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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - September 7, 1929, Fairbanks, Alaska Member As s o c i d p r e s s volume xxvi Fairbanks Alaska 7, Price 15 cents president rebukes ship builders for attempting halt naval disarmament Hoover addresses virginians tactics ship building companies come to Light in new York directs attorney general to in quire into possibility action against corporations Washington sept. Hoover served Public notice Friday on ship building corporations interested in naval contracts that he would not tolerate interference by them in inter National negotiations for naval disarmament which he recently negotiated. The announcement was made at the conclusion of a state ment denouncing the methods which William b. Shearer naval. Expert claims he used at the unsuccessful Geneva prelim diary arms conference in 1927 and elsewhere As agent for the. Bethlehem steel building corporation the Amer ican Brown Boveri electric corporation and the Newport news shipbuilding and dry Dock corporation each of which is no building cruisers for the american Navy. They were called upon by Hoover to state their Side of the Case in reply to allegations made by Shearer in a suit he filed in the new York supreme court against the corporations for salary and expenses during before and after the Geneva conference. The president s statement disclosed he had directed at Torney general Mitchell to consider what action we can the president said that unless the companies could show an entirely different situation from that which is Pur ported in this suit we Are compelled to consider what Mea sures can be proposed to free the country from such in Preu Dent Andreu info of Virginia at the 10n county fair during welcoming him to Cummer Caimp. Rescuers reach Alaska s Salmon Man trapped in pack totals Over Well 42 hours 5 million cases Lowan was caught when i Canning still in Progress Well caved Lel Shaft is put Down to Rescue him Indian hanged at Early hour this morning is executed for murder committed at River Village Dies with bravery Indian s Only wish was for death hour come quickly Constantine Beaver was hanged at o clock this morning in the building adjoining the Federal court House. Nine minutes later life was pronounced extinct by the phys Ician who had measured the Indian s failing pulse beats. Fastest Speed Syd Isle of Wight sept. With aviators speeding taster than any human being has Ever travelled before and set Ting a new world s record or the Schneider cup great Britain successfully defended the cup against Italy on the tenth anniversary of the race. A Speed of 328.63 Miles an hour was attained by plying officer s. R. Waghorn. The former record of 318.624 Miles per hour was established at Venice last year by major de Bernardi of Italy. By associated press Ottumwa Iowa sept. 7, alive 42 hours after being trapped 35 feet and pack expected be increased by Hundred thousand cases by associated press Juneau sept. 7, the total Al Aska Salmon pack from All districts deep in the Earth by the caving in j for the current season is of a Well Wilkins priest was res full cases of All varieties the Bur cued by the herculean efforts of eau of fisheries reported in pre hundreds of men. Luminary figures released Friday. Canning is stall in Progress in the by the pressure of Yakutat and Chignik areas and fall search for lost airplay widens Lindbergh from East to direct work search diverted Mexico and Southern California on reports planes sighted seen flashing Over flier speeds West to Aid stones and Sand which sealed him in the Bottom of the Well. He was conscious when taken out through a parallel Shaft which had been Cut. He had been without food and liquid since he was imprisoned and was barely Able to move his hands and face in his prison. Priest is expected to recover. Winslow Arizona sept. Desolate widely separated regions one in Southern California and the other in old Mexico commanded attention of searchers for the lost transcontinental air transport plane City of san Franicsco. Southern California searchers seized upon an firmed report that a Tri motored plane was seen flashing a Light on and off Over Providence Mountain. The report came yesterday afternoon Ufi circa a Santa be which quoted James shocks Foreman. Shocks was Uncertain whether the plane landed but. He remembered the motors sounded As if they had failed. Shocks has been away from civilization for several Days and did not see newspaper accounts about the lost plane until yesterday. A Rumor from Mexico sent two newspaper men into the Border country of Chihuahua where a strange air plane is reported to have been seen tuesday. This is about 200 Miles South of the place where the liner was last seen on the flight toward Winslow. After covering a wide area the newspaper men were unable to find any Trace of the liner but they Are still Hunting. Lindbergh and his wife passed Over Waynoka. Early today in route to Winslow to Aid in the search. Bergh borrowed a fast speedster plane from Frank Hawis Holder of the East to West trans Continental record yester Day at new York and flew Westward at top Speed to m the Hunt. Dale Jackson St. Louis endurance flier is speeding Westward in route to Winslow. Only a few minutes elapsed from the time officers entered his cell until the trap was sprung. Heavy Clouds were revealed by the breaking Dawn As the Indian had his last look at the sky in the Short 94 take passage on Alaska Craft blame spark ii fire on tender Canning is Carriea on in some Othor districts which is expected to add at least cases to the pack. This is about 12 per cent under i the record pack of 1928 and is cases larger than the output for 1927. Last season was a Cycle j year for Pink Salmon which makes j up the larger portion of the pack. I Hoover to travel Alaska Cannery Burns to ground Seattle sept 7, the steam ship Yukon sailed at. 9 o clock this morning with 87 first class and