the tight doji’t rock the boat don’t talk war swat the fly. The legislators a t Madison are cer tainly earning all the money, they re­ ceived for-this, session of the legislature, which will be1 the longest ever held...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 July 1915

CBS STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE. JULY 22, 19IS. BY REV. HOWARD B. GROSE. D. D.. Vice-President of the UnitedSociety of Christian Endeavor '■» The Chicago Christian Endeavor con­ vention of 1915 will go down in the rec­ ords as one of the most significant of the twenty-seven International Conventions of Christian Endeavor, completing two of the most successful’years in the his­ tory of the movement. It will be noted because of its numbers ^enthusiasm, and superb setting in the gaily-decorated Col- iseum. t It will be historic because of the elec­ tion of Daniel A. Poling of Ohio as pres­ ident’s associate, and his entrance upon his great and responsible office with the universal acclaim of the more than 12,- l 000' delegates who packed -the Coliseum \\ again and again. \\ Mr. Poling is Dr. Francis E. Clark’s I personal choice and is in every way ad- rnirably fitted for the place. As a mem­ ber of the Flying Squadron that has done so much for the cause of national prohibition, he h...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 July 1915

Personalltems Miss Nellie Donovan of Milwaukee is visiting. with her sister, Mrs.. Pearl Purdy. Miss Mae McNeil of-Port Atkinson, • Wis.j arrived here Saturday and is the gliest of Mrs, C, C. Dana. Wesley Gray returned . from Gfoen Bay on Mondny after an- absence of a couple of weeks on a pleasure visit. Mrs. Louis Henschel and daughter Sylvia went to Milwaukee on Tuesday to visit with relatives and friends. - Miss Helen Platiet returned to her Borne St. DePere on Sunday after spend­ ing a week or bo with friendB here. . Mrs.- M , Dohearty is visiting with her non Dr. W. H. Dohearty, and family a t’ Peshtigo for the past week or so, •Mrt. Herman Fuldner of Milwaukee arrived here Monday evening and is vis­ i t * * a t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Pfeifer. - W . .J. Parks of Green Bay has been spending the\" past week or so a t Cabot's lodge, leaving for his hbme Saturday night. - • . Miss Luella Batchelder arid MiBS Eliz­ abeth Erdmann spent the week end at Menominee, returning h...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 July 1915

TBK STBRGRON BA' JULY 22, 1915. Building a Houst.-^-Archial Forge, wlip recently lost hia home by fire, is having another built on the foundation of the old one. I t is not to be as large, how­ ever. Build Bridge House.—One of the. im­ provements on the bridge ■within the week is a house on the east side of the draw for the protection of pedestrians when it rains. Building a Garage.—Isador Brandeis is making preparations to have' a ga rage built on,his premises, and the ma­ terial is on the ground and the cement work commenced. World’s C. E. Convention.—Those who attended the World’s C. E. convention held a t Chicago .. last week,, returned I home much pleased with the affair. Rev, \\E. F. Hclmich has furnished us with a report of the • convention, which\" is pub' lished in another column for the bene' fit of those who are interested in the work. , Marriage Licenses.—Following are the marriage licenses issued within the week: Oscar Edward, South Africa, and Laurie Lou Slaughter...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 July 1915

T H E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 23, 1915. & 9 « ^ S ® ! ) ® ® © ® ® © S © S 3 S ^ ^ I The Adventures, Perils add Escapes of the Union Scout of the Mississippi ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® $ ® sX -)l^ ^ GEO RGE W AKEM AN CHAPTER XXXI.BV Signs, Grips, and Pass-words—Visiting Fortifications — Sunshine — Another Venture—Night and the Forest-rThe Magic Button. _ . . Ho was a very strict and influential member. of tlie Order of tlie.'bons of Liberty to whom Kaufman's letter in­ troduced B ell'at Richmond. The scoift Was put thoroughly to the test as to his familiarity with the signs, grips, and pass-words of the order. Immediately tin entering Boyd’s house Bell handed\" him the letter.-- He read it, and placing himself solemnly before Bell, gave him 'the hailing sign of the First Degree by folding his arms with the hands concealed beneath the arm­ pits. ‘ : .. ■ „ Bjdl responded \"by placing his arms to the same position. Boyd then gave him the grip of the F irst Degree. Le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 July 1915

