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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                XVEEKLY Yon cani tent anything from a small rboih to the largest farm by using a GlobeGazette Want Ad Plione 28 82 EEPOKTS BY THE WEATHER Fair tonight and Friday cool portion tonight j SAT OF THSJ IMPORTANT EVENTS OP THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS VOL XXI MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1914 No 278 CHANGE TEMPORARY IS THE ANNOUNCEMENT GER MANS PUSHING RIGHT WING NEARER PARIS BUT LEFT WING 1C HELD IN CHECK BY ALLIES TODAY MRS FRED STEGNER DES PONDENT SHUTS KITCH EN DOOR OPENS JETS HUSBAND FOUND BODY WHEN HE CAME HOME Left Note Saying Goodbye to That in Her Condition of Health She Was Burden to Him Will Assume OfficeUnder the Name of Benedielo Pontiff of That Name for a Long Period of Time Rome SepL Del ia Chiesa Archbishopof Bo logna was elected Pope in suc cession to Pius X today The new Pope will assume the name of Benedicte XV THREE GERMAN AEROPLANES APPEAR OVER PARIS AND FRENCH MACHINES GO UP AND GIVE BATTLE ONE OF GERMANS REPORTED BROUGHT DOWN KILLING TWO AVIATORS PRESIDENT AND CABINET TO BOR DEAUX TO SETUP GOVERNMENT WOUNDED ORDER ED REMOVED FROM PARIS THEREBY CAUSING MUCH SPECULATION Paris Sept Galliani commander of the army defending the city today issued the following proclamation To the inhabitants of Paris The members of the government of the republic have left Paris in order to give new impetus to the defense of the nation I have been ordered to defend Paris against the invader This order I will fulfill to the end Sign ed f Galliani Military Governor of Paris Command ing the Army of i Jaoudon Sept dispatch to the Exchange Telegram company fromParis declares that one of aero planes of the Taube type which recently dropped homos on the city of Paris has been brought down The two German aviators aboard were killed Because of despondency over ili health Mrs Fred Stegner committed suicide by the gas route at her home at 919 South Warren St last night After writing a short note to her hus band Fred Stegner in which she told the reasons of her action Mrs Steg ner shut tte doors of the kitchen and turned on the gas In tne note she told her hasbaud goodbye also that she felt that ia the last six months she had been too a burden upon Mrs Stegnes has been in 111 health for the past six months or more Ifcj cause of this she became despondent arid worried Finally the despondency grew up on her until she could no longer stand it so determined to cut her Ufa short When her husband came home in the evening he found bar i body in the kitchen Stegner oper ates a small refreshment stand on South Main street Funeral Friday Funeral services will be held at the house al oclock Friday aft ernoon Rev Osgood will have charge of the services The body will be buried at FIVE BUILDINGS DESTROYED IN BLAZE DISCOVERED EARLY THIS MORNING STARTED IN THE PECK IMPLEMENT BARN Had a Good Start When First Seen and Spread Rapidly to Other Buildings Endanger ing Whole District Cardinal CLaCOnO Delia CM Special to The GlobeGazette esa who was elected Pope by the Sacred College was created cardinal May 25 1914 He was Archbishop of Bologna Italy He was bom at Pegli in the Dio cese of Genes 21 1854 Paris Sept fight in the air occurred over Paris last night Three German aeroplanes hovered over the capital and immediately two French machines were sent up to engage them and meanwhile rifles and machine guns were mounted on the roofs of public buildings and kept up a constant During this one of the German machines became separated1 from ihe others The French aviators flew swiftly in its di rection The Germans opened fire to which the Frenchmen re plied vigorously The engagement seemed ti turn to the disad vantage of the Germans who mounted speedily to a higher level where holding their position they were saved from fur ther attack This German machine finally disappeared in a north westerly direction over Fwt Roinauville after a vain pur suit by the French machines London Sept Paris official announcement is that the seat of government will be moved to Bordeaux as a tem porary Newspaper report of orders issued for the removal of all wounded from Paris caused much speculation He was ordained a priest Decem ber 21 1S7S He served as secre tary of the nonciature in Spain from 1883 to 1S87 in which year he was appointed secretary to the latB Car dinal Rampolla He waa appointed substitutesecretary state in 1901 and in 1907 he was elected to the post of advisor to the holy office The same year he was appointed Papal Nuncio to Madrid in succes sion to Monsignor Rainoldini but Hiis appointment was cancelled three days later This incidentoccurred just before he was made archbishop oT Bologna When lie was given the latter post it declared atRome that it was mainly with the object oE compacting modern religious ideas Bologna being headquarters of the national democratic league GERMANY ADMITTEDLY VICTORIOUS IN EAST BUT RUSSIAN ARMS INFLICTED CRUSHING FEAT ON AL1STRIANS IN ONE OF THE WORLDS GREATEST BATTLES PRUSSIA DE whose members advocated known as modernism in what is religion While at Bologna this year the new JPope issued a pastoral letter strongly condemning the tango It has been 1174 years since the time of the last Pope benedicte Mrs JVA WiJt Passes Away Homo on Water Street Alter In Illness Choice a Surprise According to local members oC the Catholic clergy the election oE Car dinal Delia Chiesa will b3 inore or