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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                t THE KASY WAY Tills is a good time to sellyour real estate through a Globe Gazette Want Ad The cost is trifling BEPOKTS BY WXBE EACH OF THE 0F T MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 7 1914 THE WEATHER Generallyfair tonight and Friday cooler tonight east tral portions frost in west ccn trul portions rising temper ature Friday No 181 VOL XXI DUNN STATES IOWA SENATORS IN AVKDDING AT THfe REBEL AVIATORS DROP pjioMB INTO CITY WITH DEADLY RESULTS ARMY GUARDING THE i PANAMA CANAL NOW Reaches Wash Pox Prevalent at Vera Re sumeWork J ftlASON 01TJV MAN OUT WRITTEN STATEMENT CON CERNING THE MATTER IS UNQUALIFIEDLY FOB RE1 Democratic Candidate for Governoi at Last Election Says Ho Has Never Been for E T Meredith to ThoGlobsGazette Pf Iboard tFompersons were killed ieifilvi wounded by the explosion bf a bomi dropped into the city treats ftonl a rebel biplane man ned by members of the oeron untiecorps today Firing be tween tbe rebel and federal for tifications continues In the ar ttllery duel the rebel forces liave had the better of it Charge at Capitol Special to The GlobeGazette Washington May O charge of the Ameri ca at Mexican City until the troops selezd Vera Cruz has ar rived here With his family he was driven to a hotel He planned to con fer with Bryan later 6Shaughnessy declined to com Tiient as to his future Plana J r that he had resided or that heard anything officially con his own future in the service Apropos of his position In regard to the Democratic nomination 8 candidate for United Stites senator ID G Dunn of this city caadidata of his party tor governor at the las election issued a written statemen this morning setting out his position Mr Dunnasserted m tended to mix in thefight until per sons assuming for him sai he had until recently been Edwl T Meredith but has changed his u legiance to the Coiinolly camp Dunns Statement Mr Dunns statement follows I was quite surprised to note in a Mason City paper of last evening that I had been for Mr Meredith up to a few days ago and had now lined up for Mr Connolly and I wn quite Interested In learning who the so called County leaders are who were quoted as defining my position While I have paid but little at tention to politics this spring owing to personal reasons and loss which you understand I have never at any time even intimated that I was for Mr Meredith tor senator I was very kindly disposed to Hon Freer White while he was a tentative candidate and expressed the opinion that the field should be left clear to the old leader of the 6th District So far as Mr Meredith is concerned I wa not even aware until he called on me a few months ago that he claim ed to be a democrat When I wa engaged in the primary contest with Mr Hamilton two years ago and Mr Beck was organizing our friends for that conflict we were cognizant ot the fact the Mr Meredith was one of the chief counsellors and back ers of Prof Holden for the republi can nomination Never having known him in democratic circles and never Eleanor Randolph Wilson SECOND WEDDING AT EXEC DOVE MANSION DURING WILSONS TERM f GROOM IS SECRETARY McADOO OF TREASURY Comparatively Quiet Compared to Some of Wellington Weddings of the teenlh White House Bride Special to The GlobeGazette Washington May Another White House wedding the second during the present Wilson adminis late today when Miss Eleanor Randolph Wilson youngest daugher of the President will be united in marriage to William Gibbs McAdoo Secretary of the Treasury in the Wilson cabinet Bliss Wil son will be the fourteenth bride of the White House and the first daughter of a president to be united to a cab 66 m PEACE OFFICER POINTS OUT THEY ARE GUILTLESS SF THEY TELL STORY OTHERWISE THEY ARE EQUALLY CULPABLR MISS SYBIL SCOTT Miss Sybil Scott daughter of Iowa Congressman George C Scott who will marry Mr IDale Moore a well known newspaper man formerly of St in the near future Could Appear Now Even Several Days Have Elapsed and Tell the Truth and Say Themselves OFFER RKWAUD row has been awaited with eager Interest by the social and official intimates oE the Wilson circle But O U1LLL ill having met him our conclu denial of he has a list Chosen to take charge of the govern tent pending a constitutional elec Capture Special to The GlobeGazette Washington May at from Consular Agent Start For Snltillo finecial to TUe GlobeCassette Washington May van guard of the constitutionalist forces Torreon has started ion the march to begin a campaign for the capture of Saltillo and Zacate s This information was received ma report which reached the stato department from Consul Hamm at confirms the reports yesler day from the Associated Press man at Torreon offer any advice or assistance tous andI doubt If He dicL to Mr Hamil tonmy opponent The first time I ever met Mr Meredith was when he came into my office a couple o months ago and said that he was thinking of running for governor He and I discussed the situation frankly but I told him at that tun that several friends of mine who ha been very activein my support not ably Mr McGinnls of Leon and Mr Whitmer of Sioux City were tenta f Continued on Page Negotiations Finished Today for Pur To Protect Canal to The GlobeGazette Washington May tachments have