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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 6, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                GlobeGillette Telephones jFor Editorial Rooms Call 23 For Business office call 89 REPORTS WIRE EACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WORLDTODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS Unsettled toniglit and 1Yi day witli snow Friday and west portion tonight rising temperature iVOL f MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY C 1916 NO 65 5 THE TEUTON LINE PIERCED AT 7 CZERNOWITZ LOSSES HAVE 3EENGREAT THE CLAIM Kilgarian Parliament Votes Enthusiastically War Credit of One Hundred Million Dollars Which Signifies k Their Best Guess fiecial 1o The GlobeGazette The labor congress in London Stliat is to decide upon tho po op of British labor regard is compulsion defeated by an renvlielining vote tho pronosi that should sup Uncle Sum Investigates tho Arrival of an Itnliim Liner Arrived FourInch Guns Special to The GlobeGazette New York Jan 6 The Italian liner Gleuseppe Verdi arrived here from Geno Naples and Palmero car rying two fourinch naval guns j mounted in the stern Passengers said they understood the Italian gov ernment had been responsible for the mounting these guns which were intended to repel any submarine that might have attacked the steamship in the Mediterranean Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Jan state de partment probably will take up with lie Italian government the question guns mounted on the liner Gieu seppe Verdi with a view of having the pieces dismounted belore the ship leaves American waters The guns on the Verdi promise to bring up again the point which ha been disputed since the war begun At the outset ot hostilities the Unltet States took the position that ship entering American ports with gun of not more than six inches calibre mounted aft for purposes of defense would not be considered armed bu reserved the right to change its po tion in light of changing condition The state department later had Info negotiations with Great Brltai and France asked that any gun vhatever be removed from big pa senger liners coming into American lorts and they complied MASON CITY CONTRACTOR PUTS IN FIGURE MANY THOUSANDS OF DOL LARS BELOW OTHERS IIS OFFER IS LUMP SUM OF FOR WHOLE stood eeiai fo GlobeGazette Lonaou Jan 6 A war credit of was enthusiastically ap by the Bulgarian parliament ys a alspatch to the Times from loniki All sections of the oppo Uon voted with the government ie Times learns from Petrograc at the Russians have pierced the emys in the immediate ASKS CONDITION OF BANKS AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31 THEN GOES FEW STEPS FARTHER FOR KNOWLEDGE Council Adjourned Until 2 Oclock to Permit Emjlnecss to Check Over AU Items of the Proposal Tho city council this afternoon awarded the sewage Disposal contract to William Henklo and H F Brown of Mason Olty for Other bids were as follows Intermoiuitaln Pipe Construc tion Lawrence McCnun Company Win Slenis HelmUH Shaffiier OOO alls for Loans Made lor Mor Than Six Percent an Whether Officers or Direct ors Are Directors in OUie Banks and a Lot of Things ng Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Jtin the Currency issued a call to all national banks requiring them to re port to him thir condition at the ECOND REGIMENT OFFI CERS GATHER AT AR MORY AT MASON CITY THIS MORNING COL NORMAN P HYATT CHARGE OF SCHOOL Informal Reception for Incom ing Visitors Last Evening and Theatre Party Tonight With practically all the officers the regiment present the school instruction for commissioned offic ers of line field and staff of the Sec ond Infantry Iowa National Guard Ambassador Canfielcl at Vienna Asks ior Information of Sinking of Persia and Consul Garrets at AIcxaiuM Finds No Additional Evidence Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Jan Peufleld cabled that he had present ed informally to the Vienna foreign office the American governments request for any information on the destruction of the British liner Per sia At the time of filing his dis atch he had received no reply Saw No Submarine Special to The Washington Jan Consul Garrets at Alexandria report ed that the affidavits he had gather Inspector Instructor Scuds Out Schedule Showing In What Sub jects Men Must Show Proficiency Following tho precedent of last emys positions in tuts year Capt Edgar Rldenour Inspec oimtv of Czerndwitzv compelling tor instructor of the Iowa National 5eir opponents to fall hack to their Guard has issued a circular to com ijonaary line and to definitely aspany commanders outl ning the fine a defensive The dispatches work to bo done at inspection which tht enemies losses have been at Mason City this year will be Feb iormous In these engagements and 2fi for Co A and Teb for U In the neighborhood of CzartorD where the Russian opponents i The captains circular I pressed back westward for sev The Federal inspection y Kvill follow as closely as possible Hie schedule of drill and instruction Wtlh a proposal many thousanc of dollars lower than Ms neares Henkel the 1 ial hriugo was theylpTV ot sewerage disposal plant when hii were opened