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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                1WICISAWEEK WEEKLY TIME soil stoves and odd pieces of furniture Many are watching the want ads dally to buy wliat you have to offer SEPOBTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THTE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAYS fTEWS NOT YESTERDAY 1iirtly cloudy tonght ami Wiiiy rising temperature easing simtli winds 1Viilny VOL XXII MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19 1814 No 82 o AN ARTILLERY BATTLE OF STILL GREATER INTEN SITY TODAY IS THE REPORT VIOLENT CLASH BUT TWO HOURS RIDE FROM PARIS Renewed Activity Marks Most Advanced Point of German tine Allies Holding Their Own is Report Violent fighting lias been re sumed with two bourn mo or jide of the gates of Tracy Ke Val where the main battle line from the north swings to eastward at the point nearest Paris the German ad vance led o violent encounter Tho Germans attempted to recniiture the town won the Allies a few days ago but ac cording vo the French war of tico they were repulsed with heavy losses In Flanders the artillery duel described during the last few days ol furious inten sity has become still more vio lent on the part of the Oerninns at least but here as elsewhere opposing forces are hnliUug to their main positions THE DETAILS OF FIGHTING ON EAST FRONT ARE EAGERLY WAITED FOR RUSSIA ADMITS SOME REVERSES RECENTLY Berlin Celebrates Victory While the Other Two Slav Columns Push Steadily Toward Theii Goals HE NEW YORK STOCK EX CHANGE MOVES TOWARD RESUMING BUSI NESS LORD BOBtRTS BOBY RESTS BiiSlDE THE JUKE OFWELL1NBTBN MILITARY HERO TO REST AT ST PAULS TODAY KING ATTKXDS CATHEDRAL SKHV1CKS NO RESTRICTIONS IN EFFECT BUT PRICES Is Bijfsjesl Stop Yet Made To ward Resumption or Unre stricted Business on Big Mar ket Is First Time Monarch Has Been Present at Hczos Funeral For Sixtytwo Years COUNTY RECOVER DIES OF ATTACK WF BUOX CIIIAL PNEUMONIA TOWAY ONE OF THE BEST LIKED MEN IN THifi liOU Special to The GlobeGazette London Nov 17 The body Field Marshal Lord Roberts borne on a gun carriage moved slowly through the streets ot London to its resting place In St Pauls ca thedral tocay Tno streets were lined with troops while hundreds of thousands civilians stood with bared heads in a cold rain as the Made IktWC Flfjhl Against unoral cortege passed The cortege bistase Will he jussati tiy luon in All WalUs ol On jjust Special to Tho GlobeGazette London Nov new Attack on the Russian army in the center of the eastern battle line stood out conspicuously as the Paris Nov brilliant at tack by British troons and French sailors has caused the Germans evacuate Schoorbakke Belgium which 5s practically surrounded hy water from broken dvkea according to news reaching here from the bat tle front Because ot the flood onlv two roads are open to town and on one of these the British approacn ed in armoured automobiles It was a night attack and the Germans im mediately turned their attention lo the British Meanwhile the blue jackets who had made rafts and flat bottomed boats crossed the water and took the Germans by surprise en using them to Elee by the one road loft onen leavine behind many guns much ammunition and varied army stored j The Mliert warships are still orf the coast hurling shells inland onrjortunity offers The Belgian army remains in the region wheie the floods have worst and some dispatches say that in certar t lacos they have been fighting from small boats Having for the time thrown the Russian advance toward the German frontier of Posen Genera von Hinderburg is the hero of tne Special to The Globe Gazette New York Nov an nouncement is made that there will be unrestricted trading on the floor of the New York stock exchange next Saturday in bonds of all classes at certain minimum prices This is considered the most Im portant step yet taken towards re sumption oil unrestricted trading on the exchange Popular Pastor of Trinity Coiijjresa Grand Forks immediate importance in the j nour ln Berlin There is much crit European war The sudden assault icism ln Berljn Qerraan re of the Germans iu Russian Poland from which territory they were de aa belg driven In disorder lent a new aspect to this campaign Russian military officials admit a reverse in this territory and Berlin is celebrating a great victory but ihe meagerness of authentic inform ation from the front makes it mpos sible to determine the extent if im portance of the German successes Meanwhile Russia is proceeding with iier other two adventures in her threefold campaign Her trips to thenorth Petrograd announces art penetrating steadily into East Prus sia while in the south they are clos ing in on Chacow Galicia in an at tempt to crush the Austrians Refugees from Belgium say that West Flanders which is virtually cut off from the rest of the