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   Mason City Weekly Globe-Gazette, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1916, Mason City, Iowa                                VOL XXIV MASOX CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBICU 12 20 Robins Made First Marker But Sox Were Out for Blood and Soon Accumulated Safe Crown Thought to Be Record Breaker Because of Holiday Score by BOSTON 01201000 4 7 2 BROOKLYN 0100000001 3 Shore and Cady Pfeffcr Dell and Myers to The GlobeGazette Boston Oct anniversary ESSfcof the discovery of America by Co STilumbUB observed as a holiday here coincided with the game today Thousands oE persons freed from labors went to the Braves field and as a result the club offi said before the game it was likely to be the greatest crowd in the history of baseball The fact that only one more victory lay between and the worlds champion ship added interest and increased the icrowft OHflcial attendance gpecial to Tlie GlobeGazette Boston Oct 12 The air was crisp Sand clear for the flth game of the Svorld aeries between the Boston JkVmericang and tile Brooklyn Nation s here today Predicting south winds the fore iteter thought the conditions woxild Boinewhat by game time attendance is prpbably 54 rec TH1S HATTING UKDKK Uostoii Hooper right field left u second base ri ALL THEY ASK IS PRACTI CALLY COMPLETE CON TBOL OF THE COUN TRY WANT NAVY TURNED OVER AND FORTS DISMANTLED Also Include in Their Request the control of Telegraph Mail and Railway Service md ed Shorten center field risht liaiidon th sea coast latest reports on the Greece situation are that the Greek authorities have yielded to the entente demands for turning over virtually the entire Greek navy 1 dismantling or surrender of the forts crt Hoblitzell first base left handed left field right handed itirdiLor second Iwise left handed Scott short stop right handed Cady catcher right handed Shore pitcher right handed Brooklyn H Meyers center field right ban fled Duubert first bnse left handed Stentrel right field left handed Wheat left field left handed Cuttihaw second base right hand ed Moivrey third bnse riEht handed Olson short stop rieht handed Miller cAtcheri rlcht handed Pfeffer pitcher left handed Control by tho entente of all ma terinl for naval observations and of the railroad mail and telegraph serv ice in order to render impossible its use to the detriment the entente force is reported included in the de mands Tells of Conditions in Interior of Hevolulion Torn Republic Doming N Oct teen Mexicans held nt Coloula Diihhui In conectton with tho Villa raid on Columbus N itlnrch hiive been indicted by the county grand jury charged with murder tho officers with tho punitive expedition cannot absent themselves to attend court tho prisoners will not be tried nt this tenn but will be held nt the field headquarters Several of the Mexicans have already been convicted here on similar charges and six hnve been hanged and tho sentence of one commuted by tho governor to lifeimprison ment OF U53 TO sol mm WHITE STAR LINE SAYS ADRIATIC WILL SAIL FOR LIVERPOOL TODAY NUAIBER OF SHIPS STILL WAIT FOR INSTRUCTIONS Is aholiday here The weath er is clear and cold with a moderate nbrthwest wind blowing across the tionuls The Red Sox are favorites in the fcetttng at odds of 3 to 1 on the ser The gateawere opened at 10 and the openstands were fill iJ5d at noon At p the Red Sox on Jtered the field and came on at p the m Brooklyns f a i First Iniiirie H Meyers up strike 1 called rike 2 called strike 3 out Pfeffer l jp strike 1 foul tip ball 2 strike foul out catcher to first Stengel p ball 1 ball 2 singles to Scott cott threw high Stengel safe on tlrst Wheat up ball 1 out pop toul to first I No runs no hits one errors Hooper up strike 1 called foul Strike 2 ball 1 ball 2 ball 3 out ffeecond to first Janvrin up ball 1 ball 2 out third to first Shorten p ball 1 ball 2 htrike 1 called ut fly to left No runs no lilts no errors Sccouil Iiminjc Cutshaw up ball 1 ball 2 ball 3 Mowrey up out Cutshaw on aec fbaH 4 he walks Upitcher to first ond Olson up Olson out third to Jflrst Cutshaw on third Myer Rjip Cutshaw scored on passed ball JtiUte 1 ball 1 ball 2 out short to irst One run no hits no errors Hoblitzell up strike I strike 2 fjut pitcher to first Lewis up trike 1 foul strike 2 ball 1 hits to niiil After the petitions have been cir culated less than one week the sub scriptions for the Grace Lewis play fund toy the benefit el ghty out fly to center Wheat up strike 1 strike foul