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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY HOME ERITI0N UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUEPLMENTAL SERVICE NO 313 I British Premier Concludes Visit at White House iter DISCUSSIONS OF CUT IN NAVIES ARE COMPLETED MacDonalds Will Spen Rest of Time at Brit ish Embassy WASHINGTON Oct 8 Prime Minister Ramsay McDon ald and his daughter Ishbel tool leaved today of the President an Mrs Hoover whose guests the have been since Saturday From the white house they wem to the British embassy which will bi their home until they leave for Philadelphia and New York Thurs day eriroute to Canada president and the prime min tftfgjer parted soon after breakfast Hoover went to his office for an early conference with Secretary Stimson regarding the reply to UK C British invitation to attend the ua val limitation conference at London In January After reaching the embassy Mac Donald conferred with British of ficials who accompanied him to the United States and attended to an accumulation of official business Miss MacDonald drove to the li brary of congress DISCUSSION OVER By JAMES I WEST AssoclatJJt fresa Staff Writer TOTpN Oct S Hoover andPritmkiMin MacDonald the of their frank discussions ol ons might form the point of friction between the American and British peoples hasyet to record the re of their experiment in inter national of per sonalcontacts between the heads of each radiates a confidence that a long forward step has beea taken in Anglo accord Naval Problem Settled With the vexing question of gen neral naval parity or equality be TUBN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 2 DISMISS THREE iURDER CHARGES Deputies Wont Be Tried for Killing of Strikers N Car Oct 8 yMuriJer charges against three sher iffs deputies growing out of the KHling of five strikers in a riot at Manufacturing coin igetiys plant today were dismissed the states attorney announced that he accepted anonsuit in their cases IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy to cloudy xties day night and Wednesday j possibly rain in extreme south portion slightly warmer In east and centra portions V LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for t 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Warmest Monday 64 Coolest in night 31 At8 A M Tuesday 41 Rainfall Trace i The lowest temperature thus far ln October was registered Monday r Pfgkt The wind continued in the northwest Tuesday Will Rogers Says SANTA MONICA Oct 8 Everybody it talking about the fine prospects of a world peace from this trip of Mr MacDonald and already it has had tremen dous good ef fects But after its all forgotten and a couple of different men in both countries are in these ferent ideas why the lasting im pression of Premier MacDonalds trip will be the effect that daugh ter of his had on thesegirl cig aret ars Up shelas and nose kal somining of ours over here Miss MacDonald has been so busy all j her life learning how to be agree able and wholesome that she hasnt had time to worry about how she looked and as a conse quence she looks lovely Yours WILL ROGERS SPOKANE BANK NEW ADDITION TO AFFILIATION Institutions WA fAlso in Northwest Bancorporation The territory of the Northwest Bancorpbrationwas extended Mon day into the Pacific northwest when lie Spokane and Eastern Trust com pany an institution with deposits of 513167174 and resources of i59548 became affiliated with the 3ancorporation group which is leaded by the Northwestern Na tional bank of Minneapolis accord ng to an announcement by Col Hanford MacNider vice president Two important Montana banks also became members of the corporation group Monday Affilla ion of the three western institu ions increases the nurfibfer of af iliated banks to 73 and their total to TheMon ana banks are the First State bank of Malta and the Hill County State TO GALL EYE WITNESSES IN PANTAGES CASE Eunice Sobbing Com pletes Two Days on Stand LOS ANGELES Oct 8 nice Prlngle 17 coed dancer having completed her story of an al leged attack which she says oc curred in the cubby hole office of Alexander Pantages multimillion aire theater man the state today prepared to introduce the testimony of its list eye witnesses in Pan tages trial on a statutory charge Miss finishing two gruel ling days on the witness stand was led sobbing from the courtroom yesterday after being compelled to parade before the jurors in the low cut scarlet ensemble she wore on the day she visited Pantages of fice Defense attorneys followed her display of the garment with ques tions regarding scanty costumes worn in her dancing acts W L Gordon the