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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                GLOBEGAZET1T3 WANT the habit of reading the ads offer opportunities seldom to be found elsewhere REPORTS BY WIRE EAGH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVEN TS OF THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS THE WEATHER Snow flurries t colder Friday and west portion tonight cold oxtrouu west portion moderate variable wlucls VOL XXI MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5 1914 No 101 CHOLERA SERUM BILL FATHERED THE FOURTH DISTRICT CON GRESSSIAN INTRODUCES fe BILL IN THE HOUSE IOWAN IS URGING RIGGER ALLOWANCE Hopes to Get an Amendment Through Carrying Appropriation for Manufac ture Government Special to The Washington D Feb ernment manufacture and sale of hog cholera serum for controlling and preventing the spread of the scourge which has cost Iowa farm ers millions was the plan proposed in an amendment tiled with the house agricultural committee by Congressman G N Haugentoday Mr Haugen who is a member of the subcommittee considering the num erous MUs dealing with the hog chol era situation declares the house sub committee has not shown a willing ness to go over an appropriation of for this work but he be lieves his will be an ac ceptable compromise to the bills some of which ask as high as a and And he be lieves lie can show Ills colleagues on the committee that the only practic able plan is to have the government manufacture the serum His amend ment provide For demonstrating the best method of controlling and preventing the spread of hog cholera and the eradication thereof It is provided further that of this sum not less than shall be set aside for tile erationand maintenance a plant for the production of antihog chol era serum and to put into force a plan whereby the said serum can be obtained from the government at the cost of its Haugens Position Mr Haugen holds that there has been enough demonstration now to show the danger and expense of hog cholera and the practicability of tlie government serum What is needed he says is to place this in the hands of the farmers in time of need At present although thirty states are manufacturing their own serum they cannot begin to supply the de mand for It and before the private manufacturers can fill orders the cholera has done its work In Cerro Gordo and Worth counties last year he said thousands of hogs died while farmers were waiting for their hog cholera serum orders to be filled Aside from government manufacture and distribution at cost he would al so have government inspection of private plants similar to the meat inspection by the government at packing plants A B JVIelvian chief of the bureau of animal industry was before the commitee today to discuss this feature of the plan Iowa Visitors J J Richardson veteran publish er of the Davenport Democrat ac companied by Mrs Richardson was in Washington this week Mr Rich ardson declared it was his first visit to Washington since Clevelands second administration when he was Democratic National committeeman for Iowa It was a relief he said to come to Washington without hav ing his pockets filled recom mendations and documents bearing on the Qualifications of Job hunters and lie was inclined to sympathize with Judge M J Wade who was in Washington yesterday in a final ef fort to have the Porter and Reed nominations sent to the senate Mr Richardson sent hia card in to the office of Senator Thomas of Colo rado but found him out of town Congressman Clayton of Alabama another member of the national committee at that time and Senator Bacon was associated with Mr Richardaon in the Cleveland cam paign organization work Mr Rich ardson renewed many old friends ships among the democratic leaders with wfaom he was associated during the Clevefland campaign Hoffman at Capitol Maj George M Hoffman engin eer corps U 9 A who is one of the three army officers detailed as light house inspectors in the three river districts and has his headquarters at the Rock Island arsenal is In Wash ington this week in conforence with Secretary of Commerce Redfield whose department has jurisdiction over the lighthouse navigation and steamboat bureaus Cooperation be tween the war department and com merce department in providing greater aafety on tho rivers is being planned Davis to Funeral Fred Davis correspondent of the Sioux City Journal left Washington for Sioux City immediately on re ceiving news of the death of George Perkins Bubltsher of that oaper T R HARUIXGTOX HERO OF SIO XROIS WUKCK WHO SWAM TWO HOUUS HOilHXG VP HIS TJXCOXSO1OUS WIFE The hero of the wreck of the Old Dominion steamship Monroe was Thomas R Harrington a young man of Bridgeport Conn For two hours he swam in the almost icy ocean off the Delaware coast dragging along his unconscious wife by holding her hair in his teeth Her arm was broken from the collision of the Monroe and