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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                TI M PAGE THREE Nothing as Goodi Is Just os Good as a want ad when the guest or task Is one that advertising eati acconipllBh tot THE MASON CITY WEEKLY GLOBE GAZETTE REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF TUB EVENTS OF THE NEWS NOT YESTERDAYS The Weather fnlr and continued Wiinn tonight and Kriday MASOSV CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 13 1910 PATROL CLOSELy Sam Sorenson Employe of the Mil Itnllrond Is Struck IJy Switch Knuliio and Chest Inluretl IN CRY FIRST STORIES EXAGEUAT ED CAPACITY OF MER CHANTDIVER IS DS CQVERY DEUTCHLAND NOT OVER 250 FEET IN LENGTH With Cargo Unloaded and Boat Ridiujj High in Water Her True Size Becomes Known Sam Sorensou an engineer on the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul waa Injured last evening about 9130 whtlo altliug In the cab of his en gine The locomotive In which Mr 9or eusoil WUB Seated at the tlrao was standing on a track waiting for a in the meantime a string of cars kicked onto thesiding by a Great Western engine approached noiselessly toward Mr Sorenaon The cars were connected with the engine and impelled it BO thnt the euglneer was thrown violently side of the cab against the i Special to The GlobaGazotto Baltimore Juy 13 Unloading of the cargo of the German suparsub niarine Deutschlaud was completed oarly today and the ships rise re vealed the osiimata of hor stxe Imd been exaggerated Instead of being more than three hundred feet loos and thirty feet wide her length Is not more than 250 and width less tUan 25 The over all chaiit figured i submerged shows she needs at least i2 feet for complete submergence h cresv do o turn over to the Hed Cross a ten thousand dollar gift for calof from a New Yorker Taken to Hospital Tho Injured man wig Immediate ly rushed to Park Hospital where It was ascertained that his Injuries were not very severe his chest be ing crushed a trifle A Roentgen ray photograph of the injured por tion showed that nr internal injur ies were effected aud it Is hoped that Air Sorenaon wilt Boon be back on the job Springfield July troops have been ordered to LaSallo for strike duty on reQueat of bheriff Davis of LaSallo county it waa anuounced by governor Dunne this morning Amsterdam July 13 via Lon don Discussing tho voyage of the German submarine the Deutsche Tages Zeitung of Berlin says We Germans should not hope for too much Jrom the voyage the Deutschlaud to America That the should be able to force the i olockade was to be expected ermore Great Britain will not he able to do much against such trans port service In the fture But too many expect that tho British block ade of Germany will be ended by this Special to The GlobeGazette Chicago July Lorl mer former United States senator la to urged to become a candidate for ma old houss of congress according to a statement published here today It Is announced names have boon attached to Lorlmer petitions in the Sixth Illinois district Throe Special Trains Carrying Firs Jiifuntry Through ttio iast Evening Trains bearing a regiment of Min nesota National guardsmen toward some concentration camp along the Mexican which one the commanding officer himself did not UliTough Mason City last evening over the M St L The trains wore three In number one to each battalion with sleepers eith er old standards or tourists for tho men with stock cars for the horses and flat cars for ambulances etc the first of the troop trains reached Mason City about p tho second about aid tho last about p m The sections remained In Mason City possibly ten minutes each to take water get orders etc Qf tlle soldiers were allow ed to detrain The general belief of men was was enroute to no one exactly By the time the second and last sections arrived it had become pret ty well noised about the city that the troops were coming so there was a pretty fair sized crowd at the station to wish good Minnesota soldiers They were a husky looking bunch and apparently had been well cared for at Camp Boblotor Ft Snelllng where tho Minnesota brigade waa mobilized that the outfit Brownsville but knew luck to the ATTEND DASTOR A large umber of Mason City peo ple atteded the dance at Clear Lake last night some making the trip In automobiles and others taking the laterurban A larger crowd was m attendance ihan at any othor dance during the season with the ex ception bt that