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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                VOL XXIII MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 NO IS I Wlf I I to I i 1 SOLDIERS OF CZAR ARE MAK ING EVERY EFFORT TO REACH LEMBEUG BOMBARDING I1ALIEZ CITY NEAR LEMBERG City Is in Railway Lines Alomj Eastern Battle Line Held by Slavs Petrograd Sept is officially announced the Russians are bombard ing the Galician town of Haliez sixty miles southwest of Lemberg The lown is in flames The Russians have occupied the railway lines between Ahllcz and Woduiki BIG CAPTURE IS CLAIMED IN GEIUTAN STATEMENT Berlin via London Sept Over Rumanians and one hundred gurta were taken when Bulgarians and German troops cap tured the Rumanian fortress of Tur tuki says the official statement o the German army headquarters to BUAIAXIAN WAR OFFICE OF CAPTURE OF STRONG PASS Special to The GlobeGazotte Bucharest via Sept Rumanian troops have occupied Gye rgyo Dltro and Orsova pass on the dorth olid northwest frontier of Ru mania says todays official Rumanian Statement Seven guns a number of machine guns and Important ammunition atorsH were captured from tho Aus trlana The German aud Bulgarian forces having received numerous reinforce ments continue the attack with great violence on the Rumanian fortress of Turtukat The garrison of the for tress is ceaselessly counterattacking The statement adds tho losses of each tire said to he great SUNDAY HHAVK HEMD NECESSITY NOT LABOR I f Special to Tho GlobeGazette DCS Molnes Sopt is not labor but a necessity and the state has right to deny a man pri vileges granted a mule according to a brief filed In the state supreme court by attorneys for a Davenport Iowa barber arrested on complain of the Barbers Union for his shop open Sunday If a man can curry a mule on Siin ray he has a right io have his own head curried in a manner of speak aaya the brief The removal of whiskers which grow equally fast on Sundays or week days ia a necessary measure for the protection of the wearer of whls kers and the public at Germans In Sack Now Say British iaim Biggest Part Uphill VVoik in Soimrie Offensive Has Now Been Done Special to The GlobeGazette With British Army in France via Sept British feel heir uphill work In this latest of ensive is over with the exception of the taking of Ginchy for over two months now their fight hag been one o gain the high ground over a broad commanding front Guillemont places them in posses sion of the last old second line rencbes and from the Somme to Thiepval the Germans have now been blasted out of their old positions This is not the only point In our favor said a British staff officer The Germans cohse their ground when they built this line of fortifi cations that they considered by their own admission to be Invulnerable When the British first slashed through the Germans said we were in a sack so we were in one sense But we had to make an opening in that solid line of defense to start our plans We knew the hardest work would come after the great main at tack and this IH far accomplished that it is the Germans now who are in the Turtukai a fortified Rumanian town on the Danube about fifty miles southeast of Bucharest has beeti evacuated by the Rumanians the Russian official statement says In the fighting in eastern Galicla yesterday the announcement adds the Russians took 5600 more prison BARNS DESTROYED Lightning Causes Destructive Fires Near Logan Logan Sept originating from a bolt of lightning destroyed the F E Weed bara and contents south of Magnolia and the Q V Schmidt barn five miles southwest of Woodbine The Weed barn wag 30 by 44 wtih alfalfa in tho upper part harness farming ImglementB horses and hogs The saved but the other contents were burned Tho loss la estimated at 000 The Schmidt barn wag fiO feet square wtlh twenty tons of hay a Maxwell car six head of horses and other live stock 600 bushels of small grain arid harness and farming Implements The horses were saved together with the other live stock the other contents weer loat LIgb Insurance was carried i given at between and THIEF HOBS HOME OP JEWELRY Waterloo thief marfo a big haul at the horn a of Mrs Mar Ion L Easton widow of J D Easron who before his death was president of the fowa Bankers Association Sev eral valuable diamond rings anrf oth er Jewelry in a jewel box were taken from Mrs Eastons room Mrs Easton was sleeping in a sleeping porch and was not awaken ed A A Zimniermnn a roomer re ported the presence of the thiof to police headquarters saying lie was awakened by a flashlight and that he order the intruder to throw up hla hands The burglar fled VIOLENCE IN WAKE OF NEW YORKS STRIKE Police Reserves Hushed to Many Places Where Rocks Were Thrown at Train From Build ALL TkftJV