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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 26, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                MAYBE MIS9IN7G GOLDEN OPPOKTUMTV RV NOT READING THE GIXTRE GAZETTE WANT ADS Ill TO KEAl THE WEATHER Unsettled tonight nmi Friday snow flurries warmer extreme cast ixnd cold west portion to night moderate winds REPORTS BY WIRE EAUK DAY OF THF IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS VOL XXI MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26 1914 No 122 POLICY CALIFORNIA REPRESENTATIVE AT t TACKS METHODS OF AD MINISTRATION CHARGES DEADLY A WATCHFUL WAITING1 Congressman Suggests That Brazil Ar gentina and Chile be Called Into a Conference on the Question ol Remedy BAIXBRIDGU COLBY Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Feb sentative Kahn republican of Cali fornia in a speech in the house ex pressed the hope the administra tions Mexican policy will soon give way to a new one which will broug about peace and trancjuility in the southern republic While opposing armed intervention Kahn asserted that present policy unless speedily and radically changed must inevitably lead to armed interven Deadly The fact that it became neces sary to issue a proclamation remov ing the embargo on arms to be ship ped into hesaid is practic ally an admission of the failure oE the policy of watchful Deadly Drifting is a much more accurate description of the adminis trations policy and since the em bargo has been removed What has happened is additional murder and additional lawlessness for which we are probably responsible Kahn urged that renewed efforts be made to restore peace In Mexico He expressed belief that if this gov ernment were to invite thecooper Argentine Brazil and Chile in effort to solve Mexican diffi culty peace and order would soon be restored In that country Declared hedid not want to eee armed inter vention contending the United States had no right to do so Policy a Mistaken We have intervened politically already he said an din my judg ment it was a mistake and it is go ing to prove a most expensive ex periment To my mind all of Mexico will not repay the tears of widows nor the waiting of orphans that would result as the consequence of armed DOCTOR PAHSTS KILL REGULATKS BICHLORIDK SALIC ENGLAND HAS NOT TAKEN STEPS TO GET RID OF MILITANT JACKSON WOMAN YET HOME SECRETARY McKENNA ANSWER COMMONS QUERY Is the progressive party dead Bainbridge Colby says no and he will debnte the question any time Mr Colby is one of the most active of the famous fighting Colby family of New Jersey iays However That There Are 143 Precedents for His Deportation Un der Alien Act if She Commits Any Crin Inebriated Party Came Wrong Laundry for His Clean lice Captain to Rescue Special to The GlobcGazotto London Feb of the statement that no steps are be ing taken by the British government for the deportation of Miss Zelie Emerson militant suffragette of Jackson was given by Regi nald MoKenna home secretary in a printed reply to the question put to him In the house of commons home The secretary added However if Miss Emerson commits an offense bringing her within the provisions of aliens act the question of applying to a court for a recommendation for her expulsion will be The original question asked wheth er there was a precedent for the de portation from the British Isles of an American citizen To this McKenna replied that 143 American citizens convicted of crimes have been ex pelled during the last eight years since the enactment of the alien act McKenna had an audlenco with King George in connection with Emmeline Pankhursts application for an inter view with the king EH HULL 60 TO ElECtRIC CHMRJI APRIL WEEK BEGINNING APRIL 13 SET BV COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE ELECTROCUTION DANIEL GUGGENHEIM CONVICTED OF MURDER OF HERMAN ROSENTHAL Not Granted New Trial With Lieuten ant Becker and Must Pay the Pen alty of the Crime Chargad Against Them A bottle of booze a dirty shirt and the need of a clean one was the cause of a call yesterday at the po lice station from the American steam laundry At first it was re ported that some one was stealing the little black collar buttons out of the shirts and Captain Frank Camp Special to The GlobeGjizettc bell hurried to the There he L Efll26 Putnam PUTNAM GKISWOLD DEAD Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Feb con ference between Secretary Bryan and Ambassador Springrice it waB decided that British Consul Perclval shall not proceed Into Mexico for an examination William Bentons body until better arrangements can be No Marines Allowed Special to The GlobeGazette Mexico City Feb PresidenUHuerta today refused per mission to the United States govern ment to send American marines as a guard for the legation here This information came direct from