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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 April 1914

THE AUVOCATE IS THE OFFICIAL PA PB B Q F BOTH :~ r y y 2 £ c '' ' . V$$» V- S i t A irs T2E COUUTY. BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERE HEAT JOB WORK :.. A X p y t h is Of f ic e VOL. 53. NO. I STURGEON BAY, WIS.. THURSDAY, APRIL 2. 1914. MARINE NEWS Important Notice. ■ An important change is the designa­ tion of -wind velocities is announced by \"the U. S. Weather Bureau to take effect April 1st. Beginning with that date, the Beaufort Scale will be used in the pre­ paration of all wind forecasts,- replacing • ±be.old scale which has been use by the .^Bureau for a number of years. 0 • The Beaufort Scale is now in general use by the shipping interests of most nations, and lias been for many years, and its adoption by. the Weather Bureau ■ 'will result in uniformity : for both land and sea purposes. , The Beaufort Scale is a 42-point scale as follows: v Beaufort Scale. . '•â–  ‘ Designation Miles per hour Calm. . . . . ......... From 0 to 3 Light a ir.. . . . . . . . ‘Over 3 to 8 L...

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 — 2 April 1914

\\ r ■ • 3 :- THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 2, 1914. [ state NEWS IN BRIEF Lloyd Allen, ng?d 11, attempted ■ to crawl between cars‘in tbe St. Paul yards - a t Wausau. Two wheels ran over his body and he was crashed to death. Victor Hartman, aged 44. a laborer, hung himself at Madison. Poor health is thought to have been the cause. He leaves a wife and seven children. While shaving in a room of his home at Wrightstown Max Van Roy, being called downstairs, fell down the steps . with a razor in his hand, inflicting a deep gash at the throat. His condition is critical. Mrs. -Marium Clark, aged 103, died at 'the home of her son in Cascade. She was the mother of twelve children, six of whom survive. She \" i leaves .^thirty- eight\" grandchildren.” thirty-five great- grand-childrcn, and two great-great­ grandchildren. She was the oldest rcsi- ' dent of Sheboygan county. The Alpine Dairy Co. is the name ‘of •a new industry recently organized at Algoma for the manufacture of Badenze...

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 — 2 April 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE APRIL 2 1914 y//y -% :z W$r-% % at* f2! and Style Show, beginning ■ w M ‘& IKE a hugfe canvass in this store, on which is painted in vivid colors the 1914 styles—a picture of surpass­ ing beauty.*^Throughout the entire picture one can trace the same motif-ness, and novelty, the unusual, the original, the rare,—all are here, yet in the most winsome,' thoroughly charming\"creations imaginable. ‘ 1 ■ ' ‘ , , To you and your friends we extend a cordial invitation to visit this splendid Style . Show. WeTcnow that we will not have to urge you, 'how that we have r : to\\d you the picture is unveiled. ' - , ^ \" Music by W elter’s Orchestra) 7:30 to 9:30 Friday Evening. Garments will be displayed but none will, be sold on Friday Evening. ' ' \" . Piano furnished by John. Feuerstein. - v i Flowers fordecoration furnished by M rs.A m old W agener, Jr. Millinery,:Suits, Coats, Gowns,, Dresses, Shirts, Blouses,.Etc. m m im m {\\f4 Gtgr i'rvr/ntt Co, & Chtc...

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 — 2 April 1914

r -i : ■ v- . • . v '. ‘... *HB STURGEON ADVOCATE, APR** 2,1914. LETTER FROM STURGEON BAY GIRL Good Sanntirltari Hospital, ' Lexington, Ky., Mar. 18, 1914. .Dear Editor:— 1 m ust write and tell you of my In* • tereatlng visit to the state capltol and penitentiary of Kentucky a t F rankfort Frankfort lies about 28 miles from Lexington, and ciin be reached In one Tiour and twenty minutes on the inter- ■urban car. The population of Frankfort is about 16,000. : I t is very pretty to look upon. You •go In on the car, for it lies low in valley, with big steep bluffs (very much larget than our government bluff a t the head of the bay) surrounding it and 'overlooking the Kentucky River. Frankfort is divided in two by the K%itucky river the north and south «Ide. The river is narrow, but rather deep-' a t this place. Yet, it is not too narrow for some of the largest boats-on the Ohio to make frequent trips to this Intei-esting town. L Situated on a beautiful sloping hill •on the south si...