back out strike 3 foul Cutshaw up ball 1 strike 1 called out pitcher to fisl No runs no hits no errors Hoblitzell up ball 1 ball 2 ball 3 ball 4 Hoblitzell walks Lewis up bunts out sacrifice first to sec ond Cutshaw covering first Hob weut to second Gardner up ball 1 foul strike 1 out second to first Hoblitzell taking third Scott up strike 1 called out short to first No runs no lilts no errors at the Odd Fellows1 Home in this city total 107 This how ever does not Include the additional promised by one of the citizens as soon as the was sub scribed It end of this raised to Many who have prev iously Indicated their willingness to give have not been paid a visit but a more thorough campaign will be launched as soon as possible Is thought that by the week the total will be iifJi of News ofw Furthei Raids Leads to Belief Sub marine Is on Way to Base on East Side of Pond Special to The GlobeGazette El Paso Oct Mexican protestant missionary who returned today from a visit to Central Mexi co declared not with standing the suf ferings of the peons in the district Villa is now preying on they would rise to a man in Villas behalf should the American punitive expedition at tempt to operate south of its present base Tire missionary submitted this report to his superiors The report explained the peons fear and hate Villa but have been taught to telieve the Americans would go after Villa only with the masked purpose seizing and an nexing the country In Zacatecas the missionary who is also a physician declared In his report Unit he had ex amined men lying in streets as If drunk finding them dying of star vation Women lacking strength to speak implored him with thoir eyes for alms Tho children arc terribly emac iated Other arriving at the bordpr confirm missionarys statements as to the decline in value of Carranza money Water sellers at railway stations a paper dollar for a jar of water No water is sup plied on the cars Tho paper dollar is now down to two cents Special to Tlie GlobeGazette Now York Oct Star Line steamer Adriatic due to leave today with about 250 passen gers and nearly 1SOOO tons of cargo moat of which is said to be war ma terial was among the eight or more steamships flying flags of the En tente Allies which are awaiting ad vices from agents of those govern ments as to whether It is now safe to leave this port for Europe in view of a possible raid by the German sub marine Ui3 While Star official declared the Adriatic would leavo foi Liverpool today denying she wouli be conveyed by an Entente war vcs sel Tho Atlantic transport line steam ed is loading tons of cargc said to be war munitions Having heard nothing further re garding the activities of the U53 shipping men are inclined to believ she is on her way to her base prob ably Helgoland SHOW TJIO INCREASE Fifth Inning Mowrey up strike I out third to first Olson up strike 1 foul back strike 2 foul back ball 1 ball 2 out fly to center Meyers up ball 1 singles to center Pfeffer up strike 1 foul back out third to first No runs one hit no errors Cady up strike 1 foul ball 1 out short to first Shore up ball 1 out filed to left Wheat made a great catch Hooper up hits first ball to right lanvrin up doubles to cen ter the wind carries the ball away from Meyers Hooper scored Short en up strike 1 foul tip struck um pire strike 2 called ball 1 ball 2 wild pitch and Janvrin took third out strike three called One run two hits no errors St Paul Oct increase of approximately 21 per cent on the operating revenue for 1016 over Ifliri Is shown in the annual report of the Great Northern railroad today Of this increase freight revenue shows the far greater proportion The total revenue was com pared with in 1915 ancl operating for the year wore Deducting maintenance cost and appropriations this loaves a surplus of Sixth Inning H Meyers out fly to center eft for a triple ball bounced head Gardner up out to left and Lewis scored Scott Daubert up strike 1 attempted bunt ball 1 out third to first Stengel up ball 1 strike 1 strike 2 foul ASSOCIATION PIIKSS SKTS ANOTHKH WllUi UECOrri New York Oct reporting to its membership todays baseball game between Brooklyn ami Boston the the the Associated Press exceeded telegraphic feat performed on BostonBrooklyn giime of yesterday by connecting eighteen circuits so that one sending from the park de livered the descriptive play to 400 offices This Involved u total of miles of tclograph wires all oporaled and controlled by the send er at the baseball nark There was instantaneous delivery from