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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                TWICEAWEEK GlobeGazette Telephones For Rooms Call 28 i For Business office call 33 REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF Y9 NEWS KOT YESTERDAYS For clourl inofln tonight Tuesday proba bly snow rising tempera ture VOL XXIII MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 18 i9iC NO 75 ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE IN HOUSE OF COMMONS OF DEFEAT OF TURKS BATTLE IN MESOPOTAMIA VICTORY FOR TOE ALLIES States That Turks Have Also Been Driven Back in lie Caucasus by Superior Russian Force After Bloody Fight Special to The GlobeGazette London Jan 17 Announcement was made in the House oE Commons that the Turkish forces in Mesopo tamia havO fallen tack to within six miles of KutelAmara The an was made by Ju Austin Chamberlain secretary forlndla who said the Turks had retreated as the jresult another British victory The urkish position at he aald Vas carried on Sunday by the British Russian Victorious to The GlobeGazette Berlin Jan 17 After delaying for a week the advance of strong Rus gian forces in the Caucasus this Turks withdrawn their advanced posts points ac i git reoelyeclfrom Constantinople The statement follows In the Caucasus the Russians re peated their attacks against the Turk positions on both banks oE the Arasa suffering heavy losses espec ially in tlia district between thii Aiasa and the Inid valley Here the Turkish advanced retired some after having delayed th8 kjstioug enemy forces for one egarding operations In Mesopotamia Bie statement says Tliere has been itermittent artillery fire near Kut Spanish StciuntT Sunk jjfSpocial to Tho GlobeGazette London Jan 17 The Spanish Belgica has teen sunk rentythree members of her crew saved SLTXGSIJY TJ1IAI NEAR London Jan hearing on the appeal fromthejdecision of the high court ofjustice which decided TecTdy the California by was the rightful heir to the Yorkshire will be Aboard Dorothy Morgan Cutler Slingsby of California who proved to the courts satisfaction that her Teddy wsg the legitimate child of Lieut Slingsby will be represent ed The relatives of Lieut Slingsby are bringing the action which will be they are fislitiftgflirthe trenches in France poultry raising simply as a past Thex take exceptions to the rulings of In the recent trial which threw but the evidence secured at the British consulate at San Fran that the California boy was not the American woman tno of a Santa Kosa girl and was in reality a sub baby AMKRTOAN FORESTRY iMEETS annual con vention pf the American Forestry Association opened here today Sec retary Houston of the Department of tlie Interior will be a guost and many forestry experts from the south and middle west are attending the convention recial to Tho GlobeGazette Berlin Jan 17 The Overseas ivs Agency states that Count Tisza ngarian premier had announced in Hungarian parliament that Mon pgro had asked for peace Mon tigro offered unconditionally to jlown her arms and her offer had accepted tho premier declared I Jrdlng to this news agency re Tho announcement caused commotion In parliament and Jtl shouts followed the statement lount Tisza that peace nogotla jwlll be entered into tmmediato Swect Singers in Isiacl Loso Their Coats as They Worship In Vocalizing Does it jayto worship in song on a cold winters night That is the question which Ihree of the famous sect called Empyreans are ruminat ing over today Last night while the quartette was warbling Lead Kindly Light at the First Methodist church some one or ones pussyfooted in the choir room near by and ab stracted appropriated and purloined three of the warblers overcoats and vanished in the of the starry and frosttinged night The inventory of the goods and chatties gloiumed or pecculated is the following towit viz From M R Tournier clarion voiced second tennor One black melton overcoat Griner trade mark velvet collar one black and white fancy silk neckscarf From W S Wilcox vibrant baritone One brown chinchilla overcoat one silken neckscarf one pair furlined loves From W S Muse bottom baser One black melton over coat velvet collar one knit silk iieckscarf one pair mouse col ored gloves From A H Patchen organist one necktcarf one pair of fur gloves From C B Higgina cherubic tenor not a IJIV FEDEI5ATION OPENS SIXTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING AT WASH INGTON jSEKATOP CORK RESOLUTION MSUTRAL KOMC ON TEXAS BORDER DAYS iUOGHAM DEYOTEO TO ilIATTEll PREPAREDNESS Seth Low President of Feder ation Sounds Keynote in His Opening Address That Must Use Slrenfjtli of Our Rigid