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 — 2 April 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATB, APRIL 2, WI4 TA Q BU R LOTS. . A Rondel. O v ag ran t love! do you come th is way?, I hear you knock a t th e long-closed door T h a t turned toO on Its .unere before— I am stro nger now I can say you Nay. sw eet sm ile on your lips I know of T he .vague, today, ■ I ts m eaning V and magic, — yore: . ' O v ag ran t Love, do you come this way? I h ear you knock a t the long-closed door. B ut w hy your sum m ons should I obey? I listened once till my h e a rt grew sore— Shall I listen again, and again deplore? N ay! A utum n m ust, ever be w iser than May— ' And the more we welcome the more you betray — O- v ag ran t Love, would you come this w ay? #iw \\lonnj| folhs Years ago, when the lumber business on the Aroostook River was in the height of its prosperity, there flourished a class of men who followed that calling the year round, working in the woods m winter, “on the drive” in the spring and - after a few weeks’ stay in the towns near the mouth of the...

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 — 2 April 1914

frBlt STURGEON\" BAY AbVQG^TB APRIL 2, 1914. ts*t E ntered In th e' Post-office ‘a t Sturgeon Bay,. Wis., as second-class ■matter. Published -E v ery-T h ursd ay ‘ at Sturgeon .«■ Bay. Wis. DUDLEY S.'LONG, Business Manager. Gturgcon Bay, Wis., April ,2, 1914. A press dispatch from' Madison says th a t Dr. Wiley, of pure food fame, has a 23-months-old boy who can speak Latin as well as English. We believe th a t and tan go him one better. Our boy could talk Chinese as well , as he could •'English, at the . ago of- throo months. W hat is supposed to be-.fchc greatest battle yet fpught in Mexico, has been going on the fore part of the week. The daily \\ press of Wednesday says th at Torreon has been captured by Gen. Villa, the rebel commander, and th a t 2,000 soldiers were killed in : the final assault. As soon as the army has . had a few days of much needed rest, it will proceed to Mexico City, the capital. . The fact, that a quartet of officehold­ ers : petitioned Gov.-, McGov...

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 — 2 April 1914

/ THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE ' - k E t A ^ 19U.I :A ' N ! ' - LOCAL ITEMS. Mothers’ Cnbi—The Mothers’ Club ■will meet With. Mrs. Frank Reynolds on Tuesday afternoon. ' ■*. Easter Vacation.—The public?\" schools will close on Monday for the regular spring vacation' of a week. ■ Advertised Lettet List.—The follow­ ing mail matter is held for delivery at the local post office: James Schneider, Mrs. W m.'M ikela, Clarence Garner, Frank Fairchild. In Justice^ Court —There was a jury trial in juBtice court Monday morning over a note held by Scofield Co.' against Paul Brown. The plaintiffs were award­ ed the verdict in the suit. ■ Will Hold Social.—The young people „of the Sunday schcol class of the Con­ gregational church will open the parlors of the church to the young people of the city for a social gathering on Fri­ day evening, April 3d, at 7:30 o’clock. All are invited to come. ■ Twins Born.—Abel Minor is the proud possessor of a pair of twins,' his wife jiving on Monday...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 April 1914

T H E VO ICES O F EA BT H . W e h a v e n o t h e a rd th e m u sic o f th e sp h e re s , ... - T h e s o n g of. s ta r to s ta r b u t th ere a re so u n d s ' . M o re deep th a n h u m an jo y o r h u m an tea rs, M h a t n a tu re u se s in h e r .com m on .. ro u n d s T h e fa ll o f s tre a m s, th e c ry o f w in d s th a t s tra in T h e oak, th e ro a rin g o t th e s e a ’s su rg e ,-p lig h t . O f th u n d e r b rea k in g a f a r off, o r ra in T h a t fa lls b y 'm ln u te s in th e su m m e r n ig h t. \\ T h e se a re th e voices o f e a rth ’s se c re t so u l, V ■ U tte rin g fh e m y ste ry fro m w h ich sh e ■V cam e X h im w ho h e a rs th em g rie f beyond co n tro l, , - O r'J o y in sc ru ta b le w ith o u t a n am e W a k e s In -h is -h e a rt th o u g h ts bu ried th ere , in p earled B e fo re t h e ■ b irth an d m ak in g o f th e w o rld .. detected ptecettam j. THE SMITHVILLE TIGERS. “Well, of all the things! - Jim Carrol, ie v you got home a ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 April 1914

