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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Mason City, Iowa                                Anything lost or found will be returned to owner through GG Want Ad REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS NOT Y ESTERDAYS VOL XVIII MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24 1910 THE WEATHER S i Generally fair tonight and J Thursday slightly cooler in J southeast J f NO 46 IfllDARK S Fireside Be Peaceful and Your Hearth the Scene of a Bountiful Repast Contest Becomes Exciting as Votes Vile Counts so Dont Waste One Minutes Work and Success Will Follow j Reports Prom Torreon Are to The Effect That Government Con trols The City REVOLUTIONISTS LACK ORGANIZATION LEADERS Candidates who do not thorough ly understand the anJ excellency the prizesgiven in few weeks but one which from an investment surpassed standpoint be This prize will reprf The GlobeGazettes Big Popular sent to the a fine piece of Voting Content are requested to call up the Contest Manager by phone or come in person and have full par ticulars explained We are glad to giveany explanation or assistance that may be desired City subscribers in ad vance will receive their paper by carrier boy as usual and the car rier will receive his deliv erihg it from the The car rierboys lose nothing In fact they are benefited by the arrangement for they are saved the trouble of having to collect each Saturday emphasis cannot be made and Be of the vital need of energetic enthusiastic work this week enthusiastic about your canvass arid you will carry your friends off their Thats what the candi dates are doing and subscriptions are growing as plentiful as fall leaves This is the week to secure the subscriptions Thisis the week that This is the day This hour To be exact this isthe minute to start right out and put in writin the spoken and unspoken promises of your friends Some and Donts Dont imagine that all the votes have been voted thinyou are beaten iintil you your friends encourage you with words Dont overlook anyone in the lor subscriptions Dpriitbe satisfied with one year it you get two Dont think Of anything hut get ting votes Let the otner contest ants do the worrying Dont Relieve all yon are told about your vivals nobody knows Do Work Make your friends work Ask the Contest Manager for all information Look up your promises and nail them to the mast Keep your fighting spirit and let the vote take careof itself The interest being shown in our ovite Big Popular Voting Contest is cer tainly running high Many enthtis nlastic candidates have fjurned iin thousands of votes and many thous ands are pouring into the office daily It is only necessary to spend at the GlobeGazette office to convinced that our present contest to take the territory into which the Gazette goes by storm Many candidates have already found what an easy matter it is votes and are go ing into the race to win one of the Igranjl Iprizes offered with vim a sensation Our present contest bids fair to outrival any affair of this kind ever be conducted in this state Why vshouldnt it iwheu you consider the magnificence of the prizes offer ed and prizes which arewell worth the earnest effort of any ambitious While many candidates are work ing and making rapid strides in vote Setting none have sufficient lead to insure her a first grand prize winner AH as yet have an equal chance no oiie candidate has been chosen as the favorite The of getting some thing for nothing is truly a myth but it is riota myth when it comes to comes to getting something free That means without paying money for it Every candidatein this con test has the same chance to get a prize for her efforts IhsPrizes The First Grand choice Building Lot in East Park Addition Thisis truly a prize Which is well worth the taking XThink of this full sized building lot beautifully located in East Park Ad dition city Thig is aprize which means not only a handsome reward efforts in the next real estate which in a few months can be disposed of at a very large increase over the present valuation As a home site this prize is one that cannot lie excelled The Seconi Grand 930 Buick Touring Automobile Who is there who does not want anauto mobile and think of beingawarded this handsome five passenger 22 horse power automobile fully equip ped Where else can you gain so much for such a small amount of effort on your part Surely this prwe is one that