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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 30, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                TW1CEAWEEK WEEKLY Make moneyby renting your housestomorrow use of B G G WANT THE WEATHER Cloudy tonight nnd Friday continued cool VOL XXI MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 30 1914 No 176 ENVOYS CONTINUE TOILING AWAY JN AN EFFORT TO COMPOSE CRISIS MAKE TO Report Concerning Nature 63 Request to European Powers Yesterday Said to Be Over dravn A BATTLE OVER PORT OF MAZATLAN CONSULS ORDERED TQ RETURN TO POSITIONS PUNSTON c COMMAND VERA CKU7S Constitutionalists Control Frontier Along Texas Bprder Foi800 Miles SAMUEL MARTEN A VICTIM AT VERA CRUX DANIELS FREES 325 MINE RESCUE EXPERTS Al BOTTOM OF HOLE AND BEGIN SEAHCH VICTIMS ARE BURNED Found Pilfe jHuddied Together Short Distance From the En trance to Bottom of Specialto The GlobeGazette Washington April is as serted here on unquestioned author ity that American envoys have appealed to European govern ments for their friendly of flees to facilitate mediation between the United States and Mexico The ap peal it 5s stated did not include a request as reported to Europe thai the powers use their influence upon President Wilson to name conditions which insure the success of negoti ations is learned that a proposal to Carraiiza as head of the constitu tionalists to join the armistice pro1 pqsedbetween the United States and Huerta has Been made by the envoys The proposalwas forwarded to Car ranza acceptance of th good offices of Brazil arid Chile js partof the pUn of the envoysto get a general cessation of hostiinties inall Mexico pending the mediatidfenegotlaUons s PIanIiongSession The GlpbepGaaetter medi ators of the South Americaa repub Ucsi who areaeeklng tocomposethe Mexican crisis resumed their sea aloA at the Argentine legation today Plans are for a morning aeasipn of tr6rm oclock until 1 bO p The afternoon sessionand evening willbe devoted to conference and a late night session as the xilrcunistances may OaiTanza AVlllliig to The GlobeGazette April lias notified the Latin American tn termediftrias of his acceptance of the principle arid expressed His willingness to confer oh the sub to 3he GloboGazette Washington April tipns were today Issued by theVatate department to certain consuls in Mexican cities authorizing the con suls to return to their posts and re sume their official duties in their personal American consuls were all ordered out of Mexico shortly after the seiz ure of Vera Cruz and their affairs turned over to the representatives of Brazil and France Frederick Funstonj who won fame in the Spanish war has sailed away from Galveston with the troops of the United States Army who willtake control of Vera Cruz off the hands of the marines and of the navy These troops were shipped on transports from Galves toh Still Mpre Trouble Special to Tho GloboGazette Washington April dispatch to the navy department from the Wheeling stationed at 3an Domingo reports severe firing continued on April 27 at Puerto Plata and the same day there were disturbances at Barahona FatTriers Oil Tractor Co Dealings Cause Indictment of J 1 Mul laney and A G Marshal at Osage Fight at Special to The GlobeGazette 3 sts and ConstltutionallBts are ftght ngat Mazatlanfand Acapulcov ac cording to a from Admiral commanding the Paclfic ieet Howard reported further that news of mediation is favorably re elved by the i better class zens at Mazatlan The message yas sent through the lines to the GUESTS jpjEDDjNG None But Those With Unquestioned CredentialsAdmittel to of Huntington Kome Special to The GlobeGazette Osage April 30 charging use of improper methods r in the sale of the stock ot the Farmers Oil Tractor organized at Mason City and latar moved to Watertown S for which a receiver has been Dakota within the last tow were returned thisweek by Special to The GloberGazette Bccles April nearlythirty hours of exhausting ef Chief Henry and a party West Virginia mine Inspectors reach ed the bottom of shaft number five of the New River Collieries where 158 miners were buried by an ex plosldn They Jound little gas and no dampand expressed the opinion that conditions are some of the entombed men may still be alive Shortly before oclock J W Paul chief engineer of the Pitts station of the Bureau of Mines descended the shaft m com pany with government rescue men They had proceeded only a short dis tance from the bottom when they found six bodies huddled together so badly burned that Identification was Impossible v Penetrating further