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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                fWICEAWEEK EVERY ATLU U51 A Y Read what otheraaiiy CSLOBKOAZEETU ADS then try them yoursslf lor B B 8 V li T S THS WEATHER lnir tcwjitiht nnd Tuesday VxiHiucr tonianti in oast tion northwest portion Tuesday BEPOBTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THE 1MPOBTANT EVENTS OF THE WOKIJX TODAYS NEWS NOT VOL XXI MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SiOVEMBEn 10 1914 No 24 THE GROWN PRINCE OF GKKMANY AND THE DKSTHOYKW TOWN OF CZARS ADVANCE NOW FRENCH STATEMENT MITTEDLY FOR BEYOND THE WARTHE RIVEH HUSSBAN POLAND IS GLEAMED OF GERMANS Further Campaign May be De layed Until Expedition the BosphoBua Has Completed Us CLAIMS CONSISTENT PRO GRESS MADE IN THE WEST ARENA ALLIES GAIN DESPITE GERMANS OFFENSIVE Piocjicss of the FrancoEiiglisl Troops Slow Because of the Strong German Organization Around Points of Support 1 ft Special to The GloljeGazctte At three points in area oli hosv official an in Sltesiu in east tud issJued thls by ill AlMJCP iowos of gays tho German offensive has been renewed since the oaOrcalc ol Dlxnlude and also in the region of Ypres and that to the sc attacks would appear to bo more or less ser iously menaced from the oast by tlie victorious unnics of Grand DuKe Nicholas the Russian commauderiu chief in the field the advance juawls of wliich are loss than two hundred miles fxoni Berlin It is true thut there was a Russian invasion of ISast Prrssiit during the early stages of the war wliile tlie French for a lonjt time held tfcsiv position in Alsace liit the latest development in Kus sliui advance if the interpretation nldfetl onit by tondon is correct Is the mbsfc important campaign up to the present It Is mere speculation of course to suy Gerjmuiv may be forced forui to ietlifs fom Belgium or cease lier offensive in this arena In certain areas of France and Bel the allies are tnldou a vigoi offensive but it is too curly to predict that Germany will renmv iier smashing tactics in un effort to through tho line that there will not bo ranch hard fighting Xpres In any event Ger man retirement from BolKiiun prol nbly will be very slow as the forces of Kinperov Imvo made tha country behind theliuuttle one vast fortification with renclios more carefully thun those are still hold With Tsinjt Tan under Japanese Hilmiiiistrntion and release for oili er services of the Japanese anil British vessels used in the capture ot this CJorman stronghold there shoulil be sharp impetus to naval activity in the far east as these vessels niayj now center their attention upon the Iovinjj German cruisers which have been so successful In thcdr opeiu neaJnst British shipping of the communication is On our left wing the Germans have under taken again an offensive movement on Dixmude and in the region of Ypres particularly o the outheast of Ypres their attacks lave been everywhere repulsed At the end of the day referring to the entire front between Dixmude and the Lys we have made progress along the major part of the line Nevertheless our advance Js slow on account of the offensive movements undertaken by the enemy and be cause of the strong organization the enemy already has tiad to ef fect around his points of support Since the beginning of the fight ing the fog furthermore has made operations difficuult particularly be tween the Lys and the Oise On the center along the Aisne the progress set forth in the official communications of yesterday has been maintained On our right wing in Lorraine there is nothing to report In Alsace fresh attacks on the part of the Germans directed against the heights of MountSalute Marie have again resulted for them in decided vyi S ANNUAL REPORT IS MADE PUBLIC TODAY HIOPORTS OP ACCOMPMSHMRNTS OP Tilfc LAST VHAH IlilSKNT KD T OKKlHs MAItK GAINS IN MOST CHAKTS 01 FKDKUATIOX American Federation of Good Benson to Ha Proud of llet ord Established Since Ixvst Meet ing ATTEMPT MADE TO STEAL LEO DAVEYS CADILLAC LAST SATURDAY NIGHT Special to The GlobeGazette Philadelphia Nov ing the passage the Clayton trust bill as organized labors greatest single accomplishment Cpv tho last year the executive council ol tho American Federation of Labor pre sented its annual report today to tiio tiiirtyiourth convention ot tho led oration here The voluminous docu ment covers every question which has affected labor during the including the European war Of the Clayton bill the councils statement Bays that it contains the most fundamental the most hensive enunciation ol industrial freedom found in any legislative act in the history of the world and that I it was obtained through tlie or ganized economic power represented by the workers ot the United States Discussing economic organization t us the keynote of the federations thought and effort the council ex pressed pride in the report oE pro gress transmitted at a time whei most the civilized countries are subnioitod by a worldwide war while in the United States on every hand the workers are insisting upoi the maintenance ol organization am resistance to deterioration of preseu