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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1916, Mason City, Iowa GlobeGazrtte Telephones For Editorial Rooms Cull 28 For Business office call 32 rWICEAWEEK WEEKLY i REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF TIIK IMPORTANT EVENTS OP THE NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS Ilomly mill iirotialdy unsettled tonight and Not uuuli chiuiije ia tompcfa VOL XXIH MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY NO 97 BROUGHT BACK TO ATLANTA SCENE OF EARLY OPERATIONS CHIEF EXAMINER OF INTER STATE COMMERCE COM MISSION DISAGREES WITH THORNE SAYS THORNE KNEW WHAT BRANO5ES WOULD ADMIT Told Thorne What BramJeis Would Say and Thorne Asked for Change iu Allotment of Time for Purpose of Answer ing BraiuleJs Washington Feb 10 James W Carmalt chief examiner of the Inter state commerce commission beforo the senate subcommittee investigat Ing the nomination of Louis D Brandeis to the supreme court bench challenged the declaration of Clit ford Thome chalrmaN oC the Iowa railroad commission that Bvantleis had concealed from him the attitude Brandeis would take in arguing the eastern freight ratp case before the 3f ekterday who was as in trial LONG CAREER ENDS IN TWO YEAR PRISON SENTENCE Was Indicted in July 1913 and Succeeds in Postponing Evil Day of Beginning of Jail Sen tence for Three Years Hundreds of Prominent Towniis at Clarimlii Pay Their Last Tribute t Dead Statesman Special Co The GlobeGazette Clarinda of prominent lowang paid their last tribute to Colonel P Hepburn former congressman who died Mon day The body lay In state in the FJrat Juethodist church from 10 to 3 oclock the time set for the fu neral services The local G A R post had chargeof the ceremonies The services at the cemetery were conducted by the Masonic order Bus iness in Clarlnda was suspended to day the bbmissibn declared he was duru founded When Brandeis at the out sent of his closing armiment conced ed the contention of the railroads that existing rate returns wero in adequate for the prosperity of the roads and the best interests the public There is one incident firm ly fixed in my said CarmaK regarding a conversation which Mr Thorne had with me on the second day of the argument in the rate case Mr Thorne I understand stated that when the commission fixed the allotment of time for attorneys to argue the case he had aslted the privilege of being permitted to fol low the counsel for the shippers in stead of opening the argument Mr Thorne asked me what Mr Brandfiis position would be There cortalrly was no disposition to conceal it from Mr Thorne I am confident that I told Mr Thorne that Mr Brandeis fcwould take the position that th net operating income of tha carriers was not adequate with special stress on the Central Freight association ter ritory Further I said that Mr Brandeis would take the same posi tion that the methods pursued by the carriers to obtain greater reve nues through a horizontal five per cent increase was not the proper method of increasing their revenues I am quite clear that it was a result ft of this conversation that Mr Thorne wrote Mr Brandeis a note asking about change in allotment of time It Is very strongly niy impression that C4because Mr Thorns recognized the attitude Mr Braudeis would take that Mr Brandela got the the con K ception that Mr Thorne wanted an p to answer Brandeis In to Mr Thomes main argu ment in the Atlanta Feb Dav id Lamar comes from New York City early next month to spend two years in the federal prison at Atlanta there will return to the city a GetRlch vQuickWallingford who began his career here just a quarter oE a cen tury ago Lamar has trodden in many pathways since he left Atlanta In the early daya he set a hot pace in financial juggling and as he pro gressed he reached the zenith of hia career in New York Thsre he be came the Wolf of Wall much feared and much hunted Anl after his long career in the battle of wits which makes modern finance fate sends him back to the sceno of the very first chapter of his lUe story The gates of die federal pris on will yawn widely and the jailers will have a fervent welcome for che Wolf cf Wall Lamar must serve his two years says the United States supvsnie court for his impersonation of a gov ernment official Hon A Mitchell Palmer foitufT coujrrossnrui from Pennsylvania pUyed with him until ho vury last an 1 he has pur ceedad n postponing tlia ivn day for three years was Indicted Jn by ttfe in New York and was arrested in September 1913 in Washington La mar fought removal proceedings and it was not until the fall of 1914 and Lamar was forced to answer to the indictment In New York Lamar was convicted Dec 8 1914 and sen tenced for two years to the Atlanta penitentiary By appeealing from Ihe