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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1914, Mason City, Iowa TWICEAWEEK WEEKLY TIME sell stoves and odd pieces of furniture Many are watching the want ads dally to buy what you have to offer fiEPOBTS BY WTSB BAGS DAY OF THE IMPOBTAW1 EVENTS OF 1HB WOBISX WEATHER Fnr and cooler tonight Friday No 3S MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26 1014 That Two ssians Special to The GlobeGazette 1 Berlin Nov is official ly imnounced in Vienna tlwit fielitintr in Russian Poland con tinues Tuul dmt prisoners luive been taken in this battle ns well as fortytwo machine gitus and alarge amount of ammuni tion andwjumaterial French Statement Special to The GlobeGazette London Nov news received in Russian circles here declares that tlio rout of the German and Austrian forces in Poland has been complete The general however Vuis not yet been able to any le of the fighting French announcement issued this aft ernoon was as follows No important development maric the day of November 25 In the north the cannonading diminished m Intensity and no Infantry attack was directed against our linos which made slight advances at certain region of Arras there was a continuation ot the bombardment on the and its environs On the Aisne the enemy endeavor ed to deliver an attack on the village of Missy This movement resulted in complete failure with consider able losses to the Germans We have made some progress the region to the west of Souain In the Argonne in the Woevre dis trict in Lorraine and in the Vosges there is almost complete calm along tho entire front There has been a heavy full on snow particularly in tho higher por tions of the Vosges mountains Russians Massacred Special to The GlobeGazette London Nov from Amsterdam a corespondent ot the Renter Telegram Company says tho Berlin Tagcblat has published a dispatch from Constantinople to the effect that Russians have been sang SPECIAL SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES THIS MORN ING WERE WELL ATTENDED UNION SERVICE HAS GREAT CONGREGATION Special Services Also at Catho lic Episcopal and Lutheran Wagners Ser nitn Thanksgiving services were begun this morning by early masses at both of the Catholic churches at o clock At oclock another mass was said at each church Special Thanksgiving services were held at the Episcopal church and tho Luther an churches had special Thanksgiv ing services At the Congregational church tho Union Thanksgiving service of most of the protestant churches was held This was presided over by Rev C II DeVoe Rev L C Cooley offered the prayer and Rev B M Osgood read the scripture losson Rev DeVoe pro nounced the benediction Special music was furnished by tne choir The Congre itte composed of Misa Stott M R Tournier and Mr very pleasingly by JA West and massacred at Tabriz by the Av Stott to be false and to have been spread for a purpose under German mstruc tionB FARMERS MARKETING SYSTEM CONVENTION TO PERFECT foltowsj ad PulliipB enaoyed by the Thanksgiving Sermon The Thanksgiving sermon was de livered by Dr J E Wagner of the M E church who spoke in part aa WITH MANY REPORTS MISS ING OVER WAS ON HAND WEDNES DAY NIGHT FORTUNATE COMMUNITY GAVE VERY GENEROUSLY Astroa come to all 0 rntin ninbP Gazette omers say that oven the constella ug macy things that we did not Special to The I tions change how much more then Ucl ate wlth tho passing of the American Farmers In3titutions men L raontQS have come to all nin The American Farmers lion organized in Words lose their original meaning Jn different measure the their orgna mea b Jn different measure e change and serve other w or the messlngs and 12 to complete its permanent or intended j Every heart can take all gauization and form te plans fora when b n J the Uand national sys em products e pns when b as a holiday was a sacredly Qod for He wiu comllensate Cor serve o or products L L atUcliEioUB as well as a patriotic festi logs and multiply every joy mars organizations will be m at e Toiay it is any thing but a day j lght that makes Heaven tendance from all parts of the coun worsnipi tllougk beUer things 3iation removed ti r loroHnn is novpl seem to be in store that the past u l strCe and blood plan of the novel years nave contributed Decor hd m cease tne accus rshi an try years nave co It admits to its membership any ho thirUeth May was t of farmers organization witaputm first a day solemn memorial tl cs to ei mdi turn t a t M poS3ible and re I thank Thee my ULUCI with the blessings liero come a few sorrows and there vlll I shall say again I thank hee Then I shall remember that an other mile begins with sun and I shall look to it that Buiile as I begin it and shall say ooking up Father I would tha the road shall lead upward this upward toward Thy highest that the way I so steep that it will take all m strength and the strength whic TThou givest thy beloved children t terfering in any way with their vldual Identity or manner conduc ting