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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY DAILY TIMES ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY O M E EDITION UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO nana aumjiaaaJSNiAlj SERVICE NO BRITAIN JOINS MOVE FOR PEACE 3 Convicts MACHINE GUNS RIFLES USED TO HOLD MEN BACK Troops Called Out to Help Quell Riot in N Prison njANNEMORA N Y July 22 UP two of them sentences were shot and JUUed duringa riot of 1300 Inmates of Clinton prison here today War den Harry M Kalaer said in a state ment issued after the revolt had been quelled and the prisoners had marched back to their cells early tljla afternoon A score of Inmates were in the prison hospital beingtreated for gunshot woundS inflicted by guards during the revolt The attempt to gain freedom oc curred about 8 a m The group of convicts workingin the carpenteri shop dropped their work hurled asjdetae guards and broke for the nearest prison wall stoppingonly long enough to fire the shop Guards Opened Fire Guards on the wall opened fire and at almost the same instant the prison sirenwailedout of an attempted prison break Ma chine gun and rifle fire from the watt turned back the prisoners who scale It by the in climbing on e PLANE CRASHED yr mjun ciBres rush Mur phy wa8struckonths head with a stone as the prisoners broke from the carpenter shop Bressette was in the yard when the disturbance broke out and was badly beaten be fore he escaped from the mob which surged around him with Shouts of kill him The rioters according to prison guards were all from the group in the carpenter shop where discon tent was said to havo been smoula ering for some time Several hun dred convicts in the south hall of the prison remained at work and did not attempt to join the riot U S Troops Arrive The tailor shop adjoining the carpenter phop caught fire from the spreading flames and prison of ficials were powerless to combat the blaze as the convicts held the pris on iard Many of them carried tools withthemwhich while ineffective against rifles at long range could prove deadly if officials had entered the yard Meanwhile the regular prison guards had been reinforced byevery available state trooper and customsi border patrolmen while two com panies oftho twentysixth United States Infantry arrived from Platls burgh barracks under command of Col John P Madden Associated Prfst Pfiott Capt Ross Hoyt TJ S army fiyer escaped injury when his plane crashed in British Colum bia Sunday during nn effort to establish a new flight record from New York to Nome Alns kn and return IOWA MAN IS ON DAN W TURNER JOINS RACE FOR HAMMILLS JOB Well Known Iowa Re publican is Former State Legislator pORNING July 22 Dan W Turner today announced his can didacy for the repultcan nomination for governor in the primary ucc tion next June His announcement says ho proposes an administration based on the experience gained in the more than 30 years he has de voted to farming and business His announcement follows thai of State Senator A H Bergman of Newton who made public his in tention last week to seek the guber natorial nomination Turner a SpanishAmerican war veteran represented the Adnms Taylor district ia the Iowa senate in the thirtieth thirtyfirst viiO thirtysecond general assemblies and was chairman of three republi can state conventions Turner was active in discussion in the republican national convention last year over a plank on agricul ture In the state convention he helped write a plan on the same subject Hfe announcement reads as fol lows T am a gpver 1300 Make BreaSTfoT Liberty Mexican Is Slain by Galesburg Policeman GALESBTJRG 111 July 22 A Mexican who ran amuck and threatened all comers with a butcher knife was shot and killed early today by Policeman Frank Jonas when the officers attempted to wrest the weapon from him after the Mexican attempted to wield it on him Papers found on the body indicated that the mans name was Guemecindo Ibarra AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen None o my family was feebleminded but Cousin Ben used to say he didnt believe preachers was any better than anybody else West Union Resident Is Accused of Killing FellowPrisoner Wis July 22 il Godfrey Kugle 60 Minneapolis was killed by Ralph Leroy Bver hnrt 35 of West Union Iowa his crell mate in the Madison jail Sun day according to Coroner W E Campbell Police said he will be charged with murder Kugler was arrested for drunk enness Saturday night and Everhart was picked up on the ground tha he was demented Both were placet in one cell marks of a violent as sault the older mans body was found tied with rope and strips ol blanket yesterday There were two skull fractures His chest was crushed and one lung wns punctured According to police there was nothing in the cell that Everhart might have used as a weapon They contend that he killed Kugle with his fists and by jumping on him A police lieutenant said