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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COpy ASSOCIATED PRESS LKASElT AL ITION IKII WIRE REPORT MASON PTTY MfYNTriTv TAXTTTADV oo in on JUAauJN Ijlli 1UWA MONDAY JANUARY 28 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NTJWS SOPPLlSMENTAti SERVICE NO 95 AT OSAGE Northwestern States Suffering Under New Cold Wave PLANES TRAINS USED TO RESCUE STORM VICTIMS Herded Horses Break Way Thru Immense Drifts Jan 28 isovero cold ivivo swept into the northwest today heroic rescue stories enacted during last weeks blizzards continue to filter from snowbound j sections where horsee sleighs trac tors planes and oven trains were pressed into rescues service to bring stricken persons to medical care Equalling m interest the victory over the elements in taking an 11 year old Idaho girl over 30 miles of enondrifted trail to a hospital at J Cottonwood Ida was tho story of Iho methods taken to get an ailing rt caretaker in the Yellowstone out for medical treatment j Herded horses featured in the I Idaho rescue while horses a tobog I San ambulance a tractor and a spc Yi cia train were used in the Yellowtsonc rescue V Airplanes located a stricken plane ar IQlko Xev anil h were used rescue tho pilot and Ills two pas Bcrs suffered greatly from bsuro when the plane made a Jed landlnslnSecret pass jfito Livingston and when an ambul t mice was unable to break tliru tho Northern Pacific ran i special train iiloun ils branch lino to plclc up the stricken with heart disease Worth was attended last week by lite wife and a ranger who treated him under instructions telephoned from JTammoth Then the medicine Save out and rescue parties went to Ills relief He was hauled by toboggan to NoiTis Afour horse team and a i tractor took him to Golden gate Will Rogers Says MEW TOKK Jan Mew Yorlc gives its annual reception again tomorrow to Captain Fried of tho America First Officer Manning ana his men aro dust starting in on their lifo saving careers T hey are practically amateurs y e t But this Fried its gttling so a bout wont make up its mind to sink lilt they know he is out on the ocean ROGERS some place He takes on inoro passengers in th6 middle ot the ocean than most ships do at port 1C Hoover dont put him in his cabinet Mussolini will on his An S O S is that birds telephone number So viva the whole Amer ican crew and the generous passen gers on board Tours Copyright HAIL RESCUE CAPTAIN AND CHIEF OFFICER where an ambulance replaced the bed TUIiN TO PAGEI COLUMN 2 FORMER KAISER GREETS FRIENDS ATANNIVERSARY Pomp of Imperial German Court Is Brot Back for Day i JRX HeWand Jan IS iy of memories of imperial glory j WJIIielm HohonzoTlern today rcusi sumed the role oC a royal exile 1 On his seventieth birthday yester day the former kaiser stood resplend ent In a field marshals uniform ot PASSENGERS ONRoads Open BUS OVERCOME BY EXHAUST GAS Big Machine Forced Into and Widened in District County Receives New Snow Fighting Equipment to Replace Worn Plows Ditch by Car in One j I i has liajl Way Lane TWO women oilier usHc orcrcumc and cars tho county Monday continued ita campaign to and to keep iUl of the main arteries of travel open It ivas announced at the office ot K Robertson county engineer lhat haust gas in tlio Ktstbound bus oC the dazed from clall oC the primary roads were open i compaiy Kod UuJl Transportation Sunday after noon The gas omitted by the liealiiiff pfpo whfch was broken tho big bus was forced off tho highway thru a snov bank and into the clltoli as k viui des cendingtho bit hill n half milo west oE Nora Springs The driver Robert Elliott stated he forced tho highway by an op preaching Butck automobile which bore a dealers license The lileiiULy BYRDLOCATES NEW ISLAND Explorer Flies Over Land Counting Fourteen Peaks NEW YORK Jan US niiiiulcr Hichard E Byrd in a flight uvor Kins Edward VII land yesterday discovered a new island and 14 peaks i ncuordinff lo a radio messagre from the J Hyixl Soutii Polo expedition copy righted by the New York Times and I Uio St Ijouis Post Dispatch IOWA FORECAST Generally fair S nday niglit i nnrt Tuesday fonfimicd cold 1 LOCAL STATISTICS figures 54 hour period ending at 8 oclock a in Monday IliKliest Sunday g Above Ixiwest in Nijlit 13 Below H A Jr Alomray 10 Helow For like iioriod ending at 8 oclock R m Sunday ItiKliest Saturrtiiy G Above Tiwest In Niclit Zero io of an Incli of SHOIV Two more days have contributed their nuota to an extremely cold Jan uary Saturday night saw a minimum temperature ot zero while Sunday nigtit saw the mercury drop to 13 de grees zero exceeded only a few times tliis winter The wind was fitilt out ot the north Saturday morning and the bright sun was working flt odds stimulate the fin3t royal guards Upon his breast were the highest decorations within tlio gift of imperial Germany and many other nations Male participants in the celebration garbed in tho gala uniforms of their