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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 April 1914

T H E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, A PR IL 30 , 1914. yugitive*. T hey say our best Illusions soonest fly— Bright, many-tinted birds on rainbow wing, . . Adown the dim dawn-valleys vanishing Long ere our noon be w hite upon the sky: N ay, never so, in sooth: ourselves go by, Leaving the sun that shines, the birds that sing, ■\" . - The hazy, golden glamours of the spring, T he summer dawnlng's clear obscurity. O woven sorceries of sun and shade! 3 bare brown downs by grasslands glad and green! Beep, haunted woods, w ith shadows thick between ’ Young leaves, with every year, new­ born, remade F air are ye still, and fair have ever been— W hile we, ephemera, but fail and fade. jacketed iftiscetlamj. THE RED LIZARD. By a Reporter. The hanging of Ellis Craft, at Grayson, Carter County, Ky., on Friday, October 12, 1883, probably attracted m ote news­ paper men into the quiet little village than it had known before in the whole course of its natural life. His crime, and the various attem pt...

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 — 30 April 1914

' • / / / AAAAAA a THE STURGEON BAY ABVoCaTB, APRIL 30, 1914./ •â– *** Sturgeon ®a$ Hbvocate Entered in the Post-office at'Ktur-RCOn Bay. Wis., as second-clasSi jnwiwC - . j/ —A : * . : , :---------------■\" Published Every Thursday atVpturgson . pay. Wis. /-H://^/-*--, RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: 'One .year.................... .............v . . /'.’. $-1.6A Six months.\".. . . . . ' , . . . . . . . . ' i ' i . ' . .75? Pour m o n th s ... ..,......... ..... .50 Two months ............V.i.». .85’ Blngle copieB. ................ .' .05. Two dollars will be charged if.not paid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., April 30, 1914'. And by the way, where is Col. Roose­ velt t Is, it possible tn at he is'hunting in some South American jungle and does not know of the possible Mexican war?- PERSONALS : ' According to Mexican war news print­ ed in another part of this week’s paper plans have been made by envoys of South . American nations to adjust the dif...

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 — 30 April 1914

THE STURGEON I LOCAIL ITEMS. Advertised Letters.—tetterlj hddreaB- - ed to the following ire. fe ll for delivery a t the local postoffice: Harold Olson, Marie Simoq',' Miss Margaret Shelton.\" Celebrate Aimiverpaiyi—The members ofvthe local, lodge of Odd Fellowa’on Sunday celebrated the. 95th anniversary of: the founding: of the order at Balti­ more by attending the'M. E. church in a body to hear a sermon on the subject by Rev. L. E. Shanks. '• ■ Making . Improvements. — Frank I. ‘ Pleck - Has during' th e 'p a s t week had ' cement floors put in at his bottling , . works, as well as other work done in: '' this line. Frank has one of the finest bottling plants in this part of the state, everything being up-to-date. Fire Alarm.—An diarm of fireonTues- ' day evenig called out the fire depart- ment, but it proved to be a: false call. • A smoking/chimney in the residence oc i cupied by (George Hocks on upper Law- rqnCe. avenue caused the scare and the ’v ' 'depaitmeht was telephoned’...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 April 1914

THE STURGEON BAY a DVOCa TE, APRIL 30, 1914. \" -*• P A S S IN G A W A Y . *'We do a ll fa d e a s a leaf.\"— Isa. • O n th e s u n s e t skies, I t is w ritte n In fire. A nd c h an ted in sig h s By th e w ild w in d ’s choir On th e head of m an I t is w ritte n in g ray •• A nd N a tu re ’s w hole p lan W h isp ers, \" P a ssin g Away. - On th e autum n- w oods : Glows th e met'T-ige in gold, On th e b e a u tifu l b u d s As th e ir p e ta ls u n fo ld . And the , g ra v e y a rd m ounds . A re God’s le tte r s to d ay . T h u s he w rite s on th e ground, . . “ Thou a r t P a s s in g A w a y .\". Day fo llo w s th e ..ig n t W ith th e m essag e fo r m e,- A nd each y e a r in its flig h t ■' C h a n ts it so rro w in g ly , . T h e b e lls ru n g by death- ' \\ C him e th e sam e d rea ry lay s .And tell th o se beneath,- “Y e a re P a s s in g Away. In th e d e p th s o f m y h e a rt T h e B ad echoes say, ’’P re p a re to d ep art, T hou a r t p a ssin g aw ay:' A nd th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 April 1914

