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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1914, Mason City, Iowa TWICEAWEEK WEEKLY BEN HUR DEPORTS BY WIRE EACH THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS Mason Cify amusemenf weefr March 9 to VOL XXI MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SI ARCH 5 1914 No 129 FOUND DYp PULMOTeSSitSSS ASKS CONGRESS TO SUSTAIN THE NATIONAL HONOR OF THE UNITED STATES CALLED MISTAKEN ECONOMIC POLICY DEIiAY IN GKTTIXG All TO KFFOKTS UNA VAILING POLICE WERE LOXG TIME RESPONDING Wore Not Told Whether Man AVns Sick or Drunk So IMtl Not An Company Semi Ill motor Exemption Said lo Be in Contra vention of HayPmmeefote Treaty and That the Only Righteous Course Is to Repeal the Law Captain Frank Campbell identi fied the man found lead at the Jlu son Oity Clay Works this morning as Frank Sennit nix American Sen nit has been in and otit of Mason City for some time but had no home Ail attempt will be made to locate any relatives or friends Without a scrap of paper or any thing else upon him to furnish a clue to his idenity a man of apar ently about Go years was found in a dying condition about this morning in the main drying room of the Mason City Brick Tila companys plant He was later rec ognized as Prank Sennit a tramp who occasionally visits the city He had entered the warm room last night for shelter from the cold the night He was seen in the course of the night but was apparently asleep and was not disturbed unti morning when workmen attempted to arouse him and they could no wake him up Called Police The police were called and wero told according to headquarters that a man was either sick or drunk who should be sent for The man who phoned was told to find ou whether the man was sick or drunk so the officers could act accordingly Some time later they were called again and were told he was sick Then Patrolman Randall was caller from the street and sent to th scene but it was an hour and fortj minutes it is asserted from the tim IATTLE CREEK MILLIONAIRE I1IUES SPECIAL LOS AN GELES TO ROCHESTER MUST SUBMIT TO AN IMPERATIVE OPERATION 1rain Keeps up Average Speed of 79 Miles Per Hour am Overtakes Santa Fes Train De LEADERS PROB1G EXAMINATION INTO FATE OF IfAUCH COMMENO131 AXGLOASIKKICAN COMMISSIOX WAITS Qniranza Establishes Headquarters ot Government at Car Iioml of Official Papers for generosity and tho redemption of every obligation without quibble or President Wilsons address the The trip will cost the station was first notified before the trip were made any one arrived By that tiine Dr oon Long had reached the scene dulled for Pulmotor About nine oclock Superinten dent Beecher of the plant called the Special to Tho GlobeGazette Washington March Wilson personally appealed to con gress assembled in joint session to day to sustain the national honor of the United States in upholding treaty obligations by repealing tho Panama tolls exemption against which Great Britain protests He ask ed congress to do fhat in support of foreign policy ofthe United States and added that an exemption for the American ships not only was a mis taken economic but was in contravention of the HayPauucefote treaty I shall not know how to deal with other matters of even greater delicacy and nearer consequence if you do not grant it to me in ungrudging the president said The large thing to do is the only thiug we can afford to do a volun tary withdrawal from a position ev erywhere questioned and misunder stood We oughtto reverse our ac tion without raising the question whether we were right or wrong and ao more deserve our reputation I gas office and reported a man over colne gaSi the pulmotor was sent instantly but it waspi cpurao two hours after the man was it arrived worked arid was almost an hour a tank and a half of oxegyn being uaed It was forced into hie lungs both by tlie pulmolor itself and by means in which treat ment similar to that is given apur ently drowned persons It is cer tain therefore that there was no flicker of lifo left The men sent with the machine Supt Max Gorman Ben Martin Paul Prehn and O W Rector Gorman thinks bhat had the pulmotor been sent for when the man was found that he could have been saved aa all the symptoms were those of suffocation Description of Hoy The body now at Cobbs morgue is that ot a man apparently about if years of the typo known as German Jew His hair once sandy is rather heavily tinged with grey and his beard inclined to be curly the same Ho is a man of medium Special to The GlobeGazette Albuquerque March spec ial train aboard which G W Post of