military ranks and wearing spiked helmets saluted him as Ms majesty the kaiser and king Princess Hotmine whom tho kaiser married in exile waa not present to share her husbands triumph or to I bo addressed as empress Tho ofti1 clal explanation waa that she was ill with what at first seemed tu bo chick en pox but probably waa only grippe Rofitso to KcciiKiiizo Wife Thero ivaa a rumor current how ever that she was only diplomatical ly ill since tiie greater part of the TTohenzollern clan refuse to recognize lior as her imperial majesty conl ceding her merely the title of the liaisers spouse Dutch constabulary and police pa trolled the barbed wire fence while the celebration was being held Jfale TURN TO 1 COLUMN 1 Secretary Wilbur Suggests Airship Base on Pacific Tan 28 recommended today to congress that It create a 50000000 naval airship on the Pacific coast The secretary suggested an ini tial appropriation of to start the work Jacnf Noir 1orl g hniiifarous welcome ami acclaim Capt Gcorgo Fried and Chief Officer Harry Man B iIErvcscuo slli America saviors of ho slriclcu freighter Klorida crew return Imme woWp is new 14 MaiinlnK who coiiiiuiiiilileil lie lifeboat which transported ho Florida crew o safely but its an oltf MM tar AuUlICB VCSCUCAbovo is a vlciv flf lho welcome sUeii fried arrow points io Inn m New York three years aKo following his rescue of the crew of tile British steamer Anhnne sliowii Imlou just as sic nlmiecd lo lie bottom of lie SCT the fact that ho must have seen thi bus ami Us IS passengers go the road Turned OH Koad Tho accident occurred at n point v here a ono way lane had been cleared thru a large drift oC snow The pus driver stated that lie lind just the crest of tlio hill when the Bulck going ata terrific ralo of wai almost upyn Wii CofJOSi jns to go oM the road rather Oirin jiave a collision lio veered his ma chmo to Iho right I In going Into Iho ditch the bus wasi wrenched fn such a manner tluit thejlho fcinlty oC Koclcford and between heating pipe wan broken and Iltmpton and Crcsco In these tllatcly tho passenger compartment places drifts five and six feet deep was filled with tho exhaust gafi Tholro common while there arc in driver turned ofC tlie machine but I stances when they have been found not beforo one of tho woman pasjto be 10 feet In depth Fangcrs was sufficiently overcome loj Corking Sunday llio Mason City necessitate artificial respiration to vojsnow removal crow was able to clear her Another woman was Iiaftn0st of the snow from Federal avenue Wesley Man Tries Suicide 141 MEASURES FACE ASSEMBLY Bill Creating Ninth Supreme Court Judge Is First on List Iy 1 C KAKTYUv Associated Press Siaff Writer Iowa legislaturo entered tlio tlilr1 week ot Jts session here today with dodo for action on 141 bills Initial work lias been slow as llic second week was principally con cerned with tlio organization oC the standing committees Speaker J H Johnsons demand that plenty ot ready for committees was ro snonded to witli a vengeance In the house which had 77 measures offered before tlio committees were fairlv or Banlzed Thesenate at the same time had C4 bills on the way to committees Speed Is Keynote Hanig Shoots Self as Son Is Arrested Wounded Man in Algona Hospital Is Expected to Recover WUSLBV Jan bvoUcn because his soti Happy with nuoth er boy were about to be taken to jail for attenintiiig lo rob the liomo of a neighbor George Ilanis farmer near here shot himself in the head with a calibre revolver at his home Sun day while the sheriff and town mar shal were seeking the boys iranlfj was given treatment at his Iiomc and then taken to a hospital In Algona Ho is expected to recover His son and tho boys pal Robert Meuho who was employed on tho Hanig farm vcre taken to the Kossuth county jail at Algoiui The shooting and arrest of Iho two TLHN TO PAGE J COLUMN 3 Broadway Crowds Cheer Fried Shipwreck Hero Captain and Crew Acclaim of Thousands for Daring YOHK Jan IS Cnpt Cieorge Fried and his mates of the Florida rescue were bended into an other storm today a gale of cheers and a blizzard of ticker tape Their courso lay over tle famous heroes trail from the Hattery up Broadway to the city hall to permit the citys thousands to voice their admiration for the slilli jmrt ilariiv iihich WIVM 32 lives from the lilriKini Italian freighter 700 miles off the Viri Speed in getting bills out of climaxed a scries ot petty rob inittoes for action on the floor oC farmhouses in this vicinity which have been occurring during the last few weeks Sunday morning C F Frimml who lives near hero set n trap for tho boys and caught them In the act of robbing his homewhile the family was at church Thetwo were taken to the Hanig home and Sheriff Hovey of Algona called as was Marshal William of Wesley While tho sheriff ami tlio marshal were preparing to lake lie hoys lo ht jiiil the fither got his revolver went outside tho house and fired at his hoid Tho bullet KVl l tho skull