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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                NEWS Sir J T Jenkins broke his arm iast Saturday morning trying to Xrank his auto Mr and Mrs D H Van Kirk had a family reunion Thanksgiving AH the children were at home Mr and G Netser and little daughter Mr and Mrs Willard Temple and children of Mason City Mr and Mrs L M Van Kirk and little girl ot Montecello Iowa Miss Eva Vau Kirk of this city Dr W Hemphill and wife of Dexter Iowa and Miss Kittle hin spent Sunday at Plyomouth visitin their brother Dr Hemphill Mrs Quackenboss spent Thanks giving at Council Bluffa with her son Art Quackenboss and family Mrs Art Quackenboss accompanied feer home Mrs Rosebrook Miss Hazel Strous spent Thanks Miss Florence Tibbets Miss Stella Shaffer of Mason spent Thanksgiving with her parents The Baptist ladles gave abox so last Saturday evening i Miss Frances Jenkins returned to Moines Monday afternoon to re sumeher school work Miss Eva Van Kirk and Prof Cocking autoed to Clear Lake last Saturday Mr T E Hales is spending a fev days in Des Moines Miss Hussel our assistant princi pal spent her Thankgiving at hoine Lake and Miss Willis do science teacher The Baptists began revival meet ings last Sunday evening Rev Whistler of Sheffield is assisting Rev Edwards NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES Plymouth Dec 4 Mrs Chas Laraway and sitter left last week Monday for Wessington Springs S D to spend the Thanksgiving holi days They returned to Minn Monday of this week Austin pur old time friends and neigh bors the Emil Huebner family have sold theJr 320 acre farm near Wes sington Springs S D and expect to move out into the country around the Black Hills Herman Schmidt and his sister Miss Edna left last Tuesday for Cresco Iowa where they spent the national holiday at the home of their uncle Emil Schilling former ly of the Commercial college Ma son City They returned Tuesday after spending some time with their Mason City relatives on home their way The fine new farm residence of Albert Trettin southeast of Grafton is very near completion being plas tered and ready for the insidefinish ing The building will be modern and up to date in every respect and the cold will be frightened a fine hot water plant Otto Ringham is here for a short business visit from Ray N D He the weather will be fine and the crowd large so the girls will be able to turn over a goodly sum to so worthy a cause BRITT NEWS Britt Dec Grace Fox re turned to Mt Vernon Monday morning Mrs E NY Bailey and Miss Alice Bailey visited Saturday at Mason City with Mrs RoseBailey A J Lilly was a Klemaie business visitor Saturday The Misses Helen and Gladys Heartzell returned Saturday from Emmetsburg where they had been visiting several days Mr and Mrs Philo Wilcox of For est City were guests of Britt friends over Suuday Miss Virginia Bailey of Emmets of Mason City burg spent Sunday with Britt rela Ora Bailey made a business trip to Klemmo and Gbodell Saturday Mrs Sherm Page of Gorwith was an over Sunday visitor with Britt friends James Elsham of Cor with was a caller here baturday Mr and Mrs O Vlckermau of Cor with were over Sunday visitors with Mr Vickermans parents here Mr C Combs of Humboldt came Wednesday fora visit with his daughter Mrs Rufus Wood of Garner was in Britt on business Tuesday Married at the home of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs Geo at Council Butts onThanksgiving day Mr Guy Butts and Miss Edna Kinney of Em metsburg They willmake their home at Emmetsburg W H McGruder of Iowa City spent Thanksgiving day with his father here Ray Kelley of Cedar Rapids spent Sunday with his brother Ray and family Peter Molloy returned Saturday from Iowa City where he has been taking treatments the past three weeks Jake Becker or Garner was tran sacting business here Saturday Mrs Frank Thomas of Woodstock 111 arrived Tuesday for an extend ed visit with her parents Mr and Mrs John Burdck here Vincent McCarthy of Elgin is visiting his parents here Sidney Alrldge made a business trip to Etometsburg Tuesday Miss Esther Blanchon returned Tuesday from a visit with her sister at Luverne Mrs Elsmo is enjoying a visit from an uncle from New York Miss Helen Lansburg of Spirit Lake returned home Monday after a visit of several days with her brother here Mr and Mrs Lew Anderson made an auto trip to Forest City day Mrs John Mlckleson is enjoying a visit from an aunt from Cedar Rap ids Mr and Mrs Tom Peterson and Mr and Mrs John Halverson at left Mrs Ringham well although tended the funeral of a relative near Somewhat homesick Forest City Wednesday Tha Seward