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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                WEEKLY EDITION ADVERTISING g what you want in a few lines of getting what you want is simple arid easy the GIobeGnzetto way VOL XXIII REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE VVORLDTODA YS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS The Weatlier For cloudi ness with probably showers Thursday uul west portion tonight MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY 29 ORDERS THAT AMERICAN PRISOrVEHS AT CHIHAUHAU BE TAKEN TO JUAREZ AND RELEASED NO 214 imit Col J F Rice Arrives at Dodge to Tnke Charge of Traffic is Unknown GREAT REJOICING IN EL PASO AS TROOPERS ARRIVE Des Moiues June no definite date for departure from Des Moines was given lour railroadv yesterday received instructions to prepare to take the Iowa troops to the Mexican border The railroad men were given the impression that they will have five to seven days to get the equipment assembled J F Rice with the rank of lieu tenant colonel has reported at Camp Dodge to take charge of the traffic arrangements of the Iowa troops lie was in conference with railroad men yesterday The business of hauling the Iowa troops south will he divided as equal ity as possible between the four roads running into that territory Under the arrangement announced yesterday the troops will go as fol National Guard Troops Still Continue to Go to the Border as Ordered and Others Will Follow in Near Future Twentythree neero troopers of tlio Tenth Cavalry and Lem Spillsbury Mortion scout cap tured by Mexicans at subscQUcntly confined in CliihauhiKi neiiitentiary were brought to the border at neon todav ami a short time later wore turned to tho Ameri can military authorities V shout of laujriiter niise from thousands of luaroy Mexi cans who gathered to witness thoanival as tiie negroesf ti ed from theSpecial prisoners were dressed the scantiest most noiidescvipt Some had only trousers Orio wove a shirt while a towel encircled waist Others heads wore decorated with ban danas AH tho troopers were worn and drawn Iroin lie experience and all serious save mio who wore ii broad smile and tills lie made himself the im promptii spokesman of his fel lows Wo sure arc glad to get he grinned Special to The GlobeGazette El Paso June Jacinto Great Western First Infantry regiment Rock artillery bat teries and auxiliary troops Burlington and Wabash will take the Second and Third Iowa infantry regiments to the border Tiie First ir fan try will leave Des Moines first according to DID plan The artillery will follow The Sec ond and Third regiments will be the last to leave Camp Dodge Destination Xot Known ft has not been determined whether the Iowa troops will go to Kl Paso or San Antonio he railroad men said that all of the available equipment yesterday was going into Illinois Wisconsin Missouri and Nebraska to take the troops from those states to Mexico When this equipment is released they said it would be available for the Icwa troops We do not know definitely and Mr Rice says he does not know when the troops will be ordered out of Des but we figure from the way orders are being issued that it will be a week before they en said one traffic manager The First regiment will need fifty one cars most of which will he sleep ers The train will be run in about ve sections The Second and Third regiments ill use fortyfour cars each Bri gade headquarters will take thirty five cars Four trains carrying Vermont na tional guardsmen will pass through Des Maincs late tonight on the way to Mexico They will travel by way of the Great Western Djscuss Troopers Actions Gen ll A Allen and Col Geor SOMK Ol1 TUK TICXT11 CAVAL15 Y IX JAIUIAL Here are the troopers of the Tenth these are the men Major Tompklns la when he fled from Columbus Cavalry the men whom Villa m oummuua tacked In Columbus N and t in iarrai u 13 oeneveu protest sfgamst the continued pro same troops across the line after VII lias resulted in the death of one sol enco of American troops in Mexico dicr and it has caused Cnrranzas protest srgainst El faso lime Jacinto JBH ji ana uol Ueorge Treviuo has ordered that the Morsnn U S confored yesterday can prisoners interned in the peniwitu Adj Gen Guy E Logan at the tentiary at Chihuahua City be taken state house to discuss the serious tentiary at Chihuahua City