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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 20, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                J II I kav r Many People Hnvo Saved Themselves a Peck of Trouble by PhoniuH ft AVaiit Atl to 28 or 82 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 20 MASON CITY WEEKLY GLOBE GAZETTE ID m The Weather Pair Fihlav somiitvlmt warmer Friday VIGOROUS ONSLAUGHTS ARE MADE IN THE SOMME RE GION LAST NIGHT Sante Fe Head Says Thousands oi1 Coaches Must Be at Call of War Department for Prompt Movement Special to Tie GlobeGazette Chicago July 20 In order to move the maximum number of troops on short notice the railroads the country must have G750 more cars permanently at the call of the war department according to W J Black passenger traffic manager of the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe In a statement today Such an In crease he said would allow a move ment of troops within 48 hours MANY FIRST LINE GERMAN TRENCHES ARE CAPTURID JFour Hundred Prisoners Cap tured in Operations Along lite Railway from Com hie t Clery Rectal to The GlobeGazette Paris July attacks in lie bomme region were delivered las ight on both sides of the river On he north bank the trenches of the lardecourt sector were taken while of the river all the German font line trenches between Barleux jnd Soyecourt fell into French pos isssion Is the announcement of the French successes made this afternoon war office bulletin trenches captured on the north in from Hlecourt and Mam Mis east of Hardecourt along xx way from Combles to Clery Four hundred prisoners were cap ped in this operation the Verdun region Is a continu 5s bombardment of the Avocourt Id Chattancourt sectors on the left Mouse with grenade en to the northeast of Hill BELGIANS SENT TO BELHTIVE MINNESOTA BATTERIES THROUGH HOLLAND AMERICAN LINER f On the east bank of the Meuse the french progressed west of Thlau fot earthwork while to the south f Fleury they took a strongly for med German post together with a if idred and fifty pirsoners The lerman aeroplane was brought down Ji the Somme region east of Per iiie HA1K CUTS TO COST MORE Hastings July wearing of poetic locks the kind that fall over the ears and curl up at the ends is likely to find murh favor with the men of this section as a result of tha action of the barbers m putting into effect today a new scale of higiier prices By unanim ous agreement of the Nebraska As sociation of Barbers the price of hair cut has been raised from 25 to 35 cents with the cost of shaves facial massage singeing and other tonsor al operations increased in propor tion The barbers declare that the Higher prices are necessitated by the increased cost of supplies Some of the disgruntled patrons assert thev will go back to the old bowl idea of scissors clipping before they will sub mil to the BEARING FIFTY REFU GEES TO AMERICAN SHORES CHICAGO PRIEST MADE THE JOURNEY POSSIOLI Father Deville Returns to Bel gium to Get More Widows and Orphans and Start Then 07v Wfiy Special to the GlobeGazette Loadon July 20 shin v Une steam it Sallei for New an arrangement of Devm eVme athe for to Belgium today tor more refugees that it waj throng the Sty over the Rock Island linea nnri nWf the Sec mil the Field Ar tillery Minnesota National Guard bisffest show when It comes to caring lotTof Eaftnh neetled equipment tacli battery hag six guns and each gun lias a caisson and limber be sides an escort wagon or two and compete portable blacksmith and carpenter shops Unlike the infantry and cavalry each field artillery outfit carries its own tentage as part of Its enuip thQU sup The guardsmen who went through last night included Battery F which is made up of some two hundred University of Minne their part of the train liberally decorated with npn nants etc en TalbotTof this student naya foiks were on last night wltfn a big enough of home cooked grub so that 11 not suffer the pangs f hunger before reaching the bor er oven If the goveinment food tuff supply gives out jntirely STONES HOBLED AUSTRIANS REPULSE THREE ITALIAN CHARGES BY PRHIATIVK MEASURES BORCOLA PASS SCENIC OF STRANGE BATTLE Vicuna War Office Claims Art vantafjo Rested With Central Allies After Effort to Storm Pass Score of Autos Set Out First Lejj of Loncj Trip Over ris of Special to The GlobeGazette St Paul July e automobiles from half a dozen nddle western states departed from VILLA FORCES ACTIVE ays associa Special to The GlobeGazette to The entrants In the first bic run caTs of6 Trair Include rmnni rMnesota Wisconsin Iowa uunois Indiana and Missouri The cortege will be largely