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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 3, 1917, Mason City, Iowa Mason City Weekly GlobeGazette Weekly Gazette Established May 1888 The Daily Globe Established Oct 1S93 iKHircil Every Thursday liy THB GLOBKCiAZETTK IRIVTIKG CO First St S 12 Telephone Nos 28 and 32 W P MUSEEditor 0 M CONROYManager MEMBERS OF ASSOCIATED PRESS Official Paper of lie CKy imd County Circulation greater than any other newspaper in the city county or congressional district is sent Cot Roosevelt probabiywill be able to demonstrate his right to accompany it in some dignified ca pacity It might not be altogether pleasing to the administration to call upon himto goIt certainty would not be good politics for the administration to leave him out of an expedition to which the public generally regards him as naturally belonging StJBSCUIBKRS PM3ASK MTE Tlie desire to maintain a perfect delivery uyHteni imd this cnn lie ne cumpilHbed only by cooperntlou tvlth the AVlien delivery ls Ir reerular or late we be thankful for an Immediate complnlut Tel2S and U SUBSCRIPTIOX Daily per year by Dally per jear by mall 300 Daily per week by carrier10 Weeklyj per year by mall 100 Advertising Rates Furnished on Application Entered at the Post Office at Mason City Iowa as secondclass matter on onrtli tvlll townrd SENDING TROOPS TO FUAXCE The question of sending troops to France within a few weeks should be and probably will be settled with a view to practical military effect and without regard to the interests or wishes of any individual says the Sioux City Journal It seems wholly idle to go to the trouble of debating so self evident a fact Yet the ques 1 tlon of the hour as usually stated is not Shall a division be sent quickly to France The question is discusseu from day to day is Shall Roosevelt re allowedto go to France The i juestion should not be put up to the in that form If put up that form it should be answered oh general principles There Is ho doubt of the intention of thegovernment to send troops to France A great army is to be raised for that purpose and put into action as soon as It can be done effectively When this will be depends in part upon the length of time required for adequate preparation and in part upon the wishes of the allied strategy board That American troops can cut a considerable figure in the trenches within a year is recognized t everywhere That they will be doing so if the war lasts so long is equally p apparent The question under dis cussion now ia whether a sort of ad L vance guard shall be sent within a few small unit to serve as a symbol of American willingness to itHRke the blood sacrifice It should be fully understood that any advan tage to accrue1 from such an expedi tion willbe moral that in actual fighting an American detachment of 50000 or 100000 would not add in any substantial way to the force of the big push now in progress on the western front Some people seem to favor the ear ly dispatch of a small unit because it would give Roosevelt a chance to get Into the war in an active way Others seem to oppose the move for precise ly the same reason Neither argu ment is good and neithershould he given weight in deciding the qnes 1 tion If bysending a small expedi tion to France within the next few months we can help to bring the war to any earlier close than could other wise be attained the expedition should be sent If there is not reas onable promise of military advan tage through the moral effect of American physical prticipation in the fighting we should continue to de vote our energies to preparation for the time when such participation can be initiated most etfetcively In this connection it should be understood that the possible moral effect of American agressiveness will be lim ited for the most part to Germany The French morale has always been high and the British morale is now Aftt its crest The German morale ob Wlouslyis slipping Gen Joffre has given a powerful boos to the movement for an early MlAmerican expedition Gen Joffre is in charge of the fighting in Whether his plea for early American activity represented per gWsonal sentiment of the plans of the high command remains to be i2feenIf the alllel strategists want American flag in the field with Jthe least possible delay and are to accommodate their arrange to a makeshift expedition an UiifmProvaed unt probably can be sent before midsummer If a unit wvn Manufacturers and sellers of li quors may make up their minds that if the pinch of hunger Is felt in this country or If thewoVld needs the grains for food that now goes into the manufacture of liquors the ban will be placed upon the manufacture and sale of liquors says the Water loo Times Tribune We have hardly reached