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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 17, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                You can rent anything from a small room to the largest farm by using a GlobeGazette Want Ad Phone SS or 32 THI WEATHER Oloady tonight and Tuesdays probably local showers or the thunderstorms cooler west and central portion tonight Bil WIRE EACH DAY Off THS IMPOBTiflSVENTS OF THB WOBIJJ TODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS VOL XXI MASON CJJY AUGUSTJ7 No 264 Japans Ultimatum Will Take War Into Far Eas Took Car To Make Escape MIKADOS FOREIGN OFFICE DEMANDS THAT GERMAN NAVAL STATION ON CHINESE SOILrBE EVACU ATED AT ONCE AND THE GERMAN NAVAL FORCES BE WITHDRAWN FROM THE ORIENT Washington Will Try To Deliver Mote To Government Af Berlin Censored Dispatches from French Belgian and English Sources Continue to Tell of Victories of Allies Word Allowed to Leak Out Concerning Operation of the English Fleet in the North Reported Moving Toward Greece The censorship put into effect by the British authori ties over the movements of the empires armed forces afloat and in Belgium is effective to a remarkable de gree Not one word of news has come through for several days past concerning British military or naval activities Censored dispatchesfrom Brussels and Paris frequently referred to the presence of British troops arrayed against the forces of Germany but not one word has been allowed to come through from any source to indicate what the numerical sternglh of the British field army may be or where its units are located secrecy guards the movements of theBritish warships believed to be hold ing the German fleet in the North Sea Not one word has comethroug position of any British or in these wa ters So far the general pxiblic naval tivities in European waters are a sealed book French of ficial reports assert thePrench armies continue their for ward march in Alsace where many guns are said to have been captured from the Germans as well as many pris oners Toldo Aug has sent an ultimatum to Ger many demanding the withdrawal iof German warships from the Orient and the evacuation of Kiau Chan and giv ing Germany until Aug 23 to comply with the demand Otherwise the ultimatum stales that Japan will take ac tion The general expectation here is that the ultimatum will he followed by war TURKS IN MOTION London Aug dispatches say Greece has received information that the Turkish troops are cross ing Bulgarian territory and marching in the direction of Greece The Hellenicgovernment in consequence of the reportshas notified Turkey that if this news should be confimpd corresponding military and naval measures will immediately be taken by Greece London Aug dispatch to Routers Agency from Nish Servia dated Sunday says A naval engagement between French and Austrian warships began off Budua Austria in the Adriatic this morning The French squad ron coming from the southwest attacked Austrian war ships Two Austrian ironclads were sunk one set on fire and the fourth fled northward toward Cattero The fight lasted over an hour A Router dispatch fromJaris says a Berlin message announces the Gorman emperor started this morning for Mainz with his general staff London Aug the German forces are pushs ing through the valley of the Mouse extensive operations are progressing along the AlsaceLorraine frontier where the Frenchund German armies are in contact Japan has sent an ultimatum to Germany demanding the withdrawal of German warships from the Orient and the exacuation of Kiau Chau the German Protectorate in China gives Germany until August 23 to comply Owing to cable interruption Japan was unable to delivcir the ultimatum to Germany and Washington has announced that the United States will undertake the task Pckin reports that three British regiments are ordered to hold themselves in readiness to go aboard transports and it is presumed they will cooperate with the Japanese land forces if force of arms is resorted to The United States cruisers Tennessee and North Caro lina bearing gold for the relief of Americans in Europe has arrived at Falmouth England Worry Asserts Mason City Chemist Not Alarmed Over Not Hearing From His Wife Who Is Visiting in Germany North Iowas Although he has heard nothing from her since the European war broke but at wiidh time she was visiting relatives in Fermany George P Dieckman ohief chemiat the Northwestern States Portland CeJ ment Company is not In the align1 est degree alarmed concerning safety ot his Inasmuch as she is the guests ot relatives who are Germans she not aa thinks have been sub jected to even the slight embarrass ment which ordinary American tourJ istg underwent during the first few days of the mobilization For that matter Bays Mr Dieck nvan there was absolutely no reason for any Americans having friends or relatives in Germany feeling the sligheat alarm for the greatest an noyance to which tiaey could be pos sibly have been put must have been a temporary delay in getting checks cashed The Germans says Mr Dieckman even though busy pre paring for war would not let the subjects of a great and friendly na tion experience any real suffering Hethinks that by this time temporary difficulties must beI smoothed out Germanj to Win atthe opinion that Germany will win In the long run in the present war and from his knowledge