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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 29 October 1914

$xtm teden and game. DAIRYING IN DOOR CO. Expert Claims First Class Dairy Meth­ ods Would Quadruple. Product in This County—Cheese Factories Enough But Insufficient COWS. - E. L. Aderhold*. Inasmuch as Door county ha.s a fer­ tile ■ soil, an abundant rainfall, .pure water and a comparatively cool climate, there is no.reasoh' why she cannot eco­ nomically: produce milk and cheese and butter of the finest quality. The population of this county has been, and is, rapidly increasing and with it the demand for dairy products. For the past twenty or thirty years the in­ crease in the cow population has not equaled that increase in demand and \"at the present time the number of cows we have in this county as compared with the human population is lower ■than it has been for many years, there-* fore, there has. been somewhat of a shortage in dairy products. For several and valid reasons it appears improbable that the supply will catch up to the de­ mand, consequently, it is- safe to ...

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 — 29 October 1914

THE STPRGEOW BAY ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 29. 1914. COUNTY NEWS /\\ BAILEYS HARBOfc. A. A. Minor of Sturgeon Bay was .in ■. town Tuesday. 'A .baby girl arrived at the Win. Sch- •\"V roeder home the former part of last Week. t .'4 :Vv..,f.Mrs^L: D. Hums spent Wcncaday anil Thursday of last week at Sturgeon Bay, \" -on Irasifiwis.- * : v ^ Miss Maime Curry of Sturgeon Bay visited at Evergreen camp, the latter part of last week. .Miss’ Lou Me Neely of Sturgeon Bajr arrived the former part of the week and is ( visiting friends. • ■ , ' Miss Mary La Fontaine, of EggHar- bor, was the guest of Mrs. Carl 'Pnue^. ter a few days last weok. A. B. Minor and Henry Fetzer were in town Sunday. They being in this vi- , tsinity on a hunting- expedition. Mrs. Jens. Jensen is on the sick list 'a t present. Her inanyiriends will be glad to hear of a speedy' recovery. Be sure and attend the Hallowe’en party given by the. B. H. C. C.” at the ' v. Town Hall Saturday evening, Oct.! 31. . ' Mrs.-Mike Collins e...

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 — 5 November 1914

VOL. 53 NO. 32 STURGEON BAY, WIS.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. f MARINE NEWS General Marine Notes -C a p t. Merne Webb 55, of tlie fisli tug Stephen Chase, owned'and operated by the Fairport Fishing company, dropped dead of heart, failure .while working on nets ajt the fish docks, in Ashtabula ■Capt. Webb seemed to be in good health a. few moments before he died. He spent .the morning on the tug fishing. ... Aside from Capt. John G. Berry, Lieut. William Shea and Lieut.’John L B ryan,/other officers will soon be trans f erred' from the ‘ revenue cutter Tusca roraV according to information. \"Lieut. S.‘ B. Orne . will .go to the Seminole, sta­ tioned a t Wilthingtjjn, N. C., and Lieut. 13. C. A nstett, to the cutter Androscog- •gin ,. a t ■ Portland, Me. . -Few,..if any, barbors on the Great Lakes' will: be better protected th a t th at •at M arquette when there is completed : a work for which the government has recently awarded a contract. The con- . crete breakwater, 3,000 fee...

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 — 5 November 1914

- \\H E ' STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 5,1914. Sturgeon Bas Hfcvocate ' Published E very T hursday a t Sturgeon Bay. v*is. ■ntered In the Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as second-class m atter. , KATES O F. SUBSCRIPTION: One year.................................$1.60 ■ix m o n th s . ......................... 75. r*ur m onths ............ .50 Tw» m onths............................ .26 ■Ingle C opies. .......... '•-... .05 Two dollars w ill be charged If not paid w tthln the year. ■ DUDLEY S. LONG/ Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., November 5, 1914 EDITORIAL Now that the battle, o f the ballots is over let us get dojvn . to business and all put our shoulders to the wheel and again push, pull and boost for. Sturgeon Bay and Door county—first, last and all the time,' We have “got the goods ” all we want is to let the outsie world know it. ■ . v Thursday,.. November 2 6 ,: has been designated by the president and gov­ ernor as Thanksgiving Day. Truly, the ’ peop...

