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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 9, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                WORK iuything under the sun am lio old by using Globe Guzette Want Ads Plioue 28 or 32 REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAYS NOT YESTERDAYS THE WEATHER Unsettled tonight and Tuesday probably showers or thtiudei iitorniK cooler extreme ivest portion Tuesday t VOL XXI MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 9 1914 No 20 DISRUPTION THREATENED BY tc PAST DANGER NOW AMERICAN DELEGATES SUBMIT NEW PROPOSAL DiCfers Only From That of Hu erta Commissioners and Me diators in Malleis of Detail Special to The GlobeGazette Niagara Falls June Jms passed safely over the shoals of threatened disruption Huerta came to the rescue by rescinding the ord er he issxie clfor the blockade of Tamplco a circumstance that imper iled mediation and produced the gravest apprehension since Uie con ference began The blockade incident has been aatlsfatorily was the an nounement of Justie Lamar as the Amerlan delegates entered theiv con ference with mediators We have have received word from Secretary Bryan that the Spanish ambassador ihas been advised by Gon Huerta of the raising of the Lamar said lie was uninformed as to the reasons which actuated Hu erta The mediators said they had taken no action with reference to the movement of the Cuban ship Antilla carrying arms for the constitutional ists at Tampico the incident which brought up the question of the block ade The blockade incident was only briefly diacuesed at the conference betwen the American delegates and the mediators It Is regarded as a past issue Tilien the American com mlsaioner presented a peace plan which they had drafted In many respects it is thegame as suggested by the Mexican delegates and the mediators The points difference are in matters of detail Dog Votes for Millionaire Catcher Milwaukee June a vote oE three to two the city finance eommit tee determined to take from the contingent fund to be paid to Miss Lenore Cawker Milwaukees millionaire dog catcher for im pounding stray dogs This work will be done by Miss Cawker and the Wisconsin Humane society under the direction of the health depart part Miss Cawker presented figures to the committee showing that the work which she is at present carrying on for the city costs her a year Miss Cawker hires two men and provides an automobile far the dog catching and maintains at her own expense kennels in an exclusive part of the city for their care until claimed or chloroformed Vnnnma Railway Vessel Put Through Gatun Ijocks to Test the Klcctiical Towing toTho GlobeGazette Panama first pas sage through the Gatun locks by an ocean liner wns successfully cnrried out by the Panama Railroad Steam ship Alliance a vessel of four thous and tons The trip was made to test the working of the electric tow Ing locomotives In handling a large vessel The operation passed off without incident the time required being a hour and a half each way A large crowd of spectators witnessed the vessels passage Government Report Indicates Yield of Bushels This Yenr Set ting New Record Special to The GlobeGazette Washington June hun dred million bushels of wheat almost half of the average worlds wheat production and a new record for the United States is the prospective to tal yield of the farms of country this year the department of agriculture today announced in its June crop report The enormous crop will be bushels more than ever grown before in the United States in any one year Excellent weather for growing crop and an increase of percent in acreage planted to wheat responsible There will also be largo yields of jats and barley probably second In iize in the history of the nation Government Crop Report The government report shows ahe condition of winter wheat to be per cent vs per cont last year and an Indicated yield of hushela k Spring wheat condition Is per cant and the indicated yield li bu Oats condition ia and indi cated yield bushels Barley Is and indicated yield Hye Hay Pasture STATE FAIR PLANS Milwaukee Votes for Million aire Dog Catcher She Spends Annually June ex pensive state fair buildings down and none of the building appropriations available because Mlwatikee county refused to meet the conditions made by the last legislature the plan of Secretary of State John 8 Donald to substitute an exposition was revived when reports of the storm at West Allis a Milwaukee suburb were re ceived Mr Donald is convinced that the present policy of inaintaiug an ex pensive plant like the state Fair park valued at upwards 000 for 365 days to be used for four or five days each year is not right and that these buildings should be near some state institution whore they would be useful much of the year Tho plan is to hold an exposition of ten days or two weeks to take the place of what is now generally known at the slate fair Tho plan was pre sented to the special legislature com mittee and received much favorable comment It is now believed that ow ing to the storm damage Sunday the project will receive still further ser ious thought OAKS IS OPENKD Recent Storm AVns Blessing to Hotel in Disguise Clear Lake June 8 The recent storm at Clear Lake was a blessing m disguise to the Oaks hotel The porches which were demolished have been rebuilt repainted and screened ao that they make a most doilghtful place free from mosquitoes and the other summer insects at the Lake The first