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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                PAPER for the AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV gTVB CBNT3 PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS IJBASED WIRK REPORT CITY TOW A WFnNPqnAV TTTTATrM innn J Ull Y IUWA WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1929 UNITED HOME EDITION NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL HERVUM 248 PROCLAIMS PEACE PACT ORDERS Record OF Work on Two Cruisers laririe Depot Suspended an WKPrltne Htn Ramsay an fcouncfcd In tbVhouse of commons to day the Britfsji government had de cided to suspend work on the cruis Northumberland to cancel the buildingof the submar ine depoLship Matdstone to cancel contracts for submarines and to slow down dockyard work and other naval construction said the British naval construction program of 182930 would further be considered before any more commitments are entered Into Is well known that in the midst of multifarious1 concern Wbichthe formation new gov ernmept entailed and tjie specially pressing and complicated nature o cur task MacDonaldJ said con versations havebeen actively car ried between ttie United States and ourselves for the purpose of theijvay for Sri nava mattera which hitherto have defied By happy coincidence our as sumption dt office corresponded In tlrne with the arrival in this coun tryof thrf newf American ambassa dor General DawesJwho came to thisv country charged by the presl States with a ground for Ufor re States r e wo fcov made a jtresh start lo thelrifsoluydn f upon the prin ciple pfparitjv We have agreedtbat withouhm anVway departing from thevcondltlonf of parity a measure of elasticity can be allowed so aa requirements of the CAPONESDOG Tte RAIDED Policemen Up Plant tte Injunction 24 The JEaramie racing track in Cicero often spoken of as fAl Capones doe track wasraided last night by 40 policemen from the states attor neys office despite an injunction track officials recently obtained to prevent lawless arrests Theraiders reached thetrack at end of the as the prices In the i certificate mutuels were They refused to let track officials pay off winners and smashed the doors of the of fices and ticket booths when they were refused admittance Immediately after the raid Attor ney Louis Jacobsen chief counsel for the trackread a notice to aH the raiders to appear today before Judge GFrid Rush to show cause why they should not cited for contempt of court for violating a temporary Injunction recently Js against lawless arrests by Judge Harry Fisher y Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal July Hoovers farmboard has already helped the farmer be yond all expecr tattons They have told eight million farm relief so cieties that In fest Washing ton that they didnt need t h e m and wouldnt d o anything thru I them Thats all I the aid the farmers h a a e v e r needed people who were making a liv ingoff of trying to relieve them China and Russia have gone to war but they dont want the news to get out They want to keep It quiet Tokio has given Bromley our flyer permission to land in Japan If he hadnt got It he would have to fly back to Tacoma near Mount Seattle Yours WILL ROGERS Been Up 272 Hours TWO BANKS IN I t OLD ENGINE WHICH EXPLODED ON MOUNTAIN I C VITDC ON WITH NEW GOAL IN VIEW H mwhchth 1cnrantlve overturned and exploded on the sloocs of f aCcWent tn6k Place oUmb tho mountain in 1869 was being rededlcated and used again owa wero nroodvfi among whom was Gov John HammiH of xovui nero marooned by the wreck Picture shows exercises at start of the trip Champion in ration Total Reaches Quarter Bil lion Mark Two important banking Institu tions inNorth Dakota nave been added to theNorthwest Bancorpor atibn raising the total resources of that institution to ths quarter bil lion mark It was announced by Col Hanford MacNider at the First Na tional bank Wednesday The two new banks are the First National bank of Minot N Dak the oldest and largest bank in northwest North Dakota and a merger of two institutions at Vallev CityNDak The Minot bank which occupies a strategic position in the develop ment of western North Dakota has more than 5400000 deposits The jnerged banks at Valley City are the American Exchange bank and the MIddlewest Trust company which were merged Tuesday as a new national bank This merger and he saleof the consolidated institu tion to the holding company are the results of several weeks negotia tion Resources of the Valley City itooaooa be more than Island Hi medalist second round match DES MOINES July 24 Miss Kate Coggeshall of Des Moines sprang a major upset to enter the quarter finals of the Iowa womens golf tournament at the Des Moines Country club course today by elim inating Mrs H C Good of Rock in a stirring The match ended when Miss Cog geshall won the sixteenth and sev enteenth holes after beingone down at the fifteenth The winner capital ized a break to win the sixteenth her approach hitting the rim and bouncing only a foot away from where she holed out easily Both played splendid golf Mrs Good scoring four birdies and MIsa Cog geshall three Went