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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                WICEAWEEK WEEKLY SEM STOVKS NOW This Is the of the year to scH stoves and the best medium to use Is The Globe Gazette Want Ads Try them for a few issues i THE WEATHER 1 Incrcusiiu cloudiness I with showers i Friday in west portion I I lonlslit cooler west ior 1 I tiou Frliluy 1 EEPORTS BY WIRE EACH KAY OF THE IMPORT ANT EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS VOL XXH A JASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBfiK 22 1914 No 11 TAKE WITNESS STAND MRS OAllMAN TO GIVU HER VER SION OF MURIfiH STOIIV TO JURY THEACMODS CHIEF 1EKENSK CLAIMS CRIME THAT OF UNKNOWN MAN Remarkable Progress Made in Trial of Doctors Wife for Murder in Xew York Court MAGNA BKLlj 1AYS PENALTY FOR INCITING TROUBljK FOR KAISER EVACUATION OF OSTEND BY GERMANS IS REPORTED BY LONDON TO DAY THE GERMAN CLAIMS OF AD VANCES MISSING IN RE PORTS FROM BAT TLE SCENES fp RRITISH WARSHIPS TAKE ACTIVE PART IN FIGHT Kfember of Allied Army in Hie North Says it is Expected that Brussels Will be Reoceupied Soon Army London Oct of those who make uo the allied armies ii the fighting zone in the neighbor hood of the Belgian border is quot ed as having said yesterday We shall most certainly be u Brussels under a month I myself expect in a This probably represents the mi pression obtaining here even thoug in the mass of vafrue assertions r gardhig progress oE fighting on vas line from the North Sea to tli Rhine there is to be found littl proof of any specific success so de cisive as to constitute victory or Is teat Special to The lioaaon Oct thatth Germans have evacuated Ostend an weer retreating toward Bruges an BENCH WAR OFFICE SAYS ALLIES HAVE HELD OWN Violent Attacks in Many Quar ters and Partial Attacks in Others Have Been Repulsed pecial to The GlobeGazette Washington Oct 33 Tho German embassy lias received the following wireless from Ber lin The official headquarters report of October 21 says heavy righting is still continuing in tho Yser canal and that the en emys artillery is supported from the sea northwest of Nieu port where German artillery disabled one British destroyer Fighting is also proceeding west of Lille where the Gentians have taken the offensive and re pulsed vhe enemy at different points Two thousand English were made CONTRACTOR ID BE Over Spent in ast Pew Days on Cement Pavements by City Coin in issioners Special to The GlobeGazette Mineola Oct Carman is expected to take the stand in her own behalf in the murder trial late this afternoon Attorney Levy making the address for the defense said in part We will prove that this crime was not commit ted by rMrs Carman but by a man whose motive we do not French Statement Paris Oct 22 Official announce Commissioner of the de partment of streets reports the ex penditure of over in repairing the pavements about the city The repairs were made on South Super ior West Fifth East State West State and South Washington The city will attempt to hold the con tractor and his bondsmen liable for tho repairing done but he is said to be going to fight the matter The city how contemplates the repairing of other streets where cement pav ing had been laid In talking to a reporter for the GlobeGazette this morning Mr Stan bery stated Quite a number of taxpayeis of the city have shown an interest in the repairs now being made on the cement pavement and have asked regarding payment and cost Be lieving that it is of general interest we desire to make this report Upon advice of the city attorney this work has been undertaken The Question of responsibility of payment is in issue The city is holding George Gabler the contractor and his bondsmen should make the re Qabler resists this Af ter the Work is done thenthe city will be in position to sue for pay ment Some of the streets were get MISS OURRIE BETTER TODAY Miss Hattie Currie who is seri ously ill as was reported yesterday is said to be somewhat better today She has been ill for sometime and her condition has been alarming to her many friends BROWN CURRY MEETINGS ENDED WITH SERVICE AT TABERNACLE LAST NIGHT RALLY SERVICES AT CHURCHES TONIGHT WAS NATIVE HEAD OF TITK GERM AX KAMKRUN KUGION Jf 1 Announcement Is Credited to Ger mans Civil Governor of tho Terri tory in Question AIL NATION POSSE Two Killed in Fight Between Band its and Canadian and Officers Near Border American Expected That Popular Evan Will Return to Mason City Witliiu the Next Two Years Special to The GlobeGazette Elaine Oct men were killed and several wounded in a fight between a posse of Canad ian and American deputy sheriffs customs officers and immigration inspectors and five outlaws suppos ed to have robbed the First National bank of Sedro Woolley of last Saturday The robbers killed a boy while firing on citizens in the