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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 11, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                Rooms Cull 28 i Weaklf rani yotBusiness office call 32 IK WEEHLY REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE VS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS Unsettled tonight and ilay with uunv Iucsilny much colder tonlfjlit coicl wave east and central portion CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 11 1810 NO 70 5 W3 4 VIS i in LJ i fPENSIVE MOVEMENT INAUGTJ RATED IN FRANCE PROVES SUCCESSFUL TO TEUTONS LtlKS HAVE TO BEAT IT FROM GAIjLlPOIj BASK Jfninny Hems Tiint British Army Is SuiiouiHlcd in Mesopotamia by further Action In Cases of Panteit Jvlckolopolous for ICow Days Because James H Williams at torney for the defendants must spend a part of this week at Bur lington at the Central association meeting County Attorney Hill has consented to let baseball take pre cedence over affairs of state and continue the liquor case In which Steve Pantza and Nick Nickalopo lous are involved for a few days Nicks case was set for this morn Ing and further hearing of Pantza on a new charge of transporting improperly labeled whiskey that has been filed against him was to been this week US Itel to Ilcckofeiler Brouk itt Ietlyaidi and Ilobbins OLno Tiyks and That u IHHisU for 51 Hours tie Ship Is Sunk New York Jan of the I eleven former directors of the New York New Haven and Hartford to The railroad charged by the govern ietlin Jan movement witu criminal violation of litlias been inaugurated by the Sherman antitrust law were man forces in Champagne The Jountl not Euilty late yesterday by quncemeut is made by the war Jury that for nearly three that the French positions llas beu trying the case diug over several hundred yards Uie disagreed on the five oth ers Those acquitted were D Newton Barney Farmington Conn PKOTO OF NEW KMPEHOIt This Yuan China at th apoint northwest of Mussises has captured bv theGermans The conquered positions aie near i seven officers and five machine us one lal3e and small ne throwers The French counter ack made to the east of the posi ns taken by the Germans failed e Germanair craft division attack the rear guard establishments ofj 3Allies at Purness On the eas i front an advance attempted by bug Russian detachments at Beles ifihy was repulsed A Hoaton Robertson Conn Frederick l K Haven Brewster New McHarg Stamford Sivy British lecial to The GlobeGazette Berlin Jan Hritsh ar v at Kuteiamara in Mon Jury IMsajreef1 On Those on whom the jury disa greed were William Rockefeller New York Charles Conn Charles M Pratt Brooklyn Lewis Cass Ledyard New York Edward D Robbins New Haven R L Batts chief counsel for the C Brooker Ansonia is the latest photograph of pod in China where 1m met Yuan Kal now emperor of ShihKai Ho was received with much He gave it with his signa right to Senator Wil Delaware The senator the world and he stop LAXBIXO AXI OOUXT VOX BERXS TORFF HAVE ANOTHEU CON FERKNOE TODAY IUT AOKKE TITAT IT IS TO Assistant Attorney Goneial Uobhins Goes There ti for Teat Sale to IltRin nmto Actions to Got Uulinn oil Prohibitory Measure Is by Des Moines Jan A Rob bins assistant attorney general left Des Moines last evening at oclock for Keokuk where he will be on hand this morning to conduct the prosecution for the state of a saloouist who will open pjace Of business to sell a drink as the basis for a teat of the mulct i law repeal AmbnsMKlor Expects to Confer With At Davenport a week ago s test the repeal law was begun by the Ionising Inside of Week and wets Apparently the saloonists of Then Not Again 011 operate for the Suuject down the same law The attorneys for the Keokuk wets had informed the state depart Oll t w ment of justice that they want one to The GlobeGazette of their saloon operators arrested Jan von and placed in jail They said they tho German ambassador and Secretary bansing had another conference in the Lnsitania negotia tions which both agreed should he described as confidential The am would then apply to the supreme court for a wilt of habeas corpus so as to get the question of the validity of the new statute immedi ately before the high court How 4 im milinjiv uciuj u Lilt nign court How bassador expects to confer with thc over last week the Keokuk attor secretary again Insido of a week and ncys indicated that they intend to Ml fin nnfr n i n iliia Kinnt TMI ni i then not again on this subject That fact is taken by those conversant with the status of the case to mean that Germany and ihe United States have approached a point In the negotia tions where only one more exchange change tlteir plan and that they maj not file the application for a writ of habeas corpus The