the point yet In tbo opinion of a great many people where it is necessary to turn the grain from the brewery and dis tillery into food channels but there is no assurance that it will notbe done If it be a question of things to eat or unnecessary things to drink then preference will be for use of the things that now go Into drink in the manufacture of things to eat A great deal depends upon the re port to be made by the agricultural department as to crop prospects for the year If prospects are not roseate then congress may be expected to act as unquestionably food is of first consideration just as important in this war as bullets It must not be considered a matter of prohibition or antiprohibition but a matter of food at a reasonable price If after Investigation it is found liquor is in the way of food at a reasonable price1 Recreationis as necessary as work A hjew sult is one of the best tonics Heres your newsuit Come in and get it then lets go to the garne Come see the Claydiggers whale La Crosse Where a Dollar Does Its Duty states quota of volunteers to fill up the regular army and the national guard says the Davenport Times Not very swift work There were remarkably few heat prostrations in this garden valley of the world during April 1JIT says the Missouri Valley News Q 1 The Webster City FreemanTribune indorses Senator Kenyans action in seeking congressional approval for the sending of a Roosevelt division to Fiance It is now time to drop all prejudices of the past says the FreemanTribune The enemies of Roosevelt ought to be magnanimous i Distribution of the products of tnou the good of the country and huthe soil and of the toil of the growers man demands that there be no liquor Prohibitionists in congress have been at work to enforce prohibition during the piogress of the war But the administration is awaiting the appearance of Herbert C Hoover In will furnish iv problem which be solved when tue crops are ready for the market remarks the Clinton Herald If Is not toor early to be gin studying thatproblem now Among other forms of trainlngre charge of Bofum relief who Ito Cilice charge of food conservation In are economical suggests the Council the United States A great deal will Bluffs Nonpareil Like rhubarb depend upon his rnnnrt nnH Air Eor instance depend upon his report and Mr Hoover is most likely to report as he said that biscuits not bullets will win the war that the best means of conservation of food supply is to quit its use for unnecessary things ueuea mac me average tarmei A barrel of beer requires two not have a very high idea of tm bushels of grain a gallon of whiskey working ability of city youngsters nillt Pa nno n1 iii T i TlRlShR t ll l 1 t ll Q actnto Fo VIM ai requires one bushel we are told round numbers 10000000 bushels of grain were used in the manufac ture of distilled liquors last year and 90000000 bushels in brewing of beer OI1y housewife who is abso a total of utely sare hl trading with a peddler total of 130000000 bushels which ia worth more than 150Ou the 000000 The brewers and dispurchase into her own tillers will say that the refuse is usdeclares the Des Moines Capital ed for animal food and Is not wasted the distillers will say the alcohol Is used in the manufacture of muni tions and a great deal of their prod ucts have been so used during the past three will say that the war tax on liquors will help fi nance the war These things are en titled to consideration But the question will be whether there shall be grain In drink unnecessary drink or grain in food The government can be expected to allow the manu facture of alcohol for munitions man ufacture As the situation stands persons who prefer grain to drink instead of grain to eat and who predict a long war better be investing as a matter of safety In stock on hand WITH IOWA EDITORS The governor has Appointed a commission to keep the people of the stute busy this year writes the Prlmghar Bell He will find enough idle able bodied men sitting around to keep two commissioners busy The book agents and the other house to house canvassers constitute an army of able bodied men who are wasting their time as far as the na tional economy is concerned says the Dubuque TimesJournal If these futile trades could be closed the TimesJournal adds some of these Industrial slackers could be persuad ed to help feed the people The binding twine situation Is one which would be of sufficient im portance to command governmental attention says the Muscatine Jour nal referring to announcements that a shortage oftwine is to be expected in Iowa Senator Cummins has an amend ment for about everything that comes up observes the Waterloo Times Tribune If he saves them he has the largest and choicest collection in the world Senator