b ix z .'s n r t b o v b u s . I ’ve g o t a le tte r, p arso n fro m m y so n o u t w est, , A n’ m y h e a rt is h e a v y a s a a n v il in . m y, b re a st. T o th in k m y bo y w h o se f u tu r e I h ad on ce .so nicely, planned, 'S h o u ld w a n d e r fro m th e r ig h t a n d to . su c h a n end, ' I to ld him w h en he le f t us. o n ly th re e s h o rt y e a rs ago. H e ’d find h im se lf a plow ing in a . m ig h ty . crooked row : H e’d m is s h is f a th e r's co u n sel a n d h is m o th e r’s p ray e rs, too, B u t h e sa id th e fa rm w as h a te fu l : a h ’ he g u essed he’d have to go. I know th e re ’s . b ig te m p ta tio n s fo r a y o u n g ste r in th e w e st B u t I b eliev e o u r B illy h ad th e c o u r­ a g e to resist. A n’ w h en h e le f t 1 w a rn e d him o f th e ev er w a itin ’ sn a re s T h a t lie lik e hidden s e rp e n ts in life ’s p ath w ay , ev ery w here. B ut. B illy, he pro m ised f a ith fu l to be c a re fu l a n ' allow ed, T h a t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 July 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JULY 22, 1913. Jaroslav Cimera and His Great Band W i HHitti 1 BANDJaroslav DAY Is always a big feature of every Redpath Chautauqua, and from present indications it long will be. The fourth day of the Uedpath Chautauqua this year is to be Band Day. Jaroslav Cimera and his great concert baud will render two programs—one in the afternoon and one in.the evening. The programs will include some of the well known heavy overtures, and the encores will comprise some of the popular pieces of the day. ! Cimera was born in I’ilseu, Bohemia, the land from which many of our greatest musicians have come. He has. however, spent the greater part of his life in America, and the majority of the musicians who , comprise his band are American born. Niue years ago Mr. Cimera'was playing trombone solos with Innes' Band in concerts in Orchestra Hall, Chicago. He has also appeared as soloist with Sousa and later with Bohumlr If Kryl’s Band. Por several years he, acted as assistan...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 July 1915

T H I STURGEON BAT ADVOCAT*, JULY 22, IMS. gam attfi Qmt. THE ZHVITATIOBr. C6m e on, b ro th e r, ta k e I t e a sy — fo r a . d ay . ’ L e t’s b e tru a n ts , b lith e a n d b reezy o u t fo r p lay H e re ’s a sp o t f o r p le a s a n t dream ing- , W h e re th e sle n d e r b irc h e s sw a y H e re 's a pool w h e re tr o u t a re g leam in g I f y o u r th o u g h ts fo r fish in g s tr a y B e s t a b it fro m to il, a n d sch em in g , a n d w e 'll p lay. H e re th e a ir is , s o ft a n d h a z y it's a c rim e « N o t to lin g e r a n d b e laz y fo r a tim e. So, w h ile su m m e r sk ie s a re w a rm in g A nd th e h e a rt b e a ts a ll in rh y m e, L e t u s s te a l'.a d a y fro m farm in g . P ro m o u r d a ily g r it a n d g rim e L e t u s sto p w h e re life is ch a rm in g , fo r a tim e. , T h en w h en w e h a v e reste d , neig h b o r. L o afed a n d lo ite re d fo r a dny, , I W e’ll go b a c k a g a in to lab o r. A ll th e b e tte r fo r o u r p lay . ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 22 July 1915

TBit1' STURGEON• BAT ADVOCATE, ? ta Y &2 ■ms * H -H ijHW County News DETROIT HARBOR. i}v'titra\\vTorry picking still continues but ‘the bulk of the crop has,keen taken care-of. Ah account of the sinking of the lug Pup on Monday can be found in the ran. rine columns, of today’s .issue. There has been a lull in the . building of the creamery on account of not hav­ ing the proper lumber for certain parts'. Now the material is here and th e ,build' ing is progressing very rapidly. Mr./arid Mrs. Wm. Wipkman returned frmb' tbeir wedding tour last week Wed­ nesday. They visited at Mackinac, por­ tions .of Canada, Detroit and Chicago. Wc were nil ’glad to see them return and they also stated they were just as glad to get back home. . Cherry picking began . in earnest this week, the first shipment coming out 'of theorchariih.owned by Capt. P. Hansen and.pie. Hagen, on Monday Everybody who cares' to, can busy her or himself for aAskile, although there will be ,410 scarcity of help as...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 July 1915

