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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                I In Boyville Bg Stallings NEWS Mrs Ed McAldoon entertained her friend Miss Maude Logue Friday af ternoon Mrs Fuller has been visiting at the Allen and Harry Cobb homes the past week The Ladies Aid society at Mrs B C Wright was well attended the proceeds being over nine dollars The next society will be with Mrs Allen Aldrich Thursday August the sixth Everyoneis Invited to attend MissMildred Leggett entertained tbje chatter box club Wednesday af ternoon Theer will be an ice cjeam able held at the home of Mr and Mrs H H Shields Friday evening July 31 for the benefit of the U B church A cordial invitation Is extended to all to attend Mr Harry Pethiek purchased new harvester Thursday Mr and Mrs Glen Leggett are jolcing over a little girl which came to brighten their home Mother and child are doing nicely Master Ray Winters is visiting Charles Pethiek Miss Irene Law returned Tuesday from St Paul where she had been visiting her brother LIEUT WRIIEHAREIITS Gives Details of Some ofHis Exped iences As An Officer in the Awpy of Gen Villa Clear Lake July 25 Lester Barlow son of George Barlow of Clear Lake who is now with General Villa in Mexico has written his par ents telling the exciting times of journeying with the rebels through he southern country He has made many friends with Villas men and as well he tells of exciting exper iences with Mexicans who hate any one from the United States regard less of who he is The letter was written a week to illnassJn big family and last iili was his first reappearance The Ions rest however did not detract from his and he has some hard matches following the one last night Both men came out of the match in fine condition The main and thepreliminaries were alKpver in two hours so that the able to leave by 0 gave trouble due second bout because he nearly jhad his ankle broken In a match atrpel weln Tuesday night of this week The Injury was nothing ever JaicnefBuchanan formerly a star game refereejl the LX prehn started the agressive on balls stole second Collins got If 2300 walk Parks got a single that scored Marston and put Collins on cf Murray 2b 8 3 1 0 j 8 8 0 3 C Murry and LSzy flew out to left This tied the score Two flys 3b 2 3 3 Q 1 W 12 0 1 a grounder to third put the visitors out of the running in the first of 0 Pappe 03 1 0 2 3 3 C seventh Brewer in the Mason 1 1 1 division singled j net over the 14 27 11 1 er but was out at second on fielders choice when Fitzgerald forced him Pappe flew out to center and Byerly cot a walk which out Fitz on Two Parks Lisy Pappe Emery hits Perry base hits flrewer Horns BOOK FAIJCS NEWS Rock Falls July and Mrs Qua Johnson of Pemberton visited at the Klinck and Kendrew homes last week They came by auto George Duff went to Jackson last week where he has some ten days work on the new house of George Carnots Roy Harding went to Nora Springs Saturday evening to spend Sunday with his parents Ross Duff is spending part of its vacation working for the Carnot Bros in a farm near Manly Miss AugustaPelton returned last weak from a ten days friends in Plymouth visit with Saturdays Game a Weird Exhibi bitioa Score 11 to S But 3 to 2 Score Pleased Throngs Sunday marked by by Byerly ond Then Marston for the second time hit the air and closed the ses sion without a score A fly to Parks fixed Emery who during the game Meany was up and made a nice little single out over third Emery dropped one be tween first base and the pitchers ox which was brought in by Brewer and shot to Murry for a put out But Meany took advantage of he opportunity to make second CMimfee got a base on balls and Perry struck the ball with his left hip instead of the bat This moved Meany tp third and Dumfee to sec ond Then a boot py Pappe gayethe visitors their first score and left the bases1 full Beal flew to left and Meany scored This gave the visi tors the only scores of the day Chase next up flew to Parks who had rub ber arms yesterday and grabbed ev erything in that part of the garden 1 Dumfee hit by Garzee gave him his last op portunity to warm the first junction A fly to center speared by Parks beat the visitors outof another op portunity to score Mason City went out in one two three order in the eighth Austin repeated the performance in the ninth and left a good chance Bases on Beebe 6 off Higby 7 Struck out by Beebe 3 by Higby 2 Wild pitch Higby The score by innings i Austin 000 3 7 Mason City 402 010 14 R H B 1 1 Sundays Game It was a classy little contest to make up for the bonehead work