STURGEON BAY a DVOCa T R , APRIL 30,191*. Patient Waiting For Peace. United States Well Equipped to Police Fiery Republic. Mexican Ports --- Soldiers Long on Alert to Movo From Galveston — Facts About Kuorta and Moiico. FROM the day th a t It becam e ap« I p a re u t that, th e dream s and Ideals ■ of- FruiK'Lsco M adero could not ta k e th e place of the relentless m aterialism o f Porfirio D iaz It hourly becam e m ore evid en t th a t th e U nited S tates m ight be forced to stab u lary .properly equipped and back­ ed can do th e w ork, an d th e troops of th e U nited S tates can garrison th e cit­ ies. V V ' . I t is here th a t M ajor G eneral. W il­ liam H. C a rte r is expected1 to figure. F o r m onths h e h as had un d er him 10,- PRINCIPAL CAUSE OF THE TROUBLE llii *v‘ J I f S i t i i i i i i ftltt P ho to copyright, 1913, by '-Am erlcan P ress ^Association. VICTOR! ANO HUERTA. Interven e in M exico. T he first m utter- Ings la st .T une,'the m ore recent “preX, su ...

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 — 30 April 1914

THE STURGEON b a y ADVOCATE, APRIL 30, 1914. Tomorrow, FRIDAY, MAY 1st, brings to the public of Door County one of the most remarkable May Bargains that ever came to the people in point of values offered ROSENBERG’SBARGAINSTHESEOFSOMEONINGETTOFAILNOTDO 10 doz. Men’s Over Shirts, 50c value, at.................. 35c 10 doz. Boys’ Shirts, Light and Dark Colors, at . .. .19c • |Men’s Soft and Stiff Hats, Black or Brown, at. $1.00, Men’s Working Pants, $1.50 to $1.75 values, at 1.00 Men’s Dress Pants, $2.50 and $3.00 values, at . .. .1.95 Men’s' Working Sox, per Pair.. . . . ' . .-. Ac Men’s Dress Over Shirts, 75c and 50c values, May- .Bargains, ait. ...................................30,e - Boys ’ Knee Pants, 35c valuei at.................................. 23c Boys’ Knee Pants, (9c and 75c values, a t . . . . . . .45c 1 .25o AlL^-dh:'- . .$1.50 ...48c: ..$1.50 ..$1.25 ..$2.45 $1.95 Boys’ Blouses, Light and Dark colors, ht . ... Men’s Linen .Collars, to close out at each..... Men’s and B...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 April 1914

'■ W M THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 30^ 1914, Jam (Satdciv ami gtomt SA L T FO R T H E DAIRY COW. Few, men realize just how badly the dairy cow needs common salt. I t is a shame how Bome of the best animals are treated. Sa.li an essential needed by every, herbivorious ^.nimalfi but by the' dairy aninial most of all. Vet, how is she supplied? Ofttimes she receives stilt but ouce a month. However, the wise dairyman is careful to feed salt a t least once a. week. • Few of us really know what would happen if we did withhold this chemical from the dairy cow. We do know that every so often the cow in­ dicates, by- licking her mates or other wise her desire for salt. She is given some of the chemical and it is made to serve the purpose until she again indir cates a desire for the luxury. I t is a question with many, aB to the real need of salt by the cow. The pur­ pose it serves is scarcely known to one • man out of ten.. The cow is fed every ■ so often until her appetite is some...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 April 1914

THE. STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 30, 1914. -. S|TA iloring| Have A Look Into Our North Window. This week we are showing a line of Suitings and. .are ready to take your measure. and upward ior an a ll wool mado to ordar sir##. Every suit guaranteed. / upward i d L upward COUNTY NEWS BUUGnSASBOS. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Lemere of Jack* sonport spent, a few hours here Sunday on pleasure/ * - Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jacobson spent Monday at Stuigeon Bay on business -—tbined with pleasure., ' Among Sturgeon Bay callers here with­ in the week were 0. L.\" Nelson on. Friday and J, G. Ollinger on Thursday, both of whom were on business. '*/ A new steeple is being added to the Lutheran church, the work being fin charge of Frank Oldenberg. The new steeple will add greatly to the appear­ ance of the. edifice.- . - J \" Frank’ Knutli, representing the Saw­ yer. Implement Co., was a visitor here on business last Thursday. He was ac­ companied by Mr. Shay, a traveling man representing . the .Top Notc...

