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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                COWP HI R 10 H C HIS MEM DEPT OF wn NF 5 I A North Iowas JEditedfor the Home THE NEWSPAVKU THAT MAKES ALT NORTH IOWANS NEIUHBOKS HOME EDITION XXXVII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 221931 NO 266 fypitalism Safe i Find Easy Asserts Marsh GUARDSMEN LEAVE FOR TIPTON V STEWART ASHINGTON Sept 21 CPAi capitalis tic system will not be over thrown this time says Exe cutive Secretary Ben j amin C x Marsh of tfee T Peoples lobby the decidedly left wing or gan i z alien of which Prof John D e w e y of Co lumbia univer sity is head but it will have to pay its own way henceforward who live under it are out of lence with its periodic break Ins afhey are thoroly sick of being led on at virtually regular mter to take care of millions ot 1kers for whom capitalism if it iny good ought to consider itself jponsiblc year in and year out ih no depressions in between This is the sentiment which Sec guy Marsh reports he found near Jeverywhere on a recent tour of country coast to coast s IO we are not going bolshevis tic continued the veteran rad and a half per cent cither are capitalists or hope rtinally feeling thus we want told system to survive until our L chance then we Jit it to survive indefinitely Nev Xttrii lo raso 1 Column 11 llOWANSLOSE China Ready to Fight Japanese AWAITS LEAGUE ACTION BEFORE HOOVER IN APPEAL TO LEGION Two Governments Thot Ready to Combine Against Enemy BULLETIN TOKIO Sept Zi strongforce of Chinese troops made a counterattack today ut Kungchuling south of Chiingsliun and about luilt way between1 Sfultden anil Harbin The attack began nt m NANKING Chlnn Sept 22 Addressing a mass meeting o day Chiang KaiShek head of the Chinese nationalist government said that if the league of nations and Kellogg pact signatories fail to uphold justice between China l BRAVE SHOWK MADE BY MASON TWO MASON CITY COMPANIES SENT TO HELP ENFORCE T B TEST LAW IN i Hstil in Caiise DES MOINES Sept 2Vpv check today of loss resulta from lightning wind and hail danw0 in southeastern Iowa last night J cd that three persons were land probably in I damage was done The dead Frnnlc Slump Vm Mtlc Valentine Scliadt fiirnic nciiv Mrs Jficlik ingrain Bur lington Schadts body was found tar buried in wreckage of his Jtarm home near Noble soiilhvfef Crawfordsville Mrs Schadt fered an injured collar bone broken nose and perhaps internal injuries Body Beneath Tree Stumps body was discovered i ncath a tree badly burned fninS i v Mrs Ingram died Monday nght iivlicn the farm home north of Crlw lordsville of her sonrinlaw Dtan and Japan regarding Manchuria the national government is prepared for a final and supreme struggle I shall lead the army and the entire nation said the Chinese president in the fight for the pres ervation of our race and to uphold the dignity of our people Stand or Fall Let me assure you that I shall stand or fall with my countryI shall go to the front and if neces sary fall with other patriots Reports previously were widely circulated both here and in Canton that peace was aboutto be made be tween theNanklnggovernmerit und This Associated Ircss tclcphoto shows Ircsiclcnt Hoover addressing American Legionnaires lit their convention in Detroit He culled on Iho cxscrvice men to enlist in peacetime fight for government to help banish depression Rosalie Willson Friend of Children Succumbs was wrecked by Ue I SITUATION AT GLANCE By THE ASSOCIATED Fresh fighting reported at Jcitiiying Mukden suburb occu pied last Siturfluy by Japanese troops Japanese military plnno shut down by Chinese near 31ulfilcn Chinese communists 1iiH In at tempt to bomb Hurbln Japanese consulate but branch of Bank of Korea and newspaper building slightly damaged Japanese cabinet still undc Jiied on important questions of policy in Manchuria but definite action anticipated today Chlnu to observe national hu miliation day Wednesday Alfred Chinese minister to London presents Chinese note ot appeal to league of nations Wole subject iif consideration by council today Washington udtninist ration views Manchuriiin situation as having increased in seriousness wcekcnil but state depart ment loath to act Funeral Thursday Congregational Church Mrs Rosalie Willson knowri for 40 years as Mason Citys greatest friend of children