hut capes last Wednesday The sound of his nnmo echo amid cheers rfgainst the walls Uroadway skyscrapers was not new to Captain Fried Three years ago he met a similar reception when he docked the liner President Uooscvelt after tnklng 23 oft the British freight er Antlnoe Credit loHoat Crew Sharing In the plaudits of the crowd and tho honors which the city heaped upon tlio captain were Chief Officer CAIRO Tiprypt Jan 28 it Is not believed any serious or fatal Injury resulted JohnD Jr Received by Egyptian Monarch Harry Manning who commanded the I TX Rockefeller Jr lfo boat in Its perilous trip to ihe side oC the sinking freighter Nelson It received In jiudicncc hy King Kind this morning Mr Rockefeller was presented by PAGE 4 COLUMN 1 Frnnklin M inntlicr Ister American min AFGHAN KING INVITED BACK People Desire Amanullah to Reassume Throne Con sulate States IJOBMEAY Indin Ian 2S announcement issued by the Afghan consulate today said that former King Amanullah had been recalled to power Tho announcement said The consulate has been officially notified that former King AmanuUah the earnest request of tho people of Kandalmr Farah Ilirat Mazar I Sharif Miilmcna and Kataghan and having in view the integrity thotii tion has rcaceepted the reins of gov ernment and Iho Wngdom Since Amanullahs loss of tho throne of Afghanistan on Jan 11 there have been frequent rumors that ho was about to return topower After he left Kabul tho capital ho fled lo Kandahar in the south nnd tlicro tle royal standard broke out from the palace flagstaff indicating that Aman ullah considered himself still a factor in Afghan politics The throno which Amanullah ha3 left when his attempts to westernize Afghanistan aroused strong opposition fell to his elder brother Inayalullah At first it was said Amaiuillah had abdicated In his brothers favor later when there were reports that Amannl lah was gathering an army about it was nnounced that lio had merely placed his brother on tho throne 05 fnnyatullah however hnd found the throne moro unstable than Amanul Inh and within a few days of his acces sion ho was fleeing to India In a Br tiih airplane niehx Sakao the water carrier who led a victorious relic army mounted the throno and rs sumed the name of llnblbullnh Khnn Amamillrh was reported to have held a Durlai it which tribes him the district rallied to I and that somo of the county roads bcintr cleared Besides Uic JeC forson and A Y P higlnvays Mi1 Koberison Ims succeeded fn getllng plows thru northward to Hanonloxvn atwell as from Mason City lo Plym outh and Itock Falte front Yenlura to Mesorvcy and from Clear LaUo to Thornton Itoiuls Being Wideiietl Monday morning the road to the east and south county lines had been vidcncd by the highway commission pi the person in the automobile virus blower while tho pinna were to not teamed as he dashed on despite olhci roads during the day A new highway commission plow for mount ing oit a truck has Just been put into use here Another purchased by the county to replace one that is worn out haa arrived and set up as soon as possible The primary roads thruout highway district were opened by Sun day noon it stated by Raymond Ziclf district engineer Mlio added hcivover Uiit equipment TraeTlxsingKept at worK tho tracks Heavy in East Soclton bpavJest jno iv wan ONE BUILDING IS DESTROYED 2 ARE DAMAGED Dense Smoke Prevents Discovery of Blaze for Two Hours OSAGE Jan battling flames smoke and hampered by ex treme cold firemen from Osageancl St Ansgar depart ments this morning at last got control of the blaze that de stroyed the Beehive Variety store the Arcade poolhall did considerable damage to the Little Gem grocery store and the Sanitary bakery causing a loss of approximately 75000 The fire fighters were hin dered greatly by the dense smoke and it was two hours before the firemen could learn the exact location of the fire in any of the buildings all of them being so filled with the swirling smoke that they could hardly be entered Even then the firemen only gained entrance to the build ly overcome but revived soon after etthig one of ttio All Were All of tho passengers suffered tem porary discomfort and appeared in a dazed condition as they stood or re clined against the snowbank awaitlm he arrival of other machines that took them on their way Those whose destination 7Corn Junction to catch the aCternoon train wore taken there by passing Whon the news oC Uie crash came to the main office of the company hero another bns was sent out to carry tho on Metcn Schultz Brewer manager of the com pany said aunrlcs the priR senders tlie replies that the driv er did tho best thing possible ntidc the circumstances Urewcr stated that this w the fiocond accident of this character her company lias experienced In tho past week Another bus iikewlee forced off the road in a one way track thru a snowdrift near between Second street North ami Second street South and Monday morning had started working