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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 30, 1914, Mason City, Iowa TO C lobeGazette Want Ail for tlireo days or a week cnh accomplish wonders Try them tomorrow Phone 28 or 32 BY WERE EACH DAY OF TH33 IMPOETlNa1 EVENTS WOULD TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS THE WEATHER Generally tntr tonight and Tuesday warmer Tuesday and north east portion toniglit VOL XXI MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 30 1914 No ARCHDUKE FRANCIS FERDI NAND AND DUCHESS OF KILLED SERAJEVO IS THE SCENE OF ASSASSINATION Crime is Blamed to Servians Who Have Been Inflamed by Newspapers of Belgrade and By Agitators Special to The GlobeGazette Serajevd June bomb was thrown by standing on the corner of the main street Of the Bostonian capital was the signal this morning for a serious anti Servian outbreak which mounted troopo ween the two countries as wellas hose between Austria and Russia the protector of All the Serbs The Arch Duke it is asserted was well aware of the danger he was running during his tour of Bosnia which he undertook as inspector general of the forces of the empire This title was conferred him oy Emperor Francis Joseph and his chief task was to inspect the Aus trian army which guarded the Ser vian frontier during the recent Bal kan wars and prevented any en croachments by the Servian troops The Servian minister at Vienna told the Archduke of the peril of his visit to Serajevo at time and implored him even if he insist ed ongoing least to leave the Duchess at home When the Duchess was of the dangerous nature of the Journey the Archduke was about to she insisted her place was at her hus bands side found Considerable quelling difficulty in Russian View Special to The GlobeGazette St Petersburg June 29 Com ments of the Russian press on the assassination Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his consort reflect the bitterness of anti Austrian sen timent of the Russian nation Some of the newspapers refer to the assassination as an opportunity for Austria to change her They declare that the murdered Archduke bore on himself the spark which was to kindle an European conflag ration The only damage done by the Bomt was slight injury to a passing Mussulman hut the rougher element seized on the incident as an excuse to start a demonstration They were Joined by large number of Croatian students and the crowd passed along the streets stoning the windows of Servian shops clubs schools and houses and looting interiors They paraded the streets with a portrait of Emperor Francis Joseph at their head They sang the Austrian Na tional anthem and attacked every thing Servian until by a force of sol diery martial law was proclaimed by heat of drums and posting of pla cards All chief points of the city Condolences Received Special to The GlobeGazette Vienna June 29 From all parts of the dual monarchy as well as from the United England and other foreign countries mes sages poured in today testifying to the profoundly painful impression produced throughout the world by the assassination of Archduke Fran cis Ferdinand heir to the Austrio Hungarian throne and his wife the Unchess of Hbhenberg Newspaper pay the warmest tributes to the late Archduke and his brave wife and reflect sorrow Sympathy was evoked among all classes by their deaths When the old emperor arrived at the suburban station from Ischl at 11 oclock this morning he was greeted with feeling and cheera by large to be In though a holiday newspapers ap peared in extra and devotee columns exclusively to yesterdays tragic event Air were Immediately occupied bythe Special to The GlobeGaette Sarajevo June law has been proclaimed in the city and district of Serajevo in consequence of the assassination of Arch Duke Ferdinand and the Duchess of Hohenberg Death masks of the Archduke and Duchess were taken and the bod ies placed on a catafalque in the chapel ofthe palace surrounded by a magnificent dlshplay of wreaths and other floral emblems from all parts of the country Ac cording to a semi official report of tragedy when Prlnzlp the young assassin fired the fatal shots Field Marshal Oskar Potiorek governor of Bosnia was seated in the Archdukes motor car Count Francis von Har rach was standing on the footboard of the as shield to occu pants of whom he constituted him self a special body guard after the bombs hart heen thrown The Arch Duke was joking with the Count about his precautions when the re ports of several shots rang out The aim of the assassin was so true that each of the bullets Inflicted a mor tal wound Austrias Future Special to The GlobeGazette Vienna June opinion has gained ground in authoritative circles hero that the future of Aus triaHungary now more than ever depends upon the health of the ven erable emperor Francis Joseph II is pointed out in high circles that if the emperor is permitted to reign only a few years more every thing may continue as usual and Arch duke Francis Ferdinands death will have little lasting