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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                WANT ADS Tho public service Want Ads by the hundred Use them and read them daily THE WEATHER Fair tonight and Friday not much change la temperature EBEOETS BY WIRE OE THE EVENTS OF THE WOBLJJ TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS VOL XXI MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 No 290 STATEMENTS INDICATE A TURNING MOVEMENT ON GERMAN RIGHT BERLIN CLAIMS GAINS AGAINST FRENCH CENTER Peroime Reported Taken by German and French In Spite of Desperate Resistance successes of the armies of the tulles which are attempting to turn the German right wing ore claimed in the official announcement at Paris It is stated the uUies on the western wing advanced consider ably and ihat Peronne has been tak en after desperate resistance Peronne is seventyfive miles north of Paris and twenty five miles north 6f tassigny near where the advance the allies was announced in terdays official statement The pasi tlon of Peronne indicates a movement of the allies left wing which was Jnuch farther Bbrilh than their main battle line The latest fiterman official advices state the 0 rmans are breaking through the allies center The turning movement of the FrancoBritish forces first directed against General Von Kluck In an effort to envelop his army appears from unofficial dispatches to have met added resistance from strong German reinforcements Cettlnje announced the Montenegrins had defeated the Austrlans capturing Pratzho near Sarajevo capital of the Austrian province of Bosnia Petrognad issued a statement say Ing that after the capture of Jaros lau Russian cavalry was pursuing the Austrian rear guard inflicting heavy ConsiderableV doubt regarding the exact situation In the eastern theatre of war as Pe trograd Vienna and Berlin reports the conflict A dispatch from Petro to aParis paper says the Ger jnans who drove the Russian In from east Prussia have in their turn been defeated and are j evacuating east Prussia to reinforce Sthe line from Thorn in West Prus to Kalisz In Russian Poland A news dispatch from Paris says inii Dtijo luo ineuBo neigncs la tne direction I among recently of Mouilly and Dampierre their fu rin Paris Is a senerol of the staff of rious attempts have failed m the rGeneral Von Kluck Unofficial re south of Woevre they hold a line of jports soy Zeppelin airships evident positions running fly reconnoltering have been sight ed from various points in Jutland JJenmark GERMAN SUBMARINE THAT SANK BRITISH CRUISER HOME SAFE MADRAS INDIA TARGET FOR KAISERS CRUISER Montenegrins Assert Town But Three Miles from Sarjevo jevo Bosnian Capital Has Been Captured Special to The GlobeGazette Berlin Sept wireless by way of Sayville says official an nouncement yesterday asserted the German artillery had successfully bombarded TroyonLies Parodies Gamp Koiuains and Uourville London Sept Benter correspondent at Berlin sends an of ficial report of German army head quarters dated last night that the right wing of the German west ar my had been engaged in battle with the French who tried unsuccessful ly to envelop it to the east of the Argonne region Varennes was cap tured and the attack is proceeding There has been no decisive action at any point German troops at tacking the French forts south of Verdun victoriously repulsed a vio lent counter attack made from Ver dun and Toul and across the river Meuse Heavy artillery was used against Troyon Parodies Camp Des Ttomaine and Imneville and was visibly successful In French Lor raine and on the Alsace frontier the French advance guards have at some points been repulsed WOEVRJB FIGHT wCENTER Special to The GlobeGazette Condon Sept In the fighting today centers in Woevre says the Bordeaux correspondent of the Times where the enemy is mak ing a serious effort to pierce the lines of forts linking Verdun and Toul To the of correspondent continues east of the Meuse heights ia the direction through Riche r and Llronvllle The general situation remains un court Seleheprey Announcement of Open Rupture Between Chiefs of Mexican II Constttutionalisfcs Causes Uneasy Feeling in Official Circles f in May Follow i l ft ra Special to Tho GloboGazette 1ft Paso Sept first battle of the latest Mexican revolution will probably occur at theold battle Igrounds of either Torreon op Znca tfecos if Gen Villas revolt against Gen Carranza results In armed revo lutlori Gen Villa wag forced to abandon an expedition to the assist ance of the Maytorena revolt and to Wny rushed forces south from Juarez iftnd Chihuahua Olty to meed what was reported as a strong force of Carranza moving north from Aguas Calientes At Zacotecas according to esti mates Gen Villa controls nearly for ty thousand troops Carrnnza Repudiated j Special to The GlobeGazette I Washingtpn Sept Villas repudiation of Gen Carranzas as first chief of the Conati army in charge of execu tlve power