on State street between Federal and avenues Tho gravel loader operated a small tractor which was pur chased by the city last spring had been transformed into a snow loader by constructing upon it a larger bucket This loader was being used ings by using gasmasks and were then able to combat the cI6rie however the store and the poolhaJJ which were housed in the old Hnst ings building suffered heavily from the flames Notice oC llio impending firo first observed by Mrs H I TolLui liam one of tlioso living above the Va riety stcrc Slio waa awakened short ly after 5 oclock this morning by siucll ot mtokc She tliot nothing ol ii it tho time sho said for the reason to scoop snow from the streets nnd pile It into bob sleds nblch dump it in Willow creek Three teams are able to handle all the snow from the streets Several Still Unopened Several thorofnres in the outlying district were reported atilt unopened Monday morning but the city was expecting to open them an soon as the j equipment could ho spared from is oilier parts companies reported nil lines Emmnns Leader Editnr EMMOXS Minn Jan A asgaard for th rce years ed i tor o f the Emmons Leader a publipa tion left today for Red Wins Minn where ho lias accepted a position as advertising manager for tho Hell Daily Republican Mrs Aasffaard nnd their two children re mained fn Emmons but vrlU go to Ked Wing as soon as a suitable living resi dence IB ni angcd jr A Aasgaard piiblEsbcr ot the Lake Milts Graphic owns Ibe Loader and will himself take Bug epcn and busses running nearly on schedule Trains were all running more nearly on time than they had been last week1 From ono to t wo hours was the delay report ed by the postoffice slio luul having troubto tho stoves in the house ami liiii tho presence of unioke to this A short tmio Inter however Tottojiljjim licnnl Miy K Paulson another ienintf in he hnlj alwvc ttio Htore nnd tosctlicr thy turned in tlio nlnrin Coulitnt Kirul FlnincN Alter tlie firemen sot on the lob Uiey wore perplexed at thpJr Inibiliy to discover the exact location of the flumes Time aftcitinio tho liaiC frozen fire CiKliurs attempted to licj etrato tbe but rcpulsrd by tho over Liioke Ftn aCtrr liours of frantic scarcli tho flames the oolhall vrro tllacovcred crit where tlioy bcliovcrt to liavo stavtrd and i was sjicrdily plaott cni them rt wan too Into aftrithai lime to 3 Year Old Boy Is Killed by Auto Driver Absolved DUBUQtTP Jan 2S Gal and other edibles are avft lUr ITastinRs builti tlio variety stnro and anl the two Tjusinrss 3 year old Stockton III boy was killed Sunday when hit by an automobile driven by J II Shcrloclc OC Dyersvllle Iowa Sherlock was absolved of blnme 7t was testified tho child ran in front of the car near Stockton dn much to ttie ponlhuU plnces arc total wrfeks j explosion tliot o have hncn caiiKod liy escaping jas ntar the Lii tic Gem grocery caused a good don of am added to the worries m the firemen The grocery store more damaged hy the bJLst than hy the firo Tho Sanitary Iiakcry door to the HastlnRs builtljnp was nor scrlouslj damapred and the cookios still In their Several persons suffered physical discomfort especially firemen Penney Oiorronio hy SmoUe A Penney was overcome hy TCTtV TO PAfiK f COLUMN 5 Fierce WolfDog Leads Raids on Cattle Ranches Canine and Pack of sav6ra nlghla the banil maie Nocturnal Visits Killing Stock MERCED Ca Jan US fero cious wolf dog leader of a hliga pack of dogs and coyotes in nocturnal raids on livestock had vanished today after shotguns and poison had slain half his followers The Hound of Silman named from tile ranch where he made his first raid on cattle was believed lo havo retreated to his lair with his hungry pack Posses anil ranchers organized o kill the bip dojlender admitted fail ure In their hunt but raid they had killed moro than 20 members of his pack Many cattle have been kilted by the Hound of SJlnian nnrt his preda tory The wolf dog hart re jcruUed many animas and coyotes and on ranches So bold did the dogs become that they entered a hog ranch and at tacked four hORB Cattlemen of this section wero forced to band together with guns nnd patrol their lands nightly A posse sighted a pack of nearly SO loss roam over tho wastes with the bip hound at their lead The posse opened fire and killed io dogs tho others es caping Poison was placed In the carcasses of slain cattle and several of tho wild dogs were found dead the next day A theory that the hound leader and other dogs wore kept on the ranch of a man who turned the hcasta loose nlRhtiy to ravapo neighboring farms was being investigated by E V Sands state predatory animal supervisor Stands spread poison for tho leader of the wild dog paclr hut the hound was too clever to fall into the trap AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I dont like to think the worst but sometimes it looks like its the only way to keep from fooled   

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