working Organized la This is the first posed photograph bor assisted the of ot the crown prince oC Germany talifort to mitigate the industrial dis on at his headquarters at the front organization and losses entailed b neai Longvj The crown i the European Tlie crown priuua at the head of Before the it continues th his irmy bombarded and took Long thought and effort of civilization big siege guns of the GerUvere centered upon the developmen to a mass Una glorification of human life On taken iife was counted of infinite vahl debtrojed fortress the D C ARMSTRONG AND CLINT L LUCE KILLED IN A MOTOR ACCI DENT FEE GRABBING IS Bt MEASURE INTENTM3I TO DO AWAY WITH PAST CUSTOMS JS INTRODUCK But since the cataclysm war between tha nations men ar treated as only military pawn Things are valued for their lifede troying power Guns are worth moi than Continued on Page AKAGE SDOOU FORCED AND AUTO ROLLED GUI HUe Lock Mint Kepi Juice From llciiijj Turned On the Only Thini Thai Saved Auto For Him Armstrong President of Pros perous Bank and Luce Was Prominent Southern Minne sota Editor Special to Tho GlobeGazette Garner Nov 9 Charged with victimizing Paul well to do retired farmer to the tune of 1500 in an tub a man he name of Mullendres W in cus Special to The GlobeBazotte London Nov dominates the military situation today The speed with which she has cleared the Invaders from Russian Poland must necessarily have a great eftect on campaigns in the other war the itre Already the inhabitants are reported fleeing from their prosper ous ailoslan homes despite the fact that eGn Von Hindenburgs strong arm is between them and the ad vanclng Russians But sometnlng besides the might of the German arms may enable diem to remain for some time in se curity for a significant message from Petrograd announces that Rus sia may defer invasion of Germany until her hlstorlt mission toward the Bosphorus is accomplished This mis sion includes the complete subjec tion of AustroHungarvj in well as the invasion of Turkey If this is the actual plan of Grand Duke Ni cholna the Russian commanderin cuief Russians may be content to hold the present positions along the German border while making an ag gressive war toward the south and east Conflicting Rumors Persistent reports reach London that the Germans are sending heavy reinforcements to the western lines Rumors contrary nature to the ef fect that the Germans are preparing to retreat through Belgium are also rife but experts seem to place more credence on the reports of reinforce ments and the coming week is look ed forward to as one of the most crucial of the war Cossack raids across the German border continue and Berlin now admits the Russians are well beyond the River Wortlie The Russian advance has been made over bad roads at the amazing rate of fourteen miles dally German retreat has now passed Czerustochowa without stopping ne nuint u ody here awaiting preliminaiy earing next Thursday Meantime the authorities are serchme tor s partner known here under the name ago the two men inter ested Schohenski in a scheme sell him county rights for the swlo of a certain bath tub He bought a large territory which he was to sub let to other agents for lirUU giv ing hta note therefore P eadmg that they were suddenly called to another territory the pair tried to sell the note at tho Farmers na tional bank here but the bankers be came suspicious and refused to cash it Then the pair found Schonen ltYTwho still Sad implicit faith in Special to Tlio GlobeGazette Albert Lea Nov C Armstrong president oC the Albert Lea State bank and Clint L Luce veteran Southern Minnesota editor were both killed last night when driving from Laiiesboro to Albert Lea with Miss Dorothy Armstrong the bankers daughter and Miss Grace McKee The auto engine stalled on a steep grade backed down hill and toppled over a high embankment before Arm strong could regain control The men were caught beneath the car and crushed The girls escaped in jury by being thrown clear the ma chine alleged hath tub whero in Iowa he became aud laid the case before Baumgavtner Baumsartner busy and located Mullentires LoBiin Iowa where he was SatlUrday He is held on cheating by false pretenses Justice J morning Another Editor Killed Albert Lea Nov 9 The car under which D C Armstrong and C L Luce met their death did not go over the embankment as first reported but toppled over onto the unfortunate business men when it was steered into a stone bluff at the foot the hill at the top of which the engine died to avoid going over a hundred toot bank They were just leaving Lanes boro after taking Hon Sidney An derson home Miss Armstrong sustained a broken arm in the wreck The bodies of the two men who were connected with most of the citys big business enterprises will reach hero tonight nnd will be met at the train by the Business Mens League of which Mr Armstrong was former secretary and Mr Luce present secretary In a body The body ot Mr Luce will be taken to the Masonic Temple where it will rernan in state until Wednesday afternoon when a Ma sonic funeral will be held The body Mr Armstrong will be taken to T Miss Blyalan A