states first witness to the alleged attack was to resume the witness stand today for cross examination by defense attorneys Gordon who operates a womens apparel shop in a theater building on the same floor as Pan tages suite of offices testified that on the afternoon of Aug 9 he attracted Pantages office on the mezzanine floor by a woman a scream Physicians Ask for Pint of Blood to Save Mothers Life CEDAR RAPIDS Oct 8 An appeal for a pint of blood held necessary to save the life of a young mother was issued here today by physicians They said the trans fusion must be accomplished today otherwise her chances of living arc poor Her husband gave a pint of blood a week ago three weeks after the birth of their child and improvement resulted Since Sun day however the mothers strength has waned bank of Havre The Spokane Eastern Trust company whicb has capital of 00000 and is the second largest inancial institution in eastern Washington was established in 890 Its directorate includes busi nessmen representingthe diversi ied Interests of that territory which include lumbering grain TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN A CULTLEADERS FACE 5 SUITS olice Continue Investiga tion of Mysterious Death of Girl protruding door and whan he pushed the door open he saw a mans hand holding the girls ankle He said the girl ran out screaming crying and hys terical The defense intimated that an at tempt would be made to impeach Gordons testimony GROUP BRINGS ABOUT ANOTHER G 0 P DEFEAT Customs Provision Is Fourth to Lose in Senate Vote BULLETIN WASHINGTON Oct 8 The senate today rejected a re publican amendment to the tar iff bill to extend to lubor agri cultural and consumers organi zations the right now given manufacturers to intervene In customs coses The vias 44 to 41 PLAN REFORMS IN JUDICIAL Court of Appeals Announces Intention of Expediting Justice OMAHA Nebr Oct 8 tification to attorneys that the court of appeals of the eighth fed eral circuit plans reforms in pro cedure to expedite justice and a declaration by Justice Johit M 3rimm of the Iowa supreme courl that the time has come for law LOS ANGELES Oct 8 veird affairs involving The Divine Order of the Royal Arm of the treat Seal which came to light with the finding of the body of la Rhoads 16 buried at the home of her foster parents here wera fur ther complicated today by civil salts against members of the cult filed by Clifford R Dabney oil onerator The filing pf five suits agahist Mrs May Otis Blackburn and other members of the cult seeking the return to as well as an oil lease and 164 acres of Ventura county land was disclosed yester day while police investigated the death of the Rhoads girl and ran down reports that many members of the religious order had disap peared Dabney in his civil suits stated hfi and other cult members advanced money to Mrs Blackburn pending completion of her book The Sixth Seal which was to reveal by use of the lost measurements min eral wealth beneath the earths sur face yers to risein selfdefense against unjust public criticism of bench and bar were high points in speeches delivered last night at the Nebraska Bar association banquet welcoming the judges who are conducting the first sitting of the circuit court In Omaha Circuit Judge Arba S Van Valk cnburgh of Kansas City commentec on the request for a speeding up ol federalcourthearings which Chief Justice Taft of the United States supreme court voiced in a speech 1 Sunday at a Washington confer ence of federal judges He said he had opposed the recent division of the former bigeight federal circuit which includes Iowa Judge Grimm who is president of the Iowa State Bar association urged serious consideration of the increasing criticism of courts and the legal profession Much of this criticism is unjust and there Is little of It that points our specific faults in our court sys tem he asserted As a matter of fact I believe that the system is near perfection and that the faults which devolp are faults of individ uals Two More Banks in St Paul Chain ST PAUL Minn Oct 8 Affiliation of two more banks one in Montana and the other in Min nesota with the first bank stock corporationwas announced here yes terday bringing the number in the group to51 The latest additions are the Com mercial National bank of Bozeman Mont and the Farmers National bank of Blue Earth Minn The Montana bank has resources of 53 342272 and the Blue Earth bank 5786855 Combined resources of the corporation now total ot ttie demo cratic and Independent republican groups to dictate the entire tariff bill had fresh support today as de bate approached on the crucial rate schedules Continuance