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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                WEEKLY EDITION Nothing us Good la Just as Good as a want ad when the guest or task la one that advertising can uc accomplish for you REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OP THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OP THE WORLDTODAYS NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS Fair tonight anil VrJdny not much changes iu temperature VOL XXIII MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 1916 NO 218 TURNED OVER TO U S A THOR ITIES BY THE MEXICANS THIS MORNING AT KL PASO ONLY THREE HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED Body of One Man Fontul Fully Two Miles From Those of Eight Oth ers Who Were Buried in One Grave I I El Pnso July uotlios of Captain lioyd and Adalr and seven troopers of the Tenth CavaliT killed iit were brought to El Iaso today Only the bodies o the two offi cers and Private Dewitt Itucker were Identified Eisht of tho Americans were exliiuncd from u sinalc grave thu undertakers who brought bach the bodies The dead were dithered from the field of battle arid cast into n ditch This was then fill ed lip Captain Boyd Lieuten ant A lair and six troopers were stripped of their uniforms aiid mixed indiscriminately in the dirt v body of the was located miles distrint from tlie others He was wound ed ainl apparently dragged him self awivy to die in a gravelly waste beyond the town Scenes in sharp contrast to those a week when tho Car rimzii prisoners were brought here marked the return of the American dead In Juarez the event was scarcely noticed while here only a few hundred per sons diiiet and subdued replac ed the cheering throng that hud greeted the 23 troopers of tho tcivih Kxnmintition of the bodies showed Capt lioyd was shot through the right eye Lieut Adair died from a breast woui J f I Special to The GlobeGazette El Paso July Villistas are pursuing their victory over the Car ranzistas at Corral Ranch July 4 and have attacked Jiminez accvording to reports reaching mining men here today Military authorities in Jua rez are unable to confirm or deny these reports asserting the telegraph lines to the city have been out Reports from Chihuahua City fol lowing the engagement at Corral said that the broken Cawanzista com mand had retired to Jiminez which is twelve miles south of Chihuahua City and had been reinforced there by men under General Doingo Arrieta The Villista forces are said to number Uodies Returned Bearing the bodies of nine Ameri can soldiers who fell at Carrizal a train stood on a siding near the Mexican Central station in Juarez It wag arranged that later today the train will cross the Rio Grande bring ing back home the men who went to death for their country At day light a throng ot people had gathered at a railway bridge on the American side to do homage to the seven troop ers and their two officers Captain Charles T Boyd and Lieutenant Hen ry T Adalr j i S cj i BOOST RELIEF MOVEMENT Waterloo Will Hold Benefit Enter tainment for Families Waterloo July response to a proclamation by Mayor W R Law a mass meeting was held last night in the city hall to further the movement for relief of families of guardsmen at the front Public subscriptions are asked It will require about a month to supply the required service At a benefit to he given Friday evening in the Majestic theatre A Day at Camp will be pre sented Thirty boys 7 to 10 years old will represent tho militiamen All the proceeds will bo devoted to the families of soldiers MUST LOW10R Washington July carrying tho wool from Chicago to points in Wisconsin Minnesota and Iowa wore ordered today by the in terstate commerce commission to es tabllsh lower rates for carload sbip iments to compete with traffic from oast and middle west STESI HEBE JOLTZITH Midshipmen Will Take Examina tion lit Mason City in the Near Future Special to the Globe Gazette Washington July his selections on the ratings attained iu the competitive examinations held in March under the civil ser Haugen today sent to the Navy De partment the nomination of eight young men in the Fourth congress inoal district of Iowa for appoint ment as midshipmen All the young men will take the examination for entrance to the Naval Academy at Mason City Julv 37 except Archie L Grays of New Hampton nominated as principal for the western half of Congress man Haugens district He now is attending a preparatory school at Annapolis The complete Mat of appointees for both sections of the district at announced by Mr Haugen follow Western L Gray Hampton principal Donalri W Mason City first alter nate Walter C Dooley Lawler second alternate Paul Carus