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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 2, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                For Business office call For Editorial looms Call CJloboGazette Telephones WEEKLY REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THE LMPUUTANT EVENTS OP THE NOT Weather cIoiMly continued except showers and wTmcr northwest MASOX MAY ifUNITED STATES HAS NO IDEA OF ACCEDING TO OBREGOMS REQUEST CONFERENCE HAS NOT REACHED DEADLOCK i SLrouy Hopes of Worlvinjj Out Plan of Cooperation for iUiimiiuj Down oi AMERICAN JfKGRO TROOPS C5OIXG TO FIGHT AT ACUAS CA ess THE AMERICAN COMMANDER CLOSELY STUDIES EVERY REPORT RECEIVED SCATTERED RANDS OF ViUJSTAS PURSUED Iii Little Groups of Two and Three the Bandits Are Flee ing From Americans Into Special to The Kl May Funs ton annouucei today only one more conference will bo lie Mexican lives on flic military questions now nvistinjj between this coun try uud and he sniii it would be Generals Hcutt and Funstoii nre iivrnitliig u reply from Wash ington before wetting a time for tho Special to The May an ex between General f on ii tt J with1 General officials said negotiations up to date have been While General Obregon has urged that the American troops be with President they t no intention of granting the re quest at and is hopeful thai an agreement will be reached for co operation between the American and Mexican troops in the pursuit of Villa and other General Scott has been instructed to continue to press for such A long code dispatch from General Scott ar rived early today and Secretary Bak er is expected to send supplementary advices to Geenral Scott to reach him if possible before his second confer ence with That the confer ence had not reached a deadlock was also stated on official Mex ican Ambassador Arredondo will con fer with Secretary Lansing this aft To to The El May of the ScottPunstonObregon confer vl ence to consider the American mili problem in Mexico Is not to be litidertaken until late today or pos TSibly when It is petlie administration will have had time to digest the reports that have been sent to Washington by the American representatives of the war department Generals Scott and Fuuston with their worked far Into tlve night preparing data andre ports and the last code message dls patclied to the war department just before Several code mes sages have already been exchanged and It is understood that the army officers have asked permission to takp in all Its the question of withdrawing the troops from which his fellow conferees brought to the fore at the conference of That the conference here will fin ally settle the withdrawal question is not Washington bos sug gested it is that American rep resentatives obtain all possible data and inTormation bearing onthe ques tion that may be advanced by the Mexican conferees and forward a Cull report for the consideration of the state which now has Carranzas request for withdrawal of American troops under After conclusion of negotiations here for the withdrawal of the the American conferees are prepared to take up th proposition of cooperation of American troops with Carranza forces in crushing of the Villista HAVE OOJjP COURSE William who has charge o the golf course at the local country was in Charles City last week nssiting the promoters of the newlj organized golf club in that city in drawing up plans for a new links The course will no a ninehole and Livle says that the locatloi a firstclass He will go t Charles City again this week ant mark out the Special to the GlobeGazette Field lay com nander of the expeditionary troops n is concentrating his ery effort in estimating the sltua that he may plan for every pos sible future Every ro ort from the advanced ctvalry col or those reaching here from he border is studied thoroughly In in attempt to obtain a proper per Scattered bands of Villistas are given no Columns of cavalry are constantly on their and hese now In groups o wo or three and are making heir way far into tha mountain re gions in their attempt to escape the NEOROES OF THE TENTH CAVALPTf FRENCH REAT HACK ATTACK MADE ON DEADMANS HILL POSITIONS TEUTONS SLIPPERED ENORMOUS LOSSES French War OiTice Claims Its Forces Held AdvantageFol j Last IN ATCASAS GRANDER Here are the uegroeBO the Tenth i company of United States troops in Specialto May a result if tho secret exchanges which have aken place between the United itates and Germany during the last including the conference ot Cmperor William and Ambassador the authorities here uiider itand That Germany has no desire or a of relations with the United and Indeed is anxious or a continuances of friendly rela That Germany substantially vill meet the wishes of the UnHed States in connection with her future operations against That Germany believes that he United States should address tself to the allies with a view to ter minate violations of interna tional directed to the end of starving the German That so far as the channel steamer Sussex is Ger nany stands ready to make such rep aration as the facts iu the case may Coming over the wires last night is a long dispatch crom Ambassador setting forth the views ex pressed by Kmperor William and his response The state department received a cablegram this morning notifying It that the dpatch had been This was in plain Tho mes sage