on the Fourth of July TROUBLE IS ANTICIPATED Kcnorts on Slit Washington July of the customs and navy officers on the character of the German subma rine Deutschlaud waa the subject of a long conference at the State De partment today between Acting Sec retary Polk and members of the governments neutrality board called iu to give informal advice The de partments final action on the status of the submarine probably will be announced after tomorrows cabinet meeting r TRAINING OAAIP FOR MEDICS Special to The GlobeGazette Plattsburg N July Physi cians and from a number of states reported here today for the op the tint training camp for by the T to United States army The amnir camp is to last two weeks durlnr which time the medical men wil be given special courses in military hy eiene camp sanitation and first aid Takes Title to Knihvuy Leading to Valuable Coal Fields in Far North New York July more big step was taken in the development by Uncle Sam oE Alaska he paid the final for title to the Alaska Northern railroad Five hundred thousand dollars of tlie purchase price was paid last February bust weeks payment marks the transfer of the title to the property from the original owners to the American government Prom tho timo of the first payment until the final payment the title has been In tho hands of a trust company hero This final payment is the forerun ner of the actual opening of coal lands of Alaska to settlers fall Secretary oftlier interior Lane doesnt know exactly when this op raiing will be announced but it is ex pected to be before early winter sets The Matannska con fields of Alas ka are among the richest in the world and the small miner is to bo given a chance to make a living and competence from small claims Undo POTOMAC V15TEHAXS MBISTIY VERMONT Burlington July al score of distinguished veterans of the Civil War are In Burlington to day participating in thie fortyfourth annual meeting of tho Society of the Army of the Potomac The fore noon was given up to business but tonight and tomorrow the visitors will enjoy entertainment provided for them by the city and citizens A banquet and a cruise on Lake Cham plain will bo amog the features ALONG NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA BONDERS MACHINE GUNS MOUNTED ON TRUCKS AID Col Sickles Taking No Quinces of Halving HJS Sector Sur prised by Mexican Outlaws Columbus N July an Icapation of a small bandit band iu he Sau Simon valley Arizona mak ing good Its threat to raid American territory Colonel Sickles In charge of the border patrol ordered the cav airy line riders iu the Sau Slmou district near the New Mexico and Arizona boundary to be on th alert Fleet motor trucks wlthi machine lung mounted oa them loft here uls morning for somewhere on the border It is presumed the vehicles will be used along the frontier to the cavalry patrols Thiinks Crisis Averted Washington D July eral Porshing reported today it was generally believed both by Mexicans and foreigners along the line of com munication of his expedition that a crisis between the United States and loo Mexico had been averted aud this BIG SHOWS PULLED EARLY THIS MORNING FROM WATERLOO BIG BLAZE LlllE had brought about a new friendly relationship between the Americans aud Medeans the in work AMERICAN MJATTTRR DYES Special to The GlobeGazette Boston Mass July Exi bits showing recent progress in the ufacture of American leather from a of the ei th annual National shoo and Lea the Market Fair which was opened In Mechanics Builrllng for a weeks engagement The exhibition and Comprehen leather ma During the of shoes chinery and supplies progress of the show there will PINFSH CIIKCKIXO Deputy State Examiner C C Hum has complettod checking the books at tho county treasurers office and them In good shape His com ments on tho condition of the office aro summed up in these words Tho accounts nro in very much better condition than formerly and ladlcate that groat points have been to Improve conditions In this will parcel out Tho government has carefully guarded these coal lands from mo nopolization by big holding ic3 In stopping tho development of all claims regardless of who held bom just to be sure to Iceep the hinds from being monopolized Uncle Sam has stood up so straight he has bant over backward Hundreds of small investors wiU welcome the op ening of the fields Work begun on the extension and improvement of the government rail road line to the heart of the coal IlelrlB is being rushed to