of German conditions agrees fully with an article by Max Annenbery of the Chicago Tribune who has just returned from Europe and sets forth his view of the con flict as follows Germany will win other outcome of the great European struggle Is possible in view of the that the censorship wilthholds from the world Germany will win Is wtnning now by both might and right I am home tonight from a sojourn abroad spent in war torn countries through that tense period ureltm naries and mobilizations I smdied he situation there at first hand and I tave returned to Chicago with a view the situation that no anti Jerman censorship pass My observations covered the centre of activity In England France Ger many Holland and Belgium I was in Paris July 16 and I sailed from England Aug 5 In that time the war clouds gathered and the storm broke Week From Simlay Here and now I forecast that a week from Sunday will find France and Gelglum conquered by Germany England suing for peace and Rus sia not even in the fight A few hours at home and my ob servations across the country from New York convince me that our public Ibas not been allowed to learn how the war started why it started and what it is about I am convinced that the plot which cost the life of the heir of Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria was a Servian plot that the assass ination was a crime committed by a nation Even Che bombs used were traced to Servian arsenals It is easy to understand why Servia pro tested against Austria investiga tion That could have meant only exposure to the world of the Servian conspiracy to destroy the Austrian royal house Russia Urged Servia There is no room for question that Russia in support of the pan Slavic movement urged Sorvia on in her attitude of defiance ot Aus tria Every man in Europe knew th significance of the situation the in terrelation of alliances pacts and Intrigues When Russia began the mobiliaa tion oE troops in a position to men ace the German frontier there wa only one thing left for Kaiser Wil helm to do He demanded explan attons from St h got nothing Germany was forced to mobiliz for selfprotection A few hours were enough to show that Germany would have to fight and the kaiser like overy other good fighter struck tho first blow and struck it quickly Every good American appreciates the advantage of getting in tho first Germany Peaceful Nation It must not bo believed wll opin ions to the contrary notwlthstand INFURIATEQ NEGRO COOK KILLS THREE AT LOVE BUNGALOW OF MAN WELL KNOWN IN THIS CITY CITY NATIONAL WAS DESIGNED BY WRIGHT Famous Chicago Architect Who Attracted WorldWide Atten tion by Love Affairs Planned Some of he Fine Buildings of Mason City Including the Dr Stockman Homo Reportsin the Chicago papers of yesterday oE the killing of six of the inmates of the love at Spring Green Wis of Frederick Lloyd Wright the architect were of more than ordinary interest in Ma son City for Wright was the de signer of the City National bank and the Dr Stockman home It was while he was associated with work here that he broke into the lime light through the spiritual Hegira which he and his soul mate now slain BTrs Cheney took Dr Stockman Uliat time was cast ing about Eor a designer of a home was referred to Wright by friends and other architects At that time JOHN JOHNS CAUGHT NEAR MANLY LAST NIGHT IN POSSESSION OF JAS 1 EBYS ROADS TER FIRST SOUGHT BECAUSE OF GUN PLAY SUNDAY Drew Gun on Man at the North western Grocery But Was Knocked Down Before He Coula Shoot Has Been in Trouble Before Held on the charges of assault to kill stealing an auto and carrying concealed weapons John Johns slept last night ia county jail It all started over an argument Johns Jmd yesterday afternoon with several men at the Northwestern Grocery store about 2 oclock Four tioura lat er lie was in Jail Johns was playing the tough guy out at the grocery store when one of the listeners took exception to his remarks He promptly pulled a revolver and lev eled it at the other man whose name Is Dyer Just as Johns was about to pull the trigger another bystander struck him with his fist from the side and he went to the ground the revolver in the opposite direction The mat ter was reported at once to the po lice Johns got away as fast as of Jicer ar FAIR TICKETS Fair tickets are for sale at the fol lowing places At Clear G Etzel First National Bank A J Peterson Has Idns Riley Co At Mason J ICilmors Drug Store Fair Program TUESDAY AUGUST 3atea open at p m Mason City day Grandstand opens at Program starts at p m trot 27 entries ia this race paca 32 entries in this Other class races Vaudeville acts between heats Thrilling train wreck will take place at the close of the afternoons program Evening program ooneits of vau deville acts and Martins fireworks featuring the Battle of Mobile Bay Grandstand admission for this day 25c Reserved grandstand admission 35c CLOSING OF FINAL DAY OP PREPARATION SEES THE EXHIBITS PRACTICAL LY ALL IN THEIR PLACES HI BY TRAIN Body of Man Not Known Here Bu Trought to IVa Named Olsou Foiuwl on Tracks Near HimloiLliowu Continued on page Ingthat Germany Is anything but rigbt had a reputation of being ne OE the best bungalow design rs In Chicago and possibly in the ountry His work was not confined ntlrely to bungalows for he was Iso well famed and known as a de gner of large buildings In fact ccording to Dr Stockman Wright selected