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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1914, Mason City, Iowa                                WEEKLY Hundreds of people are dally seeking rooms in Mason City Most of tliom read want Ida because the BEST and tlie LARGEST list is always found here THE WEATHER tonight and Tuesday slightly cooler EEPOETS BY WIRE EACH BAT XF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WOELD TODAYS NEWS NOT YEfffTEBDATTa VOL XXL IOWA TUESDAY 15EPTElVtUEiy2g 1914 No FRENCH CENTER AND RIGHT OBJECT OF FRENZIED ATTACKS GERMAN SITUATION REMAINS UNCHANGED Baltic Developing Into a Race Between the Allies Turning Movement in North and Ger man Attack on Center SUMMARY OF THE DEVELOP MENTS OF PAST 48 HOURS SHOWS ACTIVITY NONDECISIVE ACTIONS FOUGHT IN ALL PARTS THINK FIRST CHIEF MAY YIELD THINK LATIN AMERICANS VILLA S REQUEST FOR RESIGNATION RECEIVED Special to The GlobeGazette Liondon Sept 28It isof ficially announced that Dtuiln the official scat of government of the German colony of Kamar um in German Equatorial Af Hen has suriendered to a British force The past fortyeight hours wit nessed many scenes of extraordinary wherever antagonists faced other in tlie great theatre of iuropos war but none of these en ounters apparently has been de isive The French official state uent said quiet prevailed in por ions ot the addingthat at cer niu points fierce German attacks ad been repulsed Along the great western battle the struggle stiil continues with Determined attacks being made on ach flank From the east come reports vtions irom almost every section of lie Russian frontier Germany is to jngwar Tills is tlieassertibnTmaae a dispatch from Berlin ass od through the hands B wliicli of the Statement From All Sources Show Fighting of Grave Char acter is in Progress But is Without Definite Result Hope That Further Bloodshed Because of Clash Between tin Mexican Chiefs May be Avert ed Special to The GlobeGazette Bordeaux Sept patches from the front say tJie Prussian guard has been cut to pieces diulng ihe righting of tho last three days The stiength of sonio companies has been re duced from 250 to 100 men Vir tually nil the original officers of the guard have been killed or wounded Tiro batallious have been General Suicides Special to The GlobeGazette London Sept 28 A Bordeaux dispatch to the Central News says a report Iwis reached there that the German commander at Meuluausen in Alsace has committed suicided in despair because of the fact he was unable to pass the Vosges river He previously had telegraphed the Ger man general staff to come and see the difficulties for itselfl Special to The GlobeGazette Mexico City Sept 28 A tele gram from Gen Villa requesting Gen Carranza to resign as supreme chief of the Constitutionalists in favor of Fernando Colderon reaohec Gen Carranza last night It was signed by Villa and several his chiefs press here is making no comment on the situation probably because of instructions of tlie admin istration Expert Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Sept Gen Carranze will withdraw furthe bloodshed he avoided Is tiie pre vailing belief in the LatinAmerican colony today regarding the Mexican situation Officials awaited with in terest the outcome oE conference between representatives of Villa an Carranza BHEEFIISLT MEIf FIGHT NEARBY FARM Special to The GlobeGazette Sheffield Sept 28 At about British censor at tjondon Tfie war noon Sunday the barn on the farm costing Germany it is stated owned by Mr Melburg about one a day The war loan lias rovon a success and with various sources from which government derive war revenue it will be ossible for Germany it is stated to continue the struggle for a year the money sight Again today the report that Rus ians have crossed tlie Carpathian ringo entered Hungary capturing Ksok is repeated Occasional fight ig continues in Belgium Amstor aiii reports a sharp encounter lie ivcen Germans and Belgians four ules east of Antwerp and other lashes sixteen miles from Ghent ow they resulted is unknown hero has been a distinct falling off war news enmnating from the andonehalf miles west town was on fire Mr Melburg and family were at church but neighbors dis covered the fire and summoned help from town A large number men went out in autos but the barn could not be saved Four large stacks of oats were consumed mak ing the loss quite serious By hard work a buggy shed granary and same other small build ings were saved No More Fighting Naco Sonora Mexica Sept General Hills scouts reported toda Governor Maytorenas main tore was still near the scene of Friday battle A retachment of 300 me has been sent south however prpb ably on a reconnaisahce