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 — 7 May 1914

VOL. 53 NO. 6 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1914. MARINE NEWS JESSE SPALDING RELEASED. Hunsader Pulls Big Steel Steamer Off After Lightering Part of her Cargo of Hard Coal. The big. steel steamer Je3se Spalding was released from Fisherman Shoal at 6 o’clock Saturday_ morning, after hav- iiig been stranded since the Tuesday , morning before. She owes her release to, the derrick scow Advance of the Leathern & Smith Towing & Wrecking Co. ■ ■ When the Hunsader went to the Spald­ ing last week Wednesday morning, she . found on, her arrival that the. stranded craft was in only eleven feet of water and it was impossible to get near Her. Word was sent from Washington Island to Green Bay to have the tug Taylor bring the scow Advance down from that port to' meet the Hunsader at this port. This was done and the boats met at the mouth of this bay Thursday morning, ■ the Advance being taken to the Spalding by 'tlie Hunsader. The light draft liglit-' ,- er was able -,to get ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY 7, 1914. Marine News {Continued Prom First Page] GENEBAI, KASXNB KOTEB. ' The steamer Bullalo stranded on Cedar reef, n,e«r Round Island, during the blow, last week, it being necessary to lighter her cargo before she could be released. « The steamer Griffin rammed the-Port­ age Lake draw bridge (Thursday morn­ ing, putting it 'out of commission and stopping traffic thru the lake for several ■ days. . ■ ' ■ Capt. Arthur Dow, \"the Yankee skip­ per,” made a record run from Ludington with the schooner Augustus Thursday. Capt. Dow, heading a storm, crossed the lake with the little craft in just six hours time. —Manitowoc Herald The steamer Eastland has been sold the Eastland Steamship Co. to the Chicago & St. Joseph Transportation Co., who will operate the boat on Lake Mi­ chigan again. For the past six years the Eastland has been running between Cleveland and Cedar Point on Lake Erie. While at Milwaukee Thursday the steamer Carolina of the ...

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 — 7 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY 7, 1914. ■block. Is given to all, aass of years and days ardent chisel swift Lngth or symmetry to ■bits to m eat s wall mand- the chisel lays, phe m irth In Lesbla’s Is in toys fantastical. Jo. with enchanted eyes llsions of fair shapes ■he shall immortalize, n’s perpetuity, him from the punc- fcometh wherein hone prom ises 2 STORY. come those children! Ksly to stay in the dtur 1 Haying them around when night comes as | have a little peace and impatiently, and a [her brow as the noisy I drew nearer. were all in bed, any- lolt, as the parlor door J three children—a girl I age, and two’ boys of pished in laughing gay- | t a noise!” exclaimed Mrs. Holts’ bachelor [ nervous young man, of Jars of age. “Lucy, do, bed at once. They’ll I send them off on my frs. Delwyn, a fair, gen- |in, who had arrived that I to Mrs. Holt.' [\"I like In’t mind . their noise in [forgot that I live with' I has seven.” to read aloud that lax/ fyiew,” said Mrs. Holt,' id wit...

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 — 7 May 1914

H By CHARLES E. VAN LOAN I THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY 7,1914 I I I - T H E LOOSENING UP • : OF H O G A N : : : From “ The Ten Thousand Dollar A rm and Other Tales o f the Biff League\" Coovrltfht. 1012, by Sm«U. M syn trd t* Company ,»* AND five better than you again!” g \\ “Handsome Harry”. McCarter. VjE^ki' Sometimes known- as the Day­ ton Adonis/sometimes as “'the Mississippi river gambler,” and at all times as the-best spitball pitcher with a second division* team, -leaned back agalnst'the cushions of the private car, \"bunched bis small straight and patted his nose' with it while he weighed the chances and -studied the frank,»open countenance of Bush Hawley, the youthful outfielder. The Ponies were on tour and the nightly poker game was Just beginning. The Ponies worked at professional baseball for a living, but the only na­ tional pastime they recognized was the ancient and honorable game of draw poker. ’As working men, they might finish in seventh place every little w...