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 — 5 November 1914

THE STURGEON -BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER *,1914. I Lu'^’^L^-Yr'iA-'-\"'-v’':'.-.-,v.v* £^v«/ ', y‘L.-rV 'sy^‘S*y-'l- « Z dMYBMk fjj# JVZJV7ZXJ%WE4M KISH CRUISER. GOEBEM -2 .ADRIATIC AMD BLACK WAR DISTRICT.-©. EHYER BEY. TURKISH MINISTER OF WAR ^ '\"Is r\" */*■' ? S' \"y ^ '•â–  'f f VS ' !i® i * *K M r NV ' jOs&S* • TURKISH CAVAtRYpONs ^fea,i^ ^ R O I-^ ^ ^^^^^TyR K ISH ^H FA N TR Y , — i x-i&ASS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE M erchants Exchange B a n k B u ild in g STURGEON B A Y , W I8 : f !/fth ,?v-v sSrl$sS « i# g § i STRONG AGAINST CATHOLICS Commander In Chief of the Turkish Army. Carranza Declines to Lay Down Office and Troops Prepare for Clash— New ^President Claimed by Both Fac­ tions, but Tenure Is Only Twenty Caye. —'y- .'V -..' fv-- Torreon, Mexico, Nov. 4.—Carranza has been deposed by the Aguas Ca- lieules peace conference. General E ulalio G utierrez has been proclaimed provisional president. Carranza has re fille d to yield, to GnttierreZ unless Generals V il...

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 — 5 November 1914

1HB STTOGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER S, 1914. It Was Us Bridal J \" v / -* v .J - 7 . ' -• t\" F r l r 1 \"I liad supposed/’ said Howard Allen -to his sweetheart, Nellie Martin, “that 'm y election to the legislature would give me favor in your father’s eyes, and .perhaps remove any objections lie might have to our marriage.” “On the contrary, Howard, it has strengthened the .objections you speak of. Your affiliation with the Demo­ cratic party has increased, his prejudices against you.\" “How can that be? He surely cannot expect every. man to think politically as he does.” .... “I don’t know much about ouch mat­ ters,” Said Nellie,- “but-I-'do know that / ■ lie things a Democrat .cannot be a good man.” .“Indeed?” “Yes, and I hm:xafraid lie will never give 'his consent to our, marriage.\" “H e: cannot hold ■' out /forever/' and , when he realizes th a t. you -cijnhot . happy except as my. wife he Avill surely . consent.” “You do' not understand him,” said Nellie. It is because ...

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 — 5 November 1914

1HE STUHGE0N BAY ADVQCATfi. NOVEMBER S, 1914. M llii There happened to be only four bed- Tooms in the house the best, of course, wgs occupied, by Miss'Madonna, the sec' end by Mr. Plumplee, the third by Mr. Beagle,, and the fourth by the-servant. But that in^vliich Mr. Beagle slept was a Sopble-hedded room, and Valentine had, therefore, to make his selection be­ tween the-spare bed and,the sofa. Of course the former- was preferred, and, as the preference seemed highly satis­ factory to Mr.. Beagle himself, they ‘passed the evening very quietly togeth­ er, and in due time retired. ( Valentine, on having his bed pointed •: -out to him, darted between the sheets in the jjpace of a minute, for, as Mr, J nas Beagle facetiously observed, he’d hut to shake himself and everything came off when, as he did not by any means feel drowsy at the time, he fan- -cied that he might as well amuse his companion for aii hour or so as not, H e therefore, turned the thing in his mind- while Mr. Beagle...

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 — 5 November 1914

THE STURGEON\" BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 5, .1314. , * - r . \"’1 !.* 1 PERSQNALS j Mrs. Jacob Saalcr took.her departure Friday for her old homo ih Vinton/iowaV to Spend a few weeks.' The ’ Dorcas society will meet 'with \"Mrs. Clyde .Stephenson Tuesday even- - ing, 2fov. 10. - • A. J. Gordon spent the past week at his Cottage at North Bay, being on a hunting expedition. ’ George Simon on Wednesday took his departure for Michigan,, where he expects to find employment. Tom Garland returned to Ncenah pn Friday, after spending a couple of weeks’ vacation a t his old home. Dr. E. IT. Robb returned home the latter p art of the week after an absence In Chicago of a week Or more. Miss Ertffna Lemere went to Two ! Rivers on Thursday to spend a few days ■ visiting, returning home on Monday. Mrs, K raft of Muscatine. Towa, who ' has been stopping a t the Waldo for the past month, returned to her home Tries day.----- Attorney C B. Drcutter, of hfllwa i kec, lias been visiting relatives here for...

