Mason City Globe Gazette, September 30, 1929 : Front Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette September 30, 1929

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPY DAILY TIMES OPENING INSTALLMENT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY HOME EDITION The Luxury Husband By MAYZIE GREIG CHAPTER 1 MEMORIES red evening dress twice over her was reputed to be the ships best dancerand be j i she had acquired a reputation for ama what could have COMe ovor her ri6ni mtve fbe seemed have lost all consciousness The music ceased and Ralph Henderson spoke Tm awfully sorry he said I seem to have LOCAL NEGRO NO 3061 an of HM i J have bungled that she did not seem aware that he had spoken for with an im pulsive gesture she laid a hand upon his armand murmured fril Ibe back In a moment and Immediate ly she was making her way toward the little raised dais where thi ships orchestra was sitting Watching her go Ralph Hender sons surprise gave place to anger He felt a fool at being deserted in the middle of the dancefloor and it was especially galling that it should have been Barbara Landon who had doue It because of al girls on that ship she was the one he was most anxious to impress When the Englishman had first stepped on board ho had surveyed the girls critically wondering which of them managed to combine beauty and wealth Barbara it appeared J was the only one who possessed both these requirements so from tbe first day out he was her de voted attendant She had not appeared to object to his monopoly In fact she had seemed to encourage it Certainly at lunch that day when shehad discovered that he had tipped the steward to alter his place so that he might sit beside her she had only smiled up at him and murmured that she hoped a closeup of her profile would prove worth the 10 1 he had paid for it The couples were rapidly leaving the dance floor Young Henderson glanced uncertainly towards Bar bara wondering how much longer she intended conversing with the i fellow who played the saxophone She looked very small he thot as she stood there almost elfinlike her red brown hair gleamingpure copper under the electric light as tho it had taken on a reflection from tho vivid copper red dress He considered her very attractive Presently as she showed no signs of rejoining him Henderson moved over to where her chaperon Mrs Trent onJones sat placidly in her deck chair feeding herself on candy He hoped that he would find an ally Sn Cora TrentonJones She had herself married an Englishman and had lived several years in London Since her husbands fairly recent death she had returned to the United States where she had been comfortably vegetating in a small ipartment until Barbara had forci bly pulled her up by the roots and transplanted her on to the steam ship Vendena bound on a Mediter anean cruise Has Barbara deserted gatn she asked tactlessly She seems to have been smitte with a sudden enthusiasm for th chap who plays the saxophone h remarked tartly Shes been talkln o him for the last 10 minutes Mrs TrentonJones smiled Thats like Barbara We nearl missed the ship because at the las moment she discovered that the tax I river a terriblelooking fellow wa x Russian bolshevik with orlgiria riewa on most everything The Englishman smiled but CONTINUED ON PAGE 13 you CONTINUE NAVY BUILDING SAYS LEGIONS CHIEF Veterans in Convention Hear McNutts Open ing Address IOWANS ARRIVE as IT t T V ne Leaves With Loot of Peephole in Theater Mans Office Proves Robbers Undoing1 CHICAGO Sept SO peep lole ia a hole just large enough for a revolver a career in McVickers the ater Jast night ended it while a packed house thrilled at wake be lieve on a silver scrcenl The thief unidentified as yet had planned well but of the peephole he knew nothing and it was his undoing He was striding confidently toward I the outer door of the managers of the theaters money id his pocket whenflamqshot out from the hole in the wall and two bullets entered his head i McVickers one of downtown Chicagos largest picture theaters It was filled to capacity and long lines stood on the sidewalks waiting to enter The managers office is on the mezzanine floor The assistant man ager Bernard Cobb had just re TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 4 Wea IOWA WEATHER l Fair Monday night and Tues day continued