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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                CHIEF NATIONS FOR NAVAL CUT Administration Changes Have Hurried Plans for Reduction t WASHINGTON July 5 ministration changes in Japan Great Britain and the States the three leading naval are regarded in official and diplomatic circles here as having brot to the fore viewpoints favorable to naval reductions Since President Hoover was in augurated March 4 the United States has taken the leadership in pressing not only for a world wide policy of naval limitation but for reduction in lighting fleets no matter how drastic In connection y with this development Prime Min tft ister MacDpnald of England r t initiated conversations vvth Ambassador Dawes looking toward a basis of agreement on the naval question between the two ma jor naval powers riays Important Part Former Premier Tanaka of Ja pan officially informed the Ameri can government that Japan would be wholeheartedly favorable to any steps which might lead to some so lution of the naval problem and the liberal government of Premier Yugo Harnagschi who has just taken of fice is expected by diplomatic and official circles to play an active part in any disarmament negotia tions Those who have been following the developments pointed out todav that Premier Hamaguchi is a civil ian the second non military or non naval man to hold the premiershia in Japan Former Premier Tanaka his predecessor was army trained It was believed here that the pres ent premier in view of his civilian background vould look with con siderable favor upon a conference ot statesmen rather than tech nicians for final discussion of the naval question Yardstick Theory Urged The most intimate problem which each of the threeadministrations Saa before it is the working out of formula on the basife of the yard puck theory urged by1 Hugh S Gib son American ambassador to Bel gium at the recent session of the league of nations preparatory dis armamentcommission Under this 1 theory the naval strength of the several naval powers Would be i measured by relative considerations of age armorspeed and othr such factors in the ships of ciicfcf cate High administration since the government took the initiative in proposing the plan to await developments the other naval powers MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Two Wrongs Dont Make One Right SEVEN By PERCY CROSBY f7 UoiYHour THE THE GRAB BAG Who am I What cabinet mem ber am I being mentioned to suc ceed Where is my home Why were the Boxers so called Drownings Are Cause in Most of Cases CONTINUED FIIOM PAGE 1 isls blinded stopped their cars to avoftl collisions TEN DIE IN IOWA What English novelist was the son of a Polish revolutionist Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is liberty Where is this pas sage found in the Bible Answers on Market Thursdays Horoscope born on this day have yVeat selfcontrol They like to have a good deal of influence and are always ready to help others Large Number Attend By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Automobile accidents drownings and burns received from firecrack ers caused the deaths of 10 lowans on Independence day and today with several others lying injured Delia Rohr 23 of Manning was killed when her automobile skidded on loose gravel and overturned Theresa Sievers 30 was badly bruised and cut but is expected to live At Ames Pan Chi Kung a Chi nese student at Iowa State college was fatally injured when an auto overturned T P Hsung a fellow student and Miss Amy Chen Coe college student driver escaped with minor injuries Oclwcin Man Killed Peter Hanson 30 Oelwein rait road fireman was fatally shot near Waterloo Hansons wife said he placed a rifle to his head and pulled the trigger when they stopped their car Police however doubted the suicide story and hinted at foul play At Des Moincs one fireworks ac cident which may prove fatal oc curred Genevieve Burke 6 received burns dress Mrs Wedding in Jugoslavia Is Gastronomic Orgy CIRIPAS Jugoslavia July 5 than 200 relatives were on hand for the wedding breakfast when Magdalena Weber and Jacob Koniz were married The bridegroom furnished the food and when the guests departed found that he owed the grocer the following items cows 4 pigs 300 chickens 30 geese 40 turkeys 450 pounds of flour 110 pounds of butter 50 quarts of cream 125 pounds of chsese 2000 eggs 10 hogsheads