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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                Yon can rent anything from a small room to the largest farm by using a GlobeGazette Want A3 Phone 28 or 92 TWICEAWEEK WEEKLY EEPOBTS BY WIRE BACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS THE WEATHER tledthis afternoon f Unsettled this ivurmer Tuesday OL XXL MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER Sf 1914 No RIGHT WING OF INVADERS ON BANKS OF RIVER GRAND MORIN COME INTO CONTACT WITH FORCCES OF ALLIES DEFENDING PARIS TODAY faming Movement To South v Takes Place Of Fans Attack AIAUBEUGE STILL HOLDING OUT AGAINST ASSAULTS AND BOMBARDMENTS BRITISH CRUISER PATHFINDER DE STROYED BY MINE IN NORTH SEA WITH PROBABLY A BIG LOSS OF LIFE COMMANDER AMONG WOUNDED EARLY REPORTS GIVE LITTLE REAL DATA CONCERNING FORTUNES OF GREAT BATTLE NOW UNDER WAY London Sept official reports from Russia slate that the Russian troops are gradually siuToiuuling Przemsyl which will soon either surrender or be taken by assault Prze mysl is a stiong fortress 50 miles west of Lemburg Its fall would mean the loss by the Austrians of the last stronghold in Galicia It would clear way to the advance of the Russians westward towards a junction ol their forces on the east Prus sian frontier London Sept German right wing on the banks of life River Grand Morin today came into contact with the allied armies defending the roads to Paris Reports say the Gentians have divided their forces into Tour armies and are making a turning movement to the south father than pushing Paiis The town of iiiaubeuge is still resisting the German assault It is reported that the light cruiser Pathfinder of the British been blown up by a mine in the North Sea Paymas ter Finch was killed and the commander Captain Francis Leake was wounded Six junior officers and two petty officers are missing London Sept belief is growing that the great de cisive battle is being fought at Verdun the strong foitress of France on the river near the French frontier If the fourth German army inarching southward cuts off the retreat the French eastern armies which recently have been hold ing the Germans in check between a fortified fort town t4 miles west of Nancy and Espinal also strongly fortified and near the Alsace frontier it might repeat the coup which in 1870 drove General Charles Denis Sautcr Bourbanki and his army of men into Switzerland Hopeful critics are speculating on the that the German swing around to the south means an effort on the parti if the invaders to make sure of their retreat through the Mouse iistrict but more likely it is a scheme to strike such a paralyz ing blow to the French army as to render the investment of Paris i safe operation The southerly movement of Germans may ef feel junction of the crown princes army and the army of Ba varia Avhieli has been held on the defensive in Lorraine Thus the Germans would advance from the east and north in a vast enveloping movement destined to crush the allies right wing by sheer weight of numbers just as the allies left was pushed haclc during the last fortnight These preliminary movements if showing nothing else at least prove thai the Ger mans realize that a siege of Paris even its occ ilion is quite worthless from a strategic the allies are free in fhe field Corroboration of the above mentioned theory is con tained in a dispatch from Berlin which describes a battle in the difficult country between Verdun and Rethel as the decid mg conflict as far as France is concerned This dispatch states opposing forces are almost equally divided hut that the French have the advantage fighting fnom a defensive position of their own cliioosing Another significant factor is the general understanding that Emperor William in pelson is inspecting the field of operations In this neighborhood Reports disagree as to the PIIUJMHICMS but all agree that he is in the vicinity of he FrancoOnnan border The conflict in this region must lave decisive rcsulfs Capture of the great Frenchfortresses vould be a tMYiblr blow to France while a repulse of the Ger man army would give the French a chance to assume the of fensive a course needed on account of the moral effect in the western of war Meanwhile the mines in the North sea are are becoming siieh a mniarr hat it may he closed to navigation during the An admiralty notice recently issued gives therighl o pill out I he eosisl lights at any time which would make it difficult for liif