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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                3RLL STOVKS NOW This is the best season of the year to seii stoves and the beat medium to use is The Globe Gazette Want Ada Try them for a few issues TWICEAWEEK WEEKLY i BEPOBTS BY WIRE EAOT DAY OF THE OF THE WOEL1X TODAYS NEWS NOT THE WEVTHER lYir with freezing toniliarstuse Tupsilny fnlr with wnrmor i uoithwost tlon CiTY IOWA KAISURS GOABRSMISNT AV1LL HOWEVER ABIDE BY IT SAYS KNVOY NEW STATEMENT BEARING ON QUESTION IS ISSUED No IS Von Bevnstorff Says Aggressive Campaign Against Cunnchi Be AVnrrnntetl But Will Be Fore gone I Special to The QlolioGassotto j Washington Oct AHhougl Germany contends that Canada b sending troops against Germany ha violated the spirit of the Monro Doctrine Germany has no intention I of attacking Canada nor attempting to colonize that Dominion according to a statement issued here by the German embassy The statement follows The Ger man point of view is that joining m a European war Canada put herself loutside the plane of the Monroe Doc txptcT mum BE DfPBSI IN NEAR If S15CRKTARY MiADOOSKTS KA1UA DATE DKSllTE OBJECTION OF SKCT10NAL GOVERNORS HURRIES TO HEW SOUTH AV1LL UELliASK MUCH CAS Treasury CAUENTHS CONVENTION ABOUT BEAOV TO ACT IS RlUORT f Head Relieves Opening Bunks Will Hcuefit Business Gen Moro Thau Will He Let Out PROVISIONAL PUKSINKXT AV1LL ASSUJIK JUS PLACV imlicatioiis Are That National 3on 1ereiico lias About Completed Us AVork of Picking Ruler Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Oct reports received here today indicated that the Mexican national convention at Aguas Calientes would today or tomorrow depose Gen Carranza as first chief and substitute a al president MAN WHO PIKE SHOT THAT BROUGHT ON EUROPEAN AVAR ON TRIAL EXPECT TO CLOSE HEARING IOWA BAPTISTS Javrlc 1iitmp Who Killed Heir Apparent and His Wife Ben Tried in Seiviu Washington D Oct trine but Germany has not tho in twelve reserve banks of the Thermometer Got Low Enough to tention of attacking Canada nor colIBW banking system will be opened Kill Garden Truck Saturday uisht jng Canada for business on Nov 1C This was an of nf1nv for the First Tune The statement is amv nouiiced today officially ia view expressed yesterday by Count Secretary McAdoo authorized by There is an end to the late fall von Bernstorff Germany ambassador act to name the opening garden A cold northwest wind by taking part in war the made the auiiouncemeut His brought frost Saturday night heavy Cauaaians have justified an aggres of the 16th was made despite enough to kill vegetation Farmers Live campaign against themselves the directors and gov report they are now in their cornLncl to explain further the reason ora the twelve nanKS In a re fields and one of the biggest corn t causetl thB German government PQnference here voted 37 to 35 crops in the history of this part of LU the state is about to be gathered The cold weather continued through out Sunday and today bringing out winter overcoats and generally dig organizing the enjoyment of an ex ceptionally nleasant lull London Oct Router dls I patch from Vienna coming by wa I of Amsterdam says that in the trlai Sunday AVas Big Day of Conference at Sarayevo of Gavric Prlnzip as That AV as Held nt Washington Lilt sassin of Archduke Ferdinand ahf ter Part of AVeok his wite counsel for tho have made their closing speeches Special to The GlobeGazette I and that judgment in the case will Washington Oct was be renaered Wednesday RAILROADS 111 itL I CUUL UUllicl w in a formal note delivered to t he I lnBt opening on that date and ex state department September 3 by sed thelr preforence for Nov 10 Count Vonbernstorff vniiTntnnlv pledging Germany not voluntarily to attempt As Aid to South The supreme effort of right ing men of five nations have fail ed to turn the tide of battle along the FrancoBelgian border The latest reports are that the struggle of unparalleled fury is still iu progress along the North Sea where the Germans with reckless bravery are flinging their troops against the allies forces Ail accounts agree that tho toll of human life exacted m this crucial struggle is enormous Three great meadows near Os British correspondent re ports are heaped with Gentian dead e London Oct from the front this mornmc Renter telenram v company indicate a general al lied advance iu the resioii be tiveen Nieuport and well ns to the east of Arras Germans Ysor Special toThe Globe London Oct Paris Oct French of icial communication issued this poiJIOE PUT END TO eruoon says that yesterday tne CHARIVARI PARTY Drench line between Nieuport and Mxmude was maintained Tne j0jm oConner Asked Officers to