' f T H B ST U R G E O N B /ljY a DVQCa TE, APRIL 2.1.1914. S O H O A N D SO R R O W . Deep in the poet’s-heart a song \" Sleeps and wakes with Bun and show’r Sick with daylight'seem s to die. In the midnight bears a flower Poets, untl you belong Sighs unheard that fall in song. -....... If the poet be not glad lie frames a song for grief Singing till the earth-born tears Fall, and give the heart relief. - Thus his pain shall sooth the sad, \"Weary spirits making glad. H e will wake, and waking weep By the sorrow-hunted bed, See Sandalphon’s ladder bright - Though his earthly hope be dead Poets thus shall ever keep \"Watch and ward for those who weep. TH E BABCOCK TESTER AND THE DAIRY FARMER. I t is a well established fact th at dairy ing offers one of the chief avenues to - success for the. average farmer. The chief reasons are as follows: 1. There is always an unlimited de­ mand for dairy products. 2.. Dairy products bring in cash re- -turns during every month of the year. 3 The ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 2 April 1914

L — ,.v THE STURGEON BAY -ADVOCATE APRIL.2, 1914. I haVe in stock a hill line of Blooming Plants for the E#$ter Tra«Je . which will be on exhibition and sale at the Cochems’ Building on ' Saturday April, 4th. You are invited to call and in­ spect the stock. Prices are reason­ able. I also handle Cut flowers fcr weddings, parties or funeralp. A trial order is solicited. We have a full line of good stock but, our supply is getting Ip w. a i i u s o x r b a t . Miss .Ella Larson of Gills Rock took h e r departure for Chicago tnis week. Rev/and Mrs. Juvi&nd were visitors at Bailors Ilarbpr the first part of the week. \\ Soren Jolmson and Albert Hanson made a business, trip to Baileys Harbor Tuesday Fred. Gename. isXhome for a. short visit with his parent^, Mr.' and-Mrs John Gename. Clnrence Nelson of Saywer spent sev- eral days' within the wehk1 in these parts on business. The surprise party a t Gcnamp’s was largely attended and all present\\ep o rt having had very ehjoyablq ,^ m...

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 — 9 April 1914

------------ ------------------- VOL. 53. NO. 2 STURGEON BAY, WIS., 1'H||B9DAY, APRIL 9.- 1914. ........• ' 4^ 1,50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS r H art Co. Appointments, E. C. H art, manager' of the H art Transp. Co., announces the following ap­ pointments on the boats of their fleet: Bon Ami—Captain, William Betts mate, Jacob Roulette chief \"engineer, Eli EEason assistant engineer, Frank Kimberj purser, Fred. Rieboldt. . Sailor Boy—Captain, Peter _-S. Rou­ lette mate, Jos. Redline chief engineer, \"Walter Duclon aasitant engineer, Noel, B urr purser, A rthur Fitchner. John” Webb o f .Green. Say will , assist In the office during the season of-navi­ gation. 9 | The Bon Ami left tbiB morning for Manitowoc, where she is to have some •work done on her boiler-by the electric welding process, I t was the intention to go to Milwaukee but the tug Southern Cross will, meef* her a t the Clipper City port. n r j u r o a b o u n d o h x c a q o . On account of the poor outlook in marine m atters ge...

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 — 9 April 1914

T H E ' STURGEON BAY ADVSftA^E, A PRIL 9, 19141 . I NSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF • *-■■-■■■ i ■■■■■: --■■■■- - , ' * O tto G olrko, 'h Mil\\v:iukei'T«iil sw itch­ m an, w as instantly killed in tlio Clu'st- . n u t stree t yards Friday morning when a switch engine ran over him. v Elmer, .4-venr-old son of Mr. and M s Em il h'elimeiehel. died a t Sheboygan aV th e result of burns indicted 'when' he overturned a pail of boiling w ater on him self. . The ITumilton and M arinette Lumber company received a contribution' ' to its conscience fund. An. employee who left th e company fifteen years ago w itho ut a suspicion of wrong doing sent .$11.00 • “th e return of money embezzled.” . A ll records for lodging a t the north side police station, a t La Crosse, were broken ‘F r id a y . night', .whqrb .fifty-two tra m p s were given shelter. They wore served w ith a breakfast of rolls and bologna a t a total cost to th e county of $2.60. H olstein breeders from four cou...