Arm If Necessary Civic Special to the GlobeGazette j Washington Jan Federation opened its sixteenth aii meeting with prominent civic welfare workers from throughout t ie country present The subjects lli6 cr discussion included preparedness The extractors evidently did nol S imiEiation government regulation Higgina coat and the trimmings It iys prepared ia thought that the thieves entered wns fentlre of days the rear door on the north side of which was over large the church which is cloaa W tho choir ijy a Presentation of the commit room and made their exit the same Low of New York way The choir loft the room tl0 sounded p and when they returned after i1 lvst note Preparedness when the service at just they discovil13 he declared tlyf ered their loss The visiting guests lf the UnlteI Stafes tn MUTUAL FLAN FOK ICANS AVD MEXICANS to prevent the tes of Europe V were kind enough to leave Mr and hates niers sealskin cap and the skypieces ml tradition of empire of the qurtette ifrom finding lodgement In this con Here ia probably the scene which tinent after war It must be strength of our own right arm and ib the willingness to cli to ou less was enacted by the gents for there were two or more Ij Pirt Klmllv T wriat to be iumil Light meciOjis to tetter1 v Sure said the visitor to hia pal and suttinly cold This big guys coat looks good to I was not ever thus nor sang the quartette Pipe dat cully theys singin about yon guess youd better crib the od der big on and stray along Disll make a fine necktie black and whita for me in sciety Looks like it might Special to theGlobeGazette belong to a movin picture I Berlin Jan I love the garish continued Hungarian government has entered the quartette ja verbal protest with the American Not for our money pard we lovis ambassador at Vienna Frederick C the garishish night for dia against the occupation by eh real pippin antthe French and British detachments tuinn woods brown overcoat woolyjof the Island Corfu which is a like de little sheep real millionaire j flagrant delation of the treaties of stuff and de furlined mitts Its 11X63 and says an oversea mine thank ee HP agency The AustroHiihgar And in the morn which T have jiaa government points out that Great loved and continued the and France have again man tetto their disregard of the gon Seem to be suspecttn somethin eral principals of tho international weed better make our getaway No laws Tlie American ambassador dont take dat fur coat it smells of has been asked to communicate the mothballs and would give us away protest to Great Britain and We dont have such fine perfumry as dat Besides it wouldnt fit any Watson Parly Asked for Pro tection of Police and Pass ports Indicates Tlmt Crranza Government Did Not Give Protection Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Jan estab lishment of a neutral zone in North ern Mexico to be jointly policed by forces of Mexico and the United States unless tha disorders are very speedily controlled was proposed in a resolution introduced Ijy Senator Gore democrat of Oklahoma Tlia Goro resolution referred to the foreign relations committee would authorize the president to en ter into an agreement with General Carrauza to use troops to restore or der and make life sscure in that por tion of Mexico adjacent to the United j the proposal Policing avrangeniont details by the MexicanAmerican forces will left to the war de partment Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Tan 17 Evidence Carrarza authorities at Chihuahua assured C R Watson hencl of the INDICT Nevada Jan Story thing but a fishpole JMitts and neck tiell come In Oer crag and camo in tremendous crescendo from the grand jury which completed era lit3 work last week brought in ten Some noise dat spose ley call it indictments for bootlegging seven shigin good time to get out 30 dey indictments for gambling one each cant here us Tata muslkers hope jfov breaking and entering and as we havent robbed de sault with intent to commit man Sinco last spring there has been an organized gang of liquor perldlers In Story county and it was only a feiv weeks ago that the socalled leader was caught and haled into court The peace officers have worked hard night and day to stop the sell ing of liquor and gambling which has become so prevalent and it is hoped that the last bunch of inrtlet iments brought in will thoroughly Pote Coras en route to one of tlie cleaii up Story county The major north side foreign colonies with a ity of the men indicted are alreadv dray load 01 booze Saturday afterJin custody and will bo given trials noon bad doubly bad luck Breaking at the present term of court the wagon was tho