Hartoug family en Swan visiting his parents tertained the members of the Maat porest City this week dera family at Thanksgiving dinner Mr and Mrs Elex Anderson of After to return of his parentsMason City were guests at the Chas from Tama County Iowa first of Ryason home Thursday last week Walter Harmau left for tie siame district to spend Thanks giving and visit the many friends and relatives of the family who live there and Mrs L S Armstrong en tertained the members of the Arm strong family at dinner Thanksgiv ing Mr and Mrs A Laraway were n Mason City last Wednesday and got tagged all right for the Belgians They had gone over to get Julia for the Thanksgiving holiday Although she was somewhat under the weath er the temptation to spend the holi day at home was too lauch She re turned to the city Sunday afternoon Chas Armstrong and Alex McLean went to Portland to look after Mrs Charles Miller and Miss Florence Hughs left Monday for Rochester where they will receive medical treatment Mr and Mrs Ed Clark and Mrs L B Raw went to Des Moines Wed nesday to spend Thanksgiving day with relatives Dr Couper made a business trijf to Garner Friday Mrs Jake Rphrback was a gue of Algona friends Tuesday sW L Roberts is home from a with relatives at Osage C Combs is here visiting bis daughter Mrs P J Elsmo Mrs Harriet Lister died at fcer home in Britt Saturday Short services were held at the resi dence Monday vV W Tyrrell con Friday morning to attend the Y M G A convention GARNER NEWS Noble returned last Sat urday from North Dakota where he has been for some weeks Mrs Myron Hyde has been serious ly ill but is now somewhat better The Social Circle the United Presbyterian church held their monthly meeting on Thursday in their new rooms for first time Com forters were knotted for the pastors family Refreshments were served by Miss Cassill Mrs McCormick and Mrs Menzo Heddens Mr Harry Hannigan left Garner Wednesday morning for Sac City Iowa where he has a cousin Mr Hannigan came here from San Fran cisco where he grew up last spring He worked here at carpentering all summer and by his genial nature he won many friends who regret his de parture Mr and Mrs Ben Leonard spent Thanksgiving and the two following days with the family of their daugh ter Mrs Flora Shartle at Ruthven The Progressive club banquet has been postponed from Thursday to Friday because a number of the members wished to attend Joseph And His at Mason City that night Dorothy Zeigor is suffering from an attack of tcnsilitis Mr Joe Knadler visited with hia Bister Mrs Palmer of Britt over Sun day A crew from Klemme are plaster ing the new house of Wm Mrs Williamson and her daughter Florence visited Mason City Friday Ana so did Miss Willie Gilbert The Misses Feme 3eiger and lone Badker resigned their positions In the telephone office Lela Williams and Esther Garish take their places Mrs Henry Greismer was on the sick list a couple of days this week Mrs KatherJne Little was so un fortunate as to lose two bills in the post office While writing an or der at the desk her coat sleeve brushed them off the desk They evidently were picked up by some one who didnt care to find the owner A large delegation from Garner took advantage of the return special train to attend the spectacular play of Joseph and His Brethren at Ma son City on Thursday night The Glass of 1914 had the jolliest sort of a party Thanksgiving after noon at the home of Miss Marie Burke The Burkes served an ele ant foure course spread All but two of the class were present The entire class are planning to be together a part of Christmas day Mayor Blackstone has issued a call fpV a meetingin the city hall on Thursday Dec 3 at 8 oclock to make arrangements to solicit cornand money for the relief of the suffering Belgians All the Garner teachers are again on duty after their Thanksgiving hough some were behind schedule ime The numerous Garner girls who teach in other towns have also returned to their schools Mrs Tom Tobin visited relatives in Nashua last week Mr Arthur Hyde came home from Spirit Lake on ac count of the illness of his mother Raymond Kriz has sufficiently re covered from his severe attack of pneumonia as to be back in school again Mrs Henry Greismer and Miss Bes sie Tompkins spent a day at Mason ity this week Elmer Merten of Ames and his sis ter Lillian who is teaching at Brad gate spent Thanksgiving at the par ental home Rev Panzlan is away conducting evangelistic meetings Fred Merteii at jupied his pulpit during his ab farm but discovered the farm had ducted the service The remains already been rented AH Alex can were taken to her old home in Illin do is to hope for better