Blaise Mason City third alternate Eeastern Growth er Edgewood principal John Hubert T Opsabl Cresco second and M C Frederick Waukon third alternate PBG1M pttTOBS LECTliBE IGU CITY Features of Summer Session Are the Contributions of These Specialists Iowa City July A series of lectures which in itself Is almost the equivalent of a summer session course is being offered dur ing the summer monfclis at the State University of Iowa Fiftyone lectures have been reg ularly scheduled Many men of na ecV to appear on the program Last week Dr Louis B Terman of Le land Stanford university addressed the educators on the backward child problem Among other who are still to speak are Dean L D Cojmau of the College of Education of the Uni versity of Minnesota who Is sched uled for July 14 Dr William C Bagley of the University of Illinois July 21 Director C H Judd of the University of Chicago July 2G Members of the summer session faculty are delivering an average of about one public lecture a day on subjects wliiol supplement the vari ous courses which are offered in the classroom New Orleans July center of a tropical hurricane appar ently struck Mobile and Pen sacola and the section oe tween those points yesterday and last night according to local weath er bureau officials today The storm moved inland in a northwesterly dir ection from the Gulf of Mexico at an estimated velocity of about 80 miles per hour Grave fears were felt that it ihad caused much damage and pos sibly some loss of life FALL FItOM FATAL Cedar Rapids July cial Richard Grauerholtz a young man employed on the farm of Chas Relnheimer near Marion fell from a load of ihay and broke his neck dying a short time after the acci dent in a hospital here He leaves a mother three broth ers and two sisters SHOW WAOON SAVES AERONAUT FTtOM DEATH Failure of Iliraehiic to Open Sends linlloon to the Ground Clinton July C A Chandler an aeronaut of Indlanar polls while making an ascension at Sterling fell 350 feet from a huge gas balloon He sneered only minor injuries Chandler was attempting to make a spectacular double parachute drop the second parachute did not open and the thousands of spectators were dumb wilili horror wlien they saw the performer plunge head downward to the earth Part of his apparatus struck a show wagon which broke the fall and Chandler alighted on his feet with only the tendona of his leg muscles and feet badly sprained Try To Attorneys Pounding Awny in Effort to Shake Testimony of Cliemics as to Kind of Poison Wapkegan July ex amination of Dr J Wesner ex peit chemist in the Irial of Will Or pet charged rion Lambenijjjsjrir fu tile atteiMH iviaa testimouyssSoieraayr that the girl died from potassium cyanide taken in powdered torm Marian Lamberts shotted green overcoat was tnkon to the Waukegan yester day and those three accusing dobs of cyanide of potassium were rubbed out Dr John A Wesner poison ex pert officated The three white splotches vanished under the expla nations of the man of science Adroit questioningand wellchos en replies changed the color of the spots to black and inference stamp SrXJHIvTARY 01 STATE SAYS MWKR TO LAST NOTU WILL SOON 1HO NO INTKHMRIIIAKIKS TO HANDLE MATTKRS j Reports More New of Dreadful DiseaseToday in Different Illinois Special to the GlrbeGazette New York iriiiy dcimrtnixit today an nounced incomplete figures the 24 hours pre tuHling nino oclock this Dom ing 21 children died of infantile paralysis in the giroiitiv city Tins brings the toll of deaths in tiiu days to 171 Negotiations Will All lie Directly Be tween the Two Governments Diplomatic Channels Springfield July vr cases of infantile paralysis one Washin July 6 Formal ac each in Christopher Franklin coun ty Gibbon City Ford county and Streator La Salle county are re ported to the state board of health here today The Streator case was L J UV ed them on the character cf someceptame of Carranzas proposal that person unnamed whose obvious aim between the United States was to convict Will Orpet of tilia and Mexico be settled by direct nego girls murder Hits Suites Case Taking the witness stand at the opening of court Dr Wesener as serted The are more like contracted at Standard where four other cases are reported Special to The GlobeGazette Clinton July vic ims of two automobile accidents are n local hospitals or at their homes today suffering with injuries sus tained late yesterday Five were in jured when automobiles driven by George Mulligan of Clinton and Hen ry Schoening of Bryant met head on six miles east of Clinton The dust caused by the third machine had ob scuredthe view of the drivers The njured were Mr and Mrs Schoening Mr Mulligan Joseph Ryan and F Baker Charles Taylor the other member of the party leaped