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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1912, Mason City, Iowa                              Mason Cit GloteGazette CERRO GOKDO OO REPUBLICAN Established 1861 Weekly Gazette Established May 28 1888 The Daily Globe Established Oct 3 1897 Issued Every Week Day Afternoon by THE GLOBE GAZKTTE PRINTING COMPANY Office 182 East Fifth Street Telephone Nos 28 and 82 W P MUSE D M CONROY Editor Mauager KEMBERS OF ASSOCIATED PRESS Official Paper of City and County Circulation greater than any other newspaper In the city county or congressional district SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily per year by carrier per year by mail Daily per week by SemiWeekly per year by mail Entered at the Post Office at Mason City Iowa as secondclass matter Advertising Rates Furnished on Application THE SOCIALISTS TOO A11 the political parties seem to be having a great Bme this year be tween the two wings of the parties The Socialists Whowere supposed to represent the ultra Ideas of govern ment ownership etc face the same sort of contest in the other parties Socialists from all over the United States who are gathering in Indianapolis todayfor the national convention of their party to be formally opened on Sunday are con fronted by a problem that is as old as human society It is the ques tion of the eternal warfare between the radical and the conservative a of cleavage that probably was first drawn in the first gens long before the dawn of his tory and has continued among all peoples and nations and parties and religions to the present day The development of constitutional gov ernment has resulted always in the formation of two great groups the radical and the conservative the left and right the Democrat and the Republican the Liberal and the Unionist When existing political parties fail to reflect this eternal alignment of a powerful third party inevitably arises to force a reorganization and a return to first phenomenon now to be witnesed ia the United States When Socialism was not repsecta indeed it was looked upon almost as criminal in its tend Socialists hung togeth er that they might not hang separ ately That stage of misunderstand ing of motives has passed and now the Socialists themselves in the United States as elsewhere are forced to face the ageold division between radical and conservative elements In France and Italy and to a lesser extent among the more practical Germans Socialists are al ready at war with each other Whether the problem has become suflciently acute in the United States as to result in a division dur ing the convention to be opened to morrow is of course problematical Recent events such as the Lawrence strike and the agitation at the In dustrial Workers of the World lead to a belief that the separation of the sheep and the goats the politi cal Socialists and the Is at hand In the past American Socialism so far as its spirit is reflected in the platforms adopted by national con ventions has been of the political action variety While advocating and preaching the full Socialist pro gram of cooperative ownership of all the means of production and dis tribution the politicalaction Social not scornimmedite re forms such as government employ for those out of work collect ive owiwrship of railroads tele graphs steamship lines con servation reclamation labor legis lation such asshorter workdays in lieritance andincome taxes woman suffrage and many other matters not distinctively Socialistic The disciple of Syndicalism on the other hand spurns all compromise de clares that the class struggle is a state of warfare and if he doea not defend at least does not condemn any act that will produce results Direct action is the sogan the Syndicalist who throws out as use less the educational evolutionary political action of the kid glove Socialist The fellow who eats pie with a knife is in happy circumstances in comparison with the one who eats beans with his knife in the state of Tenneaee One H H Williams made derisive remarks concerning the sword swallowing bean atunt iout on by Victor Williams and the latter became so incensed that he fatally perforated the former with lead First it was Massachusetts then Maryland and now Ohio is the crit ical point The correspondents know howto make their wares sal able It is well to have this chilly this week end for next week we wil want ideal Weather for the Opening of the fish season and to get ready for the local exhibi tion of the national game With thirteen extra square miles added to the municipal boundaries the civic league will have quite some city beautiful to look after RECEIPTS FOR PAPER BAG COOKING Banana a rich