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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXVSTVE CENTS PER COPY AND MASON CITY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED HOME EDITION CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBEa5Ti929 NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL NO 285 FILLS STANDS BRIANDCHEERED ASHEPRAISES LEAGUES WORK French Premier Appeal to World to Forget War Plans By JOSEPH ESHAKKEY Associated Pross Staff Correspon GENEVA AristldeBriand of oratorical triumphs have wonhim the reputation of the most brilliant oratorof Europe received the big gest acclamation of his long today before the tenth assembly of the league of nations when he made astirring tribute to the cle cade of work by the league pnd scourged Avar makers and all those who secretly foster the spiritof war I in the coming generations When in his memorable address he sent forth an appeal to the wo men of the world to protect their children from false ideas of strife and from those doctrines calculated to inculcate prejudice and among peoples the great audience which packed the assembly hull burst into wild and prolong1 cheers B A U S of Europe The French premier contented himself with a modest reference to his project for a United States of saying that altho his idea Bad been described as a dream he tho nations of Europe could establish closer ties their mutual benefit ttc problem remarking site Alficantly that In addition to mlB tary disarmament there was an other kind of disarmament that was necessary and ttiat wasan econom ic one He believed this problcin Will Rogers Says BEVERLY HILLS Sept There has Been an awful lot of discussions and writings on the subject Does a college edu j cation pay It did look awful doub tf ulfor a while but the events of the last few days have shown that the old col iege boy has finally found his niche in the world of pro gress Both boys who tied Jones in rst days fcr golf at Del Monte had learned the mysteries of the masbie in four years of hard put ting at some modern institution of learning And just think a short 10 years ago agolf course was aa unknown to colleges as a study hall is today The frater nity pin is finally cominginto ts ownIts the ignorant that are the bunkers College litera ture will read Come to Purdue and we will improve your put years in Penn Stall beat par for for hole In ConfhctmgReports Cloud Fateof T A T Airliner AUTO RACES TO BE BIG THRILL AT FAIR FRIDAY Yours WILL ROGERS FLYER DIES EARNING HONEYMOON MONEY TUnN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 1 COOtiElHER IS NEAR END Friday or Saturday to Sec Warmer SpeH Says Iowa Forecaster DES MOINES Sept 5 taste of autumn weather which crept upon Iowa yesterday will not last later than Fridayor Saturday the weather bureau predicted here today altho the immediate forecast Was continued cool The coldest point inthe state last night was Inwood where the tem perature was 38 degrees only six degrees from freezing Charles City reported 41xdegrees and in Dea Moines the mercury stood at 50 early this morning The highest temperature in low yesterday before the cold wave an peared was at Burlington whic reported 89 degrees Chicago Gangs Guns Bark Two Men Found Dead Pistols and Sawedoff Shot guns Fired at Pair From Close Range CHICAGO Sept 5 double murder the fifth outbreak of gang corn2 within a week wa committed early today in peaceful shadows of Jacb Riis park Fuller ten and Narragansett avenues One of the victims was a well nown west side hoodlum bomber errorist and muscle man He was y Cawley The other unknown to police was dentified after considerable ion as Eddie Westcott Had Dozens of Wounds The bearing dozens rounds were found on a strip of awn bordering the park Automatic IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy Thursday night and Fridayprobably showers In west portion continued cool LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures foi 21 hour period ending at 8 ocloci Thursday morning Warmest Wednesday72 Coolest in Night43 At 8A M Thursday 50 Rainfall 47 The crops of this particular sec tion ofIowahave had all the best of It this year While cornfields else where have been begging for rain since the first the fields of this section have been treated to a good shower every time without Just before the situation became critical Such was the na ture of Wednesdays rain Slightly less than half an Inch it fell so de liberately that almost every drp went into the soil It insured a rea eonably good corn yield in these parts with or without further n cipitatlon L and sawed off shotguns had een fired at close range Westcott was at first Identified s Willie McElligott brother of Thomas McElligottwho had been one of Cawleys pals in the garage racket Thomas McEIligbtt was found murdered in a West Madison street cafe early last May 30 Two women identfied Westcotts body One Marie Casey said she hadknown him for several years TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 3 SHAfOOLDERS FIGHT PAYMENT Judge Coyle Rules That Pay ments Be Made HUMBOLDT Sept D P Coyle before retiring from Jie fourteenth judicial district as iudgg ruled that the shareholders of H r j Cyril Tolley Witling Even at 9th BULLETIN