Out In 43 Mrs Good whose medal score was 84 would have bettered her score if the last unplayed hole had been made in par She went out In 43 against par 41 and would have made par 40 coming in Miss Cogge ihall took 44 going out and like have had par coming second round match went into extra holes Miss Velma SEEK JURORS AUNT HEX By RobertQuillen time o married Hfe comes after yougetused to your man complainin about soniethin an dont notice it no more URGE REVISION OF TAX LISTS Wisconsin Experts Aid Iowa Commission at Con ference MADISON WIs July 24 Revision of state tax legislation in order to bring goods stored in ware houses into the list of taxable prop erty was urged upon the Iowa tax reform seekers by the Wisconsin tax commission here yesterday Six members of the Iowa legis lative tax committee and Louis H Cook chairman of tho Iowa tax commission spent the day in confer ence with the Wisconsin body In an effort to find a suitable way to change the present Iowa system The present Iowa warehouse ex emption law permits chain stores and other foreign corporations to store goodsin these places and of dollars in taxes the Wisconsin members declared Robinson Family Is at Home in Hampton HAMPTON July manT J B Robinson Mrs Roo Inson and their daughter Dorotfcy Clinton are home from their stay in Washington The par ty enjoyed an extensive sightsee ing trip after leaving Washington visiting the New England states and of interest in the east wise would lome Only one Driffel Rock Island girl sinking a six foot put at the nineteenth to eliminate Mrs F C Byers of Cedar Rapids They were even at the ninth but Mrs Byers had gained a three hole lead at the fifteenth She got into trouble at the sixteenth however and conceded that hole and then proceeded to lose the next two the seventeenth to Miss Drif fels birdie 4 and the home hole toi a par five Althd she topped her drive for only 120 yards while Mrs Byer got a beautiful 230 yard clout Miss Driffel sent a beautifulmoshie on tc the green ror Tier nurd while Mrs Byers was just short of the carpet Mrs Byers fifth was only inches wide and Miss Driffel sent her fifth down for the most exciting win of the day Had Easy victory Defending her title Miss Frances Drake of Clear Lake took a rather easy four and three victory over Mrs Preston Daniels of Des Moines Miss Drake was one up at the ninth TURN TO MARKET PAGE OhjpPipfesipr Is Facing first Murder Charge CDLUMByS Ohio July A charge of firstdegree murder carrying apenalty of death Dr James H Shookdismissed Ohio State university professorIn common pleas court today for the confessed slaying of his coed par amour Theora Hlxsx weeksago Snooksattorneys said his efforts to escape conviction would be based on a plea of self defense and emo tional insanity The studious girl for whom Snook maintained an apartment was beaten into insensibility on a rifle range near Columbus In his confession the former professor said their struggle followed quarrel in which the girl opposed his leaving town with his wife and small daughter He said he then slit her throat to end her suffering as she lay uncon scious A special venire of 75 Including 10 women were under summons for the first hearing today County Pros ecutor John G Chester Jrindi cated that difficulty in obtaining the jury of 13 including nate was anticipated Good Announces Move to Follow Hoover Expense Cut Demand WASHINGTON July 24 Secretary Good announced today an effort would be made to expedite the study of military expenditures in an effort to apply any reduction which might be effected to the bud get to be transmitted to congress early In December The war depart ment head said the commission of general staff officers proposed by President Hoover to conduct the survey would be appointed within a few daya WOMAN HELD ON LIQUOR CHARGE Mrs Elizabeth Rogers Held by Sheriff Bond Not Posted Elizabeth Rogers Negress 616 South Adams avenue was arrested at her home Tuesday afternoon by county officials and held on charges of maintaining a liquor nuisance The action against Mrs Rogers re BelmondWill BELMOND July Belmond Is getting ready for its annual big American Legion celebration all day Thursday Already stands are being set up on Main street in anticipa tion of the celebration The Belmond band and the Amer ican Legion members made booster trips Monday and Tuesday nights to the surrounding towns They visited Goodel Garner Britt Kanawha and Clarion Monday night Tuesday night the legionnaires visited Me servey Alexander ond IDows Rowan Gait The days program will start at a m with a band concert on Main street The Belmond band will furnish the music for the day Will Drop Checks Checks to the total of will be dropper from the air for the chil dren The morningprogram Includes athletic contests for all who wish to enter and cash prizes are being of fered to the winners The athletic contests include bicycle races re and the elimination tugof war one between the farmers east of primary IS and the farmers west Df primary 15 and one between the town and the sugar factory A free aerial act will be staged morning afternoon and evening on Main street Chief Attractions The klttenball and