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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                i North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY I XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY 1 FINAL EDITION nv i rr UNITED PRESS AND INTBRXATION A U NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 7 KIDNAPED FOUND Chinese Nationalist Troops Defeat Rebels in Battle REVOLTERS ARE Hoover Sees REPULSED WITHIowaManon SERIOUS LOSSES Hundreds Killed and Mu nitions Taken by Nan king Forces BULLETIN PEKING Feb 23 reaching PcUlng lale oclny stEifed Unit a brieailo of natioimlist troops being sent to southern Shantung revolted jusfc north of tho Yellow river mul dcclurcil for hang isunffChiingr tho former Shantung war lord who ia now leading a revolt against tho nationalist gov ernment China Feb 23 tlonalist China struck hard at tho first revolt or consequence against its officers returning hero to day from yesterdays battle Tvith the forces of Chang TsungChangformer Shantung war lord revealed Tho vic tory appeared to have been much j more complete than was at first in dicatod General Lieu ChcnNicn nationalist cominiindei reluming to Chefoo today had taken more Jle said a large oC the revolters was surrounded 1 Kusien 25 miles west of Chefoo lind cral Farm Relief Brookhart and President Elect Discuss Agricul tural Problem that his fovccs 1000 irisonoiK nntioniUst eciminuiider said It roJiubly that Gen was tjirec tmrKoiKilly tlic mnveincnls the Ujjiij tionuHst SDldiers liis l in area aliLfUnl by wns net known A Jius voml a 1 XiutlJrMlT who curl N 23 Faced with the necessity of dealing with the affrlcuUuril problem In his inaugural addross nino riays away PresidentElect Hoover Iiafl ar ranged to continue of tlic question today with congressional and farm leaders Senator Rroolchavt of Fowa liad prominent plnce on Mr Hoovers cal endar The two men had discussed the problem once before immediately after tlte presidentelects return from South America and at that time Mr Brookhart declared his conviction that Mr Hoover hart a concrete plan in mind whereby he could carry out the agricultural pledges he made in tiie coujse of his electoral camiKt Opposition to Coolitlgc Always outstanding among those who advocated sivceping measures for the settlement of the agrarian situa tion selt the Iowa senator has found liim in tho past consistently tn on position to President Coolidges alti tude as to what should he done for the farmer Mr Hrookhart proposed in the ate that should be devoted to the promotion and maintenance of cooperative orgaimations for market ing agricultural commodities and dis posing of the surplus radical hnne tlroftno were presented to Air Hoover yesterday by Louis J Tub of the National Game who tariff increases equalizing er master asked for customs protection between agricul tural and Industrial products Tuber stated that at present llm weighted average ot custom duties lord of Shantung BOWS DOWN AGAIN ClllvKOO China KcK L3 rsiiniilrhani representative ot Chinay od nrdor bowed once more today to tinlkmalist armies upholding the new tudoi Tho reverse wns temporary how ever and the former Shantung war lord at the head of troops who have fought for him often before wns in an advantageous position to renew bis attack on this city key to the provin cial peninsula Tho with ingress lo Chcfoo denied him as tho result oC a battle ycwter day he held many important Shan tung cities from Tcngcliow and llwan Ghsicn jn the north tho Yellow rivet on tho west to the border the Brit ish leasehold AVoihaiwei on the cast nnd It was reported to ICaiochow on the south position was sCronffthened on tho south by tho Japanese occupation of the Shantung railroad zone in which all Chinese soldiers are ex cluded The river guarded liis TURN TO PAGE 8 COIUMN S on industrial commodities came to I pei1 rent while the corresponding fig is lire for agriculture was 22 per cent After his conference with dentelecl Tibcr expressed conviction tliit Mr ITooveiwould leave nothing undone lo tho farmer Muscle Sluinls lp Again representative Moriu oC Pennsyl vania chairman of the committee military affairs also had nn ongij nicnt with tho presidentelect today His committee has considered for years past various plans looking to tlic disposal of the government built hydroelectric plant at Muscle Shoals Tim matter lias not yet heen dis posed of Lately the military