cool frost In north portion Monday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Warmest Sunday Bt Coolest In Night S7 At 8 A M Monday 43 Figures for like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Wannest Saturday 59 Coolest In Night 47 Rainfall 4g The last week September has added almost an inch and a half of precipitation to the months total And the rain has been accompanied by a drop in the temperaturo from the midsummer level to more near ly what is expected of late Septem ber Monday morning early there wasa heavy dew and perhaps a bit of frost 2 YANKS CLAIM BALLOON HONORS Van Orman Capt Kepne Land Bags Only Few Miles Apart in Ohio ST LOUIS Sept 30 one foreign balloon unreported two of the United States entries in the ighteenth annual Gordon Benneti niernational balloon classic were laimants as winner both landing in 3hio showing only a few miles dif ference in air distances from St liouis They are Capt William K of the U S navy and Ware T Van Orman piloting the Good year vm Capt Ernest De Muyter In the 3elgica was unreported here altho he bag was reported to have hit a ree near Paoli Ind at 2 p m Sun lay tossed overboard the radio re ceivingset some ballast and sailed m Lieut George SchenstWn in the Denmark landed safely on a farm jear Bedford Ind at p m yes erday according to word today Only One Accident One accident marred the race D Bradley pilot of the Ar TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 3 YOUNGNASlA WOMAN IS DEAD Mrs Amos Springer 32 Dies Suddenly While at Home NASHUA Sept Amos Springer died suddenly Friday morn ing her death following the birth of a son one week ago who lived but a few hours after birth She wag taken suddenly ill at 4 oclock D m Thursday and died at oclock Friday morning She was bom at Bassett 32 years ago and has lived all her life in that community She was a member of the Immacu Conception church at Charles She ia survived by her husband and six children Marie Gail Dar rold Bernard Lyle Leonard and Amos Jr waa Monday at 130 o clock at the Immaculate conception church at Charles Citv and burial will be in the Catholic cemetery at that place By BNOCH A NOREfll Staff Representative LOUISVILLE Sept son Citys delegation joined nith hundreds of other Iowa Legionnaires in making whoopee ulth 47 other states nt the opening or the eleventh an nual American Legion conven tion hero today TheNorth lownris arc regis tered at thc Henry Clay hotel nnd arrived in time to attend the opening session of tho con vention this morning Streets sire so jammed with 200 drum and buglo corps and 100 bands and the thousands of Legionnaires and members o the auxiliary that traffic is al most at a standstill Thc auxil iary attendance Is said to be larger than ever A number of Mason Citys Legionnaires at tended the derby races at Churchill Downs today TheJoun delegation in cau to support Bos ton the af te hearing proposals from Jt nnd from Los Angeles Bodeii halmcr of Arkansas xvJH he supported by tho Hawkeyes for national commander Ralph Lloyd Jones has been placed utt the national child welfare com mittee McNUTT SPEAKS LOUISVILLE Ky Sept Until an aereemenh 30 real naval parity is reached Americas cruiser building program should be continued said Paul V McNutt na tional commander of the American Legion in his annual report made public at the opening session of the organizations national convention lie re today Asserting that the Legion stands for movements to imake permanent Deace more certain Commander McNutt added that until such meth ods are found and accepted by all nations this nation must provide a complete defense in any con tngency Parity Is Essential Under present conditions he continued the policy of parity with other powers ia essential to com pete defense Such parity must be cal parity rather than apparent parity If It is possible to achieve ii eh ban lollcy upport such a move Until such an agreement is reached the cruiser Building program should be con inued The American Legion the com mander said in another part of his eport must confine Itself to those natters which affect veterans of the Vorld war and their dependents nd to broaden nonpartisan ques ons of national policy Need a United Front He said the Legion had been asked o further many causes which altho TURN TO PAG3 2 COLUMN 3 I Associated Prcsa Photo Two