Battle Creek is racing from California to Rochester Minn to submit to an imperative major op eration overtook tlie east bound Santa Pe train at Las vegas New Mexico at 2 n in today A brief stop was made at Lajunta for a change of engines at 8 oclock and the race down hill across the Kansas prairies then begun An average of 79 miles per hour has been maintained since leaving Los Angeles Post has been afflicted with chronic appendicitis for twenty years and was a sick man when he arrived here last month He col lapsed Monday morning and fiually consented to be operated on The long distance telephone was immediatley brought into service by Mrs Post and arrangements for the Special tn The GlobeGazette El Ptiso March into the execution by General Villa of Benton also into tha disappera ancs of Gustave Bauch was begun at Juarez by a Mexican commission appointed by General Carranza chief of the Constitutionalists today The AngloAmerican commission is still awaiting instructions from Washing ton Headquarters of the Constitu ouallst government have been es ablished across the river at Juarez evenly men heads of departments erks nnd secretaries brought with tern a carload of official papers ot ho rebel government Garranza nd the members of his cabinet are sported to have started from No ales for Juarez They are making 10 trip overland under the escort ol goo men as the territory is infest 11 by federal filibusters pedal to Tho GlobeGazette Nogales March arranza with his staff officers am heavy guard of troops left on today for Naco Sonora and rom there will ride into Chihuahua Shortest he has yet delivered to Con 420 as follows of the Have come to yon upon an er rand which can be very briefly per formed but 1 beg that you will not measure Its importance by tho num ber sentences in which I state It No communication I have addressed to the congress carried with it grav er or more farreaching implications to the interest of tho country and I come now to speak upon a matter with regard to which I am charged in a peculiar degree by the constitu tion itself with uorsonal responsibil ity I have como to ask for tho repeal of that provision of the Panama ca nal acl of August 2 1912 which ex empts vessels engaged in the coast Vise trade of the United States from payment of tolls nnd to urgo upon you the justice tho wisdom and tho large policy of such a repeal with the utmost earnestness of which l am capable In my own judgment very fully considered and maturely formed that exemption constitutes a mis taken economic policy from every point of and is more over in plain contravention of the with Great Britain concerning the canal concluded on November 18 1901 But I have not come to you to urge my personal views I have come to state to you a fact and a situation Whatever mny be our differences of opinion concerningthis much debat ed measure Its meaning Is not de bated outside the United States Ev erywhere elee the language of the treaty is glvan but one Interpretation and that interpretation precludes tho exemption peal Wo consented to tho treaty its language we accepted if we did not priglnatoMt wo are too big too pow erful toro selfrespecting a nation to interpret with too strained or refin ed a reading the words of our own promises just because wo have pow er enough to give us leave to road them as please The largo thing to do ia tho only thing wo can afford to do n voluntarily withdrawal from a position everywhere questioned and misunderstood We ought to reverae our action without raising tho question we wero wright or wrong and BO once moro deserve our reputation for generosity nnd the redemption of evory obligation without quibble or liraltRlJon I ail this of you Jn support of tho foreign policy of tho administration I Giiall not to den with oliier of oven cuey end noarcr if lu Kansas Special ti The GlobeGazette Kansas City March spec ial train bearing W from the came out Colo a m and up on the Kansas Plamsat a rat3oviiich predicted will bring it Ituo this city at p m an hour ahead of the Santa Fes fasl limited which left Los Augeles two lours and twentyfive minutes ahead of the special Reports aro Uiat Post is resting easily STjOSSQN SIXTY VISA US Special The GlobeGazetto New York March F Slosson the famous billiard expert celebrated his sixtieth birthday anni versary today and was the recipien of a flood of congratulations fron prominent devotees of the gree tnbl sport With the late Frank Ives ant Shaefer Mr Slosson forme the greatest trio 6C cue e orts eve known to tile sporf lit America 1 his day Mr Slosson held the chain pionship title at every