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 — 9 April 1914

. THE. STURGEON PAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 9, 1914. V O U T H A K D A O S . ' - I n su m m e r th e lu x u ria n t fo lia g e m ade O n w indow and^on ro o f a p le a s a n t sh a d e: B u t d a rk en ed h a lf th e sk y ’s e th e re al blue. A nd s h u t th e h o rizo n fro m m y lo n g in g view . I n a u tu m n , th o u g h th e treed a re s tr ip ­ ped a n d th in , T h e y le t th e su n a n d c h e e rfu l d a y lig h t in. T h ro u g h th e b a re b o u g h s th e h ea v en s a re sm ilin g cle a r, A n d d is ta n t v iew s, lo n g lo st, \" a g a in d ra w near, T o u th g lan c e s fro m th e sh ad o w ed w in ­ dow -pane, ’ A nd c o u n ts th e n e a re s t v iew sufficient g ain. A ge se es th ro u g h tim e 's f ra il w re c k s a n d c ru m b lin g b a rs T h e e te rn a l sp le n d o r th e s u n a n d th e s ta rs . ■ S elected 3Ui5crU imi BY E. S. L. THOMPSON. I t was A plain, massive-looking, old- fashioned silver door-plate bearing this inscription: J E R U S H A T R...

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 — 9 April 1914

sturgeon ffiav BOvocatc- TH E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 9, 1914. -.»t. PERSONALS E n tered in the P ost-olllce a t Sturgeon B ay, W is., as secon d-class m atter. ■Published E very-T h u rsd ay at. Slu :geon 7 - . ' Bay, .Wis. - , . -‘ KATES OF SU BSC RIPTIO N: One v c a r .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.60 fWix m on th s.........................................................76 t m on th s............... : ,60 T w o m on th s .......... ,v.v.j25 S in g le c o p ie s .. . . . . . . . - . 1 . . . . . .. .7 . 7 --,“6 Two dollurs w ill be charged if not paid w ith in the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., April 0, 1014. In th e election at M ilwaukee : M ayor B ading w as re-elected to th a t office over Seidel by over 8,000. This cont.est is a l­ w ays watched all over the c o u n try ,on account of th e fact that tw o term s ago, Seidel, a Socialist, was chosen for Mil­ w aukee’s chief executive. Petitions were sent ti^H he 'clerks'.of...

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 — 9 April 1914

■■.p. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, g, 1* 4. LOCAL ITEMS. Dorcas Society.—The Dorcaa Society will m eet w ith Mrs. Clyde M. Stephen: ' soti on Tuesday next April 14th. Advertised Letter L ist—The following mail matter Js-'held for delivery at the local post office: Joe La Fontaine, Ot­ to Peterson. . Easter BalL—Unit\" Lodge Knights of Pythias will, on Monday evening give the Easter Monday ball at Falks Hall, invitations for which have been issued. Episcopal Services— There w ill be Episcopal services held in .th e Odd Fel­ lows hall on Easter Sunday morning at 10 o’clock, Rev. Gates delivering the sermon. Easter Sunday.—On Sunday next falls Easter, on which occasion appropriate . services w ill be Judd in all the churches. Also, the “kids’* w ill eat all the egg3 they are allowed to. Shipping Ties.—The A. & vV.'railway company the first of , the week shipped teh carloads of tiesi-out of this city, which had been banked on the grounds of the company'during the past winter : a...

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 — 9 April 1914

' 1- fi-X THE' STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL . 9, 1914. t // iri t H O W S P R IN G CAME. A so u th -w in d blow a n d sfet tho snow a m eltin g - A nd bade the little, b rooks bogln to ru n F ro m ch a n g efu l sk ies s o ft A pril ra in s cam e p eltin g • And. w ore atvay tho w h itp .d rlfts, ovory one, • ■ A nd then*—o u t shone th e gold en A pril ■ . sun. . ■ T h e little brooks ra n fa st, w ith liq u id lau g h te r. . T h ro u g h Held an d f o re s t sp re a d in g th e g lad :w ord ■ Snoiv.-drops. w oke first, lie p a tic a cam a fte r ' / I t w as n o t lo n g b efo re th e ^ v io le ts • h e a rd ,. And th en —Viut sa n g a th a n k fu l littlo . b ird. So sw eet, it s e t th o ^w o o d lan d 's h e a rt n -th ro b b in g , And a ll th e m eadow s sm iled to blos- • s o r a tn g / T h e b ro o k ’S 'd au g h so ften ed to a . h ap p y sobbing. A nd.,evcry little , longing, liv in g th in g C rep t fo rth to round th e m ira cle of sp rin g . — M rs. Ja m e s A ...