Re ext of the communication is as folstoro Peace in His osw Sunday Night During the day of yesterday our1 ca no the war The embassy ment The note was ime said in his message can people that if Germany was torious in the present war vould attack the Monroe Doc front along the general line between John OConnor a signal foreman Alice Graham Alice the in connection with Leo Italian who was1 taken icijitAi c issued this state decision after discussion with the fea Ural reserve board and because ot was written at that emergency conditions in the south Iu Winston Churchill Had the belief that the opening of the WmS to the Ameri banks will be helpful there and will business in all sections of the In a statement issued tonight the secretary made it clear that under the new system the federal govern ment will be able by deposits from the general fund of the treasury m the great day of the feast of good things provided by the convention Baptist pastors were heard iu the lo JchuCrch1Ston Grain Heavy Appar Racing Rules from Hebrew 12 1 13 There was Sunday school iu the churches at At the young people gathered for the young peoples rally under the lead of the Young Peoples ComCouncil Bluffs Oct mission After opening the meeting Doesnt iooic much as though the rail President Aaughau called the new were going into bankruptcy all of the commission Mists at once remarked a railroad man late Goodell of Des Moines to pre oj a EroUp of people standing on tha eutly Prosperous Conditions Losing No Time anil Pay Cliecks Are Largest on Rec ord aawy reserve banks to forlstaples aid products ol bj Sleupbrt and Dixinude was main1 tor the Milwaukee complained to the tained The German forces which about last evening tha crossed the Yser between these two pergong were annoying him his towns have riot been able to pro ilouse at 735 Garfield street When gress Our front was held also 111 tue officer arrived he found a chariv the region between Ypres and party at the house It seem lers between Armentieres and Lille OConnor was married last Friday to the west of Labassee and of Lens brought his bride to the city yes and to the east of Arras This line terday Therefore some of hi is connected to the south by the jriends decided to celebrate the oc line which already has been indi caslon alli elaime d the happy bride cated in these official comnumica grooln Became unhappy at their at tions teiitious and what especially annoy During tho fighting of recent days ed the crowd was his refusal to the enemy seems to have sustained through with the accustoiu considerable losses I ed treat for the crowd tuHiTnd to the1 NATIONAL DAimTsHOW river the Germans have been forced back on Lowicz SIderniewice andj Chicago Oct Hous have been captured at ton of the department of agricul deportation yesterday was released from the county iail this afternoon Releases Money e c nut on the Great Western tram The new Te3erve requirements op Moines where she said slw erative after the banks are opened tor ves hag C0u1pieted he pointed out will release more than wanted to go a jail thirty day sentence in the county ide The theme of the addresses Burlington station platform hera vas Rev Hal B Norton ot WU6n attention was directed to a Aiusworth spoke on What Shall Be train just pulling out for Pacific the Prof S P Fogdall oi junction that was made up of eighty 3es Moines on Efficiency in Serjlve carSi an them loaded with and Mr J 0 McClelland ot gmin The aggregate tonnage was Des Monies on The Compelling Mo about The Vain wao over T L Ketmau of Chicago also1 addressed the meeting a mile in length and the grain was consigned to St Louis and Min oi c and acknowledged by Paris Uie bayonet point by the Russians ture declarecl before the convention and acimo0 TQ south th8 Pilicia in the the National Dairy Show associa n rprnnns have unaououjuiy ro tne souin OL me i uve rvuuuiun the Yser river between Din direction of Radon there has beoa tion that Unquestionably niude and Nieport but whether or L Uvely engagement between the Mt hope for i mude and Nieport this means a forward step m the and the to Calais movement may depend who lost prisoners and cannon nn HIP operations further eastward To the south of Solec the Rus tue lnrge animals on the operauuiiH T T troopa crossed the Vistula by Uletic attention to the lars increase in AustroGermans supply lies in three dlrec tions outside of the big ranch an Rutaora continue to reach London slan trOops of tipendng evacution of force driving the reduction o hl lhe settled farm of tipenng eva a Pnrl and i eduction in strength of the baclc I ing areas of the country especiall Karr son jn Antwerp This On the River San and to the south n the BOIlth in increasm OTTOI