lass asurprise tothe clergy as wel as to the world at large Rev Father Bucci assistant pastor or Holy Fam ily church says that he had reaC soma mention of the mint clioesn as the successor of Peter the Fiaher evening at her home on East Water man in connection with the possi street Typhoid fever set in but btlily of his being elected There has until the last her chance recovery j though been little thought of his After a siege of six weeks illness Mrs J A Wilt passed away last Garner Iowa Sept that broke out in Peck Implement Com panys barn in the rear of their ot their building on Main street here about oclock this morning des troyed five buildings in the business section entailing a loss oJ many thousands of dollars Five horses in the Peck barn were taken out so badly burned that those which have not already died will probably not recover The buildings destroyed were The Peck Barn Tile Peck mercantile build ings housing the implement stock part of which wns saved The Kntter building adjoin ing Pecks on the south occu pied by ArmoiitroaVs grocery and cliina store on the first floor and by apartments above Tiie fiimllles living up stairs barely escaped with their lives losing till their furniture and clotliing About half the Ar montroiit slock was Sivvetl The liush building occupied on tlio ground floor by Itallard Millinery store imd by the Wotxlmen lodge on the second floor Had Good Start The fire the exact cause of which is unknown wns discovered by Clair Maben and Howart Hunt who turned in the alarm It had then gained such headway that It could not be confined to the barn and spread rap idly though the firemen by hard work had it under control at a m Blazing embers fell two blocks so danger of other fires great and had the air not been calm several other blazes would certain ly haveresulted So much water was used in extin guishing the tire that Main street was flooded when the fire was fin ally under control SERVIANS REPORT BATTLE IN WHICH AUSTRIAN TROOPS WERE RENDERED HORS DE COMBAT KING NICHOLAS OF MONTENEGRO DETERMINED TO TAKE AND HOLD SCUTARI GERMAN GOVERNOR OF SAMOA SURRENDERS TO ENGLISH EXPEDITION SENT FROM NEW ZEALANDJAPS LAND 4500 ADDITIONAL MARINES AND SOLDIERS AT LUNG KOW Rome Sept telegram from Nish Servia says that in a hattle at Jadar between Austrians and Servians the latter put Auslrians hors de TwiO French aeroplanes enc three German aeroplanes over Paris last nighty but the Germans escaped There were no casualties London Sept 3 A dispatch from Amiens France to the Mail dated Sept 1 declares the Gerihans have taken pos session of Amiens after three days fighting Amiens is the capital of Sonume was good but her condition became suddenly worse yesterday until no chance of recovery remained Mrs Wilt was born in Webster County lowo March 31 1879 Her actually being elected The old Roman proverb that the man entering the conclave expecting Pope always leaves as a Cardi uai is recalled early days were spent there In j Tlva Patriarch of Venice himself Paris Sept 3 President Poincare and his cabinet have It ft for Bordeaux Ihe new French seat of government where they were scheduled to arrive before noon 1905 she was married to J A Wilt and the two moved to Clarion Iowa where they stayed three years From there they moved to Mason City where they have resided for last six years As now planned the funeral ser vices will be held morning at 10 a m El Wagner will have charge of the services PRINCE QUITS JOB Durazzo Sept William of Wicd has quit his new kingdom and sailed for TO HEBE WAR TAX Will Appear Before Joint Session of Congress With Special Messngo Tomorrow Special to The GlobeOazetto Washington Sept 3 President Wilson will appear before a joint session of congress tomorrow after noon at oclock to ask for a war tax measure to raise 000 annually This announcement was made following a visit oC Demo cratic Leader Undorwood to the white house in his message tho president will not advise the means of raising tho money Labor Day Plivns The refreshments and foods served in the city park on Labor the dance y K C hall scheduled for the evening are all to be in charge and under the supervision of tho various unions and the local feder ation of labor Representatives are busy this week Celling commutation tickets for refreshments and meals and also tioketfl for the dance In this way they hope to secure enough defray all the expenses the celebration MILITIA ARREST neither sought nor expected the ection in 1903 and his successor was found outside those who have been most talked of as the next Pope That he would bo an Italian was regarded as almost a certainty fior tlia state of affairs throxighout Eur ope is said to make It more desire able than ever that the church should not depart from its traditions Special to The GlobeGazette New York Sept riot aboard the German steamer Bluecher at An chor in the harbor oC ernambuco Brazil in which three of the Bluech ers crew and fifty of her eight hun dred passengers were killea was des cribed by passengers aboard the Bra zilian steamer upon her arrival here from Brazilian ports whence she sailed at the commence ment of the European war BUILDINGS WHERE ZKPPMIJN AIRSHIP DROPPED BOMBS IN ANTWERP to The GlobeGazette Butte Sept important arrests were made today by the Man tana national guard which has Butte under martial law Two men now leld prisoners are Alex known as the ibody guard of Muckle McDonald president of tUe new Min ers Union and Edward Evan talcen at the point of guns on tlieir way to the