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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1929, Mason City, Iowa jY NorthIowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED HOM E EDITION WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA 171929 UNWED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 242 EMBASSY IS ATTACKED IWIPRSHAMS DRAWS VARIED REPLIES Drys Pro fess to Be Pleased With Statement ASHINGTON July 17 3ip ponents of both tho wet and the y viewpoints have found some Ing to their liking in the sugges bearing on prohibition con letter of George W chairman of President enforcement commis to tlle governors con irehce at New London Conn Comment was withheld in some pending a clearer interpre iaa of his remarks onthe aub tJAmong the dry spokesman who pom5eHt the suggestion that ilfition enforcement responsibil y bVylwided between the state and deral governments received the emphasis while the wets jparenffijrtwere more impressed by s about the possibility of OdificatloP The sentence in bis letter which us proved least partially pleas to both croups read Slight So Modified If the national government were attend to preventing importa pn manufacture ancl shipment in onmipjerce of Intoxicants m states undertaking internal po t regulations to prevent sale sa ins speakeasses and so forth the rional and state laws might be f o as to become reasonably iftbi end ne great source of linnj contained d sentences in en tiie states brot prompt press Ions of approval from As itant Secretary Lowman of the Carnival Upletes Diamond Jubilee at Algona J and Commissioner Doran IKN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 3 GENERAL STRIKE MAY BE ASKED sion Thursday to Consider Calling Out Orleans Labor YORK July 17 l street aervice promised end of tne week organized ktoday sought to feel the pub nifubefore all allied l unions sympathy with striking BERBER CRASH VICTIM IfflTlWR Doctors Hopeful Noted Socialist May Sur vive Injuries MILWAUKEE Wis July IT fT 1V1 briefly from the coma in which he has lain since he was struck by a street car last night Victor L Berger national socialist leader and former con gressman early today gave physi cians hope that he might recover despite his critical injuries The physicians said that Bergers 69 years and his rather weak consti tution would add to the strain of the skull fracture coupled with internal time two weeks dur J9 executive committee of met last lass IIIAL tkThuridialgtit to consider the call of Ieneral sympathetic strike chairman of the com purpose of the hg wasto place before the labors viewpoint on tle Set car strike situation The union chiefs a week ago Called off a similar meeting in the i that the citizens advisory cnm Enittee appointed by the mayor in bringing about over a work between New Orleans Inc and the car unlon that wouldend the rlkc AUNTHET By Robert Quillen The undertaker keeps iggin at Jim to pay for his funeral but he aint rejrular antj Jt costs lot to court that Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July The papers all have the story about some bird down in Africa that dlga a hale in the river bank fills it with fruit then lets the thing set till it3 about p r I me then t h i birds make The only thingsthat I will make peo iple doubt the I story is that it i n s io ii Bishop Cannons men down there finding out the wet birds from the dry so they could protect the democratic party The newfarm board met yes terday and they hadnt been or ganized long enough to make their first blunder till wheat went up 20 cents Two more meetings anri the farmer will he prominent enough for a merger Yours WILL ROGERS injuries and se vere lacerations and bruises The former congress man was in a state of coma virtually al night Confused in Traffic Berger was nit by a street car while he was walking from the office of his newspaper the Leader to ms ANGERS CLOWN BAMD BLACK CROWS FEATURE I Pageant Repeated Under Glare of Powerful Searchlights i ALGONA July sev anniversary celebra tion came to a glorious conclusion last night with a great street car Inival pavement dance and enter tainment features which included a repetition of the brilliant parade of floats under the glare of search lights drill operations and music by the championship Fort Dodge drum bugle nnd fife corps harmony and comedy selections by the Ruuty Hinge quartet of Mason City antics by a clown band and numbers by Algonas Six black crows escaped from Uncle Toms Cabito The weatherman smiled down on the events just as he has thruout the threeday celebration save Ihe first day The crowd even tho somewhat smaller than that of the afternoon still had the distinction of being larger than any assem blage ever attracted to Algona in its 75 years of municipal existence Algona today is looking tmclc on what will go downin history as its outstanding community endeavor a project which has developed a Kos auth county consciousness to lost Quartet Opem Program Tuesday evenings festivities opened on the platform in the court house square with a group of songs by the Rusty Hinge quartet made up of Dr R F KunzFrederick B Shaffer Earl Dean and W Earl Hall The special system of amplifi cation carried the music for blocks down the crowded Main street Soon the heralds of the historical pageant came into view and he floats representative of the histori cal epochs in the past of Kossuth county and Algona came past their beauty enhanced by the brilliant lights which played upon them In formation on the progress of the pageant was supplied to the crowd thru announcements from the am plification system directed toy Duane C Dewel who has played an important part in the threeday ju bilee The parade past attention turned