Tl Hi i Liio 111 M f not necessarily imply prepara Przemysl there have occurred attention to the smaller animal for retreat but it may mean combats resulting BUch as swine aild poultry and third that the Germans are throwing every available man against the allies the Russians Austrian column in the control of debouching tlp ticks and hog cholera of ca The las availaWe m ag tat erefioH to conquer tho channel the Carpathians on Pohna m shows a lamentable neglec lorts Galloia twentytwo to the in the south While tn Along Belgian littoral the allied scmth stry was routed fleet continues Us bombardment Great shells traveling three miles in AVarn Shippers average loaw farm has six mile cows in Uorth Carolina and Al bama it has less than two and i land have evidently proved very ef Waehington Oct Sir Cecil South Caronna one while the ave e from tragic fate of s British ambassador by T farm has thirtyfive hog rnl Von Tripp and members of Suction of Sir Edward Grey has n North Carolina and Alabama sni arolm his staff who were killed by a pro1 a warninK to American snip has lesg than Jive South Carolm ectile from a warship All reports through the state department lesg tnan aKree that the fighting In West conslgri aU cargoes bound for ders has been terrible beyond any neutral countries to a neutral other during the war Projectiles evnment or a specific consignee Postpone Comt Session The cominK term of the distrt of money now held by national banks as reserves and will add greatly to the lending power ot the Two great mass meetings wera held LeapOUB elevators the hulk of it be in the evening Dr Ketman preaching ing consigned to Minneapolis millers in the Baptist church and Dr S A From marveling at the unusual Karl in the Methodist church These Ligllt avlch a long freight train the meetings were participated in by all ratm ia Lhe group began discussing the churches of tho city Both of thesa Ule checks of some large roomy churches wore crowded Bngineers on the Milwaukee mil lis Lowest on Construction of Lous List of Walks to Be limit liy tiio City The city commissioners met this lorning to allow current bills and iscuss other matters certniniiiK 1 ity Charles Dennison vas awarded i contract for sule valks he being the lowest bidder His price was cents per square foot An ordinance was put on first reading establishing a grade ou tne alley of lot D A resolution of neces sity was adopted providing for sub main and lateral sewers in Byera addition and surrounding territory A resolution was adopted accept ing from the Milwaukee the right to cross under their tracks with tho new Intercepting sewer The mam will run under the tracks at the end of Estelle street Six inch water ins were authorized in the tol drive from Mondam JIusoii City llojs Get Into Trouble AVith Town Murshnl at Osnge on Way If 01110 From Game Because he was in too much of a hurry to get started home to suit the staid and steady going people of Osage and left the town Saturday evening at a pretty good chip tho driver of one Masou City automo bile was arrested by tho town mar shal there after the football game He was fined and costs it is reported and had to leave his watcl as security for tho payment of par of his fine as the boys in his could not raise the amount the fine and costs While some of the cars maj nave left Osage at a fairly fast gait the to the limit of their capacity A banquet was held Saturday even ing in the Methodist church There was a large attendance about 300 After the supper had been served President Vaughan called 011 Ben 3 Howry of Waterloo to act as toast master F R Sage of Washington presented the report of the couinut ee on mens work Mr C Cole man president Kansas Baptist tate convention then addressed the meeting ou Business men in Gospel Vork He was followed by 1 L loyd of Charles City L O Adums of Waterloo J O McClelland of Ues Moines Mrs Greenwood a sister of lobort nurdetle Mr Marsh of Aina vorth N Anderson of Des Moiues uid Mr Starky of Ottumwa Dr 0 D Gray editor of The of Chicago a Baptist weekly spoke at the close of these two minute afl dresses At the opening of the Sunday aft ternoon meeting C N Anderson of Des Moinos offered prayer The vice chairman of tho Young Peoples con mission Rev AV 15 Darrow of Mt in to Loraiiie Onu Loraine from Waukonsa drive to Clifton drive On Loraine Farrigut and York town from G A R avenue to Kirk nther during me war n evnment or a llle uuuuun hurle1 from land sea and air are Two notes aadressed to Acting Seccourt Uag bfien adjourned for o sweeping this flat unprotected count Lansing say British cruisara week and the jury has been excused try destroying villages searching out wlu not interfere with neutral two weeks