of beer 1000 bottles of wine and 1500 syphons of soda water Buffalo Center Corwith Win Contests at Algona I ALGONA July a double baseball program as part of the fourth of July celebration here yes terday Buffalo Center defeated Bancroft 3 to 1 and Corwith downed Ottosen 6 to 1 Tons by Consumed Stomach Sufferers During the past ton years I will Zr I liave taken a truck loud of writes R stomach sufferer Be sides he tried many other things mag nesia digestive tablets and the like examined and treated by fifteen doctors during which period ho was Xrayed live times Then ho heard of Zlnsep Compound and three taottles he says did Mm more Rood than all the treatments and things he hail taken This man had a severe and chronic case of Hyperacidity Makeshift rom edles and common digestive Rids were of no value Tliey Rave only scant nnd fleeting relief Hts condition re quired ft corrective something that would overcome the trouble by remov llnz the cause and that Is what Zlnsep Compound did for him If you arc tired of tnklns soda nnd other equally Ineffective remedies and iwnnt permanent instead of transient relief Just try Zlnsep Compound Rudolph Pitulik 22 and Erwin Pitu All residents of Grand Rap Ida except the latter two brothers who were from Detroit Bodies of four were recovered Guards said they warn f all bath ers as they entered the water that the surf and undertow made it un safe to swim far out but that the nine swimmers drowned disregarded the caution CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 vided between the owner oC har nessed dogs and an Indian on a horse The judges were J A Pcken baugh Des Moincs Walter Serral Des Moines and Jack Lewis Chi cago patrons at the Lakeshore hotel The Two Bands in Inrndc parade also included two bands the Woden community band and the Clear Lake professional VV lrom1V The Spanish war vcierans fife and ol drum corps also was m die line of i am march The afternoon program at the lake was featured by the address of the Rev Mr Milne who stressed the need of a truer and finer patriotism America he said had grown from a small group of colonies to a migh ty nation that at times was afflict ed with superiority complex Her people led the world not only in ideals but also in material advance ment the minister declared The speaker told the crowd llm he believed in peace but it must be an honorable peace In the present development of the nation there danger of corporations be coming too powerful for the good of the people he added Coc Pettit Pluys Coe Pettit entertained the gath eing in the Central park for a half hour with piano numbers A racing program which included the variety of classes was also on the afternoon program Bayside also drew an all day throng Boats did a land office bus iness carrying the crowds back and forth The ball game at Bayside at tracted a huge afternoon attend nncq The evening program included a street dance at Clear Lake ami beautiful pyrotechnical display at Bayside Thousands all around the lake watched the brilliant and col orful fireworks when a match ignited her William Stammeyer of Boone received injuries to her head when her automobile collided with tuanMier at Des Mnlnes Kung wasa leader college activities for foreign stu dents servinglast year as president of the Cosmopolitan club He wai district vice president of the organi Iation for Iowa North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska and Kan sas George S Hoyse 22 died today at Cedar Rapids from injuries received when he dived into shallow water at Sistoys grove yesterday Ho land ed on his head and was paralyzed from his nock down His parents Mr and Mrs J s Royse live at Waterloo Burial will be at Cedar Falls Cimvilh Man Died Lester Metille of Corwilh died to froni injuries received in a co s car and one driven by Stoddard of Luvcrne near St Benedict last night Bert Sabin 4J saved the life of Agnes Buhrmnn 54 at Watkins ROCKET CAUSE LOSS OF HOME Fire Destroys House Leaving Family of Eight Homeless A fire attributed by firemen to fireworks left a family of eight homeless Thursday night with the house in which they were living ami its contents totally destroyed The one story frame house occu pied by Mr and Mrs Frank Lamb and their six children 420 South Polk avenue owned by Mrs M J Severns 123 Second street south west was burned Thursday night at oclock The family was not at home at the time and the fire was not discovered until