Sunday dinner was served yesterday and was patronized by a large crowd Joe Powers three piece orchestra furnished music and the menu was a delight and demonstrated that the Oaks will be a real hotel this summer E V Pranks has secured a competent force from chef to housekeeper and will give it whatever of his super vision is needed Straggling Procession Begs Federal Commandant to Surrender Mazat laii to Rebels Special to The GlobeGazette Aboard U S S California Mazat lan June S Two hundred starving women trailed in a strag gling procession behind carriage of the military governor of Mazatlan to day imploring him to surrender the city to investing Constitutionalist army The Federal garrison is not much better off for food than the non combatants It is supposed to be protecting Militants Make Tlmt Their Slogan ami Hope to Make Jfcncl That Wears Crown Uneasy Special to Tho GlobeGazette 4 London June dilA onatration by a militant suffragette In the presence of King George and Queen Mary was carried out at the International Horse Show at Olym pia this afternoon Their had scarcely taken seats in the box when a young woman arose in the stalls opposite and in a shrill voice screamed denunciations of the forcible feeding of suffragette prison erg Police pounced upon her immedi ately but the woman fought wildly and her ejection from the building was effected only after a sensational struggle No peace for King George or Queen is the latest order Riv en out by the headquarters staff of the militant suffragettes Their fol lowers now allow few appearances of their Majesties in public to pass with out a demonstration E ANjirjjEj Madame SchumaunHeink the famous contralto is in ahurry to get a divorce from her husband Will m Rapp Jr She is engaged to sing in Germany and ovght to sail June 10 But William does not like to be treated with such hasty manners and wants the suit to drag along as much as lawyers ability will A letter written by Mr Rapp to his wife in which he offered to b e divorced without scandal and noise is the most important exhibit and m ost powerful evidence in favor of the defense No doubt the diva will get freed from matrimonial ties but we are afraid she will miss her boat The case ia being heard in Chicago Extensive Travels and Circulation of His Sixieches Big item Many Others Filing Des Moines June S Governor Clarkes primary campaign cost him according to the expense account which he will file today in the office of W S Allen secretary of state He made an extensive speak ing tour of the state visiting forty three counties and his traveling ex enses were heavy in addition the printing bills amounted to more than The governor spent probably twice as much as Judge Lee and John W Rowley He tried to reach the peo ple and discuss the issues which are of interest to the state The print ing of his speeches on taxation and capitol extension which were wide ly distributed was a heavy item also The governor used probably cards during the campaign Whlto Small Sum George C White of Nevada pro gressive candidate for governor did not make a campaign His nomin ation cost him just according to the statement he filed yesterday with the secretary of state He had no opposition Thoniaa Stapleton of Marengo democratic candirtite for nomination for congressman in the Second dis trict spent and was unsuc cessful in landing the place Harrry T PJull of Witliamsburg republi can candidate for congress in the same district had no opposition He did not spend a cent on the primary he says Grocery Store Was Finnnciiil Failure ami Patient Left Home to Moke Now Start IOWA SPENDS VAST SUM FOR PRIMARY States Kxpensc Alone ts Estimated at More Than of Candidates Des Moines June a conser vative estimate W s Allen secre of state places the coat of tho primary election held last Monday at more than Of this amount the cash outlay by the ninetynine counties of the state was more than and the expenditures of the candidates was between 000 and it is said The value of the time spent by the aovercl thousand candidates and their friends in voto getting is ao vast tlmt it can not ie ostimtaed Mr Allen declares Polk county paid about to conduct the primary but other coun ties of the slate escaped with con siderably less expense The coat of operating the polls in the pre cincts of the state is estimated at as an extremely conserva tive figure The cost of printing the ballots Js estimated at Special to The GlobeGazette Minneapolis June E Bartholomew Minnehaha avenue grocer who left the city last De cember and has not communicated with his family since has been lo cated at Pueblo in the person of a man without a mem ory whose case had been a puzzle lo alienists and scientists Hefore he came to Minneapolis Bartholomew was postmaster and s prosperous merchant at Sanborn Minn Mrs Bartholomew who lives at 1420 Vine place and who has been employed down town since liei husbands disappearance wns amaz ed to learn that the Pueblo enig as he has been styled is her husband Mrs Bartholomew said that when Bartholomew failed to make a suc cess of the grocery business at 3001 Minnehaha avenue it was agreed that he should take the money that was in the family and go away make a new start Mrs Bartholomew said she had not heard from him and that sines his departure as before she had been obliged to work le support the family Mrs Bartholomew sought employment in n down town store and has since lived with a son and daughter at her present address Turns Up As Coder On December 20 a week after