the Nantucket that she cried out to him that rather than undergo the pain of his holding her arm she would die Here is Harringtons story his struggle in the water At first I tried to hold the poor girl up by the arm but it pained her horribly and she screamed and wrenched so JJiat I saw it would not do She wns faint one minute and in shivers and struggles of pain the next I twisted her hair into a tight rope as close to her head as 1 could and then took it in my teeth and tried to keep her head above water by keeping it on my chest while I swam on my back That must have hurt her too but she didnt say any thing except Thats better We had been getting along that way for about fifteen seemed like tuo or three when a lifeboat came along I asked them to take the girl aboard They never even iis and rowed away Strength seem ed go out of me after that and out of her too I got lower in the water and her face was under at almost every wave After a long tell me it was two hours but time didnt seem to count one way or the other boat came along I held Margaret up to to them and a sailor said Let her go She is She is not I said to him and you take her aboard if you do not want to go to hell with murder on your So they took her in And she opened her eyes and smiled at me and made the sailor turn and look at her But when they got me aboard the ship they put her in a stateroom and left her and put me in another I be lieve that if a doctor had been with her right away with stimulants for her poor overtired body she might bo alive now But they were all 1 she was lying all alone she was dead Thats about all except that a stewart came into the room and said lie guessed we might as well throw tho body overboard aud I smashed him in the eye so that he fell otitsida the door Then I shut the door and locked it and stayed with her until we got to LITERACY BILL Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Feb a pro vision barring illiterates said to be the most drastic legislation of its kind for many years the Burnett im migration bill is before the senate where the final question on the liter acy test will be threshed out The bill passed the house yesterday Many expect the senate to pass the bill as it stands but the presidents attitude is the subject of much spec ulation Some of those who claimed to be informed declared Wilson was apposed to the literacy test Be for the president signs the bill however he is to give public hearings upon it JAPANESE GERMAN NAVAL SCANDALS Special to Tho Berlin Feb 5 Photographic copies of stolen documents relating to alleged illicit dealings between Japanese naval and a Ger man electrical firm are said to be in possession of the states attorney who prosecuted Carl Richer the firms stenographer who was re cently sentenced for black mall The originals have been returned to the firm V Herrmann representative in Toklo of the German firm under detention by the authorities ihere on the penal charge of destroy ing documents valuable to a criminal suit The documents are supposed 0 have implicated Admiral Koichl Fujii formerly Japanese naval at tache in Berlin Special to Tlio GlobeGazette Paris Feb S Adolfo Do La Lama who in January resigned hia position as Mexican minister of fi nance as against Huertas decree suspending payment of inter est on the Mexican national debt has decided to return to Mexico and again serve as minister of finance He departs from Paris for New York Feb 11 Huerta after De La Lamas resignation sent him a long friendly cablegram expressing his confidence in and reliance on the former minister and urging his con tinuance n the postion The interest on the debt due in April amounting to is said to be already on hand De La Lama has begun negotiations to raise to meet the July in terest payments IA Several members of the Iowa dele gation sent messages of condolence on the death of Mr Perkins Green Satisfied Announcement by Postmaster General Burleson that he parcel post regulations will be modified so as to admit printed matter from four pounds up to rural delivery by par cel post has given Congressman Green of the Ninth district the thing he sought in a bill recently Introduc ed and hia measure will not be push ed The reform was designed pri marily to permit publishers of coun try papers to send printed sales bills and other printed matters to farm ers The regular postage rates have been prohibitive N D Ely a Davenport attorney is in Washington thU week oa bus nesa has been received here announcing that the fifteenth annual picnic of Iowa expatriates who are no sojourning in California will be held at Eastlake Park Loa Angelas Saturday Feb 24 If the weather is bad on or just before this date it will be postponed a week until Feb 28 The Iowa picnic Is always a mon ster affair attracting thousands of former lowans now living In Cali fornia The card sent out by C H Par sons secretary of the Iowa Associa tion of Southern California from whom