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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home MASON CITY HOME EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY 10WA SATURDAY JUNE 8 1929 UNITED PRESS AMD INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 208 RIOTERS SHOOT CHIEF OF POLICE RUTH IS LIKELY TO BE OUT OF GAME 3 WEEKS Pessimistic Believe He May Not Play Again All Season NEW YORK June 8 Ruth held the undivided atten tion of baseballs millions today A victim according to official pronunciamento of muscular heart trouble the great home run slug ger of the New York Yankees will be out of the game for an indefin ite period The more optimistic of Ruths In timates said he would be back in the Yankee lineup within a week or 1C days the more pessimistic inclined to the belief that Ruth would not don his uniform again for a month and a half at least and possibly for the rest of the season May Be Three Weeks The great mapority of expert opinion took the two extremes di vided by two and arrived at the conclusion that the Big Bam prob ably would be back in the game within three vyeeks Thure appeared to be no basis for early reports that Ruths baseball career was over Efforts to learn the Babes exact condition were hamp ered the wall of mystery with which his illness has been shrouded Wouldbe interviewers have been unsuccessful in attempts to pass doormen and elevator operators at the West Eightysixth street apart x rnent where Ruth and his bride of itwo months Mrs Claire Hodgson i KOjhare living rRuth quoted de Yankeebfflcialsi by the club physician that muscular heart trouble was hot necessarily a serious ailment thot the Babe would be with them in a week or 10 days Left Game a Wcelc Ago Ruth has been out of the lineup since last Saturday when he left the game and later went to a hos pital for an xray to determine Just how serious was the cold with which he had been suffering for some Announcement was made that one lung was congested and that he would be out of the game for a week Mrs Ruth said the only serious thing about her husbands illness was convincing him that he must obey doctors orders to take a short rest Aged Nashua Woman Near Death Following Stroke NASHUA June Leppard 02 years old who had made ner home with her daughter Mrs Wil liam Tucker the past few years suffered a stroke Wednesday and her condition is critical Confess Car Thefts FORT DODGE June 8 plicating a third youth Merle Cemn ley 15 and John Ort 16 confessed theft of seven cars in the last month Correct thia sentence The old dear makes oodles of money said the flapper bride and Ill help him save StarCourier IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Saturday night and Sunday slightly warmer LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Warmest Friday 64 lowest In Night 44 At 8 A M 55 The mercury was on the descend ing scale again Friday The maxi mum of 64 waa 14 degrees lower than that of the preceding day and the mininmum of 44 was 8 below that of the previous night And in cidentally altogether too close to the frost Jevel for comfort among gardeners Farm Bill AS SKIPPER V HONEYMOON SHIP PUT INTO PORT WITH BRIDE Senate for Final Action SOLONSlOPING TO ARRANGE AN EARLYVACATION FOREIGN IS CRITICAL OF Reparations Under Fire BERLIN June 8 com ment in Berlin was generally ad verse today on publication of the new Young plan for reparations but the papers were sharply divided ac cording to parly prejudices The nationalists are bitterly an tagonistis to the agreement but Uia liberals are inclined to more mod erate criticism some seeing a defin ite cause for satisfaction The nationalist Deutsche Zeitung says defiantly We fling a flat no at this make shift solution and all constitutional means will be justified to destroy this Paris plan even against the governments will Proposition Absurd The democratic Vossische Zeilung hopes for a final debt annulment and declares The proposition is absurd that a nation should for two generations pay other nations war damages Even in the allied camp and es pecially in the United States eco nomic common sense will win event ually and must lead if not to com plete annulment at least to a sane reduction in the international war debts Until then we must trust in the future and work for the econom ic reconstruction of Germany The democratic Boersen Courier says The burden must be borne al tho it waa fixed neither by econom ic wisdom nor the will to find the way to world recovery but once again by the might of the victor Sees Progressive Step The socialist Vorwaerts which is among the most favorable critics declares Tho the Paris result is no cause for rejoicing nevertheless it means a step forward Politically it shows that the will to destroy Germany is no longer in the world The ques tion of international debts and re parations at least has passed from the acute stage to the stage of un derstanding German sovereignty is TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 