Into tha gall eries they located more bodies Aft er a brief wait removal of the dead began and fans were started In the ihope that the entries could ba cleared of gas so the entire workings can be explored by the rescuers Admiral Fletcher Dficovera Them Held iuUllon Fortress Uniler No Sent U Washington April Daniels has ordered the immediate release of 3 2 5 Mexicans Imprisoned in the Ban Juan at Vera Cruz against whom no charge of misdemeanor or crime whatever had been Rear Admiral Fletcher telegraphed that upontak ing charge of the prison the friglitful conditions there he learned that tbrefourths of the pris oners had been arrested within the last two months in orderto force them into the federal army He rec ommended their immediate release Fortythree prisoners sentenced for crime and seventyfive others await ing trial will be held pending further TROUBLE ZONE investigation of their cases American authorities by the Samuel Marten was Chicagos con tribution to the first day of righting with Mexico He was among the four killed when Captain W R Rush of the battleship Florida landed ma rines to take the city The others were George Poinsett of Philadel phia Daniel A Haggerty ot Cam bridge and John Schumacher of Brooklyn LOST FIVE TROOPS FROM LEA YEN WORTH DETRAIN IN STRIKE DISTRICT COMMANDING OFFICER ISSUES A STATEMENT Follows Furiusliel UxceHont I3n tertaiiinieut at Anniversary Cele bration at New Hampton Lnko Men Have No Hopes of Safety of Any of Oew of the Benjamin Noble Special to The GloboGazatte Dulutu April a stick of new and no more bpdies and not a glimpse of the hulk of the steamer Benjamin Noble Is reported Lake men are sure every one of the crew perialied The Jake is now com paratively placid ana searchers in tugs are out in an attempt to find something to tell loss of the Noble the story the report No Bombardment Special to The GlobeGazatto rom Mexico City that the port of Mtanbanillp oh the Pacific coasthad been bom Warded by an American Is denied at the White House r Investigation disclosed that a conflagration said to havebeen of incendiary origin ocourrled tJiere but American forces had nothing to dO With if 7 Special to The GlobeGazette Staatsburg N Ham Vincent Astqr aon of the late John Jacob Aetor and ICelen IMnsmore Huntlngton were marrlec after noon in the big oak panelled library of Hopeland house of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Robert than wffnessed the ceremony For the were relatives and close Plans had been made for an jelaborate church wedding Ae recout illness which threatened made necessary the of thoseplans New York was best cmanand Alice Huntlngtoh of fche of honor Many f Eighteen wedding an were sent out aftei to the small com pany present hat been Invited by in notes penned by Mrs Hijht ai Jingtons fine rain was when the few guests1 from NewYork arrived at the four hun aero Huntlngton Guards had been at tne entfanM und only which were unquestioned admitted himself ia a deputy sheriff of Duchess county arid some of his f01 lovv depntiaa acted as senllnela at tho foliage and spring tho Huntlngton con throughout tho rooms Burled in blossoms with here and there a touch of green was tho big mantle piece in the library before which the couple ouood The bride onterod on tho arm her father At her throat jrleamed a gprgequa necklace of the of ABtpr bridal gown was wOiite tulla whito sat in with n Jnco voll ivhich has been worn by har KXAJDips Control Border Special lo The GlobeGazetta April the first time during the present rev olution the Mexican ConetitutionalT 1st a in control of the entire northern frontier of Mexico divided froni Texas by the Rio Qrande a ter ritory 800 miles long and including four strategic garrison towns The rebels completed their control of this section this week when Nuevo Laredo and Pledraa Negras were oc cupied without resistance Previous ly Jtatamoroa opposite Brownsville at mouth of the Rio Grande and also Juarez important northern points were under the sway of Carranaa Besides the four large towns the rebels also hold on the border Las opposite Del Rio Ignaclo be pw Uuevo Laredo Guerrero and Jler Small garrisons hold each town excepting Piedras Negras where Col onel Murgias has 1200 men Marshal one of4 the jironiot ers of the and D Mul laney were named in them and are accused ofselling William Ash of stock in the concern by misrepresentation J E Willfems a Mason City at tbrneyt appeared inthe court before Judge Clark for Mullaney yesterday gave bond for his clients appear ance and arraTged preliminary der tails for the trial when it Is and his attorneysde clare