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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 11, 1914, Mason City, Iowa WOBIC WONDERS Vnything under the suu can lie old by nslng Globe Gazette Want Ads Phone 28 or 32 REPOTS EACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS THE WEATHER Partly cloudy tonight cooler in cast poitiou tonight VOL XXI THE ARTILLERY OFFICER AT MAZATLAN DECAMPS WITH PARTS REBELS BEGIN STRONG ATTACK UPON THE CITY Steamer Anlilla Supposed to u JU suliai autl official circles Have Amis for Villa Arrives Partly because of the fact i that it was the first nrwjcinn at Unload on Friday MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 11 1914 Aboard U S S California Mwzat lan Mexico June il i Beginning with heavy volley firing last night the Constitutionalists advanced today through the outskirts of the city in a determined assault The beseiging forces it is learned today stormed and captured a hill of strategic Importance rjrtlr of the olty The walled cemetery also fell Into the rebels hands It is discov ered that breech plugs of all the fed eral garrison guns except one at Port Rosalea are missing The ar tlllery officer in camped charge has de Fearing the neutral zone desig nated for non combatants might not be respected in the attack the entire consular corps at Mazatlan sent a note through Rear Admiral Howard commanding the United states Pa cific fleet to General Iturbe the Con stitutionalist commander again re questing that the zone be safe guarded The German consul sent a letter of thanks to Admiral rloward for protecting German interests Japanese Minister Adachi returning to Mexico City after an unsuccessful effort to reach the west coast has ar rived safely it is atGuacl alajara was thet by thVistee retary of the Japanese legation from the Mexican capital with a special train Arrives Special to The GlobeGazette Tampico Mexico June steamer Antilla supposed to be bringing arms and ammunition to the Constitutionalist army has arrived here and anchored the city Wharves She is to discharge her sargo tomorrow ROOSEVELT jiffisiE TODAY PRIVATE CHAPEL Op BRITISH EMBASSY IS THE SCENE GROOM IS SON OF FORMER PRESIDENT Bride Is Daughter of Ambassador roiu the United States to Olven Much Attention Madrid June the private chapel of the British KeE mit Roosevelt son of former presi dent of the United States and Mrs Theodore Roosevelt was married to day to Miss Belle Wyatt Willard the daughter of Col Joseph tlie American ambassador to Spain The wedding attracted much atten tion m social and official circles artly because of the fact it was the first occasion in many years that a member of the family a foreign diplomat has been married in this city The ceremony was conducted by the Rev Samuel Newell Watson the pastor of the American church of the Holy Trinity In Paris who was assisted by the Rev Herbert Brown chaplain of the British embassy The bride was attended by her sis ter Miss Elisabeth Willard as maid IOWA NTSGLROTS CHILDREN Assertion Made at Labor Pod oration Convention to The GlobeGazette Davenport June 11 That the state of pays more attention to hogs cattle and crops than to its workers was the claim made by sev eral delegates in an extended discus sion of the child and woman labor problem before the Iowa Federation of Labor It was pointed out that there are only four factoryjnspectors employed by the state a number en tirely inadequate to secure rigid of factoryies and pre vent employment of women and chil dren for long wages hours at meagre FORECAST ANOTHER WAR Times Sees Trouble Ahead for Greece and Tiirkej Special to TheGlobeGazette London June war between Greece and Turkey is fore shadowed by the Times which says unrest in the Balkans has become acute Several of the states It says recently have beei employed in clearing their newly acquired terri tories of undesirable elements The Bulgarians have been the prln cipal sufferers The onrest Is at tributed hy the newspaper to the drastic policy of the young Turks n expelling all Greeks from Asia Minor and Turkish Greece It is Relieved tho policy is a prelude to fhe declaration of war upon Greece main object being reconquest by Turkey of Salonika and the re of Macedonia SUFFS BLOW UP CHAIK to The GlobeGazette June 11 An attempt to blow up the coronntlon chair which has been in Westminister Abbey since 129ft was maido this evening The outrage is attributed to mili tant suffragettes The only slightly damaged chair wag INDICTED PLUMBERS GIVIO Dos Moincs June p Oarvey and P J Daly of Mason City Charles G Bosch of nurllngton and James A Wallnce of Des Moines who were among the thirtysix indicted by the