PEBBLE BEACH Cal Sept 5 Oscar F Willing veteran campaigner from Port limd Ore was two up on the British champion Cyril Tolley today at the end of 18 holes of their 36 hole quarter final match in tho National Amateur Golf championship PEBBLE BEACH Ca Sept 5 Tolley the British cham pion and Dr O FWilling of Port land Ore were all square at the ninth hole after a ding dong battle in their 36 hole match starting the quarter finals of the national ama teur golf championship today Willing two down at the fifth won three successive holes to take ie lead but Tolleysquared matters Arabs Are Urged to JoinRevolt Against Britain Holy Land Flooded With Requests to Help In surgents JERUSALEM Sept 5 em Arabs thruout the Holy land and bordering statss are called upon by highly inflammatory ropaganda against ine the to revolt and government of Pales move at the ninth with a birdie three H Chandler Egan of Medford Ore champion 25 years ago was in fine form and led Jess Sweetser the bigNew York blond v two up at the turn William Lawson Little Jr of San Francisco 18 year old sensa tion was two up on Francis Ouimet Boston veteran at the ninth Ouimet curled his putt around a half stymie to win the ninth George Voigt of New York made up on Harrison R Johnstonof St Paul Floods of this propaganda mater a were said today to have emen ated from Jaffa Haifa Egypt Damascus Beirut and Aleppo and have been instrumental in the smouldering of renewed discontent One of the proclamations in cir culation among the Arabs heralded a fighters holy war and called upon all Arabs to help Arab Insur the turn Jimmy Voigt squared the match at the eighth and took the lead on the ninth FREIGHTS CUT ALLOWED Southern Railroads Permit ted to Lower Charges to Gulf WASHINGTON Sept 5 interstate commerce commission to pay their stock assessment made at the time the bank closed the last ime Some of the shareholders In the Algona State bank are attempting to evade payment of theirstock as sessment on the grounds that the ank was insolvent at the time the jank was allowed to reopen after being closed for a week or two while vaivers were secured from deposi ors At the time the Algona bank was reopened the securities were passed n by a bank examiner and the ank allowed to open the final clos ng coming a year later The Swea ity bank was reopened under the ame conditions The Boston Globe says France as swapped horses again in mid tream We are gradually picking p an impression that M BrJand vcs in News from Kansas City to Mexico t grain products the of The Kansas City Southern rail road was granted permission on Aug 15 to reduce its rates seven cents a bushel and the other rail roads by todays decision were per mitted to put into effect the same reduction on one day notice The railroads had applied also foi permission to reduce the rates from Omaha St Louis and from various Kansas points to the gulf but this wa R refused by the commission which stated that the application would have to be made in regular form for these reductions Permii sion to revise rates on one davs notice is given only In exceptional r gents in Palestine whose condition was described in the blackest terms Altho Jerusalem was quiet today British troops continued their in cessant clashes with bands of tribesmen who have penetrated the Palestine borders One automobile which yesterday attempted to TOSS Allenby bridge from Transjordania to Palestine wag found to contain 11 rifles and 1000 rounds of ammuni tion British military authorities imme diately dispatched armored cars into Amman in an attempt to cut off the Palestine Arabs source of arms and ammunition at its source Reports persisted despite official denial that skirmishes with Bedou ins had occurred near Beershaba in which six native Christians were killed Hoover Cancels His WeekEnd Hunting Trip to Virginia WASHINGTON Sept 5 President Hoover decided today to cases If modern methods had obtained n those days Job would have claimed the worlds patience endur inc Cnmlto forego his weekend trip to his fishing lodge on the Rapidan rlyer in the Virginia mountains altho he had planned the trip and had in vited several guests The chief executive called off the outing because he desired to remain in Washington to confer with mem ber of the republican national com mittee who are coming to Washing ton for a meeting Monday Further trips to his camp will be made by President rloover as weather and fancy suits Regular weekend visits however will not lie resumed until next spring Several members of the committee already are in Washing ton and have been Invited to the white house for luncheon or dinner Dr Hubert Work retiring national chairman Is a guest of Mr Hoover It is said that since the passage of the Jones law liquor prices in Washington have dropped This looks like adding Insult to enforce Phllndclnhln Inquirer PILOTS ARE TO IT AGAIN Balky Magneto Forces Chi cagoWe WO Plane to End flight CHICAGO Sept D Will which was forced down yesterday after 201 hours and two minutes in the air was to be flown to Patterson N J today to be groomed for another possible takeoff Sunday In quest of ttio world refueling endurance fly ing record Tentative plans for another at tempt after a new motor has been installed in the plane