from a hundred bidders nd managers to construct the de ign and supervise the construction the Larkin Soap Building in alo N Y Tihis office building was o be constructed along the finest ines possible and not a cent of ex ense was to be spared Dr Stockman was acquainted with iota Wright and his wife while they vere residing at the home in Oak ark and before any of the trouble r noterlety had appeared in the amily Dr Stockman has visited at he Wright home on several occas ons Wriglht was also a visitor in this city on several different oceassions while the Stockman home and the City National bank were in the course of construction Wright takes personal supervision of tho work to see that his ideals in house structure will be carried out perfect y Chris Rye bad the contract and management of the work which Wrigjht directed The architect taires this interest In his work that every thing he wishes to be characteristic of his designing will appear in the completed house Mrs Wright whom the doctor met while calling on Wright to make the final arrangements on tthe plans was a very lovable and noble woman She was a graduate of an eastern college and a member of the Ksippa Alpha Theta society and a very brilliant woman Chicago papers report the murder as follows A crazed Cuban negro armed with hatchet Kin amuck Saturday in the love bungalow of Prank Lloyd Wright the architect at Spring Green Wis First he locked all except one of 81ie He then set fire to the bungalow As its occupants fled out of the one open door he felled them one by one When he had completed his mad work six persons lay dead three others were injured and the bunga low was in flames The negro who had been employ ed as a handy man fled hatless with ihis wife The wife dropped from ex haustion at the end ot the first he was not to be found Two trips were made to the cement plants and the country thoroughly searched but a delay of about ten minutes in a garage getting an auto for the police gave the offender a chance to make his getaway After spending an liour and a half searching for the culprit the quest was about to be abandoned for a time when it was reported that Johns had gone north in a Ford roadster Mean while the sheriff was out on a search Shortly aEter 3 oclock James Bby reported the theft of his car number 10059 Erom In front of the Elks club It was a Ford roadster and when the police notified the sheriff that Johns had gone north in such a car the search began Neighboring towns to the north weoo notified and Captain Frank Campbell in one car and the deputy sheriffs In another started for Manly Junction hoping to at least get trace of the car there About a mile this side of Manly Captain Campbell got the car with Johns and two oth ers in it They were headed for Ma son City Johns had had trouble with the car and had decided to bring It back and slip out of town wey One of the other occupants of the car gave his name as Hans Nel son said he was a cook out work and was hungry He was given a bed and meal at the county jail until his case could be Investigated The oth er man Wus a young man living north of town who gave satisfactory evidence that Johns had offered to take him home from Manly where he was visiting his father He said Johns told him Ji bought the car for and all it needed was a little repairing Johns is about 17 years old and was formerly employed in a local livery barn He was discharged from there recently and has had various occupations since that time princi pally driving an express wagon He has been in trouble severaLtimes be fore and it Is believed is out The body of a man whose name is thought to be Olson with relatives somewhere in Chicago was found on the Northwestern tracks a mile and a half north oE Hanloutown second station north of here on the North western yesterday morning by the train crew of passenger No 25 Tie man had been killed by a south bound freight train it is thought though entire mystery surrounds the accident because at the time the freights pass over that section of the road H is Just daylight It is thought that It was south bound time freight No 132 that caused death There were only a few papers of identification on liim and from these only the Eact that his name probab ably was Olson could be learned He was a man about 28years of age and apparently a farm hand It was thought that he has been seen in the neighborhood of Joice by farm ers of that vicinity though at a late hour this morning the body had not been definitely recognized In addition to the few papers on his body was found in cash which eliminates the suicide theory A man was seen to board the freight at the city Blue Earth which station is quite a ways farther up tlie line but the train men and officers of the road are con fident that he was not the man kill ed near Hanlontown The crews of the morning freights knew nothing ot any accident until the remains were found by the first passenger TJie body is now in tlie hands of the authorities of Worth county to whom it was turned over by the pas senger train crew and Coroner 0 A Hard is making every possible effort to locate his people but the fact thai he has quite acommon name and his only apparent relatives live in a large city where there are many people by that name may make it difficult to get any trace interested parties ATTRACTIONS OFFERED PUBLIC ARE NUMEROUS Saturday Sunday and Monday Has