luck next ois I Mr and itfrs Eddie Bailey of For Mrs L S Atkinson and Mrs Waiest City were guests at tlie Bert ter Weston of Mason City home Thanksgiving day ed jointly atThanksgiving dinner Lloyd Denny left for his home at Mr and Mrs Emil Glassel and Mountain Grove Monday after went by auto route to St spending several weeks with Britt Ansgar last Sunday to a birthday relatives celebration in the Bartz family Mrs Mr and Mrs Chas Cherne of Bartz at Blue Earth Minn was Osage were over Sunday guests at among the guests Miss Rika Bartz tne Raymond Roberts home left Monday for Rochester jjr and Mrs Chris Glllstrap of where she will consult the famous crystal Lake were initiated into the rMayo Bros au h r health is not very Eastern Star Tuesday evening much improved and she expects to jir and Mrs Frank Stone and have to submit to another operation clarence went to Mason City Mon Claude Henry of Clear Lake man jay clarence is taking medical ual training department had the un the hospital there pleasantness of getting left in Ply Clarence Heartzell has re last Sunday evening not be gjgned her position at the telephone Ing aware of the change in railroad ottice schedule He made the trip to Maj Miss TennyOleaon of Clear Lake son City by auto and the disagreejg visiting her aunt Mrs John able weather is all Claude can comgpalla plain of in his mishap j Mrs Will Erwin was a guest elerk Miss Schissler the pleasant lady Mason City friends Wednesday jrk in the Grafton drug store had ntss Sidney Weedbn of Chi of Chicago a day off last Saturday which Bhe came Tuesday for a two weeks visSt spent In congenial company and enI at the James Verrill home jpyed an auto ride at the same time R Wood of near Garner was tran Henry Beedermiann has returned Bacting business in Garner Tuesday his Cadillac car and has purchased a j Mrs Will Wright was a Garner fine Chalmers car There Is nothing visitor over Sunday so good but what there might be a Mr and Mrs O A Phelps went to better Clear Lake Saturday to visit their Master Carl Paulus assisted in the SOn drug store at Grafton Saturday I Mr and Mrs Stark returned home during Miss absence from Marshalltown Tuesday The chicken car of C Christians Mrs Lafe Garthwalte and baby was loaded to Its capacity and left jeft for Charles City Saturday They fibout midnight Dec 1st for Chicago In charge of Frank Narck Miss Alma Ueker is assisting been visiting relatives liere sev eral days Mrs Frank Thomas of Woodstock Christians store during the chicken arrived in Britt Wednesday for days aud will remain until the days a visit with her parents Mr and of Santa Claus are over for 1914 Mrs John Burdick Miss Lulu andford and Tulla Laurence Hughs made a trip to Ft away will entertain at the Sandfonl Dodge Thursday home B O addition at supper this Roy Hillary left for Lake Park week the proceeds of the collection Wednesday at the same to go to the Sunday Mrs A N Anderson of Garner school func of the Evangelical was In Britt Wednesday church on Brice street AVe hope Dr Heocox left for Cedar Falls lag Mr and Mrs R W Newton have purchased the Paul Suhunski place north of the Milwaukee station for Mr and Mrs Suhunski will move to Clear Lake where their son Mer lin is engaged in a bank Tha Myron Bowers family had a family reunion on Thanksgiving Their daughter Mrs Strab of Mon tana is here visit So they were all together for the first time In sev eral years Father OPava pastor of the Cath olicchurch here ior a number of years with his sister left Thursday morning for their new field of labors four miles out from Jackson Junc tion Mr Charlie Barnes is confined to his bed owing to a nervous break down Miss Winnie Gilbert Is extending her Thanksgiving vacation until nest week for amuch needed rest Mrs George Shaefer spent Thanks giving in Mason City A lot of Garner people purchased tickets for the spectacular represen tation of Joseph And His Breth ren at Mason City for Friday night thinking the special was to be on for that night Little Jean Schneider who Is at Story hospital at Mason City Is do ing well Mr and Mrs Hastings spent the Thanksgiving season with relatives at Spencer Mrs Ed Mauck accompanied by her husband and Dr Bemia went to Algoun Wednesday afternoon for medical treatment The two chil drea are staying with Mr and Mrs Cliff Givans Mr and Mrs Elias Merten and Mr and Mrs Albert Steihl of Charles City took Thanksgiving dinner with the Geo Merten family here Mr and Mrs Badker spent Thanks giving with their daughter and her family at Thompson Dr H A Richter and family were guests at the Dr Hubbard home at Mason City The Ed Wellemeyer family enter tained a number of Charles