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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV BTVK CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE HOME EDITION WIBE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST JJNITED PRESS AKD INTERNATTONAI NEWS SUPPLEME s FIND CLEW TO MISSING OFFICER OlcTWorld Statesmen Gath LAST PROBLEMS OF WORLD WAR TO BE SETTLED Dutch Prime Minister Greets Envoys of 12 Nations BULLETIN THE HAGUE NETHER LANDS Aug 6 Snowden British chancellor of the exchequer took the floor immediately after the organiza tion of the first business session of the 1929 conference at the Hague this af tornbon and spoke for moro than an hour against tho Young plan Mr Snowden thrust the op position he had expressed on the floor of the house of com mons recently ot the plan straight into the first session of the conference THE HAGUE NETHERLANDS Aug 6 of twelve countries including Great Britain France Germanyand Japan met here today to formulate methods of applying the young reparations plan andto liquidate the last outstand ing problems of the World war The conference which 13 to put In to effect the recommendations made L tSe reparations confer under the chairmanship of Younjr at Paris wascpn More Killings Boom Outlook for Tong War BULLETIN hJ G Augr Bing a Chinese S TbU8h he WUllB a tho On Leong president of the Chinese and American Citizens Alliance gunman was cap revolver tne assailant of Kay Leone Womr a member of the On Leong Tong who was shot and seriously wounded Sunday night supposedly In retaliation for the slaying of a HhTSIurV tongman JEW YORK Aug 6 of one of the bloodiest tong war by additional killings both in this city and dead to five in two days in addition to several after U S Attorney Charles H Tuttle and Saraue warned leaders heretha a cthe hallof the first chamber of the Dutch states general Blnnenhof Bellaarts Van in medieval Blokland Dutch minister welcomed the 38 principal delegates and their 400 1 subordinates after which Premier IBriand of France Foreign Minister of Germany and Chau bellor of the Exchequer Snowden of Britain replied Get Down to Work Soon The first meeting probably vill be the last public session until Becisions are reached consisted fchiefly of formalities A second Greeting was called for this after noon at which the delegates will get Tiown to the work at hand Ji The United States has no dele Rate but is represented by an ob larver Edwin C Wilson first sec retary of the embassy at Paris If In their speeches of reply the Ifritish French and German dele Iates all recognized that difficul ties were ahead of the conference frid all expressed determination to JJo everything possible to put an end ftp international misunderstandings Minister Stresemann Irent further and Indirectly ex Iressed a favorable attitude toward premier Briands proposed United of Europe The German TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 Similarly in Boston two Chinese were shot and killed within a few hours after tong leaders had as sured the police there would be no tong warfare in that city Police of ficials said it was the first time tong leaders had deliberately de ceived them and expressed the be lief the killings would result in the bloodiest tong war ever seen in New England L In Chicago and Newark N J where the killings started with one death each on Sunday a tense quiet prevailed Police maintained close watch on the Chinesesections but no attempts at yiVence occurred The cause of the renewed tong outbreak remained in mystery One theory upon which New York police were working was that it was over the rich liquor trade which was said to have become quite profitable with the deteriorating quality 01 other bootleg liquor AtNewark it wasthot the war might be over the opium trade worth of the drug having been seized in that city Saturday Eckener Prepares Graf lor Tour Around World Passengers Already Reservations for Globe LAKEHURST N J Aug 6 UP of refueling and replenish ing the German transAtlantic dirig ible Graf Zeppelin went forward today in preparation for her de parture at midnight tomorrow on the first leg of a globe circling air voyage Dr Hugo Eckener her com mander will head his giant air liner back to her home port Friedrich shafen Germany from whence she arrived Sunday From there the air ship will continue eastward around Jie world with stops at Tokyo and Los Angeles Lakehurst and back to a total of 22000 miles On the first flight to Friedrich shafen the Graf Zeppelin has oooked 18 passengers some of whom have made reservations for he world tour She also will carry reight and mail Three passengers have been four States Will Be Represented on Tour of Proposed Iowa Park UNION Aug B idersl and state officers from Illi Minnesota and Iowa fill make a one day tour of the jroposed upper Mississippi river ational park tomorrow The tour jill start at McGregor and end at Vaterloo AUNT HET By Robert Quillen r There aint nothin else ithat looks as innocent an virtuous as a baby unless its a bald head looked for the trip around the world y the HamburgAmerican line in ew York American