German mine layers to continue their work London Sept from Ostend a correspon dent of thu Reuters Telegram Company says Iho Gorman casual ics in the fighting around Termondo 16 miles east of Ghent Friday and Saturday arc estimated at 5000 killed A number of German soldiers were drowned when the lykos around Termonde were cut Many German cannon were iost in the flood Continuing the correspondent says Germans advanced Sunday in n northerly direction from Brussels between Ghent inrl Antwerp Today all telegraphic and railroad onmmunica Jons beiveon hose towns is interrupted Several hotels in Ostend t e closed for fear of the arrival of the German in wlors tn enpapement occurred Sunday at Gordegcm south Ghent Belgian motorcyclists and gendarmes had a sharp engagement with the invaders that resulted in tho Belgians iotiring before superior forces A Belgian major was killed jfir the fierhtlner Autorlties Get Track of Kin of Voutig Russian Demented 5u cuiiso of Poisoning by Carbon Monoxide Relatives of Fred the demented Russian who was overcome last winter in a south side barber shop by monoxide because he closed the door of a bath room rank ing it air tight were discovered to day and an effort is being made to get the commission to authorize his removal from Cherokee that he can be personally oared for by his peo ple This is the first trace of anyone to the man that could be found and cume about in a purely accidental manner The relative that lias been found is a cousin Nick Nepkouen another Russian who came to this city from Minne sota about a week ago and has been working on the sewer gang in the south part of the city He learned of Fred from others of his coun trymen and on discovering that he was a relative started to take steps to get JFreds release from Cher okee where foe was taken about two weeks after being pronounced men tally deranged by the insance com mission Fred according to his relative has been In the United States but two years He is a man 30 years old and has a wife and three children in the old country The relative wlio is in the city has been in this country only a short time and can not speak English An interpreter accompanied him on the visit to the commissioners of insanity er Rentier Hepoivs to Police Station Hut ib Not Mini Sought by Relatives Smith of Nora Springs Injured Sunday in Collision With Car Driven by H Nelson An auto and buggy collision at Michigan streets Sunday evening about G oclock wrecked the buggy of Murl Smith of Nora Springs and Mr Smith but H Nel son the driver of the auto and an employee of the Vulcan iron Works escaped without injury to himself or the car Smiths injuries were only filight cuts and bruises though be might have been more seriously hurt hecause his foot Is in bad condition from a recent operation on the bone The buggy was tippod complete ly over and Smith thrown out The hood was badly bent and one spoke in tho wheel broken Smith demanded that Nelson be taken to the police station which Officer Randall who was one of the onlookers did but satisfactory ar rangements for a settlement were made without an arrest being nec essary The stories of the onlookers vary as to the cause but Nelson admitttd he did not blow his horn Smith was coming from the north on Michigan and Nelson from the west on Fifth Nelson it is said had the middle the road He said he turned all at tention to the appliance of the brakes He was upon the husrgy be fore he know it and realized that more benefit could be accomplished by apply the brakes than blowing the horn A wanted jnrd in the shape of a news item persons missing anu sought by relatives in serted at request oi the police in the brought a reply to Chief Snider last night Harry Lowell first of the four missing parties to report to Chief 01 Police nidor with refer ence to coinmuniriilimis that lie hart received from IVIL Lives asking for persons thought to bo located in this city It was not tliB Harry Lowell desired the one who report ed thought he was some relation to the sought The communica tion Chief Snider has is from a sis jter of Lotvolls The sisters name is Cora Lowell anil she sides at 133 avenue in Clinton Andrew R Kelly smother party wanted in a newspaper correspon dent who was employed by the Hearst Bureau in Washington D C The relative iuritiirinB for him is a brother Edward T Koily of De troit Mich Kelly is said to be 28 years oitl and to have been last seen July 27 when he started west from Washington to Detroit William K plant is sought by