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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                WEEKLY 15 V K W V SATURDAY Head what otherssay about WANT ADb then try them yourself for H K S V fc J S BEPOBTS BY WISE EACH DAY OF THTE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WOBL3X TODAYS NEWS NOT THE WEATHER Generally fail continued I cool tonight Tuesday 1 No 29 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 17 19 GtRMANS SAY THREE BRITISH SHIPS AEE DISABLED BY FIRE CLAIM DESTROYER CRUISER AND SLOOP Olf WAR WEItE DAMAGED BIjANKET MAKES CAMPAIGN FOR COAST MORE DIFFICULT GERMANS HAVE NOT GIVEN Ul ATTEMPT Move Sickness Especially Throat and LIMIT OI T1WTIES OF SUNDAY SAY FRENCH TERRITORY EXTENDS FURTHER RESOLUTION lMAliIJia WfTit FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE PASSED DAIRYMEN URGED TO USE GREATEST OAIUl Thorough Cleaning of Feed Yards Killing ot Pigeons Hint Rats Urged by Council SHORE BATTERIES ARE CREDITED W1TU FEAT E low Bud Weather Allies Claim German Attacks Were All Repulsed aud One Regiment Annihilated London Nov The armies London Nov and furi the JUUc Dealers and Dairy O LliC of Mason Olty lowa Gentlemen wide spread o Mouth Disease Vessels Asserted to be Destroyed av Small Light Craft Doinjs Duty Berlin Nov to In formation issued here oficlally ra ports reaching Berlin from Geneva set forth that the British torped boat destroyer Falcon tho cruiae Brilliant and of war Rlnaldo have been disabled by Qerman giu on the Belgian coast The Falcon is a torpedo boat d stroyer 210 feet long launched 1889 She baa a speed of thlrt knots and complement of sixty me and two 18inch torpedo tubes Tl light cruiser Brilliant was launche in 1891 800 feet long ha a complement of 273 men and ear IS BERLIN CLAIM ARMY SAID TO BM CONTINUING ITS FORWARD MOVEMENT INTO SKRV1A NOTIFIED WASHINGTON OP SUMPTION OF POWER SHIS MORNING WILL LOOK OUT FOR lj vac Takeu by Josephs Men by at Przoinsyl I Special to The GlobeGazette Berlin By Nov 1G Tho Austrian army operating in Her A u a i L i u l J I via says the Austrian official bul FORK1GN INTERESTS lotin glven the German press today 1 continues its forward movement The retreating Servians rallied in a strong Does Not Ask Recotjnition ol MASON CITY NATIONAL BANKS SIONT CASH TO CHICAGO BANK IS ONKS1XT1E OF TOTAL ASSESSMENT TrOOt iiM i A Liontion INOV oil solute necositVi we the Allies and of Germany remain nghting in both the eastern and wi cannot be deadlocked in west Flanders alons oE war is expected incidentally The a battle is ankle military observers to mi of feed deep fe prospect of further c6millg week memorable id fud intermittent artillery duels and m hints tae front encourage staples aim nTl4irl1is aud fnntrb for move fhnt the week will ried two Ginch guiis and Blx cliitl Ultimo for move thaa thenl to expect that the week UcLCiC i German tide through Flancl The cheerful note French official an in Flanders will yesterday indicate that make necessary moro shirts YDres Armentieres Bethune Arras of men in will he and otlier iniand gates to the i itionth swinging uaoK h German tidi and tqrth VvJthout definite result b in to The snQW aul rcenerallv Adverse sounded by the Fr weatherfconditni iu Slanders will nounoements yesteri transients moves the clLlU UtLlWJl more sickness iailj coast remain so far impregnable and throat affe tinns The Germans Have not abandotij tlveir attempt to reach the Frnnch coast towns yet tbev have m t Today to the claims of is doubtless responsible for the op timism While the vigor of the Teutonic offensive may have slackened there Today acprdin to the claims oEis at little indication of a the Allies the Germans are bank resolve on the part of the German oh the right bank of the Yser to abandon the plans ing been forced to release their whicj already have cost them so n the points on the left bank held j stubbornly by them last week Special to The GlobeGazette Paris Nov offi announcement issued af vernooii says that yesterday aipng the west of action will do much more than Canal between Kieupbrt Dlx fighting wua limited to rtillory the During the lay of yesterday aiong the Yser Ca ial from Nieuport to the country up river from Dixmude the fighting limited to artillery excuangon Germans who endeavored to iosa the Yser canal between Dix tiude and Bixschoote were driven iack and German attacks near Ypres epulsed T French have taken ie offensive and driven the enemy roni the positions taken by them voral days ago On remainder of the lino lerc has been artillery exchanges engagements relatively minor coiintry having further been in itiated the submerged territory now retehee to the south of Dixmude Special to The GlobeGazette Official announcement given out heretiiia afternoon says the German attacks in Flanders are progressing slowly but that in Argonne region the Germans hayo obtalned further important successes ies to the and Oairy interests of car Owned by W A Ames of Clear Lake Struck by Auto Occupied by Three Nora Springs Youths 01 IIIKI Just outside of town on the Nora and tne pruiui way itt which Springs road a car owned and driv imve handled similar en by w A Ames of Clear Lake leads us to believe that theie was struck by an auto driven by it action nt this iunc three Nora Springs young men Mr Ames was coming toward town about 6 oclock last evening when the party