street before the bank Church rallies will be held at follows Baptist church corner State and Superior streets B M Osgood pastor Congregational church corner Michigan and Sixth streets J W Welsh pastor Metho dist church corner Washington and Seventh streets J E Wagner pastor Christian church corner Ninth and Main streets G H DaVoe pastor Presbyterian church corner Wash ington and Marna street L C Coo ley pastor Evangelical church coi ner Fifth avenue and Brice streets J H Engel pastor Special to The GlobeGazette London Oct dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Company from the Hague says that Magna Bell a native chief of German Kamerun has been executed because he attempted to foment amoung the natives a rebellion against Germany Tho announcement of this is credited by the correspondent to Herr Ebermayor German governor of Kamerun Kamerun is a German colony ot Western equatorial Africa with an area estimated nt square miles It has a population estimated at of whom less than are whites Administration of the colony is by an imperial govern or whose seat is at Buea FORMAL RESOLUTION TO THAT EFFECT ARRANG C ED BY MAJORITY LEADERS SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS TALK OF FILIBUSTER Wnnl Cotton Relief Legislation Report of War Revenue Bill Accepted by House ment issued this afternoon says the illff jn such bad condition that it that their West Flanders army from positions occupied by the allies in deemed absolutely necessary to of the coast soiun u the of the coast soiun u Belgium and northern France have do tho work which has been under Courtrai is being hammered into a been malntained rl splte of violent taken All cement paving will be attacks of the enemy The text of the announcement follows Where the contraction and expan sion joints are found deepcut they On our left wing German forces jiave been cut out as large as the de in considerable strength have zig line seemed substantiated In the absence of claims from Ber lin of advances the opinion here is that the fighting among the canals of North Belgium is showing results fa vorable to the allies At any rate llie Germans at one point have been driven back as far as Thorout and some dispatches say that their com munications in the middle of West Flanders have been so disorganized that troops from Ghent are march ing direct to Courtrai rather than join their comrades to the north who aie in danger of being cut off From Berlin Itself came a report that Brit ish ships are shelling Ostend while another dispatch said guns of war I Argonne dIS vessels had destroyed the village of f Parl soutllwest oE the canal between Ostend i in the regon of Maian repaired Charged With Attempted Murder Ottumwa Oct David Scott a colored coal miner at Bear Creek has been arrested by Last night the evangelistic meet ings came to a point where it was necessary to close The last meeting of the campaign at the tabernacle closed at eleven oclock last evening It had been a great meeting There was a good crowd a large number came forward Brown and Curry were tired but were right on the job Sir Brown left on a train for Siloam Springs and will be back in Cedar Rapids for the opening of that campaign Sunday morning Mr Cur ry remains in Mason City until Satur Two boys from Cartersville one Goldio Paulett aged 12 and the oth er Harry Howard said to be a tramp boy left there just after S oclock last evening and arrived in Mason City at The Cartersville con stable asked the local police to look up the boys as Paulettes parents wanted him to come hone The boys were armed with a shot gun and made the fatal mistake of telling the brakomau they intended to take an early morning train north out of a result the pair of wanderers were found by the police about 0 oclock this morning and went back to Cartersville Deputy Sheriff Morrissey charge of attempt to kill on the Scott is wanted in Peoria for the crime which was committed in March 1913 His white wife is the victim of the stabbing charged of which Scott is hole is thoroughly clean tinued their violent attacks a cement washing daubed in and larly in the vicinity of Dixmude then a cement mixture of one part Warniton Armentiers Radingham to two parts sand is filled in and Labassee but the positions is covered and left in this con cupied by the allies have been mainQttjon about a week Where this work has been done the patch is tained On the rest the front the weUp AH of these defects emy lias delivered only partial ago far have only shown up at con tacks and these all have been retraction and expansion joints The pulsed particularly at Fricourt to of the paving shows no apprec the east of Albert on the plateau able wear to the west of Cradonne in the thejoints are not much here the cracks are is being used This is on the canal between ustena ln the regon of the Mica Insulating and