were made be fore the two pilots Russell Moss man and C E Steele fell into deep slumber after their weary 12 days and three hours in the air A balkymagneto suddenly ended the flight at p m It was the same kind of trouble that nearly terminated the record making 421 lour flight of the St Louis Robin long before the record had been set Mossman and Steele took turns crawling out on the treacherous cat walk trying to repair the instru ment Bight spark plugs were hanged but when the flyers fount themselves unable to correct the rouble they decided to land rather han take unnecessary risks The Will took to the air at a m on Friday Aug 23 Both men appeared we when they crawled from the cabin upon landing but Steele had lost considerable weight SIX N Y BANKS SWINDLED OUT OF THOUSANDS Obtained by Fake Orders to Trans fer Money Sept 5 pair cf LJ bunco men one working in Den ver and the other in New York swindled six New York city banks out of 5450000 last Saturday police were advised today The six New York banks were correspondents of a like number of Denver banks Each of the New York institution contributed 000 to the scheme of the swindlers Unauthorized Thru the use of unauthorized tel egrams the Denver member of the swindle team notified New York correspondents of Denver banks to deposit each to the credit oC the Bank of Tellurlde in the Chase National bank of New York Jity Each of the telegrams bore the unauthorized signature of an offi cial of the six Denver banks All of the wires were in code of the Am erican Bankers association They were sent from various branch pf fIcea ofrtho graphL memueivof the bunco Saturday inNew York City th New York accomplice of the loca swindler appeared atthe Chase Na ional bank and presented n cosh ers check for withdrawal of 5100 00 The cashiers check is supposed o have been forgery Swindle iscovercd Discovery of the swindle was nnde when the Denver hanks rc eived from their New York corres ondents tho usual charge slips showed the Denver banks had authorized the transfer of 00 each to the Chase national bank or the account of the Bank of Toll ride The president of eacli of the Den er banks immediately notified offi ials of the New York Institutions iey had not authorized the trans cr of any money to the Chase Na ional bank for the account of the Bank of Tclluride Doubt Story That Plane Crashed Had Railway Agents Deny They Said Ship Had Been Wrecked BULLETIN NEW YORK Sept 5 Col Finil Henderson vice presi dent of tho Transcontinental Air Transport announced thin afternoon that the nrmy nnd navy were going to send every available service piano to help In the search for the companys missing plane At tho same time Col Hen derson announced that his com pany wns offering a reward of to any person or group who located the missing plane LOS ANGELES Sept 5 fusion and mystery drew a double veil today around the facti concerning the Transcontinental Air Transports lost airliner City of San Francisco which previously had been reported by company officials to have been found wrecked in the wilds ofthe New MexicoArizona border region and its five passenger and three crew members dead The inability of searchers to lo cate the plane which disappeared Tuesday while on its way from Al SLIGHT HOPE FOR 4 MINERS Quartet Trapped Behind Tons of Earth in Cali fornia Pit STOCKTON Cal Sept The fate of four miners trapped in a cavein on the 1550 foot level of the Copperopolls mine of the Calaveras Copper company was sealed behind tons of rock today while a crew of fellow workers labored valiantly to reach them Eight menwere working on the 1500 foot level yesterday nt the time of the slide of rock Two es caped Another Ompre Valle Mexi can was extncaled badly crushed He will recover Groans and screams of another man a Mexican Kere heard by res cue workers How many feet he is from the point where rescuers are removingrock rescuers could not say Mine ftfflcials said there was lit tie hope that the four men would be found alive They are Joe King foreman Ed Bixler Gonzalo Gon zales and Lee Lopez Tt is noticeable that folks who Lfilk so confidently about going to heaven never seem to be in a hurry to Crfjnty Herald IJonds on Sale FORT DODGE Sept 5 3onds totalling to pave U 20 from Fort Dodge to the Ham ton county line will be placed on ale Sept 18 The block will be part f the issue floated by Vebster county A block of 00 has already been sold rciilatedreports of the wreck found further complicated the sit nation this morning The chief dispatcher of the San ta Fe railroad here declared how ever that the Santa Fe telegraph operator at Perea had not denied having reported reports of the sup posed finding of the City of Sau Francisco in the Black Rock Wash country Bnscd on Santa Fe Report Informed of these details H W 3eck western traffic manager for he transport told the Associated ress that the official statements of ils company saying the liner had een wrecked and its passengers and crew killed had been based upon nfarmation from the Santa Fe In the face of the conflicting statements from the various Santa Te agents and another from the iostmaster at Gallup who denied hat any of his mail carriers had reported sighting the wreck Beck announced that he would make no change