came toward him He said he turned out to let them pass hut the auto swerved and struck his ma chine He immediately stopned and meut Hut Requests Withdrawal of Louncement says but the Ai strians meut i captured the key to this position aft Troops from Vera Cduz er hard fighting An official Buda pest dispatch reports the Auatrians I took Obrenovac by storm Washington Nov Gutierrez today formally notified the United States of his assumption of power as provisional president of Mexico and guaranteed protection for Americans and all other lor eigners Two communications from Gutier rez were laid tojav befure President Wilson The formal notification oL his assumption of offica added he soon would set up a government in Mexico City and si ak to bring 1 Twelve Negroes about peace The other guaran teeing protection foi foreigners made no reques for r cognition by the United Statta Gutierrez described in some detail Mnscm City Is In Chicago Reserve Dunk District Country Will Watch Result of Plan will be ture Respectfully yours A C WHEELER Milk and Sanitary Inspector fllilK iliiu ciniifcj no aLuyucu tiiLLx Surayiue compounds m lllcJ when he got out of his car the och Creolin Carbolic Acid ChloriOe OL el vas turned over and Jreoull Biauuuuiuu was uvci time Copperas Borate of about B0 or 75 feet behind him form in with Qng the men was pinned un or in dry powder can ihe car but whenremoved was lectually and with Rood results unhurt The other members of tM Formulns will lie furnished if call machine were also unhurt ed for nt the office Both cars were brought to a local Warnings against buying unln garage where they are being repair spected meat were issued by the 10ed A young man named Treaior cal board of health at a meeting lieia Qf Nora gave his nama as Saturday afternoon being in charge of the narty who Fnllowinsr Is the resolution as AmHs nar Well Known Beautjfier of tho City Has Hard Luck While Supcrvisiiii Work ut Willow Creek Dam the Aguas Calientes convention and how he came to be chosen He also asked for the ithdrawal of American forces from Vera Cruz indicateu an agreement might yet be reached between tne Aguas Calientes convention and Car rauza General Gonazles one of the division commanders hitherto loyal to Carranza had had what is des cribed as asatisfactory talk with Gu tierrez and has returned to Cordoba to exchange views with Carraiiza Take Office Dec 1 Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Nov G Sharpwill present his credentials as American ambassador to Presi dent Poincare December 1 taking over the office now held by former Governor Myron herrick o Ohio Sharps nomination was confirmed several weeks ago and Two Whites f i r v Hold as Result of Activities ot De IKirluieiit Saturday Night Twelve negroes and two whites held by the police iiivestigations made Following passed id Owing to the alarming spread of the Foot aud Mouth now epidemic among cattle throughout Turkish Statement epidemic among GlobeGazette the country and the energy sho n i Noy 1CThe lfi Mies north of Bixschoote The fore of tlie enemy which endeavored to i oss the canal between the region i Uixmude and Bixschoote all were back beyond the bridges A erman regiment was completely estroyed at a point to th south of lixschoote To the southeast of Ypres vo othr German attacks were re On our part we have taken the of ensive and reconquered certain of support which the enemy ome days ago succeeded in captur ng Between the Lys and the Oise hero have been only operations of importance and partial tress made by our advance positions In the region of the Aisne and in he Champagne country there have teen artillery exchanges without re in the Argonne the town of St has again been attacked ty he Germans but without success n the region of St Mihiel a surprise ttaek was undertaken by the ene against Apremont and resulted a failure There has been little ac Ivity in the A rather chilly and wholly voluntary bath was enjoyed Saturday afternoon by 1 G Melsou o River Heights the man who has made that neighborhood one of Norhe Iowas btauty spots while he vas work intended to make it even more desirable as a ilace for homes Melson was overseeing some work about the dam at the foot of Fifth street when he lost his balance and eli over backwards acording to re jorts into the water He was res cued and went Home clothes verv wet and rather cold but otherwise unhurt uie Tmlns Berlin Nov ouiciai iur by the Department of Animal Inrlns bulletin made public here claims try and its respresentatives m uil further ottoman opera parts of the middle west to stamp asainst tUe Russians who it is out aud control this great calamity a5serted nave severe iosses to the wellbeing and prosperity or ammunition and provisions the people it is the duty of this mu nicipality to call the attention of rll to the necessity of thorough san itation Itliedive to Join Fight Berlin Nov 1G According to Many War Prisoners Special to The GlobeGazette London Nov in the House of Commons tonay Home Sec retary McKenna imparted the infor mation that alien enemies ot Great Britain are today interned in the concentration camps of the Brit ish Isles There were in addition to prisoners taken men removed from the merchant ships at the enemy McKenna added there arc about 29 000 alien enemies still at large in lingland of night aud Sunday morning houses on West