The Ptrand Dury wU the terror stricken Inhabitants who j merce shipments are property j mcet OI1 November 8 Judge Clark wood delayed too long getting out of line of fire Demand Torpedo Ront to Tlio GlobeGasiotte Peking Oct 2G The Chinese foreign minister has demanded the surrender of a Japanese torpedo boat with its crew which entered Chinese waters substituted a Chin ese Dragon for a Japanese flag and attempted to tow away the wrecked German torpedo boat S30 m consigned The documents spactf wno lg rapidly recovering frc cotton from molestal Tcnt illness will be able it jcally exempt cotton from his is be tion even though destined to belliglievea to preside over the court erent countries as this article is irJC when jt ia convened to mineral oils arMAKE MRRRY FOLLOAAINQ to Von Moltke Better Von Berlin Oct Falkenhayn has been acting a of the German general stoft the illness of General Von who has been suffering from a im oua attack Von Moltkes condition is said not to be serious and he al ready has shown considerable im provement Fortify LcmlierK London Oct to a dispatch to the Daily Telegram from Rotterdam the Vosaiche Zei tuns of Berlin says that Russians who hod withdrawn most of thei ping uncertainty tides and listed as conditional con AVEUBING OF YOUNG FOLKS traband the notes say Great Britain will seize no carcroes Kthe papers There was ageneral good time tlie ship show the ultimate destliiawith mualc refreshments and all tibn to be neutral Sir Cecil said neaded to make the occasion all that hoped would clear all snips desired in the way of being a nappy one following the wedding at Holy Family church following late mass yesterday of Fred Dorv den a young packing house employe and Miss Delia Hunsohn A num jjQr oj American women who were ng looking for the ducks tne acquainted with the bride and were cold wave drove south states there ted in her happiness called are no such birds At leaBttheydd the reneplion durlng the after noon autos having been sent to take them to tho place No Here A local hunter who was this morn ty of inducement at Clear Lake This year the vegetation is sufficient to feed the birds but they do not seem tn aniear Telephone messages evon from the far end of the lake reported FIRST REAL SNOW no birds in sight today Tust why the ducks do not come down here at present is an unsolved mystery to local sportsmen A ftew years ago there was excellent hunting here abouts but of recent years this troopa from Lemherg have now sent ilerc abouta but ot recent years thousand men tero who ar path o migraOlon seems to have the town The been abandoned for a more westfirly iwt v Tllft abandoned for a more westfirly turpaper are clearlone Last year many of the birds to keep LEmberB all coatQ Special to The GlobeGazette Chicago Oct M Tho first real of the sensoii wns re polled In tho Lake Superior rc Rion in telegrams to tlie local weather bureau At Green Hay there is now and a ininl mum temperature of twenty le On Kirkwood from Lexington Yorktown The council then adjourned FOUKTKEX nOADS SKEIC RATE INCRKARB Jefferson City Oct 2G Fourteen railroads were represent this morning in the hearing whicr began before the public service com mission of Missouri on the appeal of the rail lines for a threecentsper mile rate for passenger fares The learing is being watched by othor ailroads of the country for this is he first step In a general movement bv the railroads to secure the sus pension of the twocentspermlle aw in many states Many commercial organizations In Missouri were represented at the icarlng today They are contesting the appeal of the railroads Thny assert that the 3cent rate if grant ed would place populous Missouri ou the same basis as Oklahoma which Is sparsely settled The commission held in a previous case in Missouri that it had no au thority to grant an increase in pas songor to 3 cents a milfi b boys say it was not done with the in tention bothering tho Osage peo ple and merely because it was lu oming late and they were anxmus to get homo Have Police here are alwaya tonient with drivers from out of town and have in the past condoned offenses of drivers from Osage who were un aware of traffic rules here The opinion was expressed in many quarters this morning that the ends of justice would haip been served by the marshal just as fully had he merely read the boys a sharp Ayr offered prayer at the close o cOKHON tlie meeting The address ot Dr T L Ketman of Chicago waa on Lesson from the Enrollment at close of nfternoo meeting G35 a record breaking at tendance The next anniversary of tlie con vention will be at Cedar Rapids Rev B F Fellman of Des Moines wi preach the annual sermon and Rev B uraden of Creston is alternate