by city clerk Mc Ewen at the council meeting at 10 oclock this morning Five bids were received ranging from the highbid of down to Henkels low bid of Check Over JJida A large number of contractors sub close of business Friday December 31 last In todays call the comptroller goes further than at any previous time to learn if the money being loaned by the national banks is in violation o state usury lawsHe asks for a lis of loans by all banks during 1915 upon which the interest was charged or collected either in the shape interest discount or commission at rates which would amount to more than the equivalent of six per cent per Banks nre says the this statement with national bunk examiners will be in sewerage disposal plant when hi atructod to verify the reports submit were opened by city clerk Me by S0mo banks and if diserepan TPnrnn tli A pnimril nfr 10 nri opened in the club rooms at the ar mory this morning Col Norman P Hyatt commanding the regiment i in charge of school today and Capt Edgar Rfdenour Inspectorinstructo of the Iowa National Guard detailec from the regular army will be her tomorrow Today the subjects are matters o drill organization government dis cipllne etc in charge of Col IIyal and tomorrow more wor will be done Many of the guard officers arrive last night including Col Hyatt Ma jor Lund Major PhlUpott and Mnjor Bradbury The tcs niakp cies should be discovered the exam iners will be given instructions ac The call also asks banks to state whether it is their custom to require borrowers to carry deposits when loang are granted how mud they are loaning to nondepositors and how much loaned is not secured A large nuniUer UL iLiivi muvi contractors material men and others by collateral The call asks for com Interested crowded the city hallplots information as to connections ed from the Persias survivors gav no more proofs that a submarine hat torpedoed the Jiner or regarding it nationality than contained in his firs dispatches So far the only actua statement tending to prove that th ship was torpedoed came from on of thB officers of the He sai he saw what he thought was th wake of a torpedo No Biibmarln WCIB seen at the time The abseuc of further definite advices is holdin the situation so far as any action b the United States is concerned at standstill SECRETARY OF WAR WOULD INCREASE STATE GUARDS TO MEN WTLINES HIS PLANS TO THE CONGRESSMEN Expresses Himself As Beincj in Favor of Greatly Increasing Appropriations For Stale Sol diery Ing1 was Lieut Pres ton WaterburjvoE Sioux City who Is at the Iowa Industrial Second Henriiie of Ohavces School at Eldora Informal Reception Last evening open house was kept1 Illegal Transporter of liifjuor BcKiiu This Afternoon Second trial of the case of the against Stove Pnntna before jjast evening upeu uunae WUB stlte against Stove Jantza ueior at the Armory for the incoming ofJustlce stanbery and a jury wa ficors and an informal reception and boin at talk it over party held Today of case waa Iagt wceht aud r course Is being devoted to work but jn a disagreement Nlc intereste crowe e cy ps when the bidVwere opsned Altert ofttoors and directors of any bunk cooks of Compa in other banks or trust companies vil be enterta necl course Is being devoted to work puueti 111 u tonight the visitors will bo given a is also held in tho sample of the culinary f llirl bral miles lieus Boinbnvded peelal to The GlobeGazette Berlin Jan handgre lurnishecl you by the Division of Militia Affairs through the adjutant general state or Iowa and forward to you about three weeks ago they wore opened they wer turned over to Frederic Bass of Minneapo lis designer of the plant and the citys consulting engineer In tho dis posal plant matter and City Engin eer F P Wilson for thorough check ing over to make sure there had been no omissions or ovrslghta and that the bids were in couform iince with plans and specifications their salaries liabilities as payers or endorsers guarantees of their paper and the amount of the overdraws against them i5ernn jau to yuu nuuui ade attacks ngUinst the German line It divides the two hour drill period ortheast of Lemesnil were easily into instruction periods of fifteen op tilted the German army headriuarminutes each covering a different pra announced The allied artillery subject It is evident that proper as been uninterruptedly shelling the and perfect training of your Ueuten nportant town of Lons northeast of auts ana 11011 commissioned officers rras where some damage bus bean viu necessary this schedule is one bv the bombardment during the period of ar T I A rtTY 1T1 OBSERVE MXOOMT DAY coin Day Unless Interiiiitiomil Sit 3pecial to The GlobeGazette niory instruction A system of In struction for the noncommissioned officers of the i company covering your regimental commanders on 1915 If this no doubt your leaders will per able assistants Adjourn Session The council then adjourned until oclock when the engineers were to report The bidders besides Hen kel were The Intermountain Bridge and Construction Co of Te cumseh Neb which ia building tho North Main street sewer the Lawr anccMcCanu Co of Bvelath Helmus Schaffer of Minneapolis and William Danforth of St Paul INAUGURATES GOVEItNOR Boston