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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home EDITION XXXVI BTVT3 CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON fTTY 1111 IUWA ATHLETICS WIN loon 14 1929 UNITED PRESS ANDINTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLMENTAL SERVICE SERIES Kidnaper at Wells by Police Officers I it FARM YOUTH IS ARRESTED HELD FOR JURY TRIAL Charged With Attempt to Carry Rural Teacher From School UTELLS Minn Oct Boelke 20 young farmer living four miles north of here was bound over to the district court froni a jus lice court Saturday on a charge of attempting to kidnap Miss Martha Donough teacherof a ruralschool near here Boelke who previous to this of fense has never been arrested on tny charge entered the schoolhouso seized Miss Donough and started to his automobile parked outside Pupils of the school created an uproar and attempted to rescue their Instructor and Boelke was obliged to leave Sis arrest came Friday after sev eral days investigation by local law enforcement officers He was ar raigned Saturday afternoon and was held for district court consideration Bonds for his release were later a rangcd by his parents with whom hj makes hishome V at is beltoycd that Boelko had iiflycr seen MJlss Donough previous 16his attempt to carry her away itatiyes statg th at they ou th has lieaitlj s cpmirfitted while mentally m HIEARSE FIRED ON BY PAIR Men Apologize to Driver When They Find Bodies of Wreck Victims CHESTERTOWN N Y Oct 14 men who fired upon a hearse were classified today as hi jackers by customs authorities Gnu of the men wore a uniform similar to that of customs border patrolmen The other had a badge Hamilton McCrea agent In charge of the customs border pa trol at Champlain said no robber patrolmen had been near Chestcr j town Saturday night f Jho hearse was taking the bodies jof two automobile accident victims Jfo their homes in Salem N Y SiU fnrday night when the hien fired I three bullets at it one bullet slrlk the rear the vehicle t James Stewart driver of the Hiearse said the men in another au Ptomobile commanded him to stop JThey searched the hearse and apol Jogized when they saw the bodies SKe Wea IOWAWEATHER Fair Monday night nnd Tues day warmer Monday night In central nnd northeast portions LOCAL STATISTICS GIobeGazetle weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock Monday morning Warmest Sunday 67 Coolest in Night 34 At 8 A M Monday 43 For like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Warmest Saturday 58 Coolest In Night 81 More beautiful days than Sunday iseldom come to Iowa in October And thats no mean compliment Cither for to a good many this irnonth is the best of the entire year Monday morning the mercury was jfairly leaping up the column under influence of a bright sun and a jioutherly wind VICTORY SMILE BOONE Has SHOOTS JANITOR AFTER ASSAULT MACK The venerable Connie Alack who has annexed his fourth world series title when his Ath letics bent the Cubs for the fourth win of the series The score was 3 to 2 Two Men Arrested in Connection With Sioux City Death SIOUX C1TY Oct 14 persons are being held tor investi gationin connection with the death of j Jo ey Maringabou t whose body was found a hotel he died of poisorj JL L J Martin Deepwater Mo and R R McKa hon Barnes Kans who were ar rested yesterday maintain they did not know Maring STAfESUESTO GET Fox Film Company Made Defendant by Iowa At torney General DES MOINES Oct 14 state of Iowa thru the attorney generals office today brot suit against the Fox Film company a New York corporation to collect an penalty for ita alleged fail ure to comply with the Iowa law relatingto filingapplication to transact business in Iowa nnd n copy of its articles of incorporation with the secretary of state The petition filed in Pollc county district court by Assistant Attorney General Gerald O Blake recites that the company Ans failed for S7S days to comply with the state law on which showing a day penal ty is sougrht Several other cases of similar im port against large foreign corpora lions are being prepared by the at torney general Combined penalties asked will amount to several hun dred dollars One suit of this nature was filed several months ago and resulted in settlement be fore the case came up MASlSGATHER FOR CONFERENCE Judge Dewey E R Moore and W W Bowers Among Guests of Mason City Members o the Masonic ordar 1 from all parts of northern Iowa gathered in Mason City Monday for the district conferenceand fellow ship meeting planned by the grand master Charles A Dewey and the local committee w A Westfall H F Wilson and W H Patarson Judge Dewey was in charge of the officers conference hnltl at Uio Ma sonic temple at oclock Monday afternoon Plans were completed for the ban quet to be served in the Baptist church parlors nt oclock Mon day evening wbci tallis will bf riven ny Judge Dewey Ernest Koorc past grand master and W W Bowers grand champlain Children Sen Circus ROCKVILLE the courtesy of Stanley Dobosz Post of the American Legion 60 children at the Tofnnd county temporary home for children were brot here recently to see a circus