Bangor to Tampa San Oiorx to Spokane and in every PhinH Perfected Special to The GlobeGazette Washington Oct n immediate steps are In contcniplfitlo for actual establishment of naval nou tralily patrol along the Atlanlf coast as thp result of tho German sub marine raid the navy department ha completed a definite plan to be pu iiilo operation if the campaign con Utues The entire destroyer foro reserve assisted Ir navy tugs and othe will be employed t active and in light cruisers auxiliary eraft protect American territorial water and also to prevent the estiiblishmen of any secret bases ashore or coir muuication between ahorp radio sta tlous nnd tho belligerent leased wiro point In the service between conitis Associated Ihrase loui IS FOUND by uflfl f annul ball 1 strike 1 strike 2 ball out foul fly to catcher One run three hits no errors Third Tnninc H up ball 1 strike 1 called wdul tip strike 2 strike three out JH Meyers up out third to first up out pitcher to first on Irst pitched hall L No runs no hits no errors Cady up singles over first Shore foul bunt strike 1 ball 1 try b get Cady off first out foul bunt flo catcher Hooper up trying for over back out filed to short No runs no hits no errors lomei e gii at a at flffiUCady at first ball 1 another throw to first and another ball ball 3 4all 4 Hooper walks Cndy going to Janvrin up strike 1 call ball 1 hits to short Olson ire no ley he au d t 3d re Hoblitzell up strike 1 strike 2 ball 1 ball 2 ball 3 out to first un assisted Lewis up ball 1 long to eft strike 1 singles to left Gard ner up ball 1 try to get Lewis at first forces Lewis at sncrvnd Gard ner on first Scott up ball 1 strike 1 try to get Gardner at first bail 2 wild pitch Gardner took second out third to first Scott out Ihird t first No runs one hit no errors Northwood Oct 12 An Austrian laborer whose name has not yet been learned by the authorities was kill ed here about 11 today in a cavein at the septic tank site of tlve sewerage disposal plant being con structed here The tank had been finished ami the supports for the forms were be ng removed when aen vein came and the unfortunate man was crushed un der a large quantity of concrete and Special to Tho GlobeGazette Oshkoah Oct T Clark was found guilty of murdering his wife by shooting by the circuit court jury today Clark who also shot and seriously wounded himself declared he did not recall shooting his wife on the street as charged He will be sentenced Monday Cleared ITp Washington Oct whol submarine situation both as to th recent raid on the Mew England and the hrouder ion in Germany avarian Monarch Insane and Confined to Castle for Years Reported to Have Passed Away pedal to The GlobeGazette London Oct 1 King Ot o of Bavaria who has been insane or many years has died suddenly ccordlng to a Copenhagen dispatch he Exchange Telegraph Company uotlug a Berlin official announce ment The mad king died at Fuerstenreid astle near Munich where he was onfiiiRd since 1873 Born April 27 848 he succeeded his brother Lud ig Second in ISSB Ludwig the Second also was insane and drowned limsolf Otto was deposed Nov a U13 and succeeded by the present uonarch Ludwig the Third SAID TO CONTINUE TODAY MARKED ADVANCES ON WHOLE BATTLE Wilson Had llusy Day for Him When He Arrived in Indianapolis This RmnanimiN Arc Forced Back AfjainsL Hie Fronlior Asserts icrmuu Official Statement Today Berlin via Oct 12 The Teuton troops art pursuing tho Rumanians on the whole of the east ern Transylvania front It is offi cially announced The second Ru manian army has been driven back into a frontier position the state ment declares to the GlobeGazette Indianapolis Oct and Mrs Wilaon arrived here before loon today for a busy stay until the rain leaves late today The presl JeiU was to review a good roads mo or parade and later make an ad Iress at Hie state fair grounds and second address will be to a jarly of farmers bolorc the trains leparturo Crowds greeted President Wilson at Dayton Ohio and Richmond Ind He refused to make political speeches At Dayton the president was almoat mobbed by the crowd of good nutured people who sought to shake hands Speaking at the Good Roads cele bration President Wilson urged the need for tlra United States and de clared good roads arc vory important in knitting tho people and country to gether Prosidont Wilson addressed crowd of approximately ten thousand people in tho coliseum at tho stafr fair grounds after attending a luncheon by Governor Ualsfon of In diana and reviewing an automobile parade