of the coali tions power three times victorious in contests with the administration was seen by its leaders in the defeat of the republican amendment to per mit customs appraisers in certain instances to resort to an estimated value in levying ad valorem rates Regular republican leaders insist ed however that the vote on this issue 4437 did not sustain the claims that the coalition would hold intact thru consideration of the numerous changes proposed in the imposts which is expected to start tomorrow or Thursday Confronting the last of thr amendments proposed to the admin istrative clauses of the bill the sen ate today turned to the republican proposal to give labor as well as manufacturers and importers repre sentation in customs litigation A move to prevent nullification or the coalitions victory over the ad ministration in taking the flexible tariff powers away from the presi dent meanwhile has been initiated by Senator McKellar democrat Tennessee His proposal is that the senate itself instead of the vice president cesignate the chambers committee when the time comes to confer on differences in the measure with rep resentatives of the house which voted to continue the flexible tariff policy favored by the president SCORE BY INNINGS Athletics Cubs 7 o K H HHD PLAY BY PLAY FIRST INNING up strike 1 called foul strike two ball one outside Ball two high Bishop grounded to Grimm and was out at first unassisted Haas up Ball one outside Foul strike one Ball two outside Strike two Haas swung hard but missed by a wide margin Strike three called Haas struck out on a curved ball over the inside corner Cochrane up Strike one called It was a fast ball thru the center of the plate Ball one low and inside Ball two it was a curve ball outside Foul strike two Cochrane swung hard and Just tipped the ball Ball three it was low but over the plate Ball tour Cochrane walked The fourth pitch was low and ouside Simmons up Strike one called Root threw to first He threw again Ball one outside Strike two called It was over the outside corner Strike three Simmons struck out swing ing at the third strike No runs no hits no errors one left up Ball one in side Strike one called Ball two outside Emhke was using a slow curve Foul strike two The ball went into the stands McMillan touted out to Cochrane who caught the ball half way to third base English up Strike one called It was an outcurve Ball one outside Ball two inside and low English beatvout a hltrtoshort was deflected by Emhkes up low Athletics he swung FIRE DAMAGE IS ABOUT Two Large Barns Burn on Property Near Nashua Partially Insured NASHUA Oct by fire here Sunday morning to the two large barns belonging to E A Roach has been placed at 515000 The fire firat was noticed about 4 oclock The origin of the fire is unknown but both barns were filled with hay The Plainfield chemical wagon was unable to cope with the fJames and the Waverly ffre com pany was called to assist in pro tecting the home and adjacent prop erty Two automobiles and the ma chinery and stock on the first floors were saved The barn was lighted with electricity but it is not thot hat that was responsible for the ire Mr Roach carried insurance but only partially The Roach brothersare extensive property owners of Plainfield and wn more than 15 farms in thatorougy ocallty Jthe piate strike one swung but up Ehmke threw couple balls be fore pitching to Hornsby to see if his hand had been hurt Strike one called Hornsby flied to Miller near theright field stands Wilson up Wilson flied to Miller In short right field No runs one hit no errors one left SECOND INNING up Foxx hit safely to left field for one base on he first pitched ball Miller Strike one swung Ball one and outside Foul strike two Foul Root was throwing a fast ball and a fast curve Ball two outside Miller struckout swinging at the third strike Dykes up Strrke one called A curve ball Foul strike two The ball went just outside third base Ball one inside Dykes had to jump back Dykes singled to left Foxx stopped at second Boley up Foul strike one It was a hit and run play Both runners were moving Ball one outside Foul strike two The ball went into the boxes Boley grounded to short and was doubled with Dykes Eng lish to Hornsby to Grimm No runs two hits no errors one left up Strike one he swung Strike two he swung again Ball one high and outside Foul it went into the stands back first base Ball two inside It al most hit Cuyler Ball three high Cuyler struck out swinging Ehmke was using a very slow curve Stephenson up Ball one in side Ball two outside Strike one called Foul strike two Ehmke was not giving the Cubs good balls to hit Ball three