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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                VOL XXIII MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1910 NO 18 State This Morning Commenced Pre sentation of Its Case n Tral ot Snl iratore Bravntia ASSOCIATED PRKSS SAYS KING INTENDS TO BEGIN WAR IM MEDIATELY MANY BIG MEN OF GRI3KCK JOINING REVOLUTIONISTS Thought Only Matter of Short Time Until Greece is Fully Twined Up With Entente Athens via Lon don Thursday Sent Associated Iress is in position to state positively that King Constantine decided this inir in favor of immediate dec laration of war on Duliraria The details include an ultimatum to Bulgaria demanding instant evac uation of all of Greek Macedonia as well as plans for mobilization under the difficult conditions presented by the occupation of Greek territory by the entente forces The king this morning discussed the mobillzation problem minutely with General Mos othopoulos chief of the staff and minster THIS IS MAXIMUM NUMHliK TUB OLAIMKD TO BE OUT UY UNION LEADERS Train Robbers Get Mall Sack From Train Band Operated Jjnst Night Near Posses Seek Them Today TODAY IS BEGINNING THIRD WEEK OP STRIKE Determined Effort Made to lane Up More Union Men in Sympathy With The Carmen of He will probably preside person ally over the meeting of the crown council tonight Even the departure of former Premier Venlzelos from Athena created nothing like the sup pressed exictement evident every where this afternoon The people feel their long period of expentacy is about ended The prospects of war with Bulgaria are apparently welcome No Mobilization Reports of a general mobilization being ordered are premature After a session of tlie council of ministers at the palace this morning Premier ICalogeropoulos hastily called a cabi net meeting The premier declared the government is giving the fullest consideration to the situation and aald there might be addressed to Bulgaria a note of such character that mobilization would logically fol low Later in the day It developed die king had decided on a declara The pufc The knife nnd revolver with which Tony Mnnascolis was kill ed in the bunk car he occupied in the Northwestern yards last June were introduced in evi dence this morning by tho state in tlie Bravatia murder trial as was a broken old 32calibre rifle which was the only weapon that was found by the officers that had been in possession of tho dead man Photographs cf the bunk car outside and inside of the place where the knifo and pistol were found after Bra vntia led the officnra to place are being used In explaining tho testinony Examination by SlieriVf bluish disilosed that Bravatia was id lowed but little sleep or some itnie prior to leading officers to the place where tlie weapons were found and attempt wns made to have the admission stricken on this ground but they were allowed to stand bv Kelley The court refused at time to admit testimony of the sheriff concerning a recent attempt of prisoners in tile county jail to saw their way out on Stand Crossexamination ot Sheriff Mars by Attorney Williams was conclud ed shortly before noon and bor leaders met with sznall suc Gorman chief of police who was with the sheriff iu charge of tho in vociUgaUon of the placed on the stand The chief gave testimony corroborating that of the sheriff regarding the finding of the body the matters which lead up to the arrest of Bravatia when suspi cion fell upon him and other mat ters Including questioning of him by the police at times when be was in their custody caller morning was R A Washburri Detroit Sept Is being vigorously pressed today for a gang believed to number five or i V3 late last night held rk and Chicago Ex on the Michigan near Dearborn ten miles here and after beating a Ireman John Doherty into uncou ciousness made off with one pouch registered mail The amount ob ained will not be known until the postal authorities check up the reg stered mail The coaches and Pullmans were not entered Whilo only two men participated in the actual work of the holdup it is be ieved they had several accomplices waiting BEKL1X THINKS SENDING OLT TUG OK AIlUOACH Ol1 BKKMKN Now York Sept the beginning of the third week of the street car strike today renewed ef forts were made to extend the gn eral strike to all trades unions here and In Westchester county Only part of the total number of organ ized workers have responded to the strike call estimates of those re sponding ranging from to up wards of The maximum figures were given out by tin labor leaders Service on the elevated and subway lines continued normal today except for the withdrawal of a large num ber of cars owing to decreased trof flc clue to the Jewish holiday Un tj CQSS in their renewed efforts to bring xbout the promised general strike the photographer who took photo graphs used in explaining locations