Huerta himself Huerta said he was asked by Washington to agroa to the dis patch in addition to the Americans of a thousand more men made up of Germans English and French To all he returned a negative reply on the ground that there Is no need for such precautions Charge OShaugh nessy refused to either deny the information confirm or found the report to befalse and the real trouble was Svlththe man who had imbibed a bottle of booze discovered the shirt he was wear ing was soiled and feeling the need of a clean one stoped at the Ameri can laundry for one which he claim ed to have left there Hia demands for the shirt caused much frantic searching but none could be found The irate shirt seeker informed the clerk at the desk that he held a re ceipt for his garment The clerk demanded to see the receipt The intoxicated shirt trailer wdio was of Irish birth told him In terms con crete that he did not have to pro duce the receipt The atmosphere became so uncomfortable that Cap tain Campbell wag summoned The man with the lost shirt fell upon the captains blue clad shoulder and wept out the tearful information I got a tickee and I want my I aint got your replied the captain removing the man of the lost shirt from his bosom The tragic one feeling instinctive confi dence in the captain pulled a Chinese laundiy ticket from his pocket and thrust it toward the captain implor ing him tc demand the restoration of the lost garment Gently the captain led him forth and across the street and pushing him insida the door of the Chinese laundry he said Now ask for your shlrtee here and maybe you can get You got a tickee asked the chinaman Got tickee want my shirtee thickly murmured the Irishman The captain remained only long enough to see the joyous meeting o the man and the shirt Griswald American basso and mem ber of the Metropolitan opera com pany died in a sanitarium here yea terday where he was operated on for appendicitis Feb 10 Grlswold was born In Minneapolis in 1870 and made his debut as an operatic star in London in 1901 He waa a great favorite in Berlin where ha was twice decorated by the Kaiser be fore whom Grlswold sung at the palace GREEK MAN ARRESTED Dr Charles F Pabst of Brooklyn N has caused to be Introduced in the state legislatures of New York and New Jersey a bill regulating the sale of bichloride of mercury He has also opened negotiations with Senator James B Brennan of Boston to liave the same bill introduced in Massachusetts and Georgia Pennsyl vania and Connecticut are consider ing its introduction at the next ses sion of their respective legislatures It is planned to have the bill made the uniform one in the eastern states and gradually spread It throughout the country The bill provides that bichloride of mercury can be sold at retail only upon the presentation of a physi cians prescription and that all tab lett must be colored green and made in the shape of a cube It allows for unrestricted sale between wholesalers and druggists and therefore imposes no hardship on the manufacturers The public does not realize tho ex tent of this bichloride said Dr Paibst in speaking of his bill In New York state alone there were seventy eight deaths from bichloride poison ingrand the public should ed that EVERY VICTIM THATAP PARENTLY RECOVERS PROM A CASH OF BICHLORIDE POISONING IS LEFT WITH AN INCURABLE KIDNEY I expect to attend a hearing of this bill in each state and IE neces sary will bring 100 physicians of high standing with me to testify that bi chloride of mercury Is rapidly being discarded as an antiseptic and its sale could be prohibited entirely There are several harmless antisep tics more efficient than Special to The GlobeGazette New York or der of the court of appeals permit ting the removal of Lieutenant Becker from the death house at Sing Sing to the tombs in this city has been issued Preparatory the new trial and filed It is expected Beck er will dine tonight in the tombs IDAHO SOLON MAKES THIS REC OMMENDATION IN STIRRING SPEECH AT COLUMBUS ADDRESSES REPUBLICAN GETTOGETHER MEETING Says if the Republican Pnvty Were at End He Could Never Join Third Par ty afi it Now Stands on Monopoly Question Albany Feb week be ginning April 13 Is set by tho court of appeas as the date for the electro cution of Gyp the Lefty Whitey and Dago the four gunmen jointly convicted with former Police Lieu tenant Becker of the murder of Her man Roseuthal The most amazing statement cently made by a multimillionaireIs that attributed to Daniel Guggenheim president of the American Smelting and Refining company who declares that the United States government should own all railroads and tele graph and telephone lines Mr Gug genheim says the the success of the parcel post has converted him to the belief that the United States govern meut could operate our railroads telegraph and telephone lines better than they are