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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 19, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                TWTCEAWEEK WEEKLY TJA s f w E K K QlobeGnzette want nds rehirn cd many lost articles to their rightful owners Bear this in mind when you lose something THE WEATHER Generally Vnir tonight nnd Tuesday with probably show REPORTS BY WIRE OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS VOL XXI MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 19 1914 1 No 19fl TWO AMERICAN MEDIATORS TO DIPLOMATS SAY HUERTA WILL RESIGN IF IT BE COMES NECESSARY DELEGATES GIVEN FULL AUTHORITY Information Comes From Com petent Diplomatic Source in Mexico City as Embassy Mes sage Washington May Iins authorized the Mexican mediation delegates to submit his resignation in cose such course is found necessary to n settlement In pence negotiations This ivas stated positively in cjlspatclics from a thoroughly competent diplomatic source in Mexico City to one of tfhe for eign representatives here and confirms intimations given by friends of the delegates here yesterday According to this information from Mexico City Huerta at first authorized the delegates to discuss only the question of the Tampico conflict leading to the American oc cupation of era Cruz Later the Mexican dictator it is explained came to recognize the necessity of a broader settlement and then conveyed to the delegates as surances that he waa prepared to step down It la said this course will be found necessary by them The problem causing chief con cern to diplomats in Mexico City now Is that of the form of admin istration to be established during the Ititeregfiuni before a oonstitutlonal iyelectedprealdent could assume of Nij Intimations concerning names possible successors to Huerta are contained in the dispatches this being one in which it will be 1 necessary to consult the opinion of the constitutionalists and other leaders in Mexico Justice Tuamar and Frederick who will represent the United iStates at the peace conference at Niagara Falls have arranged to leave Washington at oclock tomorrow morning This arrangement will put the Ameri can delegates at the scone of confer ence about the same time the Mexi can delegates arrive there from New York The information on Huertas atti tude now received through foreign diplomatic channels agrees with the view obtained by some close fN friends of the Mexican peace envoys during their stop here According to this view the delegates realized that the present administration at Mexico City is fast going to pieces ind It inevitable that Huerta must give place to some other authority Until the Information came through Jiplomatlc channels it yas not known that Huerta had definitely ized his resignation if envoys sldered such action essential The Mexican delegates are not Huerttstas but represent broadly the beat elements in the federal dis tricts desirous of bringing about an orderly government throughout Mex ico who will come after Huerta whether an individual or a provision al commission is still open question but it Is gathered that the succession is not likely to fall on military lead ers who come to prominence by ar bitrary force In Conference The president and Bryan were in conference with the American com missioners who are to participate in the Niagara Falls negotiations for more than an hour Bryan accom panied Justice Lamar and F W Lehman to the white house where H Perclval Dodge secretary of the commission joined the conference Bryan said the president went into mediation plans in great detail No Military Man The Huerta delegates never will agree to the selection for provisional president of any of the constitution alist military men said a man who had had a long talk with the Huerta HEAHIKO OF HOYT AUTOMOHHJS BAILSMAN BI OJf TKIAI IX DISTRICT COURT WITNKSS AGAIXST HIM IN THE CITY Case being pushed by Chicago Wom an Who Says She is First Wife of Local Motor Oar Man SPUMOUS PAPER ON AMERI CAN BRICK AND TILE CO BLANKS PRESENTED JACK ROSE TWOYEARB HE AIDIOI Frederick Uehmann Former Solicitor General The United States will be repre sented at the peace conference tor the settlement of the Mexican trouble at Niagara Falls Canada by As sociate Supreme Court Justice Jo seph Rucker Lamar and Frederick W Lehman who was solicitor gen eral in the Taft administration Mr Lehmann has a deep knowl edge of International law while Jus tice Lamar has paid attention in his supreme court work to such ques Asaoclate Supremo Court Justice Joseph Itucker Lamar tions For several days both were in Washington consulting with Sec retary of State William J Bryan and the president It is understood that both go to the conference with the demand that General lyierta must be eliminated from the Mexican sit uation It is supposed that the con feres named by General Huerta will be as strongly opposed to such a con cession SfiUtTx HeTWns Struck and That DriverofCarDid Not Stop to Learn Damage Claiming that he was struck by an automobile driven by Thomas F Davey on Fourth and Main street last night while he was riding a bi cycla and that Davey did not stop his machine to ascertain whether he was Injured Prank Smith 805 East Drubmond street may start proceed ings against the auto driver Smith says he WHS riding on the right hand side of the street with his light lighted and as he neared cor ner of Fourth street the machine came from his rear striking him as itmade a turn onto Fourth street Smith declares the driver only turn ed slightly in his seat The machine according to Smith was not travel Ing at a fast rate of speed although ho was thrown off Slight bruises were sustained on Smiths left hip The wheel was