it lint gained such headway that firemen could do nothing except check blaze Contents Destroyed The contents of the house which included all of the clothing of Uie members of the Lamb family wore totally destroyed Loss on the con tents which was partly covered by insurance was set at while the loss on the house was set at 1800 which was also pattly cov ered by insurance uiSHh porch of the house and that he be lieved it was caused by a sky rocket which had lighted there The first call of an unusually busy day for the first denartment came at oclock Thursday morning when firemen were called to n pile of hay next to the Cadwell transfer and storage barn at 3D yesterday but he lost his own They were swimming in Prairie creek when Uie girl got beyond her depth Sabin caught her and started to swim to the shore when he sank in 15 feet ot water The girl managed to cling to the bank Sabins bodv was recovered this morning Bernice Bong 3 daughter of Mr nnd Airs George Bong of Cherokee ceived when her clothing caught flrn from a firecracker during the Inde pendence day celebration there Kenneth Crook nnd George Steil Algonn youths are held at Britt for hearing in connection with the acci dent in which Mrs Peter Leichman Britt was killed early today The boys car collided with that of the Leichmans at the approach of a bridge They were arrested at Al gonn e fire origihatetTon the back NORTHERN IOWA TOWNS OBSERVE FOURTH OF JULY Algona Host to Crowd at Independence Day Cele bration ALGONA July 5 crowd thot to bo the largest ever to attena a celebration here gathered to spend Independence day at Algona yester day Ball games fireworks dancing and a carnival were features of the days entertainment Corwith downed Ottosen G tol and Buffalo Center defeated Ban croft 3 to 1 in the afternoon sports program The eruption of Mt Ves uvius featured the fireworks display in the evening Four free attractions including the Tennessee jubilee singers were on the stage and dancing went on in the floral hall both afternoon and evening Day Crowded at Kockford ROCKFORD July car nival attractions which continued all day band concerts and a patriotic address crowded the celebration of Independence clay here yesterdn The Rev Thomas Anderson of Charles City was speaker of the clay gave concerts both afternoon and evening A lireworks display and a pave ment dance were features of the eveningMotor boat racing and street sports were on the afternoon program Miller Speaks at ROW AN July Miller Umon71adQies5ed the tion held tit the Rowan plc hic grounds iwo miles east of hero yesterday The Williams family band of Rowan furnished music Crowd Ifcnrs Murphy ESTHERVILLE July large crowd heard F W Murphy Wheat on Minn chairman of the legisla tive committee corn belt organ Funeral Services to Be Held Sunday for Mrs Cooley of Britt BRITT July Cooley 61 died this niurning home here following an Peter at her illness which has lasted since the first of May Her illness was believed to have been brot on by grief over the death of Mr Cooley which occurred in April Funeral services will be held dun clay afternoon at oclock at the home The Rev G W Eggles ton pastor of the Methodist church will bo in charge Mrs Cooley is survived by five daughters Mrs Cornelia Asnlai d Clear Lake Mrs Harold Howietl and Mrs Giis Sostrem of Britt Miss Zella Cooley Kankakee II and Mrs William Wahlcrl Pot land Ore RSTI NELSON JULY Bout Will Be Deciding Con test to Be Staged at Emmetsburg boxer who ps In Lriiu by put ting in long hours at the farm homo east of town has accepted the chal lenge issued by Battling Nelson for a 10 round bout The boys will set tle the question July II New Endurance Mark Only Few Hours Off CONTINUED PAGE 1 one in the plane which carried two men in addition to Basham were injured LANDS FOR GAS at Emmolsburs Nelson and Goeders have met in ring on two previous occasions decision was awarded Goeders the second time they met but contest wasso close some were of the opinion th bout was a draw AH of this discussion has prompttd the third and deciding contest The mutch will be held in the out door arena erected three weeks ugo by the American Legion street northeast Thp firp rp vu UUIIIUHUBC ui corn oeic organ farm aid who delivered suited from firecrackers thrown into the pile There was no damage Found No Fire A call to the Ccrro Gordo hotel at 1 oclock Thursday afternoon re vealed that smoke from a chimney was pouring over