he went thru the cell house at 2 a m yes terday and saw Kugle sitting unin jured pn his bunk at that time LINERBREAKS SPEED RECORD Plane Catapulted From Deck of Bremen as Ship Nears N Y Port BULLETIN NEW YORK July 22 The new German liner Bremen reached Ambrose Light ut entrance to Now York hnrbor at p m central standard time easily breaking the speed record for ocean crossings held by the Mnuretanln BULLETIN NEW YORK July 22 The seaplane New York carry ing a cargo of express mall landed In the hay at p m from the liner Bremen where It had been catapulted from the deck Manchurian War Lord Movey Troops to Border has troops to the frontier to Chinea dispute between China and Russia Picture shows some of Ham mill Is Marooned in Yfl ers ofour state As thepampaign progresses I make my posi tion clear 6h every issue before the peopfe if nominated and elected I shall do my best to give Iowa an ef ficient administration based on my 30 years of business ana farming NEW YORK July 22 liner Bremen newest and fastest today was near the ezid of the speediest transAtlantic voy age Messages from the ship to the of fices of the North German Lloyd line indicated a Sundays run of 705 miles one mile more than the worlds record she had established on Saturday Her speed at one time was 2825 knots an hour tho days TURN TO PAGE 13 COLUMN 4 FOUND IN GAS FILLED ROOM Former Thompson Man Dies at Home in Cedar Rapids THOMPSON July Hal vorson 43 was found dead at his home in Cedar Rapids in a room containing gas fumes about oclock last night according to a wire received here this morning by his mother Mrs Louis Halvorson Mr Halvorson who conducted a meat market in Cedar Rapids was born on a farm near here and at one time was in the meat business in Thompson He left here to go to Cedar Rapids about 12 years ago No coroners verdict as to the cause of his death has been re turned Besides his Wife and two children Mr Halvorson Is survived by his mother and a sister Mrs Ida Thor shelm Thompson and Sivcr H Belle Plaine Altho no funeral arrangement MOUNT N H July 22 Stories of hardship arid heroism were recounted today as several hundred persons includ ing Gov John Hammill of Iowa who assembled here Saturday to witness the final run Pepper sass up the mountain scattered to their homes sobered by the trag edy which claimed thelife of one man and brot destruction to the celebrated locomotive Daniel P Rosslter Arlington who was hurled off the en gine as it sped down the steep cog railway after a triumphant trip to the summit was killed The injured included Edward C Front who wan at tho throttle when Old Pepper sass first climbed the mountain back in 1869 and who was operating it for the last time his 16 year old son Caleb Swarapscott and W I Newpham Concord fire Winston H Pote Mass photographer They all leaped from the locomo tive an It careened dizzily down the steep trestle known as Jacobs Lad der after something had gons wrong The locomotive toppled from the rails and into the raving where it was blown into bits when the boil er exploded Many of those who had assent bled as guests of the state of New Hampshire and the Boston and Maine railroad to see Old Pepper sass rededlcated and make its final run after haying served as a mu have been made it is thot the body will be brot here to be placed in the cemetery where his father and a brother are buried amvcu ua tl ulu Brother seum pjcp0 sjnco 1893 were ma rooned for hours in the bitter cold on the peak Six other governors were in the party TD GAPT HOYTS PLANE WRECKED Pilot Uninjured When Army Ship Crashes on N Y Alaska Flight EDMONTON Albert July 22 Ross G Hoyts at empted flight from New York to fome Alaska and return has cnd 2d in a crash near Valemount B Z He was on his here from White Horse Yukon on the third teg of hishomeward trip yesterday The United States army flyer es caped injury but his Curtis Hawk pursuit jplane was wrecked Hoyt had been expectedto arrive back to Mitchcl Field N Y today If he maintained his pace He had battled wind and rain since Thurs day with practically no sleep and had covered nearly 6000 miles He left MItchel field at p m central standard time Thursday Bad weaker in Moorta forced him down He lost 12 bourn on the northward flight and tried to make up lost time A message sent from Fairbanks Alaska told of a tough TURN TO PAGE13 COLUMN 5 ROOFS ARE TO GUARD NEGRO Officers Fear Outbreak a Slayer Is Taken From Kilby Prison BIRMINGHAM Ala July 22 iff I and L of the Six teenth infantry Alabama nationa guard were being mobilized at the armory here to go to Montgomery tomorrow and accompany Lester Bouycr Negro slayer to Clayton where a grand jury is to investigate his case today A mobilization order was issued by Governor Bibb Graves at Mont gomery last night at the request ol Barbour county Eufaula authori ties who declared the presence of guardsmen would be necessary to preserve order when the Negro ar rived from Kilby prison at Mont gomery Bouyer