material ef fect upon the foreign or domestic af fairs of the dual monarchy It ar gued that should a youthful inex perlenced ruler like Archduke Charles Francis Joseph son of the Archduke Otto suddenly be called on take the reins of govern ment a period of anxiety might The young Archduke and his wife who was Princess Seita of Parma are both extremely popu lar among all classes of society and everybody from the Emperor down is said to be prepared to do his ut most Lo help them In every way to rise to the responsible position to be suddenly thrust upon them 1HIOAGO HEIRESS WHO BOUGHT VIRGINIA FARM ANj MARRIED Carefully Planned Special to The GlolieGazettQ London June 29 Every dispatch from Vienna brought additional evidence that the assassin of Arch Duke Francis Ferdinand and the Duchess of Hoheaberg yes terday at was one of the racst carefully planned crimes ever carried out against royal person ages Indications from the scene of the tragedy it wasen gineered by more mature organizing ability than that of youthful assassiris It Is gener ally thought lnAustrla and Hungary that the their head AMMUNITION SHORT SB VILLAS ARMY GOES NORTH AGAIN MARCH TOWARD BtEXICO CITY FOLLOWING VICTORY HALTED CARRANZAVILLA RELATIONS TENSE Commander In Chief Refuses to Al low Ammunition for Lewder to Puss Through Tiniptco I Miss Helen Morton Chicago society girl heiress and niece of the late Paul Morton former secretary of the navy in the Roosevelt now Mrs Roger Bailey wife of the Virginian horseman Helen and I were married quietly yesterday We expect to return to Delaplane ina few was the telegram that informeJ their friends of the marriage Mrs Roger Bailey had previously bought without the parents consent a Virginian farm They opposed her marriage until the very last moment when theyfinally consented The heiress is hare shown riding one of her horses at the Washington horse show Special to The GlobesGazette El Paso June ot aav munitlon has blocked Villas toward Mexico City Villa fresh from hia victory week at Zacatecas has returned to Torreon bringing his en tire army with him Relations of the northern zone commander with Gen Carranza in the opinion of agents here unquestionably caused the abandonment of the campaign The much discussed CarranzaVilla es trangement has readied the break Ing point agents asserted in that the constitutionalist commander in chief declined to allow Villa to im port cartridges for his men and shells for his artillery through the port of Tampico At Zacatecas Villa shot away practically all the cargo of the steamship Antilla which was landed at Tampico according to hia F ft RS MEETiRGttELD LAS EV CHURCHES BEGIN SERIES OP SPECIAL SERVICES AT THE CECIL RESOLUTION UPON PROHIBITION PASSED representatives Carranza men Firemen Haunt Milwaukee Ynrds Looking for Erie 80034 tlie Car Bearing Much Wanted Firemen oft duty are the Milwaukee yards this afternoon scanning each incoming west bound freight train to see if in its ton ed motor fire engine which the city purchased last December from the Seagreave Columbus O This morning bill of lading was received showing that the engine left Columbus June 22 and inquiry at the Milwaukee this morning disclos ed that it forms part of a train tthat left McGregor today for Mason City It was due to arrive therefore this afternoon The purchase price of the triple combination pumping engine and hose car Type Q as per specifica tions and contract on as it is described Inthe bill is Will Test Outfit The same wier will be used to test thepump for capacity as was used to tost the No 9 well at the water works Other tests of the machine as to speed power will also ho made It is expecled that Robert Browning sales engineer of the company and an erecting engineer will arrive some time today to super vise the unloading of the machine and represent the company at the of ficial tests Remains of Pioneer Mason City Resident Will lie Laid to Rest at Prominent Mail Special to The GlotaeGazette Washington June 29 Despite continued expressions of hope that plans for Mexican mediation will not fail considerable apprehension was shown in official circles and considerable significance attached to the fact thatthp mediation confer ence plans to tafee a recess unless there is some definite assurair from Carranza by tomorrow that hia agents will meet the Huerta dele and representatives of the United States oh plans for the1 pro visional government outlined in the Carranzas latest reply to the mediators asking for time to consult hisgenerals before agreeing to enter the proposed peace conference is said here not to have reached the mediators but that it probably would get to Niagara Falls tomorrow morning quarters in Belgrade Servians the Servian hate of Aus trians been vlo lent hasbeen fomented by the news papers in Belgrade by agitators throughout Servia and Bosnia who helped to inflame the minds of stu dents to induce them to sacrifice their lives in the belief that they wotild go down to history as pa triots Yesterdays crime seems likely to have