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 — 9 April 1914

THE STURGEON. BAY aDVOCHTE, \\P R IL 9, 1914. JJavm (ftorslm and Some. N IQH T. C om e w ith ' th in e u n v e ile d w o rld s. O trfith o f n ig h t, , - Com e w ith th y calm . A dow n th e s h a l­ low day, W h o se sp ie n d o rs h id th e v a s te r w orld aw a y , - I w an d ered on th is little p lo t o f lig h t, A d re a m e r am o n g d re a m e rs. V eiled or b rig h t, ' - W h e th e r th e gold sh o w e r ro o fed mo o r th e g ray . I s tro v e a n d f re tte d a t life ’s fe v e ris h play, A nd d rea m e d u n til th e d rea m seem ed , infinite. . B u t now th e g a te w a y o f th e a ll u n b a rs T h e p a ssio n s an d th e c a re s th a t b e a t so s h rill, . T h e g ia n ts o f th is p e tty w orld, d is­ b an d On th e g re a t th re sh o ld o f th e n ig h t I s ta n d . O nce m o re a so u l s e lf-c o g n iz a n t a n d S till, A m o n g th e w h e e lin g m u ltitu d e o f s ta rs . creased, and inside of: two yeare the membership nearly doubled. Inci...

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 — 9 April 1914

T H E .STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 9, 1914. COUNTY SEVASTO^OX.. Mrs. ,1 ohii Busch of Vnlmy has been confined to her lionie and bed with an attack of stomach trouble. Among those reported on the sick list during the past week is Mrs. Fred. Goets, who is down with an attack of pneu­ monia • '' ■ We hnvc heretofore failed to mention the \"arrival-of' a baby girl at the home of .Tohn I’aul, which .happy event took place on March 27th. v The children' of John Moore have .been ill during the past week with the i prevailing sicknees, tho nothing fjanger- ous is apprehended. ■_ -- v . ’ ' The year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Qtto Voeks has been quite sick for the past w eekw ith'incasles, but a t the present time is on the road to recovery. Tho family of Louis Magle of White- .fish haT are nearly all down with the mumps and although it is nothing ser­ ious it ’is mighty disagreeable for those .affected. • : p . IJroogroan is the latest addition to the ranks of the autoists from thi...

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 — 16 April 1914

THE ADVOCATE IS THE. OFFICIAL P A P E R OF BOTH THE CITY AHD THE COUNTY. BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERE NEAT JOB WORK T H IS /' . VOL. 53. NO. 3 . STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, APRIL 16. 1914. MARINE NEWS r s O M U A n s n E , m i o h . ■ The fishing tug George D. Sanford had a -new boiler installed a t the shipyard the past winter. ■ The first arrival of the season a t this p o rt was the fishing tug Elizabeth G. of Sheboygan, Wis. • The steamer W otan left for Ferrya- jburg to have a new kettle installed, tak ­ ing her departure' last week, i . / / : The Northern Michigan T ransit': Gd. steamers. Missouri and Illinois went into commission on Tuesday, the 14th. - Tlie steamer Pere M arquette No. 8 left last week for the west shore to take th e run of the No. 7. The latter is bS- ing given an overhauling and painting here. , • Steamer No. 4 arrived here Friday noon for the purpose of going into dry dock' for repairs. Her place was taken by the No. 5 which left the same after­ n...

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 — 16 April 1914

m- I XHE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE APRIL 16, 1914 IMARINE NEWS COUNCIL HOLDS MEETING. [Continued from First Pnge.] South Chicago L. S. Crew Busy. The South Chicago, L. S. S. opened on March 16th with the following crew in charge: A. G. Morrison, captain J. A. Olander, No. 1 Seldons Olson, 2 Gustave A. Miller, 3 Gunner S. Sigurd- •on, 4 ^ Gouert Van Jontwick, 5 Richard Lysaght,-6 John Hanson, 7 Wm. West- berg, 8. Inasmuch as the first ■ four named . members of the crew are residents of Door- county it will be of especial in­ terest to an account of a couple of dar­ ing rescues that were performed by the . crew within the past week, 'which in­ formation is gleaned from a South Chi­ cago paper: “Two thrilling -rescues and eighteen boors of continuous work in high seas with their craft in imminent danger scores of times of being crushed to'piec­ es, marked the open:fig of the season for the South Chicago Life Savers. Five marooned men were rescued from the government • lighthouse pie...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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