Wil liam A Peterson Chicago This came in a letter addressed to the chief of police and slmles that Pet erson has somo property interests that Plant will be interested in Miss Gertrude Slepneuson is sought by parlies residing at 537 Camybel street Ksinsiss Oily A was sent to her with the on the outside Una if she could not be the Icltev should bo tuiiiud over to the chioi or police to uor mi Must people arc of the impression thiil a sennb by tho cliiel1 of polico means soriiulhing This is not lite case in tliise incUuices ac cording to Chief Snider so far aa lip is awurc Every diiy Un jcols a letter froin some inothnr or relative tlipiij tr liyik ui thoir boy or relative who they is located iu tity but hjio not icon lioani from in niiuiu turn Tlio ehof finds people in tlr far locate any of the I In is derirons that anyone with infoniuit un a Unit persons or the IKISOIIK them selves with him EMPUKSS LEAVES Special to The GlobeGazette London Sept dispatch from Copenhagen to Central News says the German Empress sailed on Sunday for Danzig SOCIALISTS GO OX KKCOUD Special to Tlie GlobeGazette Paris Sept dispatch to the lavas agency from Home nays thai members oftho Italian socialist re form party met in Rome last and adopted resolutions approf the declaration of Italian neutriiii in the present war The meetiiur recorded its opinion that the victory of Great Britain and Russia would not only aid universal disarm ament but at the same time open tix way to the exchange of national opin ions and help the proletariat both socially and economically IIL also declared a victory for britain and France assured Italys predomi nance over AustroMungary in tht Balkan matters One PreiRlit 1 railed Near TJuild and Another m Monoim Hill Is MeekUnil Accident Chapter An east bound freight train wreck a mile east of lludd on the Milwaukee last evening fit C oclock threw four cars off the track tore up several hundred feet of truck and tied up passenger no 8 bound that followed the freight hour and a half No one was hurt and except the injury to the ears the damago was only slight There was a refrigerator loaded with watermelons a merchandise car and two empties among those that left the track Two of the cars were thrown out onto the right of way though the other two staid on the road bed and were only the rails The Mason City wrecker picked up the cars and everything was cleared up and the track back in shape at Wi early hour this morning Wreck oil East McGregor Sept cars of an east lioimcl Milwaukee extra left tho track on Monona Hill and though no one was hurt the cars were damaged somewhat and traffic along the division was delayed Passenger No 1 west bound was de layed a little by this accident llowell nucl Boy With Him lind Narrow Kscape From Injury Sutuiiiay Kveuing providing City who term arri Last opened o until tliij wil time thi have 1oen tomorrow been dism District Con it court will convene today ludKR Kelly or CbnrlES will uoriipy iioiieh this fca in hue to open up icrni which Ony did not start Korond fliy Afuvril work no I ilarl until that yciar The grand jurors summoned for 10 oclock but tho trinl jury have psfd for the first week Powdered There was an earthquake on Powder street At any rate th KtrtRt fijniratively blew up for thercs a big celebration ana some shooting so that the sheriffs out No one was hurt filed aninst Kpvfal of tho parties for disturbing peace KN TO MlTJl A Jj WK1CK roiiresenting the for oipn workmen if tincity will meet this nftrnooii with A L Uriel state lahor to discuss the mnuer in some of the men to live nnd also to dls CUSK I lie pndrone system that was sijinrlimo ago operated iviih rs ns victims It is liliijiJKd liim nbout half pas wi iind generally hope that fhn stnte nuthori niiist in the remedying of some of them Catholic Aid The members of the Catholic Lad les Aid of the St Joseph church met with Rev M V Oarclon at his home on Bast Drummond Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock A business held and the ladies voted pay a note for oOO aaidt from a nice sum In tho treasury At the close of tho meet ing Key Carolan assisted by Mrs Marorlty served delicious refresh ments Divlsioni nine nnd ton of Aid under the direction of the Mes dAmes Sam Randall and Prod Sols Iger will hold a bakery sale on Sat urday Marriago licenses liavo been Is sued Nyle Lockwood and Callle Bon ner and B J McCana and Fern Mr jjiiiili Vvharton the famous American nuvoliat who has been for sorno years residing In Paris has un