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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 25, 1914, Mason City, Iowa v PAW HONOR TO OH SI ODD ART President of Now York IJfe Makes n Signed StatementRegarding tjhe Death of Mason City Mans Broth er Newspaper containing articles eu logistic of his brother Stdddart has been received by John s Stoddart 414 Tenth street of tidal of the Western Electric Co Dr Stoddart who wasa High officer of the New York Life insurance died recently and over his signature the president of the company Thos A Buckner Issued a statement con cerning the service he had rendered during the thirtyfour years he was with it He rose from a so licitor to one of thOjliigheat officials n the concern TheStoddarta cprae from been near the hpufs The police are effort to keep these anas moving and hope that they re making the city so unpleasant or them that they willsoon pass y without even hesitating Gypsy ands are mirherousthis summer ndall seemto be heading for Wis onaih man told of see six wagbhloadathere last night MAX ESCAPES WITH HIS JJDKE Accident Drew Him Into Machinery But He Was Thrown Out WIthon a Scratch Milford June dent that 999times in wouli have resulted fatally occurred in th kg T plant of the Milford Concrete Works This time It did not Albert Hein rich who is working at the rnixe olant in feeding the rnachineacci lentally clogged it and caused th drive chain to fly off Albert reach over to replace it when th sprocket wheel on the shaft caugh fn the bib of his overalls and in fraction of a second he was beln whirled around the shaft at Ugh ning speed Before anyone couloj throw of the power Alberts clothing except his socks and shirt about his shoul ders liad been torn entirely and Albert had been thrown He luckily alighted on his feet and did not even drop to the ground After looking about to get his bearings iie went into another room where he had an extra pair trousers and hey would to move After he ad expresswo himself in several dif erent languages the gypsies replied You betoha well move right eaded northeast Children tot A woman representative rof the owa Orphans Home at Des Moinea s in the city today looking after the wo Fredericks children alleged to have Keen abandoned bytheir fath er soine tithdjagbV She has an order to take1 them in charge and hey were to be taken to the Insti tution this afternoon They were ordered sehifeto it by Judge T wards gtrettoir 3Tere P H government deport erfbf undesirable foreigners speh yestaVay afternoon and last night fn City and left this morning forvIanly had no ape cial mission here other than the routine business which brings him frequently File New Plat y Plat of a new Heights located on the south side of and adjoining the present subdi vision of that name has been filec with Recorder Milton D Th plat is placed on record by the Mifi land Development owners of that property week Apart nYale estab shed a record ot 9 mfnotea 19J econds for the freshmen ver course In 1698 Harvard and Yale went aofe to and Cornell ompeted there and also at fiara there being no racing at Cornell declined to different placesln 899 and returned to the Hudson rale and Harvard declined an invi ation to compete at Pougheepsie andsincethen have kept to the few London course Wisconsin made its first appear aticei inthevarsity race in 1899 gating Cornell and Columbia and irowding Pennsylvania hard for Jirst place From 1908 to 1912 there were but five contesting crews in he big racs Leland Stan brd gent a crew and last year the Jniversity of Washington made up the sixth entry For a newcomer the Washington eight did remarkably well finishing third in the big race and only 2 seconds behindCornell Since 1900 Cornell has won the eightoaredrace ten time and has added to its laurels by cleaning up one or both of the other on the regatta pro jram During the same period Syra cuse has scored three victories and Pennsylvania one victory in the races Wisconsin bas finished second several times but has yet to cross the finishing line in thV big race v ind oUrgy Aresearch of the or inanfefs Tftssed from Unit to tUne inanfefs tTftssed from in years goneAb gave evidence the enforcementof an of them would cause the bells to be siieneed and a pall extreme qui etude tq pervade the city from heart to the distant extremtttea So rigid might aud varied re BtricUng beenforced as to work a hardship upon the deacon and dominee weir as he No evidence was introduced to show that annoyance been suffered tiy any