operated at present Free Claimed Assailunt at Atlantic Atlantic Feb Pat terson colored arrested last week on the charge of shooting Ed Tay lor the Farmers Savings bank jani tor was discharged for lack of evi dence At the request of several persons who claimed to be afraid of him Patterson was required to fur nish a peace bond TENNIEL FAMOUS Man Who Mercilessly Carricaturcd Lincoln During War Times Dead Regretted It Special to The GlobeGazotte Columbus Feb war on monopoly was advocated bj United States Senator Borah of Idaho in an address here today be fore the Republicans of Ohio at a gettogether luncheon The some time had come for remedies not in dealing with indus trial monopolies and he urged a vig orous policy on the part of tho Re publican party in tills regard At the same time ha assailed the atti tude on this issue of such loaders of the Progressive party as former Sen ator Beveridgo or Indiana and Geo W Perkins of New York who he said maintained that monopolies were the proper thing and all they need Is a little Pleading for all men who believe in tho principles the Republican party to aid in Its rejuvenlatlon ns a progressive party Senator Borah de clared that even if the Republican party was at an end I could never join the third party so long as it stands as it now stand If I cor rectly understand Its leaders on this question of Y WITH AMERICAN GIRLS Jim Ziiicoris Tuken From South bound SUlwaukee Train on Infor mation of Conductor Denied at White House Upon complaint of the conductor on the Milwaukee train from the northlast night Jim Zincoris was ar rested and held for investigation The conductor told the police that the conduct of the Greek and two girls with him was not of the order that the public cared to wltuesa It is charged that Zincoris bought the tickets for the two girls from Austin to Mason City The girls give their names aa Daisy and Pearl Warent and claim to be sisters Pearl War ent declares that she is married and gave her ag as fifteen years Daisy Warent is twentytwo yeras of age She was held at the Jail as a witness andPearl remained there with her The police are in communication with the police at Austin and are gathering further facts and evidence in the case before proceeding with it here COMMISSIONERS HEAR FROM BEMiS HIGGINS HERE Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Feb came direct from President Wilson him self today that the United States never requested permission to send marines to Mexico City and has neither discussed nor taken up the subject in any way with the Mexican officials Villa Obstinate Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Feb Amer ican government is exerting every influence at its disposal to obtain from Villa the surrender of the bods of Benton but no reply has been received to the Instructions senl Counsul Letnher yesterday to find Bentqns grave Bryan is surprised by the new dispatches quoting Villa as saying Benton Is burled at Chihuahua City There have been persistent reports here too that the body of Benton was cremated Bryan conferred with the president but declared that nothing new in the situation had de veloped Official denials came from the white house that Roar Admiral Fletcher had recommended the land ing of marines at Vera Cruz Atten tion was chiefly centered on the Benton investigation High officials concede that future developments of American policy are hinged largely on the outcome of the inquiry Tost Oarranza Another feature of tho situation is the fact that he Benton incident Prof Lafayette Higglns engineer of the state board of health was in the city today consulting with the commissioners and the engi neer In regard the disposal plant proposition promises to develop into a test of Carranzas strength and authority as chief of the constitutionalist move ment Every sort of pressure it Is understood is being brought to bear on Carranza both by Americana and Mexicans who have the confidence of the Washingtonofflcials with the idea of impressing upon himthe ne cessity of a clear convincing expla nation of all circumstances sur rounding the death of Benton Tf Carranza cannot obtain that from Villa the power of the socalled first chief of the constitutionalists will fail In the estimation of the Washington government Officials here have been disposed to feel kind ly toward Carranza and favorable reports upon hla character wore transmitted to the president by Win Bayard Halo Should It develop however that Carranza IB unable to obtain eatls fatcory atcion from Villa Carranza will be considered of little Import ance at the white IIOUBO Persons In position to know the view point of WUaon and the cabinet declare the administration will Insist upon facts about Bentons death and possession of the body for medical examination regardless of all else SPECIAL TRAINS ARESCHEDOLED Manager Tom Arthnr Completing