Witnessed the Sending of Many Herds of Fine Live Stock to the City Amuse ment features Most Novel and Costly Ever Offered All day exhibitors poured into tue fair grounds to take advantage of the the last day for making entries at the North Iowa Fair which opened to the public tliis morning at oclock Secretary Barber and his many assistants worker steadily all day getting everything in readiness for the greatest fair ever held on the local grounds This evening at oclock when the entries closed the secretary reported a larger number of entries and more interest shown than inany previous year Tomor row is the first day on which ad is charged EVerything tne farmer raises or uses will be on exhibition at the grounds this week Thoroughbred cattle horses and swine beautiful roduats of the fertile soil of nortli rn Iowa every known kind ot arm implement as well as wonderful Isplayfc of merchandise are now rranged for the pleasure and educa ion of the thousands of people who illvisit the fair grounds during the est of the week And then there re1 other amusements planned both or the farmer and the city people The grounds are filled with amuse ment attractions carefully selected y the executive committee with a tew to making them the cleanest and best ever shown at such a fair will be many distinctive at ractions given on the quarter stretch Between the heats ot the races and in other parts of the grounds These re all tho best talent that could be irocured by the management To morrow afternoon tJie vaudeville roupes will ba the entertainers There are five ot these all of whom are open air troupes artists Haz ardous and daring aerial work inter iperced with comedy and animal ex itbitions will bo the features Tha Jigtrain wreck where two engines come together at full speed will ba tlie grand finale of the afternoon program on Tuesday Although there nre no morning at iractions on the program crowds ol Visitors will find much to Interest on Page Continued on Page SET BROKEN LEG OF BLUODED CALF Animal Meets With Accident While Being Moved From Station North Iowa Pair Grounds t on parole at the present If this is the case he will be sent to the re formatory immediately IE not he will probably have to await the ac tion of the grand Jury on his case The revolver with which Johns at tempted to do the shooting was a 32 calibre gun with one cartridge missing It was picked up by one of the persons at the grocery when Johns was knocked down and was turned over to the police Johns was brought up this morning for a hearing Johns was held in Jail this morn ing and his case will be taken before the district Judge to ilocldo whether he shall bo Kent to Eldora as an in corrigible or a charge brought against him Eor his attempt to mur While being led behind a loca motor truck yesterday afternoon heifer calf belonging to the herd of Schumaker Mayne and Peck Company of Waterloo being taken t tho North Iowa Fair became fright oned near Huntley and Main streets and jumped forward getting a fron leg under the wheels of the truck A vetenary was called and tb broken bone was set Tho anima will be able to walk probably with in a month but is for the time bed fast so to sjieak Tho calf wa valued tat rtor Dyer yesterday afternoon for stealing Bbys auto This and will send him to Anamosa if convicted Johns has given the officers a great deal of trouble Ho has been In gun plays before Body Is Recovered Word was received by Mr an Jlrs A A Height that the body o their son Merritt drowned Thursda In the Rio Grande river had bee recovered The young man wa drowned while taking swlmmln practice with the Third U S cavalry Along with the telegram this morn ing came a letter from the youn man written the day before he diet TJie body was recovered on the Mexi can side and this may cause some de lay in bringing the body back hero for burial them during the foronoone Early to morrow morning throngs will coma from far and near to spend the en tire day and the entire week seeing all that has been planned for their entertainment Out at the barns and pens tlie livestock craem of Iowa and neighboring states wiil be shown J C Bltterman of Nora Springs su perintendent of the horses promises animals never before equaled There will be every kind of horse from the midget Shetland pony to tlie mouth draft horse In the cattle pens where A Hemming of Thornton is superin tendent the big white fnced beef Herofords will vie with the little yel low Jerseys for popularity and each In their class will contest for premiums Every black black and white and red will ba on exhibition Ham nnd pork chops in the natural state will bo at its beat tindar tho su perintendence of O T Balmat of Mason City Tho sheep will not be forgotten either These will be in charge of Charles A Felt of Port land and both wool nnd mutton breeds will bo on exhibition An especial effort for nn excellent exhibition is being made by W F Kngelke of Rockwell who has charge of the poultry Not only will the birds themselves be Judged and scor ed for markings and quality but the eggs will also enter the competition for prizes The eggs will be judged and scored for uniformity color and quality In the floral hall William thur of this city will preside over the mammouth exhibit agricult ural products These will includa champion Iowa corn selected wheat Continued on Page   

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