agents for the eppelin They are Joachim Rick ard a writer of Brockton Mass vho was a passenger on the west bound trip Otto Hillig a photo on whose name was not disclosed Has to Fay Golf Bet As a result of a golf bet that he TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 RASKOBiSM7 AT STAKE AT POLLS College Professor in Race for Governorship of Virginia RICHMOND Va Aug 6 JFI Virginias embattled democratic hosts were choosing a champion to day to lead them in an effort to drive the republicans beyond the Potomac Factional differences character istic of southern states in which democratic nomination is equivalent to election was conspicuous by its absence Jn the democratic primary campaign that closed last night John Garland Pollard a William and Mary professor Walter Mapp a former state senator ana Rosewell Page brother of the late Thomas Nelson Page were the candidates for the gubernatorial nomination James H Price for lieu tenant governor and John R Saun ders for renomlnaMon as attorney NOT LIKELY TO SURVIVE WRECK Probe Ordered of Crash in Which Father Doh berstein Was Hurt nUBUQUE Aug 6 sher iffs investigation was under way today of the crash at Centralia near here yesterday of a truck be longing to the Rev P M Dobber stein builder of the famous Grotto of the Redemption and an automo bile containing five tourists Physicians held little hope for the recovery of Father Dobberstein most seriously injured of the seven occupants of the two vehicles He received a fractured upper jaw in volving the baso of the brain and multiple wounds to the head face and mouth Father Dobberstein was enroute to Dubuque from West Bend his home He was engaged in the erec tion of the new grotto at St Francis convent here Donald Slaven 19 West Bend who was driving the truck received a painful cut on the right Young Debt Plan ZEPPELIN CONQUERS ATLANTIC AGAIN bound for h record time the Graf Zeppelin Is shown asshe soaredTn torn he wean the navy hangar at Lakehurst N J By tclcnhoto from Nmv Ynrlt1 Two Des Moines Women Dead Girl Injured as interurban Hits Auto DESIMOINES Aug 6 wojnea are1 the 8 yearoAd ItiineSr death today struck by a Des MoinWand ral Iowa interurban near here yes terdayThe dead are Mrs Clarence Frey 45 and Mrs Charles Scholus 42 The girl Lorena May Scholes is suffering from a skull fracture md ossible internal injuries reneral had no opposition The antiSmith democrats who refused support of the partys na tional ticket last year made a vig rous effort to keep last years anti Smith democrats from entering the primary so that they might be mor ally free to support In the general election Dr William Moseley Brown nominated for governor by both antiSmith democrats and re publicans Dr Bown began his campaign before the primary and in an addresses in the past week has vigorously denounced Raskobism in the democratic party In ths other car were Fritz Hei fer 55 Chicago driver of the car who received a acalp wound and possible skull fracture Miss Marte Heifer 35 Chicago right leg brok en Mrs Emma Schaffner 33 Port land Oreright elbow injured and severe cuts on the face and hands Amelia Schaffner Portland right elbow injured and Andrew Schaff ner Portland KEANE FUNERAL TIME IS SET Last Rites for Famed Arch bishop Will Be at 10 OClock Wednesday DTIBUQUE Aug 6 neral services for the Most Rev JamesJ Keane third archbishop of Dubuque who died suddenly Friday night will be held at St Raphaels cathedral at 10 oclock tomorrow morning The services will be in charge of Bishop Edmund Heelan of Sioux City oldest suffragan bishop of Dubuque province In accordance with his wish ex pressed long before death the body of the departed prelate will rest near that of his beloved predecessor the Most Rev John J Keane in the priests section of Mount Olivet cemetery at Key West Their throe successors the Right Rev Bishops Mathlaa Loras and Clemens Smyth and the Most Rev Archbishop J J Henncssfjy are resting in the mortu chapel at thn BROKER SOUGHT IN FRAUD CASE Worth of Bonds Sold in Chicago but Not Delivered CHICAGO Aug 6 B Greenfield Chicago stock and bond broker was sought in Detroit to day on a warrant charging em bezzlement The warrant for Bis arrest was ssued last night when records of he J B Greenfield and company fflces were seized by Assistant ltate3 Attorney Arthur Carlsten after investigating of complaints hat the concern defrauded custom rs of more than The warrant was sworn out by Ilss Anna Homer niece of Judge Henry Horner who said she was one f the victims of tho alleged fraud Icting on complaints of more than 50 customers that they had failed to receive shares they had paid for Carlsten examined the companys booksand said he found that 425 000 worth of shares had been sold without delivery Approximately in cash had been accepted from customers Carlsen said An additional 000 had Been accepted fty the De troit office of the company No trace of the missing money esti mated by the assistant attorney general at was found lie said lowan Will BeGOPs tret airy Wheat Market Takes Drop of 6 to 7 Cents CHICAGO Aug 6 sudden violent break in wheat prices without any