seven Steerage passengers aboard. The 30 Seward passengers Are miss t. A. White j. H. Cooper or. C. E. Boyer miss Edna. Brooks de Richter Rev. John Dugan w. T. Walk from the jail to the building Roberts Grace Wurmser Charlesl in which the execution was per formed. Hopeful throughout the greater part of the that a stay of sex Koff. De Avakoff. Harry Avakoff p. Tecklenberg and wife. Mrs. J. Edmonds. Sylvia Erickson c. B. Latender mrs Harry Ava damage to Lighthouse Plant on Mona sound tender will be be tween four and five thousand dollars Washington. Sept. 7. President Hoover made it definitely known he will leave Washington about the end of october but the cities he plans to visit and the length of time he will be gone remains undetermined. He hoped to visit the newly constructed locks in the Ohio River and make a trip aboard a River packet from Cincinnati to Louisville. The trip May also include a tour of the Southwest. Sect hand residents i my Battle in 11 attempted to join their i j comrades who were in jail i1 woman is injured associated press Kotc Kotkan sept. 7, the Lighthouse investigation Board decided the fire on the tender wind Sor was caused by a spark from the lighting system damage is estimated at Between s4.000 and it will take a month to make repairs destroyed with thou Sand cases Salmon in storage there by associated press Kei Chucan sept. 7, word was received Here that a Cannery on Moria sound was burned to the ground Early this morning. It be longed to the Star co Llingson com Pany of Portland Oregon. A thousand cases of Salmon were the Windsor was under charter j included in the loss. The origin of to the Lighthouse service for Cape i the fire is not known. Only two decision Lighthouse work when she caught fire. Fec ution would arrive Beaver bore Hui sheif with fortitude when informed that he must die. His Only wish that the intervening time might Speed by so that his mental agony might be ended. His composure was regarded As Little less than remarkable when the last minutes came. Although officers walked beside him and held him by the arms it was said he would have been Able to walk unaided. When Beaver reached the death chamber he broke into a tribal chant which continued until the floor opened beneath him. Only the 12 jury " men required by Law were present. The crime for which Beaver gave his life was committed in the holier a River country last december. He slew Egnatty neck Etta also a. Native and at. His trial to Federal court he was found guilty of cd from their Camp outside the City of season tempera limits into the City in a attempt to Ture do we to Twenty j j As the s chanting Adove in Montana reached the Center of the City dough Coors Texas to reorganize split up prison system German radio owners pay big sum yearly Austin Texas Texas. Prison system whose 12 farms Berlin a Monopo have drained the state Treasury Orl raai0 broadcasting is proving for years is to be concentrated and reorganized. A legislative committee and the state prison Board have asked officials of 55 Penitentiary systems How Texas antiquated penal organization May Best be improved. When adequate data Are gather a reorganization committee will select the most suitable site for a modern a special legislative session then will hear the state s needs. Insurance companies have made a one third reduction in Oklahoma burglary and Holdup insurance rates i. To Strickland of Alva okla., a newspaper subscription has written 7000 biographical sketches during his House to House travels. One of the most lucrative under takings that the German ministry of posts has engaged in. Some Marks annually flow into the coffers of the ministry through this monopoly. Every set owner must pay about per year for the privilege. The Money is collected by the Carrier and goes on. A 50-50 basis into the coffers of the. Postal ministry and of the companies licensed by it to provide the daily programs there Are nearly radio subscribers in Germany. T passage was blocked by a barricade. By associated press of truce and automobiles. Leaders Denver sept. 7. With no re halted the throng and declared Taw Lief in sight Snow is falling in Den j would disrobe if they were not per ver and other Points in the Rocky i knitted to go to jail. Mountain Region. The threat of j this started a Battle and citizens. Winter assumed a certainty with of Nelson moved upon the massed the temperature ranging from 24 to fanatics and police joined in tie 39 degrees above Zero throughout Melee. It was about an hour before the entire Region. Ithe Dou Kobors were ejected Fuxa Snow has fallen from Only a Traw j Toje town and were Back in Camp to a depth of 14 inches. Havre j they said they would Parade again Montana is the coldest place thai j this time probably minus has reported in the temperature j thirty two members of that a there being -20 weather Preedom sect who More . Bureau predicted continuation of the week ago staged a nude per Juie unseasonable cold. Were found guilty of indecent i posture and like an equal number j yesterday were remanded for sen tence. Each one convicted Admi Teci new York sept. 7, Stock j disrobing but most of them openly Stock quotations a product obtained is creosote employed Vas a preservative of Timber. The Pentinen teary Kas a convict band of quotations today were Bendix 91 1-4 Canada dry 89 Chrysler motors 733-8 general motors 781-4 Continental can 86 5-8 Hudson motors 84 1-2 famous 70 radio. Corp., 1101-4 defied the Laws of the Canadian court. More than 60 cases Are yet to be heard and Many of those will today. There were women in the nude Parade which was a protest against 110 to. S. Bub i the arrest of one member of the Ber 51 5-Bfcj. S steel 247 1-2 United aircraft 1291-2 United corp., 655-8. Kansas City Are., against in Jebing Lari Teeri sect charged with Hobor schoolhouse the sap of Long leaved sine heated or do styled yields Turpen Rome said used in varnishes

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