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 — 5 November 1914

■ v \\ ^ ’ L ' f 1 , f ’t.1? / ' ' r ' (' ' ^ f ' .* ' 1 \\ '**' W f e J ’\" £ » t — 1-------'\"' \" tH E STURGEON BAY iADVCMJATE. NOVEMBER S', 1914. I LOCAL ITEMS. Marriage Licenses.—Only\" one mar­ riage license was issued during the week - being [that of Otto Wolzien and Miss Leona Both, both of Egg Harbor. Street W ork. Finished.-—Street -work in tKe city was practically finished with-- in the week, the crew having been laid . off except a couple of men doing odid jobs.: \" Improves Premises.—The premises of H. C. Birmingham was greatly im­ proved within the week by the installa-* tion Of a new store front, the old' one having been replaced by an entire change. Board of Education Meet— A regular meeting Of, the board of education was held bn Monday evening at which the regular routine of business was trans­ acted, there being nothing o f importance before the members. Married.—Edward Resler and. Miss’ Lillian-Anderson were on Wednesday evening of-last week, November 28, m...

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 — 5 November 1914

SP' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER S, 1914. Wc had boon sailing sixty-four days, a longer time than it usually takes to come from Rio Janeiro to any-port of Franco. How gladly we hailed the end­ ing of the voyage and our near npproacli : to land!' Thus far, until today, noth­ ing had appeared in sight, and when the welcome sound of “land ahead!” fell upon our ears, with one. bound, and moved, as it were, by an electric cur­ rent,' every passenger in the ship, for­ getting his occupation, stood' upon the deck to greet mother earth ngain. Only they can tell who have looked on sea and sky until the days became weeks and months how good it is to meet the land, and in the meeting leave behind the monotony tliat in long sea voyages falls down upon the ship like a pall. Wte entered the harbor'of Horta, chief city of Fayal, one of the Azores. No time was lost in getting ashore. -Every- \" one sought out his best suit. From the hold of the ship great trunks were yielded up, and silk...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 November 1914

NOVEMBER 5, 1914. fiw m & » * te and gom e. b u s in e s s d ir ec to r y FALL CARE OF DAIRY C0WS. Cranberry Jell*. One quart cranberries, one pint water, one pirtt sugar boil and then strain into jelly tumblers. Molding it in, this' way dainty form, for serving. Phone 5S. Creamed Oysters Clean one pint of oysters, parboil in lower pan, strain, add half a cup of to liquor. Melt in the other pan on£ rounded tablespoon butter, stir in k m i Bajv\"8turgeonBay^Wl». Awirnxs, Their mother had just pointed out to them the of saving their pennies— . There’s a moral for every talk. Don’t you think sot BAY. AND DIRECTORS. A. B. MINOR, Cashier. I J. H. STEWART, Ass’t Cashier UGH EDW. REYNOLDS J. KEITH, Mgr, Sawyer Branch. H + f l H I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I I I I F. D. Crandall, November is the crucial test of good dairying. Any one observing the kets for dairy products at this of the year knows well enough that prices advance by reason of shrinkage^ With most farmers it is matter to ge a big f...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 5 November 1914

h V f v - t h e N 0 ^ M S E fe$ ^ 9 W . COUNTY DEATH TAKES TWO ELLISON BAY RESIDENTS Mrs. Sam. Hanson Passes Away. ELLISON BAY, Nov. 2.—This com- mipiity was greatly shocked and grieved to hear of the death on Friday. morning last of Mrs. Sam. Hanson, which snd event took place at the People’s hospital at the county seait. . The death^of. Mrs. Hanson was entirely unexpected, coming like a bolt from a clear, sky. She had been operated upon for* appendicitis n couple of weeks be­ fore, and was apparently getting along nicely, plans having been perfected^for bringing her home.on Friday or ^Satur­ day— Thursday she was in th e'b est of spirits and there w as no indication that sh.c was near death. Suddenly Friday • morning she succumbed. The cause for her sudden d e a tly ir given as a blood vesgol burstingdn the head. The remains were brought here F ri­ day afternoon, the. funeral taking place from the Lutheran church on Sunday,. ‘ ReyTFjlsdegaard, officiating. . Sirs. Hanson was bo...

