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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa flftiitnrenrtlTiia MASON v GLUBJGA2ilJlTg PACIFIC LINERS WILL ENGAGE IN SPEED CONTESTS Three Nations Plan Bid for Quickest Voyages to Orient WASHINGTON Sept 10 The international rivalry for the Blue Pennant of speed supremacy on the North Atlantic is likelysoon to the Pacific according to marine authorities here who have received reports from many quarters concerningnew traffic de velopments on the western ocean American Japanese Canadian lines are to participate in anew period of transpacific ship ping rivalry in which speed for pas sengers and freight will be a major consideration and the eyes ofma rine financiers as well as designers and buildershave temporarily turned tothe North Atlantic to profit bythe transport lessbnH of the Bremen and its mighty rivals Reports Are Usted Maoy of the companies plans for the Pacific are still in a tentative stage but at least four unofficial reports studied by authorities here confirm the belief that Speed Will Be tranaFacittc as Atlantic snipping reports The announced Intention of the Canadian Pacific company to route some of its Vancpuverto Orient steamers via de velopment made possible by the prpspective advent of two 21kndt ships the remodeled tempress of Canada and the Empress of Ja pan k 2 The construction by the Nip Lpon Yiisen Kaisha of three big fast motor Asama Maru the Tatsuta Maru and the Chichibu Maru one of Asama made 21 knotsin her speedtests 3 The Dollar Line American owned is reported to have com ipleted plans for a fleet of six elec tricallydriven liners each of 25000 rgross tons with a speed in excess of 20 knots 4 The Matspn Line also Amer icanowned which is more or less closely associated with the Amerl can Hawaiian Line contemplates construction of two or three 20knot liners for its San FranciscoAustial service expected to be of about 25pOO gross a speed in excess of 20 knots Unofficial re iports have indicated the desire of the Matspn Line to get a bigger share inthe transPacific trade No Travel Increase In view of the many new and fast vessels prbspectively available for Pacific shipping the United Press consulted shipping experts here con cerning the prospective availability of passenger and freighttraffic on that ocean indications ara that the passen ger traffic agent will have to make a greater effort than ever before toencourage touristtraffic to and from the Orient for there has not been a considerable increase in first class travel in recent years Such in creased movement of passengers as has occurred In the last five years STIMSON GOAT LIVES IN STYLE Phota Hamilton Bones pet goat In which Secretary Henry L SHmsdtt and his military aide Capt EA Begnier have an interest is a jfuestat the white house stables after his long Journey from the Philippines He 1s cared for by Private George Haley has been chiefly In the thirdclass apparently due to carriage of lab orers to and from the Philippines In the campaign for passenger travel thereforespeedand comfort will be dominant considerations hence the tendency to shorten the time for the loner trip over the Pa cific i British Approve Device Made in America Which Aids Race Track Bets LONDON sept 10 betting tote has come to Britain to stay despite a chilly reception Race horse course officials wero frigid in their welcome of the elec tric betting machines when they were first installed at Newmarket and Carlisle Now practically all of the 50 big courses in Great Britain have sub mitted applications torace course betting control board for a certifi cate of approval for theirinstalla tion Since the officials discovered that tha tote was attracting a new crowd to the races and increasing PUBLIC LIKES CLOSED PLANES Aviation Writer Finds That Great Variety Ships Are on Market By JOSEPH H BAIBD United Press Aviation Editor WASHINGTON Sept 10 Behold the modern airplane From the standardized biplane of early postwar days it has blossomed out into an Infinite number of varie ties comparable with the roadster touring car limousine coupe speedster town car and motor truck of the automobile world If one does not know this already one would be impressed with the va riations the sky ships have taken after viewing some 232 of them now on exhibit at the NationalAeronau tical exposition in Cleveland j Have All Types j Biplanes monoplanes open ships j cabin ships huge transports light sport planes elaborately decorated SCHOOL SAVINGS plNtpSTART Millions of ChildrenAgain Will CommenceSaving Their Pennies CHICAGO Sept 10 Sev eral million young Americans today began anotheryear of saving their pennies nickels and dimes looking to a far distantfuture Today was the first day for school children all over the na tion Prom now until the close of tbe each Tuesday will see a horde of fresh faced youngsters carefully depositing their small sav ings in school banks The move is a part of the nation al thrift education the newestthing in the curricula of schoolsin1 nearly every state Some of the states make it mandatory to teach thrift Any Amount Accepted Any amount is accepted from one cent up to whatever mother gives son or daughter extra or whatever son and daughter can save out of their allowances and earn in spare It is estimated that4000000 or more children will become deposi tors in the banka this year The money is turned over to some city bank fits interest computedat the regular 3 savings rate and dents at the end of the year by itself the amount saved by one child or the amount in only one school may such a large total but computed on a national scale the figures are staggering There were 3815785 children who were depositors during the 192829 school year with a total deposit of 526000000 The balance for several years is wore than which earned interest amounting to last year Last year 12 678 schools took part in the pro gram Select Tellers The teachers or some selected stu dents act as the tellers and the money is entered into bank books just the same as at regular banks They movement has endorse ment of the National Education as sociation the Parent Teachers asso ciation and tie American Bankers associatibfl Allison 0 E S Members Present Farewell Gift txavuiga AUU ALLISON Sept 25 the amount withdrawn by the stumembers of the Allison chapter of dents at the end of the vear theprder ofEastern attended t tea held in the Lodge hall on Sat urday afternoon complimentary to Mrs GW Richardspast matron