5 WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather outlook for the week he ginning Monday June 10 For tho upper Mississippi and lower Mis souri valleys and the northern and central great plains Showers ovor most of districts by or before middle of week and possibly near close temperatures mostly near or above normal Two Central Press telephotbs snapped ns Col Charles A Lind bergh put into York Harbor Maine to tako on gas and supplies before continuing his honeymoon cruise with tho former Anno Morrow on their cabin cruiser Mouette These photos of tho colonel are tho first taken since his marriage to Anne Morrow at Bnglevvoorl N J Mrs Lindbergh remained in tiie cabin while her husband braved the crowd on the wharf As they cruised Into York Harbor tho two were seen sitting each with a hand on the wheel Maynard Toiirnier iDies iit Minnesota Saniitaflum Simpson Breaks 100Yard Mark With a 09 25 STAGG FIELD Chicago June S Simpson Ohio State sprinter broke all exist ing records for tho 100 yard clash this afternoon ly running tho century in 09 25 seconds Claude Brnccy was second und Tolan third Simpson also won the 200yard run in 208 Tolan ran second VISITS SHKFFIIil Nellie Hudson uC Staples Minn is making n visit nt jthe home ol her brother 13 P Hudson plane ARMY FLYER DIES IN FALL Parachute of Selfridge Field Aviator Fails to Open COON RAPIDS June 8 Be cause his parachute failed to open Leut W D Slingerland 24 Kas son Minn fell to his death near hers yesterday after the engine of his airplane stalled in midair He was flying one of six army planes from Selfridge field Mount Cle Mich to an airport dedica tion at Sioux City The other pilots saw him swerve from the V formation and climb to a higher altitude and then fly out of sight Thinking he was going on a sightseeing trip they did not fear for his safety Mrs James Durbin a farmers wife saw Slingerland leap from hii Mason City Theater Owner Succumbs to Diabetes and Tuberculosis Funeral services for Bray nurd K Tournlcr will bo held Tuesday afternoon at tho 1jvt terson funeral home acconlJng to announcement lute Saturday J O Hclby first reader of tlic First Church of Christ Scien tist will have charge of the services Maynard Tournier died Saturday morning at Pokegama sanitarium in from a complication of diseases resulting in tuberculosis anddiabetes He had been ill since last fall The last time he sang in public was Armistice day for the American Legion program and since that time his condition rapidly grew worse He was to tho sanitarium about a month ago Mrs Tournier and brother Frank Tour nier of Los Angeles were with him Mrs Alice Tournier his mother is here at the B C Coffin home North Federal avenue A son Maynard Jr is in Montgomery Ala at a government aviation field Born in New York Mr Tournier was born in Au burn N Y but lived there only until he became C years old moving later to Buffalo N Y where in 1902 he was married to Miss Mar jorie Gates He moved bride to Geddes S Dak where for four years ho was foreman of a printing office and justice of the peace In 1906 he was offered the posi tion of foreman of the Mitchell Daily Republican at Jlitctieil S i Dak and after filling this position for three years he took over the management of the first moving picture house in that city Hu formed the Dakota Theater com pany and built another theater on the main thorofare naming it af ter his son Maynard Organized Theator Company In 1913 he sold the Mitchell the ater and moved to Chicago There he taught and studied voice He came to Mason City the following year making his debut here as the manager of tho Oyer Cloak and Suit company He reentered the theater business as manager of the Star theater and later bought half interest In 1923 he organized ths Iowa theater company which had five theaters operating in the state Mr Tournier was known in Ma son City and surrounding commun ity for his exceptional tenor voice For many years he was a member of the Emprycan quartet and in later years broadcast from Minne apolis and Des Moines He was a member of the Rotary club Elka Masons and tiie Chamber of Corn No wonder people sympathize with Germany France merely lost men and Germany is asked to part with Kevlcw NOW IN FULL CHARGE IN New Ministers Pay Their Respects to King George F ONDON rune S new la bor cabinet of Ramsay Mac Donald was in full office today Members ofthe cabinet journeyed to Windsor castle this morning paid their respects to King George and returned to London bearing the seals of their office which the retir ing conservative government mem bers surrendered to his majesty yes terday My colleagues and I were highly delighted to find the king looking so well and to see how he was able to go thru the ceremony without any suggestion of strain said Mr MacDonald afterward Everything went off smoothly The introduction of the labor min isters to the place in the audience room of Windsor castle in to which the members