Kenyon has at last spoken In congress for the greaj state of Iowa in a manner that is appreciated at home says the Cedar Rapids Re The Waterloo Courier urges that farmers of Iowa find some way of making use of volunteer city boys who are ready to be serviceable from patriotic motives The Courier con cedes that the average farmer may the but insists that the astute farmer figure out some means by which of the city several very favorable looking garden patches and in the of the city some pieces of re markably fine lawns being plowed up to assist in the reducing of the high cost of living by producing garden truck We wonder if the boy scouta took their hike Saturday If they didnt we beat them to a frazzle as we took our return mile ride in the storm leaving the city at 3 p m and arriving home at coming via Rock Falls The road grading crew wore at rest and the tents looked pretty bedraggled suggesting any thing but comfort The storm had partly spent Its fury for a little spell andi the shelter of the woods was a pleasant respite We noticed the little crocuses were lifting their heads ready to bloom in this sheltered spot and were the first we had seen this spring Mr and Mrs Craft and Grandma Harry were in the city last Saturday trading Quite a number of cars from Ply mouth mid Rock Falls were in the city and their return trip was any thing but a pleasant one However alls well that ends well Jess Molsberry of Worth County was In the city on business Saturday ROCKWELL NEWS E W Wray who left here about a month ago for Canada has not re turned as yet and the family removed to Mason City Monday E D Lincoln of St Paul a form er business man of this place is in town again for a few days calling on old friends A U Barntgy has leased the Fred Eye residence recently vacated by after a short visit at Fort Spelling Minn where he was admitted to the training school for officers Glen ex pects to return to the Fort about thd 15th of May to take u training Billie Miller who has been employ ed here in the superintendents of fice for the past three years left the first of the week for NYashington D C where he has accepted a govern ment position He will cooperate witli the government Ui the distribu tion of cars Billie has made many friends for himself during his work here and all are sorry to see him leave though they are glad to hear of his promotion A pleasant surprise party was giv en for Miss Bushnell at the home of Miss Hazel Harper on last Tuesday evening by the seventh grade After a four course luncheon was served the rest of the evening was spent in playing games and telling stories Several musical numbers were given by Miss McMourtrie All spent a most enjoyable evening Cf H Shaefer attended the Dental convention at Des Moines the first ot the week A company of little friends sur prised Viola Rankin at her home on last Wednesday evening Many games Were played and after a delicious four course luncheon all left for their homes having spent a most delight ful evening Leo Smith who Is attending col lege at Dubuque spent a few days visiting his home this week Mrs E D Allen is quite ill at her home on East Main She 1ms been down with an attack of the measles and her physician now states she is threatened with pneumonia Miss Francis Heenan spent Sunday at her home in Waterloo Mrs H Walter and Mrs L White were Mason City callers yesterday Mr Earl Araants spent Sunday at his home in Kenselt A number of the young people of Manly attended the dance in Ken sett last evening Miss Mareella Smith is visiting friends in Dubuque Mr and Mrs Jack Turner were over Sunday visitors at Chicago hist week Mrs Charles Matthews of Charles City Is visiting her folks Iver0 for a few days Mrs Matthews was form erly Miss Margaret Beaver of this city j Little Margaret the ten year old daughter of Banker Shoulte died at her home on West Walnut Street Monday morning She was taken sick quite suddenly Saturday but was getting along quite nicely when she took a relapse and died Margaret is mourned by her father and one brother and sister and Grandmother Shoulte Services were held this morning in the II E church and the remains were taken to Victor where she was laid to rest by her mother who died several years ago Neighborhood Notes Grafton Iowa May food question is beginning to be serious for some farmers and hay is In demand The setting in of wint er so early and the severity and length of it gave hops that w2 might have early grass but it hasnt ma terialized so far This kind of makes us feel we would like to be In the Isle of Enchantment so beautifully and graphically described by the editor The Farmers Equity association In this corner has xolvoil the binder twine problem this early in tho day purchasing tor Its patrons at