not injured Smith admits It may be possible the driver did not know he was struck as the blow was light and woud have had but slight effect on the big car The trial of C F Hoyt local au tomobile salesman charged with bi gamy opened this afternoon at 2 oclock In district court The case is being pushed by a Chicago woman who says Hoyt married her and then married a second time here She filed information against him here in Starch and is in the city to ap pear against him Hoyt is confident he will be freed on the ground that he can show ho received a divorce The state will endeavor to prove he never received a divorce He has been at liberty on bonds since his hearing a few months ago when he was bound to the grand jury The grand jury re turned an indictment against him At the time Hoyt left the Chicago wofan and prior to the time he mar ried the Mason City woman he paid a large sum to a Chicago attorney at which time he says he obtained a decree from the Chicago court grant ing him a divorce It has since been found according to a statement made by wife number one that Hoyt was flimflammed by the Chicago lawyer Attorneys who will appear for Hoyt will try to liberate Hoyt on the ground that he did not marry the Mason City woman with tho knowledge that he had another wife Talk started the case to the effect that Hoyt was engaged in a matrimonial tangle at LaCoresse has proven base less A statement which the first Mrs Hoyt was alleged to have made concerning the LaCrosse part of the afair she flatly denies WERE STOLEN WHEN PLACE WAS ROBBED Ciinies and PaUoas Cashed Orders for Each But the Forgery Was Detected at Glanvilies Blank checks stolen from the of fice of the American Brick Tile Company when It was burglarized their ap 9aturday several weeks made pearnaco during last nights rush hours apparently filled out ae pay rolls checks to foreign laborers and several stores cashed them at each before the for gery was detected and the alarm given Curries Pattons Prusias tho New York Brokerage were those to be defrauded The for gery was discovered at Olanvillei YOUNG RUSSIAN DIED FROM MONOXIDE POISONING SAY DOCTORS about the city which was by persons disinterested in Forger Escaped Though tho ink of the forged paper was barely dry when the fraud waa discovered and the matter re ported the forger escaped notwith standing the fact that fairly accur ate descriptions wore obtainable from the clerks who accepted the bad paper Wiis Poor Job Although to a clerk during the rush hour the check appeared on Those Wheels Must tboy Or dinance tlie Same as Drivers of Automobiles The police department are about to begin war against the bicycle rid er who rides his wheel after the twi light has faded without a light Many cases of the city ordinance which forbids this practice having been disobeyed are being found and action will be taken against these in the future The ordinance protects tho rider In that should an accident occur to him from another vehicle while he was not carrying lights he would have no cause for suit 95 HURT IX RUNAWAY Spoclal to The GlobeGazetto 18 and Will Bieclerman two young men liv ing near here are at home to day suffering injuries from a runaway accident Sunday They were driving a young colt oil the first trip through the neighborhood The animal ran away demolished the buggy and kicked both young men so that they aro so hadly in jured and alive suffered such abra sions of the cuticle that they are incapacitated for work for a few days Tho injuries of one of the young men may prove very serious it the Inflammation speedily reduced cannot bo Special to The May IS Ralh representatives They are not suggesting any Hi names however for provisional president nor are thev going to nvake suggestions to the mediators unless asked As they are expecting the initiative to come from the three South American diplomats They want someone however for provis ional president who will guarantee a fair election to all parties con cerned and who has not been a mili tary partisan Of course this would not exclude a number of men who have been in sympathy with the con stitutiinaliBtB but not military lead This view coirMed with that ob tained from other persona who had informal talks with the Huerta delegates here Tor three Mexicans did not dl vulge the nature of their long con ference with Hueita before their departure from Mexico City but Mana who knowa the viewpoint of tho threo said they are prepared to go the limit in the way of con cessions and will recommend to Huerta the reasonable thing People talked with the Huerta dele gates said the delegates realized the situation had progressed far beyond the Tampico incident and that at Niagara Falls they would be con frontedwith Bottling the board problem of restoring peace in Mex No Attacks Made Special to Tlie RlobeGazctto era Cruz May con centration of Mexican federal troops before the American lines in the vi cinity of Veragara station two miles out on tho Interoceanic railroad fail ed to materialize into an early morn ing attack which had been pridict ed by natives who entered Vera Cruz yesterday The night passed without incident at the American outposts and no in dication is given that General Nav arrete or General Pena contemplated any violation of the armistice From several quarters rumors per slfitently circulated yesterday con cerning Mexican troop movements American army headquarters were disinclined to take these ser iously but precautions ware taken to guard against any possible night surprise Several members of the Mason ity Motorcycle club joined thg weekly run of the organization yes erday The club toured to Hamii on going down via Rockwell and Sheffield and back by Chapln All report a very good time