Fourth street large quantity of liauor Bany an opium outfit and several of new shoes and stockings were alao gotten on the raid of the places made by Policemen Johnson and Keenan The police say complaints have beou numerous concerning these which are numbers 424 42G anu 427 West street About Sumlay tit first arest was made vestigauona made by the otiicers during the early nart or tu BventaR At this me Paul Mom gomery and a woman clamvng to be Uis Heiiry Burns and a young woman giving her name as Miss Bell all negroes were placed m jail They were taken from West FouriK They were all held for investigation Between G and S oclock Sunday morning nine other negroes were ar rested aud held for investigation At 424 West Fourth street nosrnes giv ing their names as Rudolph Richard son Tom Hawkins Alex In voimd numbers in cash was slilpped by tha three National Bnnlcs of Mnsou City Saturday night to Chicago as their quota of the first in stallment of the amount which national banks tho country ovor must contribute to the reserve system that is effective today ns deposits and iu payment for stock Onesixth of the total assess ments against cuvh bank is imy nhlo at this time und doiositi of Masoii City banks wore such ns to nuiko tlielr total nearly The three banks contributing here nre the First City and Security The funds hud to he paid in coin or currency ns paying of drafts fiom all over the district to the rnserve banks by other Chicjiso liaiiks would have crip pled their casli supplies Tliis morning also a now system of keeping track ot the currently circulated by Uie na tional banks is effective It Ig put in use nt tlie request of the comptroller of the currency who wants n more detailed rec ord of tho bank note circulation thun has been required in the past SpoeiiU to Tlio GlolioGazette Washington Nov McAdoo today signed tne formal or er announcing that the twelve fed oral reserve banks are ready for business The final acap retiulrecl to set In motion the nations the regional reserve banks ready 01 N new currency system and iound nnnri i i nTi IL tion Berlin Nov 1G Accorng o With this object in view it is reachins here from Constaa hereby requested that all slaughter til8 Khedive of Egypt will houses feed yards stock yarns aim leave the Turkish capital shortly tJ other places where cattle and hoga asaume command of the Turkish op are stored or fed be thoroughly erations against Egypt He will bB cleaned and disinfected and kept so by a suite of fifty Frmnan Will Jones Henry Gallan and W Wilson were picked un by the poll men T M Olds Deda Olds and Lula Jacobs negroes were tak en from the house at 427 Fourth street The Olds woman was not put in jail on account of her 10 year old girl Search of tho var ious houses brought forth a quan tity of beer and whiskey A large number of dice were found and ono Ifi 5 operation HI Washington Nov months of preparatory work and organib ation Governor Charles S Hamliu tlie head of the Federal Reserve Board begins tho new banking sys tem today Secretary McAdoo Gov ernor Hamlln and all the other members of the Board are optimistic In regard to the outlook and believe that the change from numer o ce te cn the o dope outtit was discovered Two under the oW pairs of new shoes one black and ho I16W u sons T M CALL CAME SUBDEHLY ea or gare n to hogs as it is not a safe san meats as these are liable to be dau the practice Well Known Muson City Mail Called of the Heart Was Cause of Death at all times Warning is also given of the careless way of feeding the carcasses of dead Or garoage uncook ed to hogs as it is not a safe san itary proposition at any time and gerous unsafe and is certainly a hazardous one at this should be prohibited particular time when infection is so wide spread Chicago Nov The killing of all animals iioulof livestock at the Union trv included should not be conductwas resumed today after nine days ed in or about any City marital or quarantine because of hoof where food nrodwccs are sold mouth disease Only animals which IOTP IOOC1 til tf aimiLni The Dublin is also warned asrnimt had passed the federal and state iiurchasiiiK for fnod uninspected spectors were allowed tc be killed Special to The GlobeGazette New York Nov New York cotton exchange reopened for un restricted trading today at oclock H had been closed since July 31 when the market went into convulsions and three firms falleti through the demoralization created by the European war The floor of the exchange was thronged with brokers when the gong sounded During the early part of the day trading was exceedingly brisk and somewhat nervous T M Fulghum of this city died suddenly last evening about miles west of Clear Lake where he Costs Dally Special to The GlobeGazette London Nov Asquith ed in the House of Commons to lii Lllc iu vw ay the war is already costing Great iritain from to ilally TUflKISH TROOPS PRKlAUIXU V OR WAR AGAINST THK one tan ns well as several pairs oC black and tan stockings which had never been worn were among I he other things taken the house The police will attempt to find oiit whether or not these articles were stolen Sunday morning a white woman who gave her name as Florence Leach walkeU into the drag net and ehe is now in jail on the charge of prostitution She came to tho sta tion and complained her husband had deserted her asking tho pollen to find him Detective Casey