cannot help but be ap preciated by the winner a prize which holds in store many happy carefree hours This prize Will be enjoyed treasured both by the fortunate winner and her friends The Third Grand A High Grade Upright Grand Piano This is an opportunity for some hustling candidate to secure a real ly good highgrade piano for a little effort on herpart for a few fast fleeting weeks Is there any one other prize which will be more ap Ipreciated in lany home than ItMs beautiful sweet toned and ar tistically constructed instrument This is a piano which is fully war ranted by the makers and carries With it the guarantee of the best work of experts in the line of piano This which is sure to bring many thous and votesinto the Gazette office and any candidate can Justly feel that she has indeed been fortunate to capture sich an elegant prize The Fourth Grand Beau tiful Diamond Ring If there one thing coveted by an American young lady more than another it is a beautiful genuine diamond We are offering just such a prize to tne candidates in this contest This is a beautiful white perfectly cut sparkling diamond and is well worth the price advertised The contestant who is awarded this prize will have a jewel which she can be sure cannot be surpassed for beauty and excellence All readers of the GlobeGazette are advised to pick out their fav 5 and help her to the head of the list and be the for tunate one to win one of the very prizes whielh are to Advices Stole That Mexican Gov ernment Has Everything Well in Hsmd and That Gravity of Revo lution Has Hccii Grossly Exagger in Hands Govern ment Special to The GlobeGazette EL PASO Texas Nov this morning there was a lull in fightingat Torreon with govern ment forces in full control of the city Wild scenes of disorder marked the night and the death list is estimated at sixty or seventy largely from the insurgent side Revolutionists lack organization and leadership and their supply of arms and ammunition is limited fighting hasalready ceased at Chi huahua The insurgents are massed outside the city and of a large territory have control The govern ment forces and property owners are in possession of the city All is Quiet at Mexico City Pueblo Ori zaba and Pacaca Situation Exaggerated NEW YORK Nov Mex ican government has the situation well in hand and everything is quiet today is the substance of a gram from President Brown of the National Railway Co of Mexico to Vice Presidenl Bennett of system offices are in city President Brown also says the reportsof trouble duringthe two weeks have been grossly exag gerated pjieseive Neutrality WASHINGTON Nov sponse to a request fiOm the partment of Justice which is charg ed With the responsibilily of seeing thai the United States is not used as a base for war in connection with Ihe Mexican revolution the war de partment today instructed IIoyt Commander ment of Texas to awarded Georse B McClellana Has Birthday and is Mentioned As New President of Princeton University Special to the GlobeGazette NEW YORK Nov B McClellan the predecessor of Judge Gaynor as mayor of New York re ceived the congratulation of many friends today on his fortyfifth birth day anniversary Mr McClellan has taken no active part in politics since his retirement from the mayoralty and in local political circles much curiosity has been manifested as to his future Recently he was among those mentioned as possible succes sors to Woodrow Wilson in the pres idency of Princeton University CLOfIY QUITS President Clowry of Western Union Resigns mid Theodore Nnal Ap Kcsigns mid Theodore Nnal Ap of the Depart respond to re quests from the United States Marshal for assistance of troops preventing violations of neutrality LAREDO Texas Nov said on the best of authority that two hundred revolutionists are en camped about thirty miles from this city on the American side and awaiting opportunity to cross into Mexico On the Mexican side is a body of troops fully armed and anxiously awaiting the attempt to advance on Mexico If the two forces clash there is bound to be a seri ous battle Among the passengers passing through thiscity today en route north was Arnold Shaukliu American Consul General in Mexico Shlmklin reports everything quiet along the line of the National rail between the Capital and Lar edo and says lie heard absolutely nothing of my unrest while enroute north Another Insurgent CIDDAD PORFTRIO Diaz Mex Nov L Madero has proclaimed himself president of