is charged with the slay ng of Jack Hines mechanic and an assault upon Miss Beatrice Clark 18 his companion on an automobile FLIGHT MARK IS IN DANGER ride three weeks ago State officers said he confessed shortly after his arrest near Speigners Four California cities are among those having the highest suicide rste Florida papers please copy Aloft UntirTiiesaav to Break Record BULLETIN ST LOUIS July 22 The Missouri Koliln eccond of two sister endurance planes to go ntoft at LambertSt Louis field in nn attempt to set a now record for sustained flight landed at 75l u m nfter hav ing been In the tiir 117 hours 30 minutes A lenity oil line which they wern unable to re pair forced thefilers Joe Hnm mcr nnd W Gentry Shclton to bring the plane to earth BULLETIN SHREVKIORT Ln July 27 plane KWKII at7 u tn central timetoday had been In Ihe air hours Every thing Is o It Ann Lear Lcaiy nnrt William Currey Sanders pilots reported ST LOUIST July 22 ing to stay aloft until p m central standard time tomorrow to set a new record for refueling en durance flights Dale Red Taclcsnu and Forest OBrine inthnlr St Louis Robin were slowly circling over a St Louis airport today The sister ship the Missouri Robin starting 99 hours later also monotonously wheeled in the air under command of Joe Hammer nnd w Gentrv Shelton The nine days in the air found Jackson and OBrine optimistic in their notes Red being given Sun day off by his partner as the lat ter caught six hours sleep in one stretch Refueling contacts were be TURN TO PAGE 12 COL MAYlCREASE BORDER PATROL Officers Might Be Permitted to Shoot at Suspected Rum Runners EL PASO Tex July 22 Official recommendation for a larger border patrol nnd the lifting of regulations prohibiting federal officers from firing at suspected rum runners attempting to cross the border at night may result from the slaying Saturday of Ivan E Scotten border patrol inspector by rum runners Declaring it was almost murder to send Inspectors on patrol duty H C Horselcy chief of the border patrol indicated his report to the department of labor would contain such a request Scotten 26 a former Texas ath lotc wns shot when a band be lieved to he nun runners attacked a group of federal officers from ambush In a pitched battle one of he attackers was known to have been killed tho officers reported Des Moiiies DES BtdbfES July Frances Drake Iowa womans golf champion Clear Lake shot an 89 for 18hoIes to qualify in the womens golf tournament hero this afternoon She had a 48 nnd a 41 DBS MOINES July 22 Miss Lucille Robison DCS Moiuea city women golf champion way leading the field this noon with tue first few scores of the state wo mens golf tournament Tho local champ turmd in a card of 86 over the womens par 81 course Miss Elizabeth Curtis of Clinton runner up in the 1928 meet shot a D2 for temporary second place KnLe Coggeshall of Des Moines went around the course in 93 Scores of the qualifying round Mrs E Fowcett DCS Motnos 100 Mrs R G Riley Des Moines lOB IWrn M Brummqr Cherokeu 110 Mrs Ed Hunter DCS Moines 116 Mrs P Graves Des Moines 115 Miss J Jones DCS Moines 95 Mrs Barbyshlre Ottuimva 107 Miss D Graves OCR Moincs 111 Miss H BnUor Webster City 110 Misa MOlson Des Moines lOfl Mrs IV JoHeph Des Molncft Mrs JordanCoilnr Rapids 103 MTM Bcnrdslcy Cedar Rapids 00 Mrs Flnkblnc DCS Moincs 115 Miss M Rearick Prlmghar 103 Miss L Robinson Des Mblncs 8G Miss Elizabeth Curtis Clinton Miss Coggeshall DCS Moines 93 RATJFICATION UP TO SENATE French Chamber Votes by 300 to 292 to Pay Debt to U S PARIS July 22 I of Ihe debt accords particularly that with America today was in the hnndi of the French senate the chamber of deputies Sunday morn ing having given ita grudging ap proval The vote on that with the United States was 300 to 292 It was believed today and tomor row would be sufficient for consld oration of the bill and its probable accompanying resolution of reser vation In the calmer atmosphere of the upper house and that ratifica tion would follow without further difficulty for the government of Raymond Polncare premier The reservations resolution will not be transmitted from the cham ber to the senate hut It was re garded as likely the text adopted by the lower house would be taken up by the senators so that It would express not only the sentiments of Ihe chamber hut of parliament I Will Rogers SANTA MONICA July Sea where Mr Hoover has in vited Mr Coolldge down to Washington Thats what I would call the last word in hospi tality is to In vite somebody to Washington in July You watch Calvin get out of it They are going to sign the peace treaty They want to sign It on the same day that China declares war on Rus sla Best news in the papers WILL today was that Mr Henry Ford was going to raise his lowest wages from six to seven dollars a day And as soon as he get kinder on his feet and get out and sell a few cars ha wants to make It eight dollars Great man that fellow Yours WILL ROGERS OLDEST WOMAN OF