Park vicinity the pity aVithoritiea will read mostcarefully the big city book of laws as passed and approved or passed and not approved in the some fifty years that Mason haa the the prefix tfCity of REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Coe Fred and wife to Jamea Watts lot 1 blk 6 Cheney Palm etera add Clear Lake Nov 1C 1912 Rule Jennie A et nl to H Woodward 1 and 2 blk 20 in College add Mason City Iowa June 5 1914 dressing himself came back with ahainmer ready to repair the damage done to the liopper which his shoes had broken in his rapid revolutions about the shaft He was not even scratched MAIN MAY IOWA President of Grinnell College Has Flattering Otter Frbni East FOR BED RIVER Special to The GlobeGazette Moorhead June cial trains brought hundreds of visi tors to Moorhead today for the open ing of the first annual conveution of the Minnesota Red River Valley Developmentassociation Large delegations from ten counties were on hand thia afternoon whenthe gathering was formally opened with anaddress by President Leslie Wel ter of this city Professors from the agricultural colleges of Minnesota and South Dakota were among the speakers at the opening session Governor Eberhartris scheduled to raddress the association at the coii chiding v SIXTH BF JULY TO BE BilSYDAY Grinnell June Main of Grinnell College left fof the east Thursday night Afterhe was gone it became known that he had gone to consult with thegov ernin gboard of the college of the city New York about accepting presidehcyof that collage a po position which carries with H a sal ary of No be i naposition to say whether he will accept the position or not Mains record the head of Grinnell College lias made him a prominent figure in the east His name has been mentioned incon nection with the presidency of three other colleges beside the College Of the City of New York Tufts College Vasaar Collegp and John Hopkina TTNISH EXAMINATION Iowa Gity the graduates of the University of Iowa Law were successful in the state ibar which closed here yesterday Following isthe Hat of successful candidates Paul R IowaCity Geo W Waterloo Lynn W Baker Washington Balcar Monticello Charles L Beuesh To ledo Frank G Callander Des Moiues City Ernst CJaiiEsen Davenport J Robert Cornell Wintprset Winfred A Dut ton Iowa City John B Dyer Dick ens Harold D Evans Iowa City Milton G Gage Sabiila Albert M Galvin Holstein Clement W Gar field HumboldtOtis enport Dwight John Gilchrist Cher okee John VV Gwynne Iowa City Clifford C Hakes Muscatine Donn Harper Onawa Wm R Hart Jr Iowa City Samuel C Haven Otr tumwa Karl Krause Iowa City Paul W Kurz Iowa City Harry Loos Huin McConlogue Mason McGuire Anamosa m AuthoritiesMust Have Aid of Citi zens in Keeping City Quiet Up to Two Regular NoiseSlaking Days The cooperation of all citizens is asked and needed by the city admin istration in a sincere effort to abide by the laws of the city regulating the use of fire works and explosives The Fourth of July is near at hand and the temptationis strong for the the city to allow their pat Society News A new interurbtm service has been established by a new company call ed the WilcoxCoblHCatterlln Fast Motor Express Co It was brought into being by the Great Western gai ning an engine off the track in the Mason City Junction yards last ev ening and the wrecker knocking a trolley wire poledown and delaying the electric Clear Lake at the Strain were Messrs Wilcox Cobb and Catterlin and others and when the car was delayed for a half hour or more by the Great Western accident and there seemed to be no relief Col Wilcox telephoned to the Higley Co for their auto truck and It soon came to the The transportation company was at once formed with Wilcox superintendent and conductor and Roy Cobb and Catterlin for flag man to assist the ladies who com posed the party of merry makers to the lofty observation perch arid like wise asaltt them in the descending parachute flight priglnaHy the in tention of the new transportation company was to make the car a spe cial one for the ladies in the party but when one once gets to be a trans portation company he cannot forego the temptation for business am when the party came by the stalle electric Conductor Wilcoxe in vitation to come on in was accept ed with svlaovity by competitors friends and fellow citizens alike Of course the ride was without a tion or a tremor on the part ofthe conveyance which was built for the purpose originally for milk and egg transportation and the springs aro ofi the nicety