their specific business The big central idea Is the formation of a sys tuo Glver of evar gilt We aa a d very thankful that i rados and u tern of county or district clearing bem tae day js given over to pleas houaes reporting to a na1 today aside from a few old sol who go limping to the cemetery graves of their dead comj far from the crowded few friends who attend wnvg ufe where UlQ struggle national existence is long an e and recreation t fierce With our prayer of thanks Thanksgiving was brought forth in t j fervent pray e midst of poverty as an exprea aXy the God of Lov e r Wireless From Punston Indicates First of Fleet Will Reach GiUves ton Iate This Afternoon F 1 to The GlobeGazette Galveston Nov 26 Wireless messages from General Funston aboard the transport Christobel in lcated that the first ship of tho five bearing the Fifth brigade back to soil from Vera Cruz will dock at Galvestcn late this noon All are expected in port here by nightfall A continued downpour of vlrain prevented completion of the amp at Fort Crockett and the quart lormasters department announced the troops will probably not debark until Friday or Saturday The total number of persons leav Vera Crug upon its evacuation by tho American troops is a3 Indicated by reports from ten Funston received here Thanksgiv dinner Is being enjoyed by troops aboard ship tioiial house on crop conditions and available supply The national clearI expres1 ing house will undertake to meet pregLon to Almighty God of the grati Bl vailing demand at any given terminal a few S00re wrechedly poor market and prevent congestion the that they were not number market which often works loss to araong tllejr dead comrades but the producer tllat thoy had food enough such as It is stated by the officials that was to jceen SOul and body to there are about local farmers Today no one is thought of organizations of various types nearly ag ilaving a Thanksgiving unless he all of which lack adequate marketing is ame to sit down to a table liter facilities Delegates are desired ally groaning under Its load of Miss Giblis Takes Care of Honntions mid Sees Tlioy Get to Worthy Ter aons All Over Town Commissioner Slanfocry Mayor Stanton Revernds Cooley DC Voc and Osgood IH1 Much Ilaid Work Money to the amount was raised by the tag day yesterday is tho report of those who handling tho funds bast oven ing with fifteen banks not yet turn ed in the total amounted to The bunks which were not in were those of persons who had worked until late in the afternoon and wero expected to come in well filled Al together the city is complimenting itself not forgetting to especially compliment the ministers the city commissioners and the public schoola on the excellent results achieved To Commissioner Staubery much credit is being given for the excellent work he did in the cause He was always on the job when any details wore to be attended to and took care of a great deal of the work of ar rangement Mayor Stanton was another enthusiastic worker In the field He did much of the planning of the tag day and then took carp to see that tho plans wero carried out in every respect From tho ministerial association Rev DeVoo and Hey Osgood took theTead These men aro in a large part responsible for tho good work done by the citizens of the town In this movement They lent their assistance in every possi ble way It is said by those who were in touch with tho situation ihit theso three ministers and the two commissioners made the tag day Systematically caring for the poor of tho city worked out excellently yesterday and this morning in charge of Miss ICva Gibbs overseer the poor who took complete charge of the work of distributing Thanks giving dinners provided her Many persons offered to aid Miss Gbbs in the work of gathering and distribut ing the big baskets of good things and whenever possible tho assistance was accepted i E uvili climl up that way Let us bu tired Last evening twentyfive baskets but happy in higher altitudes a year hence for Jesus Christs sake J EDWIN WAGNER We aro thankful We are thank ful tor our bountiful harvests and for our Industrial prosperity We ars thankful tor the Brown and Curry tabernacle meetings and for the band of more than four hundivd earnest people who have united with the churches of our city during tha past month We are thankful for the childrens crusade in the inter a ituHiiuiuuiu est oE the Belgian relief No city I am taking a walk through the 6ver saw a lovelier sight than the r1 Hi n Trrao TC n rrt m n rlrOrl Til f n j t nli I 1 rl TTITI inu GLENN ROWLEY Associate Pastor M B Church A Meditation had boon sent out and more were provided this morning BO there might bo no families in the city where tho children or grown persons either could say they had no Thanksgiving dinner The material was all gath ered in tho supervisors room of the court house from whore it was sent out In automobiles Variety enough was given to allow each recipient to be provided with a generous dinner possible All