world he the scene vf treat from Warsaw but if the ent marked reversal of form proves permanent the German ceiuai REV D STOEVE 11ESIGNS tions AVill Go to S Dale Northwood Nov 19 Wednesda Rev D Stoeves resignation wa eached St Pauls at noon where the ervlees were held oerore a rever 2nt throng including King George This is the lirst time Englands King has attended the funeral of a national hero since the buviul of the Duke of Wellington sixtytwo vears ago The body was interred alongside the remains of Wellington Nelson Wolsely and other famous Britons King George was not in the proces sion He drove from Buckingham Palace direct to the Cathedral which he reached shortly before the arrival of he fuveral cortege Pre ceding the caisson m battery of In dian artillery was given the place of honor because of Lord Roberts life long devotion to the Kings Indian troops Milton J Gibson bom 21 IS 7 at tuisou Citj Iowa iSov 19 liHi ill iiis at 217 iutst Teiuh J G11JSON County Recorder ho died of hronhritl pneumonia at his home 17 Vast Tenth street at this morning VILLAS VKTZCUAN AIWY IS SCUTH IN XIAIICH ON THE CAPITAL OBllEGOXS AKTILLICUY HUSHES TO DEFENSE mm CHARGE OF OFFICE MTicin Dispatches Indicate that A dun I hostilities in Southern Republic Are Inevitable In the flush this considered representatives from tils three consregations that Northwood Shell Rock and Deer Creek Trinitv Lutheran churches After the resignation had been read it was resolved that a committee ue appointed to recmest Rev Stoeve to withdraw hiarostnaton and remain inNorthwood Rev Stoeve however had accepted a cat to the Zion Lu theranchurch at Grand Farks N the pastorate made vacant hy morning one of the spirits I thiB county has ever known uuj one of the real heroes of this earths little while slipped away from the cuuilicls of life which never once liis indomitable or resolute purpose and wandered away into the fields Elysian A real hero he was heroic in pur pose heroic in devotion heroic in his duty heroic in his optimism in the world and his fellows superbly he roic in sickness to tlie end Special to The GlobeGazelle 11 Washington Nov 19 With Anointment of Mrs Irene Bell veterlxns hurrying fill the vacancy in the office southward on their way to Mexico county recorder Caused by the death anfl artillery loyal this morning of M D Gibson pearltinted J made this board meetinp deputy or iu u Carranza proceeding northward afternoon special Q defensjve lf onfv had dispatches from son mentioned for the vacancy She nualifecl todav In the interim the office was Just now the i cr jas and other American representatives indicat ing that actual hostilities iu the republic appeared inevlt mintetered by Georre B Frost ot taking charge is imposed by statj reports related that Gen ment issued at Mes ute The recorders office door was The northern forces have violat d but business was every armistice pronnse made to accepted for I consider that all efforts made 0 t present trouble without Street VisUcil by Hold 1rowlcr Who Made Successful Raid Two burglaries one which was at the home of Harry Harks on Wil low street was fruitful resulting in the burglar or burglars getting Dr Hegland who recently accepted jn Ca3h and checks ana one which was not a success the robbers be ing driven away after getting a win dow open at the F O Stevens home 725 South Madison are reported to the presidency of Waldorf College at was Forest City It was with deep veiug doubtless will retrieve its reputa tion iust as tho Allies retrieval themselves almost at the sates of Faris The German wedse from Posen would apnear to have driven the Russian center more than 111 Me hack from the frontier so tint the line is now about midway ho tween German territory and Wur pret that the congregations were in formed that their much liked pastor for eight soon move to new fields Durin0 thrsr residence in North wood Rev and Mrs Stoeve have made hosts of f not only pij chircliRS but in social affairs day and otherwise about The work is apparently that of the same crooks in each instance At the Marks home the thieves gainod entrance through a basement indow and prowled through the Rev Stoeve came Wjtu0ut waking the occ t eicht years ago robbery is believed to h about midnight upants have oc martial decorations fill the worlds thought because of bravery n the battle fields across the seas But on Uiis stage of life if one sees only the trade hero by soire rtarins act battle or by rescuing human life from fire or tempest or flood he misses the greater characters in the worlds great drama TMrtyeight years ago Mlon Gib son wus born He early leveloped unusual faculties for menial and physical promise One day when faur ytars pfjyje his piay mates older than hei he wns a su anger o fear roiled him down hill iu a barrel The thoughtless tnck ol youth handicapped liini lor life Vi hen hu grew strong again he car