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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 May 1916

SHE STURGEON BAY ADVOCAf& JtAY 11, 1416. State News in Brief ‘ Miss Evelyn Cordes of Sugar Biisb, a member of the junior class in the local ■ Jiigli school, is dead at New London. Bi- •chloride1.of mercury poisoning is 'given * a the cause. . , j L ■Ruth Garber, 11 years old, died late -Friday night of burns sustained Monday ~while helping her sister,.'Mrs. Lulu Rob­ inson, get supper at Beloit. Half the ^surface of her body was deeply burned. Mrs. Paul Bolas on Friday drowned Iherself in a shallow well on a farm near -Antigo because of lonesomeness. The (family recently moved from Chicago and Mrs. Bolas wished to return. She leaves a husband and three children. A steel splinter from a shattered pul­ ley which 6roke under the strain of hoisting an engine a t the Wallace Trac­ tor company’s plant, Racine, pierced the ■heart of Stephen Mand. He died before the police ambulance could convey him to a hospital- Mayor Robert Haentze of Fond du Lac, whose condition has been cr...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 May 1916

gBiarrom r THE STURGEON B A y /jfo y p cA T E :M A Y 11, ^ 1 6 . ‘ ' M ' ’ WEST SIDE and VICINITY ECHOES OF THE CANNING CO. Creditors Receive a Circular Letter from Attorney of the Defunct Company. ! Some of tlxe creditors'of the defunct jtlnion Canning company tarc in receipt (of a circular letter from the attorney of ■Che concern criticising the action of the ' trustees in making the settlement that -was made, and for the receipt th at was given for the money disbursed. Be it said, to the credit, of the trustees that there would probably have been 110 set­ tlement, of any kind made had the m at­ te r not bpCn brought , to a focus in the manner tnftt it was. Efforts had been made for several weeks to get the at- to iiS ^ of file canning company to take eteps to close the m atter up, and the only thing that was gotten out of him ■was promises to look after the settle­ m ent, , jp e ]*tgt.r mentioned .ia evidently sent o u t wif,|]_t he object of preventing any personal ~Sctio...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 May 1916

THEi SttT&GEON BAT ADVOCATE. MAY 11, IMA ____________ ' \\ , tpsss B i m . ' \" 1 • ■■ - \"®| :-* ■: \" ’’Musical EieciS»L—• .. ... • w- The Jugular. „ nmsieal recital will lie : '-’ given by the pupils of Prof. Beck on ‘ jVVednestiay evening, H ay B-i, a t the ':j iioelck & Paus hall. _ ?£ -,’ P u t’ in Scales.:— y Joseph Zivney has bad a pair of scales V installed oh his premi$es a t the corner of. St-. John and Cedar streets for the convenience of the public. Cut His Hand.— . • While working in the slaughter house ' of Barney Haen on Tuesday Gene Hunt • slashed his hand with a sharp knife. It / was found necessary to take eight stitch- A es in the wound to draw it together. ' Commission. Meet.—% The U tility commission held a regular meeting on Monday evening. There was little outside of the regular routine of business. The salary of the book-* keeperf’was increased from $37.50 to $45, per month. - Woman’s Club Meeting.— - A regular meeting of the' Woman’s .club ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 11 May 1916

* 4 6 * SIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 11, 1915. A TUtoa. 'The nightm are'cam e to tny silent bed In the peaceful hour of night. , \"When at rest was laid my heavy, head, And the Ink-horn vanished quite. O h, think of the horrible Shape it wore! I t was a demon grim *for a dragon, with scales and tails a score: Nor a head without a limb: INor a mock fiend, with a maddening laugh! Nor the whirling sails of a mill: Nor a cup of blood for the lips to quaff, In despite of the shuddering will: .Hor a monstrous bird with a funeral note: Nor a black dog on my breast: .Uor the ghost of Burke, with its gripe on my throat. That came to disturb my rest: H u t my sister Poll, with quill, a gray goose QUlil) And an Album—sight of sorrow! “Get up.” she cried, “and a whole page fill, 1'or this book must go back tomor­ row! Selected pissceltomj. After Many Days BY MARY E. MOFFAT A tiny cottage stood on a grassy lane, -which branched invitingly off from the main road. Its occupants—a father and...