in Mezico spread a sinister In offieial circles today j While officials admitted the situa was a threatening one they were without hope the trouble would lead to a physical clash Villa In Revolt Bpeclal to Tho GlobeGazotto Washington D Sept eral Villa has telegraphed Gen Car jranza disavowing the latter as first tcUief of the constitutionalist army In I charge of the executive power In ilox jjco This wna announced In a gram from General Oarranza last ihight to tha constitutionalist ageircy fhere KSdtieral Viija at the aamo Ujno gates would participate in the na tional convention called for Oct 1 at Mexico City to designate a provision al president The exchange of telegrams result ed from Gneral Carranzas order to suspend railroad communication be tween Aguascalientes and Torreon until he could learn whether or not Gen Obregon commander of the di vision of the northeast held un der arrest by Villa Villas Reasons Special to The GloboGazotte Washington Sept to official Information Villa was wil ling to have Carranza become provi sional president or resign now and run for the presidency later Villa ob jects however to Carranza doing both Wilson will continue his watchful waiting policy and allow the Mexicans to work out their own destiny providing rights of foreign ers are nottransgressed it Is said here TROOPS TO COMB HOME Special to Tha GloboGaaetto Washington Sept was of ficially stated at the white house to day that the latest troubles between Carranza and Villa would not alter the plans of the United States re garding the withdrawal of troorte from Vera Cruz or the status of the embargo on arms No date been fixed for moving tue troops II Is said Wilson takes the position that Oarranza and Villa must settle their dlfferencaa without Interfer ence oi tho United Statete and tho presence ot troops tat Vera J3jyw THE SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTS A PLAN FOR THREE EN LARGEMENTS REVENT HAPHAZARD SELECTION OF JOBS Employment and Educational Bureau Will Help Students to Places They Can Fill Night School and Physical Training Plans for establishment of an em ployment and educational informa tion bureau to assist students In se lecting the work they want and for which they are most fitted help em ployers to get desirable help and oth er similar services and for evening or continuation schools have beau iftopted by the school The board also suggests increased use of the facilities the gymnasium offers Issue a Statement A highly Interesting and imporfc mt statement covering these subjects Issued b ythe board following Its last meeting is as follows To The People of Mason City The Bjoard of Education desires io call your attention to the steps they are taking to guide and advise young people regarding their future careers in life and to provide for them the systematic training in com mercial and general lines that will fit them for the occupation they wish to follow and also for the duties of citi zenship Employment Bureau It haa been a matter of frequent complaint that through lack in formation or guidance young people are apt to take up casual employment which though they are remunerative for the no Veal prepa ration for earning a living later in life The temptation to put a child into the first opening that presents itself is very great Due regard is oft en not paid to the capacities of the boys and girls concerned The result Is that many take up work that Cords no training and is without pros pect while many others are forced Into trades and professions for which they are unsulted This causes large waste tothe community at large and misery to the individual directly affected In order to put an end to this by cooperating with the parents and public spirited men labor organiza tions commercial organizations and employers the board is establishing an Educational Information and Era ployment Department The functions of this department are as follows To supply information with regard to the qualifications many re quired In the various occupations In the city the rates of wagea and the conditions of employment To give information about the Evening or Continuation School To advise parents as to tae occupations for which their sons and daughters are most fitted when they leave school To keep a record of vacancle3 as Intimated by employers and to ar range suitable candidates for the same This department la located in the high school When the Evening School opens parents or others In terested may call in the evening Evening Schools Boys and girls soon forget much that they learned when they were in the day sohols if they have no op portunity of extending tho knowledge they have already gained The board wishes to Impress on the parents the importance of having their chil dren entering these continuation saliools as soon as possible after leav ing the day school This applies with greater force to the parents of young people who hava left the day schools for some time These