completion by thousands of tho laborers Some of these groups of workers have built new towns on their way up tho lluo Special to The GlobeGazette Chicago July In tne mobilization camps of the cen tral department of the United States army Is being confined largely to re cruiting a few scattered units to the minimum according to reports re ports received today at headquarters of Major General Barry department commander Work is progressing In Wisconsin Michigan anrj Missouri but It is at a standstill m Colorado All the Indiana troops have depart ed SHOWERS KEEP SOME AWAY BUT BIG CROWD Great Tented Attraction Fully Up to Stundaid It Has Se Jn Visits of Former Years Coming over the Rock Island Great Western from Waterloo the lUugling circus trains com menced arriving in the city shortly after oclock this morning and were welcomed by most of teh small boys of tho town aud the smalt too and many boys aud girls who nre grown up Lowering skies and scattered showers made things unpleasant to rthe crowds which gathered for the parade this inormas but the people were patient and were finally rewarded by seeing the big line up of wiisona and horses The circus goes OUL of IIRIO tonight over the Great Western to Fort Dodge Jimmle here they come Ahhhh M KH W L i Pas Condem uKjioy IVir Ihs July tlio candidacy of Hard of Sioux City as republican iidutii for governor tho cMlh Urnthcihond of this city i resolution In opposition to Harrt risB ROIJIXSON TO SPKAK Hampton July13 An ad dress by Senator T Robinson will take the place of the regular morning sermon at tho Methodist church on Sunday morning at 1100 oclock the subject being Glean ings Prom the General M Robinson was a delegate to this meeting held at Saratoga Springs N Y and his experience makes him alilo to give a good account of tho work of that quadrennial meeting SCREW DRIVRR PHX Plafltie in Sccins to Be Groiviug Less Acute Though There Were Deaths Yesterday Washington July fed oral fight against the spread of in fantlie paralysis today developed Plans for a system of notification under which health officers of jtlier cities are to be notified of the de parture of all olilldren under fifteen years of age from New York DRJGADNAUGHTS SUNK Washington July admir alty telegram to the British embassy says positive proof Is found that two great German dreadnaughts the Kai ser rud Kronprinz were sunk by tor pedoes during the battle of Jutland Repel Attack Special to Tho GlobeGazette Berlin July 13 troops under command of General Count Botthmer by encircling a counter attack havo driven back the forces which had pushed forward in the region northwest of Ga Itcia says the German official state ment today The Germans took four hundred prisoners So chorused tho voices of thous ands boys and girls this morning as thoy stood in eager expectation along the lineof march of Ringling Brothers circus parade Once more thoy were going to seo that gorgaous glittering galaxy of groat and gigan tic glories which only a circus can produce The children were ot tlie only in terested and pleased spectators as the the prancing horses with their gaily decorated riders the bands the gay wagons and animals wended their way past It was as big a treat to the grownups who were out In force some sharing the pleasure with thotr little ones others unaccom panied by children and looking as it they wished they were Standing at a vantage point was a whitehaired woman well past tho mark Sho said she had never missed a circus parade in bel li to Near her was a toddling child with wondering eyes opened to their limits to take in the almost unbe lievable sights To both the parade was a revelation and an innovation with its ever uew display As folk big and little craned their heads in the direction of the ap proaching cavalclade a squad of gai ly costumed outriders cavaliers and lady riders appeared leading the procession Then came the real thing that hart attracted tho thousands from their homes at an early hour to secure fav orable places at the curb line Seat ed a top a gold emblazoned wagon was the band playing a spirited tune that mado the already jump Chicago July early morn Ing fire at Whiting today dam aged four sections of tho immense Oil Company plant to extent of The fire was caused by a bursting radiator and the flames were transmitted throug four battery The vol untoor fire department soon had 3 streams ploying upon the blaze Three workmen were Injured fol lowing the explosion Lightning Hits