KILLED BY AUTO Mrs Maty May 90 Is Struck on Way to Church OTACYVILLE July Mary Jfay SO Stacyvillcs oldest resi dent died at oclock yesterday afternoon at her home here oC in juries received when she was struck by an automobile on her way to church Mrs May was crossing Broad street In about the middle of the block on her way to Visitation church at 3 oclock when a car driven by William Wolf who was taking his wife and mother to the same church struck her He had not seen Mrs May step off the side walk he said Funeral services will he held Wed nesday morning at the Visitation church with the pastor the Rev John Herbers in charge Mrs May has no children living but Is survived by five grand children George and William Schu macher Louis May and Mrs Anton Hemann all of Stacyville and John May of Mason City CHINA CLAIM NEW ATTACK BY SOVIET TROOPS Russian Planes Hovering Over Town Frighten Populace BULLETIN SHANGHAI July 22 Japanese press dispatches from Nanking lato today said the tionnllst government had cldcd to appeal to the league of nations for settlement ot its controversy with soviet Riigsln growing out of ts seizure of the Chinese eastern railway In Manchuria The appeal In to be made Ma the event Russia takes a posl tlve action In connection witfi tho Cliinese Eastern railway tho dispatch said It was stated also the minis try of foreign affairs tele graphed Chinese ministers res ident In countries signatoryto the league of nations covenant instructing them to inform tho governments to which they aro accredited to Russias unlaw ful attitude WASHINGTON July 22 Great Britain now stands for mally ranged alongside the United States in the effort to prevent war in the controversy between China and Russia Sir Esme Howard the British ambassador has placed before g a note from The remainder of the hand escaped FOUR IOWANS DIE soclatfl Itself with actlon calling attention of1 the Chinese and Russian governments to their obligations under theKel logg antiwar treaty The note is In response to ths secretarys communication on the subject last week with the British French and Japanese ambassadors whose governments are bound un der tho four power panPacific treaty of 1821 to confer when peaca is threatened in the east Morally Obligated While the Kellogg treaty will not Become formally operative until the Japanese ratification is deposited lore Wednesday the United States ins taken the position that both Russia and China having adhered o Ihe pact and renounced war as a jational policy ara morally ob ligated to avoid war In the Man churian controversy That view is shared by Frank B Kellogg former secretary of stated who had a large part in the world wide negotiation of the treatyand has come back to Washington to take part in the ceremony which TURN TO PAGE IS COL 1 IOWA FORECAST By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Four lowans died Sunday and sevornl others were injured as a re sult of accidents in the state The dead are Arnold Sievcrt 39 Buckeye Marion Raciohl 19 Buckeye Walter Yoder 20 Kalona Saul Reed 38 Boonc Selvcrt nnd Radohl were kllteci in Buckeye when a Rock Island pass enger train crashed into fheir light coupe at 1 a m Sunday Slevert TUliN TO PAGE J2 COI 3 ns a whole and no trace of them has Did you know Towa manufactur Ing plants annually add R R Giese Lifelong Ackley Resident Dies ACKLEY July 22 R GiesE who had been 111 of dropsy for some I weeks past died at his homo in Ackley Sunday evening at oclock Mr Glese was horn June 4 1866 and has lived in and near Ackley all his life For many years he conducted a dray line and only recently owing to ill health turned over the work to his sons About 35 years ago he was mar ried to Margaret Kuhlmeyer who with the four sons Russell Fort Vernon and Frederick of Ackley two grandsons his motherMrsRmlUeGiese of Ack ley and a sister Mrs Anna JfeM of WntOrlbb survive Funeral arrangements are not complete Unsettled rncai thunder shoivnrs prohnnln In east and south portions Monday night nnd Tuesday and In northwest portion this afternoon or Mon day night Cooler Tuesday nn4 in northwest Monday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures tat 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Monday Warmest Sunday gg Coolest in Night 53 At 8 A JL Monday 14 Rainfall Figures for ime period ending R oclock a m Sunday Warmost Saturday Coolest in NJfjht GB At 8 A HI Sunday rt Rainfall oa from the weather mans stand point Iowa passed its heat peak Sunday Over the run of years rather than this year speci fically there Is an increasing hear up to July 20 Then the gradual dp crease from the sets in Often the hottest days of the year arq in August but the coolness of the nights is apt to offset this item when it comes to determining aver ages Do your Christmas shopping early ound Been to the value of the raw materials 1 Bishop Cannons rule seems to he j nntl In Virginia am In   

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