tbat he had nothing to do with the matter and that the indictment will never stand They assert that the matter was open arid aboVe hoard and that court the most rigid Investigation saying the indictment was procured Mullaney refused to pay for the Ash stock Since being movedfrom Mason City the Tractor concern has been in financial straits culminating in a receivership a few days ago it is not known the receiver will attempt to keep the company going or whether its affairs will be wound up Miiios Are Connected The depth of the two main shafts is 600 feet and the miners are cou f Thereire twb hepoiiriesi Sbut tho r totally wfecked three out other gates Green foliage flowers from HEARING FOR VAN Montenegrin Probably Re Brot Before Commissioners of insanity In v demented who problem to the po ice for some ia agalpi oonr finedIn the county Jail BO called because that is all he can say got strong Inhis wandering ibout town entering apartment bouses and Clerk Fred D Blftke of the dis trictcourt will probably convene the commissioners of insanity to pass upon him This action had been de ferred because he has been here but a short time and it is expected the federal officers will take him in charge for possible deportation with ina short time anyway ATHUBTUCS Special to The GloboGazetta Baltimore April 30 One of the greatestaggregations of college athletics ever drawn together In a single meet in Baltimore or vicin ity will be seen inaction on the field at Homewood a suburb of this oity tomorrow and Saturday The occas ion will be the third annual track and field championships of the South Atlantic Intercollegiate Ath letic association The meet will take place under the auspices of the ath letic association of Johns Hopkins University Amongthe institutions that will send their best1 performers to take part in the competitions are University of Washingtonand Lee Georgetown Col Virginia Polytechnic Johns tlopklns University and the Agriciiltuial arid Methanical College North Carolina AT KESLKY more and by her mother before her MIS88B Muriel Astor and Mnrgrnrat Dows flower girls corn color ed dotted net with blue email hats and carrJad old foehloned bouqueds a twenty pleoo orcnostra Clayed tio hongriiia Vedding march Roy Charles Duncart rector ofSt Mar4 garetR churob read the Episcopal All of Birectors Are Wealthy nnd Prominent Fanners April Farm ers Savings bank ia a new corpor ationchartered to do a banking business at Kesley in Madison township Butlercounty The newin stitution is capitalized at and is composed of stockholders from the surrounding farm The first board of directors are composed of the following Hat of prominent men G Lupkea Ackleyj L H Fol ken Rockwell John D Beninga Ackley lioelf Weesels Aplington Harm Foilcers Alllaon Jacob Boh len Kesley John K Oreen Kesley Lucas Peters and Albert Dreyer O Lupkes Ia the president Roelt president H Folken oaabier and H J Green assistant cashier The organinaUon ia now completed and it is expected the new Institu tion will begin puatneas not latdr of the four The lone entrance leads into mine C and by means of It the res cues were made No 5 mine appar ently is completely shut off frbin the surface and rescuers hold little hope of reaching the large number of men in time The exposion occured in mine No two shafts of this mine wero demolished It is believed the explo sion traveled through this mine into No 6 One shaft of tlie latter mine was wrecked but the ether remains in tact and was Ivatlon of at least wnvi VJciiiifiy J i Shaken This little mining community of persons was shaken by the muffled rumbling of tlie explosion which brought women from their cottages in a panic and started the entirevpopulation not at work to the tipples of the illfated mines At first there was no smoke but men on the tipples knew that far underground toll of death was being taken Superintendent Tliomas Dpnaldso of mine No 3 another operator of the Kent and General Superintendent P B Baylcs of the New River Collieries Company were at Hie scene of the disaster within a ahort time Super intendent an experienced miner with an expert rescue crew was lowered down the shaft of No 6 mine Two Men Rescued For a time the steadily growing crowd of frightened women and chil dren waited in suspense but soon the signal came to hoist away and the cage appeared Itbore two men badly hurt a few Of the rescue party and two bodies Other trips wetj as rapidly as possible and each time blackened and burned miners were brought to the surface until fiftynine men and four bodies had been brought up The rescued meti expressed dqubt that any of