been de stationed to Pays and Costs in Po lice Court This Morning nnl Iiecture chase of Property From A T Parker on West Side Construction toy the Dubuque Chapter of theu Sisters pt Mercy of a hospital in City costing not ess than 000 was made cer tain today when Rev Mother Agnes and Mother Stanislauf acting for the great hospital building sisterhood closed a deal with A T Parker for a site for the new institution m the Parker addition just west of the city proper The representatives ot the order have been here for three days past considering various sites offered A soon as the ded is delivered which will be within a very few days the work of building the hospital will be commenced Plans have al ready been placed in the Sisters1 hand by Buechner Orth of Minne apolis their architocts for the build Ing The architects have now been notified of the site selected and ord ered to proceed with working out of the detailed plans for construction Mr Parker at the time the deai was closed made a donation to the hospital fund of This with previously raised by physi cians oC the city makes a total of Insisted 011 Riding Freight Trains Resist Brakemen Who Attempt to Iut Them Off Train A general mixup between Milwau kee trainmen andGreeks incurred last night near station east of Sanborn The Greeks persisted in riding into town on the box cars and made a general nuisance of themselves Brakeman Oscar Ander son attempted to put them off when the Greeks became rebellious and at tacked Brakemau Mark Butler in going to his assistance was also slightly bruised and scratched Their Injuries were not serious compared with some of the brilliant wedding Junctions of the past this will bo comparatively quiet partici pated in mainly by the immediate rurally and relatives and the pres idents official family made up of the vice president and members of the cabinet and their wives Ihis is in accordance with the tastes and wishes of the parties and the White House circle and also to some ex to the absorbing attention president land cabinet giving of late to the Mex in public matters V The ceremony of tomorrow will be held iu one of the historic rooms the scene of so many gala events with its handsome furnishings and the profusions of flowers which the White House conservatory yields President Wilson will give away the bride and the groom will be atr tended by some of his near friends as groomsmen and best man Both of the contracting parties Those Who Are Battling Tubercu losis Gather at Capitol for Tenth Annual Session Special to The GlobeGazette Washington May work of the National association for the pre vention of tuberculosis which was begun just ten years ago was review ed at the opening session of the tenth annual meeting of the associa tion here today Dr Charles J Hatfield of Phila delphia one of the directors report ed that after ten years work there are over antituberculosis agencies now well agencies in 1905 Their injuries were not serious J become WBu except a nasty blow Anderson receiv to the weddlnE have oeco ed across the back from a stick one known here during the present ed across of the Greeks used to carry palls of water Later the sheriff was on the scene to prevent further trouble thelocks along the Panama according to a report from Col governor of the Canal ione to the war department Goeth Z said that acting under Washing toh instructions to take all precau tions against trouble at the canal he Mexican situation he had guarding of officer of the Because policemen found his cur late last night standing unattended in the street with the engine running a driver named Woods had to pay a fine of and costs amounting in all to in police court this morn is connected with one of the ministration Miss Wilson was born in Middle town Connecticut where her father Ws a professor at Wesleyau Uniyer Bitv At fifteen she went to Raleigh N C to a boarding school Uater oii while her sister Margaret went in seriously for vocal study and an other sfster was engaged in social settlement work Iu the Kensington mill district the bride of tp studies in her ability day began her art Philadelphia inheriting which more than covers the cost of the site and leaves some to be applied on the building itself TheSisters of Mercy always erect hospital buildings that are the last word in hospital architecture so it is assured that the building put up here will offer every convenience and fa cilit to be found in any hospital any where Those who were behind the move ment that resulted in the Sisters de ciding to enter the field here are jubilant over their success The site garage men to the public and selected is south of Willow Creak on nthpr drivers especially of settings a an eminence at about the point good example in Implicit obedian would to the law and traffic ordinances Ono Drunk G E Sholes arrested on West Fourth street and was no frills connected with John Holub Injured and Cars Smashed Up in Collision This Af ternoon at Eighth and Superior Two cars were wrecked and John Holub chauffuer for Herbert Bell the transfer man driver of one pain fully injured about this after noon when in a driving rainstorm they crashed together at the cor ner of Eighth street and Superior avenue Arleigh Hanson driver of the oth er car owned by Beck Bros Co es caped with minor bruises and a bad mother The bridegroom jmpfjclt obediance