guarantees against coagulation of the offering of the queens of the poultry chateau or the making of dining car brand riotic steam to expand in tlie direc tion of explosive noises As there Special to TJie GloberGazette Poughkeepsie Along tlie memories of former ttquatic strug gles college crews representing the east and middle west and the fsr west are matched to try conclusions in their racing shells tomorrow In the annual regatta the Intercol Langland Nevada Karl D Iowa City Ned Lovrien bbldt Ray City John James G McNeil Postville Charles M Deloy Fort p Moody Nora Springs j Benjamin Morrison North English iClarence F Murjrhy Blkader Maxwell A OBrien Oskaloosa Siimner D Quar toti Algona Michael Dean Roller North English William K Ross Iowa City Harry L Snakenburg Sigonrney Albert Steinberg Eldora Ihgiills Iowa City Floyd E Iowa City George King A large knee pants suits going at nearly HALFPRICE Our enormous buying power for twelve stores enabled us to buy these suits far below actual value DIVIDED IN TWO LOTS LOT 1 Knee Pant Suits neat pin stripes brown and gray mixtures also pure wool blue serges 6 to 17 coats all Norfolk style pants marie gorkl suits at and price until July LOT 2 Knee Pant SuHs in black and white mix tures good fast colors every suit replaced that doesnt give satisfaction ages 5 to 16 regular and suits price until July Mucli Business to Be Triinsactea nt the County arid City on That Day This is our busy day would be a fitting sign for county and city officers to hang on the front door of the big gray stone structure at Sixth and Washington Monday morning July 6 as theyrecuperate from their respective Fourth July cele brations city commissioners county supervisors city and county engin eers county auditor and city clerk will be plunged into what will biggest day from a businessstand legiate Roiying Association on tlie Hudson River As three events are sched uled for the day the twomile race oE the university fouroared shells the freshmen eightoared twomile race and the university tightoared race over a fourmfle course for the varsity challenge cup which for the past year has been in the keeping of the Syracuse navy Chief interest of course centers in the race of the which is the biggest aquatic eyerit of the year in American waters The institutions represented in this event will be thesame as last Cornell Paiiora Martin Samuel Turner Iowa eitj Edwin B Waller Clare Earl Iowa City ter I Wolfe Lost Nation and James D Coqney Out the EUty candidates four were students oC law schools inother was an office stji dent and fourwere undergraduates in the University of Iowa College Of LaLw Only ona stu dent frdni another law ed to pass is a large profit in handling that class of goods the commercial In stinct of dealers would naturally prompt them to harvest the coin that is tendered them It now remains to be seen whether the good start that has been made in applying the lid to law Infractions shall be con tinued The city officials say they will see that the law is obeyed or suitable penaltyfor infraction meter out Seeks Snne Fourth Observing persons know that the entire nation is turning over a new leaf in its manner of observing the Fourth of JulyThe appalling rec ord of human injuries and destruc tion of property annually made it unthinkable that such a distorted idea holiday should continue An agitation has started which lias spread in all directions urging a sane and the good results have been manifest for several years in the reduced list casualties printed the clay following the holi day It is absurd that the shooting gunpowder sliouldvbegln a week or so before the holiday and be kept up without intermission until all am munition is exhausted or all fing ers have been eliminated Except on July 1 it is illegal to shoot off fireworks without special permission of the mayor and the police intend as far as possible to prevent all uoisy premature cele brations Complaints oE shooting of fire crackers have become so numerous as to lead to CliieE Sniders warning of yesterday which he repeats and emphasizes today Hats to malch suits 50c all boys enronte of the product of the queens oE the dairy villa The time from the junction was also reduced ten seconds and the new company expect to put on enough extra trucks in a few days to take care of special parties and for the Fourth July demand Col Frank Hanlon had the new corporation closeted this afternoon in a very earnest confer ence to see if the preferred stock could not be purchased for the