The opening of the evening servir at Baptist church was a praise se vice popcorn A farewell service followed the evening sermon Has Finger Crushed Barney Curran who is working for the street department suffered a crushed finger this morning shortly after starting to work The member was injured by a rock The man was taken to the Park hospital where tho njury was dressed Dea over O w road several men ou the Perry divi sion the last pay day having pulled down checks of over 200 F AV Peterson drew what is said to have been the largest check ever issued bv the company to an engineer on an Towa division Petersons months earnings being He wr 10 gravel train service ou the loines division and traveled 000 miles This pay was mads ith a G7 class engine or which tho chedule for engineers is per 00 miles The gravel trains are uido up ot twentyone cars and there s no switching and the loaded trains old tho line on that division even gainst passenger trains for the rai OH thai tho company will not risk he heavy trains on the light steel idetracks But notwithstanding the specially favorable conditions sur oumHng PetersRii several euKineers the division drew the highest pay or last months services ever earned ina there are quite a number who drew from to Attorney General Says Court Opinion Will Have No HMect Outside 1olJc they were by taking the driver into court and imposing a greos MEDICS MEET AT CINCINNATI Cincinnati Oct hun dred doctors and surgeons from all Des Moines Oct 2 General George Cosson that while the ruling of Judge Kam rar that the county auditor is not ra il ni red to rotate the names of candi clatcs tor judge of the district court on the uonpnrtisan ticket is respcct iully accepted in Polk county it has no effect outside of this district and should not be followed The attorney general was absent from the ctiy last week and his office was not invited to take any hand in the fight of the Polk county candi dates against Harry Frase auditor to secure the rotation of the names Nevertheless the instructions sent out by W S Allen secretary of state directing county auditors to rotate the names were backed by an opinion from the attorney general Mr Cos son asserts that the opinion of Judge Kamrar is not sound and he is desir that no officials outside of PolK songor cause tho statutes of the state the rate al 2 cents The content will be bitterly fougli on both sides for the railroads ui behind every energy not only for ai increase of passenger rates but to a substantial Increase in fn rates and excessbaggage rates linolu AVoman AVifo of Doctor Ac cused of Murder of Mrs Hailey Ile leuscd on Hnil tf After Jury Disagrees Special to The GlobeGazette New York Oct Florence Conklin Carman who was on trial n Minola all last week for tho mur der of Mrs Bailoy was released on tail In KlnER county su preme court today following dis agreement of tho jury who stood 10 for acquittal 2 for convic tion uections of the middle west gather od here today for the fortieth an trtml meeting of the Mississippi Val ley Medical association Ieaders of the profession were prominent in the big patherinK which assembled at the Sinton Hotel whore the con vention opened this morning A program of suoalters and clinics well as entertainments and diver sions has been provided The sos slon will last for three days Yonng Iiiicl Wounded Carl Babcock tho nishtyearold son of W A Hancock is a sufferer a gunnhot wound in tlin calf of one oE his legs He mis visiting his grandfather at Mrirlile Ilock and while out looking for prairie chick ens in BteppIiiK across a ditch the gun waa discharged prematurely He was brought home and is rest ing comfortably and the physician hopes that there svill lie no serious results although the wound is a painful one county get the Idea that they are bound by it Kullnts Are Printed In the moat of the counties the bal lots have been printed and the namea have been rotated in accordance with the instructions sent ovit by the state hence the candidates are not worry ins over any change being made by the Kiimrar decision ft is probably too late to take an appeal to the supreme court in the Polk county affair said Mr Consols yesterday Just a dnyw before tho primary when we had the matter of providing a iioupartiijan judiciary ticket for persons not affiliated with my political party we found that it was impossible to the case in shape to be presented to tho supremo court anu set an opinion rendered time to have ballots printed for tho primary The present situation ift miicli tho same T have not consulted the PolU county candidates but it 13 my judgment that it will be iiaposi to do anything   

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