nrrairs committee reported favorably on a bid of I he cyanamld company for tbe lease of the plant and the matter is now bc ore the house The favorable report icnvcver was reached In the Jf Mr Morin The Pennsylvania representative will go out of office on March 4 IOWA FORECAST XTiiscttlcil and proliahly snnw SnhinTny nifflit nr Sunday not so cold Saturdny niglit except in cx troino soufh positions somewhat colder Sunilny in extrema west IKirtion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures lor Cl liour period ending1 at S ocloclv a m Saturday Friday 18 Ahovn Lowest in Night 1 Above At 8 A M Saturday 7 Alwvo With In tho aoutlieast sun ahlntng1 hrlghtly nnd mercury climb ing steadily up the column the out look Saturday morn Ing wan indeed sanguine TYiday night was the second night In nttnost a week with a min mum temperature above zero MERGER PLANS OF HARTPARR ARE COMPLETED Capitaliza tion Announced for New Organization CHARLES CITY Feb Article the completion of th merger plans of tho HartParr coin puny with two other manufac tories of farm implements were signed in Chicago yesterday according to word received by Dave Darrah adver tising manager oC the Charles City firm Details of the incor porates the local firm tho Oliver Chilled Plow works oC South Bend Indf and the Nichols ami Shophard company of Battle Creek not fully received here but It was an nounced at the local offices that the merger would result in extensive Im provements and additions to the plant In Charles City Nnnie Is What those extensions were to he could not be made known at tins time said TOY Dnrrali The name of the netv company is fo the Olivet Farm Equipment com pany of which the Charles City be the tractor division the Oliver plow company tho plow unit and the Michigan company the manufacturers oC the threshing1 machine corn er and other farm implements at 3000000fl According to Jfr Dnr rahi announcement and is designed to manufacture all kinds oC farm ma chinery for International consumption Tlio stockholders of the three com panies are to hold separate meetings at an etrly lito to approve tire sign ins of he merger articles Officers Announced Xeither the location of the head of fices of the new organization nor its officers has been determined but it said tlint the headquarters would not be at Charles City These an nouncements are to come later Mr Darrah said The financial arangements in con nection with the merger are in tlio of the National City company New York City which will have charge of tile forthcoming stock Is uo Mr Darrah stated that the exten sions nnd enlargements of the Charles City plant more than ever would Jowa the center or the tractor industry HALDEMAN OFF ON LONG FLIGHT Ruth Elders Pilot Hopes to Make Havana in Single Day BULLETIN TAMPA Fla Feb 23 fl George Hauleman passed over this rlfy at p in on his nonstop flight from Windsor Out to Ha vana WINDSOR Out Feb 23 George Haldcman pilot for Ruth Blder in her unsuccessful attempt to n the Atlantic left the Walkervitle airport near here at a m toclay iian attempt to make a nonstop fight lo Havana Cuba ilnldeman was accompanied by James Maydsn mechanic Haldeman said lie expected to arrive at the Havana airport at 4 p m east ern time Previously bo had planned to fly to St Petersburg Fla but changed Ills mind just before taking off He is flying n Bcllanea plane At the Walkervillo airport officials said tho piano ot Leonard Flo Ann Arbor Mich aviator was fueled and ready for departure at 2 oclock uiis afternoon on another flight with Havana oa tho destination Haldeman said his flight wns mere ly a sporting venture Knute Eckener Invited to Visit Goodyear Plant PRIEDRICIISHAFEX Feb 23 33ckencr son ot Dr Hugo Eckener pilot of the Graf Keppelln has accepted an Invitation to visit the Goodyear Zeppelin works at Akron Ohio and will leave for the United States probably n March It is sa there is no employment agreement Caucus o Be Held CHAPIN Feb caucus 01 the j voters of Chapln school district wil held at the school house Monday evening at oclock Cor tlte purpose of making nominations of directors to voted on at election to be hek March 11 Focli SHU Improving PARTS Feh 3 condition of Marshal Foeh wns so satisfactory and his appetite was so good his morning his doclors authorized luncheon of hashed ham nnd mashed pointers Tils temperature was JJii and his jiulso 34 Map Showing Route of Goebels Proposed NonStop World Flight Tins map