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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1914, Mason City, Iowa nVICEAWEEK K V R n Y SAT V 111 A X Head wlmt others any about ADS then try them yourself for B E S XT Ij T S BEPOBTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENP0J3 OF THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS NOT Unsettled weather tonight anil liny Prolmlily shnivers east and central portion cooler Fri day 1 VOL XXII MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY XOVJCMKER 12 1914 No 26 lAPTIJRE OF DIXMUDE BV THE KAISERS MEN AL TERS THE SITUA TION GERMAN SUBMARINES ARE ACTIVE AGAIN Toipeilo Gunboat Sunk Within Sifjhl of the English Coast in the Narrow Part of the Chan nel Special to The GlobeGazette London Nov wave oE THE RUSSIAN SUCCESSES IN THE EAST MUST AGAIN DIVIDE THE 1 SPACE GOVERNOR BYRNE OF SOUTH DAKOTA OFFERS PLAN TO CONFER ENCE GEIT INS PRESS ATTACK 0 TOWARD CALAIS o Fj in Face of Tremendous Losses Shows Germans Will Not Quit Until Utterly De inolished GlHISEfiGOEBEN ALLIES SHELL FIRE PKXICTUATED WATKRTjINK IX I5OMI5AKDMENT OF RKCEXTLV TUBKlSH TOHPJSDO BOAT OFF TKXHDOH London Hears Bumor of Sinking of Three German Sliips in Pacific But It Can Not Bo EXECUTIVES DUTY A3 PUBLIC WILLS Holds Governors With Their Power am Duly Suggestions is Port ok Legis lature Special to The GlobeGazette Perogvad Nov dispatch received from Constantinople says that the Turkish Cruiser Goeben was penetrated by shell at her water linej during the jbcent bombardment ol Dardanelles by tlio AngloFrench fleet The damage inflicted is de scribed as serious The Goeben is ono of two Gernian cruisers taken over by TurkexVafter the outbreak of the war Madison Nov plea tor STOCK WILL RE ACCEPTED FROM UNQUARANTINED STATES FROM NOW ON CHARLES BOARDM AND WIFE HURT IN AUTOMOBILE WRECK MISS BOAHTOIAN DAUGHTER JAMES ELDER IS WELL KNOWN HERE FATHKH HUR1UES TO HAMPTON HOSPITAL ALL STOCK MUST ItE KILLED IMMEDIATELY Capture Tuik Craft Special to The GlobeGaxetto London Nov Turkish tor pedo boat which from Dar luuGlles has been captured off Teue dos an island tjie miles west coast of ASa Minor according Special to The GlobeGazette London Nor suc Humored NixvrJ Battle optimism which has been sweeping cesses in the east which for a time England for a week is checked by were the predominant the news of the occupation of Dixmudewar news must again divide space by German forces and renewed inwith accounts of relundied dlcation the peril from Germanon the part of the Germans m West au eptorl that gOVOrnors submarines by the fate of the tor Zanders where tie forces ol Em recommendations to greater responsiveness by lesislaj to an Athens dispatch to tho ex tures to the popular will with n change Telegraph company gestion as to live part a sovri should bear in bringing this about vas made by Governor F M of South Dakota before the gover nors conference today nblisling his premise that because of his veto power and Special to The QlobeGaKctte London Nov 12 A report is current in the lobbies of the House of Commons this afternoon that three German cruisers have been right or duty to recommend desir suuk in the Facitic at a place not the governor is lwut No confirmation is ob pedo gunboat Niger which yester day morning was destroyed by a tor pedo launched Irom a submarine of the enemy This occurred within sight of the English shore In a narrow part of the channel where several hun dred ships lay at anchor The importance of the fall oC Dix mude is difficult to estimate wittumt exact knowledge of how the opposi tion forces are disposed in tills lo cality hut the town is on the direct road to Dunkirk and if the German forces can debouchfrom it the Allies probably conrpelled to efforts to block the to the coast Statement Snecial to The GlobeGazette Nov 12 The French official statement issued this afternoon says on the left wing tinues with violence and Iwa con been characterized ad vances and retirements without im peror William have disproved the contention of the Allies that their attempt to force their way to Dun kirk or Calais has finally failed With Dixmude in their possession ihe invaders today are less than fifty miles from Calais and much nearer Dunkirk The fight they have been putting up in the face of tre mendous losses seems to bear out what hag also been said that the Germans will not abandon the strug gle to reach the coast unless they are utterly crushed The English and French theory is that the hold ing of Dixmude is only knd that itshistory will foe same as that of other which have been taken and retaken in fighting on A London Petro grad correspondent of the Daily Mail sends the following It is now Admitted semioflicially but yet mentioned in the offic ial communications that It was the failure of the German Crown Prince to hold his position in the center which compelled a retreat along the portance statement declares shows no important change November 10th the whole While General von Hin front denburg of theleft and the Aus since trians of the nght were both mam taining their positions the Crown of Hesse The text of the communication fol Princes army was fleeing back to lows the fatherland It appears that