pur pose of amalgamating his line with the new one Four ladies were the charter passfengers of thenew line nnd for the honor of their distin guished society were given annual passes for life over the road Being Eairy and sylph like in proportions the flagmen had a snap in elevating and dislodging the fair passengers I t t F W Catterltn of Heyworth who has been in the city the past few days the guest of Mr awl Mrs S Wilcox returned home this niorning He and Mr Wilcox mar ried sisters and the only thing lack ing in the visit was that Mrs Cat terlin could not accompany him Heyworth is in McLean county i county famous for hisjtorl speeches of Lincoln Douglass Judge Davis John A Logan and a score of other famous Illinoisans Mr and Clothiers Mrs law Wilcox and their was entertained brotherin at a socia Ames Experts Visit County Fnvm Tiros Block Pens am AlEnllu point yet marked on the 1914 calr Syracuse and the Univer nnjnv cHtv rtF WP RVllhfftOn endar Itecelve Many Bids Monday morning in the supervis ors room and council chamber re bids on contracts supplies etc than hayfe ever been called for In one day here before will be received opened and the countys side the work to be let buying oEthewinT ters up to letting contracts Eor bridges worth about the county also buys steam boiler for the coun ty Bids The city will receive bids for the construction ot the South Main BtreetjrcWesti Miller and West State street Much Other Business Besides these contract inattera both city andcounty dads have large amounts of other business tohandle at their meetings that date being fiiett as time for hearing on a num ber ofresolutions ot different kinds sewer and drainage assessment mat The supervisors will en of farmers inter ested ihtrie assessments on certain drainage districts Withbills to allow and other busi ness nature lined up County Anditor Frost and City Clerk MeEwen verily have busy days lined up for councllmen and supervisors sity of Although open pool selling is not permitted there is keen interest among the backers of the various crews today and many individual wagers are being placed Cornell Syracuse and Columbia money ap ears to be most abundant Cornell pears to be the favorite in all three aces althought Syracuse is finding many Columbia has many dmirers who appear confident that he blue and white will finish well o the fore in the big race of the ay The coaches of all six crews odayexpressed satisfaction with ae work of their men but none vpuld venture a prediction on the re ults regatta The Washington crew have again dded greatly to the interest of the egatta by coming 3000 miles to meet the eastern colleges equal of any of the men m the river but the belief is that hey have npti had the training to make dangerous competitors ftbe who have had qr the services oif the best coaches Tomprows races will mark the twentieth annual event held here un Despite the heavy wind and rain of Tuesday night the enthusiasm farmers and experts carried the trip to a successful fin ish Until justtime enough was left forthe Ames delegation to catch the Great Western train south more than a hundredfarmers listened with in tereist toProfessor Hauser in the al EalEa field at tlv Balmat farm At Another Pnrty Passes But is Not Allowed to Light by in Country th A couplfe more gypsies were see in town yesterday Policeman Ran managed to find out from them Vliat the caiiip and the rest 6f th I wanderers located west ofth He toldthem in Hungarian v Bulgarian and Montenegrin and th f forcible language possible tha J E Miller Correspondent Furnished by LA31SON BUOS CO 410411 1st Natl Bk Bldg Maspu City Iowa der the of the American Intercollegiate Rqwing Association t was in 1895 the jPoughkeep course was he association then of Jolumbia Cornell and Columbia won the first race and has finished first 1896 having V disagreed with antl severed athletic relai lions made a twoyear agreement with Cornell and admitfeed as a contestant on the Cornell won that race for varsity eights and made at that time a worlds record for four miles of 19 minutes 29 seconds In the year following Harvard and Yale made up their differences and were anxious to resume their old Har vard would notbreak Us contract with Cornell and was unwilling to row two races in different places miLo iimu tit n trip was made from Gordo hotel to the county Earm where a large delegation from Clear Lake joined the party Pro fessor M H Huffman agricultural engineer gave a veryinstructivedis course on cement work and compli mented the