Americans Ward T Van Orman above ana Capt Wil liam E Kepncr below both cluira victory in tho Gordon Bennett balloon race from St Louis Each landed In Ohio a few miles apart parity by agreement rather FOG HINDERS SOVIET PLANE Russians Preparing to Fly to Seattle on Way to New York SITKAAlaska Sept 30 Russian monoplane Land of thc Soviets was safe here today after fighting its way thru heavy fog for the greater part of its 600 mile flight from Seward A cheering throng greeted the four flyers on their arrival at this historic city capital of Alaska during Russian oc cupation by competitive armament tho The which is attempl rot the American Legion is to fr New Hampton Man is Fined NEW HAMPTON Sept SOEu Ingalla proprietor of the orner Grocery here was found guilty of assautt and battery In ustice J F Babcocka court here Friday morning and fined 55 and asts The information was filed by ohn W Lawler a traveling sales man for a wholesale grocery com any The affray took place in the Meat market here on Tues ay FEAR HELD FOR FRENCH FLYERS Coste and Mechanic Have Been Unreported for More Than 3 Days PARIS Sept 30 was felt In some quarters today for Dieudonne Coste French aviation nee and his mechanic Jacques Bellonte who were missing more than three days after leaving Le Bourget in an attempt to reach Vladivostok Siberia Thc aviators took off from Le Bourget in Thc Question Mark soon after dawn Friday nnd were last reported from Cologne Ger many where a French accompany njr plane turned back to Paris cow to New York took off from Seward at a m Pacific time yesterday morning and land ed here at p m negotiating the distance in 7 hours and 34 minutes Will Rogers Says BEVERLY HILLS cai sept 30 We are all in a lather over this Shearer and the lobbyingIf ono man with no official con n e c t i o n can change a whole conference Its not him you want to inves tigate its the guys that he influenced And its the same if we have senators and con gressmen there that cant pro tect themselves against these evil temptations of lobbyists we dont need to change our lobby we need to change our repre sentatives Any person that cant spot a propagandist and lobbyist a mile away must be a person so blind that they still think toupees are deceptive and caut tell a hotel house detective from a guest Yours WILL ROGERS BORGER TEXAS GRAFT REPORTS BRING SOLDIERS National Guard Rules City at Governors Orders DORGER Texas Sept 30 JJ Brig Gen Jacob Welters who beaded a trainload of state troops who arrived from Fort Worth of ficially declared Borger under mar tial law at 9 a m belt an hour af tcr the soldiers arrived One minute after General Wolters alighted from the troop train he read the proclamation of Governor Moody which stated that martial law had been declared for Borger at p m Sept 28 He carried two proclamations from the state exe cutive Governor Moody ordered all offi cers suspended except the mayor the city attorney the city commis sioners and the justice of the peace and pointed out the lawlessness that has existed in Borger Eightyfour soldiers of the Texas national guard were on the train of whom were officers Arrival of the troops almost wna overshadowed by interest In the scheduled preliminary hearing of Mayor Glenn A Face on a charge filed yesterday by Texas rangers that he caused a state witness in one of Borgors two score unsolved murder coses of the last two years to leave toisnT The mayors arrest wag the re sult of investigations by rangers and representatives of the gover nor sent here to hunt the assassin oE District Attorney John A Holmes that they had evidence im plicating city and county officers in a criminal conspiracy DELMERlGGERT DIES IN IDAHO Former Local Man Was In jured Thursday as Horse Fell Upon Him Delmer C F Kggert employed for nearly 15 years in the composing room of the GlobeGazette dtec Sunday evening at Pocatello Idaho as the result of injuries received when a horse fell upon him Thurs day it was learned here Monday morning His mother Mrs Lewis Eggert who left Mason City when the re AT DEATHS DOOR Dr Albert A Mickelson not ed Chicago scientist mid Nnbcl prize winner is reported near death at his Chicago home Ho is 77 years old port of the accident was received here Thursday was with him at the time of his death aswere his wife and Mrs W W Fletcher mother of the wife who