where Fifth street extended would 11 and taste in that direction from her urn Secretary Wil liam G McAdoo was born In Mari etta Georgia 51 years ago He was only 21 when admitted to the bar after his studies at the University of Tennessee He practicod his pro fession in Chattanooga for eight years then moved to New York There he conceived the project with which his name IB Hudson river tunnel system linking New York and Jersey City Mr McAdoo was president of the sys tem from 192 to 1913 U1LI LCD f The agencies today Include 560 tuberculosis sanatorlums hospitals 410 anti tuberculosis associations and 250 open air schools and fresh air class es Besides a considerable number of boards of health and other agen cies arc taking an active part in this campaign While the National Association cannot lay claim to the organization of each and every individual piece of antituberculosis work developed during these says the report H Is probably no exaggeration to say that at least a great part of this movement has been stimulated di rectly by our association It is there fore significant to you who arc members of the association to note that while the entire budget of the national office for this period has been only federal state and local antituberculosis agencies both public and private have ex pended during this same period prac tically Dr Hatfield also reported upon the Red Cross Christmas Seal sale for last year and estimated that when all the returns are In the aggregate sale will reach more than seals a gain of per cent over S100 reward for any tlon tending to the arrest and conviction of the driver of the that killed Gus Megns Sunday night has been of f ereO by the pervisoiB of Oerro Gordo County Itosolution offering the reward was passed without dissflikving vote yestterilay Authorities feel that tills action will help vlnce foreigners that they are not saying was only and passing the matter up Officers are now running down all numbers out during in a lust ef fort to get at something tan gible To Whom It May Concem A reward of One Hundred Dollars will bo offered by tha county of Cerro Gordo for informa tion which will lend to the conviction of the driver of a bluclc five automobile wliicb ran into and kllle George and malmsed Bloxotlemepx in tlie higlnvny In frun of the Northwestern States Company Cottage 4 on G oclock P M May 3rd The punts of this car were tiie driver two young women wearing blue couts Iowa law makes all the pniits of this car guilty of who fall to report this occurrence tlio lawfully constitutel authorities If the women wlio were iiding In cur expect to receive any leniency in this mutter they must immediately coino forward with the information ivliich the law requires them to No excuse can ho accepted if this not immediately done The pollua uro invtestigatlna the entire lists of Toiviv automobile deniers and every dealers number will be Investigated and an account must lK given of tho whoroabouta of each oar suspected This should IfB fair warning o tho Darties who committed bliis crime M SNIDI3U Olitef of Police Mason City lu City Hull May 7 fall scare strike guel and one at Mlratiores Two foreigners Mike Ciicety and George Vlascer were arrested at Mason City Junction last night in Washington May possession of about 10 gallons of in and two British subjects were had brought down Austin i One American Kiiiea Special to TUe May 7 one Met at Corner klUedan thTmTnesof Guadalajara j t nvtrl aavnT Five Indictments Returned Work for the Term is Kcr tinUy Still lirUJJl xi no r 71 I Ransdell a British wWect jQf fines Justice lng i Americans are cut off by the vlcinityj This information in a dispatch from the Britisju consul at Guadalajara to the embassy Small Pox Prevalent Special to The GlobeGazette May prevails butthe city is in fair sani cftblc messatee received by tlie Red Gross Jenklnson HH representative who has Just arrived patrolman noticed it was open at Vera Criiz and taken charge of re1 Horse Impounded pair to jail for 30 With Assault gman a janitor was arrayed late yesterday by Captain ill on a warrant Issued by Justice Kimball charging battery He will have a morrow und Open could havo made a Holub was driving west in a light touring car on his way back to town from the M St L depot with all side curtains up Hanson without curtains was driv ing North on Superior Neither driver saw the until too late to avoid the smash though Hanson tried to turn to the west He turned just enough so his car was struck Just behind the front wheels With engines of both running and after the crash both headed northwesterly went on smashing the Beck sideways over the curb into an Original Wilson Man Mr McAdoo was one of the orig inal Wilson and afl vice chair man of the democratic national com mittee and as acting chairman dur ing much of campaign the acquaintance between the two fated Plans for the sale next fcave already been perfected and the ffinting of the seals will soon be be he most significant gun Some of the most signiflcar developments of new work during the past year have been in the states ot South Carolina Oklahoma and South In all of these states the new activities have been stimu latd by the sale of Red Cross Seals SUCCJKT2DS CONNAUGHT Special to The GlolieGaxctto Sondon May Alexander W Teck third son late of the Duke The Women in who occu pied the rear