further Information can be ob tained contains following data This is a cordial and hearty in vitation to every lowan in tho State of California on that date to Join the Jolly thousands in the Famous Iowa Picnic Reunion Brief program and business session at 2 oclock All college reunions at college headquarters from 3 to 4 Bo sure to meet your college friends Bring good oldfashioned Iowa picuic din ners and invite friends to share It The W ft C will sell good lunches to all who must buy Patronize them Tlie popular Iowa plan of county headquarters and registration will be used Register in every county you ever lived ana meet the old friends EXCHANGE HEAD IS OPPOSED TO THE MEN BILL GOVERNOR OF STOCK EX CHANGE SAYS IT WOULD RUIN BUSINESS GOVERNORS POWER STRONGER THAN Van Antwerp Says Market is Ruled by Moral Rather Than Legal Considerations Special to Tlie GlobeGazette Washington Feb C Van governor of the New York stock exchange told the senate bank ing committee today that the Owen bill for government regulation of stock exchanges would do more harm than good and that enforced incor poration would destroy Americas primary market place The dicipMnary power of the New York exchange over its members is based upon just and equitable principles of he A stronger restraint that could be pro vided by law He pointed out that to incorporate the exchange would transfer tho power of government in to the courts where judicial reviews would displace the arbitrary powers of the governors Van Antwerp de clared that the New York exchange applied tlie laymans views of what is just and equitable and governed more by a moral than a legal consid eration Many Would Withtlimv If the exchange were to adopt the regulations of the Owen bill he said thirteen billions of stocks and thir teen billions of bonds immediately would be withdrawn from the lists and the exchange cease to be a mark et jot added how the of organization capitalization and flotation of securities was a matter for government regulation It is a duty that clearly belongs to the said he and the stock exchange will rejoice when the gov ernment undertakes the responsibil The stock exchange rule against manipulation Van Antwerp asserted is more sweeping and is administered in a far more effective manner than anything that could be done by the postmaster general Van Antwerp said Owen bill would paralyze the exchanges in the United States and leave those in Canada and Europe free to carry on business Briuideis Chairman Special to Tho GlobeGazette Washington Feb 5 Louis D Bran dels of Boston will probably be chairman of the board of trustees to take over the Boston and Maine holdiilgs of the New York New Haven and Hartford railroad under the plan agreed to by Attorney Gen eral McReynolds and Chairman El liott of New Haven GULLED BEYOND Telegrams received this morning announce the death at the home of her daughter Mrs Edward Malt house in Minneapolis of Mrs Pat rick ONell who for many many years until recently was a resident of Mason City and vicinity Mrs ONeil was 84 years old and had been failing gradually for at long time Funeral Hero Death occurred at 1 oclock this morning the message states The body will be brought to Mason City for burial arriving over the Great Western tonight Funeral services will be held at St Josephs church of which she waa a lifelong anrt con sistent member at oclock to morrow morning and burial will be at the Catholic cemetery The re mains will be taken to the A w Ar nold home 723 South Cedar street Mrs Arnold is a grandchild of the deceased Here Long Time Mrs ONeil And her husband prior to his lived for a great many years on what Is still known as the ONeil farm about four miles east of Mason City Some time ago Mrs ONeil sold the farm and went to Minneapolis to live with her daugh ter Tlie only child living In Mason City Is Mrs D H Cross who with nor husband Is spending the winter In California She will of course bo unable to reach hero in tim0 for tho funeral Another child Is also on tho coast Other children are Mrs Jlalt liouso at whose homo she died Jas ONeil ot Minneapolis and Mrs Bridget Holand of North Dakota Mrs T L Nolan of this city is an other of the many grand children More fitting obituary will be pub lished tomorrow NO POLITICS IN RESERVE MATTER Houston Says He Hopes Xo Sinn Will Ue 1resiuutuous Kiiough to Seek Place on Hoard Special to The GlobeGazelle Lou Angeles Feb 5 Politics will not be permitted to play any part In the establishment of the fed eral reserve banks declared Secre tary of Agriculture Houston of the organization committee of the feder al reserve board ait a banquet last night McAdoo was present at the time They go from here to Phoenix Arizona No politics said Houston in his speech will be permitted to play any part in the committees district ing of the country While apparent ly there Is no lack for material for merbership on the federal reserve board or on the boards of federal