City rel atives last Friday Miss Marie Cleaves of Drake came home from Des Moines to spend the Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs E T Wesson enter tained friends from both Clear Lake and Mason City on Thanksgiving The ladies of the Congregationa church are preparing for a bazaar on Saturday December 12th In add tion to fancy and useful articles for sale they will serve hot waffles and coffee Miss LaPette Howe of Goodell via ited Garner friends last Saturday Alva Pcplocte is back from her visit at Center June tion with the Rev Phillips family this Thursday Between forty and fifty peopl united with the English Methodis church last Sabbath as a result of th recent evangelistic services Rev McConnell J W Ram say and Sam Hammond left for De Moines Tuesday morning to attenc the Soul Winners Conference held in connection with the William Suada meetings The mother of Mrs George Law horn died at the home of her daugh ter here The remains were taken t the old family home in Wisconsin Mrs Healey and children visile friends in Belmond Mrs Richard Baldwin returned t her home In Ft Dodge Mrs Charlie Brachen visited he daughter Veda at Prairie du Chien Mr and Mrs Arthur Fleenor o Jewell spent Thanksgiving with par ents in Garner Mr and Mrs Walter Pritchar havereturned to their Garner horn after a residence on ctieir farm nea Gelmond since spring Rev Whltfleld of Esthervilio an superintendent of this district preacf In theM E church Sunday even SHEFFIELD STEWS The new school building was opened to teachers and pupils Mon day morning and all were delighted The building shows great credit to the workmen and Is one that Shef field may well be proud of Con tractors Hansen and Isackaens ave returned to their homes In Des Moines Rev J M WbJsler is in Sawlednle where he Is assisting Rev Edwarda n revival meetings at the Church An election was held Monday to decide as to the sale of the old ichool building It was decided to sell it as soon as possible Mrs Anna Barney spent Thanks riving at Mason City aith her slstoi Arthur Kayaiond Miss Broad who has been visiting Mrs Raymond or a few weeks returned home with Mrs Barney Mrs Art Endress is spending a ew days with her mother Mrs A errie in the country Oramel Pansier and family of Al lert Lea spent Tuesday night at his mothers home in town as they were on their way with their auto to Des Moines to spend Thanksgiving ind to hear Billy Sunday At this lace they were joined by Marjorie They returned Sunday orenoon j Mrs Rachel Button of Clarke louth Dakota who came to attend ler mothers A Cornells fuu ral was visiting old friends in own Monday Vivian Christians from near Mil waukee Is visiting relatives he Esslingers this week Miss Elsie a former teach1 r In the but now saching in Bristow opeat Thanks living at the C J Le Valley ind visited the remainder of the week with old pupils Chas Thomas and family and Mr om Thomas and wife are visiting with the C J Le Valley family this week Contributions of corn or money re being made by the pupils of the chooi for the Belgian sufferers Harvey Hunt and Art Froming sach are having farm sales this week md with their families win move to own the first of the new year Har ey will engage in the implement usiness and Art will run the slo ator he has purchased of his father Gale Essllnger returned to Iowa ialla Sunday afternoon after spend ng Thanksgiving with the home oiks Mrs Rose Schmidt who has been seriously ill la slowly recovering Mrs W Bigg Mrs Leon Sulll an and Mrs Fred Avon were Mason City visitors Tuesday afternoon LAKE BULLS NEWS Winnebago church nas just closed a mission festival Meetings were also conducted at Beaver Creek church at the same time A tola of was taken in for the cause being donated by the Winnebago church Both churches are In charge of Rev Granskou Several outside speakers were secured for the meetings Jasper Jasperson died at his horn at Leland on Thanksgiving day and was buried last Saturday He was born and raised in Leland and ias been for many years a Man carrier He leaves a wife and one son 11 years old to mourn his death Because he alleges of a dispute over A line fence Sever Severson critically ill at home of his son Ole in Mount Plaasant township He claims he was hit over the head with a jug by Lawls Thompson a neighbor Both are old men and live on adjoining farms On Sunday evening according to Severson he went to visit his neighbor While there the dispute arose he aud he was struck on the top of the head first with a post and then with a At a meeting of the boardof di rectors of the Winnebago County Mutual Insurance association a do nation of lu was made to the Lake Mills