crust roll into sixinch squares and cover diagonallyacross with sliced ba nanas which have stood for a few minutes in lemon juice and sugar Apple and core th9 apples Place on pieces of ap ples with sugar a small piece of butter one whole clove cover with the dough place In a wellgreased bag seal and cook about forty five minutes Serve with a hard sauce Entire Wheat Nut cups at entire wheat flour three heaping teaspoons of baking pow der two tablespoons sugar one level teaspoon salt one cup of wal nut meats one and onehalf cups of milk mix same as currant bread baking in oven one and onequarter hours Currant cups sift ed flour three teaspons of baking powder two tablespoons sugar one level teaspoonnful salt one cup of currants onehalf cup citron peel shredded one and one half cups of milk one egg sift all the dry ingredients together and fruit then the egg and milk milk into a soift dough and form lightly into a loaf place In a wellgreased pan let stand fifteen minutes bake in a moderate oven one hour Do not knead this bread Stuffed Green the core out of the required number of green peppers pour boiling salt water over them let stand just half a minute then drop into cold water drain them and stuff with liver and bread crumbs place in a welL greased bag seal and cook about twenty minutes Method of prepar ing the liver Boil the liver in plenty of slightly salted boiling water with a small red pepper pod When they are tender mash fine With a lump of butter and plenty of browned bread crumbs Sweet Potatoes In smooth evensized sweet potatoes minutes peel under cold water to prevent discoloration smear with butter roll in sugar and put In a bag with more sugar and lemon juice Place in lower shelf of oven about twenty minutes Salmon can of salmon four egjfs beaten light tablespoon melted pnehaU cup fine bread crumbs with pepper and salt chop the fish fine with the butter In It until smooth beat the crumbs with the eggs and season before working together put in a buttered mould steam one hour tablespoon butter one tablespoon flour the liquid from the can of salmon one raw egg one tablespoon tomato catsup pinch of red pepper put the egg in carefully at the last boil one min ute Spiced the liquid of of one can of beets add one tea spoon of mixed herbs place in a wellgreased bag for twenty min utes when ready to serve pour over them a sauce made of two tablespoons of vinegar or lemon juice and onehalf teaspoon salt Baked Fish With a two or threepound fish sprinkle well with salt and flour before bak ing stuff with a dressing made of one cup of bread crumbs peppers and salt to taste a little parsley and onion minced finely bind with one egg sew up the fish and bake thirty minutes Macaroni and the macraroni into small pieces boil in rapidly boiling salted water twenty minutes blanch put a layer of ma caroni into a dish or bag mould and sprinkle with salt and red pepper snial pieces of butter then a gen erous layer of cheese grated alter nate the layers having cheese on top pour enough milk to thorough ly moisten bake sixty minutes Delicious Apple Pudding Pare and chop half drp apples grease a paper bag mould cover the bottom half an inch deep with bread crumbs add a lump of butter then a layer of apples sprinkle well with sugar nutmeg and repeat until the mould is full leaving the last layer crumbs pour over all one cup cold water bake thirty minutes No sauce is needed Sliced sufficient potatoes drop In cold water sprinkle with salt a pieceof nut tef Place in a well greased bag with l tablespoon of cold water Seal and cook 35 to 45 minutes Creole a flank steak about 1 inch thick mince fine 2 large onions 2 medium sized green peppers 1 cup of tomato mix and spread over the steak salt well and bake 1 hour Green off the liquor turn into a well greased bag Add a piece of butter Pepper and salt tu suit the taste Seal and cook iu a moderate oven 25 minutes Creamed the as pieces put in a well but tered bag Add 1 tablespoon of flour a piece of butter Pepper and salt cup of milk Seal and cook 30 minutes Sausage on Potato Cakes Take mashed potatoes and 1 egg a piece of butter Form into small cakes place sausage meat made into small cakes on top Place in a greased bag Seal and bake 20 minutes Bananas and rather green bananas cut in half Wrap each piece in strips of bacon Cook in a well greased bag 10 minutes the contents of a can of corn into a greased bag Add a piece of butter pepper and salt and tablespoon of rich milk Seal and cook 15 to 20 minutes MONEY BACK Hvomei is Guaranteed to End the Misery of Catarrh Colds Sore Throat and Croup Get a HYOMEI prononce it Highcrne outfit today Pour a few drops from the bottle into the little hard rubber