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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas LY Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLMENTAL SERVICE NO 311 HOOVER Laborer Buried by CaveIn at Greene Is Badly Hurt ABE SCHDER NOWINOHA1ES CITY HOSPITAL at Bottom of 14 Foot Sewage Ditch Used Machine Mason Gity Osage Monmouih Iowa 1st and 3rd HEADS MICHIGAN Oct beneath almost 14 feet of dirt when a sewage ditch which he was helping dig in Saturday morning Abe Schneider 33 now is in the hospital at Charles City sorii ously it licit fatally injured j lit was unconscious when dug j from the dirt shortly afterward by I nicana of the dredging machine being used on the work Before his wife was notified of the mishap he was rushed to tho hospital in Charles City where a hasty exI animation showed him to be still living It is believed that Schneider may be hurt internally His wife was summoned after he hud reached the hospital 1 The accident happened in the i sewage ditch being dug at the in1 lersection of Tracr and Fourth X streethere near the Greene Luth 3eran church About 5000 feet of j i sewage ditch has dug here on the project this summer WHERE CONVICTS BATTLED F1KST iriSKIOD Pittsburgh JO Duke I Ohio Weslcyan 0 Heidelberg 0 Wittenberg 0 Ohio State 0 ML C SECONDS LEAD The Mason City seconds at hc end of ths first hall had scored touchdown over the Charles City seconds but bad failed in the poiat after score Both teams are fighting Both teams are going strong and j battled the first quarter on even i terms The Mason City touchdown came shortly before the end of tho I half The score at the half stood fat 6 to 0 I At the end of the third quarter I the score was unchanged Mason I City 6 Charles City 0 FRENCH SAILORS Alexander bpon University of1 North Iowa Cr Kutliven lias prc idcnt of tin bj the months lie hns Itten lie id of tlio h vmn sue Jc1 C irciiLC CooU Luilc and for years he luis held an ni pnrtuut executive post nil lit nilchifjan faculty Imsldont Kuthvcn was bnrn lit Uuthvcii in 1alo Alto couiily and the town received ils nnmu his father Crew Abandons Vessel 15 Miles South of Port land Ore PORTLAND Ore Oct 5 Nineteen members of the crew of j the French motorahip Brctagne 1 T 1 i abandoned their ship 15 miles soutii I T 1 P1 IT 11 N i i of ITmatilla lightship and were res JO A s cued by the ateamer Whituej Ol son said a message from the latter QOF PRISON View of the Colorado state prison at Canan City uherc 13 were killed and many wounded as the result oF a mutiny in which prisoners captured the prison arsenal and fired some of Hie cell blocks Guards captured In the first rush of the convicts were held as hostages and later executed when prison warden refused to comply with requests tor means of escape LiuUsr the leaders of the mutiny were reported to have killed themselves State militia were called out to aid in suppressing the riots Many Investigations of Mutiny Ordered by Officials FEAR BREACH IN RANKS OF GO Tariff Vote May Widen Split of Republican Reg s uars Oct senate today looked forward to the beginning next week ofits PUSHED HIGHER BY ORDERS TO vessel intercepted early today by lln Mackay Radio and Telegram com pany station here long tariff rate contest ovei Up at First Rounds Report Coste Landed at Manchurian Village PARIS Oct B Rcutcr dispatch from Osaka Japantoday it was annoimced at Harbin Manchuria that CapL Dieudonne Costo French aviator who has been missing for more than a week and his mechanic Jacques Bellonte landed at 3 p m yesterday at the village of Kowchinza near Tsltsihar Wea i I IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair Saturday night and Sunday Warmer Saturday night In south and cast por tions and in extreme southeast portion Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazete weather figures for Jff 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock TV Saturday morning M Warmest Friday fifl t Coolest in Night 42 At 8 A M Saturday 51 Friday was another sample of October at itsbeat The maximum was 60 pleasantly warm and the it minimum waa 10 degrees above the M freezing level not uncomfortably cool considering the season But A clouds commanded the situation morning and rain seemed iL as likely as a clearing off WEEKS FORECAST For thc upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Tempera tures mostly above normal week as i whole will be dry but probaoly ane or two local shower periods By PAUL K SHCKBLSOIV Associated Prrss KjortH Writer OAKLAND HILLS COUNTRY CLUB BIRMINGHAM Mich Oct r Collett of Pebble Eoach Cal seeking her fourth na tional womens golf championship 1 tip on Hrs Lcuna Prcsslcr of Los Angclen at theend of IS hole in their 3G Hole