of the labor ite party attired in the formal morning dress befitting the cere monial of the occasion were ushered Previously n meeting of the privy council presided over by the king was held for the purpose of swear ing in the new members who had not previously been members of the privy council by virtue of the labor government of 1924 VISITOR FROM ILLINOIS Derr of Dixon II is attonrlinR to business and visit iilK friends licro tliis week Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS June passed a bill yeH tcrday to redistribute some new co n g r essmen f 5 United Cigar i Stores have just done away with giving out cou pons and now the government has taken It up and is giving out congress men instead Tf you remember this session of congress was called just to relieve the WILL ROGERyouTre a desti tute farmer and can get enough other poor farmers to go in with you and sign the census rolls why they will relieve your stranded condition by givingyou another congressman The only rolief I can see out of it is send a fat one so they can eat him Yours WILL ROGERS SLAYERS VICTIM Democrats May Accede to Wishes of Republi cans on Tariff BULLETIN WASHINGTON Juno Senator Nycrepublican North Dakota served notice in the senate today that ho would stay Jiero nil summer if neces sary to obtain u vote on his measure proposing repeal of the national origins clause of tho immigration net WASHINGTON June 8 ing to start a real vacation in the near future congress decided not to take today off but to get on with its work With the farm relief bill before the senate for final action and censusreapportionment measure in conference for adjustment of minor differences leaders felt free to go ahead with plans looking to an eariy adjournment until September Those plans depend chiefly upon the success of efforts to obtain an agreement for a senate vote on thi tariff bill about midOctober and the failure of export debenture advo vates to hold together a sufficien majority in that chamber to bring about a deadlock with the house on the f arm bill Coiiter on Tariff JThe senate democrats have been called to confer on the tariff vote proposal Monday and apparently are willing to accede to the republi can leaders wishes if in the wools of their own leader Senator Robin son of Arkansas they arc assured reasonable time for a discussion of all amendments that may be of fered Agreement fixing a time for a vote on the tariff bill on which hearings will be started Wednesday by the senate finance committee will re quire a twothirds majority If the democrats decided to support the move the strongest opposition thus far indicated will be that of republi can independents Senator Robinson meanwhile is leading the opposition to acceptance of the joint conference report an the farm relief legislation which recommends elimination of the ex port debenture proposal voted by the senate 47 to 44 over vigorous administration objections thru a coalition of democrats and republi can independents That report was accepted by the house with little debate and was made the order oC business in the senate today at the request of its pilot Chairman McNary of the agri culture committee and the joint con ference committee displacing the proposal of Senator Nye republican North Dakota to bring repeal of tho national origins clause of tho immigration act before the cham ber Associated Press Photo Mrs Virginia Patty 28 for merly of Sioux City wns found slain in Los Angeles Police lire seeking William L Tallmun radio operator as the killer Ho was arrested on board a steamship but escaped when the vessel docked GOOD PRAISES G 0 P EFFORTS AT PROSPERITY War Secretary Disputes Claims of Others to Birthplace PON Wis Juno 8 memoratlngthe seveutyfif Li anniversary of the founding of the republican party Secretary of War James W Good declared today that tmi the leadership of the G O P he country reached its present state of prosperity contentment audl STRIKERS AND GUARDS BATTLE AT TENTED CITY Three Others Wounded in Fight in South Caro lina Town BULLETIN GASTONIA N Cur luno 8 of Police O L Aclcrholt seriously wounded last night in a bnttln between guards at llio tented camp of striking Loray cotton mill workers and city pollco mcn died in a hospital here tit this morning N C June S Chief of Police O J Aderholt who was seriously injured lasL night in a fight between guards about the tented colony of striking Loray cotton mill workers and city policemen was barely alive today hospital attaches reported Artificial means of respiration were being sed Chief Aderholt was wounded u the lungs with birdshot Three othermen were in hos itals one in a serious condition another was nursing birdshot vounds and 44 members of the na ional textile union were in custody harged with assault with intent tor kill as a result of a fight The city which for several houra ost night was thrown into a tur moil had grown calm with rapid work by special police detectives In Action JsText