louver courts he kept out of the laws clutches until the supreme court decided finally that he must serve his term A congressman Is a federal official says the highest court and Lamar must pay the toll for his impersonation Lamar first landed in Atlanta In 1891 He was a dashing handsome young man in those days with black hair and curling black mustache With him was his wife a beautiful blonde He called upon a promi nent newspaper man and offered him 200 for ths first three months for the next three months and there after most any salary asked for But he refused to state what his myster ious business was and the newspa per man declined the job You will always be plodding along at starvation was the smiling rejoinder of the mysterious Lamar TO IKE TRIP Thinks He Would Better Stay at WosliinRton and Watch Army uud Kuvy Bills Inciibatc Special to the GlobeGazette Washington Feb president has definitely given up the Jdea of making au extended southern trip to speak for prepar edness He told senators and rep resentatives who invited him to Tjarious cities that he might later make a few speeches but at pres ent would not make another trip The president concluded he was needed in Washington to keep In touch with the army and navy bills and other legislation Want Roil Arbitration A resolution calling upon rail Six MTIJBS OF SEWERS m Northwood Feb cul mination of a years debate and consideration came in the council meeting Monday aveislng when a re gr solution was adopted unanimously for sewerage for Northwood During the past season tho mat ter has been pretty thoroughly threshed out trips of Inspection have been made to other towns and the Judgment of tho movement carefully Investigated Tha Improvement will consist of about six miles of sewers costing In the neighborhood of nnd will ba paid for by the abut ting property owners The matter will not need to go to a Vte of the people as the incorporation Is not asked to bond itself Work wl start ns soon as all legal formalities are complied i with and the contracts let The council was unanimous in voting this much needed improvement BOARDS PULLMAN ON UNION PACIFIC AND MAKES RRAKEMAN TAKE COLLECTION FIRES FEW SHOTS AS SORT OF AN OFFERTORY PIECE Afer Rrakeman Has Passed the Hat for Jewelry Money and Other Valuables the Robber Takes Loot and Jumps From Train roads and their employes to settle their wage controversy by arbitra tion was adopted by the chamber oE commerce of the United States representing more than soven hun dred organizations of business men throughout the country Another Incident Secretary Lansing announced that he had sent to the Austro through Ambassador Penfield a dispatch asking for infjstigation and planauon of the attack by an Aus trian submarine on the American tank steamer Petrolite The secre tary said the published statements that demands had been made on the Vienna government were not true but that It was within the range of possibility that demands of some sort might be made in the future should the investigation and explanation asked warrant them Special to the GlobeGazette Cheyeane Feb lone bandit bold up and robbed twenty passengers in a Pullman aboard the eastbound Union Pacific train No 18 last night between Green River and Rock Springs Wyoming The robber escaped by leaping from the train when the alarm spread to the other cars A posse left Green Rlvei In pursuit The bandit is supposed to have boarded the train at Green River The first intimation of his presence is said to have been when he cover ed Brakeman Taylor in live sleeping car with revolvers Taylor was com pelled to pass the hat in which the prssengers deposited money and otiei valuables According to the train men several shots wens fired to In ttinldate the passengers Oity Engineer Will Take in Road Building Conference At cago Next Week Clil E P Wilson city engineer of Ma son City Iowa will attend the Na tional Conference oC Concrete Road Building which takes place at the Auditorium Hotel Chicago from But I wont be in was the I Tuesday Feb 15 to Friday Feb 18 PARTMOUTHH WINTER OARNI 6pectal to he GlobeGazotte 1 Hanover N Feb winter carnival at Dartmouth College being held today Friday and Sat urdRy The uaual ski jumping snow iticea and other events will tak6 Splaoe rejoinder of the man wlfb declined Lamar organized a wildcat insur ance company and stung one citizen to tliotuno of 12000 For this he was tried but having like the orig inal kept within the the case was dismissed against him His next venture here was a stock company to promote street car ad vertising He was so very oily and plausible that he secured booking Among those who contributed was Dr Joseph Jacobs Of course it fail ed to pan ovit The next venture was an accident Insurance company for railroad workers and elaborate offices were opened