ol the day before that Austin and the locals presented for the benefit of a good crowd yesterday In most cases It was one two three out and not until the last half of the ninth with two down did the Austin bet ters finally say goodbye to their coin The hits were four and four and Mason City made the only error of the game Pappe contributed this but redeemed himself in the ninth by connecting for a long drive scor ing LIsy who was on second This was all that kept the crowd from getting an extra session Perry was the first man up for the visitors and he struck a foul to the left which was retrieved by Lisy Garzee got a free ticket to first but was caught by Fitzgerald in an at tempt to pilfer the second sack A little fly to the center garden fin ished the first half In Mason Citys half of the first Marston led off by whiffing Col lins went out by a fly to left field and Parks repeated the performance for the right fielder In the second inning Chase flew out to Marston Dietrich pounded the pill into Pappes mitt closed the half with and McDuf a grounder DEFEAT BOEGBERTY The Mason City Athletes defeated Dougherty in an eleveninning con gest by a score of 12 to 11 Neither for an extra session But Pappe had I team decided to play airtight ball already decided otherwise as will belttntii ninth inning which seen When Lisy got on balle accounts for tne size of the score Pappe was seen scratching his head I And again would have off by the bench but no one knew I won handily but fpr the fact that then that he was figuring where Leo Carle one of the Athletes best could find a hoie in the fence be players and foreman of the dump in hind the fielders Then when The GlobeGazette office had one of Brewer hit to third and went out his terribly off days Going to bat andFitzgerald fouled out it looked six times in the eleven innings he like a sure thing for more baseball punctured the air eighteen times get But Pappe was to be reckoned with ting but one tip foul the fifth time and he took one look at Dumfee on up the slab for Austin and then he hit Nobody knew where the pill was go ing and started tor the home plate The fielder had just found the ball and Pappe was running somewhere near third when Lisy crossed the plate and the Maabn City sports who said Austin had to XuaUn win one game out of three and bet hualy well lets draw the And this Is what the players did Austin R H PO A E Perry rf 00200 Garzee cf 0 1 3 0 0 Beal 2b 0 0130 Chase sa 0 0 Dietrich 3b 0 leDuff Ib 0 1 ieany If 1 1 3mery c 0 0 Dumfee p 1 INTER STATE P Albert Lea 85 40 SO W 17 10 19 13 L 14 10 21 17 Pet 548 543 475 433 How Parks looked to Packers in yesterdays gains pulled in by Lisy and shot to first base just a little too close for the runner Mason Citys half of the second consisted of a fly out to Garzee and two whiffs by Lizy and BASEBALL SCHEDULE Gladys Morse has returned from St Paul where she visited her grandparents John Hansen who has been on Mrs Meiers farm the past three years has purchased the twenty acre home where Mrs Meier now re sides consideration five thousand dollars Mr and Mrs J W Simpson will move in the old Meier home farm in the spring and Mrs Meier will make her home with them Mr and Mrs Henry Knowles and Mrs Beaver of Manly called on friends in town Sunday afternoon Nellie Edgar and Mrs W D Edgar were Plymouth callers Monday The Misses Alice ano Lucy Pacey visited friends in Mason City from Friday until Sunday evening Mr and Mrs H White were busi ness callers at Plymouth Thursday Mr and iMrs ONeil and family oi Forest City autoed over Thursday to call on their cousin Mert Morse They left their daughter here for a few weeks visit Mrs Jennie Edgar Cook and two children recently returned from near Garner where they visited her sister in law Mrs Pauline Ray Forbes and her little five months olddaughter June of River called friends here Thursday Her cousin Floyd Stanbery and his parents Mr and Mrs W R Ray brought her by auto The Bliems autoed over to Mason Sunday afternon to see little Bernice Bliem who was so severely bruised and in the terrible auto accident here two weeka ago They report her as improving as well as can ba expected She was moved from the ndspltal to the home of her aunt Mrs F K Lvppert last but is still under the care of a trained nurse Mrs I T Perrett and three boys who have been visiting the Parretts for nearly three weeks expect to ago Thursday and has just arrived at Clear Lake Young Barlow says he is going south In the last para graph of the letter he tells of a murder execution and three ac cidental deaths all in one trip This would be enough