to the famed Fort Dodge drum corps With Elliott Collson handling the drum majors stick this snappy outfit took its position in the block TUBN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 5 home yesterday evening Witnesses to the accident said that he appar ently became confused in the traf fic and after dodging several auto mobiles seemed not to see the on coming trolley Altho it was not moving at a great rate of speed it all parts of the United States the modification of the Volstead act and praised it as the biggest con structive step toward real temper ance from source TVRN TO PAGE 32 COtlIMSf I AUSTIN ROAD WORKER KILLED 10Ton Tractor Passes Over Body of Himmer Near Ottumwa onmiwA July 17 GUS Himmer 58 Austin Minn was Wiled early today near here when a 10 ton caterpillar tractor ran over iiim Hjmmer was a form setter for Ihe Larson Construction company which is paving road No 149 The body was nent to Austin The Parade That Made History at Algona c This Picture Taken by the Kirk Studio Mason City Was Rushed to Waterloo for Engraving Tuesday Night and Brot Back by Airpiane Wednesday Morning Those who think they have seen politicial pots boil in Iowa should get ready to enjoy the show when Iowa decfdes which two of her II congressmen can best be MEDICS OBSERVE SOCIETYS BIRTH Austin FlintCedar Valley Association Meets at Hampton HAMPTON July Austin FlintCedar Valley Medical society celebrated its fortieth anniversary at the annual meeting here Tuesday The sessions were held at Hotel Coonley in theball room commenc ing at 10 oclock in the morning with 100 physicians attending Many of them were accompanied Dy their wives The morning session opened with a talk on Cholecystoogastrostomy by Dr R H Crawford of Al An address by the presi dent Dr C H Graening Way erly followed and the eariy history Austin FlintCedar Valley Medical society was given by Dr J C Powers of Hampton Dr Pow ers told of the founding of the or ganization at a meeting held in the office of the late Dr J H Hutchins Dr Hutchins and six medical friends organized for an exchange of ideas and suggestions The charter members included Dr Hutchins Hampton Dr W A Rohlf Waverly Dr W B S Waterloo Dr G C Stockman son City Dr A J Hobson Hampj ton and Dr C H Tidd Geneva Of the charter members only two are Small and Rohlf Named for Dr Flint The organization was named after Dr Austin Flint one of the instruc NANKING REPLY SEEKS TO 0 K LINES SEIZURE Offer of Conference Is Contained in Note to Soviet BULLETIN HARBIN Manchuria July 17 Troop movements in SlherUi huve been an a somi wnrlllte scalo for same weolti according to reports reaching Hnrbln by neutral observers The Hussbins cancelled all loaves of absence in the mili tary district ol Siberia weeki ago and began to move soldiers townrrt various important stra tegic points along the Blanchur inn frontier Observers say tho RusslanB have been paying pnrticular at tention to tlin organization of Mongolians into regular troops under Russian officers MOSCOW July Moscow rang until an early hour today with popular protests and demon strations against the Chinese gov enment despite announcement of what was considered a conciliatory communique from the Nanking gov ernment Russians and Chinese expatriates stormed the Chinese embassy throwing eggs sticks and stones and smashing window panes War helmeted heavily armed regiments of secret police cavalry and in fantry were hard put to preserve ALGONAS BIG column ia moving up State street on the first part of Us 40 lilock line of march Tn the foreground is shown me of the several log huts that typified the life of the first settlers on the Kossuth county prairies 75 years ago The parade had 120 units and lasted more than an hour Additional Pictures on PURCR n nnd is LIQUOR RUNNER DIES IN CRASH Youth Pursued By Officers Attempted to Turn Car Back to Canada PLATTSBURGJf N T July IT attempt to smuggle liquor from Canada has taken the life of the second Plattsburgh youth within Board Will Go Easy on Releasing CoOp Loans a month Elijah E Belgarde 21 was killed yesterday when his automobile over turned while attempting to elude border patrolmen The patrolmen said they found 16 bags of ale in the machine The customs officers P H Colo man and F L coveney nald Bel garde loaded the ale at Toussaint Trombley on the Canadian side and was half a mile below the bonier when they sighted him They started in pursuit and Belgarde in an effort to halt the chase scattered roofing nails in the path of the government Several Requests on for Part of First 150 Million Dollars WASHINGTON July 17 Federal farm board announced to day that no loans would be made out of Its 150000000 fund available pendinga determination of policy in this on reaching machine Falling Mooers Folks three miles from the border be attemped to swinghis car around with the evident inten tion of heading back Into Canada The car overturned twice fractur ing Belgardes skull Arthur Gordon also of Pitts burgh was fatally shot June 15 after failing to heed a command by customs guards to halt Patrolman Coveney was with Patrolman Wcl don J Cheatham when the latter al legedly shot Gordon awaiting trial Cheatham is Small I v iLf 1 C 1 n Ma lOUthlul 3Olo tors In After a the New York university few years the society was Hurt in Plane Crash LE MARS July 17 Parkinson 20 made a solo airplane flight three weeks ago after two and a half hours training Yester day he lost control of his ship went into three spins and crashed in a Of the authorixed by congress for the use of the board was appropriated and there are indications that quite a number of requests are already on hand for portions of the money Announcement also was made by the board that when loans are