dertaken to the Parisian sowing wnrnen who have been thrown out ot employment in conse arinA nf fho John lowell a school teacher and the ten yenr old son of Dun Johnson a prosperous farmer resid ing west of tho city had a irarow escape from a serious accident Sat urday tvuning when a dark car with out lights burning collided with tholr luitjgy when the Ifcffse bolted but esiayod unhurt The autoists drove on and did not offer help The horse was brought to a stop by Iho little Johnson boy who staid In the liujrgy and crawled out over the tbIlls and regained the reins got the number of the auto and hns sent to the state der art moil to cirn the owner He plans to trouble if a settlement is not made Alibi Burglary charges have been drop with reference to Will Belfmin ky B strange laborer arrested in front of the Bijou theatre last week beiaus be answered the description of tho farm hand wanted at Grafton for taking in money and some jewelry from two farm housos while Ihe families were at church Soifmin sky proved a perfect alibi Hilly Mcmle Won Word has been received from W H Emerson that Billy Mende won first money in the trot at the races at Austin Friday The Deacon won first In tht trot Mr Emerson is a ocal horseman and Billy Meade and The Deacon aye two of his best horses TRAVELERS SAVE LIVES Spocal to Tho GiobcGazeilc Grimsby Sept 7 Via Lon throe hundred people were rescued from the Wilson liner Huno by trawlers when the steam ship sink in the North Sea the vic tim of a contact with a mine at oclock Saturday afternoon and land od at Grimsby and Hull Sunday Prompt work of four trawlers the Silaninn Strethon Cameo and Prince Victor saved the lives of nearly all tliuse aboard the Ituno Wilson line officials say that all but twentyseven of the passengers are sate in port The Sihinion picked up 12S survlv urs practically all she could bold The Cameo saved nearly a hundred and the otlur two trawlers seventy The Runo wa i bound from Hull on a long trip across the North Sea to ArchAn gel passengers were mostly Russian from America re turning to Knssia with their women and children The boat hit the mine in midafternoon Saturday during fine weather Tho explosion was ter rific and a large portion of the Runo was shattered while a number of passengers were injured or kWvd The appearance of the four trawlers was very fortunate Find Stolon Horse A stolen horse belonging to Ralph Currier a farmer residing two miles north on Plymouth avenue was found by Deputy Sheriff Harry Knapp at Manly Junction this morning Tho horso was taken from Commercial streot shout 9 oclock last night where Currier loft It while in town The horso was tied up at Manly Tho officers believe someone desirous of catching a Manly train stole tho animal Search was atartod last evening and continued until a lats hour this PRACTICALLY ALL BUSINESS OF CITY SUSPENDED BE CAUSE OF THE LABOR DAY CELEBRATION WHICH IS BEING CARRIED OUT IN SPITE OF THE LOWERING SKIES Floats In Parade Show Much Effort And Pains Were Taken A L UR1CK STATE LABOR COMMISSIONER IS PRINCIPAL SPEAKER THIS MORNING AND E G DUNN WILL ADDRESS CROWD THIS AFTERNOON PREPARATION FOR IMAflON DIVIDED AMONG SEVERAL ALL OF WHOM DID THEIR WORK WELL UNION COMMIS SARY DEPARTMENT SERVE CAFETERIA MEALS AT THE PARK The speeches by StateLabor CommissionerUrick and E G Dunn which were to have been held at East Park this morning nnd afternoon because of the rain will bo given nt tho Now Tabernacle on West Filth Street at a oeloek tins afternoon The remainder of tSie program will be carried out us iar as the weather permits Led by the payor and commis sioners and a squad of Ma son City unions this morning pre sented the best rarsvde they have ever sent through Mason City streets The rain was not enough to prevent the march which follow ed as far aa Tenth street and then came down Main to Stnte The Mason City fire department would do credit to cities except for its size There were the two motor trucks and the big hook and ladder and the chemical and hose cart drawn by the spotless horses All worebeautifully decorated Over half a hundred autos and several hundred workmen took part in the par de Tho Electrical Workers headed by their big float on which was all late electrical appliances managed hy four young ladies wvis the first union in the arade There were twentyseven oE tho electrical workmen Next In order came tho barbers with their hair cutting float though the golden locks that were shorn had a strange resemblance to rope The