the top of the building giving the appearance of a fire in the hotel A firecracker tossed in a pile nf rubbish in back of the Htrxtabie drug store 116 South Federal ave nue called firemen out again at oclock p m The only damage was to windows in the rear of the store which were cracked by the heat ojung vjiieroitee i I died todny at Alta from burns re CelebratorS Smash TtUCK Delved When hfr MnHiintr Parked on Charles City Street If Senator Norris was half honest as ne professes to be would quit posing as a republican you Ur druggist Will Cheerfully refund at nnrf TnnnrIl ttlnffc ur money if It Jails to help you Kouncll JSIuirs AnnparMl Keep Skin Clear IE your skin is not fresh smooth and unblemished here is an easy way to clear it Bathe with Resinol Soap and warm water Spread 011 a little Rcsi no Ointment lolling it remain over night if possible then wash off with Resinol Soap Thousands testify to the QUICKNESS with which Resinol acts Use Resinol Soap daily for toilet and bath So cleansing nnd refreshing it tonrls to prevent skin blemishes Note its tonic odor FREF r Write Dcpt 76 LAKE CLAIMS TEN CHARLES CITY July ley Roenfanz Mason City and L G Green Charles City are in the city jail to appear today on a charge driving while intoxicated The car which they were driving smashed into n truck belonging to Paul Zelner in front of his residence on North Main street about oclock this morning Both men were badly cut and bruised and both the truck and the the principal address at the Fourth of July celebration here yesterday The celebration was a picnic at Riverside park given by the Emmet county Farmers Union G B Miller of Albia vice president of the lowu Farmers Union was another speak er on the program From 11 to 12 oclock in the morn ing an hour of sports was staged followed by a picnic dinner Music was provided by the Goecke guitar trio and the Esthervillo juvenile band Aloise Nepple gave a reading Has Old Time Celebration PLYMOUTH July The olrl time Fourth of July celebration in Plymouth went off without a hitch A large crowd heard the brief ad dress by S L Haynes Mason City attorney and spent the dny here witli picnicking and sports Plymouth came out rm the short end of a 2H to 0 baseball game with Osage which was a feature of the afternoon program The gamp was played for a large purse Street sports were included on the schedule of events Music was furnished Uiruout day by the high school band th It begins to took as if In the fu ture that no flyer will start out on an attempt to break a record with out procuring a NewsltepubUcan Minneapolis Pastor to Fill Pulpit of Central Lutherans The Rev Carl H Kartell of the Holy Trinity Lutheran church at Minneapolis will preach the sermon at the services in the Central Lu theran church here Sunday morn ing at 10 oclock it was announced by members Friday The Rev Itr Eartsch has attracted attention among the Twin City churches by building up a congregation from 200 to 1400 in 14 years He will fill the pulpit in the absences of Lhe Rev A O Soholm the pastor who is attending Lulher league conven tions at Omaha and Council Bluff CHICAGO July 5 Un Un Bowler whereabouts of which has been a mystery since it took off from Remi lake Ontario on its flight over the top of the world ironi Chicago to Berlin was be lieved today to have landed at Great Whale for refueling Signals starting at a m and ceasing at a m led the Chicago tribune sponsoring the trip for the purpose of blazing a new commer cial route to Europe to think the amphibian plane spent the night on some lake north of Rupert House and continued to Great Whale to day The signals grew gradually weak er indicating a landing Weather permitting it was hoped the three flyers would be able to make Port Burwell on the northern tip of Lab rador before nightfall Now In Fourth Day CULVER CITY Gal July s Still dodging ni and out ot fog banks L W Mcnclell and R B Rcinhart this morning approached their lourth day in Ihe air as they piloted their biplane Angeicno nearer the endurance record which they seek to better The Clyers took off at a iu Tuesday ami the plane must re main in the air until p m next Tuesday tTba fnjr this UPA hrhj airport at approximately 1000 feet and still maintain contact with thi ground Notes dropped by the pilots indi cated they were in excellent spirits Local Commercial Council lo Meet for Picnic Plans A meeting of the Mason City Council No 107 of the United Com