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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 1, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                mru GioucGazette Telephones For Editorial Booms Call 28 For Business office call S3 tVICEAWEEK WEEKLV REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE YS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS SHOW e tonight and pronihly snow west or niin east portion oust and ceiiiral part VOL XXIII MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1 NO 87 SECOND ZEPPEE1N FLIES OVEIV OUTSKIRTS PARIS LAST NIGHT WITH EFFECT NOT SO DEADLY AS SATURDAY NIGHTS RAiIIi Saturdays Zeppelin Which Killed or Wounded a Score of Persons Was Vicjomosly At tacked French Airmen Bui Escaped Special to The GlobeGazette Jan 31 Several boniljs dropped by a Zeppelin which flew over the outskirts of Paris last night but Ihey produced no such deadly effecl as on the occasion of the Salurday night raid The offi cial pressbureau Issued the follow ing statement this morning A German dirigible set out in the direction of Paris where it arrived soon after 10 p m It was bom barded by our special batteries and jftttaclrea by aeroplanes Before it dropped a number of bombs which according to the news received so far did no damage Battle in the Clouds Five French aeroplanes engaged the Zeppelin which Saturday night dropped bombs on Paris killing or wounding over two score of persons according to an authoritative state ment just issued The first to at tack the German raider was a ma chine piloted by a sergeant who was occupied in patrolling the upper air He pursued with savage energy the statement says but soon exhausted all his stock of cartridges and was obliged to abandon the pursuit One of two machines armed with cannon hadhowever by this time managed 1 to climb up high enough and opened an intense fire on the Zeppelin which undoubtedly was hit The Zeppelin was next pioloed up 1 by a sublieutenant as it flew over the suburbs westward He went up to within fifty or one hundred yards of the aircraft and stuck to his quar ry with great determination some times fying above sometimes on a level in order to escape fire from lue Zeppelins machine guns For fiftythree mlnules the chase con f tiiiued machine guns being fresly used on bolh sides unlil finally the aeroplanes engine broke down and the sublieutenant was obliged to de scend MUST GO TO PEN P Speclal to The GlobeGazette Washington Jan La mar convicted in the New York federal courts on the charge im personating an officer of the United States with intent to defraud lost his appeal in the federal supreme court The New York court ia now free to enforce the penitentiary sen tence STARTING HIS CAMPAIGN PREPAREDNESS Talking Crowd Tlint Mini President Wilsons start of campaign for preparedness was in New York City where lie was called on for several speeches He was met by unusual crowds these photographs show in the course of the first busy day he spent in the city President Allison Going to Make n Speech liig Attendance is Promised at The Farmers Grain Dealers Associa tion Convention in Des Feb 15 and 17 Moiues Special to The GlobeGazette Italy Decides to Continue Fight for Albania Maybe Naval Fight Along Norway Coast Special to The GlobeGazette Berlin Jan has decid ed to continue the campaign In Al bania according to Vienna advices issued by the Overseas News Agency and Is said to have landed an addi tional infantry division and several batteries of heavy artillery at Av lona Italy will not give up Al f t e e P Although a Ijavgo Force Worked All Saturday itml Sunday AAnters Break Through Ijcvces Today Special he GlobeGazette Hickman Ky Jan West Hickman Levee gave away and the river IB now flooding a large area in the manufacturing dis tricts The water Is slowly back Jng up Into the business section Close to one thousand people are rendered homeless A large force of men worked all and all last nightIn an effort to hold the levees against flood hut shortly after 4 oclock tills morning the river broke through a rush nnd the waters quickly filled tho lower parl of tho town Ad ditional forces have beieh sent to the Reefoot district soulh of here to pro toct the levees thore DCS Moines Jan says the news agency She ment tonight of the program and considers an effective defense of the plans for the Fanners Grain Dealsouthern part of the country as a ers Association convention to be military and political necessity Oth held here Feb 15 16 and 17 indier reports state that Italy lacking cated that hundreds of members of sufficient troops of her own lias the organization are expected to atasked for help from England and tend The program includes anurnFrance her of speakers prominent through out the country for their knowledge SUBMARINE K5 OF K TYPE MISSING FOR THIRTY SIX HOURS DOES NOT RESPOND TO QUERIES OF Was Enroiitft From New York to Key West With Other Submarines ami Is Missing While Others Are at Charles ton Special to The GlobeGnzatte Charlestovn S C Jan marine K5 one the four subma rines of the 1C type enroute from Mew York Navy yard to Key West Florida missing for thirtysix