supposed hiding place of McDon ald The third man is Toe Shannon also prominent in the new union War Wilbur Vapaar formerly of this city but now of Chicago is visiting here at tho home of his parents on East Sixth street Mr Vassar has just come from a trip on the Groat Lakes and in Candn and on Maldnae Island and had some interesting stories of Canadlan preparation for war Every train practically according to Mr Vasser waa loaded down with Red and there was a very martial air throughout all the Canadian pro vinces Mr Vnssar will be here un til the latter part of JBE mm IN This view of Antwerp looking to ward tho North Sea shows thepart o fthe city in which the German Zep pelin dropped bombs killing a dozen or more innocent persona For two the city was bombarded and many buildings were destroyed It was believed tho Zeppelin was en deavorlng to strike the royal palace and wipe out King Albert and hi family The low land shown in the photo graph the ground which would be flooded Sn case of n siege by the German army The defense the city has been so arranged that the forts will protect H in front while approach would bo cut off from the rear by flooding the flat Jands witli about two feet of watos Money Orlor Olerk at Local Post Of fice Hits XIUTOW Kscnpe When CiuHnns Off Grade Sir Toseph Sheka chief plenipoten tiary oC the money order strong of the government at tho federal building a joy rider What is this swift ago coming to anyway Today Sir Joseph wears his usual smile but ho has a lucky heart boating great horseshoe rabbit foot beats in his breast because his turtle experionco with his automobubble last evening resulted in no serious injury Cor any one concerned Sir Joseph spent the day at Austin attending the fair Coming back ten miles south of Austin near a bridge he struck the bumps and before he could get the stenrlng gear tractable the cor had turned turtle in the ditch Joseph was vaulted thirty feet over the wind shlold into tho high weeds and Mrs Sheka and family scattered out with no Injuries and veiy little frightened The only real dangers the family folt until Joseph rescued himaaU fjgj mthe tall that some boys along would mistake his bald dome thought just peeping1 ailiove the growth of verdure for a fine target for due kon A far mer coming along helped the money order minion to right his machine and dragged it up on the road he drove in with his family as hap py as if no unusual incident had happened However he had to give the rest of his crow promise that tie wouldnt drive faster than thirty miles an hour tho rest of the journey i Absence of official announcements IVoni the capitals of tho belligerents is the surest indication thai fighting in the east ami continued without decisive results Such news patches as escaped the censors ended to confirm earlier offi cial claims and admissions that Iheticminns are pushing thcii right wing nearer Paris while tlieir left and center appear to he held by the French Ilussia is pressing forward in the Austrian provinces of Galicia after having taken the strongly fortified capital of Lem berg The Germans are admittedly victorious in East Prussia The Japanese are said to have occupied several islands near KiaoQiow have landed many additional troops Uithiii marching distance of that German stronghold in the face of protests by China King of Montenegro is reported as determined occupy Scutari The government of France is now established at Oordeaux Fioreign embassies and legations with the exception of those of the United States and Switzerland have also been removed from Paris to Bordeaux Military experts agree that Paris be the pivot of the hostile forces operating in the area of wests Even the downfall of the French capital it is believed would not end these operations The feeling of confidence among the allies was increased Hreally by news of the great victory of the Russians in Galicia Hejports from Pelrograd St Petersburg tell of the entry the Russians into Lemherg These appear credible as news of the defeat of lite Austrians comes fiiom a number of The battle of Lemberg was one of the greatest ever fought and evidently it resulted in a decisive and perhaps defeat of the Austrians The battle line extended 200 miles and it is estimated men were engaged SAMOA SURRENDERS London Sept from Wellington New Zea land declares that the governor of New Zealand has received word that the German governor of Samoa has surrendered nnd that he had been sent with other Gorman prisoners to the Fiji Islands Chefoo China Sept has landed 4500 additional man at Lung Kow today Of those forces 500 are mariens and tho others are soldiers Lung Kow is a new Chinese port 100 miles north of TsingTau in Kiaochow Between and Japanese troops have been landed at LungKow previous today The Japanese control the telegraph lines out of Lung Kow Queen Hehcknli Reception Tho members of the Queen Ilebek nh lodge tendered the trustees and the members of the advisory hoard of tho Orphons Homo a recoption last ovoniug givon at the 1 o O F horao A program was given nnd a number of talks made by the various the advisory aoard Tlxi members oC tho advisory board are the Mesdamcs King Pres cott Mrs Harding of Clear Lake rendered n very beautiful solo She was accompanied by Miss Lottie Keerl of tho lake At the closo of the meet ing delicious refreshments were served find tho company adjournod at ten thirty The out of town advis ory members of the board depart for their homes Friday   

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