mercial Travelers will he held Sat urday night at S oclock at the home oC Frank Balkan 919 North Federal avenue for the purpose or making plans for the joint picnic which is to he held July 20 at Charles City with the council Inert Word has been received that Carl L Hinks grand councilor of the state organization will be present at the picnic Frank S Hanson is general chair SPURIOUS LIQUOR TO BE CONDEMNED Thirty Persons Under Inves tigation for Robbing Warehouse CHICAGO July 5 ate action to condemn 482 barrels and 1955 esses of spurious bonded medicinal liquor will be started oy the federal government officials an nounced yesterday The liquor recently was discov ered substituted for bona fide whis key stored here in the Sibley ware house government concentration depot for the middle west How the liquor kept under close guard by federal agents on the sixth and seventh floors of the building was stolen and the spurious whiskey put in its place has not been re vealed Local prohibition authorities said colored water mixtures of water end alcohol and raw alcohol had been used as substitutes for the whiskey The thefts were discoverer as early us last August one offi cial said and an extensive investiga tion has been carried on since W M Kennedy deputy prohibition ad ministrator said that perhapa 25 or dO persona have been under In vestigation and there will probably oe 50 or more witnesses taken be fore the grand jury nJKicfals saiti Lhat probably 30 000 gallons of good whiskey 10 and 12 years old had been tairen from the warehouse and put on the mar Ket At bootleg prices it was valued at more than Ail the supreme court need do to make its embargo against pacifists absolute is to extend Its juriscllcton to the Times FIRST AID FOR Sunburn I maddening burn and c KWQ tnstanay by Free to Asthma and Hay Fever Sufferers AA Can UEO or Loss of Timo We have a method for the control of Asthma and we want you to try it nt our expense No matter whether your case is of long standing or re cent development whether it is present as Chronic Asthma or Hay Fever you should send for a free Trial of our method No matter in what climate you live no matter what your age or occupation It you are troubled with Asthma or Hay Fever our method should relieve you promptly We especially want to send it to those apparently hopeless 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radius of a few hundred yards Nine of the dead were bathers at a municipal park beach The other was a girl who with three compan ions was swept from a pier at the beach by a giant breaker which bowled the four into the water While three lifeguards struggled against the waves to pull the four I struggling persons in the water to I safety a terrific undertow appar ently generated by the huge comb ers which first swept the pier car ried the nine bathers to their death Hundreds of persona ashore gay holiday picnickers and bathers basking in a warm sun watched horror stricken as the nine were whirled screaming for help far out into the white capped lake The dead are Mildred Fifieltl 19 Robert Shindler 19 Julius Tusch 19 Leonard Kellogg 20 Carl Rohl nff 21 Walter Schwartz 19 John GIddings 21 Frank Petrowslti JO Bahamas Will Build 12 New Lighthouses NASSAU Bahamas July 5 Plans for the construction of 12 new i lighthouses in the Bahama Islands have been completed under the aus pices of Trinity House London Th work of construction will require eight years Sixty men and two schooners have been assigned to tho task All of the lights will be of the most modern type with longrange reflectors At Stirrups Cay the light will be of the fourflash type every 15 minutes and will be visible for 25 miles Car Plymouth Twine will be on track July 10 Take your twine from the car and save per pound Phone 270271 500 Third St N E When the young woman who had j entered college to get a degree an nounced her engagement to her proI fessor in the middle of her second I year her friend said But Edith T thot you came here to get your Ph D So I did returned Kdith but I had no idea Id get him so Kansits Cltv MR LAND OWNER During the last nineteen years this office has loaned more lhan ten million dollars to farmers in Northern Iowa and Southern Min nesota We have a large number of loan companies that give us excep tionally good service Drop us a line and let us know your require ments Our loans are 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