seat of the death deal Ing auto that killed one man and sent another to the hospital with a broken leg near the Northwestern cement plantoSunday evening can set an immunity it they appear and tell what they know about the affair This pointed out by a poaca officer of the city this morning But if they continue to maintain their silence they will be considered equally guiTEy with the man who drove the car and could expect to ho indicted with him when the identity of the party Is learned Driver Alone Hlameil On the face of the matter as it stands now the driver alone is re sponsible for the killing and the pas iHiU p fv I Wfi itiijiv to he bound together later by fatnlf Teck wiu 3ucceed the Duke of lly ties has had no breaks from Its Connausht as governor general of inception Mr McAddoos first wire Oanada acc0rding to an official an ThH iriand iury of the Cerro Gor elm tree on the berm and leaving it The grand jury of me con With its nose against the tree and the resting Inside the walk 0 he court at yest of the F B eeler lawn sa The car driven by Holub went un more testimony a Herbert W Tracy charged wtlhlwere both Beck car lost both front wheels and both ul merrit naci uiuy uuuu ana nenu oy left unlocked for It was not un intent sustained painful bruises but was oclock this morning that a frank Smith charged with ma go home after hls WOUnds ious mischief were dressed at Park hospital Innocents Domemco charged with Eye witnesses say that neither jenklnsonT however oclock this niorning I larceny driver was more to bteme than the f more sickness with iunded a bay horse C F Hoyt charged wtlh bigamy for nelther tho other untu I IB apprehensive of more Blctneas with policemen Impounded a bay the advent of the rainy season and that had botm left at Fourth and has cabled for a large supply of atreats were unable to nine typhoid and small pox vachearn who the driver was cine and virus Meanwhile his urgent work is to in Kitchon facilitate tlie departure ot refugees Iowa City May Hoyt Gives Bond C F Hoyt whose alleged first wife followed him here from Chicago other too late to avoid a crash died about two years ago She waa Sarah Houstan Fleming of Chatta nooga Tennessee Of his six chil dren three sons and three daughters the two oldest are married They are Mrs Charles Martin who lives In Arizona wnd Francis K MoAdoo of this city The other children are William O McAdoo student at Princeton Robert MoAdoo at school at 8t Pauls Miss Nona McAdoo who took part in Washington social life for the past year for the first time and Sallte McAdoo the little sirl of the family When Secretary McAdoo took a residence here last fall ho selected 1709 Massachusetts avenue Ha household here was consisted of his two children Until coming here Mr McAdoo and his family spent much time each year in his commo dious residence at Irvlngtononthe Hudson which perchance may soon become the scene of a honeymoon or a summer sojourn of the new cabi net couple The Gowns The wedding will bring together nouncement of appointment made here today sengers in his car can time as their identity through other sources Former Hotel Proprietor Dies Monticello May has been received hereof the death of up to such Is learned and action formally commenced against them appear and tell tlijs police about tha without fear of being enH barrassed by arrest or other mo lesUtion of any kind Must Bo Frightened J Woolett proprietor of the GUI For that reason it has boon deem on house at Anamosa formerly ed advisable to give the women as of the Lovell House in this surancetrougli the ltMr Wooletrmoveto Anatha they mosa about two weeks ago and has they appear been ill most of the time since look for forgivness if The police can hardly conceive of a girl so hardened as to l wish to see any man escape punish contract with some of the brilliant ment for an act of the kind in oues functions of the past yet this 1ms not affected the desire the limited f wiu 8ttr tna Ariyf to greater ac i was arrested last night and released Ncw Hnmpton Woman Dies handsome gowns and toilettes Icienoy on bond Frank smith IB one of the men ar New Hampton May Miss Lucy her I Poww company colonies Uyea in Clyde N Y Continued on Page Iowa City Poww company L colonies the wives of the vice presl dont and cabinet officers While It has boon known for some time that the arrangements for the nOl ailUULUU fnr till few who had reason to believe they would witness the event from making uie svrsr s One the hour midway between the usual require ments of an afternoon or an even ing gown and also raising the ques 1YER MAY BK OUSTED tion of whether a hat was suitable to be worn at a six oclock wedding Upocial to The UloboGazotto function Washington May 7 The houso But these details have now been elections committee in a report tiled solved by two score or more matrons hn the house today declared Reiiro and maids who are to witness the Uontative Dyer of Missouri republl marrlage Nearly all of them will can illegally holda his seat in con woar gowns not soon here before gross The case was contested by this season and tattotas in light c Gill democrat Minority re ehades with cream and white laces port will be filed and strong fight have boon tho moro generally chosen made against the reuort unseating and in materials ipyer i   

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