flliTO or thereabotits laid down here Let the good work go on We called last Thursday at the John Haunches home and found him confined to bed inflammatory rheumatism John has been under the weather more Or less all winter but managed to keep up arid around till about two weeks ago We are glad to stale that he Is beginning to improve and hope he will soon be able to be up and around Oats were 07c per bushel in Graf ton Friday andeggs 29c per dozen having taken a drop of 3c since Wed nesday last Well the bottom is pret ty apt to drop out of something be fore long Airs Waiter Daniels of Mason City visited at the parental home a few days ast week Say if you want a hurry up seed contest jusi ask the bank for one of those little seed corn testers Wd tried it putting in 100 kernels from as many ears last Tuesday and on Sat urday afternoon the youngsters prompted by curiosity opened tho lid a crack to take a peep and discovered sprouts almost two inches long Nine ty nine kernels had long sprouts and one weak one had just started This seed corn was picked two weeks be fore a touch of frost and now we feel confident we have corn that will grow Wo have heard of corn only testing and So this year so felt rather uneasy although we hadnt given the matter a thought before we heard of this low test and were con sequently well pleased with the quick test of tho little tin box How dirl you like the snow storm of Saturday eve Jessie Laraway is In Mason City visiting L S Atkinson home during his week The senior high school class was Receptacle eutertained by the juniors at a sev en oclock dinner in the domestic science room Monday evening The faculty also enjoyed the hospitality of the Juniors N 1 Grummon one of the pioneer residents of this community is in feeble health as the result of the weight of four score years A number of the youing friends of George Hemming formod a birthday surprise party and spent larfl even Ing with him at the home of his par ents Mr and Mrs R W Hemming Tho evening was spent in a very en joyable manner Mrs Helene WillnrdGriiinnion of MaBon City made Rockwell rela tives a brief visit Monday prior to leaving for her new home at Des Moines from which point her hus band travels in the interest ot the L C Smith Typewriter Co Miss Annie Ryburn returned to her home Alexandria S D last Fri City publican referring to the speech in favor of the draft The Foter road bill seems to bo one of the few measures pissed in i nip uy team 10 Mason Iowa with which no fault has been cil last Saturday morning we could found remarks the Ierry Chief not Mell making a few observations an our way We did not observe Having condemned the recent leg many oat Holds beginning to show Mrs Homer Hayles was called to islature In unmeasured terms up green but observed as a rule that Des Moines Tuesday nwiii to the lowans are now slowly discovering farmers were taking more than av sudden illness of her mother t Vi n t n no t ttrt m unit iton nimnntn prfl nn i Hi i n T The Joe MoKee family visited at the Willis Towne home last Sunday afternoon While on a trip by team to Mason ylast Saturday morning we could help making a few observations our way We did not observe many oat Holds beginning 1o show iowans are now sowy scovering ers wre ang more tan av sudden illness of her mother that perhaps too much was expected erage pains In the tilling of the soil Mr u White of the Rock I of that body says flie Burlington We observed several nood sized land was abusinesi caller In fhlrac flawkpye patched of top dressing presumably last Saturday and Sunday IntPnHpf nnlntn finMo T i Intended for potato fields and also i min uisu HI juiin vicixuity of Iowa has contributed about nine some small patches of sod broken up a business caller herothis ou nne e acs o so roen up teen otit of every one hundred of the for like use We aaw on the outskirts day Fred Espenlaub hag returned to Rockwell and is as salesman in the A E Smith drug store MANLY NEWS A very pretty wedding occurred at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Krugor eight miles north east of Man ly last Wednesday when their daugh terLydla Helena was united In mar riage to Mr Ray F Heinselman of Plymouth The bridal couple were at tended by Lloyd Helnselmaii Inother of groom and Miss Howard of Plymouth Little Cleo Ilcinselinun was ring bearer Rev W R Oursler spoke the Impressive words that unit ed them for life The bride wore bluo poplin traveling suit with a ailk crepe do chine waist and carried a bouquet of cream American Beauty Roses She is known in all the community as an earnest industrious young lady and is well qualified to do lier part to wards making a happy home Miss Thelma Roy and EllaJensen went to Rock Island Friday for a short visit Ivan Hdny and