Jan Samuel W Railway Claims Asaessiuent Its Piope for West First Street Pnvinsc Is Exorbitant hemses a 1 Formation oE the at the statehouse Many prom eeial to The GlobeGazette 150174 infantry drill regulaiinent republicans from different Washington Jan 0 President Pai 15 J inianc y is country wiu be ln evl Wilsonwill go to Springfield cctlon of the dence to celebrate the return of t cele infantry drill i to republican leader ullnary skill of oaKC nies A and n ana in question 4 at a theatre party i wiiiskoy was aelzet P ntlMn IIC f t IIGT a Tn at the Bijou by Captain He truer Giving Their Time The two score and more of officers are here today and tomorrow are giving their time and more too to the gunrtl In attending this school as Chief Gorman and Mason Christmas eve Inspectoi KAIBK WAGKS Special to The GlobeGizette New York Jan their per diem allowance from tha state will not n moat instances States Steel corporation announce their rrilroad fare hotel bills etc an innraaso today in wages ot vn ThiB school is an example oi all its unskilled workmen of service the National Guard is ren dering state and nation now and has for years without money and with out price merely because of patri otism and love of the work aboiit 10 per cent WANTS IATTLE ORATORY President Hopes Senate Wi1 Much Till Government Has tilnted Its Persia Policy Appeal ot the Chicago and North western railway from the assess ment levied against its property by Speclal to The GlobeGazette the city for the paving of West Washingetou Jan preai A r A ficctl Corn Agent Will Hnve Rab bit CiiiKht by the End of Week tut njji tiiw VJL rt TT la 1lGSCllt First street was filed yesterday in during a conference witw district court The petition fills Chairman Stone of the taenate IorVictor Felter the seed corn agent fourteen typewritten pages and aleign Relations committee exinesaea the Cerra Qortio Seed Corn as leges that the assessment was inthe hope that until tha EovernmentlOBCiatlou is cioaing up his work In 12 to attend the annual cele ration of Llncolns birthday anniver ary unless the international sihia IOQ If he goea he will eliver an address 3 VFDOW GOES Nomenclature and care of tho Page 2529 noncommission ed officers ed officers and privates Par 057 Moss military training 4 Company 765 shlp leges tnat cue assessment waa inuie uoye LHIV equitable exorbitant and illegal as had formulated its policy on tho railway property should not he Persia crisis that there would oe as subject to special assessment on the little discussion as possible In tno ed by semaphore By three noncommissioned offi cers and one private from each sctuad conventional flag signals be 1 l A flurJ fmtt same basis as business and dence troperty The railway objections were over ruled by the council on Dec 20 aud TO MARRY JUDGE I D R Itween firing line ieaemw and com i 5 Close company nlanuer in Vear by flags hats leg under Roosevelt regulations Entire copany by one officer or JJJ AVUWlJVfWUJwt JiilH t t U Mrs nrlatt who is young and tho 1st 17G to 199 ttraotive met Judge Williams last infantry drill regulations unimer while on a visit to the fa The company by the captain coast They had known each the lieutenant platoon sBilphher for years and her first huspar 199 to to Par 152 i rt nt fir fnn fir All COTH r nictJlUcl ill i cai vjt of glng or 72 military training 8 First aid and improvised llt Par 566 to Par 578 Par 580581 610Q12 and Pages 226237 Noncommissioned Man ual Par 183 to 187 and Par 209 to 7 Outlines of first aid hospital notice appeal thei given Other Suite Charles Zemkew Is suing Mr and Mrs Louis Walters on a note of and tho The Woodruff County National Dank of El Paso sues A D Drnry of S waled ale on a note of 225 IEATH OP CHARLES Speclalto The GloheGazetto WANT TACT APPOINTED President is to Appoint Tdft to Supremo lioiieh as Tutt Ap pointed a IXmiocrat to tho Placo campaign for good seed corn thib week Tomorrow he will be at Dougherty for the last time and Saturday at Rockwell Monday he will hold his last meeting at Clear Lake and Tuesday will see the final ial needed for military purpose should be immediately mobilizec Every nerve should bo strained an every resource drawn upon Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Jan Garrison laid before the Houso milt ary affairs committee his formal ar iiment in behalf of the adnunlstra ious army plan which is designed to ive the country a definite military ollcy It proposes the creation of n force of than n men iii six years accumula tion of a huge reserve oj unimunl lon and equipment and an elaborat ed extension of the coast rtefenaeH the whole project Involving an in creased expense of six hundred mll lon dollars and an annual war de partment budget thereafter of han two hundred million dollars compared wtlh average of one clred millioii tor last few years Integrity of the Nation The integrity of tho nation and its very said the secretary reading from a lengthy document h6 had prepared Way depend wlirU is done In tiiiK matter at tliisd time This great opportunity will t be lost unless a wisr senniblo and practical policy is ilu roauH of tlw consideration and action of tliiu protort Other Kcpublics Refcrriiiff to tho gprciul mili tary