ried no bitterness in heart and never did he curse fate or Be moan his hick of physical slieugth le have known always since was iibie to measure others of his relatives in size and strength that uUL for his untoward ho wuiild have been an athiuit and a slrikiig figure in any closed and at the auditors office Supervisor C B Sommers and Auditor Frost felt that public neces slty renuires an immediate to mo rosort tt arms as Villa Favored continues to be the scene saht military operations hey speak of an inferno of shot and chell ind devastation with a continuous cannonading and an endless proces sion of wounded German Fiver Txist Berlin Nov German official communication issued this afternoon said The situation in West Flanders I k and In the north of Prance is French Statement Special to The GlobaGazelte Raris Nov French of ficial announcement issued by the war office this afternoon says that yesterday saw in the north increas ed activity in artillery fire particu arly between the sea coast and the River There were no infantry attacks in this region The text of the communication is as follows On the north yesterday was marked by a renewal of activity on the part of the enemys artillery par ticularly between the seacoast and the Lys There were no infantry attacks in this region Between the Oise and the Aisne vicinity of termination troops It fill the uuluit for the Trinity con rn ft MS n Pliell Rock and Deer C eek and during that time he has been more than oreacber of the hB has been They took a pocket book contain 1 ing in casl ana 40 ill checks aifrom Mr Marks trousers and a lind uastor and syrapathvj and love in manv a home which bad been visited by trouble But ho waa madu or difierent Are Away At the Slovens home Mrs Stevens was awakened aUer remov ing u screen they opened a window She roused her husband and the robbers tied This was shortly alter 1 a m About half an hour later they returned and made another ai Neviula Nov cases t pt wero frightened away dealtic with convict camps at came up for hearing yesterday stevens got fleeting glance One lluppy One Unhappy Convict fibre He did not allow himself to btj a burden oil the members of Jiis nor ask favors his at school because of his pliysiuul WLLiiviicss He rather insisted on car ing for himself and he outclassed nicSL of those who were stronger agility o both mind anil body ne used intelligently in play or work ment so they eot in touch with oii Grimm and Doderer who were summoned to a speciul meet ing what fearful odds he battled for A seccnd primary and a sec election stamped the most em phatic approval of his public servic and Ten days ago he to tracted a severe cold in his office later developed into and tho end came this morning at oclock i bteen years in newspaper mak ing in any community gives oppor tunitj to learn and Unow of the men and women who leave their impress upon their fellows In this county have lived men who pioneered and built the foundations well men who anuibsed wealth and were liber al in their charities men who ny means of their profession have car ried balm to the tired body and the sic in heart noble women whose 1 fe in a limited circle radiated sun shine They have gone and their has been s m rly mourned but two decades we cannot recall the passing of one in erro Gordo who has radiated FO r good cheer anl given so h inspiration to the HI who were discouraged as this friiv bodied but lionhearted soul who had be intimate friendship alike of the V Nov Consular Agent Carothers with Gen Villa reported there has been no fighlinr since the southward movement began and ventured his opinion that there will he no hos tilities the rank and file of the ConstiLutionnlists seemed to Villa Leon was taken yes terday without firing a sliot Special Nov 1 thous and troops voluntarily sur rendered to General Villa whan ho ooK Leon aiul oLier garrisons all alom ihe line are chunking their allt ianco to the northern ihief as iio marches toward Mexico City In Special 10 The GlobeGiiuolto Nov Siittiing of the jiarty wil between the UaskinS Riloy Drug store and llic building ad it oi the cast in tlie course of operations for the moving further hack of the store fronts has caused damaye to the fronts of IUililiGS Digvug about tho cen ter wall the cause of Iho mishap No ono wa1 Injured and the damage will ho in the course of niak tbc Lhangcs us gum and tliougb sicknuss oiuu I wealthy financier the busness man ron the operations in the Tracy Le Val had a very favorable for our win be remembered tha possession of this village several greci a The day before yesterday encountered some of the enemy y Bndpavored to recan A aviators while making a reconnoiter ing flight and caused them to des cend one Qf them falling One or our flviner machines is missinc A fierce French attack in the region i ofServon on the western slopes of I the Germans endeavored to