Bruges 1 court in the Woevre district in the Co tnis cjty at a cost of 15 cents The Germans are said to have had direction champion and at a gaUou The company also fur at point southeast of St Mihiel hos free the big kettle in which Arrested on Wifes Charge Council Bluffs la Special In default of bond Walter R Johnson a Burlington railroad employe was placed in jail today to await hearing on a charge mads by his wife that he tried to force her to drink poison with in tent to kill her day Special lo The GlobeGazotlo Washington Oct 22 Adjourn ment of congress at i oclock to night has been arranged by the ad ministration leaders in both houses Formal resolution to that effect is prepared There are some rumblings of a fil ibuster by the southern members who want legislation to relieve tha cotton situation but the Democratic leaders seemed sure of their plan when the conference report on tha war revenue bill was finally brought in by Majority Leader Underwood and one hour allowed for discussion Reduction of the tax on beer and elimination of the five cents a gal lon tax on rectified spirits removed practically all opposition The final agreement on the bill was reached by a strict party vote Republicans voting against it The conference restored the house provision that the new taxes go into effect the day after the passage ot the bill The report was adopted by a rising vote of to 52 Asked to Return A vote was taken asking that PARALYSIS CAUSE OF S their headquarters at Slype SUils only a few miles northeast ofi Q Ule Forest oj Ally Slype where in the former war the f HlQllUO I the tarvia is heated In a number British fleet the French achieved victory ovor It is clear now that We have made slight progress oities jn the East especially in De 2 Argonne district and in fJl3itroit this system of caring for the A the southern part of the Woevre m tha forest of ships have been playing an important part in the warfare along the coast The admirality officially an nounces that the monitors Severen not only bombard the German position south of Os tend but landed detachments of marines with machine guns It ported from other sources that elevwith a report that the German fleet pavement k is en vessels in all are taking part in is off Falsterho Sweden is amongoughly dry when Una worK Kaiser III London Oct that Emperor William of Germany is ill Li JJ roads is used The places to be fill ed are thoroughly cleaned out tarvia is poured into the cracks and al lowed to flow over an inch or two and then a light coating of sand is poured on The tarvia is poured hot at a high heat temperature The Life of Well Known Wcmum Hurts Coming a Shock to IJelutives and Friends Hitting her via Paris This very the operations Curiously enough the monitors that retain that title from Lin colns Cheesebox of Civil war fame 30 far have apparently been able to dodge submarine attacks How German submarines got to Ostend is unknown but presumably they crepe down the Dutch coast submerging whenever sighted by the British pa trol and then picked their way care fully through the British mine fields Fleet Aiding London Oct 22 The Amsterdam correspondent of the Daily Chronicle in a dispatch dated Wednesday cerning the fighting on the Belgian coast says For three days British warships have been bombarding the German troops who are trying to reach Nen a large crop of unconfirmed reports that London populace is discussing Attacking1 Tsins Tail New York Oct east and west news bureau gavo out this af The county has made a trial of this method of caring for the mile of pav ing between this city and Clear Lake and the results are satisfactory Clear Lake has treated its paving in a similar and the results are nleasing East State street in this pleasing and it Mrs Mary McEwen was the wife home this morning at 9 oclock She suffered a stroke of paralysis Tues day evening from which she never rallied The death came as a dis tinct shock to Mrs McBwens many friends who have known her friend ship fo rmany years Mrs Mary McEwen was the nvfe of D C McEwen and the couple came here from Independence A son Roy is employed by the First Na tional bank Mrs McEwen was a worker in the W R the Priscil la club and the Mothers Union Her daughter Mrs Hattie Halloway from Minneapolis was with her at the time of her death Another son and daughter sent for this morn Brown and Curry return to Mason City on their first open date If this is arranged for It means that in eighteen mouths or two years Brown and Curry will hold another cam paign in this community This exper ience of being recalled again and again is familiar to these evangelists and It is good to know that Mason City is on their calling list Rallies Tonight Tonight there will be rallies in the various churches of the city for the purpose of introducing and becoming acquainted with all of those thous ands