Thomas as automobile accident early today on the Kilbourn road saveial mues south of Milwaukee Both the men were well known la mistness and club circles his home The brakes on the big Colby car owned by Mrs Luce had been broken a short time ago and only the emergency brake was working They had just taken Cong Sidney Anderson home from Albert Lea When tho engine died at tho top of tho high hill at Lanesboro city limits it was not applied in time to check the car and it coasted down the bill Mr luce tried to avoid go Ing over tho banK crashed Into the stone bluff on the other aide and the two mens lives paid the penalty for the faulty hrake IS PLACKD ON FIHST THIS MORNING Provides That Only Amount of Pay Policemen dm Receive Js Tliut Which Comes From tfie City Any attempts which may have been made in the way of iee grabbing by any memberoE the police de partment received a distinct blow at the meeting ot cue city commissioners this morning An ordinance was presented and put on Its first read ing this morning which will turn all fees of the justice courts which were formerly given to the police depart ment members individually to the city treasurer The money will ba turned over to the general fund of the city Tha new ordinance says the amount received by policemen is to be only the salary paid by the city and further specifies what shall be done with justice court fees The ordinance must be read two more meetings before it can be finally passed The ordinance was un doubtedly ah outgrowth of the re cent agitation regarding police methods Another ordinance passed on firs reading by the council this morning placed the grounds on which the de tension hospital now sets within the boundary of East Park This ground was recently put under the control of the part department and this ordinance merely officially fixes this order The ordinance establish ing the grade in block D of Oak Park addition was passed finally this morning The city engineer was instructed to prepare plat and schedule for the paving on South Main street The mayor and the city clerk were In structed to sign certificates the special assessments for the Rowers on Miller and Hayes streets and Fourth avenue A petition was received for sewers in Woodland Place and East Park Place Tlie city engineer was instructed to prepare plans for such a sewer The lateral sewer in Block D of Oak Park addition and adjoining territory was accepted and the city clerk was instructed to place no tices of assessment for the same Like action was taken on the sewer in the Pushee tract Here a quit claim deed was also accepted by the council for an alley through which the sewer runs Tho current bills were allowed and tho coram jioners then ad journed AUTIiORITIES OF IOWA ARE FORMALLY ADVISED ON REfiULATIOXS NOW IMPOSED QUARANTINE AGAINST CANADA IS DECLARED Delaware Added to the List of States Where Interstate Ship ments Arc Under the Federal Ran TlHiUiiig Titles ofWnr Special to The GlobeGazette New York Nov stories of tlie battle before Rheima are told by three wounded French soldeira who arrived here aboard thc steamsliip Kochambeau from Havre today They are George Pierlot and Leon Lebolt on their way to their homes in Canada and Toliu Rosen hem of Holbrook all discharg ed from the French army because ot disability Pierlot and Lebel were wounded in defense of Rlieims Lel lot said that in the hand to hand fighting there he received a bayonet wound in his sideaud was carried to the rear While a Sister of Charity whom he knew onl yas Anna was binding his wound a German bullet killed her and her body fell across him Leblot said he later returned to the firing line and was twice wound ed in one leg and then he unit Part of the heel of one shoe left n the car floor where it had boon ticked from the owners shoe in the ourse of ineffectual attempts to start a locked motor is the only clue left behind as lo the identHy of the persons who some time Sat urday night tried to steal Leo Da veys Cadillac car The door of Daveys substantial mvate garage which was vas forced open gas pipe evidently stolen from the rear of the Daly plumbing shop a half block away being used for the mirpose Tho car was nuietly rolled out into the alley and attempts made to start It The thieves reckoned not how ever with the inoffensive looking lit tle double cylinder lock which con trolled the suiirk coil governing mag neto and batteries the only keys tq which reposed in Mr Daveys ets and gave it up as a bad job Done In NiKht That the attempt to stnal the car was made rather late In the night Is Indicated by the fact that the cat vvas not in the street when a mem ber of the Davy Enniily came bonus about 11 m Patrolman Georga Carl and Deputy Sheriff Harry were in the alloy near tna garage at midnight and did not 300 any car then so it must have been taken out later That the car was out in the allay was discovered about a when Dr FiUpatrick who rooms at Daveys happened to wake up and look out the window Mr Davey tho matter the police ami gave them the one piece of the thiefs boot heel The ravages of the Coot and moiith disease in Chicago have again called tb attention