state officials say they do not care what line of attack the sa loon men decide to take They will and when he was leaving was pcseiUed with the autogrouhed I photograph between aid Berlin vmioccertn Keohuk bv the Special to The GlobeGazette Youngstown Jan 10 Thc grand jury began au investigation into the riot in East Youngstown Friday night and Saturday More than two hundred men have been ar rested as participants in the rioting the majority of these to be held pend outcome of the probe The llmhtiTurlfvaccS that in due gates of the Youngstown Sheet and advices given out bv an Over trial ctmipany which have Ween tied Uas news agency It said that tho f6 TIus i11 fbe done up because ol the strike of the lab Irksadvanced to the main defenses rul to trv y n f w111 reonenod and prepara f the British The main Actors nrf former are being made to resume opera Iqfny in Mesopotamia accordinc to r t were aoon Mauy former employes re dieted but who obtained the ritrlit norted and were nut tn wnrlr Vn to cover the movement fs Sunk eoial to The GlobeGazette Berlin Jan 10 The sinking of a fcse advices Is in retreat ten Sht were Put to work id menhaving been left in Kutela be tllecl new disturbances are reported Jnrn n Vnvfir Ihp mnvfmienl ff Aerroua William Rockefeller who is ill and Henry K McHarg were not present when the jurors haggard nnd untidy filed in the courtroom to announce their verdict lost nnd some expression oy regret QJdisavowal which will be tghutitally satisfactory to Germany and the Unit ed States President WHson VSecre tary Lansing and the German nmbas 0 sador are practically the only officials Jin the secret of the negotiations but ilt is known what the principal point Mrs Catherine is Daughter j which is delaying the final settlement of Man Who Ueiend New was the phraseology Germany has Orleans Acainst Uritiuti contended that the best disavowal sjle offer is her orders to Five women whose fathers fought the submarine commanders not to re with Gen Andrew Jackson in the peat the incident that she could not defense of New Orleans against the disavow the action although she re British on Jan S 1815 on Saturgretted the loss of so many Anieri das witnessed return of the battle can lives The United Stateshas bern flag the American unuy carried on contending that a disavowal should that day by the state of Illinois to be expressed iu some way It is boI the womenof Xew Orleans last Satlieved that a form of expression has urday and one more woman who been found which will ho satisfactory would have besn titled to honor to both and that one morn cxchanee with the five lives In Mason City between Washington and Berlin will uuiitu jiiu rue sinicmg oi a M i ransport ship of thc filled nme other Defendants were vith troops at the time of the seaVs Some them illlllinCT T IIR IrtTlcr n n rawal of the French and British of waiting orces from the tip of the Gallipot fthfl with coim ewinsula is reported in a Constanti8 n men others had pple diapatch issued by tho Over eas News Agency partic m Flying The Flugs irfpecial to The GlobeGazette Berlin Jan definite an that the allies had with dyawn entirely from the Galllpoli y jninsula in the Dardanelles togeth a lj with theannouncement from Lon Jm tliat the British battleship King jfdward VII had been sunk as a re t of striking a mine aroused enor LfinbuS joy and satisfaction here says I uimiy after Judge Hunts instruc tions today urging the jury to bring in a vejdict as to some Individually of life Only Jwo men wee Tiie King Edward was a battle ship of tons laid down in March 1902 She was 453 feet long 78 foot beam and 2fi feet draught bUe had four 12neh four and ten 6inch guns in her main bat four tor and Overseas news agency The i weer closed bunting wag dis Vlayecl everywhere with national col prs an the people gave tlieirVlvcli u holiday celebration The Berlin newspapers continues agency message points put the j of prestige which this means for 3 British besides the enormous n fses of men7 ships and inoney They all the proud words of Mr As ith In parliament on the ninth pf ember 1914 that the Turlclsh had committed suicide and its own grave and those of Mr of a later date that th Dardanellea lay the roi 1 to triumphant peace further call atten to the fact that important Tur contingenis aro now free for ar in other Sea lighter ondon Jan 10 The British King Edward VII has been afteratrlking n mine The en orew was saved fhe sinking of the King Edward announced by the admiralty following statement M S King Ed VH ha her trial trip was 39 knots a complement of 777 men had No Tjives Ixst Special to The GlobeGazette London Jan admiralty supplementing the announcement that the British battleship King Ed ward VII had been sunk by striking a mine declared there was absolute Special