fire department because of their food wovk don5 at the A Huugo fire in M M Anderson has had teen head of cattle killed during the past month The brains of the animals were sent to Jowa GUy where It was found the had had rabies The animals are though the court house and justice courts for this reasnii I MEASURES EE i FORE CONGRESS Washington Dec Wilson is conferringwith the lead ers of the congress with reference to a legislative program for tha third session of the G3rd congress beginning next Monday So much time necessarily must lie used in considering the appropriation billa that the general program must bo very limited The administration apparently is determined that thure shall be no extra session next sum mer so the president must make very adroit selections if he is to set favored measures through without too great risk of compelling an tra session to finish with the sup ply bills Conservation will undoubtedly have an important place on Mr Wilsons list Two waterpower bills have passed tha house and are favorj ed by the oresident having TK proved from the conservationists over the form Va which they were introduced The president may also urge a bill which extends the policy of leasing public lands following the model of the Alaska leasing bill This proposed measure find opposition in the senate The mystery attending the fateoil the seamens bill has not yet been solved The president has continued noncommittal regarding thia legisla tion which passed both houses Iti radically different forms and is now awaitinga conference This bill is one of the pets of union labor Ac cording to its opponents its pro visions are wholly inconsistent with the business policy which must bo followed by ship owners it they are ic take full advantage of their privileges under the ship regfstiy law During the present period of transition it wight embarrass the ad ministration Nevertheless uii ions are likely to insist that this measure be enacted despite the ar gument that it may handicap the growth of the American merchant marine 4 Probably some of the Southern members will insist again upon tlie HenrySmith bill providing for gov ernment loans on cotton They will at least support amendments to the Federal Reserve act whlclf they overlooked in the last session In their eagerness to forte the govern ment Into cotton speculation and which acording to the Reserve Board would have Increased the leading power of the reserve banks having dealings with the South to the extent of Not the least important among the measures which congress must consider soon Is the railway mail pay bill The president by his sil ence has practically approved the Moon bill which is backed by Post masterGeneral Burlesori and virtu ally turns the assistant postmaster ships over to the spoilsmen This bill also provides less rate of com pensation to the railroads than pro vided by the Bourne bill which has been worked out as a scientific meas ure The railroads are enthusiastic over the Bourne bill and the presi dent may be forced into a definite position soon The ShacklefordBryan good roads bill has passed the house and awaits action by the Senate This is a gift to the states of An other bill has been prepared em bodying a scientific plan of Federal aid to roadbuilding Here again the president must make a choice The house has also sent to the senate two convict labor bills one making goods of this kind carried In Interstate commerce subject to the laws of the state of destination and the other forbidding their Importa tion from abroad The Burnett im migration bill with its literary test is ready for action by the senate The President is expected to re new his advocacy of the shippur chase bill which will meet with hard sledding in both branches An im portant House bill seeks to place all water transportation under the jur isdiction of the Interstate Commerce commission Resale prices patent legislation the labelling of manu factured goods with reference to adulteration and misbranding the licensing of warehouses the admis sion of state banks to the Federal Reserve are only n few of many important subjects fur legislation which may be considered during the term of President Wilson Ifnot in the coming session The contest over the rivers and harbors bill may be renewed al though it can be said that the spoils men are in a somewhat chastened mood So far President Wilson has not announced his attitude toward this measure But with the neces sity of economy staring him in the face it Is expected he will ask for its close pruning At an election tield early in No vember the school district 61 Thorn ton and several nearby rural dis tricts in Grimes