brother Len of Plymouth were passengers Friday for Huron S D where they will visit for a short time with their brother Frank 1 P Niolson die at his home here Thursday Mr Nielsen had been down in Missouri for somo time in business but was taken sick and came here for a rest and died quite suddenly Mrs Willard Eutton spent the first of tlu week with her folks in Mason Mr W G Mitclicl is on the sick list Loren Harper of Mason City spent Sunday with his folks here Mrs Homer Bayles was called to Mr John McNuIty of Waterloo Is Glen Mitchell has returned home XOTKM H IlKSOIiUTlOX OK NKCI5SSITV By OJrecUon of the city council the City of AUson City Iowa notleib Is lierchy given thru tiie folio wing rea olnUon of Is proposed for passage anil adoption by the city coun cil of the City of Mngon City Joiva ami that the suid Council lias fixed the time for the consideration thereof at 10 oclock in the forenoon the 21st day oE May 1917 al tho council room In siUl city at which place and time nil objection rauat be made or filed or consideration by the said council HcMoliitioii No Itonoliitlon Be It Resolved by the City Council ot the Cltyot llasoti City Iowa that on its ownmotion it ia deemed advisa ble and iieoesaary to Improve NYUlow Creek sewer district within the City of Mason City lowu by the construe tion of a lateral sanitary sewer as fol lows towll Betrlnrilngut a point on the south line of Seventh street southwest In the center of Adams avenue tncnce south one hundred and fiftynine 150 Cuet eltrlit 8 Indies lu diameter That the kind of material to be usert and themethod of construction of sail improvementahull he us follows That the same shall he constructed of the best finality of round vitrified sewor liipo eight 8 Inches in diam eter and shnll he constructed In the most approved manner under the su pervision anil direction of tlie city en gineer of the City of Mason City Iowa That the property abutting upon said Improvement and adjacent thereto and benefited thoroby will be assessed as provided in Chapter 7 Title V of tlic Code of lowu and amendments thereto and supplementary I hereto to pay tlie exponse of said improvement That it ifi determined hereby that no propertyother than that abutting on said improvement Is benefited there by or shall be assessed therefor That the city clerk publish twenty 20 days notice un provided liy law of the lime for consideration and pas sane of this resolution at which time the owners ofproperty subject to as sessment on tlie Hume may appear and make objection lo tlie contemplated sewer and tho passage of Ibisresolu tion at whicb hearing tbiH resolution may be amended and passed or passed proposed iroposed Ibis Mlh day of April A D 1017 T A POTTKH Attest Mayor II MrjKVKM City Clerk As In tho case of Breakfast Foods there arc a groat many brands of Roofing A good many of thorn arc good some indifferent OtR nOOFfVO Is classed among the good ones In fact one of the very best In tho case of roofing as In every thing else tiip best lasts longest Cor S FaderalAve and 2mISt Phone 30 mis is the Urne for Gtbenb Support the United States Government Many are doing so at considerable cost or sacrifice to themselves We have joined the Federal Reserve Banking System established by the Gov ernment to give greater financial stability and strength to the member banks and protection to their depositors You can giveyour support to thfe greatGovernrnent enterprise and also obtain its protection for your money by becoming one of out depositors THE CITY NATIONAL BANK During this week concerted effort will be made throughout the entire country to sell the uptotheminute gas range and we will endeavor to have a new gas range put in your home We have a complete stock of all sizes which will give you an ample line to select from Remember we have the full white enameled line Always ready for a demonstration and a visit to our sales room is appreciated During this week special terms will be given Peoples Gas Electric 122 At Your Service PHONE 123 man ORADK THJVTAL SKRVICK We do not Btrivo to see how cheaply we can do vour work Hut make a very reasonable charge and put into operation the very best material and conscientious effort mimim uie Then I stand back of the result with a positive K Special one day service to out of town patients 22K gjiuge Gold Crowns fi oo N E Corner Parlt DENTIST Mason City lown Tho Regular and Reliable Chronic Disenso Special r treats nntl P1LE3 FISTULA FISSURE other Rectal DICASOI Treated Without Knife nnd Rupturo Given Special Attention patltnto come from thoso Over ot Curoi DR WiLBERT SHALLENBERGER Mason City htLi corn day afternoon May 4th from 1 p n to p m Clear Lake Ilofl noon May llh from p m t a w
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