federal jury last week appeared be fore Clerk W C McArthur and fur nished bonds of each Tho were given until JTuly 7 by n to furnish bonds j vii 1 Y AAicLl Up U of honor The bridesmaids were Miss Katheriue Page daughter of the American ambassador in London Miss Virginia Christian Mile Gilue Le Venetur de Tillieres and Prin cess Fellah von Thurn and Taxis Although the wedding was consid ered more private than public there assembled in the chapel a most dis tinguished company Several rela brida from Richmond and Washington were in attendance m addition to the members of the im mediate family The family of the bridegroom was represented by Col Roosevelt his daughter Mrs Nicho las Longworth and his nephew phil ip Roosevelt Among the general company were nearly the entire dip lomatic corps resident in Madrid representatives of the royal of Spain and a number of the lead tlje American The wedding ceremony took placa at noon and was followed by a recep tion and breakfast at the American embassy Yomig Roosevelt and His Brido New York Juno 11 Kermit Roosevelt and is 25 years old He is in Madrid to Miss Belle Wyatt is tlie second son of former President Roosevelt and is 25 year old He is a tall well setup young man and lias won honors as an athlete HP accompanied his father on the lat ter s African hunt as photographer of the expedition and also accom panied him on his recent trip into the interior of South America In the autumn of lm young Roosevelt returned to his studies at Harvard which had been interrupted hy tho African expedition and was graduated in Tune Tjatei he sailed for Brazil to enter the rail road business During his residence in Brazil he made his headquarters at bao Paulo and it is expected that he will take his bride to that city Kermit Roosevelt has two younger brothers Archie and Quentin who are still at college and his elder brother Theodore Roosevelt Tr who married Miss Eleanor B Alex ander His sisters are Mrs Nicholas Longworth and Mrs Richard Derby Todays bride made her social de but two years ago and since that time she has been prominent in the social life of Richmond Washington Baltimore New York and at Hot Springs Va It was at the latter re sort that she met Miss Ethel Rooso velt now Mrs Richard Derby who was the guest of the Willarda on a long motor trip through Virginia No 210 V WM JOHN R SILLIMAN VICE OONSKL AND SECRETARY OF STATE and i in forces The having conferred XiRYAN ju illustration are Secretary of State W J Bryan the United States vice consul who has just arrived having been imprisoned in Saltillo by the Huerta was taken as they left the executive offices after MSZ arip g ju s is his experiences until it rr hS r M T the settlement of the Mexican af MI Silliman was a class mate of tho President at college One I5nildiii Unroofed and Many Trees IJIouH Down at High Wind at Clear Luke Sheffield June coming between one Joseph Edward Willard father of the bride of today was appointed ambassador to Spain by President Wilson He has long been a leader in financial circles in Richmond and the south He married Miss Belle Layton Wyatt of Baltimore in 1891 In the war with Spain he served on the staff of Gen Fitzhugh Lee He was a member of the Virginia legis lature for eight years and lieutenant governor of the state from 1902 to 1900 Miss Willard visited the Roosevelt home Oyster Bay and It was while there that she became ac quainted with Kermit and she was a guest at the DerbyRoosevelt wed ding in New York a year ago last winter after which young Roosevelt sailed for Brazil to engage in engin eering The romance between the Virginia girl and the son of the for mer president was known to very few even among her intimate friends until the announcement of their en gagement was made early last Janu ary The new Mrs Roosevelt is not ed for her vivacity and her love for outdoor recreations She is of blond type rather small and with clear cut features A high wind furious rain ind another at about last night did considerable damage to trees and property The damage in the main was sustained by trees and weaker buildings Several barns in the rural districts suffered The roof of a building under way of con struction here was takfin from the shell and carried several feet One of the heaviest rains of the senson andone which came hardly without a minutes warning struck the town about S oclock As sud denlyas it came it debated and a wind took its place The wind did not come as a twister or as the winds that destroyed parts of north ern Iowa recently but blew steadily and furiously Many trees were snapped in the middle and limbs and leaves strew the sidewalks and streets WILSON TO VISIT PRINOIOTON