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 — 11 May 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 11, 1916, THREADWORMS. Parasites Infest*ng the Gullet of Sheep and. Cattle Caused by Swallowing Insects. Sheep and'cattle very frequently have threadworms in ’ the gullet. These •worms are seen in the lining of the gul­ let beneath the surface in a rather striking wavy pattern similar to that formed by a snake as it travels over a smooth' surface. The worms are slender and threadlike, but as - they measure? from over an inch to almost 6 inches in length and raise up the surface of the lining of the gullet to form slender ■wavy ridges, they are readily located when an infested gullet is slit open and examined. So far as known, the damage 4 occasioned by the presence of these pnr- ■ asites in. sheep and cattle is , rather slight, though it has been determined th at a closely related parasite is inti­ mately associated with if not casual agjjnt of cancer in the stomach of rats. It has been shown by investigation and experiments in the Zoological Div...

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 — 11 May 1916

S v # ' - FACE BIGHT STURGEON BAY v i . . . * - ‘ . ..1 . For Mother’s Day Sunday, May 14th I i S m e e d s t o r e JN D . B. D A V IS No-AI Flavors Non-alcoholic concentrated pure food flavors, better than ordinary kind. Do n o t evaporate r.or lose th eir strength. All flavors Also D ental, Shaving and Gold Creams. AH .good:* guaranteed. Ro-San Chemical Closet A mqdern toilet ■ w ithout sewerage. A bsolutely sanitary and odorless. 'Guar-* antce'd. Call and see one. JA S. R. ENGLISH, Agent 210 Court Street. Phone 3012 A MEDICAL BOOK FREE By DR. N. A. GODDARD. Dr. GODDARD. M odern M ethods of treatin g Chron­ ic Diseases w ithout operatiob, ha* ju s t come from th e pen of Dr. G oddard, the M ilwaukee Specialist as w ell as instructive little books the doc­ t o r has ever w ritten. I f you are a sufferer from a p p e n d ic it i s, Gall Stones, Golic, Goiter, o r Chronic dia- ■eases of a p ri­ vate natu re y o u should a- vail yourself o f th is offer to send you this 'B o o ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 May 1916

VOL. 55 NO. 8 STURGEON BAY, WIS. THURSDAY, MAY 18. 1916. $I j 6 A YEAR UKE tlMIINE STEAMER MARION IN TROUBLE. Towpost Tom Out and Barge Aurora Goes Adrift in Raging Storm— Repairs Made Here. The steamer Marion, Capt. Frank Johnson, had a rough time of it on Wednesday night of last week while — boundbelow with grain. The wind was blowing a gale from the • west and the Marion had the barge Au­ rora in tow. The steamer had on wheat and the Aurora oats, the former loading at South Chicago and the latter at Manitowoc. The boats left the latter port Wed­ nesday. bound for Buffalo and When they reached a point off Cana Island about midnight, the gale had .reached its height and a heavy sea was running, altho the wind was off shore. Capt. Johnson kept in as close as possible and intended getting under the lea of Cana Island to wait until the storm ihad subj sided. When he came about the towpost ■ on the Marion went out. Fortunately no one was injured. The Aurora is in command of Capt. B...

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 — 18 May 1916

fc* A G E TWO THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. M ay 18, 1916. **£turoeon ® a? HDvocate Vabllahed E v e r y T h u r s d a y a t S tu r g e o n B a y . W is . _________ __ :JB n te red In th e P o s t- o fflc e a t Sturgeon Bay, W is ., a s s e c o n d - c la s s m a tte r . R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : - O n e y e a r . . . » ................. • • * l-§2 B i z m o n th s ....................... ■....................................76 '*■ JPour m o n th s ......... 60 v - ’T w o m o n th s ......................................................... 25 » S in g le c o p ie s ..................................... ° 6 T w o d o lla r s w ill b e c h a r g e d I f n o t 9 « ld w ith in th e y e a r. • DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. n - \"■V'!' ■ P :V IS ::' • :■ ■ * Sturgeon Bay, Wis., May 18. 1916. Arc we going to have a summerless •pminer ? The flies have been kept back by the •old weather. Are you prepared to swat them when they put in an appearance? . Our riotio...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 May 1916