to The GlobeGazette Second 1O10 Bulletin Shows References tx Alason Oily Heres some winter baseball The second official bulletin of the year from J H Farrell National As sociation secretary contains much in formation of interest here It says that terms have been ac cepted with the Mason City club by Sam Hendee Junior Fowler Harry Rogers Eddie Fink Arthur Alien Howell Tex Vinaon John Fitzpat rick Willis Sutcliff Monte Weeks Jim Forney Ed Brown W F Co rey O A Kool Bernard Mahbney George Kocher It also records the reinstatement of Harry Bay technically under sus pension since the close of the 1915 season NOTH1NO NEW ON THE PERSIA despite a v ahlp8 Washington Jan I Consul Keblinger at Malta advisen which the sinking of the big battleship New Commander in Mesopotamia Special to The GlobeGazette London Jan 10 Sir Percy has been appointed to command the British forces in Mesopotamia in succession to General Sir John EC clea Nixon who has been compelled by ill health to return home This was announced In the Houge of Com mons by J Austin Chamberlain sec retary for India This IB Different Special to The GlobeGnzette London Jan Turks in them it was announced inthe of Commons by tary for the state department that there are no new facts concerning the destruc tion of the steamship Persia contain ed in the affidavits he hart taken from aevsn survivors Including Lord Mon tague who had landed there The survivors are unanimous in saying that although the officers of the ship watching for submarines none were seen and no warning was given Moosers Give Up Kiglit Nevada Jan of the progressive party in Story counfy this week decided to discontinue the party organization The members for the most part stated their willing ness to go back to the republican party provided ft nominated a for ward looking camdidate Cummins or Roosevelt were generally tavoro 1 for the nomination rsy is ended American officials in all quarters described the situation as very hope and express the view that a sat isfactory settlements in sight which will include on at any angle they may approach the assault on the law they declare Tt is said that the saloon men of the wet cities are insisting that the grog shops shall remain closed until the supreme court renders a decH aredis couraging any illegalsale ofbooze In orde not to arrouse public sen timent against them it is said In the river cities there is con siderable booze being transferred across the bridges for perstnal use tvccorcling to the reports JJHS BIOHR ON THTAfj j lytioniiLgiwiL illnl 131 lull She is Mrs Catherine Willson settle the case unless something 1111 327 South Michigan Her father foreseen cornea up fought in the batle of New Orleans Mrs Willson is anxious to know under the circumstances whether there aro any other persons in this vicinity whose fathers or grand faj R The II NebcrjSfall Sustained Injuries in Accident This Morn iiVJ E M Nebergall iQS South Wash ington avenue is suffering from a broken arm sustained early tliis fore noon when he wis thrown from his wagon as it skidded around a cor ner He was taken to his home and a physician summoned to set tho brok en member lul THHJOK AM XT Mr IUOH INJUIIMI AT DUlOXT POWDKH RUMORS IUKVAIIj AT FIRST Daylight Dispels Many of Tii3 Stor ies of liiHed and Maimed nnd ager floss Aot Iiclievc OutsidiIuy ties Were the Cause Special to The GlobeGazelte Philadelphia Jan itiea weer killetl and a number Injur ed in an explosion of smokeless powd er early tills morning at tUG plant ot the Dupont powder works at Car neys N J It had boon report ed that a large number of men lost heir lives but after Investigation the that only thres of explo sion is not known blit accordlng to the superintendent there no sus picion that the blast was dueto out aide agencies The report that rests had been made is denied Tha lilast was a terrificbne and was felt twentyfive miles away Wire communication with Hit plant was out off by the shock wiili the result that the wildest rumors prevailed until daylight cleared away the extent of the accident The property loss is said to be comparatively small as the explo sion occurred in a building some dis tance from the main buildings of the big plant One of tho reports in cir culation was that government agents and secret service men from Da poiit police Iorca had been watching suspicious persons who went to the plant from Wilmington Delaware by boat andthat two carrying biMna and fuses had been arrested 0 11 Landis representative of the com I pany branded all these reports aa false der licr husband Dr Franklin Mohr son to make the speech in connep tion with delivery or the flag to New Orleans GAS MAGNATES OX Chicago Jan 10 Officials of the Public Service company of Northern Illinois headed by Samuel Instill president of