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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                TWICEAWEEK WEEKLY WANT FURNITURE This is a good time to watch the want ads for secondhand furniture Many bargains are being offered i 1 i i i I r THE WEATHEU and Tuesday cooler tonight with possibly frost rising temperature Tuesday fresh winds PtEPOBTS BY WIEE BiCH DAY OF T OF THE WOELD TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS MASON TUESDAY FALL OF ANTWERP AND THE BATTLE IN NORTH OF FRANCE FOKGOT TEN TODAY TYLEh ON THE MOUND FOR THE BRAVES AND IS OP POSED BY BUSH FOR THE ATHLETICS WITH GOWDY AND SGHANG FOR THE RIVAL BACKSTOPS TODAY Tyler in the BRAVES TIED SCORE IN THE SECOND ONLY TO SEE THE AMERICAN LEAGUE OUTFIT AGAIN FORGE INTO THE LEAD IN THE FOURTHWEATHER WAS FINE AND THE CROWD LARGEBOSTON FANS WILD OVER TEAM AND OFFERING ODDS OF TWO TO ARRANGE Tito LiueUp Philadelphia Oct are the lineups BRAVES Moran rf Evers Connolly If Whitted cf Schmidt 1st Deal 3b Maranville ss Gowiiy c Tyler i James p batted for nth butting for James ill IJ ATHLETICS Murphy rf Oldring If Collins 2b Baker 31 Mclnnis ib Walsh cf Barry ss Sclumg c Basil Boston Oct sides and moderate temperature ideal play I10MB AGAINST THE EUS PLANNED MENTS FOR HANDLING TH FECT CROWD PRONOUNCED PER THE SCORE BY INNINGS ATHT FTICS 0010000020 04 BRAVES Boston 5 runs 9 hits 1 error Philadelphia 4 runs 8 hits 2 errors LtULttrl tiLv ng weather favored the third game of the worlds baseball series be tween the Philadelphia Athletics and the Boston Braves at Fenway parl oday other Aeroplane Sailed Over City This Morning and Drop Thrown Match in Close Proximity to Face and Hands of Railway Man I William Cort is suffering from ped Missiles at the Railway bad burns about his face hands CLAIMS DECISIVE GAIN IN THE CALVARY FIGHTS CLAIM FRENCH WERE COMPLETELY ROUTED FRENCH WAR OFFICE TELLS OF SAME CLASHES AND ALSO CLAIMS GAINS Station fly to third Barry up Strike 1 ball 1 ut pitcher to first Schang up Ball 1 ball 2 strike 1 wall 3 out second to first No run no hits no error up Ball 1 strike 1 strike 2 ball 2 out shortstop to 1 up Boston Oct 12 The schedule of os tlis worlds the games lY 0 to Boston Today and the third of the series between the Boston tional and Philadelphia Americans is being played on grounds of the Red The weather is clear and the Third Inning up 1 foul back ball 1 strike 2 foul back 2 out fly to first Mur Sox team warm Boston is simply crazy over reta showing of the Braves and m the private betting are quoted fa vorites at two to one that they will win the series The police arrangements are ex cellent and the big crowd was well managed If the Bostons worked a left hand pitcher Strunk was expected to be replaced by Walsh in center for tho Athletics and should Connie Made use a southpaw pitcher Manager hes out short to first No runs no hits no errors up Strike 1 foul back hes out third to first Evers up ball 1 ball 2 strike 1 called ball 3 strike 2 called hes out pitch er to first Connolly up Ball 1 ball 2 strike 1 called strike 2 foul to right out on a line fly to right No runs no hits no errors Fourth liming up Ball 1 Paris Oct German aeroplane at a quarter iast ten this morning dropped bombs between two railroad trains that were in tie act of pulling out of the northern railroad station The missiles did not explode and later were found imbedded tno feet in the earth Both railroad trains were crowded with passengers Ilan Aerial Defense UtLll u LJi na tfcuu ui as the result of an accident which occurred yesterday while he was working under his auto cleaning out the feod pipe that carries gas to the lights Gasoline had dripped from the carburetor making a little puddle near Cort Into this a follow who was lighting a cigarette tossed a lighted match When the gasoline blaezd up Cort was in such an awk ward position he was unable to avoid being burned US6 Stallings will probably play Mann and Gather in place of Moran and Connolly in the Braves outfield First Inning Murphy up Ball 1 strike 1 he doubles to Isft Oldring upOut on a sacrifce to first Mur phy on 3rd Collins up Ball 1 strike 1 called Colins hit to left Connolly muffs Murphy scoring Collins on first Trying Collins Baker up Ball 1 strike 1 trying for Col lins again strike 2 called hes out strikes Mclnnis up Ball 1 bai i i all 2 Collins out Hner to second Baker up Ball 1 strike 1 strike 2 oul back strike 3 out Mclnnis up trike 1 foul back ball 1 doubles to eft Held bleachers Walsh up Strike caled Walsh singles to left scor ng