incentive manifest in the days news sent valuer down 6 to 7 cents a bushel below yester days closing level today The col lapse was reported to have been caused by the unloading of wheat futures holdings by a leading Win nipeg trader hut rains in the Canadian northwest and indications of a larger wheat acheage in the Argentine were contributing fac tors Anxious inquirer may feel reas sured Naked legs will not become the prevalent style for women even in summer The overpowering rea son is that no legs look pretty when naked compared with the same legs n shimmering Re nublican DAVENPORT Aug 6 Dawson of Davenport former con gressman and investment house banker has been tendered the posl of executive secretary of the re publican national committee by President Hoover Summoned to Washington last week by the nations chief execu tive Mr Dawson was offered the job of practically running the na tional republican organization when it is reorganized on Sept 9 and Claudius Huston of Chattanooga Tenn is slated to become chairman succeeding Dr Hubert Work who has resigned Mr Dawson who has returned to Davenport declared today that he had not yet decided whether to ac cept but expected to have a definite announcement within a few days Word of Mr DawsonB choice was received by the Daily Times today from Its Washington corre spondent and was confirmed by Mr Dawson TRENCHES WILL RECEIVE DEAD Grave Diggers Strike in N Y Causes Accumula tion of Bodies NEW YORK Aug 6 porary burial of the dead in trenches reminiscent of war times was resorted to today at Calvary cemetery in Queens where a week old strike of grave diggers resulted in an accumulation of 600 bodies Since the start of the strike bodies have been placed in the cemeterys temporary receiving vaults which have accommodation for nearly 1000 bodies Underthe law however a body must be buried within four days after death and over the weekend men were placed at work digging three long trenches It was announced that after set tlement of the strike the bodies would be reburied In the family plots Efforts to arbitrate the strike which started shortly after thedis charge of a chauffeur were under way today between the strikers and jnembers of the cemetery board of trustees Between 600 and 700 men are involved They have demanded recognition of their union and In crease in salary from an average of a week to 7 a day with double time on Sunday Former lowan Given Agricultural Job by Secretary Hyde WASHINGTON Aug 6 supervisor of the Chlcagoflfflce of thegrain futures administration has been appointed assistant chief of that administra tion by the secretary of agriculture He was born in Illinois and reared Rnd educated in Iowa Dawes MacDoriald Are Continuing Navy Talk LONDON Aug 5 steps in the series of AngloAmerican conversations on naval disarma ment were taken today when Am bassador Charles G Dawes and Prime Minister MacDonald con ferred nt No 10 Downing street jthii afternoon HOOVER MOVES TO ADD PRISONS More Funds to Be Asked to Relieve OverCrowded Conditions WASHINGTON Aug 6 President Hoover has determined ipon a program to relieve over crowded conditions in federal pri sons which includes a request to ongress for additional funds The program contemplates an in crease in appropriations of 5 300000 for enlargement of the risons at Atlanta and Leaven tvorth and the construction of a new rison in the northeastern section of the country Hoover has discussed the situa tion at length with Attorney Gen eral Mitchell and Sanford Batessu jerlntendent of federal prisons This condition is regarded as the cause of demoralization and outbreaks of he prisoners The large prison population It was said was attributed to an increase In crime In general which caused the president to appoint the com mission now making an inquiry into the law enforcement situation Statistics which have been pre sented to the president show that 33 per cent of the prisoners at Leavenwofth and Atlanta are serv ing terms for violations of the nar cotic laws 4 per cent for violations of the prohibition laws and the re mainder for other offenses Body of Girl Found on Railway Track Is Sent to Sister in Illinois NEVADA Aug 6 body of Frances Elizabeth Beil who fell or jumped from a window of an east bound passenger train early yester day nuar here was sent today to Mrs PaulWilliams a sister living at LeGranite 111 Another sister Clara Bell lives at Minneapolis Miss Bell had spent two years with a brother a student at Leland Stanford uni versity Woman Is Found Dead COLFAX Aug 6 Jessie B Klnsell 60 was found dead on the floor of her home here last night by George Loyer a carpenter who had been working on a garage on the premises Death was believed caused by a heart attack altho the woman had been suffering lately from blood poisoning in one of her irnhs Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Aug The best thing in the papers to day was the story of 30000 Boy Scouts from 41 different n a tions standing in tho rain in England with bared heads and forgiveness and good will to all in their hearts That Baden Powell just about formed ono oi the finest o