who Is leaving for Cherokee with her family to make her home there presented apast matrons jewel by theVchapter and a grift a silver bread tray Tea was poured by Mrs Viola Nicholas and Mrs Zella Welland past matrons Leland Church Offering Totals More Than LELAND Sept offering on Sunday morning after a three day mission festival at the Wirinc bago Lutheran church near here amounted to 52203 NASHUA SITE OF MANY One Is Injured When Two Cars Collide at an Intersection NASHUA Chev rolet car dwviedf and operated by N J ForestCity and a Ford coupe operated by Dick VahlslngX ofGreene Sun day afternoon at theintersection on HighwayNo218 that is crossed by the roadleading to Greene Elmer Brandstead an occupant of had his right ear cut so that it was necessary to take sev earl stitches to close the wound and his left handalso was cut The Chevrolet was thrown bottom side up by the impact Julius Jerdia af Neals and Mrand Mrs Elmer Brandstead of Lake Mills were in the car and the party was enroute homefrom Dunkerton where they spending the day The accident happened at same in tersectipn and in Uie same as the one that whena cM from Cedar 3iaDid the c ran ovva two lawns andtore clotheslinefuU clottftn tfcli the thiid suto accident to happeil within the past three days within t distance of three blocks Town bf Meltonville I Has Many Instructors MELTONVILLE Sept teachers of this community who arsv away teachingthis year are as fol lows MissEsther Anderson teaches near Manly Ethel Hanson is iUi Marble Rock Hazel Vincent Is Minn Marjorle Brtm peris in Nora Springs Dorothy is in a government sciooj of Indians in Arizona and Andrenaj Hanson at Mona M Ps on Tanker LONDON Sept 10 members of the British Parliament Ben Smith former taxidriver acdj Jack Hayes formed policeman ars3r takingadvantage of summer recess for an oil tanker cruise to Egypt and back is m iuuLeaauiij ajjuiLjnHubH ciauoraieiy aecorated the popularity of racing1 they have air liners land planes flyingboats changed their frowns into smiles Before the present racing season is over eight courses will be fur nished with aii3 next year all the applications will be sat isfied In iriany instances it has been found the tote paid heavier winnings than the bookmakers The crime wave isnt new Peo ple did the same things in the old days but they werent called crimes State Journal Red Ash Coal V 8 Pat Off Mined and shipped from CLAY COTnSTTY WEST VIRGINIA West Virginias Higher Quality Coal An ideal fuel for all domestic uses Insist on having Dundon Red Ash Coal Ask your dealer for it by full name and if your dealer does not carry it we will give you name of one who does Elk River Coal and Lumber Co I SOLE MINERS AND SHIPPERS Western Sales Office 150 East Broad Street Columbus Ohio I NORTHWEST d a Stock and Rights the First National Company MASON CITY IOWA seaplanes and within each of these classification a ships embodying varlj ous innovations which distinguish I them from ttielr brothers A1J the ships placed on view at the Cleveland meet represent types approved by the department of com merce as safe and airworthy Biplanes In former years far out numberingmonoplanes still remain in the lead but that lead is steadily decreasing In the Cleveland ex Eibit 144 biplanes and 68 mono planes are shown Ten different am phibians are offered the public four flying boats and seaplanes and nine convertible land or seaplanes Favor Cabin Planes Just as automobile buyers five years ago turned from the open to the closed cars so are airplane pur chasers coming to favor warm cab in ships A rapid increase in the market for closed planes is shown by the fact that 112 different cabin planes are manufactured with the commerce departments approval RS compared with 120 open cockpit planes which a few years ago were in the greatmajority Growth of commercial flying is reflected in the number of large ships now being built On view in Cleveland are 16 different types of planes seating from seven to nine passengers 17 seating from 10 to 14 persons and 2 seating more than 14 Practically all of the larger ships are of cabin type Large Families Remain Popular With Nebraska LINCOLN Nebr Sept UP families are stillpopular in Nebraska judging from reports re ceived by Ernest Pollard secretary of public welfare DuringJuly birth records showed that children were born to four mothers who already had families of 10 children or1 more Tha four fa milies lived on farms Among them were Mr and Mrs Charles Freder ick Eckert of Fremont who had 16 children only one of whom died Gets Damages of for Scuffle WitrrBear Wash Sept To be awakened from a sound sleep and soundly mauled by a bear even a pet bear is quite a harrowing experience as Earl Norman IS of Chehalis will testify Lewis county courts have awarded Earl for injuries sustained during the scuffle The boy was employed on a farm and was asleep when a pet bear owned by itr and Mra George Noble broke into his bedroom and attacked Win Synthetic Ctema in Kansas MCPHERSON Kan Sept 10 J Willard Hershey head chemist at McPherspn college dreams of producing synthetic dia monds in Kansas large enough for commercial use The chemist al ready has produced several artifi cial stones one of them being four times larger than any other atone on record im tfie Glorious the Autumn Season THE Ste i Fall Opening attHe Sterling a promise of astriking display of gen uinely smart individual femi nine attire for the important new season We are more than certainyou will like the new fashions and we cordially invite you to our fall showing Thurs day Friday and Saturday With its flaring lines the introduction of unusual colors its subtle new silhouettes the autumn mode is swayed by charm I You will see frocks of extreme individuality and a new feminine charm coats that are a bit longer coats with lowplaced flares Hats of the moment itis hard to tell you how truly lovely the new hats are you must see to be lieve You will note that sportswear continues true to tweeds and that even sportswear has gone a bit feminine You will be fascinated by the ex quisite fabrics the newest fantasies of fashion the most exacting modes of the moment In brief the entire store welcomes you to an event of great significance Charming Accessories With an accent that em phasizes perfection Jew elry gloves hosiery scarfs shoes hats flow ers handkerchiefs selected with a view to making your auturan cos tume complete and at interesting prices 1 V f
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