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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY PAILY TIMES VOL XXXV PRSSS W1M KKPOB MAgOKCITYJ IOWA MONDAY JPLY M E TION INSTALLMENT Ifr CEATEiCc BURTON SAUYS SHOUlDERSl COPVRI6HT WscsBflmn CLEVELAND OHIO dangerous people to this world of ours are the gossips backbiting kind of giwsips who deliberately trv to the ordinary busybodies who becailse This world is full of them too S5S ths to a but Im going to All of us have been talked about behind our backs by just such neo Jt is the story of a born gossip and mischief maker It was the Saturday before Easter one day In all the year when womens hats should certainly have been selling like hot cakes But the weather was wet and wild The wind shrieked likea lost soul as it ran up and down the street The rain came hammering flown on the pavements The gut ters ran water In short it was any thingbut Easter hat weather And there was not a single cus tomer in Mrs Mayberrys little Mode Millinery Shop on West River street Moreover there had not been a single aoul in iti all day longbut MJSv Mayberry herself and Char who worked for It was almost noon now and the two of them stoocl at the wide rain lotte Chatterton her pitched voice And isnt it funny the way men always start wearing their new straw hats on Decoration Day and atop wearing them on Labor Day Mrs Mayberry said nothing Noth ing at all But that did not seem to worry Charlotte Chatterton She turned around to the window once more and went on talking just as if she had been answered The flower shop seems to be do ing a LOT of business today she said Just look Mrs Mayberry there goes their wagon again Thats the third trip theyve made this morning On the other side of the street smart little delivery automobile with the words TALLMAN THF FLORIST painted upon it in golti letters wrts starting away from the NO 240 PRESENTS PARK Scores Buried in Collapse of Buildings BRAVE HOT WEATHER TO REFRAME TARIFF BILL Sunday has always been the day for women to wear their new summer hats the windows ushcg flllcr uuuu iii LUC vviuc Ltilll Tprrpi splashed show window watchingthe h n it J passersby who went flonli jJShts twinkled in the shop with their heads dW tho l a7ld tnl1 wnit highwlnd against me lilies and potted rose bush We surely are out of luck today areat vwe Mrs Mayberry Char lotte Cfcattertori asked turning her street for amo at thedozena and lOf gay new Easter hats jwrched everywhere in the brightly lighted mirror lined show room behind her You just cant imagine any woman beingsilly enough to want to buy a spring hat inweather like this can you It makes me just sick to think how weve slaved for weeka to get all these hats ready for today and then to have it pour down like this Its cola as Greenland outside too isnt MrsMayberry did not answer I wonder why Easter Sunc Its too bad people cant order their Easter hats from us by tele phone the way they can phone for their Easter flowers the girl wenl on her eyebrows drawn together In a little frown Vlsnt it a sharnt that they cant Mrs Mayberry There was not a sound from Mrs Mayberry whose eyes were dreamlh following the florists little automo bile down the street Its a shame isnlt it Mrs Mav berry Still there was no answer Mrs Mayberry youre not lis tening to me Mrs Mayberry came out of her dreary day dream then She laughed Good heavens Chatty if I lis tened to you every time you opcne1 your mouth she said my eai the girl went on in her sweet high TURN TO PAG1S 7 COLUMN Soviet Would Meditate Seizure of Railroad China Given 3 Days to Make Iowa Woman Wins In S Dak DELL RAPIDS SDak July 15 womens tennis champion ahip of South Dakota was won by Miss Dorothy Martin of LenTara Iowa Miss Martin and Lola Braake cfMDell Rapids won the doubles it was announced today IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy Monday night probable Jn cast por ttDn warmer in northeast por tion Tuesday partly nntt warmer LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period endingat 8 ociojk e ro Monday Warmest Sunday Coolest In Night M Monday Rainfall 59 61 11 JL Figures for like period ending at 3 oclock a m Sunday Warmest SntnrtlAj Coolest in Night Rainfall 69 Algqna in celebrating its seventy fifth anniversary is being visited with the same type of weatherthat came to Mason City last year on a similar occasion There was inter mittent rain Sunday and Monday morning the prospects were ay thing but bright But it will be re membered the weather man smiled on Mason City on the big parade day Perhaps he will do as much for Algona Tuesday Reply to Offer BULLETIN TOKYO July In dispatches to the Japanese news ngency Rengo states that reports have been received of a demonstration in Vladivostok against the Chinese consulate there juroscow juiy 15 CM nese government presumably has today and tomorrow to comply with Russian demands for settle ment within three days of the crisis presented