smallest part of his troubles for it called attention lumJlEITRKS FFXED to the fact thathe hauling a pretty big shipment pf liquor Ysabel escort was necessary In that opinion however many of the Americans agreed although they suggested to authorities the advisa bility of sending troops with the party Advices further stated that Car ranza governor of Chihuahua gave Watson a personal passport and that tho Carranza Immigration in Jaurex save personal for the whole Watson party These tle ivelopments are taken to point to the responsibility of the Carranza govern jincut for not adequately protecting jtluvm Am Orleans j Ooiirpirtratinji ArnerJonns Special to The GlobcGazetto i Tan tion of Americans Tnrreon Monte iroy and other points wiierg j troops can afforrl them greater pro jection is reported to the state clp ipartimint by Consul General Hannn at Monterey He said sixty Americans jpnfl employed at the Pennies Mining Mapinii north of Torroon hat arrived safely nt Htnn rml wilh them a number of from Asarco Americans who have bnpn on the property of the plantminn in the Lagnnp district are at Torreon also at rrln a suburb TIanna advised the jdoptutment of the dispatch of Car iianza reinforcements from Monterey Torreon adding that the Car rnnza rrovernment is in earnest In its efforts to improve the conditions and to prevent further assault on Amer Jcnvs Good order here is maintain Deputy Sheriffs vlaited tho scsne of the breakdown and arrested Pete on a charge of illegally hauling liq He was given a hearing before Justice Stanbtary late this afternoon PLANNING Northwood Jan wood is the installation of a sewerage system this year The city now owns its water plant and its electrolier lighting system There Is outstanding against tho water sys tem but this Is more than off fiott by the balance In tho city treasury at present to Tho GlobeGazette New York Jan Web er Paul Schmidt JTax Tageer and Richard Wohlberg accused in a fed eral Indictment of conspiracy to ship contraband rubber to the German government in violation of tlie cus toms laws pleaded guilty and ware fined mm DUO OHERPOWERI Special to Tlis GlobeGazette Minneapolis Jan aa an expert in electrical burglarproof devices for banks a roan walked into the St Anthony Falls Bank snatched up a big bag of money from tho vault which ho had heon allowed to jtnspeet tlisn leaped through a plate i glass door when he saw he was sus pected Tho banks clerical force jumped through the hole he made threw him to the sidewalk and held him until the police arrived SEINK FISH BESPITK COLD AVAUKON TJAJTK BUYS SIJLFl Jan Cain has sold a portion of the Cain block to tho Peoples National bank the consideration being It Is the intention of the bank to ereot a permanent homo Armstrong Jan the cold tho seining of Sil ver lake Iowa lake and several oth tera In this still Is going on Holes are cut in the ice the snines dropped through and carried along other holes farther down tho lakes The 5atch of buffalo carp and cannibal fish which the seining process Ia designed to eliminate jfrcm the lakes runs from a fish I to pounds or more a catch B R Hand of Silver Lake has tho for the seining and glTea 25 percent of the proceeds to tie state of Iowa Spoclal to The GlobeGazette Cherokee Tan Sioux Falls train on tho Illinois Central northbound Tvaa wrecked at Prlm ghar Iowa four coaches and a sleep er going into the ditch Many pas sengers were reported Injured A re lief train was sent out from Chero kee FOR CHANGING OF STREET NOMENCLATURE OF CITY ON FIRST READING OF IMPORTANT HIGHWAYS TO CHANGE Will Make the Street Naming and Numbering System Somewhat More Uniform Than It Is at Present Ordinance changing the names of a large number of Mason City streets was passed on first reading this morning and two other ordinances third reading one vacating streets where the sewerage disposal plant is to be one fixing conditions on which permission to build areawayn under sidewalks will in the future be granted The street renaming ordinanos which will cause temporary incon venience until anew directory ia published IB something badly needed which has been long considered The numbered streets and avenues now run without any regard to the street numbering systems and the fact that a place is between Seventh and Eighth streets by no means incniis that it is in the 700 block As a mater of fact it Is in th0 300 block At the request of the Grand Ar my Third street Ig changed to Sheridan street and Fourth street to Dodge street in memory of the late General Dodge Fifth street will be known as Rawlins street The present Rowllns street will be South WtflrtqtrJt an extension Firat Clear Lake