be taken taken to Juarez and there with situation their arms and accountrenieiits be which Qut of 308 developed when members of the lllcll cU Ilia illltl iliuuutl LI cllltMLia LJC Ui LUU l released according to 1Hst Iowa cavalry in camp at W Tun nr 1 n n iN 0 1t l t received at tha Juarez cornmaudaucia Mexican authorities asserted that Gen Georga Bull commanding the El Paso military district had been notified ot General Trevinos i order and that the prisoners were expected to arrive in Juarez today which General Bell did not deny the re port but refused to discuss it There were twentythree Aineri North Liberty refused to take the federal oath for service in Mexico As this reduced the men willing to take the oath to 112 Major Wildman unable to take the force into the The smallest cavalry force can be accepted is four troops with sixtyfive men each Mai R P Howell of Iowa City commanding the cavalry has been or mere were twentyunee ivmen uwea or can troopers held at Chihuahua City to report to the state house to excluding Leni Spillsbury the Mor a5 fO1 another conference to deter raon scout Army headquarters here xvhni said any report on Ihe Mexican bid by General Funston at San Antonio Train Is Late El Paso June train car rying the American prisoners releas ed from the Chihuahua penitentiary had not reached Juarez at a It was reported it might not ar rive before nine oclock Pending the arrival and transfer of prisoners to the American side the traffic be tween Juarez and El Paso was shut off ind other steps taken to prevent any disorder Troops Ou to Mexico Chicago June bear Ing troops from the eastern depart ment bound for tho Mexican border continue to pass through Chicago to day Early this morning the Third New York ambulance and field hos what shall be done with the cav Cavaljymeu All Farmers One army office yesterday pro posed that tho cavalry be brought to Des Moines and be sent to the border for duty The officers do clared that the men were willing to Men Who Rcffuscd to Take Oath lloughly Handled at Oimii arc Protected Des Moines June slackers who refused to take the new oath for service with the Iowa National Quard in Mexico were haz ed Tuesday night by their com inradea at uni forms were stripped from them and the men were sent to Dps Moines today in overalls to be sent back to the home stations The men were given rather rough treatment All Mondayr erals office askin tion homo monaay rcijtlliiis xmeAl from the same companies labored to induce the men to change their minds and take the oath At midnight when they still held out the liazing began The men were taken from their tents stripped anrt painted with iodine They then were placed under the shower batha and tbe waiter turned tbe streaks yellow The men then were chased out of camp 1 Garbed Ui OvevaUs Being unaM to return to Des Moines without clothing overalls find old shirts were found for tbe eight men They were refused caps In charge of a sergeant the double quartette arrived in town yesterday reported it the adjutant gen for transporta In the parly were three married men They were permitted to return home n their uniforms as the men from their company protected them from hazing These men have fam ilies to support Their comrades cheered them as they left camp to that they adopted the right course in remaining at home lo take care of their families A XeftTO in the Crowd One negro was in the band of quit lers He refused to take the oath Had he remained in the guard for twelve hours more he would have missed beius labeled a coward and have been given an honorable dis charge An order came yesterda to the Iowa officials that no Negroes are Lo bo enlisted In tbe companies in any capacity This bars the colored cooks who have previously been per Tony Aluimstiishi Emplayee of tho Northwestern K Murdered iy Bunk Car Last Driv en Throuish Have Ao Clue to Murderer American Language Peliherate In sult to he American lin Diplomats Ierk Up Makes Special to The GlobeGazette Washington June 29 Austrias probable reply to the United States demand for reparation for the Aus trian submarine attack o the Ameri can tank steamer Potrolite was the Will Jive the Madison University Student Another Grilling on tho Stand Today Special to The GlobeGazette Waukogaii June fur ther scorching fire of the cross ex amination of Will 11 Orpot accused of murdering Marion Lnmbert his high