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 — 7 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE MAY, 7, 19l4. A N IG H T SONG. D ost thou rem ember, D ear, th e ' day W e' m et in those bare woods of May? Each bud a secret unconfessed, Each sound a promise, in each a nest Young w ings' a-trem ble for the air? How we Joined hands?—not knowing w here The springs th a t touch set free Should find th eir sea Speechless, so sure we w ere to share The unknown good to be. T he woods are bare again. There are No secrets now—the bud’s a scar No promises*—this is the end! Ah! D earest, I have seen thee bend Above thy flowers as one who know The dying wood should bloom , anew. Come, le t us sleep. Perchance God's countenance. * • . Dike thine above thy flowers, smiles. The n igh t upon u s tw o.- £ c!tttfil Sftiscfltnity. THE PRICE OF A “ MERE When the Dutch were masters of the now somewhat populous island of Man­ hattan there lay embowered in the dense woods nearly opposite where the pretty, rural town of Astoria now stands, a quaint little French convent, oc...

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 — 7 May 1914

THE S1URGE0N , BAY ADVOCATE MAY ?, 1914. . Sturgeon JBai? Advocate S in tered in th e 'T’ost-ofllce a t S turgeon B ay ,. W is., a s second-class m atter. P u b lish e d E v e ry T hu rsd ay , a t 'S tu rg e o n Bay, W is. R A T E S OF SU BSC RIPTIO N : O n e y e a r • ...................• ’ 1' **1:29 81* m o n th s...................... • -iS F o u r in o n th s . -------- • • • * • • • • • ••• • • .T w o m o n th s . ------------------------------------05 Bl^ o d e a r s ' Will be c h arg ed i f n o t paid w ith in the year. : -4k ' - DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. /Sturgeon Bay, Wis., /Mriy 7, 1914. ? It is reported from Two Rivers that ■ a serai-ivcckly paper,' Democratic in \" politics will be launched within a Bhort time. It may be that the paper will develop into a daily within a Bliort time. Two Rivers has been having-a growth, probably second to none of any city in the state and is \"ripe” for a modern up-to-date* paper. , John FI Jelke, millionaire manufac- • turer.yo...

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 — 7 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATEM AY, 7. 1914. LOCAL ITEMS. Mothers’ Club Meets-r-The Mothers’ Club was ■ entertained ' a t the home of Mrs. Jacob Dehos on Tuesday afternoon. The Weather.—This region w as visit­ ed by a couple heavy rains during the ■ past week. The w eather. on the whole has been bright and warm, and the grass has come forward rapidly. Tinder the -Knife.—Mrs. Smejkal on Friday was taken to the hospital where she.- was operated upon for the removal . Of an abscess, the operation being of a delicate nature. She w ill be under the care of a physician for several weeks. Ladiesi Aid.—The Moravian Ladies Aid w ill be entertained at the church par- lors j inext,. Wednesday afternoon and . evening by Mesdames Alex. Johnson and E. C. Hutto and all are invited to sup- Per- . Light .Arch Lights.—The “W hite w ay” . was illuminated for the first tim e, since January 1st last evenig, enough signa- , tures having. been obtained to warrant • . the .lights beings, operated during th...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 May 1914

m S i T H E S T U R G E O N B A Y A D V O C A T E 'M A Y 7, 1914. T H E N E W “ W IS C O N S IN W A T .” m SI . ’T w n s y e a r s a g o w h e n th e s t a t e w a s y o u n g , , , ' A n d p r a is e o f i t s g r e a t n e s s . h a d n o t b e e n s u n g T o th e w o r ld a t l a r g e in s o n g a n d v e r s e ’T w u s y e a r s a g o w h e n w ith m a n y tr ic k s ' T h e r e w a s a b u n c h p la y e d p o litie s , ' T h e y w o r k e d a l l th e s c h e m e s a t t h e i r c o m m a n d , ■ • A n d th e y r a n th e s t a t e to b e a t th e b a n d , S o e v e ry o n e t h o u g h t v T h e n th e r e r o s e a m a n o f m ig h ty , m e in , W h o p o m p e d his\" h a i r s o i t m ig h t b e ■ .seen. v ,, . H e s u r e w a s a s c r a p p y l i t t l e c u s s , • A n d h e lik e d to a r g u e a n d w r e s t le a n d . f u s s ,' . . . . 7 . ■ H e o r a te d a n d fu s s e d , th is m a n o f m e in T i l l b e b u s te d up\" th e \".Old M a c h in e .\" W a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 May 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE 1 MAY 7, :l914i javm ( te to and 3§rmc. s m t ZH THE SFBXNQ. L ight foot and tig h t foot And green grass: spread: E arly in the m orning— B u t hope is on ahead. S tout foot and proud foot And gray d u st spread: E arly in the evening,\" And hope lies dead. , : ' : ' , V' ■' « Long life and, sh o rt life— v the la st word said— E arly in th e evening, There lies the bed. . ., // B rief day and b rig h t day • And sunset red, . ' E arly in the evenlg The s ta rs are overhead —R obert Louis Stevenson. SELECT SOUND POTATOES FOR THE SPRING PLANTING. ' Large yields of sound marketable po­ tatoes can be produced only by planting clean seed stock. Through careless meth­ ods of \"planting, some of the older fields in southern Wisconsin have become in­ fested with scab or other disease organ­ ises, but with due precaution the thous­ ands of acres of newly developed potato land may be kept free from infection. /W hen1 sorting over seed potatoes pre­ parato...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 7 May 1914

um:. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE-MAY 7, 1914. 1 don't £et many Ralstons” Because of t h e i r d o w n r i g h t s t u b - bornessin refusing to w e a r out,'.Ralstons give every man / ‘value received/' Altho decidedly aristo-1 c r a t i c in appearance, Ralstons are really econ­ omical shoes to wear. Their “up keep” is small. , They make friends of every one cxc ept the cobblers. Our personal guarantee of satisfaction goes with every pair. Fall styles. $4.00 to $6.00. m iM joi* a U iiim ii ii ii i i i m i i u i i i m i i i i i i i i n i i i i i m n n . i i i „ i i . i . i . i n , „ i „ , i „ » i i „ i i i „ i i i i i g Fred Gehamc and Frank Prtersdn have taken their departure for Chicago after spending th e p a s t month with Mr. and Mrs. John Genanie. , . /Joseph. N. Peterson went ' Sturgeon. Buy Tuesday for a-business trip. • Mr, and Mrs. Ed. Evcnson and family autoed to Sturgeon Bay Sunday on. a little pleasure jaunt. The young people of Ellison Bay wish to inform those interest...

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 — 14 May 1914

BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERS NEAT JOB WORK THIS OFFICE VOL. 53 NO. 7 STURGEON BAY, WIS-, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1914. ^ ^ .^0 A YEAR MARINE NEWS W . IT E M S 0 7 EOCAI, IE T E B E S T . Grant Minor is filling the berth of m ate on the tug Torrent. ' The tug Hunsader on Friday left -with The stone laden vicow Advance for Racine. jThe schooner Mary Ellen Cook passed Thru the bay yesterday, afternoon on hei jip ox tne : season, being bounf north in light trim .. : •/-'■s- Among’ the passages thru the bay on Friday were the Aztec and consort M. F. Mason, this beihg their firat appear ance in these waters: for the season, The steamer Addie ijfade dischargeu «. p a rt of a cargo o f/sa lt here for local merchants Mondayf and after coaling up Tuesdy .left for^ a northern peninsula, p ort to load/^ ^ j ' Engineer George Baker and ! Ernie Ba­ ker left, for G reenBay Monday morning to .ship as . chief and assistant on the stu m e r Albert Soper, ..which went into - commission this week. ' / ]...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 14 May 1914

A'\"1 \" s - $p-. yv -l '- \"i' ‘ THE STUBGEON BAY ’ APVOCAXE MAY 1 4 ,1M4, MENDEL BEILIS CLEARED OF RIT* UAL MURDER. : New York, May 9.—The- secret of the Beilis, ease, which lms'kept Russia in a furor for three years, and focused the attention of the' world on Kiev, has been ferreted' out by the famous “Sherlock ‘ Holmes of Russia.’’ x . Nicholas Krasovsky, the detective who ran it down, has just returned to Russia 'with affidavits that not only establish the innocence of M endel Beilis beyond oavil, but fix the crime of killing Andrew Yuschinsky upon the real murderers!’ Krnsovsky has absolutely established the fact that it was Vera Cheberiak, queen o f,« criminal gang in Kiev, who killed young Yuschinsky, assisted oy her brother, .Peter Singayevsky, and two other members of her band, Boris Rudjn* sky arid Ivan Lntishev. •More important than that, lie has u n ­ veiled them ystery that has battled every investigator—the motive for the killing. These authoritative statements are ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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