gvcs an of tlio of JIaj Aft Goebels proposed rimislop flight around the world refueling in the nir Goebel winner of the Dole race o Hawaii and who recently shattered the fora nonstop flight across the United States has been recuperating from nn illness at Ios An geles his Ironic plans to innlio the flight in five Inys refueling at seven stations cnroulc The flight is o start from Wichita Ivnns where his own plane and the seven arc liring built Five German engineers collaborated with Giicbel in designing lire plane His route is it slaiuis at is raced on ho map above DENTIST DAZED DISCOVERED IN DETROIT STREET Chicagoan Points to Pic ture of Gangster as His Patient Ill LIKT1N Ilr witness Clii Fire Loss in Garner Put at ROWDYISM IS TO BE TABOO Next Legion Convention Will Be Policed by Vol unteers DES MOINES Feb 3 executive department of the Iowa de partment of tho American Legion in tends lo put a damper on rowdyism at the next convention at Marshall town It announced to tlio Legion commanders nnd adjutants hero Fri day that there would be volunteer policing at tbe meeting Ttoy Pell of Marshalltown declared his post was anxious to overcome the disrepute and tongue wagging of the past He claimed hangers on men ot Legion age had caused most of the trouble nay Murphy of Ida Grove told the conference that the prestige and influenro of tbe Legion is at stake if It falls to succeed in passing the boxing hill lie told the commanders and adjutants that the C T U Ihnd not taken a stand in opposition i to Uie bill i SOLONS REVERSE DECISION TO GET SOLDIERS HOME Question of Vares Seat in Senate Is Brot Up Again BULLETIN WASHINGTON Fell 23 The senate today reversed ils vole of yesterday winch called for early withdrawal ot all marines from Nicaragua By a vote of 48 to 32 it rejccl ed the amendment of Senator Dill democrat Washington which was inserted yesterday in tire navy department appropriation hill Funds were then yoteii to he gin tho new cruiser construction program the money amounting lo more thnn wns includ ed in Hie appropriation hill WASHINGTON Feb 23 The Vare case tlio naval department supply bill and tbe second deficiency bill were today before congress The first two were on the senate ogram Administration leaders faced the task of getting an amend ment providing for early withdrawal of the marines from Nicaragua out of the naval appropriation measure The bill carries lunds for the inau guration of tiie cruiser construction program A special committee has recommend ed that SenatorElect Vnre of Penn sylvania be denied his seat because of election irregularities but the ques tion has been passed along to the sen ate for decision The second deficiency bill oa tbe house calendar was in reality a two bill combination many of the provi sions of the now defunct first defi ciency bill being included in It One Provision Out Ono provision the for prohibition enforcement in the first deficiency bill was left out of the one before the house and there will prob ably be protests In the senate when tho bill reaches that body Senator Glass has already announced that he disapproved of the elimination of the 524000000 and others are known to share iiig views Only three house committees hac meetings scheduled today ways nnd means military affairs and judiciary The senate publlo lands committee had the question of continuing an inves tigation into Salt Creek oil leases up jagain Reparations Committee to Report on Debt Plan DKLIIOIT Fell i3 lnynl Taekcr in Ilic invcsllBiitioti inassarrc mis fouiKl in Mio tlownlown district licro sliorl ly after imon tniliiy He reported he hull hocii iliiicKPil anil UIICDII stiinis most ot lust niflit The Chicnsii dentist wlio iilen itinl a iiholOBiapli f tlio iioliiH believed In lie thai of one ot tlm KaiiR sliiyers in n ilaicd and linlffninlliiK roiulitUm whou Hickeil nn ly Ialrnliiian Murliii His wrists hanils md nnUles were liiiiscil ami lacerated WANTS MARINES OUT REVENUE BILL BEFORE HOUSE Few Legislators on Hand to Transact Bills Having No Contest Ity I C KARTACK Associated Tress Siaff Writer DES MOIXES Feb 23 more handful of legislators iircsont in the Iowa general assembly today In transact routine business on the firal clay before recess until March 4 Uccauso small attendance only such hills on which there was no con test were considered This gave lie house and opportunity to clean up to calendars of minor bills The houso received for introduction a revenue