Ar rangements With Railways i f BenHnr Week Service Arrangements are being concluded for special for the accommodation of outoftown people living onthe Milwaukee and Minne apolis St Louis during the run of BenHur here On the Milwaukee trains will be run from Algona and Charles City and on the M St L probably from Hampton and Albert Rosa Brown division passenger agent of the road is here today concluding1 ar rangements for the excursions on the St Louis Put Up Guarantee Manager Tom Arthur of the Cecil Is putting up Hums of varying amount depending on the distances the trains must run for the special service as guarantee of the cost oE running Report of Some Kind Is Received Nature of Wiiicli Council Declines to Mulce 1ublic sC o4dlpx shrdl hrdluupup Reports have been received by members of the city council from Professor Bemis the citys engineer ing counsel in the gas and light rate case regarding a conference of him self and officers of the United Light Railways Company In Chicago the latter part of last week Keep Data Secret Members of the city council hwo ever refused this morning to di vulge any information as to what word rhas been received from Bemls The three members Messrs Stantno Stanbery and Miller were together In their office when the question was asked as to what report had been re ceived from Bemis upon the atti tude of the gaa company toward the proposition whichthe commissioners have said was sent to It by him last Friday The question was referred to Mil ler There Is a method I under stand used by poker players of keep Ing track of the deal known as passing tha said that com this Instance I will pass the buck to Mayor Stanton in turn pasjsed it to Stan bery who passed it hack to Miller Pat refusal to give out anything concerning information received Bemis ended the conversation C A HEADS FOR YEAR f At a meeting of the board of Di rectors of the Y W C A yesterday officers were elected for the coming year as follows President Mrs Etta Storer vico president Miss Georgia Hanford treasurer Mrs M J Stein berg recording secretary Mrs J F Kuppinger and corresponding secre tary Mrs John D Glass Reports of the various committees were receiv ed house committee submitted plans for the building of a third floor whichwill comprise flvo rooms and bath The work will be commenced as soon as possible this spring To Y W C A Conference Miss Anna Howard general secre tary oC the Y W C Miss Walker Mrs Dunlmr Mrs L R Kirk and Mrs G C Yolland left this morning for Des Molnos to attend the Y W C A conference in session there the remainder of the week to The GlobeGazette London Feb 26 Sir John niei is dead aged ninetyfour John Tenniel was the famous Sir En glish cartoonist who so mercilessly carrlcatured Abraham Lincoln dur TREAIPST ACCEPTABLE the Specliil to The London Feb 2G Draft of treaty establishing a peace commis sion at tho Hague which was recent ing the Civil War He was the dean submitted to Great Britain by the n t tjsa ID T M A great political car the record for oon of the worlds toonists Tenniel held tinuoua services Fifty years were spent with scarcely a holiday as cartoonist for London Punch His pencil pleased millions He set the principal of the political cartoon so firmly that it has been adopted the world over His keen political fore sight was worked out In more than sketches touching upon and perhaps deciding tha great world events during the last half of the 13th century Queen Victoria received the fam ous cartoonist and in 1893 knighted him for his services to his country His first great achievement as an illustrator was In his kouth when he figuratively stopped into the hearts of children of all nations an illustrator of Aesops and wno evan more fame as the origi nal illustrator of Lewis Carrols Al ice in Americana will remember tho fur ore created by Tenniol during lite Mason and Slidell affair in when the United States was forced in the interests of peace to give way to England Mason and Slide ap pointed by the Conferderate govern ment to represent it In England and France were solzed on board an En glish mail steamer by Captain Wilkes of the United States aloop San Jauinto and Great Britain forth with demanded their release Punch gloated over the episode United States is regarded by tho British foreign office aa generally acceptable Sir Edward Grey for eign secretary informed the house of commons however that the treaty must be considered In conjunction with solfgovornlng British dominions as certain special provisions regard ing them will be required TRAINS CRASH HTJAn OX Locomotives Damaged But No One is Hurt in Wreck Near Ottnmwa OUumwa Fob Milwau kee freight and passenger train met head on between this city and Blakesburg last night without injury to anyone but doing serious damage to the engine von GUI them Somo Big Orders Big mail orders for seats are com ing in right