stylo 01 hi tlnrds except 8cushion caroms I which ho never competed for th He was warmly dressed in championship For several years h wo rkingm ans clothing of good has not engaged in tournament play quality S11EFFKU TILE MAN FALLS INTO SANDPIT Piny a Washington pecial to The GlobeGiizette Washington March 5 Feli Iaz has arrived here and will at impt to get a hearing before the cnate foreign relations committee nd give hts views on the Mexican ituation In New York Diaz de lared he did not know the two Mex ans who appeared before the com nittee yesterday to ask what attitude his government would take toward revolution by Diaz STAMMRO FIMS MARKED CHANGE IN WHOLE FOR EIGN POLICY INTERVENTION MIGHT GIVE JAPAN A CHANCE 10 DE JANERIO SS PROCLAIMED TO BE IN STATE OF SEIGE BUENOS AlRtiS STOUY TlfibLS OP TKOUUUO IN nn LI AN cm CTAILS OV TllOUBLK NOT GIVEN STOIIY News Comes in Uouiidabnut iu Gables Fiom Aiftciitine Capital From Dispatches Jlccoived There Thinks United Slates Wishes o Stand Well With Europe Thai Any Jap Ambition Mijfhl Do Cuibed Special lo Ilio GlobeGazette London March policy of the United States toward Mexico again occupied a leading place in editorial columns of nearly all Eng lish newspapers Tho Evening Standard discovers a marked change in tho whole trend of the American foreign dipIOTnactf In stead ot a haughty isolation based on tho strict letter of tho Monroe doctrine tho United Stages is becom ing anxious to stand well with tho European powers The government at Washington is apprehensive lest if it become involved in intervention in Mexico Japan might seixe tho occasion to carry out her ambitious designs on tho Philippines and Hawaii and believes Uiat Europe if so disposed could lay an embargo on Japans Specuit to The GlobeGazette Buenos Aires Argentine Mar A state of siege has been proclaim ed in Rio Janerio Brazil accord ing to despatches received hero to day Early despatches gave no dp tails as to tho trouble at the large Brazilian port It is understood here tiUat strict censorship has been imposed on all despatches from Brazil Reports have been current for some time that a revolutionary movement was in existence in tho Brazilian states of Pornambuco Ceara Para and that fighting was in piogress between local forces and the government au thorities The cause of disaffec tion ia said to have been racial dif ferences In the last week of Feb ruary a body of fanatics wero re ported marching on Rio de Janiero from tho interior YOUNG ITALIAN TELLS OF ALLEGED PROVOCATION FOR ASSAULT STATE HAS RESTED AND DEFENSE OPENS CASE Clumjod With Assaulting Wil liam Ward Formerly His Foreman With Knife as He Left lie Plant Confirmed in Iiondon London March of the report that a state of siege has been proclaimed in Hio do lan ierio were received friuo Hiat city by cable Martial law has been pro claimed in five miles east of the capital and in Patroprolis tho capital of the state of Hio dc Janierlo Halt Million 01 Die Special to The GlobeGazette ElPaso March Luis zas rebel prisbriep a philiuahtiiv nrsuntfrtonibrrcw to pay a half mil ion ransoni or CANADIAN 3IIN1NG 1NST1TUTK to Tho Montreal March opening here yesterday of the sixteenth an nual meeting of the Canadian Mining Institute attracted a largR number of eminent mining engineers from many parts of Canada and from the United States A programme of papers and addresses dealing with various prob lems of interest to the mining men will carry the meeting over tomorrow and Friday SOHOOIi MMSCJMOIf Three of the candidates for school directors jointly make their declara tion of principles in another place in this paper which is the sane and sen sible position to take They making preelection if ejectedthey will gire tlielr best effort forH agenjontdf schools with a progressive school system Thees men are men of brains and in tegrity and their promises can be re lied on What Mason City schools neod is a business like administration by any prejudice lor or against what Is past Init free to act on the best business judgment of successful Is no dispar agement nor reflection in this lo any of the other candidates or any mem bers of tho present board Tim for tunate cities and the fortunate schools are those where nien of good educational onuipment and acknowl edged business ability will consent to serve in public olf c Special to The GlobeGazette Buenos Aires March sit uation in various states especially in Ccara is reported as becoming worse Business is virtually at a standstill in several states particu larly where the negro population is ver5 numerous The stato of Cearti at itho last census had