who have been on the front seats at the evangelistic meetings A list of the churches holding these meet ings published above and the pas tors each announced that it is most important that every one who took a forward step in the meetings attend the church of their choice tonight Those who prefer a denomination not represented are urged to make a sec ond choice and attend one of the meetings to be held tonight At one of the committee gatherings early In the campaign a point of last ing importance to the religious work of Mason City was being discussed and the ministers were inclined to de fer to Mr Browns opinion when the evangelist made this statement You ministers have got to face the music after I have Tonight the ministers begin to face the mu Relejised Is Rcairested Ottumwa Oct Carl Uemeter who was brought bacic from Boston by Constable Huffman charged with using 5500 belonging to Mrs Calla Stewart was released from the charge today when the prosecuting witness failed to appear He was immediately rearrested on a warrant from police court for cheat ing by false pretense His accuser a local butcher claims to have fur nished provisions for his restaurant He is held under bonds PROTESTS AGAINST SlEZINfl OF SHIPS IP pfirftirirs ib SIGNED BEDECKED Choice Collodion of Alleged ous Sibils Decorate Home at Main and Ada streets State Department Sends Fornuil Note to Hiitll Subject and Germany on Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Oct 22 Acting Secretary Lansing of the state partment has announced that United States has protested to Ger many and Great Britain against the seizure the American steamer Brindilla now at Halifax as unjus tifiable and demanding tho immed iate release WCoL Y O U VtV U VJUK u ternoon a cable message from Tokio u has been thus improved ana u as follows Jlooks now as if the job was a good The Japanese naval general staff one announces that the marine artillery corps Is engaged on the 22nd to day In the attack UDOU Tsing Tan and that a part of the Japanese fleut is keeping watch on the enemies warships hovering about Hawaii Trouble In Albania London Oct dispatch to the Evening News from Venice says A company of Italian marinoa landed at Alvonla today and the The cost for cement and tarvla repairs is not so great as was ex pected The city is now paying the billsand when all the work is done an effort will be made with Mr Gabler and his bondsmen to adjust payment without litigation The oad superintendent Ted Qumn has accurate account of the ex d that tax payers may know following bills ot expense are born in port With the cooperation of thei an f0rtyseventh infantry stationed French artillery the Germans were at Lecca is saja to be ready to em s lt Between driven back to Middelkerke where the invaders are entrenching them selves The Germans today bom barded Nieuport from Mariakerke their attack being vigorously replied to by the allies and the warships The battle is not yet decided and many villages have been shattered and are in Fourth and State Big Casualty Ijist Special to The GlobeGazette Berlin Oct German casual ty list issued here contains the names of about killed wounded and missing Reek German Fleet Special to The GlobeGazette Toklo Oct Japanese squad officlally announced la the German fleet in tho ron it seeking neighborhood ot Hawaii bark for Avlonla It is stated thitTnree of sand telephone communication with rolls tar paper parts of Albania has been severed Tnjrtyeight sacks in order to prevent the spread of the news to the The Italian embassy in London has no confirmation of the forego ing HOG TH1KVES ARE BUSY Tools and repairs of tools 75 Farmers Near LoMars Lose Porkers to Men Who Use Autos LeMara Oct 22 Hog thieves are operating In this locality and carry off their spoils by automobile Two or three farmers have been awakened by the sounds of disap pearing machines to find a shortage in their hog lots Draying Five gallons kerosene oil 247 hours labor 15 hours team work Total RopniriiiR West Fifth Street Four loads sand Fiftyfive sacks cement Sharpening tools Labor Tar paper IDS Obituary Mary Ann Sprague was Cambridge Feb 11 1842 In 1877 she was married to David c McEwen who with six children sur vives her Tlie McEwens moved to Mason City about 15 years ago and of late have mado their home with their son Roy J McEwen of the First National bank The children all of whom with the exception of the son who lives here live in the east are Mrs Lizzie Heath of Brattleboro Vt Mrs Alice Kingsbury Molden Mrs F O Lamb Westboro Mrs T W Hollo way Milwaukee Bert D McEwen New York City and Roy J McEwen Mason City The funeral will be held at the house Saturday at Rev J W Welsh of the Congregational church officiating Burial will be at Elm wood Many Go Forward Theer have been upwards of people forward at the meetings but it is not considered by Brown