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 — 12 November 1914

BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK c • / HERS : NEAT ' jo b w o r k OFFICE VOL. 53 NO. 33 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1914. $1.50 A YEAR MARINE NEWS »■ Schooner Resumption Wrecked. The schooner Resumption went ashore on Plum Island, Deaths Door passage a t an early hour Saturday morning, and all efforts to effect her .release have proved futile. The Resumption was bound from Chicago to Wells, Mich., in light trim, w ith a| heavy gale blowing from the southwest. On, reaching the Door she attem pted to come about-when abreast of Plum Island, but missed stays and before the anchor could be lowered she had been carried up on the beach by the wind and waves. A message was sent- here for a tug and the Torrent, Co.pt. Al. Anderson, responded, leaving for the scene of the stranding shortly before noon of the same day. Word w a s also telephoned to the owners at Wells arid the steamer I. Wiatson Stephenson, Capt. Louis Stralmn, was also dispatched to the as sistance of. the stranoed ...

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 — 12 November 1914

Sturgeon Bap aovocate Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Bay, vTs. ■ntered In the. Post-office a t Sturgeon Bay., Wis.. a s second-class m atter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: O n e ' y e a r.. ..*............ .$1.50 BIX m onths . . , ........... .76 Four .m o nth s.. . - . ............ .60 T f f t m onths.............. .25 Single C opies.. . . . . . . ___ . . . . . . . . .06 Two dollars Will be charged If h o t paid Within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. EDITORIAL Republicanism has awakened and again , become united. Exit any possi , hie chance for a Democratic victory in this state. _____ _ War ■ on Turkey. It was an appro priate month to say the least.. Even America lias declared war on turkey, the .date of annihilation ' being set for November 20. The war germ is spreading, and it looks as though none of the nations of Europe would escape being drawn into the controversy. Let us hope that the distance America iB from the scenes of conflict will prevent her from con­ ...

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 — 12 November 1914

THE STURGEON , BAY, ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 12, 1914.. ' ' -■-: . , ’• a i l f STATE NEWS IN BRIEF. ] \" John Worachek, a W est Kewaunee -farmer, last -week suffered the loss of a large bam filled w ith hay, three head ■of cattle a n d 'a binder by fire. The loss Is. about $3,500, with small insurance. John. Benson, an electrician for the Milwaukee Electric Railway an'd Light company, was instantly killed when he touched a high tension wire on one of the company’s steel towers at Wauke­ sha) beach. He fell 40 feet. ' • As the result of drinking carbolic ■acid served'in place of ginger ale,-an ^unidentified man Hob dead in .the morgue a( Kilbourn, - and two other members of- the party, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bressct, are in a critical condi- - tion a t the Kilbourn hospital. It is claimed the poison was served by a druggist through an error in labeling bottles. An inquest will be held. ’ Mrs, Elizabeth Carney, one of the pioneer' residents of M arinette, died at -the home, of her daugh...

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 — 12 November 1914

, STURGEON BAY NOVEMBER 12, » „ / [COUNTY NEWS ’ HERE ARE THE FIRMS WHO'GIVE TRADING STAMPS. A. HUXFORD ......! .. Meat Market - V - t e ' DETROIT LarstjAnder.4on, who.submitted to an operation some time = ago,' is getting along .nicely at present. Ole Osmulidsen of South Dakota is visiting liis brother Nels- and ' many in this place , for a brief period. The new telephone central is about ready now, and wilb be occupied .this week. Misses Mae Ottoscn and Lena Einarson will be the hello girls . An charge. There seems to be a- hew method' of razing mail posts here lately, i. e. by auto power. But there is iai question whether it is an economical way, as lamps and wind-aliields get in the way and are apt to he broken. The ’ Plum Island life-savers have been doing efficient work the, past,, sev eral days, rendering aid to the strand ed .sdhobncr Resumption. Particulars of tlie accident will he found under\" the maripe h ending on another, page. . Mr.. and Mrs. Geo. Lycke celebrated th...