died at her home at 311 South Pennsylvania avenue early Tuesday morning Death resulted from the effects of a stroke of apoplexy she suffered Saturday Sept 12 With her a tthe time of her death were her three children who came from remote comers of the Omtcd States when they learned of their mothers condition Miss Dixie Willson New York Cedric Willson LONDON MARKET PLANS TO OPEN Signs of Slow Adjustment to New Conditions in Evidence Local Legionnaires in Parade of 100000 Service Men DETROIT Sept 22 L Citys drum corps made a brave showing as the Iowa contingcn swung into line in the annual Amer ican Legion parade today for a fivi mile march under a broiling ho sun Iowa had seven drum corps am drill teams in line from Mason City Sioux City Fort Dodge Muscatinc Dubuque and Cherokee Including marchers the contingent numberc probably 1500 Iowas float was lined with corn stalks representing the states cor production a lone staK at the rea represented the production of other 47 states Passed in Kcview Memory and martial music brn back the freshness of youth to 100 000 feet as the Legion passed in re view for the thirteenth time since its members were mustered out of their countrys service Shoulders that once ached under packstraps and since have become rounded and stooped over desk and workbench straightened again as the boys of 17 who are the men of forward tli By Great ASSOCIATED V1JESS entered its second terrific wind u Mrs Harry Bekel of Germanvilli jas seriously hurt when the Bske near Germantown was razed Sweeps 10 Farms The twister swept across 10 arms between Ainsworth and Jrawfordsville ten miles southeast QE Washington Washington county the storm center with an edge Henry county also hit Territory oulcat of Waytand near Noble bore iSvorld liirunt of part of the storm pay near Noble and Crawfords 3rail fclt the furv of the storm j those of S Kraibill Henry I never be Gols Henry gchautz The aeria Davis Henry Yodcr All of homes demolished or fairness and outhouses ribs of aarcasr tions very 1 Td peop mira the itotirgent regime in south Chinn in order that the nation might pre sent a united front to deal with Japan Called by President Chiang Cni Shck a conference of Chinas lead ers discussed until iatc lust night he invasion and occupation of ibuMiern Manchuria by Japanese UNT MET By Robert Quillen SI raj ic I dont want nobody tellin me Ive got a charm in personality Its just a kind way o sayin youre nicu in spite o homely forcts Throngs Attend meetings were attended by huge Ahrongs Students paraded with btnners deploring the situa tion Visually all of China united in a plea j the league of nations to intervene n the invasion of this peace loving law abiding people It was asierted the Japanese ac tion showed utter disregard of the Kelioggond Washington treaty loUi Kans and Meredith San Francisco Funeral services will be held at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon at he Congregational church where Mrs Willson had been a dominating in fluence for several decades Dr W L Dibble pastor of the church will be in charge Burial will be at Elm woo u Worked Day Beforo Mrs Willsons illness followed an active day in her beautiful garden in the rear of the house which she was preparing in anticipation of a visit from her son Meredith In the week that followed she recognized her children in fleeting moments but the last few days sank into a complete coma that continued until her death early Tuesday morning Mrs Willosn was born in Charles City in 1860 the daughter of Gtts tavus G Reiniger a prominent law yer and Lida Mcacham When she was about 0 years ot age the family moved to Union Mo where her father was active for a lime as dis trict judge When she was 8 yean old her father Cied and the mother day of six months suspension from the gold standard with signs of slow adjustment to new conditions and tho London stock exchange pre pared to open Wednesday Trading on the New York ex change ng on went back to normal pro portions with prices slowly from Mondays reaction An official ban against short selling remained in force The British pound sold at 104 francs S4077I and 105 francs at the opening of the ofti FAVOR COMMISSION By JAMES V HOWE TOKLO Sept 22 lap anese government today notified Its minister to China that it stood ready to approve the proposal of T V Soong Chinese minister of fi nance for the