Thrstreets wore when Presi dent Wilson iirrived Ho was cnthit sirvslically greeted as ho passed up the street from tho station The lUUiiin Front London Oct 12 General Cildor lias has reported success in breaking the austrlan line at several points southeast of Gorixia in the sudden cnewal of the Itulian drive toward Trlest is declared by the untcnta jorrespondems tit the front to liavu een effected In the of strength med Austrian lines io which fresh roops were recently sent Vienna in its latest statement claims tho Italians wore driven out of many trenches that they had pen etrated and that fighting was being continued for possession of others The Austrinns took 1400 men of the attacking forces Rome is reported to have captured over 5000 prison eds in the course of the advance of agila for a ruthloss re sumption of tho warfare shows signs In official quarlars of having prac tically cleared up Also Rear Admiral Cleaves com manding the Atlantic destroyer flo tilla reported today his personal be lief that no steamer Kingston or Kinpstonlnn was sunk by the German submarine After a long search the destroyer force found no trace of the ship Seventh Inning Brooklyn Wheat up fly to right out Cut ahaw up strike 1 out pitcher to firiit Mowrey up strike 1 ball 1 singles to loft Olson up foul tr loft strike 1 hits to short threw wild to first and Mowrey went to third and Olson to second no er Coroner C A Hurd is holding an inquest this afternoon to determine whether any negligence contributed Another Property Owner Set tlement With School liour Another property owner who ap pealed from the nward of the jury in the matter of the high school site condemnation has settled with tho school board according to announce ment made by members of the board today Tho most rocont settlement is with H Valentine Mrs Cynthia to tho accident and also is trying to jfloopan had previously learn who and where the friends are victimsbut two nppeals aro now luit those of George Hughes and George Hill Meyers up out pop fly to pitcher Oaubert up strike 1 ball 1 foul back strike 2 out short to first No ruis no hits no errors Dell Is pitching right for Brooklyn Janvrin up singles to left on first TO KKlAlll 1AVKMKNT ldiing of Asphalt to llo Done I5y flryiint Company Xext Week Hub Issue Taliicil Berlin Oct A most notable Incident at the open Ing of tho Reichstag yoslerday was supplied by Major RusKormann the leader of he National Liberals in bis report from tho budpott committee that althoiiRh It had been unable to reach n decision on tho submarine question It voted 21 to 4 against the discussion of the subject in open ses sion Indianapolis Oct Dayon President Wilson declared that it did his heart KOOC to receive such wel comes Leaning over tho observa tion platform of his private car Kome timos four or five people had hold of ouch of his hands at one time In shouts from the crowd tho rail way oight hour law was frenuontly mentioned STILL HAVR CHANtH Council B lifts imined In urn os Mollies on Masiw City Man Mayor Thompson Called Heforr Inves p Hndy as A repair crew from the Bryant V1XISIIKS INVESTIGATION Special tcThe GlobeGazette nibbing Oct R Fnirley special federal tnvestiRator sent to the Mesaba Range by the Fed eral Labor Department with Ilewoll Davios is enroute to Washington to day where he will submit a final re port on the recent strike of the iron ore miners Davies will remain here n few days gather additional data The investigators were sent here at tile soliichitlon of the mayors of tho pitched ball Shorten up ball 1 try to get Janvrin at first ball 2 strike I culled out sacrifice third to first Jnnvrln took second Hob Asphalt paving companys crew will i go to work next week patching up the places In the asphalt pavement wliieh have been cut open during tho past year and making other repairs iiccfsfary Most of this work Is bad to second Cady scored j ror Mayors up out nliort to firnt ih SUPP uildiil Hooper went to third Olson fum atid threw wild Hooper still on third Shorten up strike 1 atrike 2 ball 1 Janvrin out steal catcher to short Hooper held Hoblitzell up try to get at first Shorten out catcher to short aiM iwo hits two errors liEtealinc I Two ri fourtfi Tuning Eiaogol up ball 1 atrike 1 called No runs one hit one error Cady up strike 1 out pop fly to third Shore up strike 1 ball 1 strike 2 strike 3 out Hooper up out second to first No runs no hits no errors Highlit luiiiusr Mcrltlf bats right for Pfeffor Mcrkle up ball 1 out made a grand fly to left catch H up sfrlke 1 ball 1 