Victim Had Threatened to Kill Wife of Farmer DOONE Oct 14 Cowhick L janitor at Iho Napier consolidat ed school lies in the county hospital today recovering from bullet wounds received Sunday when Dr Chanes Rhoads of Boone shot him after Cowhick had attacked relatives and friends Police said charges of as sault with intent to commit murder Scheme for Tariff Vote WASHINGTON Oct 14 Sen ate leaders gatheringto worl out some means of ending the ap parently interminable tariff debate were confronted today with a ready made solution for their problem which its author Borah of Idaho claimed would bring the measure to a final vote within the short space of 10 days His plan was one to which Chair man Smoot oC the finance commit tee and other republican sponsors of the bill could hardly agree As the method and price of such tin early disposition of the much argued legislation SCORE BY INNINGS 123456789 R H E Philadelphia AS HEROES conditional Borah called capitulation for to un the would be filed against should he be found sane Cowhick Cowhick and Roy Osting also of Napier with their wives and chil dren were visiting at the G C Ben nett home north of Pilot Mound The janitor told Bennett he was go ing to kill his wife When Bennett attempted to interfere Cowhick fired on him but did not seriously wound him Bennett struck Cowhick with a neckyoke several times before the janitor disappeared into a grove a few rods away While the families hurried into a neighbors house Bennett ran over to the river to obtain help from Dr Rhoads who was fishlrigiirrhe m6n fentered the renand shBltiJr Cowhickapproached the house and fired into a window whereupon Dr Rhoads fired halting Cowhicks attack group of independent western re publicans and its firm intention of rewritingthe measure in accord ance with the purpose for which the special session was oalled Will HangTogether Regardless of the time that it takes he said the independents TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 2 HOLD SALESMAN IN GRAFT CASE Swindle1 of Cedar Rapids NANKINGS RULE IS THREATENED BY NEW REVOLT Troops Mobilizing toRe place President Chiang KaiShek PEPING China Oct 14 Jincreasingly serious situation culmination of which may he civil war and unseating of the govern ment of President Chiang KaiShek at Nanking appears to be forming in China In practically province troops are mobilizing and armies being coordinated to replace Chiang with Feng YuHsiang one time Christian general and Yen Hs Shan model governor of Shansi province Resent Nanking Order The match which has set aflame the tinder of Civil war has been the order of the nationalist government for punitive mcanures against the Kuominchun or peoples army a the troops of Marshal Feng call themselves This came as the sequel of H fierce denunciation of Chiang by commanders of the Kuominchun who declared the Nankingpresident was enriching himself at tho pcnsc of the state They charged he had been drawing a million dollars a month from the national treasury for personal expenses and had usurped dictatorial powers The document concluded with a statement that 400000 men were being mobilized for a campaign against Nanking with the death of Chiang their avowed subject This was said to be the only positive measure which would insure ihe safety of the country Famine Is Famine conditions recently have grown rapidly worse particularly in he northern provinces where hundreds have died dally of starva tion for months Bread lines in Sianfu Shonsi are said to he so long it sometimes takss two days for the person at the end of the line to reach the station and receive one scanty ration Children have been abandoned or killer to keep them from starving to death Suicides are numerous CEDAR RAPIDS Oct 14 Baynard D Cowan 29 bond sales man today was awaitingarraign ment on a warrant issued on three informations which authorities say charge him with perpetrating a swindle involving about 595000 Cowan arrested here Saturday formerly was a representative of n large national securities organiza tion He is said by County Attorney Carl Hcndrickson to have admitted sellingfake securities and fake in terim receipts for several months Included amongthe customers arc said to be two local banks and sev eral smaller banks in this vicinity EDMUND MILLER President and Mrs Hoover to See Fifth Game of World Series WASHINGTON Oct li Mrs Hoover QC a party of friends President and companied by left this morning for Philadelphia to attend the fifth game of the Worlds series between the Ath letics and the Cubs Among those in the party were Attorney General and Mrs Mit chell and Secretary Agriculture and Mrs Hyde The president ex pected to reach Philadelphia short ly before game lime and planned to go directly to Shibc park NEVER TOO LATE SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHI4 Oct 14 score AB RH PO A McMillan 3h4 o 1 2 S English ss 4 0 I 3 3 Hornsby 2b 4 o 0 2 4 Wilson cr 4 0 t 1 0 Cuyier rf4 1 1 30 Stephenson If 3 l l 1 0 Grimm Hi 4 0 1 JO Taylor c 4 o 4 Malonn p 3 o 1 0 0 THREERUN RALLY IN NINTH DEFEATS CHICAGO CUBS 3 2 Malone Weakens in Ninth to Permit Four Hits One a Homer by Haas Ehmke