championship match here today i Miss Collett gained a two up loal on the first nine holes by niakirs the journey in yg strokes 3 under par as compared to Mrs Preaslera 40 but was outplayed coming back Mrs Presslcr squared thc match on the loth green by scoring a birdie two They halved the 3ui ccedingfour holes with three pars j carpenters hammers replaced the staccato of machine and a two fold investigation of thc bloody mutiny got underway and prepara tions were made for funerals of 12 NEW YORK Oct 5 stock market which had sustained one of the worst breaks in its his story this week rallied in sensa tional fashion today in response to thc strong buying support that hud been placed over night Initial gains of to 510 a share were scatered ovc a wide list of issues several blocks of 5000 to 10000 shares changing hands in the early trading before them toclaj the senators saw the way opening toward a or the way opening toward a or r widening of the greatest breach in i Q republican ranks the chamber o L C4JLJLLCL experienced in years who lost their lives in battle ancij massacre Ot the 12 seven were guards The other five were convicts one fatally wounded by a guard three slain by lhn ringleaders of the revolt and the leader who ended his life when Republican regulars hoped for a O VTI Oi of the victorious group of JLV d i L Li Before Judge dissolution of the victorious group of democrats and independent rcpuulil cans that beat them in their effort tocontinue the flexible tariff policy 1 indorsed by President Hoover j Uelittlc Iredietions his chances for freedom glimmered Democrats inclined to belittle ma to nothingness With his death the joiity predictions that the thrice mutmy ended as suddenly as it be tested victorious in the exportdebenture farm relief While hundreds of convicts not break under thel participants in thc mutiny bent to i tasks of rebuilding eellhouses and other buildings plans were taking form for investigation of the trouble Sanford Bates director of federal prisons J Edgar Hoover chief of of investigation of the Wife of Theatrical Man Will Hear Sentence for Manslaughter Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Oct Mr Hoover certainly ought to feel relieved to have the senate say to him You have nothing to do with this tariff let us fix it What a holu that let him out of The best he could yet was the worst of it Even M r Coolidge a s cautious as he was when he was the head man got in wrong by just low ering the tariff on some kind ot quail it was base sing ing quail or something Thats the only change he made in six years with the tariff was just on the poor little innocent Yet it brot down on him the wrath of the Catholic the Pro testant the Kiwanis Daughters ot all revolutions home fnr snowbound birds association Senator Borah and the demo crats So the senate accldently favored the president Yours WILL ROGERS SHIPS START ON VIRGINIA CAMP WILL BE SCENE OF DISCUSSIONS Secretary of State Will Also Be WeekEnd Guest WASHINGTON Oct fl resident Hoover nnil Illmr Minister Mnclonuld will spend the weekend at the presidential lodge an Ihe headwaters of the Kapldan river in the Blue Kldpfe mountains it Virginia The party will include Mm Hoover Miss Isuuel MacUonnld i and the Secretary of Stutu and Mrs Stlmson j They will leave In midifler noun after MnrDoualil mid his duujfhter go to he white lioutie to be theguests of Ihe Ircsi dcnt and Mrs Hoover until Tuesday morning The relurn to Washington will bh made curly Monday In limn tor the premier to visil congress lit noon and a brief ad dress to the senate By JAMES L WEST i Assochiled Iress Staff Wriler WASHINGTON Oct 5 round official calls clainiel Ramsay MuuDonaUl the British i prime minister today before he and his laughter Ishbel went lo the white house lo be guests of tlio President and Mrs Hoover tuitll next Tuesday Altho threatening clouds tho heavens plans were roadq at housS foviftUeKdijsUHis ABE REINSTATED Faculty Committee Session Clears Iowa Grid Men on Eve of Game IOWA CITY Oct 5 men off a coachs chest was the sit uation of Coach Burt Ingwersen following announcement that many of his University of Iowa football players had been declared eligible by the Hawkeye faculty athletic committee According to C C Williams committee chairman Sanscn and Hickman backs Blackman end and Hantleman lineman were re lieved of difficulties Saturday rnci u ing He also aid that a secret ses sion ot the group Friday morning had resulted in the reinstatement of Carlson end Affre quarterback FORD AIR TOOR Planes Take Off at One Minute Intervals for Windsor Can pvETROIT Oct Flying a red Trainer biplane C M Meyers Cleveland piloted the first from the Ford airport at 10 a m inaugurating the 