pavedroad will bo Cer ro Gbrdo street All highways running in a goner al north and south direction will bo avenues and those running east and west streets unless they are call ed drives boulevards Or BOIIIO other like suffix List of CluvnsCS Persons who further sugges tions should see tho city council at once Complete list of changes is as foliows The street named First Shect and lying north of Miller street to Corro Gordo street The street named Third sitroet anil lying north of Miller street chang ed to Sheridan street The street named Fourth street and lying north of Miller street changed to Dodge street lifth street changed to Uuwlins street Sixth street changed to First street Seventh street changed to Second street Eighth street changed to Third street Ninth street changed to Fourth street Tenth street changed to Fifth street Eleventh street changed to Sixth ntreet Twelft hstreet changed to Seventh street Thirttenth street changed to Eighth street Rawlins street changed to Super ior avenue Sheridan street changed to Madi son avenue Butler street changed to Madison avnue Williams avenue changed to Roosevelt avenue Sheridan Drive changed to Sheri dan street Park Drive changed to Crescent Drive Parker Boulevard between I3cau mont Drive and Park Drive changed to Dortgo street Parker Boulevard between FourUi street line and Crescent Drive chnngnd to Crescent Drive Kim street In Franclscos Second addition changed to Eltlnr street May street in Youngbloods sub division changed to Edith strpot Park nvenuo changed to Young blood avonuo River street changed to Bass street First Street in Midland Heights and First Addition to Midland Hoighte changed to Addison avenue Second street In Midland Heighfs and First Addition to Midland Heights changed to How avenue Mason Boulevard changed to Ma son avenue Third street in Midland Heights and First Addition to Midland Heights changed to Benjamin ave nue Fourth street In Midland Height and First Addition to Midland Heights changed to DawBCn avenue Section Two That for all streets running north and BOuth and having the uuHlo atraet to the Special to The GlobeGazette Chicago Jan Lori nier former United States senator who was ousted by his colleagues In one of the political sensations of a few years ago today faces another string of charges brought against him in connection with the collapse of his banking syndicate In this city in 1914 Lorimer has engaged able at torneys to fight tho charges and it is expected the defense will bring out charges that the downfall of the Lorimer banks was due to his politi cal enemies Despite the fact that his partner Charles B Munday has already been convicted on similar charges to those brought against him Lorimer is hopeful of acquittal He Is prepared for a grand battle that will rival the political battle which drove him from the senate Lorimer Is charged with conspira cy embezzlement and larceny The report of the grand jury which inves tigated the Lorimer banks for three months declared that Lorimer Mim day and a dozen other bank officials had looted the institutions of two millions of dollars that forgery thievery and embezzlement had been committed Involving nine banks and one other concern The jury report ed that practically every known banking law in the state had been violated It was set forth by the grand jury that the assets of the La Salle Street Bank of which Lorimer was president had been stolen to organ ize other institutions that checks had been kited in carrying out the programme and that the bank had been insolvent some time prior to the collapse It was charged by the grand jury that securities held by financial InRtiUitioiiK in which Uie became interested were substituted by se curities of known worthless charac ter The Larimer bank crash created a sensation in The combined capital of tho banks which closed June 12 of that year was and the deposits in Thousands oE depositors many of them small merchants who had been political friends of Lorimer saw their bank accounts swept away Munday MILLIONAIRES SON AIlREST ED LAST MCiHT IN PLOT TO KILL FATHER OAK PARK OFFICERS SAY YOUNG MAN UNBALANCED Brooded Over Rumor That His Father Who Ss Few Times millionaire Would Cut Him From His Will and Decided to Kill Parent Special to The GlobeGazette Chicago Jan to show that Irving Updike arrested last night charged with a plot to kill his father Furman D Updike his moth er and sister is not sane will bo made by Chief of Polioo Loe of Oak Park Herbert Updike who helped the Oak Park police trap hin brother ta at liberty to leave the police station pxcpsi of at lllly Unle accordlng to Lee At l Boing to provethat Irving 