the thirteen miners still In No 6 shaft would be taken out alive Some of the men stated portions of No 5 mine were badly wrecked and they bellevei that the entrance connecting with No 5 mine had been completely destroyed The New River Collierleb Company is connected with the Guggenheim Interests These rescue parties worked with all their might during the evening The combined efforts of the rescuers Sleepy eyed and tired over 100 members of local lodgesof the Odd Fellows returned on a special train of the Milwaukee railroad from Now Hampton at oclock this morn j 1000people trqm the NbrChwesterii section of the stftte attended tlie ninetyfifth anni versary of Flie Odd Fellows lodge in A special train left Ma son City bearing aeventyfive mem bers at yesterday morning The cold snap kept many away although a large part of these took later trains for New Hamptou and with the return trip it was found that more than number had attended About one quarter of these were women members of the Queen Rebekab lodge No 198 The morning and the early part of tlie afternoon was occupied In init iatory work put on by different lodges Tho Mason CRy men par ticipated In the first degree Among several addresses made during the afternoon Mra Lewis su perintendent of the Odd Fellows Homein Mason City spoke on the progress made at the Home and ot the cost malntaiuance F Wagner of Segouruey and Rev J W Kite of MltcheUvllle both deliv READY TO MAKE PERMANENT CAMP Full Martial Lnw Will Not Be at Once Be tween Strikers and Militia Continue y n Special to The GloboGazelte Trinidad April liminaries to peace In the strike zono arranged in a conference bcv twaeh Major Holbrok commanding the second squadron Fifth United States cavalry and three representa lives of thestrikers At the conclusion of the ence Holbrook made a formal 8tatej nient and expressed a hope that orders are ended Special to Tlie GloboGazotto April squadron oL tha Fifth cavalry fron Fort Leayenworthj 300 men In conv niand A detrained todayc and a crowd of hun dreds oi To ABtftfevTMayor Kahn Majo following mont has sent us hert to provisions of not the purpoaij ered addresses on the progress of the Odd Pellowa since their organization They showed as strong a hold In the state of Iowa as in inny state in tha A banquet was served the guests at oclock In the evening Chicken in various forms formed the entertainment for this hour A few Jhort addresses were made during the supper A dance lasting until midnight wns put in progress Many stayed and were forced to stay In New Hampton until this morning on ac count of not being able to catch trains for their Homes FORKST PRODUCTS than June jBt KeeVeyis a small town but situated In the nijdst of ono of itho beet farming seottona of were directed to mine No G where the 190 men are entoraied Not withstanding the feverish haate of the rescuers they were able to make but little propresa from shaft 6 In to shaft 5 because of the intense beat and gases TEDDY AT MANOS Special to The GlobeOazetto New York Apr Roose velt and his son Kermlt have arrived In Manos Brazil according to a cablegram by Theodore Jloosdvelt Jr at his office here to diay The message made of ottigr pf theexploring party but atated that it was unua lually successful to The GloheGaxette Chicago April For est Products the firnt large exhibition of the lumber and kindred industries ever held in Amer ica was opened in to day be continued until May 10 The principal purpose of the exhibition 13 to impress upon the minds of the American people the Importance of conservation arid scientific woodland development To this end the Federal government has sent an elaborate exhibit illus trating every feature of modern for est conservation and development During the period of the exposition the National Lumber Manufacturers Association and other organizations connected with the lumber industry will hold conventions in Chicago In Cuso of War the Troops Would Be Mobilized at lea Molnes Need Muny Buildings Des Moineu April the ef fort to settle tlie difficulty in Mex ico without theuse of force is not successful the Iowa military depart ment will proceed to carry out the plans for making Des Moines the mobilization point for the four Iowa regiments of the national guard Plans approved by the war depart ment Aug 21 1913 to be used In case of war for tho preparation of Camp Dodge to receive sol diers are in the hands of Adj Gen Guy E Logaa Many Buildings blue prints furnished by the government provide for the erec tion of 315 buildings atCamp Dodgo All of the structures will be of wood construction and one story In height