a contrary effect to desired by its authors foreven before the bodies of the murdered couple have been interred theAus train authorities are contemplating severe measures against the Serbs among inhabitants of Austria and Bosnia These measures are likely to further embitUr the relation be CJATHOLIP lEDUCATORS Speilaivfo The GlobeGazette Atlantic l itaas3 in Nicholas the eleventh annual Conven tion of the Catholic Educational as sociation was here today The purpose association is to bring about f closer cooperation ambhg Catholic educators and a yearly Interchange of plans and sug gestions for promoting the Ideals of the church The convention sessions will con tinue until Thursday Among the participants are many of the most distinguished educators of the Ro man Catholic church including presidents and professors of the Catholic colleges of the country and clergymen and laity associated with educational work Practically air of the Catholic educational institutions in the United States are represont The death of Judge George Ver milya on Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock at his home 804 Bast State street removes one of lha earliest pioneers of not only Cerro Gordo county There or threo persons in the county here as early as the late Judge Ver milya n that year he lo cated land in Falls township on the Shell Rock on a soldiers warrant and tintil the farm was deeded to heirs a few years ago there was nothing but the record of the orig inal warrant and the transfer to be placed on the abstract of title conferred Judge vermilya was one of the rare characters of the pioneer times These times developed a type of citizenship which has made the west so verlle and of such splen did morale Honesty was the cardi nal virtue of the good citizenship of the early days and frugality and thrift were essentials to the elements which are almost a lost are in these times of excessive pleas ure seeking His life of nearly ninetythree years includes the most vonderful the worlds progress and bridges the time from he oxcart and the to he automobile and the palace car roin the tallow dip to the cluster ight and the staee post to the tele jrapli telephone the wirelessand the aeroplane In this county it in cludes the times when the savages Surgeon General Blue Goes to New Orleans to Fight River Warned Special to The GlobeGazette Washington June General Blue of the public health service will go to New Orleans to take charge of campaign against the bubonic plague which has ap peared there with onedeath and one other case TJie surgeon gen eral was ordered to takechargo of thesituatlon after receipt of tele grams from Oscar Cowling presi dent of the Louisiana stateboard of health Blue said that neither the city of Nevr Orleans nor the territory surrounding it IB In any danger that it was advisable for the federal government to take sharp measures1 as a precautionary measure to pre vent the spread of infection by ship Blue sent warnings to the health authorities of the Atlantic coast states and the Missis sippi river states as f aft north as Iowa theys take up the work of rodent eradietibri activis ly MORE BREATHCTT COtJNTV FEUD TRIALS Winchester June other chapter in the history of the Breathitt county feuds is about to be written here Today the case of Thomas Davidson charged withcom plicity in the murder of Edward Cal lahanr former sheriff of Breathitt county was called for trial in the Clark circuit court Davidson Is one of nearly a score of defendants in the Callahan murder case nearly all of whom have been tried and some of thorn convicted Tills is David sons second trial Tlie first tria was held last April and ended in a Who took stole and carried away from a barricade erected to prevent wayfarers from falling into a water works tieuch on South Main street one red lantern hung there as a signal some time Sunday Superirifendent of Public Safety Miller and Water Commissioner asking that question today So anxious are they for an answer to the query that the city offers a re ward of 10 fpr information leading to the apprehension of the guilty par ty Stealing danger signals often re sults in accidents and damage suits so the officers are anxious to appre hend the man who stole this one and make an example of him to deter others from similar offenses however declare that Villa did not get the Antilla ammunition which they declare still is in Monterey News of Villas return north is re ceived as ominous by tooth factions here ENORMOUS CROP Special to The GloboGazette Topeka June Kansas wheat crop Is bushels according to a report issued today by the F D Coburn secretary of the state board of agriculture showing the condition of winter wheat to be 98 of a full crop based on an ac reage of The crop Is bushels greater than any previous Kansas crop The reports are baaed on a yield of eighteen bushels to the acre Condition of corn is or better than a year acreage 000 There are nearly ac resof oats with a condition of or points better than last year floated down the stream iiouse