accompanied Mrs Lewis Eggert to Pocatello Left for Pocatello Mr Eggert left Mason City for Pocatello about a year ago During the war he served In the 168th in fantry Rainbow division under Col Glenn C Haynes now state com mander of the American Legion He was among the first soldiers to leave Mason City when the war broke out He was born in Stacyville Oct 5 1898 On July 1922 he was married to Miss Anzonetta Fletcher of Ma son City He is survived by his par jents Mr and Mrs Lewis Eggert Mason City his wife and son IDuane age 6 and two brothers Clif ford employed in the GlobeGazette composing room and Emanuel a student at Carleton college North field Minn Funeral Not Sot Funeral arrangements have not been made altho it Is intended that the body shall be brot to Mason City for burial Clifford Eggert left Monday morning for Northfieldto return neral with Emanuel for the fu NAVAL EXPERT SAYS HE DIDNT WRECK PARLEY Americans Didnt Want Failure Propagandist Relates Sept 30 William B Shearer tho 25000 observer for American shipbuilders at the 1927 Geneva naval limitations conference testified today before a senate committee that no member of the American delegation had wished to see the parley end in fail ure and that he did not claim he had broken up the gathering Do you know of any one of our representatives who worked against arriving at any agreement asked Chairman Shortrldge Only one Shearer answered He introduced the political clause which was for another naval build ing holiday He did not give this Storm Heads to Towns on Gulf Coast Rescue Workers Go To Aid Of Steamers Stranded By High Winds BULLETIN PKNSACOLA Fla Sept 30 velocity at Ponsacola had reached 90 miles an hour for a period of two minutes shortly before 1 oclock this aft ernoon tlio Pcnsacola weather bureau announced The velocity for a five minute period was G8 miles an hour Tho barometer at oclock hnjil fallen to 2923 and was still falling DENSACOLA Fla Sept SO 1 The local weather observer at 31 a m advised that the tropical storm now off the coast here would pass inland with Pensacola near the center about 2 p m and warned residents of the fashionable bay shore section to evacuate their homes as heavy seas might accom pany the disturbance The wind had attained a velocity of 62 miles an hour over a five min ute period with occasional gusts of 78 miles an hour recorded The barometer had dropped to 2932 at KNIFE BOUT ON PRISONS FARM PROVES FATAL Charge of Murder to Bo Brot Against Man Who Attacked FORT MADISON Sept 30 Washington 43 a May son City Negro is dead heid and Theophilus Davis also col ored being held for murdet following a fight engaged Jit by the two at Prison Farm No 5 here yesterday afternoon In the quarrel which is aaicj to have resulted when the Ma son City prisonerasked to have his dinner served early Davis is said by witnesses to have attacked Washington with a meat knife Death oeV cmred at night from the irii Junes The body is being held pending instructions from Ma son City relatives which hatj not been received at 3 oclock persons name Shearer for Parity Shearer said he himself was for the American program for parity wjth the British navy that if he had not been ho would have been with the British who wanted 750 Rex Shaffer Associated Pros writer telephoned from Milton FJa that the train on which he loft Jack sonville lost night was maroone and that some of the passenger were seeking to reach Pensacola b automobile MOVES NORTHWARD By THE ASSOCIATED PBESS The West Indian hurricane with estimates of its intensity low ercd by revised reports of damage to the Bahamas whirled northwest ward across the Gulf of Mexico to day at the rate J this afternoon No inquest is to be held ms cording to J N C Hamilton county attorney Trial of case will be held at Keokuk Washington began a 10 yeas term for in 1918 Bjf wasparoled once but waajfti imprisoned and was about end his term according to thi nrisnn wnrrlan and caused moderate gale to be felt asfar inland as Tallahassee Floridas capital city The Washington weather bureau placed the storm at 8 a m ahout TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 4 NORTHWESTM E PASTORS NAMED Methodist Church Confer ence Ends Its Session at Eagle Grove 000 tons of cruisers Agreeing with Senator Short ridge that he used his brains and ability to get out the