Bids for construction of the build ings will not be asked for unless it develops that peace measures In Mex ico are of no avail and the country Ia facing a long drawn out war The structures needed for the camp are Fiftytwo company barracks each building to accommodate 108 men structure to be 200x116 feet twen tysix kitchens 48x16 fiftytwo mess shelters 20x85 fiftytwo bath bouses fiftytwo latrinea Twelve battalllon officers bar racka to accommodate fifteen offi cers each twelve bath houses twelvo latrines four regimental of ficers barracks to aocommodate eleven men four bath houses tour latrines Four band barracks size 70xlG four kitchens four mess shelters four four bath houses twelve stables for sixty animals ad mlntotratlon building 08x20 faet firuard house store house 100x20 feet The plans contemplate the con struction of 315 buildings The army officer who Inspected Camp Dodge for tho purpose of preparing the of the UnltecTStates to inject itself Into the controversy now existing tween the miners and their eniir ployors In this state The and those acting under him tharthevretuwrof be brought about without furthep bloodshed and In order that this map be accomplished we ask all taw abid ing citizens to carefullv read thft proclamation and comply with strict martini law f would once be enforced and that thefederal will be gov erued times by prevailing con Truce Special to TheGlphoGaxntlo April 30J A request f by John McGregor for a continuance of the truce agreement reached last night to enable tho strikers to remove their dead from the hills and care for tho woundoil was granted by tho militia at noon McGregor and other strike loaders refused to give out Information as It their losses It is reported the strik ers lost a score in yesterdays engage nient but the opinion is that the com plete list will never be known Tlirenteii Hunger Strike Special to The GlobeGazette drawings located the buildings at the foot of tho hill leaving the level fields tor parade and drill grounds In addition to the new structures It would be necessary to install an adequate water and aewer aystera REPORTED DYING Famous Singer Diuigeroualy Sick nnd Sinking Hope Has Been Given Ul Spoelnl to The QJobaGazotfo Batavla Java April Lillian Nordica who arrived hero ill a month ago has suffered a roUpaq and ia sinking PhyalcUns have given UA all hopoa RUSHING PUNS FOR BIG SEWER New York April Sin clair and four women arrested yesterday in front of tlie Standard Oil building were found guilty oE disorderly conduct and each fined 73 with an alternative of three days in jail today Sinclair Mrs Donie Llstner and Mra Elizabeth Freeman refused to pay the fine and said they would go on a hunger strike Mrs Sinclair continued to parade as a mourner in a protest over the Rockefeller policy in the Colorado strike Discussed in Senate Sjioeiu lo The GlobeGazette Washington April that It Is high time for the senate tc take steps to stop the monstrotifT proposition of the Colorado mine op erators arming thugs to shoot men women and children like Senator Marline addressed tho son ato favoring immediate action on his bill making It a criminal offense to employ armed guards Busy Getting Out es Etc on New Intercept ing Iilno Along Since the council hns unofficially decided to pass at tiic earliest pos sible moment resolutions declaring the necessity the construction of an intercepting aewor to carry the refuse of the city to the proposed site for a disposal plant City Engineer F P Wilson has been making every effort to complete aad turn over to the council plans and estimates for the work These are necessary before the res olution can be Kg reports to doy that they wtifly t Riunpus Over Pipe Rejections of a large quantity of j newer pipe from the Lehigh Plant at Fort Dodge by the city engineers of flee has led to protests from the sales department of that company The Lehigh people brought samples ot their pipe and of pipe from What Chor that was accepted to tho city hal yesterday and went over tho matter with Mayor Stanton and En gineer Wilson v The LohigU folks announce their intention of sending the samples In question to the en gineering experiment station at Amos for thorough testing Tlio dif ference of opinion Is an to whether the pipe Is sufficiently vitrified as to render it Impervious to water and other liquids in tho sewerage Roff Bound Over John Roll ariCKtec at Bella Plalno Iowa charged with stealing a valu able horno from John OKeofe wan glvon a hearing InJustice ICimballft j court yeatorday and bound ovor to tho grand   

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