re serve banks I trust no man will be jjresumtuous enough to become an applicant for one of these positions I sometimes wish it were possible to pass a constitutional amendment making any man who applies for of fice in eligible for that House Considering Government Komi Hill Passed by tlio Attacks Guggenheims Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Feb 5 Thursday became Wednesday today under the rules of the house for the consider ation ot the Alaska railroad bill The Chamberlain bill already passed by the senate by a special rule is substituted for the Wicketsham bill in the house Agreement was made for debate from li a m until ad journment tonight Representative Borland of Mis souri emphatically supported the bill for the Alaska railroad We are confronted with the su preme test of entire theory of na tional declared Bor land this national wealth and developed for the benefit of the people of the United States or it must be turned over entirely to an Alaska syndicate comprising the MorganGuggenheim interests to be developed as an asset of private monopoly I need not pause at this time to catalog the economic and political crimes the MorganGuggenheim syndicate has enacted in Alaska The story includ es everything from corruption and bribery ot judges to wanton attacks by armed bands of assassins upon workmen engaged in rival enter prises It is a drama of greed and carnage unparalleled since days of Warren Hastings Its scenes were enacted not only on the snow clad plains of the arctic circle but in the hanks of Wall street and the count ing rooms of London This proposed railway is the key to the Rural Credit Special to The GIobeGazotte AVashlngtou Feb a def inite agreement between President Wilson and the democratic house and senate leaders rural credit legiala lioii will be hurried through at tlifa session of congress This decision came after a conference between the President Senator Owen and Rep resentatives Underwood and Bulkley The house sub committee has aban doned its proposed trip about the country in order to expedite ac tion The committee will hold hear ings in Washington but will hurry them along in an effort to get the bill before the house early in Juno Against Free Tolls Special lo The GlobeGazette Washington Feb presi dent today announced that he would use every legitimate Influence at his disposal to have repealed the pro vision ot the Panama canal act ex empting coast wise vessels from the payment of tolls Special to The GlobeGaKCtte Washington Feb E Secretary Bryan urged the house immigration committee today to refrain from enacting the Raker Asiatic Exclusion bill as he asserted he hoped or an amicable adjustment of the Japan ese situation F W MARTIN IS CALLED BY DEATH After an Illness of long stand ing which necessitated his retire ment from tho active business field som0 time ago F W Martin died at his home on Cedar street about 6 oclock this morning Mr Martin was an eastern man coming to Ma son City several years ago from Lock port N at tho time of the organJzatlon of tlio Martin Manufac turing company of which ho was the first head He remained In charge for several years retiring on account of ill health a couple of years ago He was at years old Funeral ar rangements have not been made and it is not yet known whnthpr the re mains will bo sent interment or not Though ho had hcoi failing for a long period of time ho was confined to his bod only for a few weeks past Congressman il GHrenmer New Jersey newspaper man who lost losing tight against cancer to day HEAR MAC MANUS AT THE CECIL Voet Humorist mid Story Teller to Appear in Library IjCctuic Course Monday Kebrumy Our people are to be congratulat ed on tlie Oportcmity given thorn Monday evening Fob IGtli oE list ening to Donegals charming poet humorist and matchless story teller Seumus MacManus By a happy chance the Library Lecture Commit tee have been aMe to secure him for the next number in their course In assuming responsibility ot nis coming the committee have counted on the loyal support of appreciative people those who wish to encour age the delightful aud wholesome entertainment Enthusiasm has been rapidly aroused throughout the country by the unique story tellings and illustrated talks of this brilliant Irishman and we feel sure that he wilil meet a hearty welcome in Ma son City The Boston Transcript says of him The Irish poet Seumas Mac Manus is a brilliant representative of a race that more than any other in this scientific age has kept alive the magic power of poetic insight and inspiration Poetry and mysticism wit huuior and pathos are every where present in his work And his story telling holds audiences spell bound little children listening in wild wonder and children larger growth moved to tears or laughter at the will of this prince of story Cecil Theatre February 16th Monday evening Single admis sion COc Austin Finn Suffers Heavy Loss and Jinny Automobiles Damages In