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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES H O M E EDITION OL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 11 1929 PRESS AND IKTERNATIONAI raws SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 237 IVORCEE SUES HARDINGE AGAIN ndurance ivrTTifA rnl rr 1 wnnwwi QTTMMONS FARM BOARD TO MEET JULY 15 IJfl GALLONS OF Will Rogers NOTE SAYS TO CROWD IWAIT TUESDAY 3lane Has Already Been Up 215 Hours Far Beyond Record BULLETIN CULVER CITY Cal July 11 hundred and fifteen hours after taking off July 2 L W Mendell and R B Ksin hart dropped a note here at a m asking for a retue Ing at 7 a m The note said I Motor O K ye are O K CULVER CITY Cal July 11 jjV Still unfaltering in their battle 1 gainst time and gravitation tUe wo toughhombres L W Men lell and R B Reinhart continued Bartlett Has One Up Lead Over Herron HOOVER SUMMONS FARM BOARD TO MEET JULY 15 That they expected to remain m ljhe air 300 hours or more was iiuii yesterday when they dropped fe note saying Tell that crowd if want to see us land to come Jack next Tuesday Were gonna ay up another hundred The flyers whobroke the ptevl aV sustined ecbrd of 174 I pi CEDAR RAPIDS July 11 Art Bartlett of Ottumwa defending champion took a 1 up lead on Lee Herron of Sioux City medalist and former title holder on the first 18 holes of their36 hole match today Both shot erratic golf Herron a bit the worse taking a 6 on the eigh teenth Barlett was around in 74 three over par Heron was two strokes worse Bad breaks cost both chances to go ahead HerronB 6 on the eigh teenth was the result of a sliced drive that came to rest in the woods to the right a dubbed niblick that scooted across the fairway to the underbrush on the other side anoth er niblick that went out of bounds beyond the green and a third that was strong They see sawed the lead back and forth up to the last hole Barlett go ing 1 up three times on first nine and one on second only to see Her ron square it before Bartlett got a birdie three on the sixteenth to square the match and then got a par 4 to Herrons 6 on th eighteenth to ake the lead Looked Up on His Shot Bartlett lost the sixth because be ooked up on his shot He topped the second aa a result landed in nud on the creek bank He came ou nicely but lost to par five Herron outdrove the champion virtually all the way sometimes a much aa 40 yards but he miase several short putts on the out nine his putting cpmin nereplchished ttie fuel supply reached the 200 hur llnarii a heretofore unattained but pjten sought goal they took an hitch in their belts and jJe iroarideri moresuffar in their coffee It announced yesterday thai fheir biplane was a second hint placed nt their disposal b William G McAdoo former of lhe treasury thru his son G McAdoo Jr The McAdon biplane christened Angclno wars worked over Tny TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 1 TO RAISE SUB British Admiralty Sees No Hope of Bringing Wrecked Vessel Up Pi July n The ad a miralty has decided to abandon all if further operations for salvaging the K sunken submarine H47 This announcement was suppple mented by the statement that this decision had been reached after full consideration of the location of the craft and thedifficulties in attempt ing to salvage it A corrected casualty list of the crew of the sunken craft shows ihat three were saved with 20 now The third man heretofore unlisted was Petty Officer Hicks who had come up for a breath of air just before the collision The L12 which collided with the death vessel was berthed at Milford Haven It was full of chlorine gas Tugs pumped in fresh air fai Out Bartlett out Par in Bartlett in Herron in Stuart of Waterloo went to lunch on even terms with G H Wisner of Eldora while Craig McKec of Des Moines who beat bothf Bud Maytag of Newton and Lloyd Nord strom of Davenport yesterday also was square with Pat Wilcox of Dos Moines Stuart made turn two down and lost tenth but regained all three on the last eight holes Their cards Wisncr out Stuart out Wisner In Stuart in McKeewas one down at the turn losing four holes while taking three but he won the sixteenth to square the match They halved every other hole on the home Journey McKce out Wilcox Out McKco in Wilcox in B E Hayes of Chariton shot the beet golf of the morning 18 He went out in 34 one under par to take a 7 up lead on John Carey of Cedar Rapids He scored two birdies but relented somewhat coming home taking a 40 four over par to finish the morning jaunt