baseball games will be the chief attractions In the Each Day in Air Worth Apiece to Aviators BULLETIN ST LOUIS July 24 Completing 273 hours of con tlnuous flyling nt p m C S T today Dale Red Jackson and Forest OBrlne new endurance flight chnni plons were still circling in their St Louis Rohln above Lambert St Louis field nith nn sign of weakening They had bettered the former endurance record by more than 25 hours ST LOUIS July 24 Red Jackson and Forest OBrlne pilots of the worlds en durance plane the St Louis Robin entered the realm of high finance as well as atmosphere yesterday nt p m central standard time It is worth exactly to each flyer to stay aloft for periods of 24 hours With the establishment of the new mark the offer of the CurtiBsRob ertson company sponsors of the flight of SlQQan hour went into effect Two St TLojilafirms each a dayarid the CHANCELLOR ILL Tho condition of Chancellor Hermann Mueller head of tho German cabinet IB regarded as cxtrqimely critical following an emergency operation on his gall bladder SOVIET CONSUL IN CONFERENCE OVER RAILWAY Meets Nanking Repre sentatives in Manchur ian Province afternoon will play a Belmond and Kanawha kittenball game for a duuiLiuntnc cnacibec of commerce is raising a Jackpot and knicknacks such as radiosand watches are W be given the airmen EleventhNight Aloft The flyers who spent their elev enth night in the air were looking forward to the end of the flight only when the new air cooled six cylinder radial CurtlssChallenger motor ran out Their first motor trouble came shortly before the An gclenos record of 246 hours 43 min utes and 32 seconds were equated when oil sprayed over the cabin Windows However in later notes no mention was made of the trouble and the pair who refueled the piano with 115 gallons of gas last night said there was no appearance of oil on the windows Since flying over the downtown district shortly before the record was equaled yesterday the St Louis Rohm stayed above LambertSt Louisfield on orders of Major Al bert Bond Lambert official ob server and Major WilUamB Rob ertson of the CurtlssRobertson company A din of whistles sirens and bombs accompanied by showers of paper gave warning In the busi ness section of the new world rec ord It was such acclaim as greeted Colonel Lindbergh on his return from Spirit of St Louis from New York to Paris Celebration Continues The celebration continued last night with a half hour fireworks display at LambertSt Louis fielrt Jackson and OBrine took part in the affair with flares Jackson received orders from Mrs served suited on her return ito the citj when a bench warrant was County attorneys information charging the maintainance of a li quor nuisance was filed Sept 15 by Roe Thompson but the warrant was not served until Tuesday because of Mrs Rogers absence from the city L R Boomhower has been re tained by Mrs Rogers as attorney Her bond was set at J2000which had not been furnished at a late hour Tuesday She Is being held in the county jail The arrest was made by Ralph Schiffman and Mrs Elsie Ramsey deputy sheriffs MacDonald to Visit LI S During October LONDON July 24 lamsay IfacDonald announced in the House of Commons this after noon that he would probably visit the United States in October m r ITn h ffame ror a Jackson received orders from Mrs purse to be given to a winner A Jackson yesterday to learn to play fast baseball game will be played J y between Clarion and the Bayside TURN TO IAGK 9 COLUMN 2 Cubs at on the Belmond dia mond In the evening the Mason City drum and bugle corps will give that drill and the Belmond band will give another concert The Gifford Carnival company inclosed cabin planes a dance al the Belmond opera house and many other attractions will be staged dur ing the day Congressman Steele of Georgia Succumbs Following Operation WASHINGTON July 24 Representative Leslie J Steele of Georgia died early today In a hos pital where he underwent an oper ation Monday The representative whose home was Decatur GaJ was 60 years old He entered the hospital a week ago for preliminary treatment for gall stones Blood transfusions were necessary during the operation which required several hours but hope for his recovery talned death almost to the time main of his RETUKNS TO CIIICAUO SUM Pntricin Vn who has been vMlting nt tho T Blank homo the pant week has timed to Chicago R RITTER DENIES LIQUOR CHARGE Manly Pool Hall Owner Held to Grand Jury Under Bond MANLY July Ritler poolhall owner here today fur nished bond of to appear be fore the grand Jury at the Septem ber term of court on a charge of il legal possession of intoxicating liquor He pleaded not guilty before May or H H Schulte following a raid on his poolhall last night by Mitchell county Sheriff A L Hungerford Qsage and two deputies acting in the absence of A E Weleneth Northwood sheriff of Worth coun ty who Is on his vacation Nothing was found In the pool hall but In an adjoining room used for living quarters by Rltter a small quantity of alleged liquor was discovered muu auu Russian were endeavoring to get together at Changchun In an effort to ar range a peaceful settlement of the Chinese Eastern railway controver