continuation schools will also offer courses that will aid in making the young man and woman not only more proflcieni in thetrade they are following bu1 also fit them better for community life and lioma life Details of the course of study will be announced soon Physical Training The board possesses in the high school gymnasium and bath facilities No arguments need be given on the beenflts accruing to those who take advantage of this opportunity In or der to make tho best use of these far ctlltles we suggest that the young peo ple organize clubs Schedules then be made whlflh will Inoludo a series of basket ball or kindred games between the clubs It Is hoped that the young folks wl take the Initiative and form clubs immediately For any further Information call the high school Washington D Sept Carranza lioS Informed the ITniftxi States lie will not attack Villa tjut will order his forces to bo on tho cto fensivo and resist any attack said Hie convention wfe QcbPg NEWSPAPERS FROM FATHERLANDREACH OATtL ABENDROTH RECEIVES COPIES OF GERMAN NEWS PAPERS OF SEPTEMBER 3 BOYS PliAnNGAT WAH GAME BECAME TOO REAIj FOli POLICE One Boy Taken Homo After Way Half Dead So Eberfeld Author tues Say Practice Must Stop German school hoys during their vacation time have been playing at war so vigorously and realistically hat one at least was carried homo half dead according to tho General Anzelger of Eberfeld aud Barman prosperous twincities of the Father and copies of which were received today br Carl Abendroth jani tor at the office The story which occupies consider able space goes on to say that the po lice intended to arrest and fine the parents if the boys rough play is not stoped Part of the story about the school is as follows War Game of Our School Children Unfortunately the vacation ames of our school children are of bad reputation and war games are ENVOY 10 VIEWS HE mm A RUSTEM DEY TELLS WIL SON HE WILL NOT ALTER STATEMENT MADE WILL LEAVE COUNTRY AVITHIN NEXT FORTNIGHT Compared Outbursts Again the Christians in Turkey With Lynching of Negroes in Unit ed Slates Washington Sept Rustem Bey Turkish ambassador has in formed President Wilson he does not alter the views lie recently expressod in an interview and will leave the United States within a fortnight The announcement of the withdrawal substituted by them for all other Uf the Bey caused profound sensa amusements In itself there would jtton in diplomatic circles Coming not be any hard but it is natural hiat such plays under ever increas ing interest oE indiscreet guidance could result into a most dangerous disorder Of this one could have obtained the beat evidence by tak ing a walk through tho Oppholf Westerbusch on the last few af ternoons around tho hills and meadows were swarms of armed hordes playing war among themselves with a zeal that changed the maneuver to an apparent war becoming quite dangerous A few cf tho heroes were armed with popguns others of want of woodeu and metal sabres were seen pro vided with Older peo ple have attempted to put a stop close on another diplomatic interview yesterday of which the administra tion immediately took cognizance that of Baron von Schoen of the Ger man embassy dwelling upon the pos sibilities of war between the United States and Japan It was interpreted as an Wilsons determin ation to silence comment by foreign diplomatists considered dangerous to the neutrality of this country The Bey in an inter view had criti cized the sending of American war ships to Turkey in connection with the report of the uprising against Christians The Bey refuses to discuss the ac tion further than to say he asked his U O LLCiii IJttJU l BtWiy to these plays in a less commending eoverament for a leave of absence which he Is certain would be granted manner A woman residing on Arndt street furiously struck a boy with her club on the kneecap in juring it seriously In this Battleof Opphof anoth er boy was eight or twelve Zouaveg down r 1 this being due by hurling stones at No sensible person can deny the fact that such a mischief which can be observed in all parts of the city can lead to great accidents And any one who has seen these school children in their war games evident ly agrees that a short ultimatum be sent to them which would compel them to put down their arms where as on the contrary an energetic bombardment on tho outer Sperr foot can be expected The best and most effective means would be to order the police authorities to prohibit such a play in order not to disappoint a mother whose husband is in battle and may be killed through the seri ous consequences ot such games War News Now God Alone Be is the main headline on the front page over the news of the falling of some of the French forts near Amiens It Is Interesting to note that the Asso ciated Press carried this report the same day it was published in Ger many A Paris dispatch in the Gazette that day reported the taking of Amiens by the German forces and in other