Special to The GlobeGazelle Washington D June rangements have been completed for President Wilsons trip to Prince to ntomorrow to meet In reunion wit his old classmates of 1879 The day will mark the beginning of the uni varsitys 107th xjnnual commence ment The president will participate in the alumni parade and in the aft ernoon ho will attend the Yale Princeton baseball game The present plan is for him to to Wosh tncton tomorrow nlsrht At Clejir Clear Lake June wind which had almost spent Itself when it reached Mason City raised some havoc with nature here last night In spite oCthe dangerous looking clouds that hovered over the lake for sev eral hours people out on pleasure trips were not frightened by them In fact they paid no attention to them in a great many cases and with the result that the 9 oclock car returning to Mason City bore sev eral soaked to the skin Weak sum mer cottages suffered and a few of the campers loarned the misery of a night In the rain Clear Lake trees suffered to some extent Window Is Rrnken Clear Lake June plate glass window in Clarks cafe was blown in by the windstorm of last night This was the only damage on lonsequence on Main street Storm at Plymouth Plymouth was tho center of a wind storm that did considerable mis Hearing on Application for Urings Out Fact thnt Clinton Man WHS Lured nnd Attacked by Tony Musser Strikebreaker Chicago Juno 11 by testimony of witnesses to the shoot ing that Carl Person labor editor of Clinton acted in selfdefence when he shot and killed Tony Musser former chief of police and then non union workmen Circuit Judge Walk er today admitted Person to hail fixing the bonds t The hearing was on an application for hail and the application Was re sisted by the states attorney of DuWitt county Person was released tonight on bond signed by Prank Sell i rnberg and Mrs Jean Comer ford He had been in jail since tlie killing of Musser The testimony was introduced to show that Musser lured Person to the intcrurban station in Clinton by decoy telegram message and that the editor was then attacked and severely beaten by him Witnesses leclared that Musser was shot and killed while seeking to again attack Person who had been knocked to the ground The shotting was the outgrowth of the strike of Illinois Central rail road shopmen with whom Person ympathlzed FIREMEN NIGHT TUSSLE AT MARSHALL i OIL COMPANY THOUSANDS OF GALLONS OF OIL ARE IN DANGER Dense Smoke from Blazing Oil Made Fighting Flames Diffi cult and Highly Dangerous Task chief In this vicinity ings fences and trees Farm build rame in for the most damage Some smaller Iniildlngs were blown down Farmers coming into town this morn nig tell of the damage their cros received from the wind and rain CROOKS CKT HIS CASK Sioux City June S Pres ton of Coon Rapids Iowa has been separated from by a clever band of crooks who operated in a cottage on Crystal lake near here Four of the hand ara In Firemen risked their lives in a successful attempt to extinguish a broke out among six hun dred barrels of oil and gasoline at the Marshall Oil companys building on East Ninth street this morning at The orgin is unknown Fighting a flame that scorched their arms and faces they crept to within ten feet of the building which contained enough gasoline to blow that part of tho city off the map Their efforts at times seemed to be more than human The flames shot high in the sky and the smoke was so thick that they could not see their companions working with them They saved a part of the building About twothirds of the oil in the building was consumed Four explosions resulted Iroru partly filled steel barrels of gasoline The department did not return to the barn imtil oclock tins morn ing First Saw Light A man standing on a freight train in the Minneapolis St Louis yards had the first intimation that any thing was wrong He saw a light in tho rear part of the building through a He paid no special attention to as he thought it possibly was a night watchman with a lantern Again getting a look at the buildin the railroad man saw a bolt of flame shoot up from a window in tho rear Me left his work wont to the depot and called tlie fire department at and before they wero at the scene Three lines of hose were laid When tbp department arrived tlie building was wrapped in a blanket of smoke which the nion were forced to penetrate Clasping Hands in some instances the osemon alrncel to tlie building Six hundred barrels of oil and several barrels of gasoline wore stored in the basement Tlie build ing was constructed of wood A 1500 gallon tank ofgasoline stood within a few feet of the building and a wagon loaded with barels of oil and gasoline