to sat the whole country to talking up here hut the horrors of war have evidently been such that he dismisses it with but a few words Still the young man has not become a Mexicna in spirit and be hopes for the time to come when he will return to good old U The letter follows Chihuahua July 16 1914 My Dear Ones at Home Still alive Have jvist returned from the Zaca teeas battle No doubt this was the worst Mexi co has seen in many a year dead federals and a thous and rebels lay in bunches when we wiant in I was in battle four days and in the final attack I went in the charge with Gen Villa and Roder grez We were about 15 minutes taking one of the strongest points Gen Rodergrez was kilted I help ed bring him down the hill he died the next day and the United States lost a true friend then The two gen erals lead the way The bullets were raining I was fearful lest Gen Villa would be killed dan Villa is the bravest man I have ever seen I was glad to come out of that scrap whole The big guns have not arrived yet but if they do I will command them I havls been promised the commis work and had Skinner off his feet in less than two minutes When on the mat Prehn rested and at first let Skinner take the agressive and tire himself out Prehn used thpihead scissors considerably were trying toggt the toe hold Prehn broke severaTjgdod nelsons and half nelsons ed like a sure fall in the early part of the match The first fall which was the longest came at the end of 23 minutes and 50 seconds with a wrist and head lock bar arm and head scissors Skinner then took the second fall in two minutes and twen tyfive seconds with a toe hold The match ended with Prehn securing a hammer lock hold at the end of 14 minutes and 10 seconds Two good preliminaries preceded the match These were a boxing bout of five rounds between Roy Bates and Will Banning colored which was a very good go and twp bouts on the mat between Leon Hood andMandis Tageson Neither con testant got a fall though they work ed for twenty minutes the first time and ten minutes the second Ban ning was the aggressor in the boxing and seemed to have his op ponent bested slightly because the latter only put up a defense This was good but he overlooked several openings in Bannings rushes liEAGTJE GAME RESULTS AND STANDING OP OXiUBS WESTERN LEAGUE W L Totals 2 4 Tklason City R H PO A In Mason Citys half Fitzgerald got a ride to first and advan tage of Pappes sacrifice to make sec ond Then Marston whacked the pill out just to the right of Meany for two bases scoring Fitzgerald Marston went out on an attempt to steal third and Colling flew out to center The fourth and fifth innings were one two three on both sides Ma son City hit in the air and Austin hit on the ground In the first of the sixth two rollers to Lizy and one to Pappe put the firstthree men lip but at first In E Marston rf 1 1200 Collins If 0 0 1 00 Park cf 1500 Murry 2b 0 0400 Lisy 3D 1 0 1 5 0 Brewer Ib 0 1 11 1 0 Fitzgerald c 0 1 i 0 Pappe ss Q 1 2 3 1 Byerly p 0 0 0 2 0 Totals 3 4 27 13 1 The Score by Innings Austin Mason City 001001001 Denver 40 Sioux City 67 41 St Joe 63 42 Lincoln 61 45 Des Moineg 50 48 26 5 0 45 61 Wichita 39 58 Tcpeka 35 65 Pet 588 582 558 531 BIO 469 402 350 start for their home in Oak Grove Wednesday morning Mrs Klinck is visiting her daugh ter Mrs Watson at Mason City Msedames Keidle and Bailey spent Monday afternoon at Mrs Wm WerleB northwest of town Messrs Fred and Con Gildner are contemplating ibuilding a garage and repair shop heerin theuear future I expect to go on the personal staff of Gen Villa as soon as he returns from the border I am getting tired of the war and I guess it will soon end I hopb so I want to go back to the states Some of those people are very jealous of Americans and of late I have run into several bunchlas where I had to draw my gun and do it quick to avoid getting shot Only the prompt releasing of their guns kept me from shooting I dont feel safe but I am not afraid as I havla many friends among these people If a man reached for his gun in the U S and I had him where I have had several of thesa fellows I would kill him but I to avoid as much trouble as possible here so have not shot when I have called their bluff The other day a friend and myself were setting in a cafe eating when one of five Mexicans sailed a loaf of bread at my friends head striking him in the face at the same time saying What the hell you doing here My friend a true American answered What the hells it to The five rushed us but as we were sitting in a corn er they could not get to our backs We succeeded in smashing several of