Sept to ORDERED the first few hours of the strike declared by the inion eiu BORDER INCLUDED TROOPS STILL IN SOUTH EXPECTED REMAIN THERE Stay of Guard Left on Border Still Sent Home Return to Normal Status as Guardsmen Special to Tho GlobeGazette Washington Sept thousand guardsmen returned from the border by recent order of the war department were today ordered mustered out of federal service The guardsmen remaining on the border will stay there for the present The department announced The secretary of war directs that all or ganizations of tha national guard In federal service recently ordered from the border to mobilization camps be mustered out of federal service as soon as practicable and returned to their normal status of national guard troops except In case of the Four teenth New York regiment which win be held In tho mobilization camp pending the prevalence of ty phoid As soon as tt can be safely done this regiment also will be mus tered out The troops affected aro three New York regiments two New Jersey one Maryland two Illinois two Missouri one California one Or egon one Washington and one Louis iana These units comprise in the aggre ployes of the elevated and subway railways Several Instances whero elevated trains were bombarded with stones and bottles thrown from the rooms were reported to the police today Reserves were rushed to the scenes of disorder entered tho buildings and chased from the roofs gangs of men said to have been carrying missiles Interborough reported its express and local trains running ou normal schedule on both the subway and elevated lines with but few changes from the regular crews If the carmen can carry out their threats to halt tho surface as well as the subway cars and elevated traffic New York faces tho biggest strike In its history The strike was inaugurated on the subway arid elevated lines several surface systems of the Interborough Rapid Transit Company today hut up to noon the city appeared only slightly affected Union leaders who lemand abrogation by the company of the contracts binding employes not x ask for wage increases for two fears claimed 8000 men walked out The traction officials asserted not over 2000 had Quit baut thousand national guardsmen The plan for mustering out of the regiments will be execut ed under the various departmental commanders within whose jurisdic tion these organizations are placed STUDENTS GET OUT Chicago Sept were is sued from the central department of the army today ordering the muster Ing out of federal service Battery P Minesota field artilleryThis is the Unlveristy of Minnesota battory EDITORS DAUGHTER KITM5D THAIN nOBBKHY IS FAILURE Six Men Hold Up Golden State Urn Itccl Hours Attempt t RIOV Open Safe in Vain Douglas Sopt Gol den State Limited west bound on tho Rock Island railway was he up nt Apache Siding Zorty miles east of Douglas tonight by six mask ed men The robbers uncoupled the luiggaga anif two nail cars and for ced the crew to rutrthree miles whero they trjnd for anhour to break Into tho express 3afo firing nix charges of nitroglycerine before they gave up ihe attempt md rode north on cow ponies No passen gers wero mol sted Two of the robbers got on the train at Apache and dropped into the tender The engineer and fire men wero noon covered with revol vers and forced to bring train to a stop One of the robbers fir ed over the shoulders of the fireman at a clork who was closinK tlift door of the mail car Thu bullet went wild Ono of the gang stood over the crew and the others broke Into the express car A aliorlffs posso is in pursuit SUFFRAGE CONVENTION Special to the GlobeGazette Garner Sept Hancock County Convention for the purpose of a reorganization of tha suffrage forces wns heltl yesterday in the M E church at p with Miss Flora Deonlap state president in charge Mrs Ruth VanClark of Britt was elected county chairman Mrs Fred E Blackstone of Garner secretary and Mias Eva Fell of Gar ner treasurer while Miss Chryatine Colllson was elected delegate and Mrs Walter Prlchbard alternate to the state convention at Waterloo September 39 20 and 21 at whleui time the lino of work will be decid ed upon which it is thought wJl best advance the cauao of equal suf frage The state board now thlnko it will be best to ask for only tho suffrage of women which Is now al lowed In Illinois Prominent lawyers say however that in the Way tho congitltution of Iowa differs from that of Illinois the women could only vote for presi dential electors by action only of the state legislature Tlio state convention will decide the line of procedure AVEDDIXG OF INTEREST Hampton Franklin county people will be In terested In knowing of the happy marriage of Miss Teresa G Shino rtar a music teacher of this city and who haw given instructions to many throughout