on the Shell Rock uy to his the paved streets in front of his home and the modern conveniences and the culture of the present gener ation Judge Vermilyta was born in Al bany Co N Y Jan 14 1822 He s a son of Joseph and Susan Ver milya and wasone of a family of eleven children He was a strong temperance adherent and got this trait from who was zeal ously in temperance work and was the organization of an antislavery tive town He provided himself with the basis of a good common school education which he used to some extent as a schoolmaster and at the age of twentytwo came west to Cook county He assumed the purchase and management tnere of the farm of his widowed sister Mrs mother of E R Bogardus and Mrs H I Smith who made their home for a number of years with their uncle in Cerro Gordo county at the late residence of the deceased on East State In 1855 Judge Vermilya came to Cerro Gordo county making the route by stage to West Union and thence to Falls township by foot Having located the land he returned to Illinois where in 1856 he mar ried Miss Helen Miller and in the spring of that year they came to UB township in a prairte schooner with three ox arid two horse teams They lived in their wagon while con structing their cabin 11x18 In 1859 he was elected county judge and in 1861 was elected county treas urerserving four years the years of the war In 1866 he purchased acres of land which Included his hqme on East State street fqr and he lived to see it develop Into a comfortable competency by the growth and prosperity of the city farmhouse built in 1866 re modelled and rebuilt at has lived since 1866 except the winters he spent in California His wife en joyed also a long term of life at the same home having preceded him to the other land in 1898 and since her departure he made his home at the same place with his daughter Mrs Dilts After leaving the treasurers of fice Judge Vermilya engaged in farming and in 1868 in lumber busi ness and until 1869 had a lumber yard on the presentsite of the Globe Gazette building and when the rail road oame into the county establish ed a yard on South Main street The lumber was hauled from Austin and lie transportation charges in those days were per thousand prior to the building of the railroad He continued also to manage his farms here and at Falls and until the Mil waukee railroad came the market was by team to McGregor His sub sequent life was spent In oversee ng his farms and financing loans lor farmers on farm property la later lifehe became Interested in the American Brick and Tile Company Judge Vermilya was not a mem jer of any church although ho was a trustee and was very helpful in the building of the First Methodist church on the site of the present Holahan building on West Sixth street He was a man of mable traits of exact in his honesty rugged In hisJntegrity judicious in his management of lils affairs and those of others entrust ed to him abstemious in his habits and always a staunch supporter of temperance morality the cause of the churches arid whatever pertained to good citizenship Surviving him are two daughters Mrs W H Dllts and Mrs F H Decker of this city and two sons Theron of this city and Guerdon of Alhnmbra Cal The latter will not be able to be present at Hhe funeral which will occur at 3 oclock Tues day afternoon at the homeon East SOate conductedby i E Wagner pastor of thffMylethodisit church One sister Merrlhew of Pennsylvania survives him Other near relativessurviving are E R Bogardus and Mrs H I nephew and nieceof the de ceased r The interment will be at Elmwood Light of Cresco and Perusha Egloff of Cedar Rap ids nieces of the lato Mrs Vermilya huve arrived to be present at the funoral services Charles E Pennington was born ca July 9th 187S at Danvers and died Friday morning June 26th at his home at 229 West Sixth St At an early date his father moved from Danvers to Lebanon where he is still located His mother died whn he was nine years old He came to Mason City in Nov 1913 On March 4 1911 he brought to his home a wife Pearl F Seaver of this city A barber by trade he was an ac tive member of the Barbers Union also a member of the Fraternal Or der of Eagles A short time before his death he was taken into the church Pennington leaves two sisters a father three brothers and a wife besides many other relatives and friends Among the relatives and friends who attended the funeral from out of town were Mr and Mrs J B Buckton of Dows Iowa his brother Boone Pennington of Park orgburg a niece Mrs Adeline Rlley Eldora Mrs Penningtons father S K Seaver and sister Rebecca of Poplar Grove 111 The funeral services were held Sunday at at the M E church Fine Musical Program Render ed by Empyreans and the Fiftysixth Regiment Dr Wagners Sermon Sunday evening at the Cecil the atre the first of the summer uniWJ meetings was held A very Interest ing musical program was given by the Empyrean quartet and ths Fifty Sixtli regiment band Just after offertory a resolution with refer encetothe bill ibeiorecongress to pro hibit