details of the war news and of other days the news of which oan be checked in both the German and local papers its news of the war con firms closely to that appearing close to the seat war are requested to stay near the consulate that they may be furnished transportation to leave the country The Kaiser was reported to be on the battle field near Metz There is comment on tliemoral effect the 42 centimeter selge guns had on the enemy and a military revlaw comparing the war with that of 1870 by General Von Blume The local pages were well filled with a leading story about making ar rangements to extend credit to work ing men through the banks Tho mas ter carpenters at a meeting tho night before had turned marks Into this fund and other lines of business were following suit to tide the work men over any time of need by means of loans and would leave for Constantinople within ten daye In his interview recently after criti cizing the sending of ships to Tur kish waters he said whife massacres had previously occurred In Turkey they were thaaame acts as any ple might commit under provocation He cited a lynching of negroes and water cures in Philliplnes as illus trations reminding the American people of those incidents When ask ed If he cared to alter his views Bey replied to the administration thai he did not that he would leave in a fortnight Carboy Containing Ten Gallons of Ni Acid Overturned Passageway in Tunnel Special to Tho QlobeGazctto Jersey City N Sept thirty persons were overconve by the fumes of nitrio acid today In a pas sageway leading to the Hudson tun nel tube station when a carboy con taining ten gallons of acid toppled over In tiia Erie railroad station here pouring the fluid down the corridor Three persons are In serious condi tion Scores of persons were made un conscious and hundreds became III In most of the cases the victims did not become unconscious or 111 until a half hour after inhaling the fumes Tha police averted a panic among the stricken AVOtTLD PATCH BREAK Special to Tlio GIoboGazotto Mexico Olty Sept are being made here to patch up the break between Villa and Cariunza Officials tried to conceal the break but the news leaked out causing a sensation among military men General Gohzales chief of the army of the east telegraphed Villa eight reasons yiby he should remain friendly to Oarranza SPECIAL STYLE SHOW AND FASHION EDITION The Fall Stylo Show boing planned by tho merchants of this city will opon on Wednesday September SO at which time the authoritative styles of the season will bo offered and displayed Tho pcoplo of the Middle West are crops and good prices have ijmde this part of the country confident of the future For thi8 reason the merchants of Mason City should prepare themselves for a good fall trade and plan to aolicit the trade of this prosperous community through the columns of The Just now special interest La being shown in tho Fall Stylo Shovf and Fashion Number of the GlobeGazette which will be issued next Friday Sept 25th Every morcnant In Ma son City should be represented in this edition 28 or 32 fOK the ad man to get copy early BROWN REACHES EVERY ONE WITH CLEVER ANI MATED TALK ELEVEN HUNDRED HEARD DISCOURSE LAST NIGHT Singing of Choir Leader Ciirrv Brings Tears to Eyes of Many Hein Opens Services Eleven hundred people poured In to the tabernacle last night to hear Evangelist Brown tell how he would reach the Clever and animated in his method of address Brown reached every one The sweet music of church hymns old and new gripped the attention and won the hearts of man ya lis tener Mr Curry sang My Hoav jnly Father Watches and while he sang Ovor heads were bowed and here and there a hand was seen to furtively brush away a tear Rev Hein of the German Methodist church offered a prayer full of praise and thanksgiving To shake the city shake the church to shake the church shake tho family shake the Individual If the heart Is pure peace will ba found there This was the burden of Evangelist Browns wonderful ap peal from the platform in the tab srnaole last night Eleven hundred people sat spellbound during bis In speaking of the home he said The tragedy of the home to day Is found in the fact that fathers busy at the office lodge or club mothers busy at the club or social duties and the children in this day and age go to the streets at ten they go to seed ut twelve and fourteen aud they literally go to the devil at fourteen ana sixteen den of It was tfcat a pure heart Js a peaceful heart and peace cannot exist in the midst of suffering and crime neglect aud vicious actions He said it was the business of indi viduals to know what conditions are it is the business of the church to know what conditions are Do you want a revival that J I will shake the entire city 1 you do then you must pray to shake the church to Its vety I foundations If you ever shake14 the church you must first bail right In your few you Mr Brown said that the religlun of Chriat was unlike