six On our left wing fighting still German Princes were killed in this continues with violence aacl Has beet battle three of the Lippe lamily and conducted with alternate advances one each of the houses and retirements without importance Waldeck and Reuss Speaking broadly the battle front has not varied greatly amce the tenth of November In the evening of yest erday It extended along the line be tween LomlSaertzyde and Nleuport along the Nieuport canal to Ypres the Ypres in the region of Zonnebecke and to tho east of Armentieres There has been no change in the positions held by the British army which repulsedthe attacks of the en particularly an offensive movement undertaken by a detachTennessee Reports That She AViis in tures in the form of bills for which to vie they are willing to assume responsiBerlin Nov Turkish of ficial report troni Constantinople saystho Russians were completely defeated along the Caucasian fron bility tier in a fight of jj two days llolduiis Found Ijarge Jfuniher No further progress has been made in finding the negroes who were alleged to have held up Veuger the Great Western yards Tuesday evening According to re ports from the police department rge Dumber of Men Without Tho nmn on some Mekiis tp 0et Betlti at I passing froifeht arid Mission BuzJc llooj Sixtyfive without means to pay for beds wore given lodging at the bunk house under supervision of the City Mission at the old city hall building last week Most of the men says Rev tin who has charge work would work steadily if they could obtain places and some of thcrii have been placed Tho meals furnished these men are paid for by subscription on meal tickets furnished by the mer chants which are not good until taken to the mission mid endorsed passng faraway la tholjoliof SUiIT Received Musi Go to the Houses as Rapidly Possible Chicago Opens Sunday Bast St Louis Nov Louis national stockyards are re opened for receipt of native cattle and IIORS after having hcen closed since Saturday In compliance witn he federal Quarantine resulting from the spread of hoof and mouth disease amonpthe cattle of Illinois and other states Cattle and hops will be accepted only from states not now quarantin ed and will be slaughtered as rap idly as they can be sent to packing houses Opens Sunday Chicago Nov union stock yards the largest in tha world will reopen at midnight Sun day and until the foot and mouth disease has been eradicated in he middle west will operate under a limited quarantine Stock will ha received for slaughter within twen tyfour hours and only from those states and counties which are not under quarantine Nolle of the meat killed here will bb shipped out of the city Hope that the vards be opened to morrow was when it wad learned that hog cholera virus man ufactured hero had become infected with the geniis oC tTie ISiy Wiio Kturled This Chicago Vas Carried By Junction 1oint merits of the case and see if the wag to change for Mason rwise Need Work Yard cit at m Need Is felt however of 1 work since then lie has heou trying to rd In winch men who seek food t Vack with UlQ akl o ccmduct and lodging could he required to nvpr Ule Kortbwe3tern line Commiuiication With North Caro lina us Late us yesterday ment of the Prussian guard From the canal of La Bassee as far as and up to the River Oise there have been minor engagements I In the region of the River Aisne Special to Tiro GiobcGazottc in tiie neighborhood of Vailly we Washington Nov 12 The ar tained bur position a counmorga cruiser Tennessee in the Med ter attack and westrengthened our uerraneaii today reported she had position in the territory previously been in wireless communication with conquered by us the cruiser North Carolina yester In the region of Craonne and on day thatthe ship is safe in the the Heurtebiz farm our artillery Beirut harbor succeeded in reducing to silence the German cannon Several of their pieces were even destroyed We also made some progress in the vicinity of Berry Au Bac In the Argone in the Woevre dis trict in Lorraine and in the Vosges the respective positions show no Annihilate Austrians to Tlio Nish Servia Nov hat talions of Austrian infantry with quick firing guns which crossed the Danube near Szderevo under cover of artillery fire Nov 9 have been annihilated by a Servian coun ter attack according to official in formation issued here All tho men not killed wounded or drowned in the Danube river fell into our The Servian an nouncement continued We made prisoners and captured several quick firing Clear Ijtike Vote The third ward Clear Lake which was mis in the report nt 1 the fair tax proposition vote given last evening was 51 for and 115 against The figures were in some way omitted from the first report of the canvass given out by the sn Sheriff Makes Trip to Uurchinal to Look Further in Fire Asserted to Have Been Set by Tramps Sheriff Fitzgerald made a trip to Burchinal yesterday afternoon to further investigate the burning of the barn on the farm occupied by Henry Shimp in which littlo Walter Shimp lost his life But no addi tional information was gained on the matter and the case stands about as it did yesterday The little boys who tell the story of the tramps locking them in the