pocket inhaler that comes with each outfit and breathe it ifour or five times a Immediately you will know that HYOMEI soothes and heals the in flamed and irritated membrane But HYOMEI does more than soothe and heal it kills the germs those perserving pests that are the root of all catarrhal conditions A complete HYOMEI outfit which includes an indestructible pocket in haler costs only If you now own a HYOMEI inhaler you can get an extra bottle of HYOMEI for only 50 cents at Michael Drug Co and druggists everywhere CLEAR LAKE IOWA MAY 11 CLEAR LAKE FOR CLASS PLAY Five Act Comedy Will be Offering of O It H Interesting Clear Lake News Clear Lake May 11 Rehearsals are progressing for the Class play of the Clear Lake high school grad uating class The offering this year is a five act comedy drama entitled The The date of the pre sentation is May 29th and the place is the White Pier which has a good sized stage scenery and large seat ing capacity Those who have seen the players at work predict a most commendable production of the and it is expected there will develop considerable dramatic tal ent among the students The cast of characters we give below to other with those who take the parts Deacon Thornton with a passion for lemonade with a stick in Lynn Latimer George Graef Mrs Thorntons nephew Harold Matthews James Reed a friend of Darrabs Pedro an organ grinder Parson all three taken by Neal Anderson Pete Mrs Thorntons servant Rob ert Purleigh Mrs Thornton Lulu Myers Helen her daughter Florence Stan field Miss Amelia Fawcett Mrs Thorn tons maiden sister Irene Ait chison Mrs Darrh George Darrahs Erina Paulson Nellie her ciiiid not assigneds Daisy Mrs Thorntons Al vah Wad Billy the Deacons not as ViolinisC policeman villagers etc Time present Locality Eaatviile va The acts represented are cue in the garden ol hotel three acts in Mrs silting room and a suaei fc uiie isome Slis Lake dropped into his last sleep in his arm chair at the home of his sister Mrs Wm Penny Friday af ternoon The deceased had been somewhat indisposed for the past twoor threeweeks but his condi tion was not such as to alarm either himselfor his sister and when the stillness of death caused by heart failure crept over him she still thought he was simply enjoying an afternoon nap Some time ago his wife passed away and for the past two years he had been living with his sister Mrs Wm Penny who is eighty two and they had been very happy in the twilight of life com panions for each other as they had been in childhoods dawn The Harding family originally lived at Port Jervis New York and more than thirty years ago he came west and located at Clear Lake Brothers and sisters surviving him are Mrs Wm Penny and Stephen F Harding of Clear Lake Mrs lasac Penny of Minneapolis George H Harding of Mason City John K Harding of Long Beach Cal and E O Harding of Port Jervis N Y all of whom will be at the funeral ex cept the brother iu California The deceased leaves to mourn his loss three sons Alva and Edgar sub stantial and respected farmers of Lincoln township and Harry who is in business at Seattle Wash De ceased was a member of the Con gregational church and a man of delightful qualities of comradeship and Christian virtues The funeral ill occur at the lioine at Clear Lake Sabbath morning at and in terment will be at Mason City District Convention i The Algona of the Womans society is beiniT held iu Saturday and Saturday night an address jiliiiitriitud by sterecpticon will be yiien by Miss Mae Smith deaconess of uall street mission f City JiioiiiiaB On Sunday the service will be held at eleven at ilie This service will be especially appropriate since it is Mothers day with a special ad dress by Mrs Weaver Lpiendid music will be furnished at ail the services of the day A cordial in vitation and welcome to al1 Organ Voluntary Singing Prayer Rev F B Stafford by Choir tripture Rev F B Stafford Gloria Offering Address Mrs C L Weaver Nat ional Organizer Music by Choir Doxology Benediction Sunday Afternoon Devotional Service Miss Eva Whit ney Burt Miss Elizabeth Price In what way does the Young Peo ples and Childrens Work help the Church Miss Mae Smith Question Box Miss Ethel Dryden Sunday Evening Song Service in charge of Rev F n Devotional Mrs Marie S Keck Sioux City Iowa special Music Address by Mrs Weaver Resolutions Music America Benediction WILLIAM HARDING DEAD At the ripe old age of four score years Luther T Harding of Clear Funeral of Mrs Stevens The funeral services for Mrs Os car Steveus were held at the M E church Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock comliidwrt by the pastor Rev Dr Tinre was a very large attendance of oin friends and neighbors attest iug