work in the cow barns and yard ahd tank constructionas exhibitedat thecountyshome for the unfortunate The barn construc tionand silo was given attention and therroatterof silage cutting packing and preservation and eeding was thoroughly gone over At the VanNote farm the visting experts and farmers had an oppcjr view fine herd of calves arid the two bulls at head of the famous VanNote Hereford herd Beef cattle was the topic for thirty minutes and Rex Beresford quoted facts and figures to most favorable the marketing of the products of the farm afoot rather than awheel On 69 Iowa farms in 1911 and 1912 a careful tab showed an average profit oE per head over what the product and labor Would have brought sold at the ele CHICAGO MARKETS Chicago June ceipts estimated tomorrow market shade lower light heavy mix ed bulk rough pigs gathering at Clear Lakelast even Ing JL J J Dr J E Wagner pastor Methodist church is home from Mar shalltown where he delivered th principal address of the Epwortl league convention at that place While absent he consider able of vital importance concernin the rebuilding of organs and als concernig an assistant pastor fo next year which will be of interea to the Methodist brethren at Hi next bEticial board meeting Dr 1 Flemming the district superintend ent is anticipating a trip on the great lakes this summer for his vaca tion and Mrs Flemming will spend part the summer in the White Mountains 4 4 4 Supt and Mrs Vari Vliet expect to move to Clear Lake this week to spend the summer in the J E Blythe cottage at the Outing club An unusual honor has been con Eerred upon Miss Marion Markley daughter of Mr and Mrs J E E Have stood the test and all cliauce is eliminated when you invest your money in ii PER FECTION They are clean Smokeless Durable Efficient Is the Time Markley by strong market market steady July 79 Sept 7S 58 I 66 Open High Low Close July Sept July Sept 38 37 July 79 68 6fi 37 78 78 66 38 37M 79 79 July Sept July 2072 1017 10 02 f That SenlorSteinlmrt At 10 oclock this niorning Miss Esther Senior and Doctor James E Stelnhart both of this city were united in marriage at the home of the bride 2LO North Madison Avenue Rev Doctor Welsh oE the Congregational church performed the ring ceremony The services were simple and impressive the only witnessespresent were the immed unattended and gown of ivory vator On 52 farms a profit of per head was shown in 1913 and 5n addition1 the fertility of the farm wasenhanced verymaterially Pro fessor ODcnnell talked hogs was bombarded with questions and was quick to import Valuable informa tion The profitable afternoon school of research concluded at theBalmat farm where the raising of Was given a boom such neyer had before The resultant good to the soil and the valueof the crop as quoted from statistics gathered seem The Ames experts are at Clarion today visiting a number of farms in Wright county so Yale had to como to the son The crew from New Haven refused to race against Columbia and Pennsylvania and Cornell had 3IKET WTTK In a prolonged rpeeffng held nt the assembly room of court house base halt the national 1 torowtworacesT Cornell won both j pastime was much tor CABH 2 corn 68 70 No 2 white 72 No 2 yel low 9yv 70 No 3 corn 68 70No 3white No 3 yel low No 4 corn ttol 4white No 4 yellow 67 68Vfe S G M 66 famous collegiate Institution for women has elected her to the assist ant professorship in English which is an exceedingly flattering compli ment to her scholarship in her art in importing information to others Miss Markley with her mother liaa been attending the commencement exercises at Wellesley and the posi tion was tendered Miss Markley without her application She took her bachelors degree at Wellosley in 1909 and was an honor student In more branches than English Last year she completed her work and re ceived the M in English at Radcliff She Isa member the Shakespeare society at Wellesiey OE the Eta chapter of Phi Beta Kappa Miss Markley who is today with her mother and sister Mies Doris at Manchester visiting the Will Fitch family will return to Mason City in a few days to spend the summer Mrs Markley will remain till after the Fourth in the east and Will see her daughter Doris safe aboard the steamship when she takes her departure July study and travel in THE KEGENT Tomorrows big feature program will be a wonderful and elaborate six reel photo play production oE Al exander Dumas celebrated novel The Three This is a thrilling and romantic melodrama and 160 i and lOe Evening