this vclnity Tho groom Is Prof Camilla Ifalamlehok whoso home has hoon at Ran Tone mid who IK a graduate of Iho American Conservatory of MiiHlo of Ohtcfigo Tie is a conceit violinist of and a composer The bnppy couple aro spending tlioir honeymoon at Clonr Lako but will be at homo after September ICth Special to The GlobeGazette Chicago Sept Josephine Murphy daughter of William J Mur phy owner of the Minneapolis Trib une was killed when an automobile in which she was riding toppled over an embankment near Oak Forest a suburb early today She was returning to the farm where she was spending the summer after taking a guest to the train at Blue Island III She was 22 years old and prominent la Minneapolis society Mtas Murphy and Carl Farrero her chauffeur were the only persons In the car I was driving not over eight miles per said Farrero As I drove up the cinder road lead Ing to the railroad track the cinders gave way under the wheels and the car slid down the Rarrero escaped Injury but Misa Murphy was pinned beneath the car Farrero declared the weight of the car proved too much for the cinder road liAIJE WRECK Hnmpton Sept servcea for the threemonths old babe of Mr and Mrs E Van Every who was fatally hurt In an automotorcycle collision near Wat erleo Sunday niwbt were held here by Rev DeWitt Clinton of tho M 13 church Tuofiday and tho remains were interred In the Hampton ceme tery Both parents formerly lived here and havo many rolativfls In this vicinity SHOP Take Worth of Goods From Store a Gamin Tama Coun Watch in Stock Disap pears From Cases Garwln made a big haul here during when they looted the jewelry store owned by L G Andrews nnd made away with watches and rings valued at I 000 Tlie general store of Clarence Beery also was entered and a quantity of clothing and shoes waa taken The thinves arc supposed to have operated during a heavy which prevailed shortly aftrr midnight Tho robbers were not hoard or soon and loft no cine The safe was not blown open as Mr Andrews left his valu ables in the show cases Every watch in tho stock was taken as well aa valuable rings The theft was not discovered until the storo was opened for business this morning SENATE AND HOUSE 4yv FISHES HAVE NOT VIST AGHEED ON KILL SENATOK OWEN BULL FIGHTS FOU MEASUIUI The Loaders Say That Even Though Senate Has Voted to Take Up Corrupt Practice Bill Vote Will Not Be Reached luneralof Tjate F M Rogers Pioneer and Banker Attracts 1iargo Con courso of IVlomls Special to The GlobeGazette Chicago Sept Patter son a motorcycle policeman and Wil liam Hartley his companion who wag also riding a motorcycle were found crushed to death under the wreckage of their machines today They col lided while pursuing automobile speeders puriw tn on CHECK 10 GEI Willie Ford on 1nrole From Eldnra Gets Into Trouble Acuiii This Because the fifty cents his moth er had given him to spend at Clear Lake today at the Boy Scouts en campment did not look big enough to him Willie Ford cashed a spur ious check for to provide funds for his outing Willie already on parole from Eldora cashed two or three had checks a few weeks ago but the po lice concluded to give Mm another chance and there was no prosecu tion Chief Gorman felt tha morn ing that It would not be right for the authorities to permit Willie to be at large longer after this episode He first tried to cash tho check drawn on the Security National and purporting to be signed by A L to John Kelloy at the Duffield Drug Co The clork there called the bank and found the check waa no good He permitted the boy to take the check back again but notified the police who started out to find him Ho was dressed in a Boy Scouts uniform so he was easy to locate Willla then went to the Mason City Feed Co store on Second street N and bought 2 fie worth of feed and took It and hid It in a stall at the feed yards on Dela ware avenue Then he went down tho alley to First street and went to a shine parlor to get Ws shoos cleaned He was spick and span ami ready for inspection when a policeman nabbed him as ho left tho shine sland He admitted cashing the chock told tho police whore lie bar cashed it and Chief Gorman broke the news to tho feed merchants that they had rarrowly missed being They bad not yot sus pected that tho chock was bad LAKE nOAT Tiit T e Special to Tho GlobeGazette Detroit Sept Is announced tiere today that Alfred Lucking the personal attorney for Henry Fora he manufacturer is In Chicago to file for In Fords name igalnst the Chicago Tribune Ford asks personal damages as compensation for an editorial printed n the Tribune in which it is charg ed called Ford an The editorial was printed over two nonths ago and the word is said to lave been used In the headline of tho editorial Washington Sept confer ees on the revouuo bill