from he car in time to escape Injury Three others Dr and Mrs O G Runkel and their daughter Dorothy of Stockton were injured on the Illinois side of the Mississippi river when the steering apparatus of their machine broke and he lost control of the machine which turn ed turtle tiatious will be dispatched soon to Mexico City This was decided by Labmei Claims He Lost Sixty President Wilson at lais to Lust Night with Secretary Lansing Lansing will leave tomorrow fora months vaj The police are today cation tomorrow It is not stated mg a report that a laborer named c wn Ins reply bew Bachus employed by the yas re flus Departure but indications company was held up and robhvl of e U so on Fourth street S last eveii o are two at tlie most Washington July a con ference with President Wilson at tho White House today Secretary Laus iug said he thought he would reply soon to the Carrunza It is understood that all negoiiutions bc tweon this government and Carran Tiic victim ud not rep JIT UK theft himself and it uiJl thai tho policetermed of H Batbus said he marto ho bad hoard no complaint because men in other cities FOURTII OF JULY ACCIDENT The sevenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs J E Dennis was badly burned the nlghf of the Fourth She had been shooting off firecrackers all evening and just as thR last one was set afire the small girls dress caught fire Had her mother not been right there the Injuries would have proven much more serious but as it is the child will probably not bo scared MEETINO On account of Inability to secure the assembly room at the court house the meeting of base ball fans scheduled for tonight has been post poned indefinitejy za will be conducted through regujlini of tramps lap diplomatic channels and directly between the two governments who reported robberies bein locked tt Tiic police believe he was the vic Spccial to tho GlobeGazette New York July for discharge of national guardsmen with dependent relatives will he granted according to orders received from the war department today by Major General Wood commander of the department of the east The order also enjoins department commanders to instruct recruiting of ficers to avoid acceptance of recruits who have relatives dependent upon them Mescrvey July vicinity is holding Its postponed Fourth of July celebration deferred because of weather conditions today A pa rade was held this morning with a prize for the best decorated farm ers auto The committee to make the award was coin posed of W F Muse and County Auditor Frost of Mason City and Rev A N Burness of Belmond Rev Burness is the or ator of the day The crowd numbers fully a thous and persons and street sports and baseball are furnishing the amuse ments for the afternoon RHEIDLT ADVANCE TO AKEPOIFUCI Note From Facto Chief Opwis Way for Peaceful Adjustment of is Satisfied Washington D July crisis between the United States aud Mexico virtually came to an end to day when a friendly and conciliatory note from the de facto government was handed to Secretary Lansing and promptly communicated to President Wilson Formal statement of the attitude of the Washington government must await the presidents action bill there is no doubt In the of ficials that lite way has been opened for an amicable adjustment of the dispute as to the border which brought the two governments to the verge of war U S Keady to Cooperate Secretary Lansing gave the im pression however that General Car ranzaa suggestion that is no ponding question between the gov ernments which cannot he readily arranged by friendly negotiations meets with quick sympathy here A further Interchange of views Is expected to begin immediately look ing to joint efforts to curb border bandits and other irresponsible agen cies that have worked to embroil the two governments DA CON VENTION Special to The GlobeGazette Pierre S July repub lican stale convention selected Chas H Burke chairman W N Van Camp secretary today A contest is ex pected in the selection of a state committeeman chairman LANDLORDS ATTACHMENT Charles F Brady has filed a land lords attachment suit against Tom Harris the man who has been run ning a shine parlor at 10i North Federal The petition avers that rent is due and unpaid HHAIIING Preliminary examination in the Bo govela murder case will be held to morrow according to announcement ftt the sheriffs office this morning FIRST IIKIDK AT CAMP thin smears or smudges not trating deeper than the nap on the coarse placed there after Marian Lambert died Die powder on the palm of Mar ians right hand ana on her check was originally in powdered form Her death resulted from powdered cyanide His testimony shatters Use strong est link in the prosecutions chain of circumstantial