3029 na tional air tour One minute after Mey off Capt William N also flying a Trainer was went away on the 5017 mile tour The more than a score of planes entered in the tour were given the starting signal at one minute intervals and Elting center Nine others in1 will eluded on the list by persistent iu me el 1orf1 night were never in Windsoi they take off for igiblc said but had oeen whcrc they thc ni The flyers headed for Windsor to Canada the Can customs After luncheon at Toronto President aVd Mrs Hoover apdilSe Secretaiy of State and Henry L Stimson to the chief executives rustic camp in the Blue KitJgo mountains of Virginia 100 mileaby motor from Wsmhfiiijlon The return was timed for early Monday so that Mr MacDouald might Xisit congress rtt noon and speak lo the senate before lunch eon at the while house Hegiin Courlcsy After a night or res at tho Erit ish embassy the prime minister arose early and brerusfastcd with Sir Esmo Howard the British im biisiiador and Liidy Isabella arcl He attended to some official correspondence before starling at a m upon courtesy calls upon the Canadian miuiatcr Vincent Massey and Michael MacWhile the minister of the Irish Free Static With an escort of motorcycle po lice tinprime minister drove t the capitol half an hour ahead of temporarily suspended pending In vestigation which should clear them and an eagle but Glenna who is out iustice pov to write golf history by capturinWH Coolado board of corrections coroner s ilitary and opportunities to gain a good load this morning hy poor putting On why by whom and where the temp est started Nearly 1000 prisoners were with lit i I y ijj Vfciv HII three greens she blew goodchances shelter as apresult fires lhat by taking three putts from eouswcpt thc Buildings Twisted steel paratwely easy distances worlt was scattered about the gran ite buildings Damage of to S100000 was caused by fire and the subsequent attack by national guardsmen and volunteers on the stronghold of thc felons Buffalo Publisher and Transit Board Chairman Succumbs BUFFALO N Y Oct 5UV J Conners Sr chair man ot the CourierExpresn nud Great Lakes Transit corporation boards widely known in financial industrial and political fields when1 bio interests extended from his nn1 live Buffalo lo Florida and Cuhn I died suddenly early today at his i home on Delaware avenue from I lie j effects of a heart attack I weight of conflicting interests in tcrest many of the numerous industrial ANGELES Oct 5 1 in the trial of Alexander theater magnate onencls MilcB Fairoh Thomas Irving off minute intervals on thc I 1 I 1 rr1 1 T JLL t11 JIMlll In I beyond uoubt These nine were ho from the airpoiL Lo lho der TSf Canadian port rate proposals a statutory charge brot by 17 year j Nelson Lloyd Jensvokl ami Ha The customary recess dancer dwindled temporarily to fidty backs All were definitely day as his wife Mrs Lois Pantages suspicion hut were never sir prepared to appear in superior court j Jusly questioned The Saturday was discarded today for a special three hour session intended to clear the amendments given right of way hear from i meeting also cleared these men ahead of the rate schedules one to 10 years in San Quentin pen University facultv rulings aui Possibility of delay in starting Hentiary for manslaughter i not Big Ten regulations were ii the debate on the imports them selves seemed lessened by the alti tude of democratic leaders toward the desire of Senator Thomas dem ocrat Oklahoma to move for livni TUKN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN I jCorwith Auxiliary Elects New Officers CORWITH Oct Amer ican Legion auxiliary has elected find installed new officers for 1930 Thc president is Mrs Grace Page first vice president Airs Russell Mosely second vice president Mrs j Kora May secretary Mrs Pauline Schmidt treasurer Jliss Elva t KljllTihaiiuli WHY WAIT UNTIL SUNDAY An extra edition of the GlobeGazette containing all scores and detailed write ups of the principal Cootball games will be on the streets at 7 oclock Saturday eve ning Thruoul the summer this ser vice has been supplied cm base ball scores enabling Mason City readers to read their box scores 32 hours ahead of thc morning papers The question arises Why wall until Sunday lo rrail iilxmt the football games nnil idler sports events1 Russian Flyers Are Forced Down Flight Is Delayed for Weekj CRAIG Alaska Oct 5 four Russian aviators flying from Moscow to New were safe here today after their monoplane Land of the Soviets been foicec down by motor trouble at Water fall 12 milea north of here Flying thru a severe electrical FIND FUGITIVE BISH PILE storm and fighting a terrific winJ j the airmen narrowly escaped din aster after both motors