Knocked Out of Box in Fourth Ti SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Oct 14 Tha IH Philadelphia Athletics with a dramatic ninth inningrally to Hclay won the worlds championship by beating the Chicago i j Cubs 3 to 2 in the fifth game played with the president and n Mrs Hoover as spectators o Tho they collected one hit off Ehmke in the opener the Cubs put over no runs McMillan was out Hornsby popped English beat out Totals 33 2 8 20 10 i trying to steal Malone AB R H PO A Rlwns pitchinggood ball at the start 1 Hornsby popped English beat out a hit to pitcher and English was out Bishop UL4 1 1 2 Hans ct4 1 1 I Couhranc cA 0 0 JO Simmons It4 1 2 Foxx Ib 8 0 0 8 Miller rf4 025 Dykes 31i 3 n n Boley 3l8 0 0 1 Elnnke p 1 o 0 AValberg p l o 0 0 o 0 0 GEORGE HAAS It was double Iiy Miller itlmre in the moments ot rio InilnclelphiaCfiicago game lhat gavo the tltlo to the Ath letics in thrilling fashion 3 to i sifter Hans hud hit u lionu1 run scoring two runs curlier in thr frame Totals31 3 6 21 0 out when winning run was scored for WtUberg in 9th Chicago 000 2QO Q06VOO Lftuns butted TVylor Hans 2 Miller Tivo base Wf lofjMalone Simmons Miller Home Stolen Double to Grimm English to Hornsby to Grimm Left on 6 Iliiludclphlu 4 Bases on Rlimlca Stephenson off Malone 2 Cocltrane Struck Ehniko 1 by VFalberg j English Hornsby Wilson Sieph cnson Grimm by Malonp I Bislicii HHJIS Bolev Iitehcrs records Off Ehmko 6 hits runs earned iii 3 JJ3 Innings with 15 lit hat off Wnltmrff 2 hits 0 rnns in J5 13 innings 18 at but off Miilone 3 ournert runs Win nine AVI I in in T Klem nt the plate Willlnm H Dinnecn A first hasp Charles B Mo ran N second luisc Kny Vim Graf inn A third busn Time of game 1 0 01 and Bishop contributed the first 0 01 strikeout with Haas he of the hil 1 ingfame flied out to Stephenson n and Cochrane was called out at first 1 after a perfect throw from English 0 With a bit by Wilson to start off 1 0 the first of the second and with 3 o Stephenson getting a walk after 2 0 Cuyier had forced Wilson at second 0 the Cubs made strenous efforts to 0 score But Cuyier was trapped off I first and Grimm went out to Foxx A double play in the second for the As helped the Cubs retire the side in short order after Simmons had got a hit Fpxx hit into the double and Miller was out attirst 96 PASSENGERS ARE TAKEN OFF STRANDED LINER Empress of Canada Goes Aground on Pacific Coast VICTORIA B C Oct 14 Empress of Canada one Ehmke was doing largfeatlinera Burns Prove Fatal KEOKXJK Oct 14 re ceived when he started a fire with crude oil which exploded were fatal to Roy G Trump 25 of New Bos ton a farmer His wife was severely burned State officials battle over Showing the stair is just one big Svm Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Oct I dont know what its the height of but it slio is the height of something ter rible And that is when 40000 000 people have been listening intently to Gra ham McNamee for two hours describe a thrill ing world series game and then hear We will now switch you back to the studio for the safety can opener hour where you wilt be highly entertained by Ssuah Wow who will whine for you that ditty I junt dont believe I can prevent myself from caring in a small way for that steaming broiling half burned man of mine after which those harmon izing hounds will entertain you during Rosenbaums catchup hour YOVK s WILL ROGERS PANTAGES WILL BE OWN WITNESS End of States Case Against Theater Man Is in Sight LOS ANGELES Oct 14 end of the states case against Alexander Pantages multimillion aire theater inan charged with it tacking Eunice Pringle dancer ap peared in sight today with the an nouncement that prosecution testi mony possibly would be completed by adjournment tonight Defense attorneys Indicated that Pantages would take the stand anil I offer a complete denial of Miss Pringles story of what happened in j a conference room adjoining the the ater mans private office on the clay of the alleged attack Pantaees is expected to be one of the first do Pet slck show to dsplay fensc witnesses PLANE BRINGS CALF TO SHOW Other Entrants at St Louis Come From Vermont on Foot ST LOUIS Oct Tf Ti of travel oC entrants in Hie national ciahy exhibition which began its third day at the arena this morning vailed greatly Two Ayrshire cows were trekking miles from 1275 Vermont while a 3 months old Guernsey calf was due by airplane from Little Rock Ark this after Malone had hit for two MUian arid English weht out in or der Nothing stirring in the last oj the third and Dykes and Boley and Ehmke were the only men to face Malone who was pitching fine ball Wsiiberg Supplants KimiUe Howard Bhnike was knocked from the box in the fourth wheii he per mitted three nits and a base on balls in four men at bat Rube Walberg wns sent in to save the day and he did retiring the side without fur ther damage A quick recovery by McMillan of Bltthops hot liner to third prevented a runner getting on base In the As half of the fourth and Haas and Cochrane both went out at first Walberg too was doing his stuff at this stage with McMillan and English going out on Hornsby striking out What might have been