Pluiit Buffalo N July 13 More than a score of men were injuret and three were killed when lightning struck the plant of the Sement Sol vay company on the Niagara road two miles from the city line today and a subsequent explosion partlallj wrecked the plant Ammoniji Kvpfoslon New York July per sons were reported killed aud u num ber of others injured when uu am monia tank in a Brooklyn butchei shop exploded today The entire threestory building in which the shop was located collapsed burying the occupants Powder House Destroyed Pompton bakes N July 13 One of the powder houses of the Du Pont Powder Works near here blew up at today shaking tho surrounding country It is report ed four persons were killed and three injured LESS Ad ALLIES JUNIOR NAVAr OAMP New London July Everything Is in readiness for the opening tomorrow of Camp Dewey the training station of tho United States Junior Naval Reserve Tho Is on the Thanins iver near this city and hat accommodations for 300 boys The boys will be taught the elements of nautrlcal sci ence under the direction of naval of ficers CHECK GLEMING PUN TO BE POT IN EFFEGT Chicago July Institutions to the number of 1200 in the Chicago Federal Reserve Biink district have agreed to parti cipate in a new chock clearing and collection plan to be inaugurated next Saturday according to an naunonmcnt of Governor James II McDougal of tbe local reserve bank today It will collect checks with out ex change cliargoE It is said these banks constitute a third of tho 3800 nonmombei banks of this dislrlc and exceed in number the 997 mom mer banks L1TTIJC MEM FIGHTING OF FHONT IN ATTACK IN VEimUN SECTOR Jjy French Firo as Were Teuton Attempts ti Ad vn nee Jii Arson no fmi Elsewhere London July 13 continues nt oug the battle front in of Sommo in out n re co Hut no change in the iu uiiy part of Uio British U reported says the official stjUo niont of tiio British mcnt this afternoon Attempts of the to licnclas ivest of and south of Cnnal were frustrated Special to The GlobeGiixel le Paris July was no iw tun try lighting of importance ladV iignt on the Verdun front or over tlia oruoii of Uio Somme front held or Us lioncli todays official report anys Intermittent artillery engagements councd in the Somme Motor In tha Sou vine Chenois and aufe before Verdun a hear bom mrdmont was maintained by the Got IU French uled a salient of the German iont and took some prisoners Two raids in the Argonno were topped by fire wero ae peciai to The GloboGaxotto Paris Julv citv nn rovjnce of Madrid arc declared in a late of siege ou accouaOr the tnko of raihviiy employes acoord to a Havas dispatch from tK6 painsh capital Special to The GlobeGazette Inly 13 John M Clark United States district JudBc of Cleveland is understood to day to be tlio probable choice of the Ing pulses of the excited children president for the seat iu the Supreme beat faster AllOfhnr aalvn nf nlan nmirt mo A n tl New Hampton July Ewald Reich who owns a garage in tills city will retain the sight of his right eye tho fact that it was uadly cut by a screw driver The ac cident occurred while Mr Reich was repairing a car Henry Wilson a friend was assisting Him and in handling the scrow driver it slipped and entered tho eyeball allttle bo low the center An sowed up the wound and his sight is said to colored Tho resolution declare tlmt jnss nland upon etliioal find moral I KiajsCpf Hampton Inly 1 hoy about 17 years old was discov ered by Agent Zoa in anSI T box car hero a few days ofiu linn discovered ho made n rim to but bonp pursued he WHS KnS works TTpon TO KSII1AROOES Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Authority t om the state department to he restoration to normal movement into Mexico of all commodities except munitions of war was asked today Dy the treasury departmen RKUMOX Picnic of Hnrrison Pioneers Aiiff 17 July annual ro ago and mo tullon v with him to lUv state insti union of the old settlers of Harrison will Im held at Magnolia on Huirsrtay Aug 17 at which time uiil place an excellent program will given The program will consist OL addresses vocal and instrumental music in addition to the social feat ures of HID day Old settler day is a big event in Ifarrlnon and tile reunion has been attended by from to people Annual reunion of the survivors of Company G Twentyninth In fantry enlisting from Harrison coun ty In August 1862 will be held at the home of Mr Mrs J T Case of Logan Friday Aug 18 court made vacant by the