the provisional government of Mexico and admonishes his followers not to commit overtaxes against the Americans nor damage the property of foreigners Maderos proclamation is being generally circulated today throughout Northern Mexico i New Triiil is Asked t Savu s Or 1 W Who Had Affinity Mii PAYS PENALTY Is Hanged in Pentonville Prison Within Few Strokes of Nine Tills Morning PRESENTS PITIABLE AP PEARANCE ON SCAFFOIdS Wardens Were Obliged to Assist Mur derer of Belle Elmore Up Steps to Death Where Shrinking Figure All By Drop Was Instantaneous Thirty Pound Turkey From Island Will He JJasic Element tit pitMdents Dinner THANKSGIVING 15K FAMILY A Specitl to the GlobeGazelle Nov Ar gument was heard here today on a molion Cor a new tnal in ho case oi w who was convicted at Swiiinslinro and Special to the GlobeGazette LONDON Nov 23 Crippen today paid the penalty for the mur der of his wife Belle Elmore the actress within a few minutes of the strokes of nine this the hour officially fixed for the execu tion The hanging was inPenton ville prison The condemned man who throughout his trial even until Home Secretary Churchill re fused his petition for repreive had maintained imperturble calmness presented a pitiable appearance as he was literally led through out the cor j ridor from his cell to the scaffold His mental anguish had been too great to be covered up by outward bravado and it was a brokptt man whom wardens were obliged to assist up the steps to the death where the shrinking figure all but collap sed An attending priest chanted a prayer the black cap was placed over Crippens head the bolt drawn and the body dropped seven feet Death was instantaneous v Important Facts and Dates January 31 Dr H Crippen an Americau dentist and his wile Belle Elmore an American taude ville artist gave a dinner at their house at 39 Hilldrop Gres jsent London and apparently were I on the best of terms February 2 Belle Elntore ad by letler as treasurer Music Hall Ladies gitild was going lo California to see a sick rol utivc March Loiuloil papers print obituary advertisements of the death of Miss Belle Elmore in California on March 23 April 7 A similar obituary no i tice of Miss Elmoro appeared in The lime JO Some professional fricnrls of Mrs Crippen members of 1 the Music Hall Ladies guild whose I suspicions had been aroused by cer i lain discrepancies in the statements of Dr Crippen concerning the deaih Tigers uf Will Show his wife informed Scotland Yard Him In Imit ibo j or their belief that Mrs had Mido been Tiiiirdered They had ascertain oil that Mrs Crippen had not been TWIOXTIKTH roXSKCTTlVK passenger on the liner La Toiir sentenced to dcuth Tor ihe alleged i murder o Fred Flanders a pronij 1 j nent planter cf Eiminuel county The President Comes Home Fresh Panama and Will Join Fiimily In Observance of Siroud casc hits atWitctcl muclril giviiiK it White HOIIMC Aa tenliou throughout tills section of dresses Teachers Special to The GlobeGazette NEW YORK Nov dent Clowry of the Western Union resigned today and Theodore Nual president of the American Tele phone and Telegraph Co which con trols the Western Union was ap pointed tofill the vacancy Census Shows an Increase of a Million and a Hsilf in Population With Nino More Congressmen Special to The GlobeGazette WASHINGTON Nov population of the state of New York is 279 an increase of On the present basis of appointment New York state will gain eight or nine reresentatives in the lower house congress OHIO INCREASES Special to Thfl GlobeGazette WASHINGTON Nov cf the state of Ohio is an Increase of Georgia and the outcome of Ihe ef rortg to fiive ihe condemned man I from Ihe gnlows is awaited with keen Special to the GlobeGazette WASHINGTON D Nov i interest Thanksgiving Day in the national i The kath of capital will he observed in a manner early last becoming the purposem of the day i the i it the time to he YHAR TWO THAJSS HA VIC MKTJaine and had not died in LOB j geles as reported in the obituary tliivcisiiy or Virginia JVIH Univcrl notices They had also found that sity Carolina Will Also j Dr Crippen was living with Mias Have Ticii Thanksgiving Ethel Clare Leneve his pretty typist Omicsl Having Jtlei the house No 39 Hilldrop CrcSr VirMiuia Sinvius I lest that they claimed tor be miil ried and that the girl wore Belle Bl mores clothes and jewels Iuy S Chief DetectiveInspector Flanders occurred June and was Special to the GlobeGazelle KANSAS CITY Nov Hundreds