barn still cling tenaciously to their story and so far various persons who have talked to them fail to shako the story except in minor details The body of the little one who lost his life was laid to rest beside his mother at Clear Lake yesterday af ternoon It is believed the grand Jury is Investigating the matter to Tony MaUero tho Kalian boy sent from Chicago hero by the juv iviug opportunity to pass on the enilo courL of Ccok ar rived this morning after seeing lan would really work The city more of owa many other bovs s many suppose is not paying for lis agp even clcier have evei seen ho provod conclusively he meals for tramps Every morning at 6 tho sleep Ulc cushions rs are routed out and the bunk and nct his Way oom sealed up and fumigated be gelle Plaine ides being thoroughly cleansed otli of NOV Ho on was the when he an Qver UiO iLJI IIIC iivjiuiinvjjiiiJi aw wood or do other work to pay n d Tuesday rtay Wednesclaj or what is furnished to them and tlntj Ulis roie or This would keep away from visited Tiew towns where he waited he mission the undeserving who lraius to brms iicie Ar vould not work if work was rerangom6Uta for sending him to El quired to food and shelter bo made Injuries to Prominent MurslitiUtoun luiwyer May Ho Fatal But Wife Is Seriously Hurt James Elder left this afternoon for Hampton to see his daughter Mrs C H E Boardman who with her husband is in the hosnital there as result oE an automobile accident near there He learned of the ac cident todav Mr Bonrdman Is n Marshalltowu attorney representing the M and St L ralroad and with his wife were motorinsr from that city to Hamil ton to look alter court work When about 3 miles south of Hampton the machine skidded and jumped the fence into an open field The car was completely wrecked and the two occupants of the car were thrown clear the wreckage Both of the injured parsons were taken to the hospital at Hampton where an examination snowed Inter nal injuries Whether the injuries will prove fatal to Mr Boardman who suffered most is unknown but he and his wife are resting easily this aftenoon Mrs Boardman was formerly Miss Blanch Elder of this city WASHINGTON WAITING TO SEE WHICH WAY CAT IS GOING TO How Accident Happened Charles II E Boardman a vary wellknown attorney was seriously and even dangerously injured and Mrs Boardmau was badly but less seriously hurt when their automobile skidded and was wrecked three miles south of Hampton about 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon Board mans injuries especially injuries at the luiiK and kidney are of a very serious character but the physicians believe that it will reciulre a day or two to determine the orohable out come Mrs Boardmans injuries while very painful are not consid ered dangerous Both of the injured are in the VERA CRUZ TRANSFER IS HELD IN ABEYANCE Some Generals Who Had Sup ported Convention Leaning Toward Carranza and Others Desert Him Special to The ulobeGanDtte Washington Nov eral Villa at the heart of a large column of troopshasbe gun marching south from Aguas Calientes to at tuck the Oarmnzu forces under General Gori znles at Quercturo Official ad vices any tlio Agnus Calientes convention ordered the move ment General Blanco who an nounced his intention of remain ing loyal to the convention startedfor Mexico City to take command of his troops bt was arrested at Siluo by Gen GOII zales American Consular Agent Catothers is with Villa mouth disease ami had been spread broadcast through shipments to State federal arms insnectors art the choleraa lias been shipued silica Oct 1 and are nlacing them under duaraiitiiie Railroads were noti fied tadnv not to accent shipments from points to which the remedy had been Tho mestin of the Milwaukee stockyards is to be taken to the bureau of animal industry at Wash ington I iv the ejlytcommls sionors A letter was sent them yas terday for an investigation Tlio railroad officials here say the yards will bo cleaned when the other work becomes lightpr but it will not bo nossiblo to m a Ire any extensive rirovenients since the company docs not iiho Masrui City as a feeding iioiut and only use their stock yards here to load MOM HACK Phoenix Nov Oldfield drove nto the far grounds bora Wednesday afternoon wuner of the G7 mile automobile race from Los Augolcs on elapsed time CJIFAV Ol1 SUUMAHINI tO WHICH SAXK JOVU 15IUTIHH CKUISKKS These are the heroic men of the North Sea which startled Great Drlt German submarine UO whlfch sank three British cruisers Sept 22 avid later sent the Hawke to the bot tom The photograph was taken aft An tfiA tAttiin cuAtu tJia daah ntxk hha ain and before the submarine sunk the In the centre of tho photornrapU is Capt Lieut Otto Weddingen com mandar tha shoo who ia now rth3 of Germany On their retun the members of tlio crew wero feted in Germany and the popuhice went as mad over them EIS Germany could libspital at Hampton where thej iivere removed from the scene of tlve wreck on what is known as Baiilc ers aveuiiR a road running Iowa Falls and Hampton Has Serious Internal Injuries The most dreaded of the Injuries sustained by Boardman are those to the lung and kidney Hemorrhage of the kidney has resulted rrom me latter injury and at