resignation of Justice Hughes la addition to Judge Clark J T Jenks of the Now York Su premo court and Morgan J OBrien of New York are said to be under Hurt beat faster Another aalvo of ahss1 rang out as a company of men and women riders mounted on jet black horses rode by with that easy confi dent posture knowivto circus folk and cowboys alone The wonders followed so thick and fast that Jimmy ad his pals wero still trying to keep track of the mar vels Wagon after wagon painted in rainbow colors drove along carry ing groups representative of the na ttona of tho world The crowd was truly neutral each nationality re ceived equal cheers and aprobation Dashingly garbed men and wom en on prancing horses darklined na tives of a foreign land sitting In odd saddles and wearing the garments of their homo country be whiskered and furclad Cossacks riding with all tho abandon repute to them and roal honest to goodness cowboys and girls to represent tiie daring rid ers of before tho ad miring gaze of tho throws But even the cowboys were fated to be excelled Men women and children gave their highest approval I L111 to tho America coach A little biK steam ealliopo that looted HH way t nn procession afV M on circus day When it apeared tho limit of ad Jectlvss had been reached a golden chariot containing Santa Claus and two of Ills reindeers was drawn In sight by eight Shetland ponies That brought cries of delight from the children Then there was another coach with like number of the minlaare This contained new style caJliope operated by compressed air Rastus and his Darktown Band another attraction ns they lispensed rag time alonm the lino of imrch They vied with the clown land for popularity A electric bam boo bell arragement operated by a regally droMod young woman was another novelty in the imwic lino But of thsm outdid tbo oldtime Speciiil to The ChicaKo July of tho aeitiHcen labor leaders who were tried In the circuit court ou charges of conspiracy to extort and destroy property wore found j in the verdict rolurncd today The three acquitted William Clausa Thomas Kelly Tnhii jury werS John White RATH Special to The GlobeGaze to Washington July 13 The inter state Commeicc Coin mission today that railroads carrying gralu from Missouri river points to Nor folk and Newport News Va at n nilo orimil to tbe rail and lake and routes to Baltimore worn justl iod in increasing those rates at close of navigation on the groat lakes each year ger an brighter than tho rest aud hitched to to white horses the wa fon wns topped wJlli a sailer lassies surrounding Columbia Garb od in spotless white the girls dross es formed a striking for tlio plentiful display of Ilio Stars and Stripes And tho animals Wnro they all alive Did thoy bite little children Why wero soino of them all spotted up A thousand qunKtlong rac ed up and down tho lino as the barred cagewagons rlroro past And when the king of beasts tho lion came Into view Jlmmv and six oth ers gave a yell and Jump that loos end oneo they seated on elephants small and largo and tho animals had passed by GoirT up to tho grounds Jim shouted n voice above tlio io he calliope Hot your Tho circus arrived from Waterloo the reaching the daylight IMUAXA UAil MHKTIXXJ Uifnyetet July op ning here of tho twentieth annup neeting of tho ImliaiVi State Bar As ociation yesterday was marked by e arge and representative attendanpf nf lawyers and jurists Iresidon Robert W McGride of Indianapolis presided at tho opening session ant delivered an address on Amoricar The iiSocceilings wil continue over tomorrow Carson former attorney gonn of PnniiHylvanla is scbediilnrt io tlo liver tlio annual before tho association fJKT SHOKS July lie Sicoiil Minnesota Infantry which of jhaves for the boundary Saturday w li Uiii bisi equipped of the tlm ioplior raiments was Indicated t lii by this arrival of nine tbousar The on schedule first wagons I of irniy shoos and Klounds shortly after largo supply of uniforms ailil hats Fort Snelllng from SI and St nfteroon performance open lug with tho tremendous fairyland fljiflctaclo attend ed by one of the larjjast crowds that has evor turned out to a clraus in this city Another performance be glypn at 8 toulght Francisco Tho First and Third regiments ar already on ronto to the border tl First regiment leaving yoslorda Moriical officers today finished e amlnlng the second and started o tho artlllaryaieii i iLl I i 4 i   

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