school girl sweetheart was ox A inu JUKI nunvjui gL11 tiweeiiieari was ex subject of widespread comment here jpeeled when the trial of the former today The text of the new American University of Wisconsin student was note dispatched to Vienna eight days ago was made public by the state de partment yesterday Tho comnumt plain to satisfy the demands the Austrian government must promptly apologize for the at tack punish the submarine command er and pay Indemnity it describes the attack on December S as a delib erate insult to the Aerlcan Hag pital corps consisting of 200 men jfused to take the oath Under the and 150 horses with equipment oath the men may bo taken to tho rived over the New York Central line 1 inningiu uuuiia wiuj nave previously Deen ner when first called but that theimttted at the camps Therefore or parenis of the young men have been ders were Issued for al colored meni antl have PUhers of the guard to return home vajled upon them to refuse to take The eight men sent home as slack ino oatn with the expectation that ern were from Council Bluffs Shon the troops will be disbanded aitdoah and Manilla The cavalrymen are all farmer boys It is said that their fathers want them to stay and work in the fields The appeal of Major Howell and a talk by Major Wildman to the men to remain loyal was without ef The cavalry troops are from Mnr engo Ladora Riverside Lone Tree Oxford Williamsbnrg and West Branch Of seventyoight members of the West Branch troop every man ro fect and was transferred to the Chicago and Eastern Illinois railroad for St LouJg The second battalion of the Fifth Massachusetts Infantry arrived during the night over the same road and was transferred to the Chicago Quincy ACCfSKD OP SLAYING HIS SWEMIIIKAIJl Special to The GlobeGaeztte Providence R June CQEO of James E OBrien a young factory employee charged witli shoot ing and killing his sweetheart Boa trlco Walter on the night o May 31 carno up in court today a pre liminary trial OBrien claims the fiiri killed herself in a suicide pact with him but that his efforts to kill himself failed border but cannot bo ordered to ad vanco into Mexico WKLCOM JOD IX WIXXIIKG Special to The CUobcOazetto June 29 The Duke nnd Duchess of Connaught and their party arrived in Winnipeg to day and received a rousing wel come The city was bright with col or tho decortations being the most elaborate scon here in years hTe ducal party will remain hero two days Tho chief feature of the pro gram will be a visit to Camp Hughes where His Royal Highness will re view the Winnipeg battalions In training there ADOPT MASON CITY PLAN New Jersey Contemplating a FVJ Voor of School with Summer Ses sions Trenton N J June board of education Is consiloring tho advisability of legntlienlng the school yefir For administrative purposes the division of the schcool money the year is now l 80 days find not less than four bourse consitute a school lay Advocates of the rnform desire to make the year not less than 200 dnys In the normal schools In the hope of reducing the teachers course from two yefirs to 18 months possibly by the introduction of summer ses MKKTtXG Memphis June 29 A gritt ifyingly large attendance marked the thirtyfifth annual meeting of the Tennessee Bar Association which op ened here today Leaders of the bench and bar from all sections of of Tenessee are present The annual address of President Charles L nureli of Memphis opened the pro gram The proceedings will contlnuo ver tomorrow Tony Manastasia a section hand working for the Northwestern Rail road was found dead in a bunk car near TwentyFirst St S W about this afternoon with three bul let holes in his body two in the left arm and one above the left hip a wound below the nipple and a stab wound on the left side of the neck which evidently severed the jubular vein He was in his night clothes and this shows that he crime was perpe trated some time last night pre sumably about midnight Children See Corpse Children on their way to school this morning noticed the corpse but thought that it was merely a pile of refuse or old rags and payed no at tention to being in a hurry and anxious to got out of the rain This noon however some of thorn crawled in through the open door and im mediately discovered the dead man Notify The children rushed to theii homes and notified their parents who notified the police station and the patrol