Htrike 2 ball 2 hill 3 nut fly to left Tatil necessitated by pu ting the tecphone irin held on second Lewis up ballwires underground and will be paid I ball 2 strike 1 called strike 2 for by the telephone company which range cities with the announced pur pose f conciliating hies the labor trou Though dcloKalioiiK from Council Bluffs and DOS Moincs iiiul thoKo sections of the state up on W A fudd wiiter commissioner here at the Water Works Mens Io wa Convention Davenport thi3 week the Mason City officer thinks there is still a fighting chance to land the next year convention here The board of directors has held tho convention matter In obuyanco for tlie present North Iowa has not very many inombers in thr Associa tion and some more must be ob tained from nearby town if the con vention is to be hrought hero Tho local waterworks will take to set those iiKmbers WOMAN DUOS nvmiy FIRMS tjrx Shcnandoiih Oct excite ment of her husband shooting at a varmint in the chicken house about midnight Saturday was fatal to George Hodges of Sidney Sho was awakened by tho dis turbance among the fowlo and got the gun while Mr Hodges dressed CSoing outside she on the stops while her husband wont to the hen house and fired two shots Hearing his wife call he went back to find her dying By the time the small BOH secured aid she was dead The cause or her diath was heart failure the physicians state is Milking HUICIIK CAUSR alled out fly to left No runs one hit no errors Xiiilh Inning Brooklyn Stengel up strike 1 sin gles to left Wheat up strike 1 frilled strike 2 ball I out strike 3 OutHhaw up out second to first Stengel wont to second Mowrey up strike 1 called ovit fly to short No runs one hit no errors In addition to actual time ami mater ial will pny fifteen per cent of tho cost for overhead expense Ineuncd by the which will insure tho mu nicipality being out nothing for the work The concrete base In all the eiita made by the phnne company has been replaced and In cuts made for other purposesns well ft Is thought the work will require about a repair week Special to The ChiHhohn Minn Oct Because he beieievd funn char acters in Sunday newspapers worn drawn him Chnrlos MariUi 25 n minor committed suicide early to day by blowing himself up with a hugo ehinge nf dyna mlto lying on a bundle of sticks and then touching a match to them His friends say lio has been acting very strangely Chicago Oct records de sired iw Slates Attorney Hoyne in onnoa4Ioii with his announced inten tion o seeking indictment of Chief of of Police Charles C Hoaley which devewped a raid in the city hall yes terday were delivered to tho grand jury today Mayor William H Thompson a mil his private secretary Charles C morrls appeared briefly as witnesses in conneclion with the records Oth ers from the city hall and a large number of pollee department captains nlso worn sumomned he captains bo Ing instructed to bring all meords dealing with vice gambling nnd K loons The records from tho offtoo of Chief Henley nlorie orrMipierl wo niito trucks Mr Hovne sntd thnt he Investiga tion would not he completed the of tho week He snid fhal In would oppose any atiempt of Mr ley or his Hocretnry William rudl to testify is they mlifhl if ipermllled lo do no plaining linuiun ilty floliirTiliig to Ills nffica tho mivnv Mr Hoyno rloniocrnl was playing petty polities In furllur nnco of his for reelection The maynr Is liafVing Die pamiiaign of ITnrry R Miller rcpiililieun pron ent city proseeutor and close frluiil of the mayor for the office rorxo WITH HKIl XKCIi HKOKKX Body Discovered hy Been Living Altmp ShirrMnslmnd3 IJCHtll Waverly Oct ILMrs r Mill er widow of the lite C Miller time speaker of the Iowa house j of representatives and late publisher I of the Democrat of this city was found dead at her homo here late to Uiay Slie was found u the foot of the stairs with her neck broken The manner of her death Is not known as has been refilling alono slncr the deuth of her hiishnnd Oct of Isist year A coroners imiucat will bo held A fainbridsi Oct larvaril vardty Ioothall team defeat e the Scrubs 11 to 7 in an hour3 L urtoriioon Most notuiile of the day develop uivntH wK I Inappfaiancr of Ierey II Iliiughtnn hear coach of tho Ilarvuril tcmi This Irtlie second line that Ilaughton has seen tho nun ividi whom from now on The first time was about a week ago Ho appeared today In football togs and took active part in prnriiftc although Coach it Haughlon will laltf M chitica at once 1   

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