tlio Hampton hospital it was said that both this hemorrhage and perhaps pneumo nia from the injury to tno IUIIK were It Is thought the left kidney was firobably ruptured and the pleura and lunp on the rifrht side were dam asrod but it will take time to de velop how seriously Boardmans right shoudler waa dislocated and there is a fracture of at least ona rib of the right side His nose was iiuurod and urobably rraccured aun he sustained a bad and deep cut on the rUht leg below the knee and numerous less serious but painiul cuts and bruises on the body Wife Not So Badly Ifuvt The most serious of Mrs Board mans injuries is the fracture of aev ornl ribs thought to be three in number Her injuries are consider ed to lie more painful than serious including a deep cut across the fore head and down over the nose very had bruises on the left shoulder and arm and numerous oaiiiful bruises and outs on her body and legs Car Skidded in Road The skidding of the car and pur hapa ae collanse of a rear wheel y the skidding were the of the accident and accord ing to information from Hampton the road at the place where the ac cident had been recently graded into a hlnh crown and waa verv smooth The car skidded on the side the road turned once and part way the second landing partly over the fence at tue roadside Mr and Mrs Boardman were eith er thrown out whe tho car sklddet and before It turned over or as i turned over They wore found ly ing between the place where the auto skidded and where it lay on the fence The automobile was a six cviinder seven passenger touring car that weighed probably mop than pounds It was almos a complete wreck Iloth Wore The accident lianpened near th Schroyer fom and it waa from thor that help was summoned Dr Wa ter Long of Hampton was calle an removed the injured couple Hamjitou Both Mr and Mrs Board man were conscious when found an in suite of tiie sorious injuries t Mr Bonnlmun ho was In the best o suirits today Mrs linnrdmnn Suffers Much Mrs Boardman was sufferini much pain at noon principally froi the fractured riba The ribs broke on the loft aide wero also fracture Washington Nov ty ruled again today in the Mexican situation General Bullo Gutierrez has taken of office as proyi at Aguas Callentea convention which Bimultaneously declared General Carranza liitheVta first chief of the army In rebellion Many generals who swora allegianco to convention are leaning to Garvanza while some of his for mer most loyal followers are prepar ing to desert him This is the tenor of official dispatches from American Consul Silliman at Mexico City arid agent at Agnail Calienties Meantime President Wilson and Secretary Bryan are awaiting fur ther word from before an nouncing the date of the evacuation of Vera Cruz Carranza is still at Cor doba may move to Vera Cruz to cele brate the departure of the Ameri can forces The convention is still session at Aguas Calienties with ru mors of fighting In the vicinity dur ing the last twentyfour hours Gen Carranza invited Gen to meet him in a personal conference Gutierrez declined Carranza sub mitted a new list of conditions under which he would retire but they were rejected Generals OBrcgon and VII lareal the latter a member of the Gutierrez cabinet did not return to the convention from tnoir visit to Carranza at Cordoba and the belief in Aguas Calientes is that they will emain loyal to Carranza The point t which the first important clash is able to come Is in the vicinity of uertnro where General Pablo Gon ales who is loyal to Is sta oiietl with several thousand troops In back The cuts on both tn forehead and back of the head wo causing the patient much unln a waa also a bad nit in one leg tha was to thedeathof the Waverly Nov Tuesday Vaverly entertained the Austin lint Cedar Valley Medical Society he doctors nearly 150 strong with heir talented and beautiful better alves captured tho town at an early hour and it was Wednesday before hey had all evacuated In the forenoon there wag a clinic it Mercy Hospital which was attend d by about 100 physlciana some of he most eminent members of the medical profession being present ind assisting In the operations The principal operations were for gall hernia goiter and tonsils and In each case the nit toua oxide wu doxygen anaesthetic was used The afternoon session wns held at Fraternity Hall vvlicro the doctors discussed shop ttnd listened to sev eral interesting and instructive pa pers by members of the society and other eminent physicians and all present said tlio mooting was ono of Lhe most interesting and profitable ever held by the socncty While the were busy at tins meeting the visiting ladies were being entertained at tho home of Mrs W A Rohlf where the play Vice wns given by members of tho club Tho in tho evening was largely attended the spacious dining room at the Guild Hall being crowd ed to Its full capacity Tho ladies at the Episcopal church had prepared an elaborate monii for tho medics to all appearances tho latter did ample Justice to tlio many good things that wore set before them we suppose we were to consult them jypuld advise us to cnt thin or iiiat and confine ouraclves to a Simula diet
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