He secured a bank credit it Is said by use of a bogus chock and Induced a young society man of Atlanta to buy a half interest for The insurance soon failed and Lamar had all the money A warrant was sworn out for him and when the bailiff went for him La mar asked to be excused while he finished his dinner with his wife He was living In a fine house at the time While the bailiff waited La mar dined and chatted and laughed as it nothing was about to happen On the way to tho police station Lamar stepped into a telegraph of fice and left papers without being detected Subsequently the papers were turned over to his wife without the officers knowing it While un der arrest Lamar paid a bailiff ten dollars a day to guard him and walk about the streets with him Lamar also beat this case in the courts Having about worked Atlanta to the limit Lamar left and went to Mobile where he bought the wa terworks and the street car company After pocketing a few thousands he also got out of that deal But times were too slow for him in the south He went to New York where he be came the secretary of Russell Sage the multimillionaire He went on Wall Street won prizes with his fine horses and lived high Dr Jacobs one of hia Atlanta vlc inclusive This will be the most Im portant national gathering on the subject ever arranged and in addi tion to Mr Wilson who is a member the advisory committee of the conference it will call together most of the other distinguished road build Ing authorities of the country While in Chicago Mr Wilson will attend the Chicago Cement Show which opens on a mammoth scalo in the Coliseum and First Regiment Ar mory on Saturday Feb 2 The show will close on the evening Feb 19 With the exception of the National Automobile Show the Chicago Ge ment Show will bc tba largest in dustrial exhibition ever hold in the City by the lake ARMED MERCHANTMAN TREATED AS WARSHIPS Special to the GlobeGazette Berlin Feb German government is about to issue a memorandum to neutral govern ments announcing that hereafter armed merchantmen belonging to countries at war with Germany will bo considered and treated as war ships Listen to Telling tlio and Why of Combustion and Kx plosion of Kerosene and Giisolino The jargon of the automobll world crept into the suit of Miss Nel lie Carter against the Marshall Oi Company for damages fo injuries sustained In an oil exploslo in Dec 1914 when expert witnease were closely ruestioaed and cross questioned as the theory of combus tion of various kinds of oils the tern peratures at whichi they will Ignite and the range of combination of va por from the oil and air which i explosive The attorneys and witnesses start ed out with an exploded kerosen can as a basis of discussion but the ended up talking about too rich mix tures and too lean mixtures carbu retors the relative ranges of explo sive limit of different kinds of 01 In engines and other features whic made it hard to tell from the test mouy at tho Instant whether the sul was one over an accident or an auto mobile A few years ago the technical tal about mixtures and explosion would probably have been Greek t the average juror but it is doubtfu it there is a man on the panel hear Ing the Carter case who has not ha some experience with internal com bustion engines The defense in cross examinatio emphasized the fact that with th tehiperature conditions right to giv an explosion at all the range of mix ture of vapor from the oil and ai from kerosene is wider than tha from gasoline This might bo use as a basis for a line of testimony t establish that the explosion at th Carter home might have been from kerosene The experts GIvRMAJV CONSUL HE WROTE PAPEN LETTER Special to the GlobeGazette New Orleans Feb Paul Roh German consul at New Orleans admitted to the Associated Press that he wrote the letter tak en at Falmouth by British agents from Captain von Papen the re called German military attache which British officials said was signed with the initials R V and ascribed by them to H von former German con sul at New Orleans tlms heard of his new ventures and went to New York and collected ev ery cent that Lamar had swindled him out of told or experiment hree Mfn Dead in Rooming House it St Paul Victims of Gas Leak pecial to The GlobeGazette St Paul Feb men one nidentlfled said to be from North akola were found dead In bed at tartin Skariis rooming house on inth street by Mrs Skarua Death evidently due to gas apparently ccidental Two of tile men T B rosby and Charles Davidson were mployed by a local bill posting ser ice Three came to the house about 0 oclock last night It is believed gas jet was defective Joy Scouts Show an Increase of 40 Per Cent tho Past Ycnv and Visit President Wilson Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Feb 10 An in crease of 46 per cent In