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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR FOUR TRAINMEN DIE IN WRECK Kreider Van Dyke Unin jured on Train That Hit Freight ABERDEEN Md Jan 18 Pour trainmen were killed and moe than SOO passengers bruised or slight ly Injured In a double collision on the Pennsylvania railroad at Short Lane near here yesterday afternoon A local bound from Baltimore to Philadelphia crashed into the rear end at a northbound freight during a heavy fog The Impact hurled three it the freight cara on to the south bound track An express bound from New York to Washington ploughed nto the overturned cars overturning Its first four Pullman coaches The local train was derailed Passengers in the coiches and Pull mans broke window panes and scram bled to freedom None was seriously hurt K A Klein Baltimore brakeman on the freight train V W Stawart Baltimore freight flagman A C Ter hune New York express fireman and T J Kavanaugh Philadelphia ex press engineer were killed Fritz Kreisler vfolmtst and Dr Henry Van Dyke of Princeton univer sity were among the passengers on the express They were unhurt State G 0 P Indorses Dante Pierce for Cabinet DES MOINBS Jan 18 re publican stats committee meeting here unanimously indorsed Dante Pierce farmmagazine editor of Des Moines for secretary of agriculture The financial report of TV L Stern chairman waff approved Hoifr Doctors Treat Colds and the Flu To break up cold overnight or to cut thort an attack grippe Influ enza aore throat or tonsllltls physi cians and druggists are now recom mending Calotabs the purified and re fined calomel compound tablet that gives you the effects of calomel and salts combined without the unpleasant effects of either Ona or two Calotabs at bedtime with swallow of salts no nausea nor the slightest in terference with your eating work or pleasure Next morning your cold has fled and you are feeling fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast Eat what you danger Get a family package containing full directions only 3G cents At any rtrue Ftore Adv MORGAN IS TO REPRESENT US ON REPARATIONS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 with expressions of approval abroad The United States delegations wih go in an unofficial capacity as the administration has made It plain that t considers the reparations problem a European one Mr Young Mr Mor gan and Mr Perkins in the event they attend will occupy much the same position as Mr Young Charles O Dawes and Henry M Robinson California lawyer ana banker occu pied when they attended a Paris rep arations conference four years ago Technically they will go as appoin tees of the allied governments con cerned Among problems at the forthcoming conference Is the ono centering around the proposal that Germany ay a fixed amount annually Instead f the plus a prosperity supplement prescribed by the Dawes plan Disposal of Reparations Bonds There is also the question of the disposal ot 54000000000 In German eparations under the i plan drawn up by the last meeting of the nternRtlonaT committee of reparations sports four years ago and also the question of deciding how long Ger many will pay the annuities since no Imit was fixed by the Dawes plan MASONCTTY GLOBSGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN 181929 The American representatives will meet with 12 other representatives of the governments of Prance Great Britain Italy Belgium Japan and Germany These have already been selected and Include such names as Emlle Moreau governor of the Bank of France sir Joseph Stamp of Erg land member of the Dawes commit tea and president of the London Mid land ana Scottish railway and Keno Mori for Japan former financial agent of the Japaneso government at London Paris and Washington Myron Herrick Health Improved Back in Paris PARIS Jan 18 Herrick who was seriously ill recent ly at his home near Cleveland re turned to Paris this morning The station platform was crowded with members of the American colony and French friends when the train pulled In Becq de Fourjulierez representing foreign Minister Briand was the first o gret the ambassador as he stepped rom the car He told Mr Herriek how lappy the minister all hia colleagues n the government and all the French leopla were to see him restored to health an a back in Paris The ambassador went direct from he station to the United Statea em rassy He said ho wanted to call at Marshal Fachs residence during the day The laundries might more quickly attain their billiondollar goal by flrd ng some way to utilize the button Herald rfie succession to Manhattan Oil Company of IndependentOil and Gas company By this transaction INDEPENDENT has a substantial invest ment in this community and becomes an integral part of it Manhattan Oil Company for more than two decades has buifc wisely and well a company and a patronage that are a great credit to the men who directed it and to the entire personnel It has established a fine reputation for fair dealing and honest merchandise Itsmetli