Mar ian drank liquid cyanide no bottle could be found nearby and the con clusion was reached that Orpet must have taken it away McNuIly to Verify Story Dr Wesner directly contradicted Dr Ralph W Webster the expert who testified for the state Added weight to his opinions will be given today by William McNally diem Is to tae CooK County cornoner Mr McNally also was a stales witness testifying the day after lie was call ed into tho case That was on Tune 13 Since that date he had complet ed experiments which have caused nim to coincide with the views pf Dr Wesener Dr Wesener based his Important statement on research in his own laboratory He was convinced ho said that the threespots wore not made by potassium cyanide in liquid form because dlie poison in solution runs off woolen cloth In the same manner as globules of mercury He Nras positive that if tlie poison had spilled from the bottle on the coat at the time of the girls death the drops would have slid from it into tho snow Hints Sitots Were Fresh The witness also corroborated what is to be one of the salient fea tures of Olicmist MrjNallys testi mony The latter said that on June 12 when he first saw the coat ho detected the odor of potassium cyan ide arising from the spots This od or is not present after the cyanide has been exposed to tho atmosphere for throe or four weeks he said Marian Lambert had been dead near ly three months when the coat was called to his attention On the coat were streaks made by saliva which contained a little cya nide Dr Wesener was asked to ex plain why the odor was not to be found in the streaks as well as in the spots Me said ho could not un derstand such a condition unless the cyanide was powdered and there was more of it in the spols than in the streaks Even if sush was title case the od or should disappear from these stains within six weeks after they were made he said If all the stains were made by liquid the odor which resembles thatof peach seeds he said should be within threo or four weeks The fact that tiio coat bad been kept in a pasteboard box for several weeks after Marian Lambert was buried would not prevent the potas sium cyanide from decomposing and the cyanide passing off in a gaa known as cyanogen he said Sergeant flriimmoii Weds tto hlie Perform ed by Chaplain Nichols His Tent Camp Dodge July Miss Me lene Eugenia Willard a newspaper woman of Mason City belongs the distinction of being the first Camp Dodge bride and probably the first in any army camp in the history of Iowa She was married at oclock yesterday to First Sergeant S N Grummon Company D Second in fantry also of Mason City the Rev F C Nichols chaplain of the regi ment performing the ceremony at his headquarters The bride was attended by Miss Gail Haugen and Miss Florence Cowles of Des Moines The bridegrooms attendants wore Corporal Ralph Lloyd ones and Cor poral George Barrett of Mason The guests included Capt McKee J Heffner commander of Company D and Mrs Heffner Lieiils H W Odle and A C Echternacht of Mason City and MaJ S B Philpot of Fort Dodge The bride is a graduate of the Ma son City high school and Rockford college and for some time has been society editor of the Mason City GlobeGazette Following the ceremony members of the wedding party were guests of the officers at In the mess tent Mr Grummon when not soldering la engaged in the insurance business in Mason City For the present Mr and Mrs Grummon will live at the Randolph hotel KEIEAt THE PRIMARY LAW Rockwell City July their county convention here Satur day the Republicans adopted a reso lution favoring return to the old convention system under which rali roads were able to control all poli tics The resolution was a part of the indorsement of Harding for Gov ernor It follows Resolved That we favor tin nomination In state convention of all candidates for state offices to bo elected by the people of the state other than that of governor and lieutenant governor and we urge upoij our representatives la the eeventh general asombly to secure legislation to carry this pol Into effect Special to the GlobeGazette Berlin via London uly ad miralty issued the following report today One of our submarines sank an enemy submarine destroyer in the North Sea Tuesday Submarine which carried to Cartagena Spain an autograph letter of Emperor Wil liam to the King of Spain and ped icaiuentti for interned Udiiuarli re turned after carrying out tlie task successfully On this journey il sank the armed French steamship llerault capturing its The vessel referred to us a sub marine destroyer is probably one of a large fleet of small swift boats patrolling the North Sea on the look out for submarines Washington July en gagement between Revolution ists of