wagon was rushed to the scene of Uie crime The police found the corpse lying flat upon ts face In a pool of blood near one of the cor ners of the car Tiie body was tak en to a local undertaking parlor where it is being prepared for bur ial Inmnrriod llllllt L I LTI1 The murdered man was unmarried and sinco lie has been here has batched it living in the car in which he met his death As far as is known he has no relatives Xo Clue As Yet As yet the local police force have no clue upon which to work but it is thought that he murder is the result of afeud wiiicii are so prevalent among foreigners The man was seen up town last night about oclock on his way home As the body was arrayed in night clothes it is thought that the murderer must have waited until he was asiop and then committed the crime TiiKiilar Severed The wound in the neck is over an Inch wide and could have been In flicted either with a case knife or by one of the laisa asp knives so pop ular with the oreigners Tbe jugu lar vein was severed completely and it is probable that he man did not live over five minutes after the blow had been struck Door Open The murderer had entered through tho door and in hs anxiety to escape had forgotten to close it Had it not been for this it Is probable that It might have been some time before tho crime was discovered but tho school childrens curiosity was arous ed enough to enter and it was then that tbe gruesome crime was de tected The police are working on the case but aa yet announce no clue New Mexico Guardsmen Arc the First to Cross Into Mexico in U S Mil itary Service Special to The GlobeGazette Columbus N June the first time since their mobillzatoin on the border National guardsmen crossed into Mexico on military serv ice last night Three motor trucks loaded with New Mexico guardsmen were dispatched down Pershings lino of communication to help guard against it being cut resumed today The time taken up so far in the examination or Orpet today dissipated any hopes that eith er the state oivlhivdeEense might have entertained for an early conclusion of SKXATOIl McCUMlIKH LUADS Special to The GlobeGazette Fargo N Juno from the stalewide primary yester day are meagre 113 the result ot a heavy storm Available how ever indicuti that United States Sen ator McLumber has probably defeat ed Governor Hanna for the republi can senatorial nomination Lynn Fni Kicr the nonpartisan league candi date for governor is loading John Durko for the democratic sennlorial nomination ami TJ WILCOX IS CIIOSKN G O P CilTAIttMAX Xow Iirked by sonal and Political Nominee York Is He is a 1cr IYiond of publican committed Those who conferred Now York June R Wilcox former postmaster of New York and former chairman of the public service commission was se lected chairman of the republican national committee this aftrrnoon and will manage Charles E Hughes campaign This statement was made by Mr Hughes after he had held a conference with members ot the so steering committee of the re with Mr Hughes were W Murray Crane of MassachiiKottes Ralph B Wilson of Oregon noise Penrone of Pennsyl vania Alah H Martin of Virgiania Charles IX Warren of Michigan Reed Smott of Utah James O Adams of Iowa Mr Hughes declined to discuss Ilio appointment but Intimated that the selection of Mr Wllco as national chairman was a personal one and due to his confidence in Ihe new chairman Tho new chairman is a close per sonal friend of Mr Hughes who when he was governor of New York appointed him to the chairmanship of the state public utiltities commis sion Although Mr Wilcox has been conipnrltivcly arjtive In republlcnn politics he has never figured promin ently as a member of tho socpHed organization crowd ire hns be longed to the Hughes group of re publicans In New York He is an Rttorney and is i3 years old HRRKS YOUIl OLIVE OIL Washington June seed crushed from the crop of 1015 total ed at tons compared with tons In 1914 the census bureau announced today leading for the democratic loriul nomination McArlhur is guberna Sir Casement Irish Knight is jiuuiul iuilly of High Treason and Sentenced to Death SpcciaJ the GlobeGazetta London June Sir Roger Casement has been found giiilly of high treason and sentenced to death Tho siding of tho historic trial came this falternoon and tho jury bring ing a verdict against the Irish Knight in less than an hour Todays session of the court