of tho to the condition of the Milwaukee stock yards and they may bo condemned by the city For sometime tho city has been attempting to eet the railroad company to pave the yards nnd put in tile drains Now that several thousand dol lars are heinK put into tho im piovine of the Chicaso yards tho conimisisoneiS want work done toward improving lo cal conditions Special to Tlic GlobeGazette Washington Nov Ship ments of live stock from Canada to he United States will Ite harrcd by quarantine orders now prepared in department of agriculture There is no evi dence of the foot and month dis ease in the lominion hut in fected cars been sent over the border and the order is drawn to prevent their return Delaware Js added to the list of quarantined states because of the discovery of tho disease at This hringa the number of quarantined states up to twelve Armed with equlsition papers llltJLl i from the governor of Utah calling upon Gov Clarke ot Iowa to turn over to him J H Barker the mucl wanted jail breaker arrested near Venura by Deputy Sheriffs Mars and and with the Govsr ors wanant of the Iowa execu tve 1 H Devine the sheriff at OK Utah arrived here Saturda Special to Tlie GlobcGnxatte Washington Nov quarantine orders barring shipments of cattle from Can ada to tlie United iuul adding the states of Delaware New Jersey and Rhode Inland to the list of states where foot nnd mouth disease exists signed by Secretary Houston of tho department of agriculture today Finish Tuesday Special to The Globe Gazette Chicago Nov of disinfect lag the local sroek yards may b completed tomorrow afternoon nc cording to President Leonard wa added that the Illinois live stoc commission will be asked to inapec the work with a view to immediat reopening Continued on Pass Barker In the jordo eountv Ml until Wednesda lorning however as Sheriff Devin s taking advantage of the oppor unity the trip east offers to looic un some other criminal cases and o make some inquiries into Bark rs movements prior to his arrest at Ventura Barker claims he IB ready and villing to return to jfltah and ex piate the many of which tie dmits he is guilty Takes Precautions Barker had signed and noknowl edged as his free act and deed a vaiver of extradition papers in prop e legal form so they were not need ed as far as anv objection he offer to his return to Utah was con cerned He Is wanted in many other west em Mates badly however nnd Shoi1 iff Devine feared some enterprising sheriff in a state where ho is want ed might board the train on which lie This attempt at car stealiug con firms still further the theory that ecent thefts cars here are ttie vork of au organized gang of hieves They are evidently picking only cars tlmt are practically nnvr ind very serviceable as as evidenc 3d by the fact that the Northern Ohio and Companys Overland Kup fclTray and Uaveys Cadll ic are all new substantial cars Shoulil Lock Cars The police are warning auto owners to be very careful about ocking their garages carprully aad H addition adv1 cars not enuipped with lodes either for the spark coils or gear shifts be pro vided with them For a cur not provided with locks subFinnlinl locking devices can be applied to the gear shift levers very cheaply A False Alarm A farmer named Hocket is in pos session of a perfectly good light cur except for one broken tire and the queer way in whic hj received it gave tho police wagon a run to Man ly Saturday afternoon A neigh bor reported Hocket had a new ear which had been left by a man coming through the country about two wodlcs ago He said lie did not know what make of car it was but he thought probably with visions ot a re ward it was a Jeffrey It seems a man from Osage was riving east of Manly about two travels back and arrest him another warrant Therefore he to the extradition papers which pen1 offices of states other than lowi must respect Auto on Fire Tho fire department was called lo extinguish a fire In an automobile standing in front of Honnunson Clarks meat market about oclock today Persons with ham chemicals had uut out sligh blaze before the department couli reach veeks ago and he had trouble with lis car Pulling into Hockets yard IB asked to use a telephone He ihoned for another car and told armer he could never drive the Sax on again If you want the thing keep were bis parting words And Hocket did keep H That WLIS the story gotten by the police raid verified by a brothorlnlaw of man who left the car who livea near Manly The donor of the car is alleged to be rich Not ItlKht Cur The sheriffs office made a trip for a Jeffrey car Sunday morn hie which turned out to le an Onic land A man by tho name Giles reported to the sheriffs office the fact that two nnd a half miles east of ffnnlontown there was a far which looked like a Jeffrey and which liud been there for a couple of days Investigation proved tho cnr was owned by a dealer at Hnn lontown and hud been loft there by him And thuti another SOO re ward lost Sufpial to Tho GlobeGazette Vera Cruz Nov Car ranza at Cordoba has Issued a de creo promising not to impose double Import taxes   

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