and Curry that this is the real fruit of the campaign Mr Waterhouse the advance agent explained to the local committee that it was the policy of these men not to count results until it was learned how many people actu ally united with the church after these campaigns The scoring of the deliverate stayouter Is understood in the light of this fact It is therefore a part of this plan which prompts the ministers to be so urgent In their desire to secure re sults at the meetings tonight They all want the people to turn out Those church members who came forward during the meetings are ex pected to attend the meetings to night In order to show that their for ward step at the tabernacle was tak en in sincerity and earnestness Ship Released Washington Oct 22 American tank steamer Rockefeller seized by British cruisers has bean released GRAND TXHKJK I O O V Did you ever get married If you did not you can perhaps enjoy some of the pleasures of married life at a distance by going to the corner of Ada and Main streets and viewing the white house on the northwest corner Tho foregoing copied from those placed thereupon tell the story of what a pair of Ma son City newlyweds face on return from tlicir woddirnr trip On of House STOP LOOK LISTEN in red with hearts nt each side at home October 20 Dan Cupid BULLETIN Honeymoon Trail Oct 28 En countered a heavy storm of rice last night Weather bright today thank you BULLETIN NO 1 Oct 22 TOM This is the day of bliss Married at tonight Extra Oct 21 p m Bride and Groom both very anxious Doc Yak On tho South Side BULLETIN NO 2 Oct 22 On our way Will here with new furniture about Sat urday BULLETIN NO 3 Two hearts that beat as one mar ried last night at Home Sat OlIJXS urday de tho The Thirtyfive Hundred Take Iiirt In Mammoth Parndo CANADIAN TROOPS PTjAY BALL 25u gallons tarvia 15c Sand Tools and repairs 50 Draying Total Kcpuirin Kast State Street Labor Draying Total Repairing West State Between nnd Adams Sand Eight sacks cement Tar paper Fifty hours labor Salisbury England via London Oct for a few detach ments working with the supply and horse transport trains all tho Can adians have arrived at their four camps scattered ovor Salisfbury plain The early arrivals amused them selves today playing baseball and Burlington Oct Whe Grand lodge of the Iowa Odd wellows opened here Wednesday feature of the five days con vention was the parade which took place this afternoon There wera Odd Fellows and Re bekahs in line Two local bands and the Fairfield band furnished thu music There were seventytwo automo biles in line The weather continues warm and fair Memorial services were held at the First Methodist Episcopal church after the parade Tonight exemplification of lo greea was given by Maine lodge No G13 of Davenport and Sigournray lodge No 98 at the Grand open house The Rebehs met in tho Armary where exemplification of degrees was given bv Past Noble Gram staffs of Ottumwa and Dea Molting The Rebekah officers will bo in stalled tomorrow at Elks hall Independent Baking Company of oiiport to Jlstablish Transfer Slipping Quarters Here nnd Mason City as a shipping transfer point keeps gaining in appeared a surprising sweaters benrhiK the number of winged foot Sharpening tools One gallon oil 50 Total emblem club of the Xow York Athletic A general air of cheerfulness pre vails among tho Canadians but some gruwhlins is heard bonauso of Fancy Price for Land Marshalltown Oct is believed to be tho record price for improved farm land in this county was paid yesterday by C J Roundy of Lamoille for forty acres near Lamollle which were purchased from W S Stouffer for per acre Stouffer bought 160 acres six years ago at Ho now sells 0113 the isolation of the various camps quarter of nic tract for more than None of them la within four miles a von ot what the luartcr 30cllon coat and Im portance every day The Independ ent Baking Company of Davenport a large and growing cracker industry la order to get into tho territory hera with more promptness and enlarge their growing business In Northern towa Minnesota nnd the Dakotas has completed arrangements with the Mason City Transfer Co for 000 feet of space for office ware house and shipping purposes and will soon begin to transact business from this point The office and shipping force will consist of six or eight men which will bring that many addition al families to the city to help increase tho population and attract other peo ple and Industries here It is the con stant dripping of water that wears away stones and it Is the constant in flux of these industries though small at the beginning which have grown and will grow to important concerns to make Mason City tha largest city In Northern Iowa Pos sibly later this transfer point wilt bo Important enough to mean a cracker factory   

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