Bartholomews disappearance a man appealed to the chief of police at Granada for help saying he had lost his memory and did not know who he was The man was well dressed had a cap with a Min neapolis trade mark and a pocket notebook bearin the name Coder Alienists went to Granada from Denver and Pueblo They applied many tests The man of mystery knew nothing of Minneapolis when questioned He was fond of histori cal works could read and write hut his memory dirl not go back of hts arrival at Granada He was taken to a Pueblo sanito rium and there he remained under treatment Raatern alienists stud ied the case andpersons all over the United States tried to identify him but their efforts were futile MEXICAN GOVERNMENT TO GIVE UP DEMONSTRA TION AT TAMPICO SPANISH MINISTER TRANSMITS THE NEWS Dictator Does Not Give Reason For Abandoning Plan After AH Arrangements Hart Been Made ipocial to Tlic GlobeGazette Mexico City June Mexican government has decided to suspend its efforts to blockade Tampico which had been ordered M Riano the Spanish ambassador today noti fied Bryan officially to that effect Reasons are not given why Huerta after all decided not to blockade the Mexican port with the possibility of disrupting the mediation proceedings at Niagara Falls Official Notice Special to The GlobeGazette Washington June am bassador lUano today conveyed the official notification of the Huerta governments decision not to block ade Tampico to Bryan Thus the latest crisis in the Mexican situation is fraught with possibiltiea of Now hostlities between Huerta and the United States has passed over Whatactuated Huerta In backing down does not appear in the report advices which have reached Washington from the Mexican capi tal Unofficial reports that Dicta tor Huerta decided nt the last mo ment to rescind his order of blockade reached unofficial sources which has beenMnvery close touch vTvith the situation and at about the same time that Rinno was notifying Bryan Instantly there was an evidence of relief of the tension of the last three days all along the line in official cir cles There were broad intimations here that the influence which caused Huerta to rescind the order has gone to Mexico City all the way from Niagara Palls where it said media tors and Mexican delegates have been urging Hnerta in the strongest possible terms to withdraw his po sition and let the mediation proceed It did not appear that Huertas change of position has been contin gent upon any change of plans for the oargo of ammunition steamer Antilla steaming to Tampico for the Consti tutionalists It had been suggested that possible pressure upon owners of the ship might cause them to di vert her course One thing however is plain President Wilson is de termined tlmt Tampico should be kept open to tlie commerce of the world and is keeping the American ships under Admiral Mayo in evi dent readiness to enforce it In official circles the of the Tampico blockade order is re garded as indication tlvat General Carranza will be received into Nia gara conference Carran7as answer to tho mediators is is generally ex pected will bo forwarded from Snl tlllo tonight or tomorrow Upon what terms the Constitution alist leaders representatives may agree to enter the negotiations is not definitely known here but there is a feeling that the conference at Niagara Falls yesterday and negotia tions resulting from these confer ences with Washington government Huerta had worked out an under standing by which the scope of the mediation is to be broadened Ts Known Here Numerous Chicago Northwes tern railway men whose runs take thorn north and west of hero to Snn jborn were acquainted with Bartholomew when he lived there land remember him as having con ducted a grocery there Two W B Smith and William Tlerney wore arrested Saturday night charg ed with Intoxication and were held until this morning Thev have both been arrested before Tlerney got three days and Smith a fine first Step Toward Recovery of Might HiuuliKMl Uodies Taken by Divers Today to Tho GIobeQazotte Kiinouski June first step toward recovorlnj the eight hundred or more bodies imprisoned in the wrecked Empress of Ireland was taken today when a diver descended from the Canadian government light house tender Druid and for more than an hour explored tlie excessi ble parts of the sunken lindEm press found to be lying on her side in about ISO feet of water N101V HAVKtf DIREOTOn TO BE CALLED AS WITNTSS BE FOHK I O C Lewis Cass Ledyard wealhy New Yorker and a director of tho Now Haven railroad is scheduled as one of the witnesses before tho Inter state Commerce Commission when the hearings sire resumed next Wed nesday This snapshot of Mr Lody ard was made in Washington before the hearings were postponed to allow Mr Polk to investigate the Morgan books in New York Polla Woman Ends Life When She Hears of Husbands of tho Week Special to The GIoheGaKette Pella Iowa June Jack son a farmer near Pella shot and killed himself yesturday afternoon and when his wife learned of ft slio took poison and died within a few hours No cause for the mans suicide has been disclosed Ho was born forty years ago and owned a fine farm The couple were quite well to do highly respected There are two children aged about ten tnd twelve The Jackson farm is situated about twelve miles from here between Pe oria and Sharon This double stiicWo brings llio to tal of victims of selfdestruction In this section up to three for tho week Bert Thomas killed himself at Hard scrabble school near