inside Foul Near right field line Stephenson struck out The third strike was called as he started toward first vbase Grimm up Grimm singled to cen ter on the first pitched ball Taylor up Strike one swung Foul strike two Taylor flied to Foxx near the pitchers mound No runs one hit no errors one left THIRD INNING 50000 Fans Crowd Park for Opener By ALAN 3 GOULD Associated Press Sports Editor WRIGLEY FIELD CHICAGO Oct 8 weather more suited to football than baseball with a cold breeze whipping thru the park the Cubs and Athletics battled today In the first game of the 1929 worlds series The home field of the National league champions was filled to its estimated capacity of 50000 fans bundled in furs and overcoats for the opening struggle between two of the most colorful clubs in base ball It was a duel of righthanders at the getaway but the veteran Connie Mack sprang a surprise by selecting his 35 year old veteran Howard Ehmke to oppose Charley Root Joe choice Has Been Relief Hurler Root is the National leagues lead ing flinger but Ehmke has not been among the As regular twirlers at any stage of the season acting mostly in a relief role and has been in only about half a dozten complete games with preference to George Earnshaw and Lefty Grove fast ball stars who had been figured as likely to get the call T Mack crossed expert still vtT Dig southpaw to the Tbull pen for e warmup and possible call to the res cue Both teams put their full strength on the field for the firot battle Mil ler started for the As in spite of a heavy cold Cold Gloomy Day WHIGLEY FIELD CHICAGO Oct 8 somewhat cloudy autumn weather a brass band and those perennial baseball comedians Nick Altrock and Al Schacht today greeted the crowd that poured Into Wrigley field for the opening game of the worlds series between the Cubs and the Athletics After semiriotous conditions out side the park for several hours the TUIIN TO PAGE 24 COLUMN 2 Ehmke up Strike one Strike two he swung again This was a ball outside Ball one outside Foul into the boxes of the Cubs dugout Ehmke pop ped to McMillan who came in fast Bishop up Strike one called Ball one outside and low Ball two out side Strike two called Foul back to the screen Bishop lined to Eng lish who took the ball without moving out of his tracks Haas up Ball one outside Foul strike one Ball two outside Ball three put side This was a curve Strike two Haas bunted at the ball Foul against the screen Ball four Haas walked Cochrane up Strike one swung Taylor threw to first but Saas slid back Foul strike two Into the stands in left field Ball one high Cochrane hit to McMil an and was thrown out at firat he third baseman recovering the No runs no came to missed the ball a foot Ball one outside Ball two outside and low Foul strike two Into the left field stands Root struck out swinging at the third strike a curve Mc Millan up Strike one called Foul strike two into the stands Ball one inside McMillan singled to center English up English hit into right for two bases McMillan go ing to third Hornsby up The crowd was rooting loudly for a run Strike one swung Ball one low Strike two swung It was a slow curve Ball two high Hornsby struck out swinging for a third strike Another slow curve Wilson up Foul strike one into the stands In right field Strike two Wilson swung at another lazy curve Wil son struck out He swung at a ball near the middle of the plate No runs hits no errors two left FOURTH INNING up Strike eiie swung Foul strike two into the stands back of third Foul against the screen Ball one inside Simmons flied to Stephensou in deep left Foxx up Foul against the screen Strike one Ball one inside Ball two inside and low Strike two called a curve ball thru the center of the plate Foxx grounded to Hornsby and was thrown out at first Miller up Foul back to screen strike one Foul strike two The ball hit Millers bat Foul into stands back of the plate Foul into stands back of third Miller went out Hornsby to Grimm Root had a good hop on his fast ball No runs no hits no errors nono left up Strike one called Ball one outside and low Foul into upper deck of stands strike two Cuyler struck out for the second time swinging vainly at a slow ball Stephenson up Ball one outside Foul strike one Ste phenson went out on a marvelous one handed catch by Dykes who speared the ball as he was stretch ed prone on the ground Grimm up Strike one called Strike two swung Ball one high Foul into right field stands Ball two out side and high Ball three low Ehmke kicked claiming it was JIMMIE FOXX GETS HOMER TO PUT AS AHEAD IN OPENER Ehmke Mack Hurler Pitching Sensational Game to Smother Cub Star Hitters Finds Weak