and Pleasant Valley township voted to form a consoli dated independent scohol district The vote was 72 for consolidation and 33 against and proved a large majority of school patrons both in side of Thornton and in the outside territory were in favor of the move ment This is the third successful move for consolidated schools in Cerro Gordo county in the last year An old time spelling contest and bx supper will be held in district number 4 Lake township Friday eveningof this week Miss Irene Atchison the teacher of this school is i meeting with marked success in her and the hearty coop patrons much Interest is being shown in the district Itis greatly regretted by the friends of Miss Lillian Smith that Bliejwjll be unable to take up her in district number 5 Grant tpwnshijj until after the holidays Kelley of Rockwell began teaching In Becker Independent dis trict two miles north of Dougherty last Monday There is an unusual number of young men teaching iu the rural schools of the county this winter1and itis hoped the number will increase AMONG THE BOWLERS Monday nights match game of the Cement City league resulted in the Ramblers winning two out of three games from the Cubs T Berry of the Cubs had high average of the even ing with 181 and Chas Lee of the Ramblers was second with 171 aver age after getting away with a bad start in the first game with 107 Following are the tabulated scores of the game Cubs 164 135 ISO L Berry 148 15G BufUin 150 150 150 Pearce 126 156 209 T Berry 1SG 183 175 mm Totals 781 772 Ramblers 116 158 Hayden i94 150 137 169 154 160 McDonald 174 126 143 Lee 200 207 Handicap 19 19 19 Totals 804 795 Tuesday nights games in the Ce ment City League showed the Braves coming backInto form by winning wo out of three from the Jeffreys me of the leaders of the league Bull if the Braves had high average of the evening with 180 and Peterson of the ame team was second with 174 ollowing are the tabulated scores TIio Braves Bull 228 168 145 188 146 157 116 139 182 owley 150 150 150 eterson 176 176 170 i Total 858 779 Jeffreys 163 161 168 Doty 125 129 169 aktor 150 150 100 117 125 151 Whitney 158 178 171 Handicap 25 25 25 Totals 768 Wednesday nights bowling show ed one of the surprises of the season when the strong team of the Decker acking plant were defeated In tlifi hree straight games by the boys from the P G B LaGette of the Peoples Gas Electric team had a high grand average of 202 and Max orman was a close second with 191 These boys showed very consistent bowling in all three games Balkam lad high score of the evening with 231 Following are the tabulated scores G Es J Gorman 172 149 193 P Prehn 135 181 165 Gatnm 163 177 143 M Gnrman 211 200 LaGeLte 214 203 190 Handicap 10 10 10 1 LICENSE TO MARRY I NOW COSTS MORE The cost of marriage licenses has advanced Like a great many othe documents marriage licenses have fallen under the ban of the demo cratic internal revenue war tax The price went up 10 cents DCS ning with Tuesday That is the amount of stamp tax that must b attached to the certificate of mar having the front wheel come off hia auto while driving to Al bert Lea He was not driving fast so no don3 to tlio auto Carrie was to Cherokee by Slmriff and Mrs Uovell Mrp Thompson always tletsIroviT of prosecuting somebody am Keem ea to have become insane over the matter of the courts She was for some time a familiar figure around This certificate is held to come under the clause of the law readin Certificates of any description quired by law not otherwise spec fled in this net I So persons coming for licenses must bring with them a 1 0cent niie stamp or got one before the II cense is issued arc HO kept In the office of the clerk o courts With IJghter Receipts Buyers Snow More Interest and Some Beef Sells Higher Hog Mnit Swampefl Again Chicago Dec 4 of cat tle were light and tlie buyers showed more interest in the market Demand was more generous and some cattle sold a fraction higher than yesterday but as a rule prices were considered about steady There was nothing choice offered the best kinds selling around Lots of medium steers went at which were about a dollar lower than before the quarantine was establisned Many common light cattle sold at Cows and heifers sold about steady with the market dull and rather slow Fat cows brought common and medium 5 00 canners and cutters 40 and choice heifers Bulls ranged from including bolognas at Veal calves sold slowly at Another Drop in Hogs Another flood of hogs arrived from Iowa and the market was hammered down 10 15c more This brought the top of the market down to which is tha lowest in two years Very few hogs sold at above and the bulk