ods and merchandise have begotten a public confidence which has been well placed Of this confidence in management and merchandise the INDEPEN DENT hopes sincerely to merit an unbroken continuance INDEPENDENT has achieved remarkable success in building a company that ranks among the largest of the MidContinent group It has now become fully integratedthat is it is producing its own raw material doing its own manufacturing and marketing a complete line of INDEPENDENT petroleum products It is in position to and does come to this community with a pledge not only to maintain the high standards of quality that have been the ideal of Manhattan Oil through its larger facilities and re sources and its highly efficient technical staff to make every improve ment that scientific research can accomplish The policies of Manhattan Oil Company will be con tinued and wiffbe carried out by the same personnel under the banner of the INDEPENDENT It is the hope of every man and woman in the organ ization numbering some 3000 people that the same generous patronage that has been accorded the Manhattan Oil Company may now be enjoyed by INDEPENDENT 16 HOME OEUCE BUILDING TULSA I N D E P EN D E NT OIL and GAS COMPANY G C Seeberger Geo Belberof f Rlllt 1l Bulk Station Agent PHONE 3346 Service Station Mgr PHONE 133 PETERSON AND EVENSON BOTH BEING SOUGHT CONTINUED FKOJI PAGE 1 the roof by the aid of a rope formed by knotting three blankets together which ho had taken with him from his cell He Is then thot to have dropped to the roof of a leantp and from that structure to the ground In soma manner according to the sheriff hs succeeded in calling his father at Joiee asking him to meet him on the highway After reaching his home he is said to have changed his clothes taken his Chevrolet coupe and departed Description Bronclcast His description has been sent to surrounding cities i the hope that he may be caught before getting out of the country He Is described as being Wet 1 Inch in height weighing 165 pounds having dark brown hair blue eyes snlicnv complexion small pit mark about the center of Ms forehead and a noticeably large wide mouth The car inwhich lie is aairt to have left home Is a 92S model Chevrolet coupe bearing license number 853404 Iowa 392S and the engine number is 4820788 anil factory number 21ABS9G39 it is salil MEANT NO JQICE Jan he was an unwitting accomplice in the escape of his son from the Northwocfd Jail s the claim of P K Peterson farmer living near here I received a telephone call from him the farmer explained and he asked me to meet him on the highway between Northwood and Kensetl said was walking I did as he asked without thinking of his having broken Jail The boy spent about threequartetw of an hour here and then departed in V i automobile It wasnt until I had talked with officials that I had any idea of thaJxy3 action Mr Peterson said ha would giva any assistance possible in searching for his son FiftyFifth Annual Encampment of GAR Is Being Scheduled FORT DODGE Jan 18 llminary plans for the fiftyfifth an nual encampment of the Grand Army of the HepuWlc and Its allied organ izations of Iowa are now being worked out by local and state committees The encampment will be held here June I0to 13 at which time it Is esti mated 2000 persons will attend State officers and members of various state committees met here last week with local committees to arrange the pro gram eneral headquarters of the en campment will beat the Wtihkonsa hotel while the G A H sessions will beheld In the Armory The allied or ganizations will meet in churches and halls Organization of the Federated Pa triotic societies of Iowa is ono the questions which will come before the business sessions A woman bootlegger up In Michigan has been given a life Imprisonment sentence That kind of punishment metea out to some of themen hootch peddlers would help a lot Inthe law enforcement problem now before us ConstitulionTiibune Let Me you buy the diamond of RAY SBNEY Buy where you cSt do the best SHOOTING IS DESCRIBED BY EYE WITNESS CONTINUED FBOM PAGE I peared to have been made by a shot Eun fired at close range Tellg His Story County attorney Roe Thompson Exc eeded Thursday night In eellng n full story of what took place Thursday morning at the little home on North Qulncy avenue from Timothy Davis 12 year old son of Mr and JTre Car son Davfs and perhaps the only eye witness to the DavisLee shooting Little by little Timothy told the story as the county attorney ques tioned him Tho boy said that his rather bad gone to work as usual at that morning ana Sam Edwards a roomer had gone to work about 6 o clock Shortly before school time he said he heard a knocking on the front door His mother went to tha door and saw Joo Lee who was thot to have been In Milwaukee where he haxl gone upon his release from jail here several months ago Both ths regular door ana the screen door were locked as the family i did not use this entrance much In the winter time the boy said The front door had a glass panel in It but as it