any other ligion He spoke of tho Moham medan who would fall with his face toward Mecca and pray fervently when called to prayer but a minutes later would murder for a dollarThis he said was a type of religion Ho referred to religion of pomp and form anrl ceremony as white washed ras The religion of Chriat Is first pure and therefore unlike any other religion Accordingto him it ia not a great gathering of souls that the Mason City churches need What they need Is purity of heart in their membership He told of an old man characteristic of a many church members fied atter this manner Evangelist Brown Is an energetic speaker he works hard when lie talks and last night he was ex tremely earnest In his appeal on be half of those who are sufering withlu the limits of this beautiful little He challenged true the Christianity of the people in the churches when they alloiy such con ditions without the support of the church In such a movement and that the church could not be ex pected to move unless the indlvld ual was pure fa heart Hlg text last night was taken from the third chapter of James the 17th verse and the bur great who testi I thank Goa I have been in the harness forty when an old woman spoke up from the other etde of the room and said Yes but youve never worn out anything but the holdback If you want a revival to move the whole town It is Brovrpa theory that you must dig down and laya foundation ol a thor oughly revived aud consecrated church Over and over again he repeated the formula by which Mason City must be reached great revival is to be had Reach the individual in the church and the church will stir the city Ac cording to Mr Brown this Is the possible method by which city may be stirred Ho asked every one present who believed in the power of prayer to meet him pa the following proposition Will you go home and find a space on the floor large enough so that you caa draw a circle around you and this revival that we are hoping for let this revival begin right inside this With this message he sent the people home convinced that they must bo right themselves if the city is to be moved Spends Night in Hunt for Missing Young Woman Who Walked Out of Her Place of Employment Yesterday Former Sweetheart Suspected Says He is Not Implicated Disappearance almost on the eve of hor wodding day of Miss Esther Schmidt a clerk at the Sterling has furnished a new mysteny for the po lice to solve and kept police offi cers B W Veacb her fiance tho man who lost of his honeymoon money recently and others on a search that lasted all night and has Btlll proved fruitless today She ia tho daughter of Mr and Mrs J Sohmldt 421 North Jackson Ijbft After Dinner Miss Schmidt whose wedding with H W Veach of Sheffield was to have occurred Sunday dropped from sight yesterday Just alter noon and has not been heard of since ac cording to the story told to the po lice by her brother last night and corroborated this morning About yesterday morning Miss Schmidt came home and sup posedly went back to work She did return to the Sterling changed her dress it is said and told one of tho clerks she was going out lor a few minutes Later in the aftornoon when W H Nelson of the Sterling came to look a clerk one of the counters ha found sho was gone Inquiry showed tho girl had been gone for sometime and she has not been heard from since Wjien the story of her disappear ance got to tha clerks at the store they Immediately said she had gone to be married This story was lotmded on the fact that shehad toid pome ot tho girls aho woa go ns to marry B W Veaoh a farmer living near Sheffield on Sunday ysaon was telephoned tobut he sold ning he came to Mason City by auto and the night searching for his missing fiance Charles KurtKbender is another man who figures in the casa He was a former admirer ot Miss Schmidt but she decided she pre ferred Veacb much to his disap pointment it ia stated On this account suspicion rested on Kurtzbender for a while last evening but he was In the city dur ing the entire lime Hart No Money The girl was about 5 feet 10 inches tall and was dark with black hair and dark eyes It was claim ed she had no mpney with her when she left but this IB not definitely known nor is there any accurate de scription of the clothes she wore available Veach is the man who Sept 9 lost from his pocket wnlle going from Michigan avonue to Main street on Ninth lie told the police at that time ho especially wanted to find the money since he was go ing to bo married within a short tlmo Continue Search E W Veach Hanca bj Miss Schmidt and her brother have spent tho entire day searching the clfcy for clues to hor disappearance It is believed they have found a clue to whore she la located In the ap pearance of another man ia the case Tho theory that tho girl was either kidnapped or at Wat per suaded to leavethe olty by Homo third party seems to be the olue en the moat Mends H   

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