by Chinese seizure of the Chinese Eastern railway If the demands are not met an ultimatum delivered to the Chinese charge daffaires Saturday night said the soviet union will be com pelled to resort to other means in the U S S R legal defense of rights Moscows ultimatum was written Saturday and Saturday night signed by L M Karakhan vice commisar for foreign affairs and former ambassador toChina It was placed in the hands of M Liao S K Liao the Nanking governments charge Wants Settlement After warning vaguely or retribu tive measures if China does not ac quiesce in Its terms the ultimatum continued with an offer of the olive branch saying that notwithstanding violent and provocative actions of the Chinese authorities Russia once more expresses ita willingness to enter negotiations with China re garding all questions connected with the Chinese Eastern railway The ultimatum then said such ne J f fmilncf commltteB Is bravingthe hot summer In AVnshlngton revising house n i lyhen thc Scnlte reconVenes summer recess rift to right nround the table Hiram Bniglmm Connecticut Charles S Deneen Illinois Frank L Greene Vermont CouMns Michigan Frederick M Sackctt Kentucky Samuel M CalifornKlAvTd Reed ivnnsylvunla Tames 13 Watson Indiana Chairman Reed Sraoot Utahr E ilci North Carolina Pat Harrison Mississippi William H King Utah Walter F George GeorgiaDivkl 1 Wall Massachusetts A W BarUlry Kentucky Elmer Thomas OUIahomn and Tom CoSy Tovs Bury Polish Flyer on Island A Editor Dies Suddenly BELMOND July A Rankins editor and pub lisher of the Belmond Independent died suddenly nfter an illness of about a week at his home shortly after noon to day Doctors pronounced his death due to a diabetic condition The immediate relatives surviv ing1 Mr Rankins are his wife his father and mother Mr and Mrs Theodore Rankins Belmond two sisters Mrs W Leonard Swaledalc and Mrs W H Cassels Tagus N Dak and one brother D L Rankins Belmond Funeral arrangements have not been made Mr Rankins was 3G years old He had suffered from a sort of paralysis 25 years ago which left his legs and one arm nearly useless He estab RA UANKINS lishcd the Independent in 191 and about fotir years ago moved the plant a new building gotiations would be poiib Icon y in the event of release of S l ONE KILLED IN HEAVY STORM Cloudburst Washes Out I 000 Feet of Track in Nebraska OMAHA July 35 niMi was found dead today and another was suffering from injuries ns llir result of a cloudburst which washed out 1000 feet of railroad track nenr Tekamah Nebr Carl Henkle of Sioux City brake man was drowned after the tive find tender of a Minneapolis and Omaha freight train left ihe tracks and was wrecked four miles west of Tekamah early Sunday Henkle waa pinned face downward n the flood waters by the hand rail of the tender Frank Kentof Omaha engineer vas cut in the face by glass frjm he cab window and Will Demon of 3ioux City fireman escaped injury by staying with the engine The water was knee deep on rev eral streets Five of 12 bridges in and near TckamaU were washed I out Basements of homes and biisi ness houses were flooded by the lownprmr A HO minute rain in Omaha Son day night flooded the basements of nany residences and business louses when storm sewers failed to unction The downpour climaveJ a lay of oppressive heat and suHn Couple Near Death After Bus Accident FLAME VICTIM Wall of Wind Forces French to Return to Le Bourget Field BULLETIN LTBSON Portugal July 15 officially ronflrnicd niessago from Horfu published in this mornings press states that Muj Ludwik Iilrihovski ivas buried yesterday ivilli all honors nt 8 oclock iti the iCtir nnon in tliR Orucinsn renifltory Tho population of the island at tended the funeral NEWYORK July 10 Po lish committee in New York to day received a message from Maj Casimir Kubala at Santa Cruz if land of Graciosa suiting that his companion Maj Ludwilc Idzilcows ki was still alive but so severely burned that no hope was held for signed by Major him The message 13 jj JL Kubala and sent from Santa Crux chief city of Graciosa was timed a oclock this morning Green T T i A wich time or IMS Driver Under Arrest stapdard time formed the committee that both h and companion hncl been rescued e Marshal of two ribs were removed in order to be circumscribed The abscess is one and onehalf inches across and should be directly drained and treat MARSHALLTOWN July 15 An Illinois couple is near death in a locnl hospital and G V Sydow of i from their airplane Omaha driver of a cross country I Pilsiidski in flames bus will face charges i Ly following it iicuunn uurneu i collision of a bus driven by him and Previous advices received at Hoi i Tnc kinSr apparently was well pre an automobile Mr and Mrs VV H tsi from Graciosa have stated that for what had been indicated Dodson of Oak Park m are criticMaior Idzikowski was dead and had j wnfi ri minor operation Reports ally Injured i already been buried Communication t flom