Mclnnis Barry up Trying to get Valsh at first ball 1 trying to get Walsh at first another try Barry out bird to first 1 run 2 hits no errors up Out second to first Fine stop by Collins Schmld up ball 1 ball 2 strike 1 ball 3 strike 2 singles to center Deal up ball 1 strike 1 out second to first Schmidt on second Maranville up 2 strike 1 called ball 3 Coll ns stole second ball 4 walks Walsi up Ball 1 Collins caught sound asleep at second pitcher to second 1 run 1 hit one error up Ball 1 baU 2 ball 3 Btrike 1 called strike 2 call ed foul to left foul back foul to left foul to left Out to second Ev ers up Strike 1 called ball 1 Evers singles to left Connolly up Strike 1 called ball 1 strike 2 foul to right ball 2 ball 3 foul back Out on a foul to 3rd Evers held on first Whitted up Trying for Evers at first ball 1 strike 1 Evers stole second strike 2 ball 2 foul back ball 3 out 3 strikes No runs 1 hit no errors Second Inning up Strike 1 called Walsh out pitcher to first Barry up Stike 1 ball ball12 out foul fly to 1st Schang up Strike 1 caled ball 1 ball 2 strike 2 called ball 3 Hes out fly to 2nd Evers made a catch nice one No runs no hits no errors Schmidt up hall 1 strike 1 called ball 2 strike 2 called foul back ball 3 foul back out 3 strikes Deal up Strike 1 called pu pop fly to 3rd Maranville up Strike 1 called ball 1 ball li ball 3 He walks Gowdy up Strike 1 Maran ville atole second Schangs throw was low He hits into the stand for two bases Maranville scoring Under the ground rules Gowdy was allowed only two bases Tyler up Strike 1 foul to left strike 2 called ball 1 ball 2 out short to first 1 run 1 hit no errors IJM Ll 111 ILL 1 1IH Ball 3 strike 1 strike 2 singles t short left scoring Schmidt Gowd up Ball 1 strike 1 ball 2 ball 3 ball 4 Maranville stole second an took third on catchers bad throw yler up BaU 1 Gowdy steals aec nd Maranville out catcher to third Irun 2 hits 1 error Fifth Inning up Out on ly to right Bush up BaU 1 strike ball 2 out third to first Murphy ip Ball 1 ball 2 strike 1 strike 2 ball 3 Murphy doubles to left Old ring up Ball 1 ball 2 strike 1 strike 1 strike 2 strike 3 out first Tyler up Strike 1 strike 2 strike 3 out Moran Out shortstop to first No runs no hits no errors Eighth Inning up Ball 1 out to pitcher to iirst Murphy up Ball 1 strike 2 out fly to center Oldring up Ball 1 strike 1 ball out on fly to right No runs no hits no errors up Ball 1 strik 1 out on hit to pitcher Connolly up Strike 1 ball 1 strike 2 out short stop to first Whited up Strike 1 all 1 out short stop to first No ruus no hits no errors up Strike ball 1 out shortstop to first Bak r up Doubles along right foul line Iclnriia up Ball 1 ball 2 strike 1 ut on fly to left Walsh up BaU ball 2 ball 3 ball 4 Barry up Strike 1 strike 2 bal 1 out foul Ely o catcher No run 1 hit no error up Strike trike 2 out third to first Deal up Ball 1 out third to first Baker made great play Maranville up out short stop to first No runs no hits no errors Tenth liming up Strike 1 ball 1 ball 2 ball 3 strike singles Bush up Ball 1 strike 1 strike 2 strike 3 out Murpry up Hit to pitcher who held ball too long Schang on second and Murphy on first Oldring up Out second to first Schang on third Murphy on second Collins ball 1 ball 2 ball 3 strike 1 strike 2 ball 4 walks Baker FIVE CELEBRATOKS nan Aermi ueieiise It was and costs for five Paris Oct of the over Sunday celebrators in police ampaign in the north of France court this morning Those who and th fall of Antwerp were forcame up before tho mayor were W gotten for the moment today by the F Brandon Tames jeople of Paris who spent their time McGruder Dan Smith and bianK discussing the tjirowing of bombs Maurer 011 the capital German aero planes as tho result of which threa persons were killed yesterday and I ourteen wounded At the same time officials adopted measures looking to the prevention of similar acts in the future The first thing done was the ap Berlin Statement Carries Inti mation That Clashes cBtwcen Horsemen Were For First Time Decisive CUBSSOX SCORE GERMAN STATEMENT London Oct dispatch to Reuters from Berlin via Amsterdam gives the folowing statement wind was issued last night by the German general staff Our cavalry oa Sunday com pletely routed a French cavalry d vision west of Lille and near Haze brouck We inflicted severe losses on another French cavalry division Until now the engagements on tha front in the western theatre did not lead to a decision About the booty at Antwerp ATTACKS IN ARRAS REGION FAILED rogiess Made in Center on the