of objects referred to in the testi mony and identified them as being correct representations of the prem ises Objections of the defense to the photographs was only formal and they were readily admitted by tlie court The TtiiT The jury trying the case is made up as follows F E Wood George Brown E C Cornell E C Waller G S Avery L Nelson Edward Hanson Tom Essex L F Finch T E Needham W A Crulkaliank Henry Winans Manascolls HUGHES IN NEW JEUSKY Trenton N Sept E Hughes made his first appear ance as a presidential nominee In Wilsons home state today address Ing the state fair audience here even with good security At that iu aald hape becffrfie Ver HIGH SOM IS VICTIM OF OF BUGKMHLERS Names of Victims and Swindlers Sup pressed Until Daughter of Is Married Next Month tion of war against Bulgaria decision is not yet announced licly as the worked out details remain to be STUDENTS TUG FIGHT Northwestern Boys Stage Kvanston Row ut Special to The GlobeGazette Was Tony laborer murdered car which was his in the home by Italian bunk Salva angry Soon after the request was repeated and again denied ant Tonys anger is said to have increas ed On Monday night before the shoot ing on Wednesday night Manascoli is said to have come to Bravatia with a third demand and when he left on its being refused ia said to have left a black hand which will be offered as evidence by the de fense demanding J500 by Sunday or lose your This letter was left in a crack by the door accord Ing tc the defendant and was found iy him All clay Tuesday the defendant says he worried and Tuesday night lie he found his house had been broken into and ransacked and 1is revolver stolen The next day he will admit purchasing the automatic pistol with which the shooting was done He had found his house brok en open after going to town to mail Special to The GlobeGazette Chicago Sept The real mance of an has temporar ily blocked tlie exposure of the lat est blackmail plod which resulted in the fleecing of a sich Iowa merchant out of Tlie girl whoso fath er was the victim blackmailers is to be married October iO and fed eral agents promised today to delaj arrests until after the girls wedding The Iowa victims name nor the names of his swindlers will not he made public until the arrests are made Fear that his daughters fu ture happiness might be wrcckec and the forlbcomiiig wedding plans cancelled caused 4he blackmailers victim to expos agents Pull information as to the detail of the blackmail were laid before the federal agents today upon arrival In Chicago of two attornews represent ing the Iowa victim The story Is said to outrival the other sensational disclosures recently given publicity to asfc for in making os jusUc THINKS LONG HOOX 1110 ICXDIOI UY CUAlvr las iicen Somewhere Ijetween ISrc iiien and New London since Karly in the Summer Berlin via London Sept News of the actual docking of the submarine Bremen at New London is still lacking but the owners and the public generally assume a tele gram announcing the departure of a lonvoying tug from tho American port will be immediately followed by the announcement of the voyage of the merchant submarine as hav ing been completed The Bremen took much longer on Imtest Information at Field Head quarters Says lie Contemplates Striking NeiiivPnbens Tex Field American Punitive Expedition in Mexico by radio to Columbus N 28 with GOO men was at Santa Clara inich thirty miles east of Namiqulpa Sept 22 for the purpose of capturing trains near Laguna and with the ulterior motive of strik ing north and invading Texas In the vicinity of Faheas according to the latest most detailed reports re ceived here tonight The following are the leading ad herents reported with Villa Josn 1 lies Martin Lopez three Murga brothers and Nikolas Fernan dez Villa himself IS unable to walk without a crutch or put his right foot on the ground Tho horses In the band are In am the men iu rags would necessary Although the Send Troops Home Special to The GlobeGazette San Antonio Sept First regiment Illinois lold artillery and a batter of Wiscouson artillery which filled out the regiment Blnco one of It batteries was sent home wore today designated to return to their state camps by General Funs ton owners successfully concealed any appearance of apprehension they have been waiting over a sveek anx iously for news The Bremen whose dimensions are exactly the Held at town KXTHND OiTY LIMITS same as the Deutschlands carries a cargo of the same character The company expects the same generous profits as made by tlie first under sea liner to cross the Atlantic The Deutschland is expected to leave for the United States shortly after the arrival men at New London of the Bre New London Sept ficials of the forwarding company to diy stildliey hud ao definite Infor mation to give out concerning the Bremen the arrival ot which has ong been awaited here tore Bnitavia