Pelhi the mid dle of the week He was unmarried and thirtyeight years of age No cause for Ins deed has been discov ered except his wretched health He had attended Hardscrabble school when a hoy and went them to make way with liimsolf He was well known in the community The funerals of the two Neylarid children who wero drowned last week were held Friday They were thirteen and sixteen years old and died while swimming Their parents live a short distance from Pella FORMER PRESIDENT TAF1 DELIVERS PRINCIPAL AD DRESS OF THE DAY REASON FOR FAILURE OF COLONY IS GIVEN Says tVo Substitute for Incen tive Fniiiished by Private Property is Furnished by Communities ipecial to The GlobeGazette New Harmony June sons for failure ot experiments in so cialism were discussed by Conner President Tuft in an address deliver ed at the Centennial celebration of the founding of New Harmony Tha former president outlined the history of the socialistic community experi ments here and drew his conclu sions The moBt notable experiment at New said Tuft is that of Robert Owen failed as all socall ed socialisms fail because it found no substitute for the motive essen tial to arouse and make constant hu man effort that is furnished by the institution of private property and the shaping of reward by competi tion and natural economic adjust ments The plm was buned on the assumption that man was a different being from what he Now Harmony as Taft described wan the center of two experiments In Socialism of very different typos The first was started a hundred years ago by George Rapp a German nia chanic in a motive primarily relig ious The Rappittcs were classed by the speaker with the Shakers and Zoarites Communes 6T Amana and the Commune of Bethel the Aurora and Oneitla community They were all successful for years be snid in the simple meth ods of manufacturers and agriculturo to which their members devoted themselves They are not examples useful for the sociological student in considering present day Socialism be cause their members had not before them the working out of a new plan for society and social progress but rather a method of living a satisfac tory religious existence In tho in tensity of their religious motive was found a spur to industry airt self sacrifice and a substitute for the in stitution of private property which such communities viliolislied Until other forms of Sociilism find sucli a substitute they are likely to irovo futile as tho history of several ill stances of practical trials has dem COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS Special to The Gloltcrtaxollc Houston Texas Tune hearty welcome was given today to tho hun dreds of delegates And visitors as sembled in Houston for the annual convention of the Travelers Protec tive Association Following the close of tho convention on Saturday a ma jority of the delegates and tlieJr wives will leave on an excursion to Havana and Panama Cut Off Wifes Hencl Davenport Iowa Juno the same cleaver with which he carv ed beef while at work at the Kohrs Packing company plant Hynanh Tohaiin an Austrian butcher camo home last night maddened by jeal ousy and cut off his wifes head He then called a neighbor pointed to his wifes headless corpse and said 1 did It she wont go around with oth er men any He was arrested and a few minutes after being locked up in a cell at the police station was blissfully sleeping Sweetheart Life Waterloo June Tay lor aged twentyeight committed suicide last night after his sweet heart had refused to associate with him further He left a note atldress 11 h mother at Mystic Iowa stating that life was a burden and he believed he was better off dead than alive sciiooxrcns WRECKRD Rpcclnl to The QlohnGazotte Quebec Juno S Some forty schooners wero wrecked and more than twenty fisherman lost their lives in a storm that swept the const of Northern Now Brunswick nnd Chaleurs Bay last Friday night Nearly all the boats were blown ashore on Miscou and Shippegan Is lands remote points from which the news came slowly Bight bodies were recovered and taken to Cafa N toilayt Continued on Pago HTuiTy K Tliavv Application for 7Vilmnn of Lnstt cision Next Mondny Siieclal to The GIohnGcijiotte Washington June was filed in the supreme court to day by counsel for Harry Thaw for hla release on bail ponding consid eration by the court of the extradi tion criso on which New York state is seoklnfT to remove him from New Hampshire The petition was filed by Wm A Stone ot Pittsburgh It Is based on a printed statement that it is necessary for Thaw to go to Pittsburgh to attend a hearing in the Orphans court of Allegheny county over the settlement of hia fathers estate The court will prob ably announce action on the apiU cation next Monday COMMERCIAL TISLIOGIlAIHKns Special to The GloljeGnxette Buffalo N Tuno inter national convention of the Commer cial Telegraphers Union of America was opened here today with welcome addresses and responses and the ap pointment of committees and other routine business The sessions will until the end of the week The principal cities of Uio United States nnd Canada are represented by delegates NOVELISTS Special to Tho GloheGazeUc London June literary circles observed today ns the cen tennial anniversary of the birth of Charles Reade author of Tho Lyons Tho Cricket on bho Hearth and numerous other well known plays and nnvels Mr Rondo was born In Oxfordshire June 8 1814 and died at his homo near London April 11 1884   

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