the where he passed Uviih fvn 1 last night restfully were that he iimna anver 01 a cross country I Pilsiidski in flames should be directly drained and treat ills will face charges of reckless Major Idzikowski had both fepl edThe Condition of his majesty is Iriving today following a heacion burneci satisfactory OlllSlOn Of a fat IK riPlvnn Vi Kim nnfl 1 Thn Irin tv n tmrt li LITTLE CHANCE FOR VICTIMS TO ESCAPE DEATH Alabama Store Workers Caught by Falling Timbers July 15 P m score persons were believed buried under debris of two large Montgomery mercantile houses which collapsed suddenly and without warning shortly after noon today Every available physi cian and the entire forces of the city fire and police department were rushed to the scene to aid in rescue work Witnesses of the cavein expressed the belief that not a single occupant of the Pizitz Dry Goods store the first building to collapse escaped Hope was held that a few of the employes of the Bullock Shoe store next door had time to gain the street street before the falling tim bers caught them It could not be readily ascertained how many per sons were employed by the stores altho the majority of them were be lieved to be young women Onlookers expressed the belief that excavations being made for a new store next door to the dry goods establishment caused the col lapse of the buildings but firemen and city authorities refused to be quotedVuntil a thoro investigation could be made Seven ambulances were at the scene but 45 minutes after the col lapse rescuers had made little head way in removing the aebris Police threw up a human barrier arounJ DIRECTS JUBILEE Al Fnikenhalncr is clmtrmnn of general committee In charge of tho Algonn Diamond Jubilee being held in celebration of the first settlement in Kos Ruth county In 1851 DEDICATION 2ND DAY FEATURE OF JUBILEE EVENT Celebration Opens With Lodge and School Othor Algoha Jubileestories aw on pages 10 ami 18 ALGONA July is tha second dny in Algonas throeday Diamond Jubilee celebration The feature of the days program waa the dedication of the Ambrose A Call state park south of Algona1 With his brother Asa C Call Am brose founded Algonn in 1854 The days celebration began wlth a high school reunion and alumni breakfast at the Bryant building this morning All lodges and or ganizations in tlie city were also holding open house this morning The Fort Dodge Boy Scout drum corps waa to arrive in Algonn today to head tlie Boy Scout section the agricultural and historical par ncie Tuesday afternoon at 1 oclock The dedication exercises began at the park at oclock this after noon T P Harrington Algona law yer presiding The services began with a concert by the Algona mili BOARD HEARS HOOVEREXPLAIN FARM AID PLAN the buildings to hold back the noon tiay moh that sought to congregate around the structures KING UNDERGOES OPERATION AGAIN Doctors Drain Small Abscess in Right Chest of British Monarch LONDON July 15 King George was operated on successful ly before noon torlny for dnUange of a small abscess remaining in his right chest Seven doctors came to Bucking ham palace for the operation and the Prince of Wales drove over from York house presumably to be at the bedside of his father in the event of emergency After the operation ioctors a rn central issued the following bulletin An operation has been performed In his message Major Kubala in on hls the king Portions A South American journalist Americans arent wanted down there But a lot of them down thcr are wanted back Tonncssoeun with the Island of Graciosa is cx TLKK TO PAGE n COLUMN 3 arrested citizens of the soviet re publics and cancellation of all il legal orders by the Chinese authori ties The soviety government proposed First to call a coference immediate ly fo all questions connect i TURN TO PAGE 9 COLUMN 8 in temperature A Kansas newspaper says it you put a pinch of pepper on straw berries it will keep you from having hives And if you put two or three pinches of pepper on them it will keep you from having strawberries JxmUvlllo Times j Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Cal July was nice about prii Butlfir He has served in Cuba France Ph i 1 ad elphia and China The only war he imd missed is in Chicago He has now more med als than any American out or lolm nilip Soitsn u s s i a a n J are the de rviit nvucna for a wftr According to the communist all are equal so they will all be generals Yours WTLL ROGERS IOWA WEEKEND WAS WET ONE i LIII in tjr WKIU t 11 ill IIU was in his usual good spirits today I oN particular concern was felt i when the official bulletin was put j out just after noon relating the ne cessity of removing portions of two ribs in order to obtain quick direct draining of the abscess Demands Revocation Marshalltown With 232 1 of Detzer Passport Rainfall Had Heaviest Precipitation DER MOINES July 15 Iowa lay saturated today prepared to withstand scorching hot days of July should the weatherman