another Italian until a week before his friend with rob bery as a motive or was he killed hery as a motive or was killed by ihots fired by Bravatia in selfde fense In a struggle resulting from au alleged blackhand demand tor 500 which Bravatia claims the dead man made upon Mm Opening statements of Hill county attorney and James E Wil Chicago Sept hundred under graduates of Northwestern iversity engaged in a fight In counsel for the defense In ton today Seventyfive freshmen I Bravatias trial draw those issues were thrown into the icy waters of sharply Lake Michigan Riot calls sent the The state expects to prove that police to the scene but they wore JManascolis had 200 or a few powerless to restore order The before he was killed and that tnrbances were incident to proclamajit was his desire to that tion IN THIS GRANITE STATI5 Concord N convention of Sept state New Hampshire Re publicans assembled here today to adopt a platform and otherwise pro are for the coming campaign and o listen to addresses by several not ed party leaders from outside tho te The convention was called to order shortly before noon by John T Bartlett of Portsmouth letters he had and mother written to his Among other father things smashed was the lamp and he went to a neighbors to borrow another Near or at the neighbors house ho says he met again and was again thretened with dire re sults should the not be forth coming Finally he concluded the best thing to do was to try to talk Tony out cf the idea of killing him for the and went to his bunk ear at night for the purpose Bravatia says his effort was of no avail and that Tony announced his intention of spot Then finishing him on the he says they engaged CAROLINA C T U Sumter Sept extended a hearty greeting to tho In a death grapple in which tho man now dead who outweighed him forty pounds or more soon gained the as Bratavia across the tfiO feet or ceuiaiicy so oetwecn his little home on South When he could no longer defend jFedfiral avenue to the railway bunk jhimself and was being overpowered car In the Northwestern yards Manascolis the attorney says be across the tracks on tlie night of his pistol fired twice into the led many from woman gathered all over South here today Carolina to take part in the annual state conven tion of the Womans Christian Temp erance Union The visitors will he here through the remainder of the week and elaborate preparations have been made for their entertain ment Daily sessions for tho trans action of the business of the conven tion will be held The annual reports prepared by the several of the slate organization show that the past year lias boon one of steady growth and the outlook for com ing year is very encouraging June 2S and 20 floor as a warning then shot tho The body of the dead man was disjlllan three times through he loft arm covared morning of June 20 with five bullc wounds in it and two and finally fired a shot into his bade near the shoulder blade on the left knife slashes in the neck huddled into a corner of the bunk car The Then Manascolis is said to have dead man was attired only in underloosened his hold but continued the Bullets wore found in pis Rattack nnd the knifo when tho food work in various parts of was empty came into play Briefly the above is the outline of Hills no irjfense given by the attorney On many points In the The state according to Mr ADVISKMKNT outline expects to show that Bra vatia bought the pistol the day be fore the shooting that the crime was premeditated and that It was a plain murder for the purpose of robbery Governor of Minnesota Holds Ques tion of Open claims of state and defense do agree Some of tho Important fions are the location of the wounds presence or absence of powder burn The Hlaclc Hnnd Claim Jon the union suit of the dead man In outlining the defense Mr Wiljiind in the wounds and other things of linms opened with the assertion that nature until a week or so before tho tragedy THXNKSSKK LYNCHING Special to The GlobeGazette Nashville Sept negroes arrested in connection with the murder of Bud Burns at Gar lonsburg were taken from tho Ho henwald jail by a mob today and shot to death TWO SHIPS SUNK Special to The GlobeGazette London Sept steamship and the British Swedish hark Benguela have boon sunk It is reported the crews of the Swedish Knut Hllde and Dania have been landed The steamship Tbelma of Glasgow was also sunk KKIOHSTAG MICKTS Convene German Lawmakers Short Session THUHK SUSPKCTS KKMUSKI Grand Rapids Sept 28 Three suspects are held today in the county jail here In connection with the search for the assailant of pret ty Miss Olga Dahl the school teach er assaulted tied to a tree and shot three times in the face were releas ed today after farmers who had seen the assailant were unable to identify any of the three suspects The hopes of apprehending the veal as sailant are waning although the search