by Representative W of PottawaUumie coun ty to tax all tobacco excepting cipir ets sold in Iowa at tlio rate of one cent lor every 10 cent of value Would Sell Stamps The tax would be collected thru oC stamps to be affixed to packages tho same as Uio system employed un der thecigaret tax law A bill by Representative F Kel son of Story county to rodislrict tlio scnato went on the houso calendar with a recommendation lor passago affixed by tho committee on Judicial and political districts Tho 11H creates 21 ono county districts and 3 ds trjcts of more than one county IYojn a population standpoint the Xelsnn bill arranges the apportionment so that about tiic same number of peoile are in Iho one county district group as are in the multiple county group Ono such apportionment by Sen ators C W Patterson and C 13 An derson went down to defeat in the senate early in tlio week A third re districting hill oy Representative IJy ron Allen to Impose tho duty ot reap portioning tlio senate on tho Iowa su premo court ig still in committee Aslts Art Commission After ono bill by Representative A Elliott ot PolU county on creating a state art commission had been given TCRN TO PACE 8 COLUMN j Would Split Annuities ot Germany One Part to Be Security PATHS Feb 23 subcommlt tee oC five men bear the brunt ovci tha uWfcend of the deliberationsoC the experts committee on reparations Mondiy they will report back to the vholo committee what they have ound and the hope Is that in their rc iort there will be a basis for the es sential compromise which must come tefore the problem may be settled Deliberations in the subcommittee around the transfer clause of he first Dawcs agreement liy a rc ision of I he clause to remove partial tlio variable element in the German annuities the body expects lo ovcn be way for setting the total which jermnny will pay and for commci clallnxltun ot Iho debt It is understood the proposed plan 3n which the subcommittee in ng and which mot with considerable ipproval along with many suggestions or changes ami some outright oppo sition provides for splitting tbe Gcr nin annuities in two parts The larger part would be an Invar ablo amount and would serve as se curity for bonds to be placed on the voild market in commercialization of tho debt Tbe second nnd lesser parl might be reduced upon occasion but only at tho forma rcnuest of Germany to a consulativo committee on eminent inanclcrs In the event she felt her ec onomical nnd financial situation would adversely affected by the transfer Rockford Bank Closed by Directors Order HO C WORD Feb First Xivtional hank of was closed this morning by order of Ils board of WASHINGTON Feb 23 OTAn W P Jolinnaber Is prosl unexpected amendment to t h 10 ln1 KarrJ naval department supply hill day providing for early withdrawal of marines from Nicaragua caused ad ministration leaders to change their plans for an early vote and tho meas ure was again before the senate today with a final ballot expected before adjournment Iowa Falls Campaigners Preparing for Election IOWA FALLS Fcl first real sign of spring in this city is tbe Supporters of the cruiser construe opening oC tho school election cam tion program succeeded however in paign which usually stimulates I having an amendment accepted which I circulation ot tho body politic Joseph approved tho recommendation of iho KImmell and Tames Santee arc the re appropriations committee for the members The health ot Mr elusion of in tbe measure i Himmel will probably precludo hlr to begin xvork on the cruisers seeking reelection but Mr Santcc hn Two hundred thousand of this Is j tossed his hat inlo the ring and wit available to start construction on fivcseek another term Other of Iho IS cmlKiMs at onco and the rest being groomed rind Ihr I city itt probiblv experience llu TLKN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 i usual spirited campaluii SCHNEIDER STORE ENTIRE LOSS IN MORNINGS BLAZE Grocery and Hardware Busi ness Destroyed Fire Started in Basement C HICAGO Fob IX Ioyal Cation ot last weeks was reported GARNISH S3 lilionie communication stored to this town following n firewhich destroyed I he Carl Schneid er Oroccry anil Hinhvare storo litre early this mornimand burned the aiig murdeia In pollen this i morning it was feared ho had been kidnaped Authorities revealed today that Dr Jacker a dentist identified a pluturn shown him in tho detective Mircau last Tuesday as that of a man