stood within two foot of the burning walls The danger of an explosion was seen to lie close fidaid Gnsolino Tank Men were detailed to throw water on the side of the building nearest the gasoline tank and others were brought to the rescue of the wagon of oil The smoke described by one man was so thick that it could be cut wiht a knife hindered them and the fighting was necessarily slow Tbe men were forcRd to leave their task frequently for a dash of fresli air fiiusnline Explodes While the men were within a short distance of the building four barrels of gasoline exploded One was shot straight into the air through the roof and another went out the side of the building The others are thought to have only con tained a small quantity of oil was found later that none were full Water Burns The basement was flooded with water Still tbe flames continued and water mixed with oil ran out of the basement windows and the situation became acute It was fin ally found that by u continuation of the flooding process the oil floating in the cellar could be forced to the level of the street and there more easily bo put out The main fire which bad evidently started in the oil barrels was under control but the fire continued until daylight this New Turkish Ambassador to tho United States has arrived in Wash ingtou and will assume charge of the embassy at once He is at presen quartered at a hotel and is await ing a favorable opportunity to pre sent bis credential to the President In 1910 he was a secretary at the em bassy He succeeds Zia Pacha as the Turkish representative here Report on Now Huvoii Road Disaster Places Illnnip for Terrible Acoi dent Son of Wealthy Onmlia Ilrewer Fi Her Friend and Chauffeur Hit by Train Special to The GlobeGazette Omaha Juno was made today of four persons ed ir an auto accident last night when a machine was struck by a passenger train at Sarpy flu June a report to commission today on the cause ot tin wreck of a Nesv York New Haver Hartford passenger train near Westerly R Oct 25 1313 H Belknap chief inspector of safetj appliances finds that it was due to i broken rail The wreck resulted m the death of seventyfour pass iKors and three employes Mr Belnap declared the investiga tion has shown that the rail frnc under the New Haven train y reason of the presence of trans verse figures in its bond was caused jy high wlieol loads and their at tending The inspector fur ther reported that the presence in New Haven rack and continued use of rails of the same or similar con struction and exposed to the sumo service conditions is a source of In connection with his report Mr Belnap pointed out that derailments caused by broken rails since July 1 1911 numbered in which 175 persons lost their lives wore injured and damages aggregating If the cause of this peculiar type of figures cannot be detected in rails until they are worn tn the surface Inspector Belnap declared thon it scorns apparent that a remedy lies in the dimishing of wheel Publication of His ICiifrl jiient Withheld Dccai Of Militant Outbreak of Kcui morning Tim is practically de stroyod with tlie exception of tbe o fice located in the front part Those witnessing the fire from a distance and who watched tbe movements o the men prnise them highly Several railroad men who left their trains nnl vntcliRrt the fire said that they 11 i light dend are Oscar J Krug son of brewer a local Miss Vivian Ash fiancee Mrs Mennelh Thompson of Blair Nebr Chas Baer chauffeur All members of tho auto party were well known in Omaha society circles MQUOR DKALEHS MEET Council Bluffs June hundred and fifty delegates to tlie annual convention of the Iowa Re tail Liquor Dealers association are arriving in Council Bluffs to attend tho sessions of the orgflulzatjon a fire which affected the oil and gasoline this one few scars and burns arc no tifiable on the persons of the firemen this morning Several of them were scorched by the flying oil when tlie explosions took place An estimate of tho loss to tho com pany inn do by local employes this morning waa placed at al though this may be exceeded The manager of tho company is at Mnr shalltown and will nrrlve in Mason City tonight After a thorough in vestiRatlon of the building this after non Firo chief Connors came to the conclusion that tho fire started f om the inside of tbe oulldjnu but has not naen able to determine its fcecial to The GlolieGaxclto London June of suf fragette activities have caused the withholding from publication in Lon don of Colonel Iloosevelts engage ments during his approaching visit to England It is known however that except for his lecture before Royal Geographical society Roosevelt at his