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 — 12 November 1914

-T H E STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 12 1914 ' — 1 ■— — ---------------- •*:!■. :.iU'!l i i i . | LOCAL ITEMS, - -Study Club.—There will be no regu­ lar'm eeting of the- Study . club next Monday evening on account of the lect­ ure in the high school. . Fine ,Weather.—The weather for the past week has been exceptionally fine for this 'tim e .of the year, being fair and mild.. While the wind haB been mostly from the'north' it h as'n o t been uncomfortable J n the least., ............ , r K. P. Dance. — Unit .Lodge 144, Knights .of Pythias, will give a dance on November. 25 a t Falk’s hall, prepa­ rations for which ' are being made. •Members of the lodge’ will be pleased to sell a . ticket to any one who wishes to attend.\" Thanksgiving Union Service. — Thanksgiving Day - will come . on Thurs­ day, Nov. ,26. According to custom the churches will hold a union Thanksgiv­ ing service a t 10:30 a. m. in the Con- regagtional church. Rev. E. F. Hei­ nrich will preach.' Advertised ...

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 — 12 November 1914

• THE STURGEON Ba V ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 12, 1914. • • Limestone Gap. “ Hollo Old Cyclone, wliat’s tlio mat- • tor now ?”' - “M atter ? Ef. yer want ter keep ther h'a’r on yer hoards ye'd better stop that ere squnllin th a rtah’ saddle tip ’- . - “Injuns?\" “ Yer bet,- thideer’n grasshoppers in - Kansas, sand burrs in Texa, sage brush ' in Dakota, an’ liars in Denver.” “Boys, Old' Cy don’t talk fur nutliin. Better be saddlin1 up an prepa’r ter ,ryn or fight, an’ may . bo both.” “Tliet’a- jest the siztv o’ it.” growled the rough-visnged • frontiersman known \" as Old- Cyclone,, drawing inr Jus ..panting ■'steed, and casting furifive' glances down the valley, in the direction he had come. The scenery about the little camp w as wild and 'picturesque in ' the extreme. Rugged mountains, some barren and others dotted. 'kith vendure to tlieir Very ' summits, rose cm every ^liand. Below them was a, lovely valley .with a stream Ivlike a thi-ead of silver winding through it. j The camp itself...

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 — 12 November 1914

THESTURGEOIf BAY ADVQCAXE, President Leonard Makes lm- FRESH MEAT IS SHIPPED IN f t , Packers Declare There Will Be No Advance In Meat Prices—Thirteen States. Quarantined — Yards Are Cleaned of All Stock—Biooded Stock Will Be Saved. Chicago, Nov. l l .—-Heavy importa­ tions of dressed beet to maintain the fresh m eat supply of Chicago and. the announcement that the stockyards probably ■will- be reopened Thursday morning featured the cattle quaranv tine situation. Packers repeat that there w ill be no advance in the price of meat. 7 . Bugbears th^t have loom ed/tip a s . possibilities within the last few days become more shadowy with the an­ nouncem ent by A. G. Leonard, presi­ dent of the Union Stojjkyar.ds and Transit company, th a ^ th e work of disinfecting and cleaning probably w i l l b e completed' this afternoon and that if tl/e requisite per­ m ission is given by the state live stock com mission the yards w ill re­ open to receive cattle for slaughter Thursday morning...

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 — 12 November 1914

THE STPRGEQW BAY ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 12, 1 9 1 4 .. EMOEN IS SUNK Sea Terror Burned to Water’s , Edge-ByOritisli Cruiser. JULIES PENETRATE TO flSTEBD Fierce A ttack by Teutons Near Yprea .Being..- R esisted ' Successfully— Five v^ v Allies' Slgit TSeclaratloir of W ar on Turkey— Russ Army Beats Turks' In All-Day Battle. R epulse o f the German advance in the region of. Bixschoote, Y pres and A rm entieres w as announced In. the official communique. It w as declared __A hat fighting continues With un- 'ab ated violence betw een ^Arm en- ticres and tlj£ sea, both sia escla sh - • ing in offensive m ovem ents. T h e German cruiser Koenighberg has been chased into port at, Marfia Is­ land, on the coast o f German Hast ’ Africa, by th e British warship Chat­ ham and bottled up by the blocking : of th e channel t o the harbor. B erlin reports that th e Russians, in - an attem pt to break into East Prus- by th e old route south of Wirbalien, ' w ere driven back across the border by Gener...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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