THE STURGEON BAY JUiyOCATE. May 18, 1916. '• I : \"' ' ■■•â– •••• •:■• State News in ’.'Kewaunee is overrun w ith tram ps, an d th e city au tho rities a re perplexed to know w hat to do w ith th e “w eary wil lies.” dering M arian L a m b e rt. his- form er sw eetheart. On th e m orning of F ebru­ a ry IQ. 1916, M arian ’Lam bert* 17 years old, w as found dead, h alf buried in snow, in a wood near Sacred H e a rt acad ­ em y a t L ake F orest, 111., by her father, F ran k L am bert, em ployed as caretak er on th e Jon as K uppenheim cr esta te, south Jo h n Borgm an of K ew aunee h as been 1 o f L ake F orest, re-elected chairm an of. th e county board of K ew aunee county for th e tw en tieth 1 If, you are th e owner, of a therm om - tim e. I eter in which' th e registering fluid is mer curv, it would be wise to engage a safe- ’ F or th e second tim e w ithin a few 1 ty deposit box a t tlie bank and place the year's tlie Swedish L u theran church, four I therm om eter in i...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 May 1916

WEST SIDE and VICINITY The home' of Albert' Door was glad- -■■dened b y 'th e arrival of a baby girl on Monday morning. Henry ..Hall and family within the -week removed from the Shaw house to • th e iSenft house. Adam Brink on Saturday received a new cheese vat for his factory in the \" town of Sturgeon Bay. Jacob Leonhardt lias been confined to . fcis bed and home for the past week or ■ «o with a stomach trouble. Herbert Wiesner arrived here from outside 011 Friday and is spending a week or more visiting with his brother Jacob Wiestfer. Herbert has been in several places since leaving here Inst falL and does not know just how long he may stay. Mate John Moore and Fireman Clias. Wilson, members of the crew of the tug Bob Teed, took occasion to call on rela­ tives and friends during the couple of days th at the boat was in port the lat ter part of the week, waiting for wcatli- A son of Mr. and :Mrs. George Sawdo,1 or to cross the lake. The confirmation services a t the Cor- â...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 May 1916

' W ater ls :P ^ e % : ^ Rhode La Plant states thaC he haSl a sample of w ater he is using in his res­ taurant sent to Madison for analysis, and it was found to be all right, having been labeled “safe’’ by, the board of health. Unclaimed Letters— Letters remaining unclaimed a t the Sturgeon Bay postoffice for the week ending May 10, are: John-Russel, Mrs. Jgnatz Rausc. Albert Peterson, Miss Ce­ celia Max, M rs. Orland Lynd. Miss Jose­ phine Anderson. Chief Is Quarantined.— The household of Chief of Police Frit- .schler has been, placed under quarantine, •Margaret the youngest daughteri(being ill with a mild form of what is pro­ nounced by the attending physician to be' small-pox. Mother's Day.— ^Notwithstanding the inclement weath­ er Sunday the' churches were well at-* tended to participate: in the' -M others Day celebration. The mails , were unus­ ually heavy on Saturday- with messages of love to mothers from absent children. Sues for a Divorce.— Mrs. Herman Blasier has star...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 May 1916

PAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. May 18, 1916 SPEAK TOM YOURSEEP. True pride, my dear .neighbor. Shines bright as the skies—: A jewel resplendent, A treasure to prize Yet oft you m ust lay it A while on the shelf— • Enshrined, not forgotten— To speak for yourself! Oh. tru st not to others The m atters of life ' . I f you would be happy And harvest no strife! As far as lies in you, ^ Who labor alone For near ones and dear ones Look out for your own. - You send a rare message Sly brother or friend: You tru s t in the sequel, You hope for the end! . Y\"ou reap disappointm ent— T h at troublesome elf— Much better, my neighbor. To speak for yourself. You see a sw eet maiden And feed Cupid's sting You woo her by proxy—• A dangerous thing! . She, loving true courage Much better than pelf, Cries out \"C an't the fellow, Sir, speak for him self?\" In love, as in.business. Soon you will agree T hat trusting to others The loser you'll be Then place your space modesty Upon the shelf. And pro...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 18 May 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. May 18, 1916. PAGE SETO t i*tm h ard en and £iomr TBS BOYS. ’-Twas p a rt o f m y w ed d in g p o rtio n . T h is s p o t w h e re th e ’ old h o u se sta n d s, A nd 1 h ad th e ch o o sin g o f it F ro m a ll o f m y f a th e r 's lan d s. W e w e re y o ung, b u t w e w e re n o t fo o l­ ish. O r w a s te fu l, y o u m ay depend, A nd m y m o th e r h ad a lw a y s ta u g h t m e 'T w a s b e tte r to sa v e th a n spend. F o r a w h ile, you know , i t w a s lo n ely . 'W ith m e in th e h o u se a ll d ay , A nd no one to com e a n ig h m e, T o h e a r w h a t I h ad to s a y B u t w h e n 1 s a t w ith th e b ab y , M y boy, a sle e p on m y a rm . I d id n ’t m uch c a re fo r th e n eig h b o rs, ' O r a n y th in g e lse on th e fa rm . ’ p v ^ T h e r e w a s Ja ck , \"and Ben, yo u rem era- , ber. T h ey w ere a ll t h a t I e v e r h a d A n d J a c k w a s h is m o th e r’s idol. T h o u g h B en w a s a lik e ly lad . A n d w e sa v ed u ...

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 — 18 May 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. May 18, 1916 uaiter VJ l CE C uremns 98ct°$0#°a A Pair. Exclusive patterns in all new Spring designs—curtains that are different than the ordinary kind. If you need anything in the curtain line inspect our New Spriag Stock at 98c to $6.00 a pair. 2nd Floor• Curtain Scrims Curtain- Goods by the yard in every description and design—Ecru, Cream, Ivory, White. Scrims and Nets at from 18c to 75c yd. Muslin Underwear Excellent Values—Moderately Priced Wolf Head Brand Never before carried in this city. A wonderful line of Gowns and Skirts, made of the finest quality nainsook—no raw seams— only the finest embroidery and laces used on these garments— 98c to $2.75 Save Our Stamps People’s Store STURGEON BAY, WIS. FOLLOWING is a report of analysis of a sample of PURO submitted by Walter Hoerres to the Health De­ partment at Madison, Wis. WISCONSIN STATE LABORATORY OF HYGIENE LABORATORY OF THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH REPORT ON THE BACTERIOLOGICAL EXAMINATI...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 May 1916

f i r- ^ -t— - I ” ■ l iu *1 ’’i ^ l THE- 5 5th Year VOL. 55 NO. 9 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1916. $1.50 A YEAR FILE CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. A special meeting of the Utility com­ mission was held on Thursday evening for the purpose of checking over the claims for damages that was to be filed against the steamer F. W. Fletcher, : which ran into the bridge on the morn­ ing of May 2 last. * It was found that portion of the re­ pairs made by the city aggregated a dotal of $1,240.39.. the largest bills being for lumber, carpenters’ labor and the scow and derrick of Rieboldt & Wolter. The bill of the Ahnapee-& Western railway- company totaled $1,522.77, which included the costs of the repairs made in replacing the piles, timbers and use of the Grei-lling Bros, piledriver. No charges were made for the cost -of bringing the extra train here from Green Bay, or the carrying of the pas-* aengers and freight back and forth across the bay during the time that the bridge was o...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 May 1916

* l t r i T I I I ! 1 l !J‘-‘ , ‘ ‘ , \" ' l , , ' , , , l l i r l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■ l l l l l | l l l l l t l 1 1 I « « » »■» I H I » f » ............... H nfcM * ®®0®O i l l Studebaker Service----------------- —:—- — - — —Oakland Service ------------ — v D. a LONG * Ffi t A t? V , *'• , “ i “ ^ * -v * J ^ « STUDEBAKER AUTOMOBILES Dollar for Dollar, World’s Standard in Motor Car Values” v— If you are buying an automobile you should have some set standard of value whereby to judge the ear you ate looking at. You should have some system of arriving at the conclusion as to whether or not the car in question is worth the money. You should KNOW what EVERY DOLLAR IS BUYING! ' • Years ago the Studebaker set such an exampled pace as a seller of real values that it was generally credited with I ' being the standard by which the values of all other automobiles were judged. That commanding position in the auto­ mobile world is still held by the Studebaker Corpo...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 May 1916