appointment of a joint sinoJapanesc commission to endeavor j solve the jviaiichurian controversy While this step was being taken toward Amelioration of the difficul Turn n TnKr 2 Column took the family to Brighton III where Mrs Willson lived until she was married Loft Lasting Influence In 1885 she was graduated from the Kindergarten course of Armour Institute at Chicago and in 18SS was graduated from the Kindergarten department of Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls Before and after receiving these degrees she Turn In tngf roltmtn cinl money Amsterdam market Bourse Paris reopened The and Lake Superior Ships Hunt for Motorboat Lost Since Thursday DULUTH Minn Sept 22 All vessel masters on Lake Superior this morning were requested by the government lighthouse service to aid in a search for a government motorboat missing since last Thurs day when it left Marqucttc Mich for its station at Stannarcl Rock light station Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Sept has happened to Englands gold standard I dont know any more about it than a prominent man knows about re lieving depression I know you cant get any gold out of the Bank of England even with a check from the king indorsed by Gandhi We got all the gold over here and look how pretty we are sitting Yeah It looks like the financial giants of the world have bungled as much as the diplomats and politicians This would he a great time in the world for some man to come along that knew something Yours WILL flOGKPS the Netherlands bank announced it would take outstanding contingent positions German Exchange Closed A bankers conference in Brussels decided to constitute a consortium with resources of 5280000000 to support the local market if neces sary German stock exchanges and metal markets remained closed The federal structures committee meeting in London promised to sup port the rupee The bank of Bom bay raised its discount rate from 7 to 8 per cent The bank of Brazil switched its exchange transactions to a dollar basis of 161 milreis to 100 cents Foreign Kxchungo Restricted England planned to enforce anti profiteering measures Purchases of foreign exchange were restricted Rushed thru parliament in record ime and signed by a royal commis sion tho British governments emer ency measure suspending the god standard went into effect for a pe of six months Tiia house of commons passed it fust before closing time Monday night in spite of halfhearted at iacks by labor backbenchers and the house of lords required only two minutes to give it the necessary three readings The commission acted for King George who is in Scotland No Vole Split There was no division on the fin al vote but the government woi majorities of about 100 on succes sive closure motions Labor mem bers opposed the bill chiefly on the grounds that economy metsurcs al ready adopted were unnecessary ii gold payments were suspended Chancellor Philip Siiowdrn wi sponsored the measuie went on tne iiir to assurethe nation that the fall in the pound sterling would be limited and to invoke its confi ccnce in the governments ability weather the crisis heeded the cry march Tho line of march was fully four miles long It started forming a m on aventio and Grand from tho reviewing stand and the last units were instructed to report In parade order four hours later Led by O L Bodenlmmer of Arkan sas Past National Commander the parade moved Lo the music of about 350 bands and drum zations which came from the fat corners the nation There were uniforms of all colors and descriptions The legionnaires marched 1G abreast over the long route They shouted and waved their sticks anil afted as if they were the boys they oncewere Had Tall Corn Flout Iowa occupied a big place in the line Fort Dodge contributed a drum fife and bugle corps Mason Citys drummers and buglers followed Cherokees drum major had one of the biggest and whitest fur shakos in the line Iowa City contributed in addition to its drum corps a wom ens drill team in gilded helmets blue military blouses and olive drab matching those of tho musical organization A tall corn float carried men singing Towas praise Muscatinc and Sioux City drum and bugle corps moved behind the big float and then came the drummers ana horn blowers from Ddbuqiie Instru mcntaliy and vocally the marchers tTnni tn ItiRfl 2 Column rawford Shaffer and Grummon Command