send hem Every portion of the state re Wheat Surplus Situa tion First rSy RICHARD L TURNER Associated lrress Stuff Writer VX7ASHINGGTON July Jf President Hoover in addressing his newly organized farm board to day declared Your fundamental purpose must be to determine tho Tacts and to find solution to a mul titude of agricultural problems among them to more nearly adjust production to needs Outlining the scope of I ho farm1 problem the president said he real izetl and he hoped the farmers real tary band followed bv a prayer by ized that all this cannot be the Rev C H Seward plished by a magic wand or in over POOL NOT READY ALGONA July wag announced at Anniversary headquarters early Monday morning that owing to the open ditches which still remain about the new swimming pool It was i regarded as dangorotio to liold the dedicatory1 exercises there Tuesday afternoon as origrinally planned Instead it was planned to stage a ball game between the Whitte more team and the Titonka nine on the grounds south of the swimming pool In addition and at the same time band concerts would be given by the Mason City band at the court house square and by the Clear Lake band on State street while Ihe Odd Fellows Home band of Ma son City would play af the ball game nncl the corps would perform north of the court house square The dedication of the swim ming pool would it was decided necessarily have to be postponed until a later date which has not yet been determined Spcalts fin Conservation State Senator George W Patter son of Burt then npoke on state conservation and Congressman L J Dickinson on national conservation Gardner Cowles Jr of Des Moines then presented the park to the state hoard of conservation rep resenting his mother Florence Call CowlcH daughter of Ambrose A Call and chief donor of the park W K G Saundcrs of Emmets burp chairman of the state board of conservation accepted and the dedicatory address was made by E M Smith secretary of stateS Troop E of the U 55 Cavalry raised the flag for the first tlma The eight of the nine members of I over the park This troop tinder Ihe board who have thus fnr heenjCapt M S Williamson was from chosen by the president assembled Kort Des Alrjines and is brot hera in response to Mr Hoovers call at thru the efforts of Congressman L night action Hoover addressed his brief state ment to the farm board as it con vened for the first time in an ef fort to solve the farm probjem which has held the attention of con gress for a period of years Building fnr Fufurc If we are to succeed it will he by strengthening the foundations and the initiative which wo nlrcndv have in farm organizations he building steadily upon the constant thot that we nre building nnt for the present only but for next year and the next ticcncie and them with the while house executive office cnrly today After posing for pic tures nn the white hnuse grounds the group returned to he cabinet room where Hoover delivered his charge to it Wheat Situation First WASHINGTON Jujy ti Pi Facing a seiions wheat marketing situation as the first test of their TURN TO IAGR 9 COLUMN 1 J Dickinson Sing National Anthem The audience then sang the Spangled Banner followed by an TURN TO n COLUMN I WASHINGTON July 35 Revocation of the passport grnntci Dorothy Detzer secretary of the Womens Internationa League for Peace and Freedom is sought by of the Daughters Engine and SeVCD of Revolution rm hie rtnn I HflI 1 1 2 METfllE TRAIN WRECK Revolution acting on his own be1 half in Ihe absence of his clients ceivdd substantial showers over the weekend numerous points reportofficials fom Washington ing more than 2 inches for the 48 IssUlnce of he passport afte hours ending today i1M Detzer had been allowed to contends in a letter to Secretary 212 Moines 218 and Davenport Other points reported well over an inch Keokuk J9S Iowa Falls Cedar Rapids Creiton 323 Albia 101 Inwood 179 nnd Cnr i Do you think the candidate put wo part of the state is suffering i enough fire into his speech from lack of rnin nt present1 Oh yes The trouble was he Charles Reed meteorologist here rlldnt put enough of hia speech in Bald i the fire r Stimson was an almost open de fiance of Ihe supreme court deci sion refusing to grant naturaliza tion to RosikaSchwimmer Milwaukee Derailed in Wisconsin j MILWAUKEE Tilly 15 men were killed when seven cars j and the engine of a Chicago Mil waukec St Paul and Pacific train was derailed east of Tomnh early today The train carrier no passencrrrs j railroad officials said It was iai e 1 up of cars cominp to Milwaukee from the Pacific coast Those killed are Fireman Ben SchuIU nnO i Brakcman Ren Clark Thr engine tipped over Wrcokurs wern dispatched from Milwaukee and La Cros t AUNT HET By Robert Quillen We cant hardly live at Home since I put out poison for rats but I didnt know no other way to remind Pas sister sht had stayer Ion enough   

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