and little Those who went on tha rip are Miss Grace IVnvalinka Harry Pittman W A King Carl George Uth Ray Williams Max Ward and Floyd Stanbery Denlod by Envoy Spectdl to Tho GlobeQazotto New York May Rodriguez one of thoTvlexlcan peace delegates stated today the reporl had offered under certain conditions to resign absolutely was untrue President Huerta Jios sent no aueh message to said Rodriquez Club Members Journey the Hampton and Report Enjoy able Journey Bibcock the St Paul automobile man who on May 30 kist ran down and killed Mrs Olga Johnson an Iderly woman at Red Wing pleaded guilty when arraigned on a charge of second degree manslaughter and vas fined Frank Brad Who IMed at the Hospi tal Given Funeral by County and tho Church Alone in the world BO far as friends on this side of the great Atlantic are concerned Frank Brad the Italian who died of pneumonia Friday night was afforded Christ ian burial today through the offi cers of Cerro Gordo county officials and the clergymen of the Holy Fam ily Catholic church The county furnished the casket and Fathers Dougherty and Baccl arranged for the funeral and the grave Brad has a wife and child In Italy but ho relatives or even friends hero Father and Charlea Snips the undertaker In charge spent a largo part of yesterday try ing to locate friends but were un able to do BO The body waa taken from Ran adlls morgue to poly Family church at this afternoon neral services were hejd waa In the Catholic cemetery where fu Intermen Jack Rose who according to his story in the trial of Charles Becker former police lieutenant of New York City was Beckers chief agent in the murder of Herman Roseuthal again took the witness stand when the case against Becker was called He told much the same story he haft given on the first trial Rose has changed considerably since tho first trial He has lived In thn country and had reformed or pretended to reform for he has been temperance and honesty and showed fewer he had led when the face to be all right close inne was a habitue ot the east side in spection showed many earmarks of fraud The chock presented in pay ment for goods amounting to a dol lar or two at Glanvilies aroused suspicion and H was taken into Security National bank on which it it was hap pened to be down town The bank ers pronounced the paper to be bud and Cashier E W Clark Immedi ately Bet out to notify all business men on the street that bad paper was afloat which undoubtedly saved many others from losses Meantime the man who had pro sented the check becoming alarmffd at the delay in getting the check cashed fled and has not been sean since On Different Hunks Tho checks taken and presented were drawn upon the CJfy National and Socurity National banks The Glauvillo check and Hie Currie check upon the latter and the Patton check upon the former Descriptions Tally Descriptions of the man furnished by the stores agree that ho was short and light complected not roughly dressed but apparently a foreign laborer Searching for Him Officers are busy today making the rounds of tho different plants and the foreign quarters accompan ied by men who could identify the forger There was little hope how over that he would be located as most persons are certain that he has left the city ocul Degree Team to Floyd County Town to Assist In Work of Initiation Yesterday ItadmoiiovicH and IVed Knich 1ut on a Stunt That Required Presence of Police to Finish Charge Assault and Buttery Peter Ross a foreigner was this afternoon charged with assault and mattery In Justice Stanherya court this aftrenooii by Joseph Clmbrono wicy who claims that Ross broke his arm with a blow fronv a chair The alleged fight took place yesterday afternoon John Barleycorn played a game yesterday afternoon with tho peace oi Powder street Three Russians were arrested by the police In a free forall mixup following a drink test in which two gallons of the real stuff was alleged to have been the cause Charges of Intoxication were lodged against Jack Miller Lazo Radmonovtch and Fred Bmich Fines of 10 and costs each were laid aside by Mayor Stanton this morning with the exception of the case of Miller who IB aald to have caused the trouble primarily Mil ler who has been the city but a few weeks was ordered to leave Due to the lack of the proper in terpretation of the foreign lan guage the police were unable this First Meeting The usual monthly Safety First meeting was tho office of held this morning at Superintendent Arm The Knights of Columbus degree team from Mason City spent yester day in Charles City In initiatory work The following coiupoaed the team Edward Dunn Fred Colloton L OConnor W F Mason and C O JCeefe The members left here on the early morning train spending the fore paft of tho morning and after noon in initiating a team of eighty new members into thn Charles City lodge Five hundred knights from this part of the state attended Wom en to tho number of two hundred were in tha party A program was started at in the afternoon The Hon M J Wade from the Des Moines lodge was tho principal speaker Soveral others were on the program M Wades ad dress was interesting in the extreme told of tho work and success of the order and of its relative growth In the state of Iowa He pleaded for combined efforts in boosting The Knights of Columbus hall at Charles City took on a grand air for the occasion the members there hav ing made every effort to make the occasion a memorable one for those attending from other cities The evening waa spent in a ban quet which started at oclock The Mason City delegates returned with nothing but praise for the Charles City lodge and Its members BROTHER REACIJE0 CITY YESTERDAY Endeavored to Make Anaugo ineitts for Burial This Aiter