located her husband at the Great Weatefn depot at Sunday afternoon nnd brought him to the station She as held on Hie charge of prostltu on and lie on the cliarre of soficit ng was operating a clover huller matism of the Heart from which he had been suffering for some ti was the cause of his death The body was taken at once to Clear Lalte where his dalughf Mrs Frank Cookman resides a family gathering at the Stoi home here yesterday Mr Fulghum had been home ovei Sunday and yesterday afternoon started back to work apparently li good health A few hours word was received by his family here of his death He died shortly after ariving at the farm where ha was working It is believed the coll ride from Clear Lake to the farm brought on the trouble which cans T ed his death I I The deceased was fil years old I and had lived in Mason City prac I tically all of his life He was born In Boone county and came Foreman nt Cndwells When here shortly after with hia Jlox He Was Removinp From Besides his wife he leaves two sona Wiieon slipped and Fell on Him Clark of Rock Rapida and Willard whc lives here and throa Stewart Wilds foreman of Caddaughters iSIrs Joli Bohulng of wells dray line suffered a fcacture this city Mrs Fred BInger who was of the breast bone anout 10 oclock married here last week and nov this morning while unloading H lives at Charles City and Edith win In front of McCafteys cigar store lives here Two brothers Vane of at 123 East Fifth street The box Watortown S and Joseph of sUTtwl as Wilds pulled it from tin Wilson Kansas and two alsterfl Mra It fell upon him Thp inFrank Cookman of Clear Lake and lured man was taken to his home at Mrs Caff of Tonkawa Okla ff South Washington street whare Funeral arrangements have nor no la reported resting been lr and will be annoimt I tomorrow This shows the Turkish who will noon lie in the field against Russia and perhaps the other their colonial possessions the French In Algiers and England in Hgypt The purpose of Kaiser Wll hehn in getting Turkey Into the war according to despatches enemies Is to cause a from back his fire against the allies in their colonial possessions thus compelling them t send 8OU1O troops from the Europoa scone of war to repulse revolutionist among the rising Mohammedans o their equatorial lands Tells Storv morning the woman win ave her name as Mrs Leach repud ated the sl she told the police jday Ivow she states she merely want d to get her husband and told the tory to make the police take action n finding him He says he will not Ive with her and wants to away action has yet been taken on the UUHK law to ho new law will o with little frlc ion the operation of the new bank ng system meets with tho suc cess that its fnamers predict a new em in finance will begin on Monday in a large and broad sense the new aw is as much the law of the mer chant the manufacturer the inous trial worker and the plain citlnen is it is the law ot the banker The best proof of this is that when the new banks begin operation today the enormous sum of will be released for the business of the country One of tho most Important pur poses which the drafters of the law hart in mind was tho limitation of the power alleged to have been held by a small group oE bankers through the system of alleged Interlocking directors It was charged that this money power had concentrated into Its hands many of the resources and banking credits of the nlted States to the end that it light reap profits and wield au which was unreasonable There Is not to be under the new aw general distribution of the ase Ftaul Other Plunder At the Bouses occupied by the ue groes a womanst coat a set of new urs additional new shoes and new stockings were found this morning It is believed the people are shop Ifters and petty thieves and an at tempt Is beingmade to identify th2 stolen goods The Rock Island Is said to have claimed two pairs ol shoes as bein g stolen from box cars and some of tho local stores arc In vestlgating tho ether wearing ap parel being held y the noUto In formation was filed against the proos in Justice Etanberys cour this morning Austrian Active Special to Tlie GIobcGazfiUe Berlin Nov 1 Austrian official bulletins issued hero nay th Austrian garrison at Prozmysl i showing great energy The Austrlans it Is asserted made a successful sortt to tho north of the fortress money oE the purpose f the new law is to make banking asler and safer to develop and ex ond commercial credits to prevent lie congestion of tho currency In one or two or more centers to per mit the banks to use their own re ources in their own interest and or the benefit of the committees and ections they immediately serve to trengthen the system by conserving he resources of all for the benefit of each to make the business national n fact And not sectional or munl oipal to so concentrate in a cen ral hoard the direction of the fi nances of the country that business lanlcs will not be possible unless ndeed tbe bottom should fall out of everything Under tho now system as under the old will be wheels within wheels A Federal Rrservo Board the huh of the system Federal Re serve Banks with many members Federal Reserve Districts each der the direction of a Federal bank and all directly under tho govern ment of tho Federal Reserve Doard Continued from Page   

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