'• ' ' • ' VV- ■ \\ “DOOR . COUNTY DOES:” Visit Sturgeon Bay’s Chautauqua Aisg. 25-29. VOL. 54 NO. 18 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1915. ,»A ' v- AT ' HOME.\" $1.50 A YEAR Marine News Steamer J. H. Wade Ashore: The big steel steamer J. H. Wade went ilsliore two miles south of, Baileys Har- during a dense fog on Tuesday ii%ht'. . • is on a rocky bottom and in great dariger should a storm, come tip from an easterly direction. . ■ . ■ - . Word was .’sent to.-Milwaukee for a fog-. and. pump yesterday morning', and .-arrangements have, been made with the ■ ?: Rieboldt & Wjblter O . to have their j-odendck scow , ready to- accompany,, the outfit to put the • pump aboard the steamer. This would indicate that she is leak­ ing badly. The Wade is in light trim and,, was bound north.. The steamer is . 260 feet long, 38 feet beam and was built in 1890. She is the property of the W. C, Richardson Co. Is a Fine Craft. . By all odds the prettiest fishing boat ever seen in t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 July 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JWLY 29, 1915. S tu rg e o n » a p H bvocate Published Every T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Entered in the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, IVis., aS second-class m atter. KATES OP, SU BSC RIPTIO N: One year .........................................$1.60 Six m onths '................. .76 F ou r m onths ............................ . . . . . . . .60 Tw o m onths ......................... -2“ Clligle copies .......................... ,06 Two dollars will be charged if. not paid w ithin the year. \\ DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis July 20, 1015 EDITORIAL Remember tbe rules of-the road. Our business men are to be congrat­ ulated- on the appearance of Cedar street. There are few cities in the state th a t have more attractive fronts and • be-ter appearing buildings than are to be found here. They receive many -compli­ ments from strangers. There was an accident outside of Marinette last week in which seven peo­ ple .were seriously injure...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 July 1915

TOE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATI, JULY 29,1915. EXCURSIONISTS DROWN WHEN EASTLAND TURNS TURTLE. (Continued from First Page.) ■ The following description of the terri­ ble, catastrophe is by the pen of Harlan E. Babcoek, a special writer for the Cbi- ■cago Herald. Dir. Babcock had been as­ signed to . attend the. picnic and write it up5 barely missing being a passenger on the ill-fated boat. His article is the best account of the disaster we have yet seen.—Editor. $ I reached the Clark street bridge about 7:30, as near as I can figure, although I did not look a t my watch. The bridge and'the dock were choked with gay hu­ m anity, thousands waiting to take the ■ /Eastland atid Roosevelt or one of the other - boats, and other thousands ildy watching the passengers being herded onto the Eastland, for they were herd­ ed onto the old shell th at is the only Word that, will express it—herded onto it like cattle by the crew. The upper deck of the Eastland was fairly black with people—mos...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 July 1915

THE STURGEONBAY AbvOCA'TE, J ^ Y ^ 'i s i s ' Personal Items Miss Hildft Hennessey of Corliss, Wis., arrived hero Monday evening to spend a week with relatives. A. 11. Minor returned home Sunday after taking a trip for a week on the steamer South American. Sirs. Margaret McDonald left Monday for St. Ignnee: Mich., to visit with her brother Tim and family. Miss Vie Hodges spent several day visiting friends at Algomu tins week, returning home on Saturday. Mrs, C. B. Hart w ent to Green Bay on Thursday to spend an indefinite time visiting relatives and friends. Hay Stephenson returned to Chicago on Saturday after spending a week or more visiting relatives here. Fred. Zottel arrived here from Chi icago Wednesday to spend a couple of ■weeks among his old friends here. . Judge and Mrs. Henry Cfraass spent the. week end with relatives and friends here, returning to Green Bay Monday. M3ss Florence Kemp of Escanaba :nhd Miss Nuesse of Green Bay are--visiting a t the home of Mrst Ixmis Pcff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 July 1915