forever tho sale manufacture and transportation of intoxicating liquors within the borders of thd United States was read and by a ris ing vote the audience signified un animously their approval of it Dr J E Wagner delivered an excellent sermon His text was taken from the scriptural varse Take my ybka upon ye shall find Evening Sermon Dr Wagner spoke in port as fol lows I once heard of an old man who had been unfortunate in in vestments and in old age hadto the close of a particularly hard day his pastor called and said after oth er conversation Well Brother Jones we will all be in heaven after a while I sup poseyouihavenvgreat many friendaup there What do you think you will do first when you get After a moments thought the pool old man said Well I think fotf about the first three hundred yeark Ill Just sit around and There are people in the world who can appreciate the old mans at titude Most of us haveseen timea when physical rest seemed the most desirable thing in the world But taken as a whole thewbrld isnot so tired of muscle as of spirit or The contented and happy peoplo of the world are not the idle uneinploy ed thoroughly rested of body but they who have great work to do anu who are getting It done I once receeived a letter from u brother minister asking ine to go to the jail in my town and visit his son who was confined there awaiting trial I went and thetlredest eyes I ever looked Into gazed out between the bars into my eyes and they were butnineteen years of age For three weeks the boy had done nothing but sit there in the jail awaiting his trial He had been rebellious at home self willed and sure that he knew better than his father what was good for him He went his own way formed bad associations began to drink and be dissipated until on a trip with other fellows through Oklaho ma heHilled anian while under the influence of drink Ho had no re membrance of the crime but the evi dence against him wag nnd he knew that he would be con victed His body was not tired it was hia soul which cried out for rest If you want to find the moat rest less the tiredest people In the world outside of penal institutions go among the unemployed the drifting Dr J E Wagner preached the ser mon The program at the cemetery was in charge of the Barbers and Eagles Chas E Pettit secretary of the Barbers Union had general charge of the services HANG FOR KILLEVG PEDLAR Special to Tho GloliaGazette June tions have boon made for the execu tion of Edward Cook who IB to be hanged In the jajl here tomorrow Tho crime for which Cook Is to pay the death penalty was the murder of Charles Asaaff a Syrian pedlar at Sheot Harbor last PUEBLO TO VOTE ON NEW CHARTER Special to The GlobeGazette Pnebp June Pueblo shall change the commission plan of government and adopt in its stead the oldform ofrgovernment by a mayor and other elected officials aided fey a board of eight commis willhe determined by vote of the a speclaS election to ba held tomorrow Proposals to abolish the civil service and the preferenUal system of vot ing are alsq submitted i to the ipoople for acceptance WALKED 75 YEARiJ OLU Special to The QlobeGaptte Buffalo N June Rt Rev Walker head of tha Protestant Episcopal diocese of western New York attained his sev entyfifth year today and was the re cipient of many congratulations Bishop Walker was born la New York City and received his education at Columbia college and the General Theological Seminary He was or dained a deacon of the Protestant Episcopal church Jn 1862 and for twenty years servqd as vicar Cal vary chapel in Now York From 1883 until 1896 he was missionary bishop North Since i896 ho has been of western New York with tils and discouraged who have nothing to do but to please themselves to seek for pleasure or self Indul gence The more they have indujg ed disgusted dissatisfied they are with life and the world And if you want to find the most contented men on earth find those who have great work to do and are getting it done who feel their backs bent to loads and that they arc carrying their loads My text says Take my yoke upon you and learn of ye shall find rest unto your And it Is the soul which needs rest What of tired muscles in the soul sings and la rested And what of rested muscles If the soul Is weary and bitter With the yoke of Christ the soul rest I preach to youa religion c1 soul rest not ofsoul ease and letli rgy but of soul rest iirthe greatwork to do the work One does not wearJa an Ornament he wears Jt with which to carry burdens draw1 loads or get work done Some seem to think the way to happiness Is In freedom from while the text says rest is in having the yoke As a matter of fact there is no such thing as freedom from yokes We are all yoked some with yokes which arelocked on while we boast of our liberty My urgence tonight is not that you take a yoke for all have yokes of ono kind or another but that you take The Yoke in which there is rest because it IB the yoke for itual and eternal achievement on ilo
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