r ganiza tions ever conceived I still claim the Zeppelina ROGERS greatest trip was due to the ab sence of stowaways To make tis equal with England in cruiser we need 43 and 23 to be even with Japan No wonder they want to hold a conference aud everybody remain aa is Your WILL ROGERS SENT TO CHINA BY US CLAIM Failure of Telegraph Linej Leads to Fear of Invasion BULLETIN NEW YORK Aug 6 The Commercial Cable com pany was informed by tlio Great Northern Telegraph com pany today that telegraph lines between Mulcden Man churia and Tientsin arid be tween Mulccn and Harbin hail interrupted their service Traf fic for Manchuria was subject to delay Aug 6 tion of a Tass news agency dis mtch from Vienna reporting that Secretary of State Stimson was al eged to have sent a secret note to the great powers concerning the creation of an international com mission for untying the sovietChl nest railway tangle has caused much comment here On July 25 Secretary Stimson was reported to have sent an identl calde memolre to the diplomatic rep resentatives of Great Britain France Japan Italy and Germany which was understood to have re lated to the projected negotiations between Russia and China over the hinese eastern situation Would Restore Status Quo The exact terms of this wero not made public but it was rumored that the secretary was concerned with having China restore tho status quo ante as a preliminary to negotia tions Altho these reports were cabled from the United States to Moscow at that time the Vienna dispatch TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN Z RICH YACHTMAN ADMITS LEAVING AGENT IN WATER Inspector Boarded Ship Without Identifying Himself Claim rvETRorr Aug e of an intensive three day search over the entire region of the Great Lakes and faced with a possible federal charge of murder on the higli seas John M Heath wealthy elevator engineer and his wife Mm Maxine Heath were expected to surrender to federal authorities to day for questioning in connection with the disappearance early Satur day of Chard D Sandlands customs inspector who boarded their luxur ious cabin cruiser because of viola tion of navigation laws Heath communicated with federal officers thru his attorney Jaat night land admitted that he left the CUB oma agent floundering in the swift current of the Detroit river after a ight during which both men fell nto the water from the deck of Heaths boat Heath swam back to his craft Maxine he said and he saw no more of Saudlauds A report made to Walter S Patty acting collector of customs by companion officer of Sandiands Milton Larseu differed from the story related by Heath thru his at torney however and the customs office today still listed ttoe absent patrolman onlyaamissing Boarded Heatti Craft Max H Finkelston Heaths at torney said Sandlands boarded the Heath craft in mid stream and without Identifying himself attempt ed to force Heath to dock at an east side mooring port Because of the presence of several nen on the dock FInkelatou Bald Heath feared he was to be hijacked or his wifo harmed and after Sand ands and his companion in a ipeedboat alongside the Maxine had refused for the third time to show heir badges Heath grappled with he boarder Both men fell Into the water ac cording to Heaths account and vhen Sandlandg loosened his grasp he yachtman swam back to hig TUBN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 8 11 NARCOTIC PRISONERS FREE Search Broadens for Men Who Escaped During Prison Riot LOS ANGELES Gal Aug 6 CP sheriffs and other peace officers were making an extensive search today for 11 of 16 narcotic addicts who escaped from a state hospital at Spadra near here during a riot Sunday night Three were in the county jail here and another was in the custody of lis father while the fifth was cap tured in a road near the hospital shortly after the inmates outnum bering the unarmed guards forced the doors of their dormitories sur mounted a 10 foot wire fence and escaped The outbreak was said to have been caused by the Intense craving for narcotics by the ring leaders They failed io break Into the hos pital stores however it was renort NAME COUNSEL FOR FARM BOARD George E Far rand Angeles Given Appoint ment as Legal Adviser WASHINGTON Aug 6 George E Farrand of Loa Angeles today was selected as general coun sel for the federal farm board Ho Is to take up his duties hsre Aug The announcement by board said that Farrand was par ticularly experienced In law relat ing to cooperative marketing He has ben general counsel of the California Fruit Growers ex change tho California Walnut asso ciation and the Milk Producers of Southern California IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy to cloudy Tuen ilny night and Wednesday not much change In temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock a m Tuesday Warmest Monday fig Coolest in Night S2 At 8 A M Tuesday 63 KnlnfnllTrace Its a record that in at least one or two Mason City homes Monday there was a bit of furnace fire to take the chill from the atmosphere California papers please dont copy   

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