was partly frosted and there was a lace curtain hanging over the opening on the Inside Joe was unable to sec much that was going on In the room ilmothy said Joe asked 1C he might come In and warm his hands Mrs Davis refused this and after vainly peering thru the window for a tow minutes Joe went away in the direc tion of the Great Western tracks the boy said Afraid of Him BOOTHS FOE DROPS DEAD CONTINUED FROM PAGE I rliggins as commander It was argued that his elevation would conciliate a conservative element which is opposed o a woman as head if ths organ zatlon Those supporting the commis sioner also held that his election would leave world control divided as at present between International head tiuarters and Commander Evangeline It was learned that Miss Booth be lieved that International headquarters should remain in London In event of her election therefore she would I have to move her home from Amerl1 ca and relinquish her personal leader ship of the organization constituting half of the entire Salvation army which she built up within the last 24 years MONARCH HAS UNEASY SEAT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 The citys markets were open and functioning No foreigners were known to have been injured in tho fighting which at times was heavy The whereabouts ot Inayatullah since Habibullah who was known as Bacha Sako water seized his citadel were a mystery King Escaped City The Daily Express said that Aman ullah and former Queen Sourlya who Is about to become a mother had a drastic escape from Kabul after it was surrounded by the water carriers rebela Disguised and under cover of night they left the citadel and thread ed their way with many anxious pauses and stratagems thru the rebel lines until they gained the open coun try Then they had to travel more than 300 miles to Kandahar and how they managed to do It without being recognized and molested was not learned One report denied the possibility of Amanutlah having reached Kandahar by airplane ns had been rumored and assumed that the fleeing royal couple made their way to safety by automo bile Out of the ether Into your MASTERFUL MUSIC that will make the long winter ning seem only too and enter tainment that comes to you free for the turning of the radio accurately reproduced when you listen in with an Eveready Eaclio A small down payment and we put an Eveready in your home to entertain you while the balance is paid monthly Table models complete with tubes and speaker at only GurrieVan Ness Co MAINTAINED BIT StEKlT 11 North Federal 2 PAROLES ARE BEING SOUGHT Friends of Council Bluffs Woman Are Seeking Her Release DES MOINES Jan 18 tions asking parole of Mrs Eva King of Council Blufs from tho womans re formatory at Rockwell City and Ot come back She was afraid he would come In and hurt us the los said he did hurt her baa with a knifo once About a half hour later Toe dirt come back and wanted to get his hands worm again And ma said I think you better go Waybut ho didnt Pretty soon he did go away toward the depot again Timothy said in telling his story The mother then told the children to stay In the house while she went out on an errand She was gone for some time and when she reappeared she carried a shotgun Timothy de clared According to tho womans story sho got the shotgun from Clainlo StalUns who lives on South Jackson avenue when she told Stalllns her hus band wanted to go him ling and he would like to borrow the gun Shot Thru GInss When she returned she laid the weapon on the davenport near tho door The third time Lee came to tho house he succeeded in pulling out the hook of the screen door It wag then that aho shot the charge going thru tho glass panel of the door and the screen and grazing Lees Jaw the boy said Leo leaped over the ban nister of the porch and ran to a neigh bors houso where he told a womnn to call police according to Timothys story Mrs Davis sent her son out to call thepolice from somewhere as there waa no telephone In thehouse Tim othy said ho waa excited ard aid not know where to call from and finally did not call at all Police cnma a few minutes later and took Lee to the Iark hospital and Mrs Davis to the police station board of parole Mrs King was convinctcd ot second degree murder In connection with the staying of a railroad detective Wlndrath was convicterj for misap propriation or funds under his eharse and given a fiveyear sentence Modern youth succeeded in throwing off the parental yoke blt tho parents are still oldfashioned enough to worry about their off NewsRepublican Nervous Sleepless JW nd to Veteriimrinns to Meet DES MOINES Jan stato meeting or tho Iowa Veterinar ians association will bo held In Des Moines Inn 21 to 24 according to an nouncement by Dr c J Scott or Knox state secretary of he orfanlza Uoa STOP THE FAT AND GET THIN Tie way to reduction is to stop the formation of fat Modem science has found that turning your food into fuel and supplying a natural element thathelps do that It is much 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