membership during the last year was announced at the annual meeting of tho national council of Boy Scouts of America The increase to boy scouts masters made the year the most pros perous in the six years history of tho movement Among tho significant terns of the chief scout executives was that scout troops hue teen organized in almost every church denomination in the country hat 34S9 troops met in churches 8G troops met in school buildings armories and community Institutions that 7057 scout masters Includet clergymen physicians lawyers teach ars and other professional men al of high character Among the fna tures reported were the department of education provided by two special jlfts training courses in several un versities and colleges budgets pro vided in forty cities and a library department concerned with the luflu ja of books on Wilson received members of natlona council at White House and spoke to them of his high regard for the worl they are doing MORE ALMOND EVE TROUHLB WAS PRESIDENT OF RANK AT PANORA FOUNDEO BY HIS FATHER 10MMITTED SUICIDE AT HOME LATE YESTERDAY III Health and Despondency Are the Causes Attributed for Conunssion of the Rash Act of M M Reynolds Special to The GlobeGazette Panora Feb M Rey nolds 57 years old president of the uthrie County National Bank broth er of George M Reynolds president of the Chicago Commercial and Con lnental Bank committed suicide at lis home here late yesterday George Reynolds is now seriously ill at Los 111 health and despondency Is given as the cause of M M Rey nolds act M M Reynolds was president of the founded years ago by his father George Reynolds and his brother Arthur both began their banking careers here later going to Des Moines and finally to Chicago where they have made notable busi ness records TEAR DOWN WALLS Wrecking of Old Elks Building Now Visible From Ontside THERE ARE SIGNS THAT MILITARY OPERATION OF IMPORTANCE IS PENDING BULGAHS SEEM READY TO BN7VADE GREECE SOON Duels Continue on French Front with Great Ferocity with Gnins Tor Roth Teutons and the French Forces ePoule can now plainly see prog ress of work leading up to the con struction of the new M B A sky scraper at State and Michigan streets Tearing down of the walls of the Old Elks building tho corner was begun today The street has now been barricaded on tho east side and will be closed to traffic about the building until the new building is finished Special to the GlobeGazette Shanghai China Feb cliow in the southern part of Sze Chuen province has been captured by the Yunnan revolutionists ac cording to the word received hero Special to the GlobeGazette New York Feb Brooks president of tho Western Union Telegraph cnpany dropped dead in his office heje FARMERS TO 31 RET Coming to Northwood and Kensett February 21 to WIUJAMETTE IITVEK IS HUNNIXG HIGH ALSO Special to the GlobeGazette Portland Feb Wiliiamette rior rose suddenly here to the eighteen foot stage The weather bureau had predicted that tho flood crest would not ex ceed seventeen and onehalf feet and this was not expected until to morrow It is believed now that the river may rise to the nineteen foot stage MINNESOTA TREASURER IX SKRIOUS COXilHHOX Northwood Feb Farm ers Institute will be held this year at Kensett in Grays ball two daya Monday and Tuesday February 21 and 22 and at tho court house at Northwood Wednesday and Thurs day February 23 and 24 President E II Miller and Sec retary Oscar Rusted have already secured promises for some good speakers and a complete program will be ready for noxt weeks coun ty papers Among the speakers will bo Prof Special to the GlobeGazette St Paul Feb T Smith state treasurer who Is ill at a Minneapolis sanitarium is re ported still in a serious condition ami will be unable to come to St Paul for consultation with state eiul county officials regarding ir regularities in funds in his office A detective guard at tho sanitarium conttrtues There were no develop ments In the case today NO STANDARD FOR S U I STUDENTS Town City Feb 1 Is no doubjg standard of social conduct at the nisivorally of Towa Last week MIsa Anna Klingenhagen dean of women took the party privileges for Signs that a miliinry of sonic iniixirtuiicc may bo im in the Balkans ivus fur iiaflicd the Bulgarian Kovern ment organ at Sofia which in u IceadiriK artiric assorts tin right of ISiilKnriu o invade firccce lor an nttjKk on tho Fiendi aiil tlio forces tlusrc It clcclirea that Bulgaria cannot permit flieso foes to remain item1 tier borders Artillery Duel Berlin Feb duota continue on French front with jnsat ferocity The capture from tha French of a large section of trench northwest of Vlmy in the Artoise region is announced by the German army headquarters A mine crater near Neuville In the same section was retaken South of Somme Hie French gained a foothold