hours had not been heard from up to iioon although strenuous efforts ane being made conatatly by wireless to reach the K5 The monitor Tallahassee and Submarines K1 K2 and K3 came into Charleston harbor during the morning They had been held outside all night because of a dense fog They reported nothing had been heard of K5 WEALTHY WIDOW AND SONS AND DAUGHTER VICTIM OF BANDITS NEAR BUFFALO WERE RETURNING FROM THEIR COUNTRY PLACE OH the Look Out Washington Jan Daniels ordered tlie destroyers Ster rett and Perkins en route from Pen sacola to Charleston to search fy the K5 The destroyer Worden iJV Charleston and the coast guard cut ters SeminoLa and Yamacraw and the tender Mangrove is also cruising for her All boats of tho K class officials said thoroughly demonstrated themselves to be trustworthy and ef ficient Those on the Atlantic coast went to Kay West from New York without difficulty last winter for maneuvers and were malcine the same trip when the K5 disappeared Sunday The K boats In the Pacific rTecentiy went from San Francisco to Honolulu under their own power es tablishing a new record for long dis tance cruising for American subma FBTHRR HEARING ON RATES of the technical phasss of agricul ture Among theos are H C Canby former president of the Chicago Board of Trade and William G Ech hardt agriculturist of DeKalb III and Cyril G Hopkins and H H New ell of the University Illinois Col lege of Agriculture May Bo Sea Fight Special to The GlobeGazette Chrlatiania Jan ary British and German naval activ ity has been in evidence along the Norwegian coast the past few days according to the Stavanger corres pondent of the Morgenbladet who adds that a class Is possible at any H H Gross of Chicago president time A number of British warships of the Tariff Commission League and and German submarines havie been Alfred Owen Crozler of Cincinnatiobserved just outside of the terrl wlll address the convention on the torial waters second day Iowa speakers will be Henry Wallace of Des Molnos W B Quarton of Algona Lafayette Young and E T Meredith Des Molnea At torney General Cosson Clifford Thofne aud Senator J H Allen Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Jan on grain and other commodities from points in Minnesota North Daktoa and South Dakota to Duluth and oth er points at the head of the Great were approved by the inter state commerce commission The rates on anthracite and bituminous coal from Duluth aud Superior Wls and other points at the head of the alcesto points in Minnesota North and South Dakota and Iowa wore leld to be unjustly discriminatory jut not unreasonable The rates on he latter commodities will be sub led of further hearing by the com mission Minuto Schedule Made for Visit to Moines Ready Des Molnos Jan presi dent and party will leave Chicago January Session Commence This Morning With Judge 1 J Chirk on the Bench District court or Cerro Gordo county opened for the January 1916 term this morning Judge J 1 Clark of this city is the presiding judge and Lloyd Tait is court re porter Perry Henderson and Frank Kay are as usual acting as bailiffs Judge Clark is today hearing pro hate matters motions etc and will at 10 a m Tuesday morning busied with work not requiring T irvii fwi nn ii n a luvv for the entire week Tomor the Rocky Mountain Limited on the Rock Csiand running as a section Lunch will be served on the train The president will make brief talks from the rear end of the train at Davenport at Iowa City at Grinnell at Newton at arriving in Des Jtolnes at p m The president and Mrs Wilson will bo met at the station by a joint com mittee of the Chamber of Commerce the Greater Des Moinea club and n group of prominent club women who will escort the president and Mrs Wilson to the Chamberlain ho tel There President and Mrs Wil son wil dine privately while tho newspaper men and the rest of the party will be dined at the Des Moines club TJib doors of the coliseum will be opened at Governor Clarke Mayor aHnnan Rev O p Kean and Harry H Polk will occupy tha box with tho President and Mrs Wil son a jury for the entire week Tomor row the new calendar will he called for defaults and immediately there after the court will proceed to the hearing of default divorces When this Is finished be will hear equity cases motions and the like again The jury will not report until Monday Feb V the grand jurors coming at 10 a m and lie trial jurors at 2 p m ST JOSEPH ROYS ARK AFTKU A GVMXASIUM Boys of the St Joseph high school aro making a strong effort to tho necessary money to buy some gymnasium equipment In further nnca of this effort there will be held this evening at St Joseph convent hall a card social which the public Is Invited to attend TWO STEAMEKS LOST Special to Tho GlobeGazette New York Jan White Star freight steamship Bovic report ed on liar arrival here from Manches ter that she had been picked up wireless messages indicating that two steamships have been recently lost at sea heretofore one the Apalacheo a British tanker in government service and the other an unknown steamer STREET CAH COXTJIOVKHSY Waterloo la Jan new angle has been given to the fight waged by the mayor