own request will take no part in public functions while in London On the other hand an extensive list of private entertain ments has ben arranged so that tbe colonel will have the opportun ity of meeting the prominent people whom he desires to see Sir Edward Grey secretary of state for foreign affairs ir to give a luncheon in honor of Roosevelt June 1 5 MARSHALLING FORGES FOS FIGHT IN FEDERATION OVER FRANCHISE MISS JANE ADDAMS GREETED WITH CHEERS Makes First Speech in Conven tion in Which Womens Right to Vote is Mentioned Special to The GlobeGazette June advo cates among the delegates to the bi ennial convention of tho general fed eration oE Woniens Clubs were busy today marshaling their forces in pre paration for the expected buttle over the suffrage ersolution that it is re ported might be offered to the vention at any moment Leaders of the suffrage wing exult ed openly over the outburst of ap plause that last night greeted Miss Jane Ad dams when when she made the first statement for suffrage to ba heard from the platform after tha convection officially opened Without the franchise Addams women are suddenly shut out of the game played all over the world by statesmen who at this moment are trying to trans late the new social sympathy into political Presidents Speech Declaring her belief that clivli work is true and propos ing that the federation join in an earnest campaign for the betlermenl of rural life Mrs Percy V Penny backer president general of the fed eration of womens clubs addressed the biennial convention here today She asked that the federation wbr be widened by being presented be fore other organizations by confer ences and at state federations pri marily by individual efforts Lot us call for voluuteurs said Mrs Pennybacker to carry the gos pel of the general federation work to every individual club at lesist once a year I would not hesitate to asli these women to offer their service in the highest missionary spirit foi verily the message they will bring is otlentimes of religious nature If you could hear as r have henrd stories how sick babies have been saved of how women to whom ev ery door of life was closed have had their lives made full of hope and courage of how those hungering is spirit have beim comforted and re roshed you would not fenl that 3 overstated tho maler when 1 jluiin that club work is true re Continued on Page HPKKOIlICS VOTE TALK AUOUT MXCOLN Special to Tlie GlobeGazette Evnnsville bers of the Indiana Republican ICdi torfal Association rounded up here toddy and begun what promises to be tho most notable annual mooting in the history of tho association To morrow the members anil invited guests will go to Lincoln City where exercises will be hold In tho Nancy Hanks Memorial Park where the mother of Abraham Lincoln is biir ted Addresses will be delivered by former Vice President Fairbanks nnd former Governors Wilson of Ken tucky Deueon of Illinois and Durbin Indiana pccinl to The Washington Juno 11 Voting on virthcr amenlmonts to tho repeal of lie Panama canal tolls exemptions H1 halted in the senate while Sena or Drnndegee republican made a ong speech in favor of th bill Pros pects of other long speeches hefora oting began upon the repeal itself iromisod to lengthen the session into ho night and majority leader Kern ilannod to hold the senate In ses ion until a vote is reached The ist stage of the most spectacular egislalive fight congress has seen ince tho democratic party came to ower attracted hundreds to the apilol despite thu wilting heat Members of the house crowded upon he floor Senators of the opposit ion both republicans and democrati re making no apparent effort to de iy the vole but many had various ualirylng resolutions prepared upon ihich they Intended to force roll Administration leaders roitorated hat they had votes to hold the mens re intact as it now stands sorris Simmons compromise amend lent and pointed to tbe record votes of yesterday to sustain their conten tion Senator Clapp republican speak ing opposition to the Panama tolla repon bill declared President Wil son n dangerous lender for the demo cratic senators to follow the presidents early writings Clapp Wilson was no more a democrat at heart thoii Senator Root or President Taft Ho is lending his party to the some dis which met another lender who I iuldcd Clnpp the TO TKSTIFY Rpoolnl to The Gloljpa Now York x June seI for Harry K Thaw with William l ravers Jerome counsel tor the state of New Yorlc announced that it had neon agreed to allow Thaw who is now In New Hampshire to go to Pittsburgh to testify in tho matter of his fathers estate
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