augmented bv from North and South Da REATEN OFF T TO CAFIURic iiss ran CAR 11AXZA RKOTIIISR ONE OF LEADERS OF RAID NTJEREST IX THE Rockefeller Institute to Devise Scheme for Dealinjj with Cook Countys Laekwits gpecial to The GlobeGazette London July fighting Joutmues on the Soinme front The frar office announced today the Brit ish had gained ground in the Del rillo wood and at Longueval North If the LonguevalBazentin position liie British pushed forward a line fast of the Leipslc redoubt and the fombmg parties made asubstantial Advance during the night JPKKOY COURTSHIP ENDS IN MARRIAGE New York Tuly courtship lhat is probably close to the speed record was that which culminated in JIB marriage today of Miss Cusaie pugeiue Lazarnick daughter of Mr Uid Mrs Morrio Lazarnick and Jo eph Helms son of the late Mr and ivrs Joseph Heims of this Lazarnick met Mr leims for the lrst time on July 2 while visiting In Ulantic City and they became en taged two days later The families f both and bridegroom are veil knovn in Jewish social circles in this city Special to The GlobeGazette Chicago July complete sur ey of Cook county with regard to iDnormal mind conditions will be ndertalcen beginning Auguat 1 Tbis development was announced today and came as the aftermath of the tragedy Tuesday in which Henry P Mclntyre a negro and a fanatic was responsible for the death of six per sons including himself The survey is to be conducted by the Rockefeller institute and follow ing legislation to meet conditions will be drafted and suggested to th9 Illi nois legislature for passage BELIGIOTENTERS Special to The GlobeGazette New York July only one day since the inception of Infantile ysis ejpJdeniic June 26 have more than in the last 24 hours In this PlagUS killed 31 children tlm m neW T68 wera In the f he boroughs of New York City The latest figures show a mortality rate still slightly iesa than 20 1 cent Since the beginning of the and 2446 eases Special to The St Paul July ef fort to inject an antiCatholic dec laration into the prohibition plat form caused the resolutions commit tee to go Into executive session while a bitter debate waged When the convention opened at this morning the Hanly man agers predicted his nomination on the first ballot this afternoon and ex presaed confidence In their ability to withstand Sulzera expected effort to stampede the convention Sulzer arrived In St Paul shortly before 11 and went into a hotel for a conference with friends ISYEAROLD HOY Ef BRITISH TRHXCHES London July is a quiet md modest boy in a London suburb tM only support of hla widowed mother who had ha baptism of re at an age when most boys are at school James Charles Bart was only 13 years old when he succeeded after many attempts in lolning the 7th East Surreys Three nonths later he was In tho front e trenches fighting aide by I tie with men most of whom had ouble and even treble his years He as in tlie firing line fornine sfren lons perilous months and then he wounded br shrapnel in the log n the hospital the army doctor dis overed his real ago and on recov ry ho was discharged But on bis to London he dlfflcul Hln eetthiR work So ho atlcmpt JJto join the fighting forces apnln managed to get accepted in n Ulalion of his old regimont Hut iler his second course of train Is and while ho was actually again for France he wns to use woicls found out and sent for the second time V W C CONFERENCE TRIPLE DROWXJJVG Killed on Way to Circus When Auto 1 Jiniftes Into Klvor Sioux City automo bile carrying four residents of Jef ferson S bound for Sioux City to attend a circus dashed through the railing of a bridge over the Big Sioux nver here Monday and three of the car were drownea n nT n re Ucorgo Foil 11 till aged 30 Florence Wakefield ag K and Evelyn Wakefield age 15 Allen Gates the other occupant o the car was rescued after he ha made a heroic but futile effort t swim to shore with Florence Wake GJETTIXG Special to The GlobeGazette Berlin July Vosslche Zei tung says after demobilization of the Greet army the Bulgarian govern ment permitted a thousand Greek to cross Bulgarian terri tory for the purpose of returning to Roumania Minneapolis July ing tans are attaching much interest to the tenround bout between Fred diew elsh and Charlie White whlc is to take place in this city tomoi row nigfct Ever since his last meet Chicago light I weight has been oably the most formidable contende tor the championship As both men are fast clever boxers ring follow ers are looking forward to seeing one of the fastest bouts of the year OFFICERS I Special to The GlobeGazette Salonild via London July royal decree was