responsibilities of tho nation into insular pnsaesslons and in China Alaska and Uie Pana ma Canal zony Garrison added Wo huve dotorminod announcnd that the sovereignty of Vie other re publics on this sliull re main inviolaba ami must theretoro at all times sUml to niaka our proposition in this connco Must Meet There is a disposition on tho part of some Garrison continued to assume that we are facing is The only way to meet aa emer gency is by adopting emergency measures The personnel and mato the tests made by Mr Felter nothing overlooked necessary to pre1 serve and defend us regardless of cost and of other considerations There is a common agreement among intelligently that we should have a theBO are to be placed in the hands of all the commissioners of town I force in the of continental fired United men Iqubirct to call Our immediate prob ships and tho teachers of the Eeerna to he how shall JOIIB rural districts and the bankers rerjuiromcnts Tho ad Special to The GlobeGazette and merchants of the various town Jutant roaches tho conclu Washlngton Jan presiIE PS wnl that he cannot expect under the dent is being urged to appoint Tatt to una discovered 0000 bushel of seed torecruit more the Supreme Court In the place made corn available and tests are m flffv mcn vear for vncant by the death ofLamar The 217 corps i 9 Bayonet Fencing combat Two platoons under either closerricncTof tho drih AU comfan officer or sergeant liilipiiino iudge With a party of mands by J2to 44 10 Bugle calls i the couple toured the eclalto The i president said ha would make a thor Ventura Jan Ziesmer l h canvass appointing auy a young man twentyfive years old fm tl yacancy a butcher of this city passed away at the Park hospital Wednesday after cees of as any more bushels and cees o as ay or T ho Is sure that there is enough seed the array It Musicians incis oy rlendi the couple toured the expo A platoon by two or more serlpar 41 and Page infantry itiona and their engagement waa 199 to Par drill regulations nnouoced The Judge was unable 133 to Par 152 and Par 222 11 Position and Dlnimg drills i nf nrt AH nAmirmntlfl hv a sicitwo nlatoons by ar A Jo IlIlOUuLoU 1 110 JUUfjD fa tU i o get another leave of absence try D RR AU commands by a elg rom his duties fio tho widow 42 to 14 Ided to make the trip to Manila Squads by corporals Par 123 to e o ma Mrs Marlatt IB tho daughter of 152 infantry drill regulations honias Sanderson a retired far commands by signals Par 42 er who lived aJ Poynette 44 md later moved to St Louis 9he 7 All to a later raovea 10 LJUUIS i Signalling by musicians gen a 40 years old and has no children oral service code by 303 husband died1 aoma throe military training I For privates or noncommSsslon itwo platoons by Moss military training 12 Use of tho gallery Actual firing in all positions 13 Use of sand Hag coverlnK detachments seleo tlon and preparation of defensive position map reading indirect fire estimatingdistance visibility of ter rain noon at oclock He leaves a wife and one child also a father and mother and four brothers and two sisters who live two northwest of the village He has troubld with very severe headaches in the recent past find a few days ago took some headache tablets which seemed to aggravate hJs case His Clear Luke physician finally recommended that he be taken to the hospital for diag nosis and perhaps an operation and he passed away aa above stated Tho funeral will probably be held at the Lutheran church with Rev Koch oon I ducting the services but the time is not yot fixed CAN ON IN STOUX CITY ARninst Gaining De vices ti Bo Enforced Would Aid lots t mers plant The meeting on Saturday will he at tho assembly room of the I court house and It is expected that Turning to the National Guard there will ho a largo attendance I Garrison suld At tho present time Mr Felter has been here for four I this force consists of approximately weeks and will go from this county inon and officers nnd it weeks and will go from this county inon and officers nnd it Sioux City Jan to another county Jor the aame Iwould thcrofovu bo necessary if it ia forbidding gsme devices will bo work but it has not as yet been aa1 to bo expanded to four hmuirad strictly annlled to cigar and drug nlcned him thousand mon to add mou strictly applied to cigar and drug storfls and pool halls Councilman pi neon anting chlf of police asserted innued an order to overy signed him I thousand mon to add mou Some Corn Ift and officers There Is some marketable corn in I i then a Inrss addl this section contrary to the genorilon to the fwlera aid extended tc lannea tin uiuwr tu overy tnis section contrary to Lut to uie JIHJ Rxitjjjuua LL patrolman In the city to enforce al belief One local grain commlsj the National Guard so that tho ays theae regulations rigidly Dice games gion house reports that it torn nay be operated to its maximum r A Al A nctn n tl A rl A t n Vi ft A va f A V a f n f Vi a tan eae reu e Bon ou paddle deviceo and punch boards shipped out a hundred cars from specially named as falling points within a lew weeks der the bno jimst capacity and be available to the fed eral purposes specified in its mo efSectivo   

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