vviiuse touiii ho had extracted Police said the man was one ot the persons who shot and killed seven of tbe Georga Bugs Moran gang in a liquor depot St Valentines day Dr Taekcr left his home at last jifeht to fro o his office EarJy Mils morning his wife reported to po PaitiiiT tele co that he liad nut ret itrncd has hoon re Irom n group of nhotopcniilia toll wires out of the Most of be loss is city covered The blaze slnrlei In the Ijuserjient of the frame building and rapidly spread turnout the structure The flumes were fanned by the wind ind this together with therapidity with which the plnco wns iipciod the firemen in getting con trol of the Wane Two 1ossilile Origins defective wiring or a overhenlcd stove in the basement is thot responsible fnithe start of lb fire The presence in the bnsomcnt a quantity of kerosene fo he fierceness of tho fire and made the firemens task that much murt in tho bureau JV Taokcr one a lo ront jiart of Die ujpcr J rlh Hn at It the same man police said ii ho nnc 3denLiflcd as the drivel of iho in which the murder SJHIS left tlio scene of the One of tlio wtE scs who tho vicinity or iho vaniw wiiero the fOiootintfs uo uiird lind faid thit ono of tiie driv froiiL tcct h was iodnys lenient t hat tb1 man iliiiliflocl by Ur Tackor was one of ho ore up i nl s of tlio dea tb car ho fiit posiUvo doclaration that po ico Uiirvv who killed the Moran tcrs Tliry lind previously saii t noiiod lo knosr tbe slayers identities TlKX COtfMN I Injuries KAST 111 Feh 23 7P MiHer of Dutnirjue j Til dieil morning a ft or both wcro amputated Tlo was Injured wlTMi fcH tinder a Chicago Burlington Quincy freight train yesterday Will Rogers NEW YORK Feb to see Lindbergh klmler down since Ills engagement He only flew from Kan sas C i t y to Wicliita yester d a y Certainly going back In his flying i And say this marriage has made him hustle out and get him a job lie Is to w o r k for the Tovcrnment oo days when he has nothing else to do and is fly ing over ingloti WILL ROGERS But nfcer all thats not nn odd irrangemnnt for everybody that rtorUs for the government just works for It when they have noth ing else to do But this is the first time thats ever been stipulated in a contract Xew York gave Washlnslon a great birthday today If ho had been here it would have reminded him of Valley Forge Copyright 1930 First signs fit the fire ob served shortly after midnlghi and by the time the alarm haft bcn turned in and the fire riKbtovs tint on Uie job tho old building was a ninths of flames Firemen utiickly realized the rnlilily if attempting lo save tbe strrnturr tiul gave their attention to prcvrnt Hie spread of the drums lilllc 01 her Daimi j They wore successful in this in ISial j no other building was damaged vitn the exception of a small liarni fbop in the rear of the grocery and hard ware store and the loss to this was considered slight Tbe trunk telephone lines hrnout tbe city were burned down 9nd a part ot the city was without light service PETERSON BACK IN NORTHWOOD terson Expected to Be Taken to North Dakota in Bank Case TlnN TO PAGE R COMrMN t EXTREME COLD GRIPS EUROPE Fuelless Towns Starving Populations Is Story From Continent NnUrmVGOn loh A Weifmoih iml o J Uu Hick sun iopnty nrrivod his luormng1 from El Texns bringing with thOTii P C Peterson Worth county jail break er wlio irf hold Cor iKirKcluation in n hanU roblKry at Dal Petorson IKIH linon Jn rnunty jnil nvnitJiifi tbo next inwft which will llluly be to lake him n North DnUota for trial tlioro AuUioriticH ivhiclaiit to just ho tlojin in ihu aril Feb weather ACL tied aver Central HuuthenstcTn ft u ratio Itxluy with us firm a grasp ns if there had never been tlits temporary of canicrj in Tho wcnh IYoui Sixuulinnvia to the southeast n Up C tho JJalkniiH tho slory was ono of frozen fuolli loivnsnmi cities without foorl nnd dfrc suffering of population from j oxrressively low temTicraunvs Hungary niiponivU one of the Imnl CSH lilt Tnhnhltnnts of Ifuilapcsi weift unfa to tio fxperknrinj extreme depri vations luo lo tho cokl TCP in the 1nnuhe was miir ftet thick near Maros All bopo of fruit crops is tfimo with I roes all frozen while it estimate TiO nont oC the nntfons Ijonoy betsr whie i iahea oC Hie Industries have AUNT HET By Roliert Quillen I aint opposed to opera tions but I dont like to think of bavin to be as sembled when the dead aviso on the last day   

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