now being received is in Enough hns been translated to show that the emperors reception of the American Ambassador was tliough there was no doubt of the imperial belief as to the neces sity of continuing submarine opera The entire translation will be handed to Secretary Lansing tomor row and a copy of It will be laid before the president later in The understanding of the depart ment is that the kaiseiJs talk with Gerard was for the direct Infor mation of President In other the head of the Ger man preliminary to a formal answer to the American has taken the diplomatic situation out of Ihn hands of his advisers and has ad dressed himself directly to the task of placating the head of the Ameri can Until the emperors views are be fore the president and the forma note from the German government Is at hand the president will be unable to decdo what steps to It IH perfectly evident that the aim of the German diplomats Is to place siiunre ly upon the shoulders of Wilson the responsibility for any rupture o May German troops in nse masses made a violent attack ast night on positions captured by he French north of Deadmans lill on tho Verdun but the was defeated by the French he war office report of the after 10011 The the an suffered enor IOUB Sunday Ijmv and Who Monkeyed Will the llooze Law Sau in British Steamer Reported Sunk of a Transport Lost in United Stateo under Col onel killed thirty Vil Hstas in the fight at Aguas This photograph shows theiii cheering on the way to tlio Beneath is a their trenches at Cnsas Grandes uhowing they are prepared for an attack that may come from Carranzi troops REBEL L my rilOUGHT IRISH REVOLT IS ABOUT AT AN AS FEW HOLD OUT SOME 1RRECONCILARLES SNIPING FROM HOUSETOPS iiven in the Rural Districts liis ntiected Ones AIT Uehu Per suaded o Lav Down Special to Tho GlobeDiixetto May nii iiounceniciH wns iiiudo this alt tcriioon that nil rebel lenders in Dublin luid Special to The May British steamship City of j Special to the GlobeGazette owned in has been May Konrtli District Oul Shortcoming of OllicUiIs in Points iMiiocritic ToriHdo Special to The May is reported from Salouiki that a German submarine has torpedoed a large transport with many troops It is said the doed off Kara ten miles east of This is the second In stance in which a transport is report ed to have been torpedoed near Sa This report is contained in a dispatch from which credits this news to the Greek Nea Alithia of newspaper There was something doing in po lice court this not only the but the uusual batch of vio lators at ordinances being up before Judge The proprietors of the Regent and Biou were each up for their weekly mulct and paid a fine ot for opemtlng their moving picture shows oil Alleged Max DeVarsey had a new car that was working and he put a little too much gasoline into the carbu with the result that he hit a elip that was a little too to be In strict conformity with the or and Judge Hayes thought a fine would act as a good ointment and it was so Stauffer had the same kind of a charge lodged against but lie couldnt see it just the way his informal and he declared there was no violation ofthe speed ordin This afternoon at 2 oclock the case was called for trial and Stauffer is represented by a George Bnskotos and Tom Paros each forfeited bonds in the sum of for violating the muchabused ordinance three hundred end eighty That has to do with the transportation of The ex checnuer of the oily was increased by this to the extent of T IN ICE Special to The May fate caused by a drop of Courtentlia of a foot in the river since Saturday per vaded railroad circles Tho situation is now well in but with the possibility still existing of wrecks because of weak spots in the no chances are be ing An army of men is still patrolling the railroad rights of way north of here and trains are running On slow time all along the Mississip Tho decline of almost half n foot in the river here since Satur day considering the great volume of is considered South of LaCrosse the situation is now growing At Prairie the stage is thirteen inches higher than OOMVXV Special to the GlobeGazette May Goverew ment has filed a motion for a flnii dissolution decree In the antitrust suit against the American Can com pany in the federal district couir at The government asks that the corporation properties of the captain and crew of the Brit disposed of and that the company ish steamship caught In the ice in the White while on her way to Archangel shortly before together with the story of suffering from hunger and ex resulting In the death of all but three of the crew of twentysev and the suicide of the ships cap who maddened by hunger and shot was related here by sailors of the New Foundland steamer just in from The crew of the Bella which has been In Russian waters for more than a year met and talked with tho three only one of a Russian was PIOXEKIl s of Fullorton Sorry lc Hear of Her Special to The May number of casualties sustained by the British forces in Mesopotamia during March and April is given as twenty thousand In a Constantinople dispatch to the Over Seas News be enjoined from acquirinc an inter est more than one of the con cerng taking over the can company s strength has practically been agreed upon by tho senate and house con ferees on the army with plans for expansion as provided In the bill which has passed tho This wo