Wcclc Presenting a revised farm bill re TUBN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 DRAGGING LAKE FOR HANS MING Seines Grappling Hooks Un availing in Discover ing Body RUTHVEN June move than 24 hours of searching the body of Hans Ming 27 Ruthvcn farmer who was drowned in the Lost Island lake at midnight Fri day wns still imrecovercd Grap pling irons and large seines hava been used but to no avail Norman Olson 18 year old farm youth who was with Ming when he fell out of their boat from which they were fishing has been unable to inform searchers accur ately where the farmer fell into the water since when the boy rowet back for help it was so dark that a return to the immediate vicinity was almost impossible Sheriff Leo Shea Emmetsburg who with his deputy Ray Hilton ir in charge of the search ordered a seine from Spirit Lakr This was attached to motor boats but the net wns torn by jaggei rocks so an to he of no further use Lost Island lake today and yes lerdav was particularly rough nd ing to the diflicultiea the search crs well being Tie republican party bo IT of neople who brushed aside th peti icss of partisanship and Ue selfish ness of personal ambitions will con inue to advance human welfare so hat the comfort and joya of Amer ican life may become the common enjoyment of all Secretary Good said Recounting the growih of the re publican party he nought to put at the claims of various cities to he birthplace of the party by quot ng a publication issued by the re publican national committee in 19i4 which gave Ripon credit for harbor ing the men who gave the party its name and who first merged the old political faiths Credit lo BOVUV The work of Maj A Ivan Earle Bovay a resident of Ripon in fus ing the antislavery parties in Uie north into one organization in 1S54 and naming the resultant party re publican was the first systematic effort in that direction the national committee found The party sprang from the peo ple and not from any one man however the secretary asserted While we can trace our partys ancestry thru the whig and free soil parties the abolition agitation and a number of lesser political move ments nowhere do we find a great nationally known person as the founder of the republican party Truly that party sprang from the people The name given the party was ex actly descriptive of the organization that was wanted the speaker ob served From the day it was adopted TORN TO IAGE 8 COLUMN 1 rounding up suspects A request for troops made to Governor Gardner met with a statement that the local officials should handle the situation it possible and the request was withdrawn 3 Other Cops Hit A J Roach a patrolman was peppered by scores of shot and was regarded ns being in a serious con dition while it was expected that Patrolman Tom Gilbert would re over Patrolman Charles Ferguson received a number of shot in his arm and shoulder and Joseph Har rison of Passaic N J who claims to be a national textile workers union organizer was struck in the arm and side Harrison was held under guard at the hospital The police charge that the shoot ing was done by the guards posted around a tent camp where 150 strikers lived after eviction from their homes The officers said the only shot fired by them was acci dential a patrolmans gun being discharged when lie fell to the ground to avoid a load from a shot gun Chief Aderholt the three wounded patrolmen and n plain clothes man answered a call from Patrolman H C Jackson on duty at the Loray mill who reported that a group strikers and sympathizers were en route to the mill The police turned the crowd back toward their camp some four or TUKN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN S Hopoff Date Is Now Set for Next Monday OLD ORCHARD Maine June 8 wasd immed today that the monoplanes Green Flash and Yellow Bird could leave here be fore Monday on their proposed transAtlantic flights Dr James H Kimball New York weather forecaster reported a had storm area which the flyers could not hope to evade if they started today but he indicated it wns slowly moving out of their projected course ROB SODA GRILL GASH REGISTER Early Morning Theft Nets Police Work on Fingerprints Working with fingerprints left on the cash register police are search ing for the person who entered the Soda Grill between 5 and 6 oclock a m Saturday and stole almost from the cash register Paul Tailor joint proprietor with Frank Photiatlcs opened the cafe at 5 oclock and went downstairs lo change his clothes and it is believed that the robberymay have been committed at this time Police were summoned at oclock after the theft had been discovered and ob tained fingerprints Whether anything else waa taken could not be determined Saturday morninjr according Lo Mr Pho tiades AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I wouldnt fret about bavin iiothin to do to kill time if I hat a pantry that smcllcd like Janes   

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