Local Troops A TOTAL of 115 national guards men from Mason City boardefl special Rock Island train TUBSi day morning bound for Tipton where they will form part of i force of 2000 armed men mobil ized to enforce the bovine tubercu lin test law in Cedar county The Mason City unit consisted ol the entire available personnel of Company F undcv command of Capt Frederick B Shaffer and Company H under the command o Capt Stuart N Grummon Mm George Crawford battalion com mander went with the troops The special train consisting1 of two coaches and a biiggage car pulled out of the Rock Islam sta tion shortly after S oclock Tues day morning going north lo Manly where it will take the route to Ce dar Rapids and then to Tipton To Join Train The schedule of Harry H Odlc1 city freight and passenger agent ot the Rock Island who accompanied the train was to pick up two addi tional coaches and baggage cars at Waterloo where Company D ana Company B arc situated Company G of Fort Dodge and Company V of Webster City were also sched uled to join tbe Mason City train nt Waterloo At Cedar Haplrts Headuartars company ot the Mrsi battalion arJ Company C will he added to IV train The dor Hiiro of the uniformed fron the local station was IN COMMAND clays Sweel soldier boys in is a MVT GEORGE CKAWFOUD Bill to Reduce Texas Cotton Acreage Signec AUSTIN Texas Sept 22 Gov Ross S Sterling today signed the bill reducing Texas cotton acre age next year and in to about onehalf of what it was this year HOOVER HEARS IOWA CORN PLAN Governor Turner Lunches at White House Follow ing Conference WASHINGTON Sept 22 Governor Turner and a party of Iowa agricultural representatives today discussed with President Hoover economic conditions in the midwest The governor lunched with Mr Hoover at the white house aflcr the conference which followed colls on Uic farm board and Governor Meyer of the federal reserve board The party came to the capital to seek adequate finances for Inwa farmers at a low rate of interest Gov Turner said the moving ot some departments of the govern ment are too slow and ponderous This is an emergency proposition and should override some of the intricate machinery of government He said Meyer had suggested that Iowa banks wake up and handle the situation Governor Turner was scheduled to leave here at p m today to return home in connection with the marshalling of Iowa national guard troopi in Cedar county for bovine tuberculosis testing He will arrive in DCS Moincs at 7 p m Wednesday troops reminiscent of war hearts kissed their goodbye Mothers had difficulty i keeping back the tears on scein their boys in uniform leaving Seven Machine Guns Both companies carried full fieild equipment Company H which machine gun unit bad seven ma chine guns ready for action and 45 000 rounds of ammunition Com pany F a rifle organization had 1000 rounds of ammunition but ex pected to get more upon its arrival The order to mobilize here was received from the office of W H Bailey adjutant general Captain Shaffer who was reached early in the evening had most of his com pany mobilized by 11 oclock He and his lieutenants Charles Van Horn first lieutenant and W V Clausen second lieutenant by tele phone and automobiles succeeded in notifying and bringing in practically every man of the company Were In Mvoines Captain Grummon and Major Crawford were in DCS Moincs at the time the order was issued They were however in touch with the adjutant generals office during the evening and upon learning that the Mason City companies would be certain to move in the morning started northward First Lieut Karl V Vasiccc of the Company H took charge of mo bilizing that unit and succeeded in getting together 50 men The guardsmen gathered at the armory as soon ns they were noti fied getting into their uniforms and getting their equipment into condi tion for the order to leave The ori ginal order from the adjutants of fice was by telephone and only specified that the men bo mobilized to await further instructions Notified of Trains Close to midnight however Mr Odle of the Rock Island received in structions from Des Moincs to have a special train ready and so notified the guard units The companies took with them full field equipment including full packs with blankets tents and other articles They were also in structed to take their heavy over CAIT FKEIHCKICK B SHAFEU coats