an Early Morning Blaze Austin Feb 5 oclock Wed nesday morning fire was discovered in the Motor Inn garage at the cor ner of Water and Chatham streets The building was damaged about OOtl Ten antos were more or less injured The damage to autos has not been estimated Duholm Broth ers are heavy losers as their machine room and tools weer ruined The garage contained about 30 autoes The fire was discovered by a night clerk of the Grand Hotel who pulled in an alarm Cars belonging to Ralph Crane Roy Holmes Peter Ttiley William Brown and Duholm Brothers were rolled out to the street Beck Land company of Mason City had an auto top destroyed finish damaged Tho cars damaged wore Duholms auto upholstering and top and windshield and paint Martin Olsons auto top shield and paint destroyed Some of the autoes were not In sured The cause of the fire is un known It is supposed to have caught from the steam plant in tho base ment Tho flames wrought havoc in the repair rooms of tho Duholm brothers Rev WeMonbuiK Addresses High School Rev II Woslenburg D Of the board of temper ance gave a short address before the student body nt tho high school this morning Mis talk was on llio bad ness of cigarettes and tho Influence they have on the lvcs ot the young men The students enjoyed the talk very much and much good wns de rived from the chapel period LOSES FIGHT WITHCANCER ItOllEilT GUNN IS ELECTED WHILE SICK DIES IN HOSPITAL WAS INTIMATE FRIEND OF PRESIDENT WILSON Wanted to Live to Fitjht for Iho Government Owned Radium Institute for Treatment of Iho Red to Tlio Baltimore Feb Gunn Bremner member of congress from tho seventh New Jersey district and editor of the PUBS ale Daily Herald died ot cancer today at a sanitarium where he has lieeu undergoing rad ium treatment since last December Ho has been suffering from the dis ease four years Bremner was 39 years and married but had no chil dren ThoiiKlit Better Bremner came to the sanitarium to try radium after physicians of this country aud Europe vainly tried to cure him For a lime the patient seemed to improve but a few days ago he was seized with a Kinking spell From that time on Bremner grew weaker although several times he rallied in a surprising manner In the last days of bis suffering Bremner still fought and insisted ha would recover and declared lie want ed to return lo congress to fight for a bill for a government owned rad ium institute so that this costly miu etal might be at the disposal of rich and poor alike Bremner was a warm pertanal friend of President was kept constantly ad vised of Breninors condition and who frequently sent a message of sympathy and encouragement from the white house accompanied by many flowers Breiuiiers elocllun to congress was accomplished while bo lay in bud He did not make a speech On the night before election the president then governor of New Tersey visited Passaic and made a speech in behalf of Bremner MISS ROSS A large crowd greeted the speak ers last evening in the declamation contest held at the high school Miss Bonnlbell Ross wag winner over all and she will represent the local school in the district contest which will be held some time In March at Marshalltown The piece which Miss Ross gave way The Soul of thos Violin and was in every way the best of the se lections Miss Gertrude Pilling came second among tho dramatic speakers In the oratorical class Miss Helen Grandholm received first honors and in the humorous class Miss Helen Vassar Their selections were all very well given Tho Judges The judges last evening were Pro fessors Gilmore Benson Cram and Murley and Mrs Griffith Professor Griffith presided over the contest and introduced the speakers in turn Professor Hollopeter who has been Instructing tho class for some time is to bo greatly congratulated with his success It was no easy task to select the winners from so great a number of contestants and decide who had her selection best learned and gave them so well Great vic tory Is looked forward to in the dis trict contest and In the interschoolas tlc contests ttlitSOX PUXKUAT TODAY Funeral of the late Mrs Frances E Gibson was held this afternoon at oclock at the Christian church of which she was a member Rev C H Devoe and Rev B M Osgood of tho Baptist church of ficiating Burial was at Elm wood Members of societies to which sho belonged attended In bodies and county officers closed their offices from two to four oclock Deliver A mm unit Ion Special to Tho Washington Fob of thousand rounds of rifle and ma chine gun ammunition under seiz ure along the Mexican border Is bo ing turned over to tho constitu tionalists as fast as they prove own ership During the two years tho embargo on arms lias hnon in force agents of tho department of justice arrested hundreds of men in the act of transporting arms ncros tho border and have seized carloads of ammunition Man cases npwlast nrii jnow bo dropped   

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