to discove of General Iturbid Sinaioa the commander who ia re ported to be enroute with o troops to relieve Hill More Refugees Special to The GloboGazette New York Sept Ancho Liner Columbia reached port toda from Glasgow with 886 passengers among them many American refugee from Europe The steamer Kris tianiafjoid arrived today from Ber gen with 1136 passengers ROBERT MCULLOCH DEAD Special to The GlobeGazette St Louis Sept Rob ert McCullbch president and general manager the United Railways of of the belUjfvents or which I St Louis and former president mst pass through tnese capitals in lie Chicago city railway died today jaching tlie United States English onsorsliip has become much more avore At the present moment ab ance of dcdtailed reports from the attlo line seem to indicate mo men ous events transpiring after a brlaf illness Paris Mail Envoys Ask Report to The GlobeGazette London Sept The orrespondent of the Daily iys the American and Spanish em assies have requested details of the omb throwing from an aeroplane ist night A message dropped by ie aviator read Greetings from a erman aeroplane signed Vondec pedal to The GlobeGazette Seattle Sept steamship Jordova reports b ywireless she has picked up off Agattu Island filty eight officers and men of the wreck ed revenue cutter which truck on a reef September 20 Battle Now a Race to The GlobeGazette London Sept rom Bordeaux under date pf Sun lay a Times correspondent says The rival armies aro now close to ach other and but a few hundred ards separated the trenches yester ay Everywhere the German fary unavailing and close of the day aund the Allies left reaching up till further north The battle has be ome to some extent a race between iis movement on the left and the nemys offensive against the center md Blow Up Viaduct to Tho GlobeGazette London Sept dispatch to exchange Telegram company rom Blankenburghe Belgium under luiulays date says the Belgians have lown up viaduct at Bierghes thus utting tho railway communication etweon Mohs and Brussels Repulse All Attacks rofial to Tho ilobeGazetto Paris Sept following of ciiil communication was given oul this afternoon There ia new to report In the genera ituation Relative calm prevails a portion of the front Never theless at certain points notably be the River Aisne and the Irgonne districts the enemy hag de livered further violent attacks which however have been ANCIENT RHEIMS CATHEDRAL DESTROYED BY i THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND OFFICIAL TROOPS ARE ASSEMBLED AT AUSTRIAN BASE AUSTRIAN DDEFENDERS DRIVEN BACK BY SLAVS One Russian Newspaper Yester day Carried Account of tho Destruction of Hungarian Cavaliy Division REPORTS FROM GRAND DUKE SHOW HARD FIGHTING One of the great historic land marks of the world was destroyed by the German army when it burned the cathedral of Notro Dame at Rheims last week The French newspapers denounce tlie asta B wil ful while the Germans insist the destruction was merely incident to Begun in 1212 on the site ot an earlier church which had been built by Robert de Courcey the construc tion of the cathedral was continued at intervals down to the fifteenth century The west front begun about 1241 was pronounced tho most beautiful structure produced anywhere In the middle ages par ticularly because of its deeply ro Speclal to The GlobeGazette JAPANESE TROOPS ARE CLOSBNG ON TSING TAU German and Japanese Reports Apparently of Same Engage ment Are Not Radically Dif ferent Special to The Peking Sept 28 Tlie Japanese A Rome dispatch snys iegation announces that Japanese troops have been assembled at Polo ivoops fighting Saturday and cessed triple portal and a magnifi cent rose window forty feet In di ameter This window it is said was torn away by a German shell All tho kings of France from Philip II down to Charlos X were crowned in the cathedral of Hliloma and It was before the groat altar there that Jeanne dArc stood ban ner In hand after tho victorious ca reer to witness the coronation of Churles VII which marked the ful filment of her vision And it was in front of that altar that she knelt before him and begged the gentle king to alloyr her to return to her Car in South Bound Stock Extra umps Rails and elrails Others Near Clutter Yesteiday Three cars of chickens and the way ar a south bound Northwestern ock extra derailed a short distance orth Clutier about oclock esterday afternoon when ono the ars jumped the rails and carried the PICK UP CUTTERS CREW RR 4 v BT mrnfHTdi HAY BE DtruHItu Man Woman FiveYearOld Boy and Month Old Babe Held by Or der of the Federal Authorities Six Indictments Made Public by Clerk of Court After Filing of Report Tills Afternoon Two Kalians Mike Vergara and Perill