facts Shearer said he also used one other thing That was the naval intelligence data giving the proposed plan of Great Britain and Japan what they would attempt at the conference and did do Shearer said Then it isnt a fact that I Eagle Grove Pastor Tenders Resignation EAGLE GROVT3 Sept resignation of the Rev Ployd D Reeves of the Congregational church to accept a call tothe Con gregational church at Cedar Falls was read at a business session held at the close of service on Sunday The resignation was accepted and will take effect Oct 13 The Rov Reeves has been pantor of the locnl church for three years coming here from Oklahoma Cltv Olcln you sought to break up the conference pursued Shortrldge That is ridiculous to anyone who read Ambassador Gibsons speech the witness replied You didnt claim you broke up Lhe conference No Quite certain Quite You didnt write that Reeves Denies Charges No I said tho conference broke p but you wont find T in front of that Before Shearer was called Rear Admiral Joseph M Reeves one o the American naval experts at the conference denied the testimony of Drew Pearson a newspaper corres pondent in Geneva at the time of he gathering that he had expressar the hope that the Geneva conference would fail The admiral said all thinking ex perienced men wanted naval limita tion with parity for the United States with tho largest navy be cause only by such an agreement could they have an equal chance in the event of war mlnhlo 30 of comfnJr year the v T e Northwest Iowa conference of the Methodist church adjourned here to Night Club Proprietor Held DETROIT Sept 30 Cohn proprietor of the Study club Detroit cabaret In which 22 per sons lost their lives in a fire 10 days ago was charged with man slaughter in a warrant signed to day by Judge Christopher E Stein in recorders court day A heavy schedule of rouline and important executive business made necessary the holding over of tho conference from last aight Yesterday those attending the meeting heard Bishop Thomas Nick olson of Detroit score the modern tendency to be flippant and cited the increase in divorce as a result of tuts evil The Rev Gilbert B Traveller was the speaker last night Appointments include ALGONA H Lease superintendent Alexander D Buckwalter Algona C V Hulse Armstrong C B Mitchell Ayr shire E E Benn Belmond J T Snycler Britt G W Eggleston Buffalo Center A A Howe Burt J E Clifton Clarion F W Ort meyer Clear Lake J R Tumble son Corwith O E Schnal Crystal Lake I C McTulty Dolliver M L Carver Emmetsburg M L Sunder lln Esthervillc W A Wlntersteln Fenton E T Gerkln Forest City M D Bush Garner C H Van Metre Golclfield D M Simpson Good Hope A H Wood Graettlne er Fremont Faul Hardy s l Jacobson Havelock C L Day Kanawha Thomas Balho Klemmn H E Whyte Lake Mills Ada M Nash Laurens C H Seward Lu verne H A Reyman Ledyard F O Johnson Mallard D L Mci Dowell Plover C J Mekkelson Rowan G W Squires Ruthven J D Woolcott South Vernon LH Mayne Swaladale F W Whitford Swea City B L Weaver Thomp son Bclden Weikel Thornton W G HcddJc Tjtonka L D Gardner Ware W V Schuldt Wesley C H Monre West Bond H T Pharo Whittemore C 73 Stevens Woden N L Hotchlcis prison warden DR MICKELSON IS NEAR DEATH Famous Chicago Scientist However Lets Doctors Do Worrying gept SO X Mlckelaon of the University of Chicago genius of science Nobel prize winner and the raan who measured the speed of light lay day near death HIa physicians held only slight lope for the man whose 77 made the dangers of pneumonia more pronounced A minor tlon was performed three ago and Professor Mickelson Professor Mickelson dcspita his grave condition is leaving his phv slcians to do the worrying said rHerman L Kretschmer Hia Ightlng spirit and the will to sur mount all difficulties may win thd battle for him The scientist had afever of 103 arly today hta physician aald Pneumonia had settled In the rishfi ung and effortu were being mid o localize it there When a man thinks he is too die Ified to argue he usually is fasti op bullheaded to r1 Review h AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen IT I feel wicked buyin a ten dollar corset but if Pa can afford to lend money to that ornery brother of his I can throw it away too ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: September 30, 1929

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