over the city yesterday girls were selling tags They worked un til after dark in an effort to see that nobody who desired one of tho red pasteboards was slighted The larg est single contribution of the daj wns by W E Brloe when he gave to see that each school child woro a tag Mr Brice made a double gift in his donation in see ing not only that far Belgians wero provided for but that no Ma son City child through any reason should feel the childs hcwrt ache In boiug left out of something his fel low playmates were taking part m At tho high school about was collected for tho fund and the grade scho61s of the city swelled the fund with a donation of about In addition to the c lount collected yes terday other locations have already all of which lack adequate marketing is ame to sit down to a table liter 1 am tatting a wane uirougri LUO 6ver saw a lovelier sight man tne facilities Delegates are desired I ajly groaning under Its load of rich world the years aro marked by mile more than two thousand children in from every farmers organization and and varied foods Without worship stones and as I walk each mile the park We are thankful because individual farmers and business mven the upturned face the smile of grati seems shorter than the last More our nat0n is At peace with all the will he welcomed The traffic depart tudo to God upon the lipa and In the than forty of them my feet have World and because our president does the upturned face the smile of grati seems shorter tlian tlie last more our natlon is at peace with all the departI tudo to God upon the lipa and in the than forty of them my feet have World and because our president does rnents of leading railways are expect heart Thanksgiving Is misnamed trod and they are not weary the not want our nation to fight even ed to be represented Headquarters This is not a day for selfindulgence miles grow so short that I wlth mtln Mfwlnn We are thankful KO ot Hio Hntoi Miilnrrl Por fur i Knt for remembering scarcely st will be at the Hotel Millard For fur ther information address J A Ev and revelry but for stop to count them And revelry OUT 101 mjunjoijr LU mcm ther information address J A that through another year God has yet how much Is crowded into them eritt president American Farmers good life has been sweet and of the kind to say grave eFderatlon care Bureau of Publicity hope springs still in the soul The over to amile about Oh no I Commercial club of Omaha heart of man cannot be satisfied not catalogue them That is too the stomach nor can It ex stupid a thing to do I shall Just sit OAUNEGUES HOME press its thanksgiving by stuffing Buil on Thanksgiving day and ask TOWN CELEBRATES the stomach Thanksgiving may be all the good things which have been present at the well laden or at the mine during tho year to come by In table It ea Read the Ads and Shop ent feeling of antagonism toward Andrew Carnegie by his townsmen t Dunfermline Scotland which rought about the pelting of the tatue erected in his honor and the withdrawal of films of Carnegie rom the theatres the birthplace of he aged philanthropist celebrated oday his 79th birthday The mis understanding which caused the demonstration arose over an ex pression of the Lairdpraising the Raiser and excusing him in part for he outbreak of war 24 Shopping Christmas Buy Made in U S Mer chandise present at the well lacien or mine aurmg tno year to come ay m peciiTL to The GlobeGazette I bare and scantily Cufnlshed table It flitting procession and as each goes London Nov the re nt or of ma1 is not a matter ot for national prohibition in Russia so that millions of dollars formerly spent for drunkenness will now go for the necessities of life Wo are thankful for the leaven of the gos pel which is working in the world Wo are thankful LEROY O COOLEY Pastor Presbyterian Church persons who desired to fix individual baskets for special charges notified Miss Glbba of their Intentions ao there might ho no duplication This morning there were no really needy persons left to be provided for but in a few cases good things were sent to homes where it was known the Thanksgiv ing table would of necessity contain a meagre amount A barrel of apples found its way Into the supervisors room yesterday afternoon and this assisted mater teruay ULUCI been sent to the Belgian fund from city At Pensons news stand S150 was collected and sent out pre viously and the ofUco has received and sent away NOW ASStTRED OH1 JJOAGUB BASEBALL Dubuque Nov Tlerney of iio ThreeI league today addressed a committee of citizens urging Dubuque to continue its fran chise in the league Plans tor the or ganization of a stock company and assurance ot thedisposition of shares to business men were perfected Three thousand dollars Is the amount of stock to be sold worth being disposed of now of which Is taken by Larry Mullen of Austin former Dubuquer Mullen will be the business manager Of League ball la now as sured tor iO 11U t terial blessings so much as a matter of heart and consciousness