published here to day retiring the Greek army officers implicated in the wrecking of the of fices of the newspaper Plzonstla and tlie mortal wounding of the editor Petrograd via London Julv 20 Ihe war office announced today that au important point in the CMII by the KussTans is a junction point of the roads or the Erzerum district Blue Ridge N July eral hundred young women each bringing her full quota of bags and baggage arrived at this rosort to day in readiness for the opening of tlie Southern city conference the Young Womens Christian Associa tion The vIsltoiH came from Ten nessee Florida Georgia Louisiana Alabama Mississippi Kentucky Vir ginia and North and South Carolina The sessions of the conference will tomorrow and will continue for ten days EDITHS MEET Traverse City July 20 Traverse City is entertaining for two lays riie annual convention of the West Michigan Press Association More than 50 per cent of the mem bers of the association arrived in nelr own automobiles and the ma ority of them were accompanied by heir families The convention ia argely in the nature of a social athering and Ittle time will de voted to business Receptions lunch eons and excursion trips to nearby points of Interest are the chief fea tures of the twoday program FOR TERSRV TENNIS TITLE Soirlt Lake N July rankinpr lawn tennis players opener the Journamont on the clay courts of the Bathlne and Tennis Club herp today for the North Jersey coasf champtionshins Play will through Iho remainder of thn v The wlnnnr of thn tiipni singles win o rnllod upon to play Rain Bnfws tbo Prenent cbampion vnnd ni v1 Lake Casino Challenge Cup in the challenge round FLOOD DEATH LJSJGR Sundays Flood Known Now lo Have Cost the Lives of Sev Pojsons and More Are Missing Special to The GlobeGnzetle Anheyllle N July Ist if deaths In Sundays flood in five southeastern states js constanly growinK as channels of communica tion are resored The total Is 73 today with nine persons still report ed missing Tho most deaths are in western North Carolina The heavy property loss Ia confin ed largely to the Carolines I HEBE Special to The GlobcGi the gTp he Osaee Elocwc rst and Power company a renewil ol ranchlse when the present one Kill Rchpis tl FiBht Neon Santa Foreea Lack Anus Special to The stoji of of tlio lefacto is r i so as hve one liere lor over a veir has been the subject of much d DVuHt to In Swimmm the KIrst Taltc u SlHash iu M wouyfi ivio Oil l 4 7 fl mle sociability tour over the route north to Saint Paul Mian MaBon Uty is interested In tilts tour because he Ie CiUes he nighwayClasses and is represeut upon the board of directors by Sliepard director the hich Moille3 Paul th lis a Captain Koeimj Spends Morning Studying Charge nnd Eirly Depailurc Is Expected Special to the GlobeGaxette Baltimore July aay Captain Paul Koenig commander of the Deutachland on his uniform to day for the first time since lie landed lore eleven days ago and for several ours this morning studied charts of lie Patapsco River and Chespeake Bay with Captain Frederick Hausch omrnander of the North German oyd liner Necker When he returned aboard Captain voenig said he would not leave the ot again and indicated an oarly eparture Baltimore July U oclock ist night the two spars of the Ger an merchant submarine were taken own and the conning tower closed Close at hand Uy tho tug Thomas F Tmiimns with a full head of steam In the vlcluty of the submarine were numerous launches with patrols aboard At oclock these craft hailed newspaper launch and tried to Induce tlio reporters to leave Youre interfering with our plans the watchman said To all appearances the Doutsch iancl was ready to leave at any time Her crew and master were aboard His Starts London July wireless dis patch from nemo says u s reported from Petrograd a great Is de veloping at Tablonita tho results of which thua far have boon favorable to tho Russians In addition to heavy fighting in the Carpathians tho dis patch says tho Russian offensive has been resumed before Kovel Vladimir and Volynskl In the Riga area nw jUticrfiet atinrlT nark their triP batuiday night they will find then selves arriving in Mason City accon panied by a reception committee o representative citizens Mr Slicp tentative pro vlucli he would like to hav out and as it has met th approval of those who are taking car of matters at this end of the line the entertainment will probably b carried out to tho letter As the booBters loavo Iowa Falls shortly after noon they are expect ed to arrive fn Mason City before 8 o clock at night Iowa Falls is mak ing extensive plans for the receptioi of the directors and will no doubt