balcony same lower flood 10 and 20 cents Tonights bill coa alstar four reels of fine pictures and the Pathe daily hews showing of June 20th between the with an elaborate cast scenes Prices matinees dlanto A for a Europe years Miss Doris graduated at Wells college at Aurora N Y in early June and the year in Europe cornea as a graduation ift on the part her father While at Wells the past year she nnd the other twentysix young women of the graduating class have given to he endowment fund of the college They did it In the unique way o weekly or semiweekly banquet which had some play ov college stun attached for divertisement and by tin shrewd business methods of women who get the grocer and butcher an baker and sometimes the candlelabr maker to donate the where with o the menu they made the banquet net profit affairs aa well as grea successes socially and gastronom iate relatives The bride was wore a beautiful satin trimmed with cream lace A veil and bridal roses completed a larming costume A wedding breakfast served im icdiately after the ceremony The ables and rooms were decorated Pith a profusion of pink and white oses Mr and Mrs Steinhart left at oon for Minneapolis and upon their eturn will be at home to their riends in a handsomely furnished esidence on Jefferson Avenue The bride has been organist at the Congregational church and also aught music in the cit yfor several eare and has hosts of friends Doc or Steinhart is a dentist of Mason ity Mr and Mrs Steinhart carry vlth them the well wishes of a mul itude friends t ft GillespieWaller A very beautiful home wedding ook place Wednesday morning oclock when the youngest daugh er Miss Ivy of Mr and Mrs E C Valler of Clear Lake was united in narriage to T B GHlespie Jr of Oekaloosa Rev F B Stafford per ormed the ceremony using the ring ervice Miss Marguerite Mussetter of Victor attended the bride and the room was attended by Doctor 0 E 3chlanbush Clear Lake After the a delicious kaloosa and Mrs Mostetter oC Charles City ttt i RofrersHnvns Lydia Miller Rogers and William P Harris of Chicago were united in marriage last night at at the liarsonage of the Christian church Rev C H DeVoe performing tha ceremony The impressive ring ser vice was used The bride was at tended by Miss Tlllie Lunsman nnd Lyle McGraUi acted as best man The bride was attired In a lovely gown oE white net and wore a veil with a wreath oE bridal roses She also carried a bouquet of same flowers The brides maid was gowned in flowered marquisettes trimmed with cream lace aud carried pinkroses AEter the ceremony a six course wedding dinner was served at the Park Inn Only the bridal party were present tlie only rela tives were the mothers oC the brida and groom Mrs Wm Rogers and Mrs Harris of Chicago M and Mrs Harris at for Chicago where they will make their future home Mrs Harris was employed1 in tlie notion department of Glan villes department store for the past three years and has a host of friends who wish them the best of luck and who will miss their cheery fellow worker Mr Harris is a resident Chicago and Is salesman for the Jewel stoves Ho haa many friends here having visited here several times RaughoyChrlstlnnson Wednesday June 24 at 4 oclocfc at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John Christiansen of Nora Springs occurred the marriage of their daughter Laura to Lloyd S Buughey of Nora Springs Rev B M Osgood pastor of the Baptist church of Mason City performed tha three course wedding breakfast was ceremony using the ring service served The rooms and tables were The bride beautifully decorated with ferns and tor the cere yellow water lilies The bride is one of Clear Lfkes most popular young ladies The groom is employed as an insurance agent They will make their home at Oskaloosa Tliey will spend their honftymoon at Des Moines and other points after which they will go to their home at Oskaloosa The out of town guests were Mr snd Mrs T E Glllasple and son Kmmot ot Oskaloosa Mayo Caldwell and Harold Cunningham also of Os was unattended Af ter the ceremony an elaborate wed ding dinner was served at a hotel which was in the hands of a special chof About fifty guests wore pres ent several from out of town Thn bride and groom aro both graduates ot the Nors Springs semin ary and are prominent residents of that place The groom is a pros perous farmer and tliey will mako their home on a farm cast of Nora Springs Fresh Clear Lake fish tomorrow Bervo Selt Cafeteria M M 11
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