them in the face and were holding our own when they started to draw their pistols We expected this and had them covered before they could get their guns out They then beat it as they felt we meant business I al ways carry a gun everywhere I am in good health now and back to my regular diet There is not much news that would interest you so will cut off but before I do will relate my last railroad trip with the army Leaving Torreon for Zacatecas a woman fell undlsr the trainand was killed at Zacatecas Rodergrez Midland Kotmtry The MidlandKouatry Klub met with Mrs Ed Dunton Thursday af ternoon Roll called each member responding with some current event After the regular meeting the time was devoted to the annual election of officers The officers for the coming year are Mrs Heddens president Mrs Hagan vice dent Mrs Norman treasurer and Mrs Dunton secretary andcorres ponding secretary Twp newmem bers were taken in the club The guests included the Misses Cannon of Chicago Mrs Yose from Wiscon sin Miss Yose from Denver and Miss Thompson from South Dakota Miss Cannou rendered several very fine selections on the piano After the dismissal of the meeting a dainty luncheon was served by the hostess A special1 meeting will be held in two weeks at Mrs Normans tobegin work for the DOUGHERTY NEWS RHE 240 841 YESTERDAYS RESULTS Das 1112 Topeka 6 3 Denver 521 Lincoln 16 Sioux City 6 Lincoln 0 St Joe 6 Wichita 1 The Volunteer Sunday school class furnished the supper and entertaia ed the Ladies Aid in the hall last Fri day evening There was a good at tendance MANLY AMERICAN LEAGUE W The foliowing baseball has been arranged so far Mason CItr Plays Webster City here At New Hampton Owatonna here Marshall here Open 1 At Lehigh At Webster City At Port Dodge Open At Garner tournament At At Austin schedule July 2829 3031 August 12 34 1 5 6 78 10 111213 1415 1617 1819 Open 2021 Albert Lea 22 Fort Dodge 23 24 Albert Lea hera 25 Austin 2627 Saturdays Game Taking in the Austlnites to a tune of 11 to 3 the local team gave an exhibition of ball playing Saturday afternoon surpassed for punkneas only by the playing of their oppon ents Beebe allowed the locals fourI teen hits as their share of the game while Higby gave half as many to the visitors Poor pitching and bonehead field ing marked the work both in and behind the diamond on bothsides Bases on balls were given frequent ly and although Higby gave more he allowed more time between them Austin on the other hand forgot to Philadelphia 55 32 Boston 50 40 Detroit 47 44 Washington 47 41 St Louis 45 43 Chicago 40 44 New York 36 61 Cleveland 29 60 632 556 516 534 511 511 414 326 YESTERDAYS RESULTS New York 13 Chicago 07 Washington 21 St Louis 04 Boston 4 Cleveland 1 Philadelphia 8 Detroit 6 Open At ilbert Lea 28 29 fct Austin hera September Pnppo breaks up the game in the ninth inning NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 51 Chicago 51 St 49 40 Cincinnati 40 38 stop walking men until It was too Pittsburgh 37 tin If n fVlQ rf LO IT O Tl ft AT rt late to save the day and therefore the score Each man who couldnt hit got a walk from Beebe Austin R Perry 2b Beal rf Dunfee cf Chase sa Deitrich 3b McGuff Ib the last of the sixth the local aggre gation decided it was time to score They waited patiently until Byerly 66 had hit one straight heavenward to 7 McDuff Then Marston got a baae Meany If Emery c Beebe p 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 H PO A E 1220 0000 120 4 ff 0 0 0 4 Total 3 7 24 10 0 Mason City R H PO A E Maistoa rf 1010 0 36 32 37 41 45 48 46 47 46 614 580 544 471 455 452 440 439 YESTERDAYS RESULTS No games scheduled FEDERAL LEAGUE Chicago 51 37 47 38 45 37 Indianapolis 30 41 42 Kansas City 41 49 Pittsburgh 35 47 St 62 580 553 549 536 494 456 427 418 Mell Jewett of Northwood was calling on friends here last Wednes day Jim Cummings from near Graf ton visited with relatives here Wednes day J W and family autoed Mason City Friday J F Bohach and family from Mitchell visited at the Frank Wise home Friday Joseph O Connor of Chicago who has been here visiting at the home of his sister returned home Friday evening I H Peshak of Austin Minne sota was callin on relatives here Saturday L O Knntson and family autoed to Cedar Falls Saturday and visited with the Waters family over Sun day Mr Rldgeway of Plymouth was seen on our streets Monday Mrs Chas Beckett who has been visiting here in the home of her brother J W Hurd returned to her home at Northwood Thursday Mr and Mrs Frank Stoner came up from Maaon City Thursday rof a few days visit with the for wers parents Gertrude Bjorgo of Kensett was