a mity started in the last of the fifth when thru an error by Hornsby Foxx got on after Simmons had flied out Mil ler singled and the threat ended when Dylccs and Boley both went out Wilson Cuyier and Stephenson with an out apiece told the story for the Cubs in the sixth The Cubs in two innings were unable to touch Walberg for a safety Malone held the As powerless in their half of the sixth svhen Walberg flied to English Bishop to Hornsby and Haas was struck out The lucky seventh passed fur the Cubs with Grimm and Taylor flying out nnd Malone went out on a foul to Cachrane hack of the plate There were no 10 runs in the Athletics half of the seventh even tho the inning started auspiciously with Cochmne getting a pass Simmons flied out and Foxx hit into a double noon Cattle judging also started this morning in Ayrshire and Brown Swigs cultural colleges also judged cattle j in their annual competition while to the poultry building where Louis nationnl play to retire the side The Cubs tried lc Three physicians who examined Miss Pringle after she fled from the little conference room were to ap pear and give their testimony today Tillic Russo former usher cm ployed by Pantages was still at the disposal of defencj attorneys or further cross examination Miss Riisso fainted as she left tho stand Friday after she had testified thai Faniagcs coached her cis to what story she was to ell the district at i torncy boost thjir total in the eighth wheu McMillan jv y c 1JJU U1UW1J u L f i classes Teams from 28 on when he fired H hot one over 1 colleges also judged cattle i SftTaTtXESS to fly out and English and Wilson to strilce nut Again only three men appeared at bat for the As Uio eighth Miller and Dykes flied out and Bolcy went via the strikeout route A hit by in the ninth turned to naught when Grimm and Taylor went out after Cuyier to their judging anility IotirH club dairy and poultry demonstrations began today while tonight the future farmers will par when the vessel went agroundyes teiday afternoon in a thick fog were transferred safely ashore bythe steamship Otter Damage was estimated at 000 First attempts to refloat the ship proved unsuccessful The ship was nearing William Head quarantine station when sho struck The were in the smoking loom awaiting examina tion by quarantine authorities One of the passengers said Capt E Griffith ordered the engines stopped shortly before the ship piled on the rocks There wns no confusion aboard it vas said and the passengers were aken off about three hours later by he Otter rushed to the scene by the Canadian Pacific Railway com iany owner of the stranded liner The Otter steamed to Victoria where the passengers were quar ered pending their departure for Vancouver B C Capt E Aikmaii general super intcndent of the Canadian Pacific ocean service said he expected la float tire liner at high tide The Canada was leaking in thretj holds and her ptinips were kept going constantly It was planned to Low the Em press of Canada to the government dry docks at Esquimau for repairs The crew of approximately 200 re mained nbourti the ship and was dcr dared to be in no danger AttendanceRecord Broken LOUISVILLF records attendance were broken at the elev enth national convention of the Am erican Legion here It was estimated that more than 50UOO marched in the annual Big Parade while more than 200000 peopla jammed the streets to sec the spetv tacle I Four Russian Flyers Hop Over C l SEATTLE Wash Oct 14 Safe in Seattle after n hazard OUR flight from Moscow four Rus sian aviators today disclosed thi they were considering n transAl lantic flight as a sequel to their present undertaking which will b completed when they rench ade their cattle in the arena Seven teen 4H dairy calf club members champions in their home states ar rived yesterday The national horse show competi tion will be continued tonight with the stake for 5 Railed stal lions featuring the program Iowa Senator Scores U S Industrial Lobby j WASHINGTON Oct 14 i Asserting an Industrial lobby nnrt the press were striving to have the flexible provisions reinserted in the j tariff bill Senator Brookhart reI publican Jow said in the senate today he would offer 100 amend ments to the agriculture schedule and follow this up with a demand start the Cubs last time at bat hud flied out lo Foxx It was a ninth i inning rally that beat the Cubs when Malone weakened to permit four hits Bishops single starter the works and Haas homerun tiod the count A two base hit by Sim mons n walk for Foxx ant a single bMiller did the trick i Chicago 2 PLAY BY PLAY FIKST INNING CubsMcMillan up McMillan hit to Dykes and was out to Foxx English up Strike one culled Ball one outside English hit to Ehroke and beat the throw to first for a mil L1HJ1 IILJ 1CII rt I n u f tor adoption of the export debenI PStn lure plan for hnnJlimr from crop jBa nc Hornsby jampluses TCKN TO II COLUMN I AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Ia trioil to outargue me about buy hi a new rug for the diiiin room but there aint no man can hold out jf three clays in the face o siI lencc an hash I   

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