Highlands of the Aisne and in the Neighborhood of Ver dun Oct 12 The Cubs and rl used i n tl is fifth game no communications can be made as mation Blill fails neither can i ty series this afternoon was scoreless in the first two Cheney and Archer oppose Schalk as batteries pointment of General Hirschauer to take charge of the aerial defense of the city He is an aeronautic ex pert and he organized last year the a system signa Is es tab is bed aerial branch of the army ssrvice warn the aviation club to Later a anc o e army number of deputies met at now under nultary direction of the the call of Deputy Dsnys Cochin to consider various means of render ing the city more secure from aero plane attacks Droped Six Bombs Paris Oct was announced oficially this afternoon that a Taube had flown over Paris and approach of aeroplanes from a dis tance It is expected at all future attacks French aeroplanes will be ready to ascend immediately at the approach of the enemys airmpiv and give immediate fight Vailed to Kxplode Paris Oct of the sev eral uermau aeroplanes droned a information still fails neither can the number of British and Belglnti troops who crossed the Dutch fron uur c ftxert In the eastern theatre we re pulsed all attacks oC the first aiu tenth Russian armies on October 9 and 10 The Russian outflanking efforts by way oE Sehirwlndt Eas Prussia also were repulsed and th Russians lost one thousand prison South Poland the advance 0our aVuifea have reached an era down bombs Five bomb at Stouen a suburb of Par 8 aviators went up to pursue but the bomb fa ed 1 he erraail airlnen A new squadbomb landed within few leet o I alrcraft hftd been formed to largo gasojme ank containing with the German aviators and eighty thousand gallons of gasoline ULLLlLC t Uti i A i ii Strike 1 ball 1 ball 2 hit to second who fumbled Schang and Murphy scoring Oldring going to second Ot iclal scorer gives Baker a hit Me nnis up Ball 1 strike 1 out on fly o center 2 runs 3 hits no eror up Hits center ield fence for home run Devore up batted in place of Tyler Strike 1 ball 1 ball 2 struck up No runs 1 hit no errors up Ball 1 strike 1 strike 2 ball 2 out pitcher to first Moran up Strike 1 Out short stop to first Evers up Ball 1 ball 2 strike 1 singles to left Connolly up Out second to first No runs 1 hit no errora Sixth Inning up Strike ball 1 strike 2 singles Deal muf fed ball Baker up BaU 1 ball 2 hits into a double play second to short to first Mclnnis up Out thir to first No run 1 hit no errors up Strike 1 strike 2 ball 1 ball 2 out pitcher to first Schmidt up Ball 1 out fly to left Deal up BaU 1 strike 1 doubles to left Maranville up Out popup to catcher No run 1 hit no error Seventh Inning up Strike 1 strike 2 ball 1 ball 2 out on foul BASE BALL TONIGHT Weather being favorable the Worlds Series game as played at Boston today will be shown on The Globe Gazette window at tonight ball 1 ball 2 ball 3 ball 4 Evers up Strike 1 strike 2 ball 1 ball 2 sin gles to right Moran goes to third Connolly up The crowd is wild Ball 1 ball 2 Flew to center Morau scored Evers on first Whitted up Out pop up to third 2 runs 2 hits no error Eleventh Inning up Tames is pitching Out pitcher to first Barry up Out first unassisted It is grow ing dark at Boston Schang up Strike 1 strike 2 ball 1 tall 2 ball 3 ball 4 Bush up Strike 1 strike 2 ball 1 ball 2 strike 3 out No runs no hits no errora up Strike out on foul fly to catcher Deal up Out Ely to right Marranvllle np Ball 1 ball 2 strike 1 strike 2 Out third to first No runs no hits no errora Twelfth Inning up Ball 1 ball 2 ball 3 strike 1 strike 2 ball 4 walks Oldring up Ball 1 strike 1 strike 2 out pitcher to first Murphy on second Collins up Strike 1 ball 1 strike 2 ball 2 out on pop up fly to third Baker up Ball 1 ball 2 ball 3 ball 4 passes him purposely Molrinis forces Baker at second No runs no hits no error up Strike 1 ball 1 strike 2 Doubles to left came near clearing fence which would have won the game Gilbert up Gil bert bats for Jamea Ball 1 ball 2 ball 8 bail 4 Moran up Bunts in fornt of plate Schang makes wild throw Dowdy scores KAISER COKGKATUIjATTNG WHO TOOK TllE FORTS OI Pursuit Is prevented London Oct Daily Mails Ghent correspondent in a dis patch dated Saturday says The Germans have thrown a pon toon acreis the River Scheldt at Wettem and are pouring a large force northwards in the hope of cut ting off retreat from Antwerp In doing this they are weakening iheir defense of Brussels and are being met by a strong torce which Is com pelling them to retire In their