a visitor here Wednesday Mrs J Heiny and children who have been visiting relatives in Illi nois returned home Wednesday Mr and Mrs Chet Williams visited relatives at Mason City Sunday Earl Stott and Mr and Mrs Ad arns autoed to Mason City Sunday Nellie Knutson of Kensett was call was killed Starting back to Torreon from Zacatecas our engineer fell un der the train and was killed Several hours later part of our train was ditched no one killed We got start ed again when an axle broke and ditched us again Leaving Torreon for Chihuahua a soldier flail under the train was killed Later a cap tain shot a soldier to death and the officers took the captain off the train and executed him alongside tha track We arrlvtsd at Chihuahua without further events of notice I am well and happy Lester P will be going south soon so if you wish me to hear from you please write at once and givle me all the news Address me Chihuahua Mexico Care Hotel Francia WRESTLING MATCB IS WON BY PREHN Local Man Takes Two Out of Three Falls From Skinner of Fort Dodge in Bout at Moose Hall Oliver McGee and son ped two cars of battle last Thurs day Mrs Otto Ries is enjoying a visit from her mother who recently ar rived from Illinois Will Beecher pitched for Ackley at Webster City last Thursday Band concerts next Tuesday even ing Mrs M J McGee is on the sick list Tess Mullaney of Mankato spent Sunday and Monday here with relatives and friends Agnes Mullin spent Thursday with her sister Maggie atthe Story hos pital Mason City Barney Dougherty shipped a car of cattle and hogs to Chicago Tuesdays morning Joe Albright Is laid up with a pitchfork wound in his shoulder that he received while loading hay Allie Boyle and Jennie Sunday at the McGee and Ryan homes Mr and Mrs W J Christians Mrs Fowler and Sadie Mullin autoed to Mason City Friday The ladies stopped in the city while tians autoed to Graf ton Anna Rooney and Mrs Mike Geary were shoppers in Mason City Thursday Mrs Jim Dougherty is enjoying an outing at Clear Lake with Mrs Nade and children Last week the small daughter Mr and Mrs Hugh Coyle was badly burned on the face and hands while lighting fire with kerosene The many friends of L D Wilson were shocked to hear of his passing away early Wednesday morning afI ter a couple weeks struggle with dropsy and heart trouble The pass ing of this young man is deeply re gretted His life ended on the an niversary of his marriage a year ago when all was happiness and the fu turelooked bright and fate to havn brought such grief and remorse to thi young wife and his infant son of three weeks will arouse the deepest sympathy from all Last November he bought the meat market from Chas Wertz and took possession H15 health has not been the best since came to Dougherty and three weeks before his death went home for a visit where he passed away Sev eral from here attended the funeral at Greene Wednesday YESTERDAYS RESULTS Kansas City 9 Indianapolis 5 No other games ing on friends here Tuesday Claude Ott who is now traveling representative for a large leather goods company of Louisville has Just returned from the National Harness Makers convention in Min Ineapolls Paul Prehn the local light weight wrestler captured two of the three falls in the wrestling mach with F L Skmner of Fort Dodge when the two met In Moose hal before a fairly good crowd of two hundred last evening The match was one of the best and snappiest staged in the city in some time Prehn got the first and third falls Skinner having sprung a surprise by catching Prehn with a toe hold before they had been on the mat three minutes Both contestants were in fine con ditionand weighed in at about 130 They were well matched though Skinner was two inches taller and general appearances indicated he was a trifle weaker Skinner Is a pupil of Frank Gotch and Lawrence Pir gue and his work Indicated familiar ity with the famous toe hold Prehn showed all his usual good form Skinner has been out of the wrest game for a year and a half due REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Hansen Glaus and wife to H E Watts n 80 ft in width pf lot 6 Itors sub of nw 96 21 July 18 1914 t Kolwinska Ida P and husband to L J Ehlers lot 400 Midland Heights July 21 1914 Ryan D P wife to Clara Mar tin part of lots 16 and lot 17 audli tors aubd 10 96 20 July 21 1 Llndson J G and wife to C F Crane s of lot 1 and s ofl lot 2 In sub of e seVi of nw 96 21 July 22 1914 McCrum J and wife to J Younblood lot 9 blk 5 add to Mason City July 22 1914 650 Midland Co to D B lot 48 Midland Heights July 24J 1914   

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