continues MICHIGAN G O P Special to The GlobeGazette Saginaw Sept gan republicans met in convention here today to nominate a state ticket for the November election The con vention Is expected lo he uneventful and harmonious to Take in New Territory Town Falls Sept special election Is being held In this city to lay to vote on adding some new ter ritory to tho city on the west H Is proposed to take in a tract of land y ng between Washington avenue and the Northwestern track There is no opposition to this expansion as the land Is owned by Welden Osgood who are pUttlngthe largestaddition ever added to file city It will com prise about thirtyfive acres and con MA USE STRONG AS IN THAT WITH OUT IIATTKKIKS AUK IHSY IX SUCTION Atlonux to Ground Near rioiiim But 1YoiicIi uttncka Ormaiis hist front between It is offi the on the Verdun iiiimoiiul urid tloii Jially announced to the Havas Ago ny today omorrow at which U be prodai l forces made two tacks Bulgaria on tho Kaimakcalan Heights his been undertaken by tho On the Slnima front near British artillery is more ranitin active I in I mi A lacks London Sept tain lots nearly oue hundred and fifty The streets are being graded and sidewalks and sewers will he put In this fall The lots will probably be put on sale this fall or as soou as the improvements am completed HLGIIKS INDimSIOS WHITMAN New York Sept that the New York primaries are over tho efforts of the Republican leaders will be directed toward erasing all evi dences ol discord resulting from the hard an toprimary battle so that tho oapi of four successive Bulgarian attacks on Kaimakcalan mountain is announced in a dispatch today from Serbian headquarters to the Heaters Agency A Potrograd dispatch to the Chronl icle says Field Marshal Von Hlnden burgs new discussion plans arc arousing much In the Russian capital because the German commander clner is known attach more portance to tho eastern than to western front The Russian tary observers believe Vou buiij is even prepared tlie Rhino rather Hum er Russian advance tho Balkans in im the in III Hinden to retiro to permit iurtli and defeat in HIUTlSn London Sept troops st night advanced at various now about to begin in points on tho Kommo front between Hughes the presideuj iMartinimicli and Guondecoiirl it is officially announced todav DEFEND BLUE SKV LAWS Attorneys General Decide on Joint Action Des Moinea Sept blue sky law IB being attacked in the Unit edstates courts by an organization of corporations Tho Ohio Michigan and other state laws have been aat tacked In the lower courts and np pnaled to the higher tribunal At a recent meeting of the association of Special to The Berlin via London Sept Reichstag moots here today for what promises to he possibly a short ses sion hut nevortheloss a stirring and important one Interest In the opening Is centered upon the speech of Dr Von Beth mann Hollwog Imperial chancellor particularly as to what allusion lio might niiVo to the subject of pence attorneys general hold In Chicago it was decided to Jointly defend the blue sky laws as all states were more less Interested each state having somo such kind of law Attorney General Cossou of Iowa has been ask ed to prepare a brief and argument For for the attorneys general on this ques tion and appear beforn the United States supreme court at Washington In its defense party may present a solid front in the campaign now earnest Mr tlal nominee is to spend the re nnitndcr of this week traveling across the shite and will be givon an opportunity talk over the sit uation with the representatives of all sections and all factions of the party His firtit address IK to be de livered tonight at Saratoga where a state jontVrenoe of Republican leaders Is now in session to draw up a platform and select presidential electors Mr Hughes in hia iddress it Is said will come out with a strong endorsement of Governor Whitmans candidacy for reelection This is expected to offset the stor ies recently published tbat Mr Hughes had told frienids that he considered Mr Whitman and Wil liam M Ciildor the senatorial nom inee a weight upon bis campaign WHV BfcKF IS HIGH Demi Curtis Tells ol the Sale of Ciltlu in Argentina nt 110 a Head friends and that dispute that On Ilifi jlhR doad men tho riofonKO will not claim tbrvl Mnnaseolis crime to his evidence dentli through pistol shots nnd knife Cliallong wounds inflicted State convening court this morning of its Special to Tho GlobeGazette St Paul Sept a hom ing today Governor Burnnuist took under advisement tho question of signing extradition papers for In nravalia was a gas company employe Minneapolis broker reputed had purchaser himsolf lit to bo wealthy indicted In Chicago intie liomo nnd had connection with an alleged syndicate dollars in lie bank of automobile thieves Bond Introduced witnesses to allow that he was not In Chicago at tho time of tho one theft