in a small part of one of the German first Hue trenches Physician Forbids Local Wrestler From Meeting Hurt Munday at tlio Lake Tonight Lloyd oE the Ames college also n man to talk on grain and a lady to speak on home economics both from the college Prof Mcyer I a vconth away from sixtyfour uni versity girls who went to cafes after the recent freshman PanHellenic pnvty The girls wore escorted by lioltz of tlio university at freshman hoys There is a university they performed witli kerosene an with the oil from the tank and th relative results They poured koro seen from a can onto a red hot sui face without explosion Many Objections Tile testimony of the experts ha been rather slowly taken because o continually interposed objections of tho defense to the line of question ing scarcely a question being asked that was not met with1 an obejction Most of the questions and answers thus far have been allowed to stand however Plaintiff Finishes The plaintiff finished introduction of testimony today and the defense has commenced examination of its witnesses City will hava an educationi al topic These spfiakors will bo heard at both places Arrangements linivc been made with the Northwood schools for an oration before each program Watch for the complete program next week regulation forbidding the pirlii to HVUUY TEST CASKS TO SUPJiKMK COU1ST TEXAS 19 SAFE Special to the GlobeGazette London Feb Swedish steamship Texas New Orleans for Gothenburg which Tuesday repori eu by wireless that her cargo of cotton was on fire arrived in Liquor Men of Ihivenjxirt Afjico That Permanent Injunction He Is sued Against Them Eliminating Necessity of Hearing Court in Lower Davenport Feb ality of Iowas statuatory state wide prohibition law known as the mulct law repeal will be tested out in the supreme court immediately as a result of action by Davenport saloon men today The liquor men arrested for keep ing their places open after Jan 1 agreed that a permanent injunction forcing them to keep their places closed shall be issued against them This action eliminates the neces sity for a hearing In the lower court and tho case 5s expected to go to the sunrenie court such to cafes nftrr dances but no res n In tion for the boyn Upper class fraternity men how ever have punished tho freshmen who escorted tho the cirls by taking away their party privileges for two weeks The fraternity men say their action was voluntary Because hia physician has ordered him to remain in bed for lew lays and nurse an attack of grip and rheu matism with which he has been suf fering for almost a week Paul Preliu cannot meet Bert Mundan In a han dicap match at Clear Lake tonight He was to attempt to throw Mun flan three times in an hour tlio match being brought about by an ar gument between Clear Lake and Ven tura wrestling fans Amamlus Tageson another well known Mason City wrestler will sub stitute for Prclm so a good bout is assured Tho match is guaran Money RiicK The announcement is authorised that if anyone thinks the program offered tonight is worth than the iiiront admission fee his money will o returned without quibble or com plaint There will ho two good pre iiuinary matches Round Trip It is announced that all persons to Clear Lake on the 7 10 car CHANGK IN ICKSLEY I5ANK Kesley Feb Farmers Sav ings Bank of Keslay has again part ly changed hands H Folken who has had the actlvs management of the bank until recently and others Interested with him having dispos ed of their stock to members of the K C Green family who formerly owned a block of the stock Under the new management K c Greene is president John K Green cashier and M J Green assistant cashier K C Green la probably wealth iest man In Butler county He owns 2000 acres of Butler county land in tho neighborhood of Kesley every acre worth from to He also has land holdings In small amounts n fourteen states of the XTnton Iowa and owns build ing blocks In several cities consld OrahVa atzo will be given the a round trip rate To Meet Soon Prehn will carry out his bargain to wrestle Mundan as soon as his phv Hlcian thinks his condition will admit of his doing so FISHBECK UNLUCKY Admnn Ifms Two Acci dents Roth Painful Ones Two accidents both painful ones have fallen to the lot of R Fish beck advertising man for the Glohe Kette yesterday and today Last night as lie was leaving a street car on his way home he fell and sprain ed his ankle He hobbled down town with a cane this morning and went about his work though not feeling at all well As he was coming out of the First National bank building lat er In the morning he fainted and fell heavily to the pavement knocking two or three teetti loose and breaking hia nose He was taken to a doctors office and glvsn first aid and then KPlit tn hid
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