and oily coun cil against the pnye street nrs Yesterday afternoon at a joint meeting of the directors of the Commercial club and Chamber oC Commerce the following resolution was adopted That the mayor and city coun cil be respetfiilly requested to de lay the publication of the ordln Automiolriie Slowed Dwvu at Railroad iOossinrj When the Bandits Sprang Sirs Tripe and One Son and Injured Others lillUOl JANG TO MURIM3R Special to The GlobeGazette Buffalo N Y Jan per sons were murdered another prob ably fatally beaten and a fourth se riously injured in an automobile holdup on the Orchar Park road near this city early this morning Several hours elapsed before the po lice heard the crime and the as sailants escaped The victims all members of the same family promi nent wealthy Buffalo residents were Mrs Agnes Teiper 07 years old shot and Instantly killed Freder ick Teiper sou beaten to death by Billy Grace Teiper daughter beat en skull fractured will die andEd ward Teiper son beaten left sense less lying in road The family was returning from the country place af ter spending Sunday The automobile slowed down at a railroad crossing and holdup men waiting sprang out from tho roadside The party w robbed of a considerable amount in money and jewelryjVlsa Teiper was the widow of Conrad Teiper founder of the Buffalo Structural Steel Com pany Special to The GlobeGazette Chihuahua Jan Villa is reported driven out of the Picachos Hills Santa Clara Can yon and now surrounded by Carran za forces near Elvallo Gets Villas Secretary Ei Paso Tex Jan Car ranza consulate received a telegram Knlhlceii von Hothiier Kathleen von Bothner known al so as Kathleen Mugow once wife of a Now York lawyer who got a di vorce from hiBr confessed to the police of Hoboken that she had for 500 employed a gang to kill Au touio George at Uobfcs Ferry N Y the other day She said Mrs Georges sisterinlaw offered her 500 to have the man killed She agreed slip said and then employed two men who struck him with iron liar aud then cut his throat But she did not get hei PRESIDENT AND BRIDE AR RIVE SAFELY IN THIS M GREETED BY DESPITE EARLY HOUR tKes Five Miruilc Speeches Fioni Rcai1 of Private Car at Kciioslut and Ba cinc Etmnilc to Milwaukee Action on Sheppnvd Bill Promisees Prominence foi Dry Kenvoii Predicts IVss Measure Washington D C Jan the result the action in orcVsring the Sheppard bill for prohibition in the District or Columbia reported the prohibition issue is forced to the Special to Tho GlohcGazcUo Chicago Jan train to was attached the special cars bearing President Wilson and his party readied Chicago at a m Despite Hie early hour a crowd had gathered at LnSallo street station to greet the president and Mrs Wilson The run from Cleveland was accom plished without incident Tho four cars bearing the presidents party were switched from the train at the LaSalle street station and hauled over the switch tracks to the Xorth western terminal where they lay un til the departure WHS made for Mil waukee at Twentyfive secret service men and 125 picked police men met the president here ami guarded his train until the departure front In congress in a way that Tlle tHP floln Chicago to Milwau sooms certain to make It prominent whcru tlls President spoke at for much of the rest of the session The two chief proposals oil which the prohibition forces hava set their hearts this session aro prohibition or Ilia national capital prohibition UKS WCI ir amendment By the action of the Kanpslia WS and Racine Wis dated yesterday from vino stating that General Villa Tre had been dislodged from his haunts in the Canyon DelOso and that Mi guel Trlllo latest secretary to Villa had been captured Was a Britisher EI Paso Jan is reported that Peter Keane slain recently nt tho Hearst rancn In Chihuahua was a British citizen I1USSAXE AX1 ZliVRKHKO IN BIG MATCH Special to The GlobeGazette Boston Jan Zbyszbo the young Polish giant and suf Hussaue the Bulgarian will meet In a finish match tonight in Mechan ics hall Hussane and Xbyszko are two of the best wrestlers in the world and they have been carefully train ed for tliis meeting MORI PIGTAIL TROUUIK Speiiial to The GlobeGazette Peking Jan province of Kweichow is in full rebellion The governor was forced to flee January 10 nml communication has been in terrupted It is reported that Luc how and Txeliutslng have been cap ance passed Jan 24 requiring that lured by the revolutionists The two men be placed on each car opAmerican gunboat Monacacy is at erated in Waterloo until tho special Chunking on the Yangtse river committee appointed by the two commercial borties has ample time in which to iniiestigaie thoroughly the one man street oar service the books the plan of operating ex penses of tho street railway com pany reliability of service nonill about ninety miles to the northeast of Luchow The commander has not ified Dr Paul Reinsoh American minister to China that all Is quiet in that neighborhood That zone has been outlined within which the Mon ocacy will protect foreigners who are tton of railroad crossings and the threatened Twelve thousand sol protnction accorded to the public Idlers from the