charged In the indictment began presentation for of Ellis Bloom by the defendant field an peremptory nhnllongos Tho doul iiiiin had been employed tho balance nf the regular panel n tho Northwestern section innR early in tlio afternoon Those challenged wore Mossn Wosrott Rodfcrn Kamblin nnd Washington Thon came tho wnll for Inlesmen few hundred About a week before tho shooting the friendship was broken when Tony demanded of his friend a loan Im mediately of Tie was told It la said that it could not he spared R Nicholson City real estate was tho ftrsl talesman to bo examined nnd panned for cause Mr NlcbolKon expressed a strong Bcrnplo arjalnnt capital punishment HKllIUJOAN York O I1 Considers Hc timi to Convention System of Nom inations Spe iti Tho to Saratoga Springs N Sept The principal planks In tho tentative draft of theplatform of the repub lican state cohvonfion In session to day rnllod for the rotiirn tOtho party convention isyittcni of nominating stato oflceiS and strong dec laration for arbitration ns a means of settllnfi Industrial disputes and ad vocated resubmlsslon of woman suf frage amendment The leaders had hrpnrT to conclude tho business early ar nothing could detract from tho ad dress of diaries 13 Hughes tonight Ames Sept I Curtis dean of the Agricultural division of tho Iowa State College has just returned to Ames from a three months tour of Argentina and other South Ameri can countries where he inspected the slock ranches there This however was not tho primary cause Tor his trip Dean Curtis was one of a com pany of five from this country which was invited by the llnrat Society of Argentina o act as Judges at the International show held in Buenos Ayros recently According lo Dean Curtis ninny classes at tho recent show excelled any formerly at tho International An othor feature the show was th live slock sale which was held by the various exhibitors Mr Curtis to II lustrato the enormous prices which some of the animals brought tolls of 0110 herd of twentyfive which wro offered for salo on the irst day They brought an average of a head Many Iowa worn among the prlzo an Curtis Raid IN POLICE COUKT Severnl offenders were up In po lice court this morning on various Frank Wilson drew a fino of for speeding Tim Russo wns requested to parl with for shooting inside the city limits and be did so C C Lusher and Guy Sticknoy drew fino each for intoxication Olio Khioldfi drew a fino of for ilm samf ofinsc GERMAN STATKMHXT Borlih via London Sept German troops yesterday viclorous ly repulsed the AngloFrench for cer on the greater part of the battle front between Anere Tlroolc and tho River Soinme it is officially an nounced today Gorman aviators yesterday again dropped a great number of bombs on Bucharest Tho statement de clares several points of the Ruman ian capital are still burning as the result of previous at lacks INSTALL HKAI Salem Sopt preparations are being completed for tho cominginauguration of Or Carl Gregg Doney former president of West Virginia Wrsleyan college as he University The ex ercises are to be hold hero two weoka from tomorrow and will be attended by representatives of tho Methodist church and numerous prominent ed ucators from all tho North west KItOM INJlHI KS f Tindle of Sherrard who haa boon receiving earn at the Parl HoBiiital for several days as the re sult of injuries received when his nuto turned turtle on tho Clear Lake road last Saturday morning was released today having recover ed from his injuries Mr Tindlc is sevintyone years of MPFCII City foil experienced a considerable change in tomjiei this morning which no itnubt brought about several otherwise Al tho iiiinimum tomporaturc rigistrod last Jiigh was about iilx dogroos ahrive lowest tim already roglslorod thin fall it did nor to any groat ox I en I diKln he day time as it did in tins previous old snaps ami this tho mercury stood ut 4S above Reports from tho government rlo3 not Indicate that tills porlorl f weather will bo of long nnd wanner oathor will como ftiriiM In a few ajf BO leave cm on liATTLlNC KOIl IIOIISEY Tronton N Sept ap pearance of Charles K Hughes as n speaker at tho interstate fair hero today marks tho beginning of a hard fight planned iby the Republicans to capture the home state of President Wilson Tho Republican loaders are claiming Now Jersey for Hughes but they are going give decided at tontlon io tho state as a battleground nevertheless Mr llughoy will speak in Newark probably on October D and will pay a third visit to the state in tlie week of tho campaign In addition to tho hoail of tho national somo of the foremost spoll in ho republican ranks will bo sent hero as lho campaign pro AUTO Millionaire to loners iilkr Jolice Detroit Sopt Conzena ti millionaire former vlooprcsl L of Kord Motor Company the appointment as po of The n uuivially   

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