of God and His Graces I likea good table as do most or us but I know that I must worship God at the laden table not merely please my own appetite as If I can be content upon body food as a hog is content I am a body but I am also an immortal soul and the past year has meant more to my soul than to my body And even among tho material goods which are plenty I need to recognize the presence of God Thanksgiving is not a time as some aoem to think for humanity to pat Itself on the back and reward Itself with a great feast for having compelled the earth to yield her in crease Did we but know It the earth If properly cultivated would yield double the Increase our stumb ling efforts have brought forth In harmony with natures laws and therefore with natures God Iowa alone could feed the one hundred millions of our American population Iowa farmers and business men have need to condemn themselves rather than to pat for what they have gotten from the earth Find out on page Spoclal to The GlobeGazette Dos Moines Nov six plumbers from Iowa Minne sota Illinois Wisconsin and other middle west states Indicted for al eged violation of tho Sherman anti trust act will have to face trial in oderal court Uecamhor 8th Judge Arba S Van Valkenburgh has overruled the demurrer and mo tion to quash interposed to tho In dictment The court stated that while the bill might contain a few words not wholly material it charg ed an explicit offenso and was en tirely valid Attorneys for the plumbers arguec that the indictment was BO drawn that their clients were unable to as certain tne exact nature pf Jho Miss Lillle Smlthers daughter of Rev Smithera of Clarkuville and teacher in Grant township seems o be recovering from the blindness with which she was stricken Tues day Another examination of the will be made tomorrow and at that timo it will probably be ascer tained how serious the sudden loss of sight will prove Miss SmitheiB became suddenly blind when sho started to the school house Tuesday afternoon after re cess Sho has now recovered suffi ciently BO she is lable to distinguish objects but ia unable to see yet with any degree dofiniteness ially in providing a wholesome yet desirable dainty for rounding out the dinner baskets From Powder street to tho cement plants and from the Great Western tracks to Bnst Park autos made trips to deliver the baskets In a pinch last evening the police patrol was even pressed Into service for a tow minutes Perhaps it stopped iat some houses with a messageof good cheer whero prev iously It had stopped for more un pleasant work in which the children made happy by the Thanksgiving dinner had no part Chicken in most cases bread po tatoes apples and staples made up the baskets which were sent out Nor was the work done by Miss LNOr wua Glbbs the only work accomplished The Pythian Sisters thg churches land the associated charities all did their share in providing for the needy each being careful not to overlap the work doneby any other organization What lown Is Tho Belgian Relief asociatlon f Iowa does not intend to send any mnney out of the state Corn is Iowas greatest product Corn is needed and can be used by tho starving people of Belgium Corn Is what we will contribute What cash is donated will be to purchase corn as far as possible in each county from which it is do nated That is only fair to every community No person will starvo they have corn Those who do ot know will find a way to do it he Belgians are receiving wheat ncl thoy add about 15 per cent of orn grind It and make a browu read Indian corn is the daily food oE ireefourths of tho native popu la Ion of South Africa This tho writer knows from personal oliser ation Indian corn IB the staple ood of tho Mexicans Neither tho VI ox cans nor tho Africans use mills or grinding it Indian corn was a reat article of food among the ab origines of North and South Amer ca and Central America before Co umbuB discovered America Indian corn saved tho lives of tha Irat English colony at Jamestown charges sought to bo lodged against them W J Daly and John Garvoy of Maap i City are two of Jho men fac Viokaburg Nov Tho peace jubilee of Union and Confeder ate veterans who took part In siege and defense of this town In 1863 la assured by tho promise o congressmen to put through an ap propriation oC for the pur nose F A Hoziene of Chicago whr is president of the Vlcksburg Vot erans association has made publi tho plans to bring about tho reunion The government appropriation 1 designed to cover the expenses ft fourday Virginia in 1607 when Capt John Smith obtained supplies ot It from he Indians Tho Belgian Relief association of Iowa will Kond carload nfter carload f shelled corn to tho Belgians fast as It can be loaded and nhlpped to the seaboard AHoged Wife Dc Sheriff Ooorgo Freer stopped ovel this morning on his way to Blu Earth where ho is takin Charles Swltt an alleged wife de sorter Ho came from EldorOj wlier ho got bis prisoner
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