send a large number of cars clea through to Mason City It Ia the in caption cars as far south to meat the directors and get acquainted with them before they reach the city They wm aend word ahead If alls well and by the tune the group reach Mason City the stage will all be sot To Oo Swimmlii As soon as they arrive Floyd Douc las secretary of the Chamber of Com merce win hoid two fingers high m the air and if the directors nod their approval the committee have arranT ed to take them to Clear Lake as fast an the speed law win allow and let them take a splash in the waters of Clear Lake Following the aquatic entertainment an elaborate fish din ner will be at the Oaks ho tel During tho festivities an or chestra will furnish music and after m a few good booster talks will be given Members of the Clear Lake Commercial club are enthusias tic over the arrival of the boosters and have marie extensive plans which will col aborato with thoso made by tlie local Chamber of Commerce Such a coopcratjon will bo necessary and vi 11 be a benefit to nil concerned At 8 oclock Sunday morning the jpostors will leave for the north run ning first to Owatonnn Minn It Is hoped that at least fifty cars may be secured to accompany tlie boosters on their departing trip and there will be no limit to the distance thoy may CO They may go as far as farther the better iinu vj 11 i ue COUsitJelable Deling de By the action of the voters the Messrs Ferris the owners of the plant will lose the opportunity o disposing of the plant to the valley Electric company the nig of a 25year franchise of the stipulations in the i the big company made before tikinir it OVCr Tbo Charles City corporation nun is supposed to be financed for tho Osage plant as chain of towns which they propose to with electric current a ig on tlie Ceclir ail to be fulfilled being a corporation aU L LllQ The users of the town are respon sible for the defeat of the measure Although the rales provided In the new franchise are lower than they are now wme in fact the same as those In force at Charles Gitj the apparent discrimination shown in allowing reductions and dis counts to large users lnd exacting a dollar minimum fronl Ule consumer with no discount counted largely in the adverse voting The city council submitted the proposition without recommendation lo the voters as a majority of the Council have contended all along tor rates much lower than either the old company or the prospective purchas ers wore willing to meet There is sentiment In the council a municipal plant but because fact that the voting of suf bonds to provide it would loNtpone Indefinitely the Installing of a sower system in the town such a proposition would be hard to put nrough What the next move of the liKht ompanies will be Is not known Many vbo are oposed to the proposed fran hlse and its rates believe that tho ompanfes will grant lower ralei ather than lose the franchise The harJes City company however de aiod through its representatives bo oro the council that these rales wore 10 Jast word as far as they were onwned and the present owners crtalnly will not make a reduction The cost of the election was borne y tlie Messrs Ferris and includes nsirtes the regular publication of otlnes and text of the franchise vernl pnge advertisements In tho ocal Mexican coiiHul here The says yesterday a VUH Wlls captured by tlio Our raiiza troops This inesseiiKer to have told where Vilm vus located and a forcu sent t capture Tho messenuer reported lvns ill Scek medical The ir tlie small town where Vli was to be located ivus not on oo Moocl to m Of city Mt Or Chlhualnia Mexico July 20 A a score SaH said they wera by a lotorions Villa lieu thoy had been cllt militar A loosened rail broutilir n n dead in moii troops who 5 JOixs HOSIlTAI Sl Special to Tbe GlohaGawtte Camp Hagiuan s D 2n More annoying Mexican to co There will bo no near beer nonr Iowa fair this fall acrording to the decision made by tlio board of directors of the association yesterday afternoon Secretary Charles Bar ber has already receivedrequests for concessions to sell tho beverage hut atter a conference with the direotmi decided that they would put tho ban on the sale of near boer and any Came neac enicy for atato in collection with the officers Officers will Jo in the More men are needpd especially for tbo machine sun co Pany now short men COYFICU to lnugton July ertlnok AHslrlnn charge called at the vi today and conferred Acting Sorrclary Iolk for noarlv in arrived at Was h Petrollte ctisc n department Is waiting or tho AuBtrlan n the American tunkQr A   

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