the concern will appear today before the public utilitlea commission to answer to charges that the company is organ ized illegally that there is an inter locking directorate with other com panies and it is overcapitalized that excessive salaries are paid to the officers and that its gas rates aro exorbitant At a recent hear ing Pres Insull testified that his yearly salary ta and his secretary Miss Emily U Burger were motoring toward Newport on the night of Aug J3l last Mrs Mohr was indicted as i accessory before the fact The three defendants pleaded not guilty when arraigned The selection of the jury began I OEHMANV I pleads guilty says the Glornale d Italia commenting on Germanys latest plies to America The newspaper adds that Germany by promising to give orders to Insure safety of passengers before tho ships are sunk Implielty admits that this was not dona la the past She thus confesses her crimes the memory of which and of confes sion itsolf is now recorded in his tory SUIST HAVE MKN Hotel Men to Jfold Annual fon ventioii Commencing Jan i at Rapids Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Tan Gen eral Scott chief of staff Of the army told the House military committee at the army bill hearing that in event of war this country must have an army from one million to twomii lion men or accept Scctt reiterated Secretary Garrisons view tliat if the continental army plan failed there is no escape from com pulsory service tsforel men of Ioi inld their an convention this ceek at Cedar Rapfrts but because of other en gagements there will probably be only one representative from Mason City J H Snndell Of the Park Inn expecfej to attend the convention which ftpens Jan Is Sam Foster had exprcted to at tend nn4 as he leaves on a trip to the south Thursday he could not do so TWICE in Double Debate oiv Minimum ICtdora Ian the first pro lmiiiiv ii ibo ntnte debating leased liora High defeated Ackr loy eh rrhe Eldora negative team of Laura Smith Dorothy and Edwnrd White went AcUly to TPera the latters affirmar tire tcii iiul Micro won a nnanl mouse decision The Eldora affirm ative net the Ackley negative here and also emerged victorious by a vote of to 0 The question discussed was that of the minimum wage TJtATX CRKW ooon KOADS MAN NAMKIX Decorah Tan Kuhn was elected chairman of the Winneshlek county board of supervisors this week This is seooiui term Mr Kuhn is an ardent advocate of good roods and the boards policy Is pected to hr a offic ers Bcllevue Jan crew on a southbound freight train was made the vlltim of some busy body when the train passed through here The train stopped at the station f oorders and someone uncoupled thfcars at the State street crossing Engineer Trltz got the signal to pull jout and went a the way to Pleas ant Creek six miles below Bellevue j before it ws discovered they were minus half their train They had to double back for tho caboose and fif teen cars which waB left standing here When they went to pull out again they discovered every other been uncoupled causing the crew a delay of an hour Such acts constitute a penitentiary of foiiho and an investigation is be iiiri made to find Ihc a i1 I OF1 PEACE Special to Tne GlobeGazette Washington Jan senate foreign relations committee granted a hearing for Tuesday to the Wom ens peace party delegates HONOR CON V1CTS CAPTURED San Quentln Jan ronor convicts broke their I1 edges to tho late and escaped from San Qivntin penitentiary oa New Years dav were chased lured and returned to prison today by two fellow honor convicts who were sent from the constructloa camp to senrch for the fugitives merely giving their word that they would return Although accompanied by one ot 1is guards from the camp the two men Charlea Taggart and Herbert Primrose were often miles distant from each other They found their quarry in a cabin in a remote hill section where they had taken refuge Persons interested in the seed corn situation in Cerro Gordo County aro strongly urged not to forget the seed corn mcet ing at tho court howse room to morrow afternon This meet ing is held under auspices of the county seed oorn assio elation nnd nt it Victor Pclter Prof Bliss of Ames in faree of the state wide seed fsin x aminatlon campaign will also bo here for the meeting and will deliver an address Hampton Fred Sweet a Haniptoa boy of n few yours ago and who has for some yeirs been a feature writer of consder able renown In the middle west has now become a vaudeville star Mc Vickers theater Chicago Is the scene of the new role of this young man and hr la featured on the bill boards and In electric signs as Tin Worlds Greatest Feature Mr Sweets act consists or H r of films in which he n the roles he has taken for lug new 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