barbers all wore white hats The steam fitters followed with nine There were five plumbers Four young ladies in an auto rep resenting the printers union led the twentyfour male typos that sur rounded their blackened devil like a very diligent body guard There were twentyfour brick layers who preceded tho carpenters who had the biggest turn out for they numbered fortyfive The car penters carried a big saw The trainmen mimberod ten and followed a red caboose loaded on an auto Tliij one of the very at tractive floats At tho rear of the unions and pro seeded liy Jeftors Boys hand of thirty pieces came the floats of the merchants ind manufacturers B B Hifjley led and was follow ed by that of the Lehigh Co Tho Hub and Mason City Bottling works both had their auto trucks in the parade Frank Goodman of the Kembie Floral Co had what was generally admitted as the beat looking float This was decked out in all kinds very attractive flowers Chambers Music Company had a player pinno inside their float E E White and the Taeob E Decker Co representing part of the meat Interests of the city camo next Aboard the Decker wagon were a number of live pbrkora that eexcited considerable merriment Tho M Schultz Piano the StudobTTfT Auto Unique Dye nnd Cleaning Work Trvitfovd Mualo Vance Music House Peter Eneling Peoples Laundry wero nil represented Tho Mason City Fuel Co paraded with an evidence that winter Is closo at hand for they had a big load ef coal Doc Yak thought to rep resent tho medical fraternity closed the wirado in a little red auto so closely representing the funny pnper pictures it looked as though clipped from yesterdays comic section Tho Floats In the parade each of the local unions were very well represented Practically all tho unions wore rep resented by appropriate floats Per haps tho most unique union floats In the parade wore tho harbors and the trainmen Tlio bnrhors float was a barber chair The float was well decorates nnd being unique was Nest In interest was the float ot the trainmen A perfect miniature caboose was fixed up with steps cupola and all the appliances of a real caboose and entered as their float It wag mounted upon an au tomobile and was one ol the beat of The electrical workers float was arranged with al kinds of electrical devices The printers entered an auto decorated with different color ed bunting and fliaga The carpen ters carried a huge saw and a ban nowith the emblem of their or der About 100 their order marched Because of the inability of a great many of the stationary engineers to get away they had only a small representation with no float The bricklayers marched In body The plumbers and two autos brilliantly decorated Behind each float tha members of the union which tha float represented marched together Crowd Is Largo Large croMds are In town for tha big labor day celebration today Tha mornings program went off practi cally according to schedule This partment lias charge of the dlnne cally according to schedule The program was to begin in the afternoon with the concert by the Boys Band under the leadership ot Prof Jcftcrs The band will fur nish music all afternoon The main part of the afternoon will be taken up with the sports There are about two dozen different contents with prices for each ont Two Union baselMll teams will come against each other at 1 oclock and Mason City and Austin will play at Han ford park at p m The final event of the day will be the big dance at tho K C hall The music will be furnlahod by tho Gates six pitco orchestra Rain may cancel the outdoor sports IIOOKKVLT AT NKW ORUSAN8 Special to The GlobeGazette New Orleans Sept Roose volt has arrived hero a two days speaking trip through Louisiana LABOR DAY Special to The GloboQazetto Washington Sept Wilson Labor Day motoring and golfing with Dr Grayson Itridifo Olub Mrs W E Brico will entertain tho members of tho Bridge club at her home on LCaat Fourth street Friday afternoon Appeals to Poles Special to Tlie GlobeGazotto Petrogrsul Sopt Henry Sien tho prominent Polish author who wrote Quo Vadis issued an appoal to Austrian Polos to fight with liUEsla Keep Troops in Colorado Rpccial to The Washington Sept depart ment officials today announced that preparations firo bolng mnilo to keep federal troops In tha Colorado coal field throughout the winter This Is tnkon to indicate that no prospects settlement oC tho strike havs coroo out of tho negotiations which nvtftmind nvfir several montha   

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