noon Inquest is Held No weakness of the heart or oth er organic trouble contributed to tha death of iNlck Praskeroff or accord ing to Anglicized spelling Nlcli Galkin who was suffocated in a batli room at the Letuler barber shop 317 Vi South Main Saturday morn ing according to the physicians conducted an autopsy upon the body Autopsy was held partly beeauBS the burning of the oxygen from tha air by the gas water heater was fa tal In his case and not In the case at his brother Fred who was from an adjoining room at the sami time Fred was taken to Park hospital is rapidly recovering Nicks was nearer the water heater und iti air was vitiated first which probate ly accounts for the coming of deatk In one case and not in the other Brother Arrives Frank Galkin a brother of the dead man arrived here yesterdaj from New Richland where la employed as a sugar beet worker to arrange for the funeral He en deavored to get affairs arranged fuueral services could be held todayl The body is to be buried here Tha dead man was only about 18 vear old Inquest Held Coroner ity the death The session was bed at tha hospital Charles Dake Frank Kay nnd C van Note the coroners Jury reached the same conclusion as the doctors after hearing testimony of persons at the ahop the gas company men wha worked the pulraotor and the phy sicians who attended the men They found the man came to his death ac cidentally of monoxide poisoning One Tiino Adviser of Former Tjiouteu iiut Corroborates in Measure Story of KOKC strong of the Northwestern The regular run of business was gone over Tho meeting waa followed ly dinner at the Cerro Gordo TALKED 10 SLEUTH WARRANT IS ISSUED of the The police were cal led at to the Russian settle ment on Powder street An auto mobile was pressed Into service An excited group greeted the machine with different accusations It was said that Miller In a drunken frenzy tried to shoot up the settlement The trio which was arrested was the center of the disturbance Mil ler told the police that one of the group made a business of selling liquor although the department coud find no trace of a trade and that part of tho case was dismissed A severe lecture was given the men before they were dismissed and a group of witnesses called in the hearing came In for a share Coun ter charges against Miller were dls no evidence waa obtain able f ict The mystery concerning an auto mobile belonging to T H Carlson which was taken from his garage during the early winterand return od th same night may be cleared up A warrant was Issued this af ternoon Cor the arreatiof Harry Sco TO THE FIELD ipcnlal to The aiobeQuzcUo New York May B PUtt one time press gent and ad viser for Police Lieutenant Charles Becker on trial for the murder of Gambler Rosenthal took the witness aetand for the state today corro borated In many details the stories of Jock Rose and others that Becker was the Instigator of the murder plot After Rosonthal had been murd ered the witness testified ho met Becker who was indignant at the way the killing was accomplished What Is the matter with Jack Rose and the bunch Plttt tiuoted Beck er as having said To pull that stunt the way they did was very bad You would suppose It was being done for the moving ContrnctH for tlie Ruilding of Four Sowers Go t tlie Firm of A Iy Wilnon and Park Rules ville A boy detective has been work Ing for several weeks InMason City His methods are myster ious He is young ini years dresses in a plain manner and claims to he affiliated with an agency in St Paul Scoville and the detective from St Paul formed an acquaintance In Cen tral park time ago Scovllle toll him of several escapades of tho past detective won the confidence of ScoUle and la trying to use the information to bring him a reward Soovilla told him the story ot a wonderful automobile ride In a stolen machine It Is salfl He communicated the information to Carlson and waa told a reward waiting Many Advantage of tho Fine Weath6f of Vesterdiiy to Get Oat Into the Open Mason City has been transformed into a city of green ItB residents forsook the pleasures of tho winter and the downtown streets yesterday afteinoon for the country and the outoftheway places Tho woods skirting the pity were the scenes of several premature picnics Violet time was the cause for much of this Citizens are declaring that no year has produced finer lawns and no city could a better showing with Its green at this season than Mason City Although Main street la the moat busy thoroughfare ot tho city in no one spot can be found a lack of some vegetation of a sort A glimpse through a beautifully kept lawn discloses an even finer kept garden and a look across tho garden shows a hedge lining the property The trees are filling with leaves evenly Four contracts for sewers went to the firm of A ij Wilson Company Mason City at the council meeting this morning S R Bowcn offered bids on three of the propositions They named higher terms and lost on each count The four sewers are to be located on Alexander street Fourth avenue East Huntloy street and on Jefferson ana Drummond streets The Wilson firm bid a price oC 72 cents on earth excavation to for loose rock to for hard rock 22 cents for 8 Inch pipe 80 cents tor branches and and for mauholea The work on these sewerswill come at onco Proposed resolutions for on Stanton and Sherman streets were passed plans made by tho city en gineer for their construction passed and bids wore authorized to be ad vertised Contracts by the A L Wilson com pany tor newers which have been completed wore accepted These are on Columbia avenue and West Hunt ley streets A new ordinance No 351 referring to a set of park rules was paaaoci   

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