wan given over to arguments of the counsel and Ihe charge to jury After Casement wns sentenced Daniel Bailey a private soldier held as his acomjilice was placed in the dock Tha ohief Justice directed the jury return a verdict of not guilty and Bailey was discharged Sir Rog ers chief counsel Alexander Sulli van who collapsed In he court yes terday was unnblo to appear totlny Tim argument was taken up by assistant Attorney General Smith summed up for the prosecution af ter which the Lord Chief Justice de livered charge After the vcrrtfct Sir Roger tin pan reading a very long statement It wns announced later hat charges against Bailey had withdrawn received ihe sure smiling at his pfatment wns a plea for tho right to bo tried by Irishmen and for ihe Trish nationality An appeal will be taken the been Sir Roger Casement sontoncr with compo A31LKICAN GENKKALS NOT KsO POOLED iiV KKXTUOhV Special to The GlobeGazette Richmond Juno 2fl The Kentucky Valley Medical association bogan Its annual meeting here today with many well known physicians and surgeons In atetndanoe The con vention program covers two days and provides for a largo number of pa pers and addresses on toplca of inter cat to the medical profession li1 AIAOIC GO WITH THKIH WORK A10KOL1ZIMJ SliHTIA Patrol Will Uo Hit in Former Oi dei While Any Uaujrer Froirj Umuiits Is Continued Special to The Washington June of ficial announcement of Carraii order relenHin tile Ameri can troopers captured at zal reached Uie stale dopart partmeiu today from special Uoaeis a Mexico City When he sen the last iiijjht Itodgrs expected to bo handed tinmiv Aineri can note at any moment Special lu The GlobeGazelle Tbe danger of an immediate break ivith the deiacto ttovern meiit was relieved by Cnrran action releasing tho troop ers but the crisis is only less imminent than before officials it Jie known that the United Stales will proceed with military iiiiparntioiis to ad equately sutcKiuii d the citizens ami continue lo purse the ban whenever Micro iV hope of overtaking them regard less of any action he Mexican military may take The developments had mi effect oil tho efforts lo speed alou tho mobilization of the naioiml Kiiiml Kveii should Uie Mexican rojily disclaim any hostile in tention and withdraw the orders to the military coiu Offensive to United States the border patrol lvjli bo maintained at the strength con while any danger Irom bandits is oontiiiied Mexican Ambassador Desig nate Arredoiidi rereivod n messiiKO from Koreimi ler Amiilar dial Cm rauxii had orders ti len eral Trevino to release I went v tlirw American caitarcd lit Cnrrixal and since prisoners at Jliiliimhua City cievelopment ithe niuiu Uon which was plain I v tho final breaking poijil 1111 relief to the officials hut it is admitted 011 all sides tho situation is still in a cal slnee Until i e uly tii the American inn future Inienlinns 1 the defaolO uovernmen as demainl ed by iie course to he followed by he American KOV ernmeiit will probably lieeome L S Soldiers Special to The GlobeGazcict June sonato approved and sent to the Ahito House tiie confeiunco report on Iho Hay resolution aullioriziNg the presi dent to draft into the federal service all National guardsmen taking tho prescribed oath On the approval voted by tho House last night As finally agreed upon the resolution is stripped of both the house provisions for the fi nancial relief of the dependents ot tho guardsmen and the senate amnd ment authorizing the release of tho members of the guard having famil ies without means of trans ferring guardsmen to ffdorn sorvico will make them available Ior any service like regulars and they llo takon over for pcrlod of emergen No Mediatinii Considered Special to Tho GloboGaxetto Washington June Caldoron minister from liolivia and Kufael 55alvidnr minister from Sal vailor called at the state department to renew their efforts to learn whether the United Stales would en tertitin an offer of mediation in tha Mexican difficulty Atfer a brief con ference with Lansing Culderon said be had been told the Unitod States could not discing mediation In the absence of infoiillation of Carranzaa reply to the last note The ministera reminded Lansing or the interest ot all American republics in the pre servation of peace and said ho would cal ngnln when Carranzas reply received   

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