Dlspatchcs from Changchun to the Japanese news agency Rengo said that M Melnikov Russian consul general had arrived there unexpectedly from Harbin this morning He was accompanied by the Chinese commissioner for for eign affairs in Harbin The consul general met Chang TsoHslang head of the Kirin provincial government and chief lieutenant of Chang HsuehLiang governor of Manchuria The confer ence was regarded as a significant approach to direct RussoChlnese contact by which a peaceful settle ment might be arranged The Japanese war office has in structed the commander of the Jap anese garrison In Manchuria to per mit the transport of unarmed Chin ese troops and military supplies along the south Manchuria railway TURN TO PAGK COLUMN 1 BROpARffO PROBEREPORT Oil Firm Receivership Dis closures Will Shock Standpatters WASHINGTON July 24 Senator Smith W Brookhart today had in his possession evidence which he was told by Fred W Strang oil operator of Fort Worth Texas would If gone into thoroly almost force an expose requiring months fo investigate completely While both refused to discuss the nature of the evidence Strang said some of the disclosures affecting the Independent Ol company re ceivership will shock the most solid standpatters Senator Brookhart is chairman of the senate committee which rtcent ly investigated charges of republi can patronage in Texas The evidence more than 600 pages of copies of court records af fidavits and photostatic copies of letters written on Texas state sta tionery was presented by Strang yesterday to Brookhart on the lat ters return from a vacation trip In the west The papers according to Strang pertain to alleged cor ruption in connection with the Texas State university land oil and royal ty leases and to state and federal transactions MOVE AGAINST WAR FORMALLY PUT INTO FORCE President Lauds Actions of Nations in Sup porting Plan BULLETIN WASHINGTON juiy Its own terms the Kel loggBrlano1 treaty for renun ciation of war as an instrument of national policy beoamo effec tlvo at noon today with the de posit by Japan at tho state de partment of Its formal instru ment of adherence WASHINGTON July 2i tffi President Hoover today pro claimed effective the Kellogg treaty for the renunciation of war and con gratulated tho entire world upon this additional instrument of hu mane endeavor for the sake of peace Ceremonies of Imposing simplicity attended the promulgation of tha pact Gathered in the historic east room of the white house were for mer President Coolidge former Secretary of State Frank B KellogK and the diplomatic representatives of all but two the nations that have become parties to the treaty Delivering a short address Hoover asked the diplomats to con vey to their governments the ap preciation of the United States that cordial collaboration an act so auspicious for the future happmesa of mankind had been brotto 1 Law will seem sacred to every aody whenever the bleachers think the man Is out just because the urtip says hes Ont Recorder Bricelyn Harvest to Be Delayed by Heavy Rains BRICELYN Minn July There is a good deal of water stand Ing In low fields and ditches as tho result of the heavy rains yesterday Harvesting will be delayed arid some grain lies badly flattened 1928 as of dis ouaslons Between our secretary of the United States and the minister of foreign affairs of France tho president directed Secretary Kellogr to propose to the nations of tha world that they should enter Into an agreement oa follows Article The high contracting parties solemnly declare In the their respective peoples that they condemn recourse to war ror the solution of International con troversles and renounce it as an in strument of national policy in their relations with one another Article The high contract ing parties agree that the settle ment or solution of all disputes or conflicts of whatever nature or of whatever origin they may be which may arise among them shall never be cought except by pacific means Proposal to Conscience That was a proposal to the con science and idealism of civilized na tions It suggested a new step In international law rich with mean ing pregnant with new ideas in tho conduct of world relations It rep resented a platform from which there is Instant appeal to the public opinion of the world as to specific acts and deeds The magnificent response of ths world to these proposals is well in dicated by those now signatory to its provisions Under the terms of I congratulate this assembly the states It represents and indeed the entire world upon the comlnjr Into force of this additional instru TURN TO PAGE 0 COLUMN 2 Wea IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday continued wnrm LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednesday Warmest Tuesday Coolest In Night 54 At 8 A SI Wednesday 80 Trace of Ruin The temperature at 8 oclock Wednesday morning was 4 degrees higher than the maximum for Tuesday afternoon That furnished an advance tip on the warmth of the day ahead of North Iowa The 8 oclock temperature was 4 degrees higher than that recorded at this hour on any morning of the season   

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