four up He won orily one hole on the incoming jour ney while losing four all to par Ho scored a birdie three on 16 the only hole he won Cards Hayes out 74 C E D E N M N jLasociated rrssn Photo President Hoover has summoned members of the new federal farm board to rocetin Washington July 15 The board will izedunder the chairmanship of Alexander H Legge of Chicago James C Stone will be vice chairman To the eft Is a picture of F Schilling Northfield Minn president of the Twin Cities Milk Producers association Mr Schlllim isknown to Mason Cltyans by reason of two or three addresses he gave here It Is expected that wheat wIH bo the first commodity that the hoard will attempt to stabilize 131 GALLONS OF ALCOHOL FOUND N HORNER CAR Fort Dodge Man Held for Transporting Liquor MILO HORNER Fort Dodge was arrested by police at clock Thursday morning when the De goto coupe which he was driv ng was found to contain 131 gal ons of alcohol Horner was arrested by LeRoy V Neary clerk and Officer Ray L ohnson at the intersection of Four teenth street and North Federal avenue He was presumably trans jortlng the liquor from Minneapolis o Fort Dodge according to officers Taken before Judge Lowell L Forbes in police court Thursday morning Horner was fined on a plea of guilty to a charge o violating city ordinance 230 which forbids the possession intoxicat ing liquor He paid the amount in cash Preliminary informations charg ing bootlegging and illegal trans portation were filed against Horner by Roe Thompson county attorney lorner waived preliminary hearing n police court and was bound over o the grand jury with his bond set at 52000 In aneffort to arrange for the bond Horned spoke in wlthpower t6 sign bonds up to Whether Judge Forbes will accept the bondposted by the Fort Dodge man is not known TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 1 Dubuque Caddie Is Killed by Golf Ball Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July Just come from the Culver City lying field where those two fly ers have buen up in the ait longer than the tariff commis sion They aro on their tenth They would have gone some place far enough to go to Li nd y and Annie landed here yesterday with a stago coach full New Yorkers SLANDER CLAIM MADE BASIS OF SUIT WILL of these TransAtlantl flyers an nounce that they are headed for Spain They all land there nnd that would make their trip look like a success Germany launches an airplane tomorrow not a dirigible that seats 100 so we still got a long way to go to catch Europe in aviation Yours WILL ROGERS JAPAN WATCHES Invitations Pour In on TransAtlantic Flyers CLARA BOW IS TO WED ACTOR AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Carey out Hayes In Carey in Sallit neednt be stuck up about lier money I knowec her folks when they was so poor they couldnt afford bu one comb for the whole It Girlof Screen Is Become Bride of New York Man to CURllSMftLADY CLAIMS 6 LIVES Doctors Unable to diagnose Affliction of Group in Lumber Camp SAFFORD Ariz July 11 Six persons were dead today at a little lumber campj in the Graham mountains 35 miles from here vic tims of an illness which has mysti fied physicians A seventh victim was believed to be recovering from an attack of the same malady Meager reports last night told of the deaths of William Evans 45 and an 11 year old boy named Pow ell after Evans 4 year old daughter had died earlier in the day Three boys succumbed yesterday The first victims were John Green 6 Grovcr Siehold 16 and I Ralph Kerby Il Ptomaine poison ing from drinking home made Intox I Icants at first was decided to have I heen the cause of the deaths but the theory was discontinued with the death of the Evans child who LOS ANGELES July 11 lara Bow referred to as the it girl of the screen is engaged to wed Harry Richman musical com edy actor and night club propri etor of New York The marriage probably will take place within a month pending com pletion of pictures which Miss Bow and Richman are making here Mussolini Gives Yankees5 Traditional Italian Greet ing m Rome ROME July 11 hos pitality opened wide its arms to day to two American aviators Rog er Q Williams and Captain Lewis A Yancey who landed at Littorio aii drome at p m p m C S T yesterday from Santander Spain completing a transAtlantic flight from Old Orchard Maine Not even a tentative schedule for their activities the next few days has been arranged but it was said at the American embassy and in offi cial government quarters that a flood of invitations and requests had