a population of Para and Per nam Buco TIIJO Ffiir tonight and Friday somewhat colder tonight inod terntc to brisk winds THRICE COIJiECJlSS TO DEBATE lTHtK Special to Tho Bemidji today destroyed the Ilcuiidji Lumber Compaivyy Haw mill Tho loss ia to The New Fork March ments have been completed for the annual debates of the Intercollegiate Triangular Debating League compos ed of Cornell Columbia and Penusyl vania which are to take place aimul laueously in Phiuadelplua Ithaca am his city tomorrow nlghmt lii college will have two teams on the platform the negative team in eacl instance debating at home Th question is Resolved That it is de sirarjlo for all tlie states to adopt b act of legislature minimum rates o wages for women and children work ois in industrial anil mercantile pui IS IDHXTIKIKIJ Stories of tho assault upon Wil lam Ward foreman of the sacking com of the Northwestern States ortlaud Cement plant alleged to ave been committed by Nick Pan ino by witnesses for the defense vere narrated to the jury that is earing the trial this morning Other features of recent sessions the cautioning of reporters to 10 very careful about how they al owed opinions as to the testimony if witnesses to creep into their itories and to tho jurymen to avoid eadiug newspaper accounts oE the rial Complaints havo been made by couiisel regarding Ulie manner n which reports of some sessions lavo been handled by sonio report s ilucigo Clark yesterday asknd tha ury to refrain from rending news apor articles of the case as ho reared their minds might beiomb jiascd in regard to the case Such rouble has arisen in the past and he judge wishes the jurors to keep tilveir minds tree ot outside influen ces Mike Lombardo is acting as ifor the Italian witnesses English Nick an Italian employed at the that Pane no work en there was tho first witness called ting morninj Caroline Delnca was the next witness on tho stand but she admitted that all the case was hearsay she knew of John Jeffo Special to The March a ser ious accident occurred at the brick and tile plant Tuesday morning when Thomas Dart slipped and fell tram the top of the sand pit striking at j tho bottom after a fall of about thirty feet At first there was very little hopes of recovery but today there is some little encouragement hy the doctors of his surviving tha fall I am asking you to re INSVECT MOUNT KOVAf TUXXKL Special to The March subjectsrelating to mining and met allurgical practice were discussed at the sessions of this the second day of the annual meeting ot tho Cnna Oian Mining Institute This after noon the visiting mining engineers were conductedon a tour of inspec tion through the new Mount Royal tunnel has directed any official communica tion to England nn the tolls question Tho prosidenr recently told callers he had never discussed tlto matter formally or informally with thoBrit ish Sir Cecil Sprins Hice because ho bolicveil the obliga tion 011 the purl of the United Stater to repeal tiio exemption clause was ono whirii his Kovorninent should without outside inllu or Adininlhtratirju IT in both 1he nzirl Senate linvo tho one of tho fin1 can bo Special lo TUe GlolicCinzclt Minneapolis Marclh fi Louis Johnson arrested near RIIKKO last night was positive identified here by his two vlctinib Mrs C E McUao and Leslie Aim Hiist who wore assaulted in th formers store Saturday according to officials Tho police say Johnson has confessed AM ItKls Sponinl to Tlio New Haven March 5 With The Holution of Higher JSdii cation to the Social Order as its general theme the eleventh annual meeting of the lleligious Education Association was opened at Yale Uni versity today Among the prominent and others who are to ad dress meeting during tho three days Hfijniojis are Ciovcrno Baldwin of Connecticut United Slates Com missioner of Education P P Claxton District Attorney Charles S Whit man or New York President William DoWitt Hyde of FJowdoin College Prof Aibion W Small of the Univer sity of Chicago President Arthur T Hadlfiy of Yale and President Chas P Thwing of Western Reserve Uni versity was tihe next called and denied that he gave tho evidence shown on tho records ot the grand jury Teffo was the Italian who was with Pan cino the time of the stabbing and ho aided Stearns in taking Ward tn tho Carroll house nearby Jeffn told of tho circumstances the cut tins departing little from the story told by other eye witnesses He declared on tho stand his morning that ho did not POO the knife in Pancitio s hand but he did set him swing about and strike Ward as ho passed him Harry Keeuv imckoopcr at thn North iveslern