the esteem in which the deceased was held by all The ladies of ilie Hastern ttar and Rebuhahs of xvliidi orders Mrs Stevens was a attended in ii body and was con ducted under auspices Great of covered the casket prtiunt at the fr MI vere Mr and Mrs Jos Uovru if Roeliford Mr Govro lulus u the de Kiui of Iowa Falls danshtBr of ir and Mrs Guvro Mrs John liuv vi uf and Roy Walters of Murray Iowa a sou of Kialcr The re mains interred ill the Clear Lake cemetery Mary Jane 17 at her homo iu i 19 2 In Lo to were born tlot sons Guy aughter Sir us wis born Aug ill iMie died at May Sth WHS united in at Clear iiHi i e children licr husband and one Strattou brothers ouor relatives of the are left to mourn the deaih or a wife mother Early iu joined the Methoilist has al ways been and con sistent May she rest iu peace Ster0 IVnlHs Marries Stephen XVallis left town rather iiyserioiisli nloi a ago but turned up again this week to the i iiiiny iriends The cause of all this traveling was the ques tion of gettinga helpmeet along ay and Steve is the winner On Monday Apr 29th he juarrred at Uillington to Ella A Barrows the happy ceremony being performed by Rev R M Burgens pastor of the M B church at the home of the bride The newly wedded pair visited in Chicago on their way here and have now arrived in Clear Lake and are receiving the congratulations of their many friends in which the GlobeGazette unites wishing for them many years of happy wedded life Death of Larson Baby The little two and onehalf year old son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Larson died on Wednesday about noon from pneumonia The child was seriously ill only a short time and although the best medical aid was summoned the little life could not be saved The funeral was held at the home on Thursday af ternoon at oclock service con Catholic Ladies Society There was a large turnout of the ladies of the Catholic Ladies aid so ciety on Thursday afternoon at the meeting held with Mrs Henry Hub er east of town Several autos were pressed into service and the jolly company enjoyed the trip to the limit Avery pleasant after noon was enjoyed A fine supper was served after which the party returned home ducted by Rev StenbrThe family has the sympathy of nil in their great loss School News Notes Dr R W Cooper president of the Upper Iowa University will deliver the class lecture to the graduating class of Clear Lake high school on May 31st The graduating exer cises will bee in the Congregational church and in addition to the an nual address there will be a fine musical program and the presenta tion of diplomas Prof Chehock went to Eagle Grove Friday to act as one of the judges in the Boone Valley declam atory contest in that city last even ing There was a big field meet planned for yesterday afternoon Nearly all the teachers who were elected to teach in the Clear Lake schools for the coming school year have accepted their election and practically all of them have signed up for 191213 Plant Ssle and Supper The Methodist ladies provided a fine entertainment yesterday It was the apron and plant sale and a rand supper was served at oclock The ladies also planned for the sale of carnations for Moth ers day Opening of White Pier The White Pier well known as the great amusement resort of the Clear Lake Boating and Amuse ment Company held their opening last night giving a moving picture program of several picture sub jects including the views of the Ti It was a good show and an immense crowd was present Some hiii to be turned away Three slinks were given Charley Aniern throp is the machine operator and Miss Davis of Boons pianist The soda fountain will be opened Sun day in charge of Jack Larson Plans are completed for giving the best entertainment ever at the Pier this summer Tramp Creates Disturbance A roving hobo is wanted by the authorities here It is said some dissolute tramp wrote and left an obscene letter where it could be iound near the Congregational church and that in addition annoy ed some of the school girls the oth er lay Before attention was given to his appearance in the neighbor hood however the tramp made his escape and later could not be ouud House Painting Galore The painting contractors are busy all along the line Several have been noted in this column and others noticed are the houses of Messrs French Hill Ensign Tomp kins Woodford Keith and Dr C E Wright all finished up by S L Booth and crews Futures by Booth are Dorchester Wooldridge Knack and the house and barns of Stewart Bros George Raw has finished up a lot of work as already noted and the following Two houses of Herb Palmeter the Elk hotel inside and out George Etzels and Steve Sir rines Scores of houses