resumed work today but no assurance ex isted their report would bo submitted before tomorrow or that congress will adjourn before Satur day Senator Owen Is intent on contin uing his fight for the corrupt prac tices bill whioh developed into bit ter personal remarks yesterday after the senate voted to take up tho mea sure The leaders insisted however the bill would not come to vote before adjournment LAUGE CONCOURSE Special to The GlobeGazette Clear Lake Sept largest attended funeral that has been held in Clear Lake for years was that of the late F M Rogers who passed away early Monday morning of heart trouble The service was held yester day afternoon from the house and was attended by the G A the Womans Relief Corps the Masonic orders the Eastern Star the Boy Scouta the Sons of Veterans besides a host of friends who wero not mem bers of the organisations The home was filled with mourners and many stood on the lawn Rev Evans pastor of the Congregational church offi ciated at the service The body was taken to for burial fol lowing the funeral service SMALL SHIP SUNK Special to The GlobeGazette Rotterdam via Sept 7 small Norwegian steamship Hilda has been sunk but the was saved VERXON CASTLE KILLED IN FRANCE IS UK POUT New York Sept Cas tle one of the foremost exponents of the modern dance on the American stage who went abroad several months ago to join tho colors under the British flag has been killed in action in France according to reports received here A letter received bore by Miss Mildred Francis a former ac tress from Lieutenant Clode n France brought the report According to the letter Castle was killed two weeks ago while flying over the German lines Both Castle and Cloden were members of the Royal flying corps The lasi word received from Cantlo wns In tho form of a postal two weoks oH that oame from Bomowhoro In thfi exact locality of which bud boon deleted by the censor Mm CafiUo was told of the re port while anttns an hostess for a theatre party 9bo said she was un able to cither confirm or deny the report XOT TO OKEV 8IJOUR LAW Santa Fn Refuses to Comply With Aclnmson Act Case to bo to Court ns Last Special to The fJlnbnOazottc Milwaukee Sopt vessel ho llfvid to bo ho Prrn stormier bound from Lurilngton to Milwaukee is reporter ashore near North Point several nilloa norta nf Hero Several tugs havo pono to bo nteamora Tho vessel carrying imnsengera and freight Is Eivld to bo In no danger Topeka Sept 7 E W Ripley president of the Atclilson Topeka and Santa Fe railway de clared tonight in a formal state ment that the Fo does not in tend to comply with the Adamson eight hour day recently enacted by conprCKK to avert a threatened rail road Ktrikri until ordered to do by the United Rlatos Supreme court Mr Jilpoys slnffmont follows Congress hastily acting under a threat of four lrulors of labor or ganizations enacted a socalled eighthour law whirl IH nnthing more nor loss an advance of 20 to 25 per cent In the ol the host paid men In railway sor vlco It Is only fair to tiin public and to our employes to Bay that tho Santa Fo doeq not Intonrl to comply with tbo law until orrlororl to do so by tho court 01 last Henry Ford To Sue Newspaper Maker Says Chicago Called Him Anar liisl in Editorial MEN AKHA1GNKD Nevada Sopt men under ndictmeut in the district court were arraigned before Judge Fry Tuesday afternoon Henry Winter charged with sending n threatening latter through the mails pleaded guilty and upon recomemmlntion of County At torney Hansen the court sentenced him to five years in the state peni tentiary at Fort Madison but recom mended to the board of control Im mediate parole and withheld the com mitment Royal Harvey of this city charged with operating an automobile con trary to law and failing to lend as sistance in case of an accident waiv ed arraignment and pleaded not guil ty Harvey is the man who ran into a rig on the Jefferson Highway a couple of weeks ago in which Mrs Peter Mathison and little sou were riding Doth wore seriously and for a time it was feared fatally injured Harvey drove on and left the Injured people unassisted ami rendered no assistance W J Dunne charged wtili boot legging waived indictment and plead ed not guilty as dirt Bert Smith charged wtlh cheating by false pre tenses Iowa Legal Department Informed of Adverso Decision in Unitcrt Stales in Ohio Dismiss ed Dse iMoiiies Sept vic tory for the opponents of the suits brought by the Lulcn patents concern has encouraged the attorney gener als office hero and those who are fighting the claims of the Teuton con cern in Iowa This time the victory comes from Ohio Judge John 1C Slater of the Unit ed States district court for southern Ohio has dismissed a complaint brought by Luten against Delaware county Ohio alleging a violation of bis patents