13 not said Lee I do not think that he is mentally well balanced but has had too much time to He does not work and T i as In Morris anu ULI1 uaui0 ais was given the maximum sentence five years in prison He is fighting for a new trial After trial the state will proceed against JH W Uniting former director of the La Ssille Street Dank who Is also charg ed with conspiracy embezzlement and larceny Members of tho executive comniIt toe of tlie Cerro CSordo County Cum mins Club arc holding a mGeling this afternoon at tlio law offices Blythc Markloy Rule Smith The mooting called by the president oE the or ganisation to cliscutm plans for fur thering the work of the orguniza It was called commence at name such suffix is hereby changed to Section Three That for all streets running east and west and having the suffix ivvenue to the nainu such suffix is hereby changed to Otlior Business The street vacating ordinance va cates the parts of ISstelle street River street and an alley that will occupied by the seweraae disposal plant Henkel and Brown the contrac tors are granted permission to storo material on the north side of River street which will soon be known as Bass street after the citys consulting engineer Area ways Method of constructing arcaways under sidewalks will be closer watcli ed in the future An ordinance on that subject passed last reading to day Tho M B A wan granted pcrmls to build certain aveaways at Ftate and Michigan provided they abide by tho ordinance Charles iray the contractor dig ging the M li A building cellar given a blasters license Lighting contract with tho Peo ples Gas Electric Company war approved Deed of tho tract of land at Su perior and Moriill avenues was ac cepted from Axel Rudd This tri angular piece is to be used as a little park The Holy Family church hag deed ed to the city right of way for the extension across property own ad by lt of Washington avonuo from Ada to Alexander Appointment of D C Beldlng find X N Flflher as deputy assessors approved Want Viaduct A petition signed by between eight and nlno hundred persons asking for the building of a viaduct across the North Western Rock Island and Western track at Fifth streets was filed with the city council to day This petition will be acted on In a council meeting tomorrow mental faculties too and his muscles too Purnian P Updike according to the police retired from business some time ago but still holds stock In the Updiico flour mills of Minneapolis and Omaha Also in the UpdiTce Tumber company of St Louis One of the first visitors to the police station was Dr William K Barton pastor of the First Congregational cliurcli of Oak Park of F t Updike his wife and daughters are members and which Irving and Her bert Updike attended Irving who is thirtyeight years old is alleged tohave with threat of death Ills brother Into the plot Irving IK saiil to have believed that his father wus nbout to change his will disin heriting rving The father is said to ho worth Roveral million dollars Infirmity Mental infirmity I result of hoy hood injury to his spine in the opin ion of Furman D Updike and his wife la the cause of their snn Irving to plot against his parents lives The parents in a statement issued thru Dr Barton their pastor said that Irv ing had shown many sitm of mental unsoiimlness but at no up to tho present has Hart symptoms indi cated that he was aungeroiis ST PAii HASKUAWj HIIT fit Paul Jan I7i bearing in the St Iau baseball suit brought by Minnie Lennon John Norton and Herman whom she seeks to restrain from ex ercising an option on the clubs prop er y and players will bo held today PASTOR LKAVM Storm Jan 1 7 Tho Presbyterians of this city wore un willing to accept the resignation of their pastor tho Rev T A Amblor but have granted him a three months absence on full pay He will spaiul the time in Arkansas where he hopes to regain his failing health Special to The GlobeGazette Berlin Jam was made in tho retchstag by Dr Al fred Zimmerman under secretary for foreign affairs that the oGrman gov ernment would most certainly find ways and means of getting satisfac tion for tho shocking misdeed at tributed to tho crew of tho British patrol boat Baralong which Is charg ed with having killed defenseless Ger mans from a submarine sunk by tho imtrol boat Dr Zimmerman said that all German parties condemned not only tho action of IJaralongs crew but tho reply of Great Britain to the German noto respecting the Incident Hcrr Nolke socialist mem ber said ho wished to mnke a request in the name of Ms countrymen who ire bsiiring arms against tUo of Groat Britain i   

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