appeared and needed sifting Italians regarded almost as not able as their night the intense in terest Premier Mussolini displayed in their feat The duce was kept waiting for two hours last evening Ann Livingston Had Made Ready to Appear in Vaudeville July 11 Liv ingston of Tulsa Okla who won verdict in her breach of promise case against Franklin Hnr iinge last week bas filed a new suit against the 63 year old manu facturer and charg ing slander The new suit of which only the praecipe has been filed is baseii on remarks attributed to Hardlnga in a statement madepublic following theverdictlathebreach3fproni iso case sj Benjamin Ehrlich attorney Mqr Miss Livingston said woman could let pass unchallenged the re marks Hardinge has made since the trial Ehrlich since completion of the first suit has been preparing I a vaudeville sketch In which his 28 year old client intends to open in a loop theater Saturday He believes some of the remarks attributed ti Hardinge since the trial have tended o injure her chances of earning a iving Miss Livingston said had referred to her as a disgrace o my sex He called me a gold digger sbfi told reporters Also he said I had broken up a home I assume he was referring to the homo of Charles St Louis Change of Railway Con trol Threatening Tokyo Interests DUBUQUE July 11 ford Breitaupt ll a caddie was killed on the golf links of the Coun try club today when lie was struck in the temple by a golf ball driven by John Winters 8 a fellow caddie at the airdrome for the Amrican plane to appear but finally had to leave ten minutes before It flew over the field Taken to Rome As Williams and Tancey wcr taken to Rome they were conducted by General Italo Balbo under secre taryfor aviation to the premiers villa at Torenia Mussolini actingas minister for aeronautics greeted Hammond Seeks to Prevent Sale of Beverage in Iowa DES MOIVES July 11 beer is having a fight for its ex istence in Iowa For the second time within three weeks John B Hammond dry cruj oader and former Des Moines chief I of police has instituted court action in an attempt to prohibit the sale of the beverage within the state The Polk county district court to day had received a petition from Hammond asking that the freight depot of the Chicago and North Western railroad and the warehouse of Charles Hewitt and Sons whole sale merchants ns padlocked He nlso sought a permanent injunction to prohibit the railroad the whole sale dealers or the manufacturers of Ill Never Tell a Single iSoul both Richman broke tne news of the them there kissing both on b engagement yesterday Many times cheeks and congratulating them reported engaged since the begin their flight He said he was sorry and at Santander but ning of career Miss Bow has had occasion to deny such re ports but this one she confirmed Miss Bow who has been slightly ill as the result of what her physi cian diagnosed aa food is Beverly Hills LllcLL they had to land at Santander but warned them not to let that spoil of the accomplish their pleasure ment Hcad winds over southern France and the Mediterranean near beer from handling the product within the state Hammond contends that under a state law malt liquor is pif hibited in Iowa Several weeks ago he at tempted to have 10 cars of near beer confiscated on the same ground but the municipal court dismissed the case on the contention that the bev under interstate trans romance which began whenj the actress was on a vacation in New York several months ago was renewed when Richman arrived in Hollywood recently to take part in his first talkie Richman began his career at a cafe near Los Angeles later going to New York where he first met with success He was married to Yvonne Stevenson In 1918 at Santa Ana Cal and divorced in 1922 Miss Bcr never has been married erage was portation Hammond stated his fight against the sale of malt liquors in Iowa has is slowed their progress to 25 to just started and that C A Baker 35 miles an hour greatly lengthened centerville attorney was assisting their flight from Santander him in the campaign Baker is a They took 10 hours and ten oC former Attorney General A utes to traverse the 850 Littorio field Their altitude averaged 2 500 feat and 3000 feet but passing over Corsica Well Inland they were obliged to rise to 8000 feet Have you ever promised that But you keep your pronJsc Maybe you lint maybe you thats why youll understand CHATTY Goddess of Gab Baker author of the states in Seemed to Stand Still Over Toulon Captain Yancpy told the Associated We