of followers of the Univer Dew of Scotland Yard visitedand of Kansas and the University interviewed Dr Crippen who told Af Ihe White House Ihe natural causes But Ihe conduct ofj fresh from his trip to Panama will the widow and Dr MeXaughton to olie tllc otller join his family in their second bad boarder in the Flanders Thanksgiving dinner in the home aroused public suspicion and executive mansion The dinner will a few days afler burial the remains of Missouri are preparing to invade j that his wife Belle Elmore was Kansas City tomorrow for the dead but that they had agreeil nual gridiron dual which will award I to separate and lhat he did not or the rival slate institutions It will ue served in Ihe purely a family affair and will be The niece de resistance will be a thirtypound turkey sent from Rhode Island Tart nud the Teachers Special to the GlobeGazette RICH1IOXD Nov ident Taft was welcomed with gen uine Southern hospitality when he stopped off here today on his way home from Charleston The visit was the second with which Mr Taft has honored Richmond since he became President Upon his arrival in the city he was met by a reception com mittee or prominent citizens includ ing Governor Maun and Mayor Rich ardson A drive about the city a luncheon at the governors residence and an address delivered before the state teachers convention were the chief features of the days program Keep Him RICHMOND Nov Presidcnt Tafts Richmond hosts the chief executive up 1right and early this morning and starled on a program which gave no prom ise of a spare moment to the hour of his Scheduled departurefor of the dead man were exhumed A chemical examination is sail to have disclosed the presence of arsenic in Ihe stomach The physician and Flanders were indicted on a charge of murder The former was con victed and sentenced lo hang De cember f Mrs Flanders was grant ed a separate trial Washington this evening At bo breakfasted with Governor Mann at the mansion At the president was escorted lo the Jefferson Davis monument where he reviewed the cadets of the Virginia Polytechnic institute and Ihe Rich mond Blues Then he was taken for an automobile trip and later was the guest or two hundred and fifty cilizens of Richmond at luncheon Mrs Clarence White and daugh ter of Fort here to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Win Weigle Mr White will join them this afternoon to enjoy Thanks giving dinner and make the circle complete ne ihe twentieth consecutive year Ihat Hie elevens have met Of Ihe nineteen games played Kansas has won fourteen and Missouri four Iflflfl the game resulted in n lie Virginia and North Carolina what had become of her since she had left him July in the morning of thai day the discovery was made that Dr Crippen and Miss Leneve had In i secretly left the house at No 3fl Hilldrop Crescent Only Mi3S Leneves French maid was left in RICHMOND Nov the house Dr Crippens assistant era of the gridiron sport in two statesllael received a letter from his ein are on edge in anticipation of theipoyer authorizing him to sell cv ammal be played here tomori erything in the house and to use the row between the elevens of the Uni versity of Virginia and the Univer sity of North Carolina Ever since 1S92 with the exception of three or four years in which no games were played the foolbull contest between the neighboring stale university tennis has been a Thanksgiving day attraction in Richmond and has never faileil to attract large crowds The proceeds lo pay the rent arrears and any bills that might have been left unpaid July a search of the deserted house No 39 Hilldrop Crescent Chief Inspector Dew found the remains of a human body buried in the cellar These were identified as the remains of Mrs Crippen July Kendall of the rival between the two institulions Montrose reported to Scot intense and at every game two Yard that Dr Crippen and Mias ics of loyal followers always turn outKeneve the laller disguised as a lo root for Ihe victory of their faboy were passengers on board his voritcs Virginia lias far Ihe heller ship bound for Canada Immediate of it in Ihe record of the past the receipt of this informa fourtcen sanies played tlie Charlottesjtion Inspector Dew hurried lo T ville team has len victories tofouriada scored by tho North Carolina team In 1902 played a tie game Xmas goods of quality at Spolirs July Dew of Scot Continue OB   

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