for the present In our previ us official statement quoting this The Santa Fe report until further nvestigation establishes whethei here Is any basis for It Beck declared however that we are beginning to doubt the nuthen TUBN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 0 Livestock and Floats in Parade Mules in Races FAIR PROGRAM 1 THUKSOAY EVENING p son City municipal band p actsSa villa Trio Argyle Sisters Don ahue and LaSalle Pallmbergs Bears Winter Garden Revue and fireworks RACE DAY p son City municipal band p events of fast auto racing by Iowa state and Minnesota state fair racing demons Vaudeville acts Savilla Trio ArgyK Sisters Donahue and LaSnlle mcl Pallinbergs Bears p son City municipal band p acts Ss viila Trio Argyle Sisters Don ahue and LaSalle Pallinbergs Bears Winter Garden Revue and fireworks Engineers to Survey Proposed Canal Route Good Orders 400 and Men to Central American Jungle By CKCIt B DICKSON Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Sept 5 picked egineering battalion number ing 400 officers and men today was ordered by Secretary Good to duty in the central American jungle to survey the route of the proposed 1000000000 Nicaraguan canal Upon the report of these engin eers largely will depend the decis ion of the American government as to whether it shall undertake the stupendovis task of constructing a canal stretching 183 miles thru tropical mountains and forests from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans Government engineers estimate it would require TO years to complete the project which would give the United States with the Panama canal two of the most important waterways in the world Will Remain Two Years Selected from the best of the armys engineeringforces units that go to make up the battalion are being outfitted to remain in the jungJc region for two years the estimated time needed for the work The survey was approved by con ew last spring when it was brot its attention that the Panamu canah with its present facilities probably would be overturned soon f the annual tonnage continued fo ucreose The commercial tonnage that passed thru canal in 1828 ex clusive of government vessels TUKN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN S REVENUE OFFICE TO DES MOINES Transfer From Dubuque Or dered by Washington for Oct 1 DES MOINES Sept 5 Iowa divisional offices ofthe inter nal revenue department will be moved to Des Moines Oct l ad vices received here from Washing ton announced The transfer will bring to Des Moines ah office handling approxi mately a year in income pnd other taxes The department has been allotted space in the new federal building 50 Workers in Office DUBUQUE Sept 5 persons in the Iowa divisional of fices of the Internal revenue bureau here will be affected by the trans fer of tlie offices to Des Moines Oct i internal revenue officers say The transfer announced yester day in Washington will leave a dep uty collector and one or two assist ants here The move has been expected for some time officials said in view oE the construction of the new federal nuilding at Des Moines in which rooms have been allotted for some time to the Internal revenue bureau The central location of Des Moines ilso made it a more logical posi tion for ihe headquarters they said THE grandstand at the North Iowa L fair filled up Thursday after noon for the farm parade and rural achievementevents thati leaturea the fourth It was the farmers day at tho fair The program was the most pretentious rural project ever un dertaken in North Iowa nnd drew agricultural population from distances up to 50 miles or more from Mason CJly The crowd was the largest by rar for the 1920 season RestdenU of the city and the owns were also In the stream that poured thru the gates early in the afternoon giving every indication he grandstand would be filled and Droving the big parade was a real attraction Show Big Progress In this parade the highly cultured rize winners In the livestock barns vere to strut their aristocratic tride Ingenious floats were In the ne of marcn snowing the great rogress that has been made in ag iculture in the past several decades hese giorifeid the work of 4H clubs among the boys and girls told the story of womens advance from drudgery to recreational project work and depicted other phases of modern farm life The Senegalese drum and bugle corps in new uniforms added to the colorful spectacle The high school band under tho direction of Gerald Prcscott and the ClausenWordec drum and bugle corps together with the Mason City municipal band made this the big music day of the falr Mule Races Scheduled Instead of the harness races that lave featured the afternoon per formances thus far rural mule and races were on the track pro jram The daring acts of the Sa villa trio the Argyle sisters Dona lue and LaSalle and Fallinbergs bears promised added thrills With the atmosphere clarified er a rainfall that made impossible L performance Wednesday after TUKN TO PAGE S COLUMN 4 AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I was RO ashamed last night when company come Pa settin there with his feet on the table an a hole in one toe I overlooked when was clarnin   

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