ac tually seemed to stand still A flv foot strip of fabric was torn oft un dcrneath the fuselage and later I junction padlock lav between i edisb Flyers Are Landed at Ivigtut Greenland Outpost July 11 UP Japanese of 1 ficial circles watched events in Manchuria toda with growing anx iety seeing in the Chinese coup which has destroyed the Russian control of the Chinese eastern rail way a situation dangerous to the Chinese Southern railway in which Japan has a vital interest It was thot possible the attempt to rid the Chinese eastern railway of Russians would be followed by a similar attempt along the South Manchuria railway one of the most vital points in the Japanese imper ial policy j Tokyo has followed closely also I the reported conversations at Peking between Chang Hsueh 1 Liang overloard of Manchuria Chiang KaiShek and C T Wang i Nanking foreign minister It was feared these conversations would re sult in a strengthening of Nankings control over Manchurias foreign in terests It was said in well informed quar ters the Chinese coup had been planned at a recent high council in Tfukdcn of Manchurlan leaders They were fortified by promises of Nankings support The eastern railway joins with the TransSiberian railway at Manchui Manchuria running east ward to HSrbin and to Suifenh the last Chinese territorial station where it joins with the Russian rail uay which has Its terminus nt I Vladivostok Another branch of the liner runs south ffom Harbin to Changchun joining the South Man churia railway The line was built by the Rus sians arid under agreement dated Oct 2 1920 and May 31 1924 been operated by both Russian anrl Chinese It was 1100 miles in Ch nese territory Iltivc vi Mr Nax isliving witlthls Witt and children I certainly did mot up his home nor any home FIVEDEAOF TRAIN WRECK ClevelandNew York Ex press Crashes Into Freight at Corning N Y CORNING N Y July 11 Five persons were killed and two injured early today as the eastbound Erie railroad ClevelandNew York express ploughed Into a car of a west bound freight that had left the tracks as the two trains were passing Four of the five dead were mem bers of the pa3senger train crew the fifth was said to a hobo stealing a ride None of the passenger train cars left the track and none of passengers was injured The only identified dead were En gineer Fred E Blake of Hornell and a trainman of Susquehanna Pa whose name was Latonic Buys Rock Fnlls Gnrage ROCK FALLS July Hartong of Estheryille has bought the garage and auto repair business of Roy Garl and took possession Tuesday ricrneain me luseiase aau mi Ivilllt Greenland said Ca had the funny experience of putting hfrt nnrl the crew of in Nova Scotia has i mv foot thru the airplane vfrlRC TvB h whicn contained n n WRS rnsf sretLngr lark nt after 1 TIT rr a m in a moiorDoataiier A fisherman caught ft codfish diamond bracelet Wonder what bc was said not the bevcraee torio the flyers landed Troops to have partaken ofjcamo of the girlHampton TQ pAGE 5 ftLfiMX 3 COPENHAGEN Denmark July t received from 1 Ivigtut Greenland said Capt Albin 1 v of the air Ivigtut at f a m in a motorboat after landing nt Kangnait bay from Reykjavik Iceland tf Beatrice Burton Author of Sallys Shoulders Tho Flapper Wife Her Man Honey Lou Starting Monday in the GlobeGazette Leader Is Killed in Wreck STOCKHOLM Sweden July 11 pMrs Katherine Tlngley 70 uoted theosophist leader died today at Visingso after au illness which lollowed a motor accident in Ger many Her right thigh bone and left ankle were broken May 30 when the automobile in which she was riding swerved from the road near Osnabrueck and crashed into a concrete bridge IOWA FORECAST Mostly unsettled local thun ilerBhowcrs probable In west and north portions Thursday night or Friday and In south east portion Friday warmer in cost portion Thursday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock am Thursday Warmest Wednesday 83 degree Lowest in Night 59 At 8 A M Thursday 13 degrees Th mercury was back in the con ventional eighties again Wednes day with a maximum of 83 am there was every appearance of a re turn to that zone Thursday At 3 oclock in the forenoon the tempera ture was 2 degrees higher than at a corresponding hour Wednesday Ths wind rvas out of the south and thr sun was bright CORRESPONDENT WANTED The GlobeGazette a in need uf a wideawake correspondent at once at Sheffield Interested persons will please address the managing edilor State qualifications for work   

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