made the board will deal only with officials of the cooperative market ing associations Hope to Cut Costs WASHINGTON July 17 duction of the marketing costs of agricultural products will be sought by the federal farm board as a meana of boosting the farmers re turns without adding a correspond ing increase to the consumers ex penses To accomplish this objective the board hag set itself to the task of organizing the farmers marketing facilities on a gigantic national scale working all the time witb and thru established groups of farmers who are organized or who may be organized on a basis of spe cific farm commodities Declaration of this policy was givenin a statement by the board with an announcement that tne members would go to Baton Rouge La July 29 to attend the meeting of the American Institute of CoOp eration duringwhich they expect to confer with national leaders in co operative marketing DECEMBER WHEAT SPURRED BY HOT SPELL HITS CHICAGO July 17 ber wheat reached 5150 a bushel to day on a buoyant market as fresh news of hot weather in Canada aroused alarm for the spring wheat crop Buying set In heavily at the opening and by 10 a m wheat was 2 to 3 cents higher than yes terdays close with July contracts selling at Jl38 and September at Herman N Bundesen said REFRIGERATOR GAS KILLS TRIO Family Wiped Out in Chi cago By Fumes From Ice Box CHICAGO July 17 gas escaping from a mechanical re frigerating system yesterday was blamed by health authorities for the deaths of three persons found as phyxiated In their apartment The condition of the bodies and a leak in the buildings refrigerating sys tem indicated that methyl chloride gas used as a refrigerant was re sponsible for the deaths Corner stration which Increased In sity as caused n pivhc amongthe staff of 20 or mbra who huddled together in one of the rooms in suspense Sfa Wen Sun the Chinese diplo matic representative told the cor respondent he had not left the em bassy for two days and had not slept for two nights cablingmes sage after message with the hope ol some word which would relieve their suspense The Tass agency official Russian newa source issued the following Friends of peace breathed freer when the Chinese diplomatic repre sentative here nubmited to the for eign office a conciliatory com munique from Nanking saying A I tho the entire cable contain ing the Soviet protest demanding a reply by a given date has not been received Its main idea Is al ready understood Our government ordinarily maintains peaceful rela tions with the soviet union and al tbo the Harbin incidents necessi tated taking measures regarding tha Chinese Eastern railway these can not affect existing relations between the two countries Ambassador dm Zao Yang soon will return to his post but if the soviet government has the opinion of the subject it may be de liberated by both alrfcs In ovir opin TURN TO PAGE Z COLUMN 5 The Liverpool market whose weakness had been a deterrent to trading here yesterday was on the upgrade today nnd this gave an added Impetus to buying in the Chi cago pit TUBN TO PAGE 13 COLUMN 8j bruises wheat field from an 1800 foot alti low writes a song like Fa Down He received a broken leg and and Go Boom and nothing is done J about Courier WOMAN BANDIT IS SENTENCED Man Companion Will Plead Guilty to Robbery Charge Too TOPEKA Kan July 17 Pi Mrs Vivian Scraper Topekas 25 year old woman bandit was sen tenced to the womens industrial farm ni Lansing for an indefinite term upon her plea of guilty toj highway robbery yesterday in con nection with the Security Benefit association payroll holdirj here June 28 Tne county attorneys office tn We send a person to jail fortnounced that Cecil Strait 24 her confC3SCd je helped inchin a loaf or bread yet a fel Those asphyxiated were Joseph Painter 32 his wife Mary 21 and their infant son Joseph Jr The parents were found dead in bed and the baby in its crib Coroner Bundesen ordered imme diate suspension of operation of all mechanical refrigerating systems using methyl chloride gas and de clared he would seek a special ses sion of the city council to legalize the edict Officials eat mated that approximately 75000 Installations with perhaps 500000 individual units would be put out of operation bythe order The position of the bodies indi cated that Mrs Painter perhaps feeling faint and realizing the im pending danger had tried to rise from the bed but was overcome The gas except In a large quantity Is almost odorless officials said and the family probably was feeling ill upon retiring ID W Kritzer vice president of Ihe company which manufactured the refrigerating system used in the building hurried to the scene He agreed to help the coroner eliminate the of methyl chloride gaa Kritzer said that more than S80 000000 had been invested here in methyl chloride refrigerating sys Wea IOWA FORECAST Thundershiwers Wednesday afternoon or Wednesday night rooler in northwest portion Wednesday night Thursday generally fair cooler In east nnd south portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednesday Warmest Tuesday 85 Coolest In Night 63 At 8 A M Wednesday 71 Then if ever come perfect days should have been written about July ton Tuesday was one of thosp things Ask any resident of Kossuth county who had prayed for favor able weather ra the one thing needed to make Algonas jubileo event a success There was no rain nor was the sun so warm as to oppressive Wednesday started out with indications of being somewhat warmer and more sultry her plan the daylight robbery and tors financially unable to make the will plead Kullty to charge a robbery I change to another refrigerant proh ably would ba put out of business
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