u hi produce an of about men in war GO The many friends In Mason City and vicinity of Neil Fullerton a pioneer resident of Cerro Gordo wore shocked this morning at hearing a report of her Satj u April at her home on Special to Tho the farm near She had May supreme lieen in failing health for some I court today held that Ignatius Tim lin t was confined to her bed for but othy Triblch former iuom May no more vigorous speech iu arraign ment of tho Department of Agricul tural appropriation bill was made than that of Congressman for sixteen years a membcr of the House Committee on and for seventeen years a member of the House from the Fourth Iowa the ranking republi can member of the re sented what he termed inferences of the Department affecting the in telligence ot the average He emphatically upheld the point that the farmers of the country longer be termed Addressing himself to the approp riation tor the Bureau of Markets in the Agricultural Department Haugen declared that one of Its func tions is to inform the farmers as to the rates for shipment of product direct from the farm to the He said the farmer can go to the nearest railroad freight office and procure all the information as in fact he now Haugen contended that every railroad has a schedule of rates post ed In every but the depart ment now he that the farmer is not capable of com prehending the and there fore information should be furnished by I am getting tired of these insinu Haugen Not one day goes by but the intelligence of the people of the country is ques 1 have sat here seventeen We have been appropriating in the last ten years on the pretense that it is to educate these Ignorant farmers that this appropriation is for the purpose of enlightening and benefiting the Much of the bureau of markets appropriation is forsalary to its Haugen argued against legislating to furnish soft berths in the public and to give joy rides to many of the people employ ed by the We can not help the farmer by declarations In party he We can not assist the farmer by eulogizing him here In the House and tax him for unnecessary We can not assist the Twiner by making liberal approp riations for fat If we are going to benefit him do something for Special to The May reliels of tho rank and followed example oE their leaders and confessed the cause of the Irish Republic was by laying down their arms and at tha foot of the Parnell monument Pnckvilvle surrendering to the British About IftO of them who had founht since Monday in this central area marched out from their strongholds under a white Hag and gave them selves A few irreconciliibles con tinued sniping from their lairs were difficult to locale on the roots and among the rafters of buildings one of Ihe loaders of the uprising is said by tho government officials to be a prisoner and in the The reb els in the country districts are also being prevailed upon to The correspondent of the Associat ed Press visited the entire area of the disturbance Sunday and des olation and destruction showed how severe was the Thehavoc appears more extensive than it actu ally is owing to the amount of window of the law courts haa been shattered as the rebels had held the building for a week and valuable law and refernco bonliiand furniture were utilized to barricade the win dows and through the interstices bet tween bulky volumes the rebels snip ped without day and night and were fired on iu turn until they were compelled to evacuate the prem Houses all around were dented with bullet murks and some were barricaded with thick oaken Today the streets are full of curious people glad to be after their long detention in their dur ing which time they wore deprived oC food until authorities made provision for Down Corkhill and King Edward streets strong guards of troops are still in evidence and every passerby Special to the GlobeGazette May supreme court today affirmed the conviction of David the Wolf ot Wall fn the New York federal courts on charges of impersonating Representative Mitchell Palmer to Morgan and others with intent to Lamar is under sentence to serve two years in the penitentiary and to days action is the final word in Ihe MAY Iliriiuso to Modern a few The funeral services were to be held this morning at the Congrega tional church at her of tho British parliament and confessed must go back to Eng land for trial on a charge oE for SUlMCUVISOns The board of supervisors arc in session today and this afternoon are wrestling with some of the perplex ing problems conectnd with Drainage Districts 36 and A representative of a Chicago milking machine company was in the city last week in view of effect ing a consolidation of some of the dairy establishments here for the purpose of carrying en the business on a larger and more convenient Ho proposes to carry through a deal whereby he may install mod ern milking machines for the use of those memliers of tho consolidated company which will onablc them to give quicker and better service to their patronage nml cut down the expense for Two of tho lead ing milk dealers in the city luivo al ready expressed their willingness to consolidate and it is expected that others will join this The rep resentative will return this week to close the Shovild the deal be it will mean an other of iirogrcsEi for another Important Mason Cfly per   

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