Spot of Hornsby Wilson BULLETIN WRIGLEY FIELD CHICAGO Oct runs in the ninth by Cochrane and Simmons put the ahead 3 to 0 BULLETIN WRIGLEY FIELD CHICAGO Oct Foxx Athletics first sacker clouted out a homerun in the first of the seventh inning to give the Mackmen a lead of 1 to 0 Foxx hit the third strike high over Vilsons head into the stands WRIGLEY FIELD CHICAGO Oct Chicago Cubs National Leaguechampions and the Philadelphia Ath letics champs of the American were battling a 00 game as the sixth inning came to a close in the opening game of the worlds series here today The superb pitching of Howard Ehmke veteran right hander of the Mack tribe appeared to have the numbers of the hard hitting Cub array for in one inning with a man on second and a man on third Ehmke struck out Hornsby and Wilson Charley Root ace of the Cub hurling staff was doing good work and retired some of Connies best batsmen Early in the game the fight settled down to a pitchers duel More than 50000 persons braved the cold raw day to see the series opener Some confusion was caused at game ti of umpires fto pTJTf r lure The first Inning ended scoreless despite the fact that each side got a man on the Athletics thru the medium of a walk and the Cubs when English beat out a hit to shortstop Ehmke iifter walking Cochrane fanned Simmons and Hornsby flied out ending the Cabs threat in the opening frame With two men on the second tbe Athletics ran into a double play af ter Foxx and Dykes had got on with singles when Boley grounded to shijrt Miller had previously struck out In the Cubs half of the sec ond the Bruins ran up against some star hurling on the part of Ehmke who struck out Cuyler and Stephen son in succession Grimm connected or p single but the next man up Taylor filed out Got n Man On Ehmke and Bishop both went out n the prescribed manner in the Ad half but Hass drew a walk altho it did little good for Cochrane hit to McMillan and was thrown out at first After Root had gone out mid McMillan singled in the Cubs third Inning English comes up and knocks the ball for two bases Mc Millan going tothird Ehmke then bore down on the Cubs batsmen and struck out Hornsby and Wilson in succession The first of the fourth likewise was a no run no hit no error af fair with Simmons Foxx and Mil ler going out In order Simmons flied to Stephenson and Foxx grounded to Hornsby while Miller was out Horns by to Grimm Cuyler Strikes Out Cuyler for the second time fell to the Ehmke hurling and struck out and Stephenson made the sec ond one when he hit to Dykes Grimm got awalk but was caught trying to reach second Cochrane hurling the ball to Bishop like a shot The fifth for the Athletics saw no body on and Dykes struck out fdl lowed by Boley tagged at first and Ehmke who flied out to Stephen sonThree of the Cubs men in the fifth went the route too Taylor Root and McMillan the latter strik ing out on three pitched balls The Athletics still trying vainly to get a man on In the sixth went out one two three Bishop was out English to Grimm and Haas count ed the second one with a long fly to Wilson while Cochrane fouled out to Taylor The sixth was a startler for the Cubs English Hornsby and Wilson going out by the strikeout method making Wilsons second strikeout of the game The inning made five good Ball four Grmim walked on a ball high and inside Taylor up Strike one Grimm was out steal TOKN TO PAGE 24 COLUMN 1 straght strikeouts for hurler In the seventh Jlmml letics first baseman a homerun into the st the Mackmen in the went out to Wils wise Miller and Dykes on flies SEARCH FAILS FOR AVIATORS Arctic Flyer After 1500 Mile Flight Unable to Locate Group WINNIPEG Man Oct 8 radio message today told of a 1500 mile flight by a Canadian aviator over the barren lands of the Canad ian northwest in an unsuccessful search for eight aerial prospectors missing for 30 days Punch Dickins known as one of the most skilled Arctic flyers radioed from Fort Smith on Al bertas northern boundary that he had completed a search from Fort Reliance at the east end of Great Slave lake to Bathurst inlet on Canadas far northern coast The flight of the Western Canada Airways pilot eliminated from the search all but a short section of the route which Col C D N McAlpine and his seven companions had in tended to cover in their two planes Four other planes are in the search for the missing men III o AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Sallie has had so much of her cut out an scattered around that old Gabriel will have to blow assembly on Judgment Day to get her gathered together Di II J OJ It I a   

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