along One for worth camo from Rockford this morning Agent Brown Bt Louis says that agents at some of their towna have made special inquiries and re guests fojc traic BELL TELEPHONE TO RELINQUISH CONTROL OF THE WESTERN UNION Plans for Disposal of Stock Hold by It arc Approved by Department of Justice Special toTho GlobeGazette Washington Fob 26 Plans of tho American Telephone and Tele graph Co to dispose of Us 000 of Western Union Telegraph stock through Kuhn Loeb and of Now tfork acting as underwriters have been approved by tho depart ment of justice according to Infor mation here The stock will be transferred In a short time The stock of tho Western Union will be disposed of to parties other than the American Telephone Telegraph Co to meet the Ideas of Attorney Gener At the arraignment of those in dicted yesterday by the grand jury before Judge J J Clark this after noon at Emery Dunn pleaded guilty of his charge of carrying con cealed weapons and asked that he be given his sentence immediately Hav ing no lawyer Dunn made an effec tive plea for himself requesting that the Judge give him aa light a sen tence aa possible as this was he claimed the first time he had ever been In trouble Duna was arrested for threaten ing an Italian Tony Doss with whom he had had trouble with a revol ver He claims that Rosa started the trouble by threatenlig him with a knife and he procured tha gun from his room In order to defend hlmsolf Judge Clark imposed a flno of or sixteen days in Jail Five Pleated Not Guilty Nick Panclno the Italian who stabbed William Ward pleaded not guilty ns did Raffnel Marcheao who was Indicted on tho charge ot as saulting Victor Vann a foreman at a cement plant with Intent to do great bodily Injury John Halm hold on tho ehargo of forgery pleaded not guilty George Dosn one of tho AUstrians implicated in tho trouble on Powder street the night that Yeftp Radonovlch was murdered and who threatened a newspaper man with deadly weapons pleaded not guilty of his chargo Edith Moody and Tom Cucll were indicted by the grand for assaulting Smith a negro Mrs Moody pleaded not gull tT and Tenniel pictured Lincoln in a cartoon as a coon up a tree Be neath stood John Bull with a gun The legend ran Coon Air you in earnest Colon Special to The GloticQuxetle Santa Monica 2 a course record of miles per hour to beat sixteen big cars pilot ed by some of tho best known motor drivers in the country started in the first cup race on the Pa cific coast today The best time here tofore mado in tho Vanderbilt event la 7 miles per hour The sixteen cars were sent away beginning at oclock The dis tance 2 5 miles or thirtyfive laps of an eight and a fraction mile course ought to be covered in four hours DePalma Oldfield Earl Coo per are the favorites el John Bull I Ooon Dont fire Ill come On Lincolns death Tonniela bit terness against him disappeared His yirtoon pictured Britannia in aorrow aying a wreath upon the martyred Americans bier with Shirley Brooks ines You lay a wreath on murdered Lincolns tiler You who with mocking pencil wont to trace Broad for the selfcomplacent British xncer length of shambling limb his furrowed Sir John was a typical oldworld in London In 1820 During tho latter part of his life he became totally blind Evon during his service on Punch ho had the use of but one eye The other was lost during his youth while fencing with bia father Ho horo his affliction In referring to it on one occasion ho remarked It IB a curious thing isnt it that two of tho principal men of Punch Du Maurlor of Trilby and 1 have only twp eyes between The political loaders artists and locterattours in London will gather about the bier of the venerable pn trlarch to pny tribute to this genius It IB probably that a memorial ex hibition will bo given of his moat celebrated THE ENGLISH MONARCH SEES THE CHICAGO SOX TRIM UP THE GIANTS Tliree Lusty American Cheers and a Tiger Were Welcome Given King by Amorican Athletes Special to The GlobeGazette London Feb 26 Three hearty American cheers and a tiger were the welcome given by the New York and Chicago baseball teams to King George on his arrival at the Chelsea foot ball ground to witness the game The players grouped immediately in front of the royal box and the rat tle of Immensely pleased the royal sportsman who repeatedly bowed his The king vas accompanied by Am bassador Pago and the full staff of the American embassy as well as a largo suite of court officials The ambassador introduced Comlskey Mc Graw Joseph Farrell and James J Callahan with all of whom the king shook hands American Holiday Members of tho American colony mado tho occasion a holiday and pre sented a great force among thn GOOO spectators All branches of British sport were well represented Won The result of the game R H K Chicago 5 10 1 New 0   

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