States cement plant took the stand this morning and tes tified that Alexander Jutson and not Ward hired Pancino lie produc ed records showing this Pancino waa called back to Ilia Ktunil as waH Wiird Caroline1 Deliia also re called Wards testimony wus Hn shod I his afternoon Continued ou I a EC PAIR AKK TIK TODAY Twentyfive Kejiroseiilntivcs ol Xrth Iowa Fairs Tlnltliii Session dn grant it to me in unEnuIifiiig IprMidrmt that with tlio delivery oC a nituro TIfo IanaiHa tolls question bean a subject of dispute for two Diplomatic corrnsponr enco Cvoivt and tin United found the iiioatlon 1111 uettloil President Taft left of iica But eixet for mi asBirjinw to Jamca liryco than ainiifct lio laJt tlio ht u p year ayo that baizijicijii ip in tlio Wilson mwer I HicsHRcrn by him nhowinp tliat inter ims i national riniumKlsmcoH iiad arisen for repcal brills prompt anllon ti fpoaker ui tha nd flreria iftforiod to tho iiHeratHtc com comniitiee Chatnnrin Adarn have charge of the rtspoal declared the ad fitted hia i exactly Officers of fair associations In the various countict ot the district the Northern Fowa FairAssoclationb arrived today to attend the meeting of this afternoon cvcniiiR and tomor row About twcMtyfuO wero pros cnt whon the mooting opened At L ollotk Jiiis afternoon and mmiv more wero expected on the afternoon nl risisox Fort Madison March W ROB of tho Ohio reformatory eft today for Mansfield Ohio with Frank Tracht alias George Smith who left tho state penitentiary yes terday upon the expiration ol a five year sentence troiii Washington coun ty fir was wanted in Ohio charged with parole breaking Ttowo met him at the prison door but Tracht inclined to go voluntarily and was arrested as a fugitive from justice ujl lodged in local jail until requisition papers arrived KAYS GlIXPOWDKH Speelfil to Tlio GlolioGaaeltc Clear Lake Afnrclv Z April 3 will be a red letter day for all students and former itiuluuls of the Clear est structures of the kind in thn stato will cost about II MIV Evory grade room isequipped with ofjanitor Lake schooln for on this date ho new modnru aehool hoiife recently erected will ho dedicated la shown above A progrnm confiistlng of given by tho different grades and by the high school de partment will lie given A number of dinUnfTuiaiied Iowa speakers edu cators and officers bo here and address the student body and others are present for the bijf rlay The new school is equipped with Ihe very boat that the modern prac a separate lavatory and sanitary i keeps tho rsnmri ruiish cloauor drinking fountiiins are in all tiootherwise JCxccHent trains that wero not yit in Tlio ECO a lowcr of tho of the county iair nr present and many of the other officers halls A large will snat Inrge crowds nt indoor meets is aJno furjiiahctl for the pleasure of tho citizens of Clear Lako Tho cloinontle ncleuco which will accommodate twelve girls at ono time is another great feature of the Tho high school assembly room onthe upper floor will neat about 10 ntudenta Very few buildings in tho state ore equip ped with built in vacuum cleaners as this building will be as soou aa work nlso afforded A of air every thirteen minutes is Rivon hr stu dent Next year p manual Iniliiiyi will he put in The of the Hawkeyo tlub n ov gaiizitnn aro now working for the machinery and benches for this Tho buIldiUB itself is a mnnunotli fitinctiiro situated on a Itill and is well lighted and Biirrounded by a very pretty oampus minute Tho No program will be followed at tho j mioUiigt A number of roproscritii tivcH of companies aro hero and attruulionH will bo pnrchus lo The Paris March liuropean naval powers are much interested in reports of tho secret trial naid lo have been madci rerpiitly at Plorenca of the invention of Signor Ollvi the discoverer of rays which explode gun powder at a distance According to the reports four torpndous two cori tnliiing nnd two contninJnK black in tlie Arno river On receiving n f Olivl was stiitionod Cappnni a tiio tori les secured ed for tho Ialrs noxt fall of companlo jivn Kent aro R F Unn 13 Hosonthal of tho I MM Barrios company of ClittaKo 1rod W nor of the AVostern Vruidovlllo Man aKers Association and a ratnoMntu tlvo of tlie United Ffihs BookinR As sociation Atianuuol lin fivon lonisht Tot tho giiosia of iho at the 1C P hall Tlio tl o FrauU TiiU sieimuiu Unilcr of an army of ployed Ktisrmed YorM uiRhtly until Ibo police In terlnrod win tnday churgu of JncilinE t dred of his aori t iliisir on 5 t Tvc hun last tlio Timihii iy i ficrocuioiJ to traa p ed imtil tcworrow
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