ad vanca upon Ghent the Germans got as far as Loochristi they wore driven back to Lokeran at the same time a rapid advance on the south of the Scheldt toward Ghent was met with CT Nolle where they were again repulsed with the loss of a PRZEMSYIj BELIEVED London Oct dispatch from Amsterdam to Keuters says A telegram from Vieiiiio states it is officially announced that tho Austrian rapid advance bus relieved Przemsyl Galicia of the Russians The Austriaus havo entered the fortress at all points mid where tho Russians attempted resistance they were beaten The Russians flort in ttio direction of tho lliver San and arc attempting to cross the Sinavin and Lepnysk where a great number were Ijille Xow allttle Sccno Special to The GlobeGazette London Oct for aflood oE vivid details regarding the lull Antwerp the British public has been practically cut off from news from the front for twelvu hours It felt however tlmt events of tremendous moment arc either occurring or im pending in the area about Lille where the cavalry of the contending forces havo been In violent contact for a week Military criticsfor the London morning papers devote their space to speculation regarding the utility of Antwerp for German of fense or defense Most of them gree that unless Dutch neutrality la iolaled Antwerp will be no more se than in forwarding Germans or or the purpose making Zeppelin GERMAN IOSS HKAVY r naval raids on England than other laces in Belgium which has been oc supied for some time by the Invaders linglish Accused Berlin Oct general leadquartors tins afternon Issued a engthy statement in an effort to show that as far uaclc as April 10 1906 British military authorities were engaged in detailed negotia tions with the chief of the Belgian general staff and the Belgian min ister of war planning for the pos sible landing a British expeditionary force in Belgium in case of war London Oct to stated that the Germans lost mei during the attack on Kortrease Q Waeblem Wavre and Stoatherme at Germans says a Central News dis patch from Amsterdam The statement now Issued is based on discoveries just made in the gov ernment arcliieces at Brussels by BHITISJI IX GARRISON Berlin by wireless via Layvllle Oct general staff of the German army announces that in the beginning a very strong garrison de fended Antwerp with great energy but that after the attack by Ger man Infantry and marine divisions the defenders fled In full rout Among the garrison was one Brit ish marine brigade I Bendelow golf expert for a sport goods house will arrive In Mason City tomorrow to look after staking out the golf course at the local country cmi links H H Shepard returned from Chicago this morning where he engaged the ser vices of tho expert to take care of the work Mason City I Secretary of State Shoots and Kills While Mr Shepard was m Ch Lormov Board of cago he looked over several got operator courses and talked with many folf 1tiatoi experts At tho banquet of the SnrlnKrIpUi m Oct 12 Farm Mortgage Bankers mp Oct 1 Secre which Mr Shepard wont to Chlcafco J senatorial candidates primarily to attend he made the ac September primary and a quaintance o Charles F I ettyjohn operator of tho Chicago of OlAtho Kansas Is still HB well known enthusiast or t no garage middle west and is noa Uis residence The body was Mission Hills club Uity I thlg Woodg BPudelow witmcct the board evidently dead since yesterday No Mr Lsenueiow waa given and the only of directors spend thing which would indicate tha morrow and will i do btelly a nunmo of apers show a coupel of days in the city any oxtensjve dealings in grain a Chicago brokerage houao directors to pictiu short photograph of right and he constantly tries to the field since minimize this deformity Most pho shown herd tographs of him show him renting n Emmich his hand on the hilt of his sword i army at BO the deformity wUl he minimized But here the left arm is extended at unusual full length and the peculiarity Is t ar mis shown shorter than liis in t arrange a meeting with him will while hare stake out He the course look after the needing of tho grounds locate the huzraTls and make suggestions regarding the care oE the grounds He will also un doubtedly ofer valuable suggestions regarding tho maintenance and up Ucop oi tjjUrSlub environs HOSPITAL NOTES Mr Howe ot Sheffield came to the Park Hospital Saturday evening for treatment for an inflammation oj the knee joint Mr Glbbs also o Sheffield was operatde upon at hospital lor kidney trouble   

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