in bridge construction In that county Luten lias brought sim ilar cases In many parts o Ihe coun try and the attorneys general In the various states arc fighting his claims As soon as one case is decided all of these places where claims are pond ing are notified Henry E Pampson assistant attor ney general has In handling these Luten cases for fowa says that prac tically the same questions are involv ed In all of these cases Among tho cases which have been against Luten arc the follivring Lu ten vs Washburno in Denver court Judge W E Lewis ruled aaginst Luten Cases are now pond ing In Dea Oklahoma City Dover X and in Wisconsin and Nebraska Snmn Issue Tnvolvort The law as to the patent claims In volved IB the same as in the case of the Atlantic Works vs Brady on which tho supreme court of the Unit ed States ruled Bradley in passing on claims on the Allan tic Works CIIKC said The design of the patent laws Is to reward those who make some sub stantial discovery or Invention which adds to our knowledge and takes a Etnp In advance In the useful arts Such Inventions are worthy of all fa vor It was never the object of those laws to grant a monopoly for every trifling device every shadow of shade of an idea which would nat urally and spontaneously occur to any skilled mechanic or operator In the orderly progress of mnnufncturo Such an Indiscriminate creation of exclusive privileges fonda rather to obstruct thjin to stimulate invention II creates a class of speculative Rclinmors who make it their business to watch tho art VHP rrcwnvp of iny provoinent and gather its foam in tho form of mnnopolirs which enable thorn to lay a heavy toll upon fho industry of tho Country without contributing anything to the real ul viincoment of tho It cm barranca tho lionrst pursuit of buslnoBs wtlh and apprelicn of concealed fiena and unknown llabllltion and vexations accountings Cor profits made in good BOTH FRENCH AND niUTISH OFFICIAL STATEMENTS TODAY CLAIM SUC CESS GERMAN COUNTER ATTACKb QUARTER STOPPED London and Paris Hijjhly Optimistic in noumemciils and Expecta tions London Sopt German at tempt 10 regain possession of tho Leuze on the Soinme front last night led to hand to band fighting with the British The war office announ ced today the Germans were beaten back The breach in the German line ef fected on the front northeast of Ver dun between the Vaux Chaptre re gion and the town of Cehnois The French took prisoners Under the cover of darkness the enemy made a counter attack against our position In the Leuse wood Af ter handtohand fighting the enemy was driven back We took two officers and seven eon men prisoners Fighting at Ginchy continues There has been considerable artillery activity on both sides during tho night and ths fore noon the enemy Is using gas and lach rymatory shells East of Meuvlllo ind SL Vaast the enemy exploded a mine Yesterday evening we carried out very effective a liombarrlniont of the enemys trenches west of Lens OAPTlKE MANY TllENCIIES Paris Srpl French cap tured German first line trenches ov er a front of one milron the Ver dun front it Is officially announced today The French statements adils a pow erful effort was made by the Ger mans to dislodge l ho French from tho hospital farm on the Sommo front without success The Germans suf fered lioavy losses CRUSHED UNDER AlTO FoH Dodfte Hoy Prnhnlily Fill tiny Hurt While Playing on Vlmliict Fort Dodge Sept as 0 N Rates elevator operator at the first National Bank building was telling a freind of all the plans he had for Ills cherished son an 8yearokI boy an auto whirled up to him and a msn handed him the crushed body of the boy of whom hn had beon speaking Ho wps run over by an nuto His In badly crushed and life Is In the balance Tho little boy had run awiiy from home and In crossing a viaduct was run over He wanted to see tho train and it is thought that tho rumble Of the cars underneath kept him from hearing the approaching automobile The driver of the car not known KOSSlTH COUNTYS fTHfAT FAIR IS Kvonl In PniJ of Attracts Many Thousands Algona Sept Big Kossuth county fair the biggest in the his tory of the county is under way Purses of am offered to win ners of the various horse races On Wednesday afternoon there was an additional Mlrarton of auto polo i games and last night and tonight there will bo elamnite displays of fireworks Tho Implement Dealers Associa tion hns m iHrUtion and put on a tractor demonstration near tho grounds oarli morning TttunlyMvn dealers within tho rontrollfd by the Algonn Auto ami Machine company attend ed the Maxwell dralero cou vonilon here U noon the outsMo dealers and several local men Rolhnv thirtysix sal down to a ban quet at the Now Hotel After dinner L J aud D C Kern   

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