province of Kweichow iand the city council jarfi reported to be marching in corn It waa annonncriti a few days asolpany with the Yunnarnez rovolutlon the ordinance would be pub lished tomorrow and go into effect Feb 1 President CJIHS of ho trac tion company said would apply for an iujunction to restrain the operation of the ordinance and falling In this might cease oper ating earn on tho city Hues He aays the company lost some mon ey last year lulls city business1 and decided on the one man ara as a moans to reduce operating expen tstH on Chungking where heavy fighting Is expected to take place within a few weeks Special to Tho GlobeOazetto Dallas Jan Texas and Pacific receivership hearing sched uled to be held here January 31 has postponed until Feb 18 district committee the senate will be compelled to express ItsslC on wbether the district ts to go dry The national prohibition amend ment is in the judiciary committee but that committee Is expected to report favorably on it The senate will doubtless have to submit to a test vote on this Requires Tivothlids Vote The submission of a national pro hibition amendment requires a two thirds vote but passage of thc pro hibition bill for the district requires only a majority vote Senators on the district committee who were in strumental in reporting out tha declare it will pass Senator Shep pard of Texas author of the bill to mnke the district dry Intends to press it to a vote at an early date and Is confident it will pass Tn Its present form it would make the na tional capital dry next November Senator Kenyan predicts passage Confident of Success One fact that makes the advocates of prohibition so confident of suc cess is that the number of prohibi tion states has increased rapidly of late They say this lias resulted in making conversions in senate nnd bouse with corresponding rapidity Members of both bodies who a few years ago were opposed to pro hibition have now faced about and ore supporting it The house district committee Is Bot expected to give as ready to out the bill as tho sen ate comnrfVee The measure In fact inny blocked them TJis support cm of the idea of making the district dry aver they can Pass a bill in the if thejr can force it to a vote 0 p in was broken by tlie first or several brief addresses by the president from tho rear platform of his private car These five ininntn talks were made at Waukegan 111 During tho ride rum Chicago to Mil waukee tlie president devoted most of bis time in preparing material for his Milwtiuktti address Throws Down GuuutUt Special to The Milwaukee aln 81 President Wilson threw down tins gauntlet to the opponents of natiomil prepared ness who have declared that the novement sprang from desires of tho munitions and armament mannfac urers to make money In a sposch delivered from the car at Racine President urged his licarers not to bo misled by statements of bat sort ami declared h hoped tho icople would not belinvc these things and Insisted the impulse for prepar edness came from men disinterest ed mien who know tho actual circum stances of the country and who know that these things are iminiMllately necessary Corn HOYS Contest lc Waterloo Jon from family clean nut stalwart boys participated In a corn judging content at Hudson last week They were from the well known Stelmol family of Eagle township Ferdinand nnd Pnul twins are IS Frank and Leo twins are 17 and Wil liam 15 Ferdinand won a place on tha team of tivontyfivc boys which rill be sent expenses paid to thp short course nt Ames next week Of seventeen contestant from Ragle township tho Stolmel boys won the highest markings TO SKWAGK QUTCSTIOX Fort Jan 31 J C Kol logg manager of the Water Power company here will meet with the city council either Wednesday or Thurs day of this week to settle the sew age question Thc sentiment of a majority of tho councilmen is asrainsi a cash setUement MAY COST MAX AX KYIC Slionandoah Jan l I A O Hons leipih of Coin may lose tho siht of one eye following an accident suf fered last week when the head flsw off n nail ho was driving struck him uaroly In the eye He is now at Teunv Rdmuiulson liospitul at Coun cil Bluffs To Erect Five odrn Office Huildinjr to Co Up at Norllicast Corner of Fifth iiul Main SlrucUs Plans for the erection of a mod ern five story office building at tho Northeast corner of Fifth and Main Streets arc lining worked out for Ralph S Struibmry owner of the corner Id The building on tb lot adjoining on tlie north own ed by the Willson estate will be uniform with the Stanbery Inilding far two stories but prob ably will bo carried no higher at this time Rank Gols The Commercial Savings Biiuk has taken an option on tlie lenso ot ground floor of the Stanbcry building and though forma lease hns not yet been signed there is no doubt this site will bo the banks quarters for a number of years to come It also understood that Schanko and Company are negotiating for the ground floor of the es tate section of the building Mr Stnnbery will make further announcement of his plans when working out of details reaches a more advanced stage   

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