Marcurala who were living to ether but evidence showed unmar ried were arrested Saturday after noon on McNider street by order of Immigration Inspector L S Wllit field The two foreigners came from Toronto Canada some months ago where the woman deserted her hus band and two children to live with Vergara They passed as man and wife when they entered the United States which is cause for deporta tion The grand jury made its report to the court immediately after noon to day No bills were returned in five cases and indictments made public in six cases where the defendants were now in custody What other cases were considered and indictments re turned has not yet been given out The grand jury indicted John Ross bound over for soliciting Harvey Os borne for the same offense Elsie Os borne for running a house of illfame Stevce Kenich for assault with Intent to kill Paul Zerbett for Bootleg ling and alias Joe Savage for boot legging No bills were returned in the cases of John Ross for bootlegging Min nie Jolce for prostitution Nick Gearzeolopia for bootlegging C C Birney for bootlegging and Theo dore Ifoerber for booTlegging The court Immediately after the report bsgan the consideration of the ease of State of Iowa vs Steve Ken Ich is who stabbed another foreigner in the back of the neck with a knife In a as in the car when it went off waa iriously hurt and taken to a Cedar lapids hospital Conductor Miles yler was injured but was cared for t his homo at Belle Plaine Two rovers who wero accompanying cars if stock were but slightly injured members of the train crew wera rom Belle Plaine The wrecker from Belle Plaine cleared up the wreck in so but one train was delayed nd that but slightly MBTHER AND FBUH Father Escaped But Had To Bo He strained From Beontcring Burning Homo to Save Them quarrel on weeks ago afternoon Powder street a few A jury was selected this Special to The GlohoGazetto Champaign Sept Joseph Stono and her four children lost their lives In a fire which de stroyed their home today After es caping Stone attempted to plunge back into flamos in an effort to save his wife and children but was re BtTOinsd The position Mrs Stones body Indicated sue lost her life trying to save tho little ones whose ages ranged from two to plx years DECORATE CITY IN HONOR OF VETERANS The Commercial Club re quests all merchants oj tho city and citizens generally to decor Wo no far is possible their places of business nnd homes in honor of the old soldiers who gather here for their reunion Tills Is tho first time Mason has entertained any Grand Army reunion since tho encamp ment two years ago this sum mer and It is felt that every one should do somefhna to indicate to tho veterans that tholv visit Is appreciated tho great mwul port of Austria and thatpreparation is made against at tack from tlie sea The hour for the battle which will determine whether tho Russians will make theiipropos ed invasion of Germany with Berlin us tlie final objective appears to be drawing near Official and unofficial advices indicate the struggle in Rus sian Poland is rivaling in desperation and also possibly iii numbers engaged tho battles of tho Mariie and the Aisue The main body of Russians is moving toward the Posen frontier On its right another aimy is supposed be attempting to protect u larger body by stemming the rush south ward of the German forces that drove tlie BussUm invaders irom east Prus sia and now seeks to halt the west ward movement Simultaneously the Russian army in Galicia is pushing its successes against the Austilans and moving westward with tho expectation ot meeting the combined Austrian anti German forces concentrating at Cra cow on tile Galician frontier in a battle that if successful will complete their campaign in Galicia Tie Germans are reported in strong force 011 the line from to Graco where they aro said to bo well entrenched Thereis every rea son to believe tho real tost of the Russian aggrssivo strength will not bo long delayed ther three wtib it Prank Rucker a brakemau who Just was what it cost Lau rence B Smith an Austrian black smith at the Lehlgh this morning for an auto ride into town Smith insist ed he waa going to ride back with the lauipbells throat and missed his an knife wielder who cut Davis last night and he finally got tiiorlue O E Davis Sustains Stabs Frum iv Knife in Hands of a Foreigner Whoso Quarrel Ho Stopped When he tried to stop a fight be tween two Italians in one of the oot tages at the Lehigh cement plant about ii oclock last evening 0 32 Davis received two cuts from a knife in the hands of one the foreign ers Davis was cut in the right arm and shoulder to the depth of about three inches The injured man was takon to tlie