of tho tnoi I oplane stopped Resumption of the flight lo WOULD DISMISS YARNES CASE Defense Will Present Motion When Court Reconvenes on Monday SPIRIT LAKE Oct 5 motion to dismiss the manslaugh tor charge of Harold Yarnes pilot Rokumoto Japanese gardner fa1 of Ames was captured by of the speedboat zipper for his part tally injured June 16 in a collision i this morning two lays after he in the boat crash which took 9 livea of their automobiles sawed his way out of the Storyon Lake Okoboji last summer will The woman has been in precarious county jail at Nevada Harold presented by thc defense when Pantages trial was adjourned j volvod it was stated yesterday until Monday with Kunice Pringle coed dancer who brot the charge against him still on the stand Miss Pringle recounted her version of the alleged attack the multimillionaire made upon her Aug 9 in the stairway cubby in liis theater building and resisted efforts of defense attorneys on cross i i n uri n i examination to impeach her She will Umer rriSOner WflO tSCapeu further quMlion Mrs Panlages was found guilty of responsibility for the death of Juro From Story County Jail Is at Large AMES Oct u JP George McCoy port of entry about miles distant was lo put a continu ous string of planes into the air thc first plane off reaching thc first landing place before thc last plane had made the tours initial takeoff Vice President Curtta Tlicy cliRl tcd for p few minutes before being i joined by Senator Moses of New I Hampshire president pro tempnrc the senate SI el Several Senators Like the prime minister Mr Curtis was attired in morningdrasn Smoking acigaret Mr spoke of his visit here and at the same time met various senators who called to pay their resfKCli Senator Watson of Indiana the re publican leader arid Chairman Hale of the senate naval commit tee were among thc visitors After 20 minutes the premier ac companied by Mr Curtis Sir Ttfamn Howard and Representative Porter of Pennsylvania chairman of the house foreign affairs committee TO PAGE 2 COLUMN I health since the collision which oclof Boone who escaped with him is currccl the state alleged while she still at large was intoxicated It was indicated McCoy who was under a 25 year she would be carried into the court sentence attempted to secret htm room Repeated inlfiliations that she self in a pile of rubbish in a shed at would not ask for probaiion have been given The ctatc was prepared lo resist trial cfforls to obtain a new CroUr fnlo Tears In Ihe trial of TVinUigcs Miss court reconvenes Monday W E Bedell defense council an nounced his intention when court adjourned over the weekend last night Tho motion will be based on hia sisters home here but of rcrcvl i the grounds that the presence of nj no resistance when found He said crime has not been established he and Zenor ipcnl Thursday amlj Tho prosecution was nearly fin Friday in cornfields near Huxley J ished with its evidence yesterday joining o nne witness Lucille Patterson of i DCS Moines alone remaining Bedell while officers patrolled adj j roads They separated last night McCoy was in a weakened eondjjsaid in case his motion in overruled Uon lie hiul left his nhocs in would place seven or eight wit stolcn car he and Zenor wrecked nesses on tho stand Seattle thc next stop n the j mile air journey probably will noi I be possiblefor a week because a r new motor must be Installed in the i f monoplane The motor and supplies Pringlr broke into tears once an she i will be shipped from Seal tic related Ihe alleged occurrence in Puntagrs private office Under de fense questioning she denied she ever spent two claya had been taken to the liny office corn olubl i nMnn n m i before Aug D or that alic acceded to f LONDON Oct o UP Olc wcnU1 ly uioater mans advances j dome of St Pauls cathedral thu willingly Talkie film are to be introduced masterpiece of Christopher VVror He smothered my screams with011 many at sea it appearsj One of our poets it is said always near Huxley Cathedral Dome Reinforced early Thursday and barefooted in Most of the prosecuting the were nassengers in the Zipper or thc Misn Thriller the two boats involved in ths crash I will be reinforced by a gigantic steel chain weighing GO rti i quiringsix months lo manufacture his hands thc girl said T kicked TIcvcn help thc sailors on n night recites his verses to his dog After him as vigorously as I was Mile strtiRSlocl until J Oiinlcd this will take on n new mean the R S P C A cant be every where at The Passing Show AUNT HET By Robert Quillen You can count the silly girls achasin boys in this town an know just how many mothers ought to be in thc home for feeble minded   

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