Y * ^ vp ' - TH BSTUR G EO N B^Y . ^ V O C 4?ij..JFL Y i9 (iig J5, jtii Marriage Licenses.-—Only one mar­ riage license was issued during the past week,, being that of Einil Meyer and : Minnie Magic of* Forestville. - • , Buys Home.-1—Joseph and Anton : Searth each purchased a cottage on North Court street from, A. L. Hatch, paying therefore $650 apiece. Building a Garage.—Jacob Rosenberg is having a large and commodious ga­ rage built on his premises, which it is expected will ba finished this week. Board ' of Review.—-The . adjourned •meeting of the board of review will be held on Monday afternoon. After that jday sessions will be held from 10 a. m. until 5 p. m. . \\ Grading Court Street.—The city is engaged /■in grading Court street from Garland to Cottage in prepraation for the crushed stone that is to be put on the thoroughfare during the ensuing couple of weeks. The roadbed is to be Bixteen' feet wide, Will Vote by Mail—-A bill has pass­ ed both houses_of the legislature...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 July 1915

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE 'JULY ig, 1915. eyes on the cuss!” paid, the cross-eyed ® ’ ' ‘ ® niun. growing valiant. I Hie Adventures, Perils and Escapes j of the Union Scout of the Mississippi L I BY GEORGE WAKEMAN 8®S®®S®®®®®®®0(s!®®l CHAPTER XXXII, The Scout Indulges His Genius for Strategy, and Amuses Himself by Various Surprising Exploits. ‘‘Well, Bell, what do you intend to do next?” asked Gen. Parke, when Hell came out of the tent after his day of sleep. “I must go back to the Confederate lines tonight,” replied Bell. “I have friends a t Richmond who will naturally be anxious at my absence.” “Yes, and if they knew where • you ■ had been, they would be just as anx­ ious to see you hung,” said the general. “I should thinly you would be afraid to return. If you should be discovered, there would be no help for you.” “But as I don’t intend to give up my occupation till the close of the war, said Bell, “my- safest plan is to go back. If I return safely, no suspicion ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 July 1915

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, JULY 29, 1915. rpiTEWASH THE COLTS. (Continued from First Page.) e peg N. Anderson and Burke struck it. Sturgeon Bay—Krai fanned Lange- ak out, second to first Augustine out, it4 to first Eighth inning—Green B ^ : Denessen nned ’ Patterson batting for G. Rache- au, singled thru short Deacon flew out second .,Conley flew .'out to right. Sturgeon Bay—Bourgeois singled to and was caught stealing second ie drew a paB3 Billy Wagener hit ort right and Patterson dropped bVill after'a run Spalsbury popped seetond Dago fanned, being thrown at ( first. Ninth') inning—Green Bay': S. Ander struck out Woodward out, pitcher first W. Racheleau out, short to first. Green Bay AB R H SB PO A E inley, If ........... 4 0 0 0 2 1 0 Anderson, ss ... .4 0 0 0 1 5 1 oodward, c f ,4 .0 0 0 0 0 0 Bicheleau, c . , . , 4 0 1 0 2 4 0 Anderson, 2b ...3 0 0 0 4 1 1 nrke, 3b ........3 0 0 0 1 5 2 inessen, lb .... . . 3 0 0 0 13 1 1 Racheleau, rf .. .2 0 0 0 0 0 0 itterson, rf . ........1...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 July 1915

^ v •.- ■ ■•â– .■ - . ,v. THE STURGEON BAY PUBLIC FORUM V .-E . P. Ripley On Relations of Railroads and People The industrial leaders of this nation are talking to the public face to face through the columns of this paper. The time was when ft a corporation had anything to say to,.the people they sent a hired hand, whispered it through a lawyer or employed a lobbyist to explain it to the legis­ lature, but the men who' know and the men who do are now talking over the fence to the man who plows. When the leading business men of this nation get “back to the soil” with their problems, strife and dissen­ sion will disappear, for when men look into each other’s faces and smile there is a better day coming. Mr. E. P. Ripley, president of the Santa Fe Railroad, |when asked to give his views in reference to relations existing between the (railroad and the public said in part: j “Frequently we hear statements to the effect that these relations are [improving, that the era of railroad...

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