recap ture It After having captured our first trenches they succeeded In making as far as the cen tral square of the village Here however a vigorous counter attack the forest was repulsed j delivered by our Algerian contin vith heavy loss to the enemy Our gent drove the enemy back and iosTes were small It the eastern wrested from them all the ground we heaTre of war commenced had lost and inflicted on him very heavy losses In the Argonne we have main tained our position Along the rest of the front there is nothing new to was that of Frank Johnson the man who escaned from the camp early Uis season was later cantured at Lincoln and brought back here fui Ho will serve out the balance of his regular sentence and have ve years added to It He was taken ack to Anamosa yesterday Another case was entirely differ nt This man was with the camp ast year finished the season there as paroled and has since bsen orking in a barber slion at Ames Yesterday he was in the city inal arrangements for his pardon fter which it is said that lie will lot only continue hs work hut a bride He was a mighty happy joy when he the court houso as he ran past Constantinople Asserts The Russian Squudfon Was and Worst ed Off Sebivstoitol Fight in Boats Special to Tho GlobeGazette Bruges Nov for the first time In this war today proved ineffective due to the inun dated territory between Dlxmude and NIeuport where the fighting is he Ing carried on in flat bottomed boats Jj Special to The GlobeOaxette Berlin Nov Turkish fleet IIKS engaged a Russian squad ij ron of two battleships and five cruls ora off Sebastopol accoidng to an official report from Constantinople Ono of the Russian battleships was damaged and the other shlpo with the Turkish ships in pur suit lledto Sebastopol Iu a running Eight ui lloy Sent Home Percy Ross was today sent to Mln ncapolis by the juvenile court Th boy is 14 years old and has been llv ing here intermittantly since Febru ary He was sent onco before Hi father lives In Minnftapolls where h is In the advertising business Th boys mother lives somewhere I Iowa and Is taking care of two chll dren It 1n said The family have sen arated The juvenile court at Mln neapolis has promised to see that tb father supports theboy fiiiider linclc on Jol ChlefofPolice Menno Snider is back on the job again this morning after a weeks struggle with bron chitis The chief does not yet talk ibove and spends most of lis time arguing with persons wiio advise him to go home and wait u il his throat is better But the chief nsists he Is alright and is going to stick right to the job from now on viiuiow in night the moonlight boms bright The police professed ignorance of these robberies today Hath Till Mmt Dismissed Special to Tlie GlobeGazette Garner Nov 19 The case of the State uf Iowa vs Frank viUllendorf i ihe charge of forgery was dia issed yesterday afternoon in jus ice court here for lack of Suhumskie was tne complain ng Witness alleging the defendant lad forged his name to a note for This is the second time Mul enclorf has been released recently he other time when he was dismiss d on the charge of swindling which vas also preferred hy Suhumskie The complainant declares Mullen lorf misrepresented a bath tub agency to him and caused him to pay under false pretenses Chicken Pie Supper About fifty young and older people attended a chicken pie supper at Portland last evening The party went down taking one big ruck and numerous automobiles The persons report a good time bu a rather chilly one One Below Hero The mercury fell to one degree be low the zero mark during last nigh according to the official report Thi temperature hovered around zero up until almost noon but took a com partitive rise tills afternoon Dnkin Breaks Wrist Dr C 13 Dakln suffered a brokei wrist last evening as a result of kick by an auto He started to cran the machine when the crank went th wrong way and the fracture resulte him out as a mark his indomitable purpose to live to glow to do something for the bfiau world in which he lived and later to care fsr his widowed moth er as a big strong man would for a child beat back Uie legions of dis ease and discouragement and made him one of the choicest factors in tlie life of Mason City and Ccrro Gordo county in the last two decades There was no such word as fail ure in his lexicon There wos no such thing in this little span ite as de feat He went through high school and then took the course of an expert accountant meantime contributing to his support by making his moth ers garden tho best in th city and in numerous ways which are open to apt and willing youths Then he became the bread earner and purchased a home for his moth er Many times when his earning capacity was at its best sickness would overtake him but he fought it back and begun anew without a murmur and with the supreme con viction that he would recoup his en forced