Park hospital where his wounds wore dressed and officers went to the cottage to search for the man with the knife Some of the wit nesses to the affair said the maua name was Krauesa but no one seem ed to know where he wont after the trouble Davis said he thought he could Identify the man if he could see him He was partially intoxicat ed when taken taken to tho hospital and some of the men at the cottages alleged the foreigner who did the cutting Was also intoxicated Sunday occupied a position within seven and a miles of Tslng Tau seat of government of Kiao Chow the German leased possession la Chi a A German report undated but evi dently having to do with the same engagement says the Germans re tired only from their outpost posi tions falling back on the first Una defenses of tho city An earlier dis patch from Toklo said tho Japanese had a successful with Germans 011 the outskirts of Tsingr Tau HUNGARIAN HOUSIO DESTROYED Special to Tliea GlobeGazotte London Sept dispatch to the Telegraph from Potrograd says On Sunday a spirited account of the destruction oil the Hungary Guard cavalry division in tho battle of Gvo dak appeared in the Russko RETREAT UUSS CLAIMS Special to Tlie GlobeGiizcttc Ietrograd Sept follow ing official communication was re ceived from the staff of Grand Duke Nicholas commandor in chief oC tho Russian forces in the field today An engagement near Sopotskin on Niemau Iliver in Russian Poland Druseniki came to an iitl with the retreat of the Germans The enemy has approached Ossowotz from the north and begun a bombardment of tile fortress In Galicia we have occupied Dem bica on railorad sixty five miles east Of Cracow butween Rzesxow and Tar ow A numerous column of tho cnc ny is retreatiug from Prezemysl in lie direction of Sanok thirtyeight Commander in Chief Palmer and Others of to Talk to Chil dren Tomorrow School children of Mason will have an opportunity to short addresses by and City hear Com a 0 t Viiui uoaca uj aiiu A Chief D J Palmer de around behind one of the cottages partment commander B c Ward general Goo Newman of the grand army and Mrs Lillian JI Carey patriotic instructor of the Ladles of live G A R They will visit tho Mason City schools tomorrow on a schedule to bo arranged by Principal Hammitt OE the high school and Supt Palmor of the grades The party will visit tho schools at the following hours High school Lincoln school the officers received by way an swer were vie oaths They put him n the auto for investigation When Sheriff Fitzgerald and Campbell arrived at the auto they de cided the men were not implicated in tho trouble and invited them to got out of the auto The companion waa reluctant but with some assistance liu was removed Smith howover re fuaod to get out He said ho wna go ing to rldo to town The then took him a little way down the road and away from the crowd and force was used to remove him Onoo out Bmlth made a grab tor Campbells throat and missed his mark Still using vile languaga fit every breath he made a second nt terapt and this time he and Campbell rolled In the road This morning Smith told the mayor lie was horribly beaten by the officers and had his loft eye swelled shut toattoat to his statements but aUor the other side o the story was told the mayor decided and costa would glvo tho blacksmith a little more for Garfield Grant Jackson Washington McKinley JUDGES CONDITION IS UNCHANGED TODAY Thoro has been no great change In tho condition oC Judgo J J Clark who underwent an operation following a severe Illness at his Clear Lake cottago last week dur ing the last two days It IB expect ed however that tomorrow ft work ed gala b 28 The French embassy today received the following from the foreign office at Bordeaux The Austrians to the south of Przemysl continue to retreat toward the west In Bast Prussia at tempt of the GermanB to assume the offensive to the east oE Suwulki and south of Grajewo was WEST RUSSIAN BATTLE Special to The GlobeGazette London Sept from Petrograd a correspondent of tho Chronicle says It appeared last night as if tlio battle in weat Russia for which vast German preparations have been made had at last begun Now it is already ended the mans in retreat and shelling tha works of Oasowetz as they miles Boutli west of Jaroslau In tlielf flight they abandoned their artillery and automobile transports At Coloujok wo defeated a de tachment of the enemy and captured his artillery many prisoners and con tinulng tha pursuit we entered Hun Crown Princess Cecilia of GOT many formerly Princess of burg Bcbwerin la kept In a Btate of continuous anxiety by tUe persistent ropprtB pjt the wounding her husband the Crown Frlnoo   

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