of the supply went at Shippers bought very few hogs as easternstates are quarantined against Chicago There was a fairly good clearance considering the big supply yesterday and today Sheep Stvpng at Start In the sheep section when the narket opened receipts were about head Later in the day the run was swelled to Early sales were stronger but the late market was big and more than all the early advance was lost Ewes sold at wethers at fat ambs at and common and medium lambs at JSost of Porkers Prom Iowa Wednesdays supply of hogs was over head which was a very unexpected run and one that has been exceeded but few times In the history of the market The record supply stands at This deluge of swine principally from Iowa shows fhat many hogs had been held back waiting for a better turn in the mar ket but when the farmers found he market going down fast hey concluded to cash in Prices are low at the lowest in two years and the traders are predicting much lower values 9Si Horse Demand pood Business was about normal in the horse market There was a fairly demand for the good useful cinds but the thin horses were not wanted Good drafters spld at 300 kind at 125 Totals 931 Deckers 173 163 193 155 Meade 155 123 175 Vlart 150 150 150 Balkam 156 143 231 Totals 779 782 Thursday nights games were bowl ed ahead of schedule and resulted In the strong Giant team winning two out of three from the Vermilyas The Giants are captained by one of the best bowlers of the state Frank Fos ter of Dubuque and his consistent bowling helps his team mates to many close games Barber of the Ver milyas had high average of the ev ening with 188 and also high score with 241 Foster of the Giants had next high average with 176 Follow ing are the tabulated scores Vermilyas Vermilya 2805 138 150 150 Weiner 160 147 109 Williams 163 125 Barber 176 147 241 Totals 852 812 Giants Powers 197 1G7 133 Sweeney 139 159 173 Cook 150 150 150 Theisen 134 187 171 169 185 184 Handicap B 5 5 Totals 794 853 Chief of Police Menno Snider is back at the station today after couple of daygVabseiico Chief Said or has been nursing a bronchi trouble for the past couple of week but says he IB now practically recov ered PLAN TO FINANCE MARKET ipecial GlobeGazette T Dec 4AA novel plan financing a big national market lor farmers is proposed by the Anier can Farmers Federation which meets In Omaha Dec 1012 Accord ng to officials of tlie federation theerare about farmers or ganizations of all kinds In the coun try Many of these are already repre sented by state or national organiza tions of all kinds In the country Many of these are already represent ed by state or national organizations The American Farmers Federation s proposed as a general clearing house for farmers both organized and unorganized in handling their marketing problems It is estimated that the small imount of two cents per acre for land in cultivation will provide funds nec essary to establish an efficient mar keting organization Local organiza tions of farmers now cover practical ly all sections of the country Most of these are operated on the coopera live plan and are generally success ful The proposition of uniting this great body of farmers in a distinctive marketing organization is the novel plan undertaken by the federation A large attendance is predicted at the Omaha convention Delegates are invited from all organizations and individual farmers are asked to at tend The traffic departments ol leading railways will be represented In an effort to prevent congestion In moving of crops Detailed informa tion may be secured by addressing the American Farmers Federation in care of the Bureau of Omaha Commercial club Western Electric Will Rebate to City on Rentals for the Year Just Closed Telephone service for the city of Mason City will be cheaper hence forth acording to an arrangement yesterday between the Western Electric Telephone company and the city commissioners city now pays for twelve phonoa aside from two free pnones given them under their franchise granted the telephone company The city some time ago asked for a reduc tion in the cost of telephone service for phones used by the city and tht matter was taken up with the in terstate commerce commission af the company snid it could not slvf a reduction The commission said they had no jurisdiction over city phones or messages which were not sent out side of the state Therefore the rate to the city has been cut in lialr by the telephone company mid the new rate is dated back to take effect January l 1011 The company will rebate about of the phone rent paid during the past year V   

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