THE * 0 5 BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 25, 1916. I&$tur04oii Ba? Btoocate PaMiJhed Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. . , entered In the Post-bfflce at Sturgeon Bay, Wls., as second-class matter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION One year .............. . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . * 1 . 5 0 Six. months ......... .75 Tour months ........... .50 two months ......... .25 Single copies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .05 ‘ Two dollars' will, be charged If not •*ld within the year. 3UDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., May 25, ,1916. Politics, Preparedness, Patriotism and the Presidency, is the way the candi­ dates have sized it up, and are playing the cards strong on this line. Congressman Konop, according to the latest dispatches, will not be a candidate for the nomination \"on the Democratic .ticket, but will retire from politics to devote his time to the practice of law. They are certainly unanimous for their favorite son in Iowa, as was evidenced one night last week when a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 May 1916

THE STURGEON BAT » ay a d v o c a t e , m a y 25, w i« . 1 '■ WEST SIDE and VICINITY reservoir c-in be supplied /njith water with gravity pressure, and .this tjjeans practically • every section bf the '*Ward. All that is required iB the necessary pipe thru which to run it. f ' ‘ ^pme Recent Arrivals. &!f The household of Dr. J. J. Curtin was gladdened on Saturday by1 the arrival of * bouncing baby boy. Friends here o,n Monday received the • Information that a baby girl’was born to Mry and Mrs. James Hall of Casco, Sick Without Attention, this/interesting event taking place at John Swenson, a bachelor who has Algoma. tract of land near the ccnal in the town / a brand new baby girl arrived at the of Clay Banks, where he has lived for home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Floor on the the past 20 years or more, is reported 15th inst. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Olson welcomed the arrival of a baby boy at their home on Sunday evening. Mrs.-c(WieSner Sprains Ankle. Mrs. Jacob Wiesner suffered a very...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 May 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 25, 1916. RAGEftm imuS? Fishing Seaidh Opens.— f' : The fishing Season. opetis for aU gas* fish on Monday, May 29, at midnigjii!' Put in Sidetracks— Tiie A. & W. have put in a sidetrack 'to the warehouse-of the Door ■ County. Fruit Exchange, the job being done the past week. Marriage Licenses.— Marriage licenses have -been granted ! the past week to Isadore Lesswise and Fannie Corbisier, both of Gardner and Chas. DeWitte and Laura Delforge, both of Brussels. 1 . ' , ' Stores Will Close.— In accordance with an agreement among the business men of the city, the stores will be closed on Decoration Day. You are admonished to order what you need the day before. . . . Attend the Junior Prom.—^ ’ : Fully fifty of the young people of this city went to Algoma to attend the Jun­ ior Prom on Friday evening of last week, there being nine autoes making the trip with, the party.'1 All report having had a most delightful tim e,. the hall being beautifully decor...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 25 May 1916

fAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. MAY 23, 1918. State News in Brief The attorney general advised District Attorney John Roberts of Grand Rapids th at the purchaser of se.loon property has the same right to n license under the Baker law as the former owner of the place. r Joseph Horn, a manslaughter trusty from Waupun prison, ran amuck a t the state tuberculosis hospital a t Toma­ hawk Lake, and attacked the wife of Supt. Fred Wright. She was ,not ser iously injured and Horn was later cap tured at Hurley. Over half of the children in one sec tion of the first grade at Whitney school Green Bay, arc out of school on account of measles' Only twenty-two of fifty answered roll call one day last week and the teacher ascertained that 28 were sick at home with measles.- Edward Lohcrgcr, age 11, and liis brother Victor, 9, of Oconto, found a dynamite cap. Before going to bed they held it over a lighted lump to see what would happen. I t did. Edward lost his thumb and two fingers and Victor...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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