vacations As his strength and health seemed to develop he decided to add to his educational equipment for ffiQUor possibilities of larger enumeration that his mother might have more comforts and more enjoyment And so he gave up his position ap plied himself to study carrying the course along to successful culmina the toiler on the street the farmer tiio merchant the clerk the manu taiturer UK man at the nnv in every station of life Toars will be in the eyes as friends sav he is gone but a life HO frought with devotion to a widowed mother SQ th Rood cheer and up lift to everyone with which it came n contact a life which has touched in some blessed way nearly every family in this county can never leave this world but will radiate its comforting presence like a sweer perfume as long as memory lasts A little more than a week ago ho took an obligation U was an obli gation to lead a noKsr and purer life and ho reverecly announced his complete trust 5n God In hia last days he thought of his friends and one of tlie last things he did was If from his flick room a baautlfu flower to a Mend with the thought that the friend would be better iiblo to enjoy it He communed wUh cPiiilden Fmnk eFruldcu und Miss Gladys YVelchiMwore currhid last evening by lustice V L Klmbdll nt his home Thfi wi ru iidninpaiiied hy Chnrlos Pnwlej and Miss Mable The parents nf tho young worn not informed of the cere ninny it is Knd liKiulry this morn ing at homo tho information that ho was out ot the city IJUHMXGTON KOAI TAKKS OFF THAINS Jlailromls Aurce Ipou Policy of Ko meiit nnd rEeducc Number of Trains Tlie railroad together with tho Rnck Island and Milwaukee roads agreed in a mooting held la Chicago to enjoy u ue ti 5 mother in hia dreams during the as j and hope faith give the comfort wmcl1 as they held so many delightful hours of converse in the mother l near the little home and so creutly enjoyed the fruits of these r mkavos so he has simply passed over to fiud and enjoy her sweet presence ajain in the garden of Ever Plaiance where there is no pain and sickness the eternal bloom and the tree of life Nnvy Department In Dark As to De tails of Allesed Pirincc upon Amer ican LAimeh hy Turks Washington Nov the navy department continued every effort to eet a further report to furnish the missing links in the chain oC Incidents connected with the firing unon the cruiser Tennes sees laiticli by Turkish forts at Smyrna nothing has been heard from Cantain Decker or Ambassador Morganthau As nearly a week was taken in getting the message through to the state department from the ambassador at Constantin onle little information is expected from him before Captain Decker h heard from Yesterday pot his first re port of the incident through withra a few ton while he devoted half his time to a clerical position to meet the household expenditures Soon the opportunity came for sor vice for which he was peculiarly fit ted and he becamo a candidate ror the office of county recorder In preliminary primaries and subse quent elections he won tremendoua majorities which came from the per sonal knowledge of nearly every vot er of his capable finalities of mind and his noble jtialltles of heart With such boundless confidence expressed by his fellow men at the polls he was anxious to demonstrate that the tfeist was well imposed and he overtaxed his strength keeping the records up to the minute and closing his first year with the largest Hisness that office had exper ienced Ho became tte victim of rheumatism and no one but close friends and the medical fraternity knows what he suffered and against Milton J Gibson was born In Ma son City Iowa February 21 1877 nnd parsed nway at ten minutes be ten oVuock at his late residence 217 Fast Tvnth street in this city He wns tho non nf James H Oibson and Frances K Gibson and loaves mourn hla a brother Morton 1 Gibson of Nortbwood and Mrs Mar M Klddcr of this city A sister wenk to nut into of retrenchment by road a fust train each w one east and ono Tho change will go into effnft ou November 20 and new trne cards will Koon IIP psufid It is slated luck f truTic s rorriin for this nolicy Tim Burling ton will lake oft train No 1 which leavns Chicago for Denver at fi in tho f Read the Ads and Minnie preceded him to spirit world twenty years ago and two otn er momlcra oT tho family died in m fanry His mother to wloiu he was greatly devoted died Feb 3 lm Ue was a graduate of the Maaon City High school Tolands University and Usimiltons irnlvfraity of Commerce He was elected recorder of Cflrro Gorrlo county in 1012 and reelect nd n 1914 He wns a member of the Masonic fraternity thr Odd Follows anil the Benevolent Protnrtlvn Ortlc TClks funeral Kerviccs will occur at the Christian church at Sunday afternoon Shop 29 Shopping Daps Until Christmas Buy 3ftlf In V 3 Mer chandise   

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