Besides Captain Grummon and Lieutenant Vasccck the personnf of Company F on the special train included Second Lieut Edward 1 Vogcl Sergts Clarence McNary Ed Babcock Carl Boyd Virgil Brown Harold Davis Walter Davis Joseph Morris and Paul Wagner Corps Clifford Davis Clarence Haukness Kermit Kay Ralph Mickclson and William Terrill and Privates Jnmcs Boyd Paul Cassidy Charles Claus en Harold Corbin Harold Haskell Conrncl Hinkel John Jncobson Frank Lucas John Speaker Earl Statscr Leo Trudo R Trtido Sam Vician Richard Bower CharlOf Bower Raymond Boyd Primeit Calahan Warren Cline William Co Turn It race 2 Calumn COUNTY Reported lo Be Driving Cattle Out of County Sept 22 air oC 1 expectancy permeated Tipton his afternoon ns large throngs wailed nt the railroad station tho rrival of the first train bearing he Iowa national guardsmen whoso luty is to make possible contlnua ion of tuberculin cattlo testing in 3cdar county Fanners were gathering at vari us places in the town Far the most iart thely wcvs quiet but they gavo no indication of being cowed by tho lending advent the troop trains aggregating 42 cafa now cnroute from all parts of I own Tho first was expected to arrive at midafter 10 on Crowd at iloil A crowd congregated at the county jail many of them talking to John Achey young farmer serv ing a 90 day sentence for display ing false automobile license plates thru the bare Acheys arrest was culminated by his alleged interfer ence with cattle testing Watchful waiting for tho most part was the order of tho day In this little town which is just 18 miles from President Hoovers homo town of West Branch One crowd thronged the farmers nion office Roma farmers cams vom Des Motnes and Keokuk ounties Adj Gen W H Bailey said no dvance instructions had been given or handling tho troops It was be eved no testing would bo dona ntil Wednesday Expects No Opposition Attorney J C Franco who rcpro cntcd 800 Cedar county farmerr pril IS when they sought an in unction against the tuberculin tcsl ng of cattle today said he believed bjectors to the state law would of er no opposition lo the troops which verc ordered into Tipton by Gov Dnn Turner to enforce the lav I have not seen any of the ners since the injunction case vas tried in district court her ver a month ago France said The farmers have not retained nc in the present situation and I lave no idea of what their attitude s regarding the sending of troops It is my belief however that they will not offer further opposition to ihc test law Advise In Submit France indicated that if bis ser vices were sought he would advise the farmers to submit to the test 7oc Newell investigator for the Il linois Bankers association deputized as an Iowa officer and who led the Corce of deputy sheriffs in ycster CAIT STUART N GIIUMMON Markets at a Glance Minneapolis Resident Kille and Niece Injured as Car Truck Meet Sept Mrs A L Rowo was killed instantly ani icr niece Miss Viiyinia McDonald both of Minneapolis rtcciveil sc vurc bruises ami loccratirns yester day afternoon when their Ford coupe was wrecked as it side swiped a Ford truck 10 miles south of here Ten men and women members of an evangelisticparty were rul ing in the truck enroute to Minne sota from their hume in Alton Sioux county Mrs Rowe was driv ing tnc Ford coupe and according to evidence two wheels had slipped off the pavement She varendeav oring to get hack on the pavement when directly opposite the truck the coupe overturned and smashcc into the truck Both cars were wrecked the truck being thrown off the road and into a large tree Coroner WR Arthur was callc and the body of Mrs flfwc whose was WHS hrnt tl Hnmpton Several of the evangel NEW YORK popular Issues fluctuate narrowly forcigns and rails rally trading quiet CHICAOO unfavorable Can aciinn weather steady large con tract deliveries to lower istic party bruises received cuts and IOWA WEATHER Tiir Tuesday night anil Wcd nnstuiy cooler In Oiist and cen tral portions Tuesday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures fo hc 2 hour period endingat S oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday ft Minimum in Night 58 At 8 A M Tuesday fi Kainfull 24 inch The Mason City areas five dayi of showers appeared to have ended the rainfall for ti lime as Tuesday opened clear with rising tempera ture   

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