have been papered and painted Inside by different contractors and the out side work is now coming on rapidly FiftyThird Annivcrssiry Last Sunday was the 53rd wed ding anniversary of Mr and Mrs R S Dorchester They were married at Conneat in 1859 Mrs Dor chesters maiden name was Emily Lowing They came west in 1865 locating in Iowa They lived on their farm east of Clear Lake for twenty years coming to town in De cember 1910 after selling their farm They are comfortably locat ed in their home here and have lat ely been doing an amount of im proving The basement was exca vated and furnace put in The house has been painted and decorat ed and now has all modern im provements frignds hope Mr and Mrs Dorchester live to celebrate many more anni versaries leatli of Mrs Invid Parker After lingering through a long illness death came to relieve Mrs David Parker on Thursday noon She had lived to a goodly age 91 years during the past fourteen of which her niece Nellie Reed has been with her rendering assistance in her declining years The deceas ed passed away gradually like the sands of life iu an hour glass from the effects of old age The funeral was held Saturday at 2 oclock p m at the borne service conducted by Dr Stafford The maid en name was Amy Arm Hill and she was born Apr 1C 1821 so that she was 91 years of age last month She was married to David Parker at Waterford Vt May They came to Putnam county in June 1S19 Mrs Parker has lived in Clear Lake for thirty years and has many friends among the earlier residents Little Lake Ripples County Attorney J C Robinson was in Clear Lake on business Fri day Ed Hall of Waterloo who with Mrs Hall are occupying their cot tage here now came home from his grocery trip yesterday Painter Kerriek is painting up the Davis house on north Fourth Tom James representing the Geo A Hormel Co of Austin was in own on business Friday Post Office Inspector Joe Farrell of Mason City was in Clear Lake on business yesterday Umpire Anderson of the Clear base ball club has arrived ia own and is ready for business Architect Jeffers of Mason City was over here Wednesday with the plans for the school house and for Ned ONiels new bungalow James Heath and sister visited friends at SWaledale this week Frank Young is getting his won derful new Japanese Souvenir Room fitted up in the place first door west of his restaurant on west Main street The room is being re Citted and more space secured A large oak cabinet for exhibiting the goods has been received The walls of the room are beiug finish ed up in Japanese panels The goods on exhibition and sale are the finest imported Japanese nov jlties Will Denton has purchased John son Hills cottage on Grant street near the lake shore R J Wood candidate for county treasurer was in the city yesterday getting acquainted with new friends and meeting old friends Mrs H B Peterson of Bridge water S is visiting at the home of Mrs Hans Peterson Oscar Peterson attended the pleasant party given at the home of Chris Rye east State street Mason City Miss Elenora Cleaves Peter Eng stler and Ray McNalley autoed to Mason City Tuesday evening to at tend the 1C C dance At the Electric theatre Monday evening the great Passion Play will be presented in moving pictures There will be three reels of hand colored pictures A game of ball is scheduled be tween Clear Lake and Dougherty to be played at Dougherty May 16th This will be a great event for Dougherty and there will doubtless be a great deal of interest mani fested The time of evening service at the churches has been changed over to S oclock the summer schedule The Congregational ladies aid so ciety will meet with Mrs J S Han son next Tuesday afternoon Mrs Hanson will be assisted by several other ladies in entertaining S R Bird who sold his drug store here some time ago has just purchased a drug stock at Arm strong a town cast of Estherville Mr and Mrs Bird have many friends at Clear Lake who wisa them success in their new home CLEAR LA1CK ITEMS Clear Lake May Fern Kennedy is doing some sewing for friends in town this week Mrs Wm Paul who has been hav ing a long hard spell of sickness ia slowly recovering Peter Knutson is spending a few days vacation out on the farm this week The new house that Mr Crane Is building on his lots in the east part of town is rapidly nearlng complet ion It will he occupied as soon as It is finished Mr Tlce who has been under tin doctors care the greater part of thi winter and spring is able to be about He is planning to spend the 15th ol May at the lake KERVOUS EXCITEUBVER ANON IM A HOUSE TT6 RENT WITH JVW GOING WATER XlV ABOUT THE TENTH OP PAPER ttfe I JVOT y House   

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