Santo Domingo and American marines in which 27 Domiuicians were killed and five captured and one marine was killed and eight wounded is reported to tlie Navy De partment today by Rear Admiral Caperton The fight occurred July 1 before the tentative agreement was made for disarmament of the rebels ALLIES CONTINIK TO PUSH AT TS1K GER MAN LIXKS TODAY AWAXCH OF MOHM OR MAGNITUDE Onslaught of tho Entente Forces Does Not Semu to Ilu Diminishing to Any Marked Degree Londou July violent earth Caltonissetta Sicily causing the dentils of nearly 300 persons was reported in a dispatch fromm Rome which reported victims were In three sulphur mines which the earthquake caused to caveIn There have been several reports recently of selmic disturbances In Italy The volcano of Strowboli on the island off tho north coast of Sic ity has been in eruption for several days causing the inhabitants of ad joining districts to floe on relief ships sent fromm Messina SPECIAL SCHOOL ELKCTJON TOMORROW Tomorrow July 7 is the date act for the special school election when tho qualified voters of the city of Mason City school district will vote on the following proposition Shall the Independent school District of Mason City issue fconds In the sum of lor the purpose of procuring lots numbering one four five and eight in block number 31 for a site of a new high school to be erected thcroon by said district Tho polls will be open to the voters from n a m until 7 p rn Present Indications are that the vote will carry by a con siderable majority ns there Is a lack of asltation over tho proposition as was preva lent before tho elections on other sites previous to this el ectlon London July CAfter tuiinu second line German posi tions along a six mile front south of tho Somme in North ern Franco and making notablo advances north of that stream tho French last night temporar ily halted tlio offensive opera tions of their infantry Hard fighting continued along the lino of tho British attack and a linht advance was scored by General Haigs forces in tho vicinity of Thknval In Galicia the Russians con tinue to score marked successes After cutting ho railway leading south from Delayn they advan ced down tho line towards Ko Hungary and have taken the village of Mikonj cbine ho half point on I ho route from GERMAN STATKMKNT to Tho GlobeGazette Berlin July the cust om front after repeated attacks on the positions of Gentnil Von nothtncvs troops along one sec tor of the front in Galicia had been repulsed the Teutonic Cel transferred iicially announced Attempts of the French yest erday to advance In the woods southwest of Fort Vaux in tho Verdun sector were repulsed Minor progress was made bv tho British near Thiepval and was bnlimceil by counter attacks Iurther south tho British gained IV fotllol1 advanced Special to The GlobeGazette July night was gen erally north and south of tho River Somme says todavs official war office statement There word a few local engage ments north of the Smiimo during the night in which the Germans rap tured two small woods a short dis tance north of Hem Tho French also captured a wood south of lie Somme The night passed quietly The German center attajk on Holloy was repulsed easily The French captured cannon and several hundred machine guns There I was no infantry righting on the Ver dun front Tho war office says the Germans are to bombard the ca thedral at Verdun English Report London July Thle pval on the So in me front we made a further slight advance and cap tured a number of the war office announced today South of the Labassee canal after dis charges of gas and smoke wo made some successful raids into the on omys first line In one of theso the Royal Welsh Fusileors especially distinguished themselves capturing forty prisoners a trench mortar and machine gun In another raid the Highland Light Infantry successfully entered the enemys trenches west of Hul luch A machine Run emplacement was destroyed and many germans kitlod and somo prisoners taken There is no change of Importance on the rost of our Special to tho GloboGaxctto London Tuly is understood the report that Sir Kdward Grey for eign secretary is to be raised to tha peerage Is correct and In fact ho already accepted such offer Tho Barony of the United Kingdom will probably bo conferred on him TMACHKIt YKARS DUOS Miss Emma Curl is Kxpirro Follow ing Operation Marshalllown July Emma Curtis for twentyfive years a teacher In tho public school of this city and for thirteen years prrlncl pal of a ward building diod yester day following a surgical operation performed p foiv days ago Miss fiurtiss was fS yeara old and fa survived by her aged mother Mrs J Mary A Curtis f   

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