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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa 1 North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY HO ME VOL XXXVFIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCTATED PRESS WlRE SERVICT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 23 1929 PRESS AND INTBRNATIONALT NKWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 274 GRAF HEADS ACROSS PACIFIC New Hope Seen for Agreement at Hague Conference r If ENVOYS DECIDED cierk TO REMAIN TO Lake Remove WORK OUT PLAN Successive Talks With Snowden May Bring Agreement THE HAGUE Aug 23 hope that an agreement may eventually be found at the repara tions conference was raised today with the announcement that tomor rows full session of the conference which had been expected to be ths last had been postponed Postponement of the full session was announced after this mornings meetings of the groups seeking a compromise between Great Britain and the four other creditor powers The delegates who had begun to despair of an agreement on the Voung plan felt hopeful again inas much as the final breakup of the conference had been pushed off Decide to Remain Premier Briand of France For eign Secretary Henderson of Great Britain and Foreign Minister Strese mann of Germany all of whom had counted on leaving the Hague after tomorrows meetingwhich had bean thot would be decisive are now un derstood to be making arrangements to prolong their stay here and to ktinue their efforts Into the mid next week the day the four creditor jjjiwers and Germany met and dis Ajtsed the situation They heard the of the ex Claim Accr Official Goes to Des M to Surrender to Bondiri Company Shortage CLEAR LAKE Aug W j Moeller city clerk here for the last five years was removed from office by the city council in special ses sion last night following alleged disclosures by state checkers who have been at work here several days that the official was several thousand dollars short in his ac counts Pending the completion of the state checkup the exact amount of alleged shortage cannot be de termined Moeller who has admitted to one member of the council that his ac counts are somewhat short is in Des Moines where he planned to give himself up to a bonding com pany there What criminal action would DEAD AFTER SHOOTING AT CLOVER GA CARRY BRITISH HOPES IN SCHNEIDER CUP RACE Double Slaying Takes Place in View of Hundreds pLOVER Ga Aug 23 men who met in the center of town by tryst to fight a duel with shot guns at arms length were dead to be j day as the culmination of a fathers taken if any was not known here objection to a married mans pur for it was pointed out that the ported attentions to his daughter The impressionprevails here how ever that Moeller will be able to make good any shortage This is the first time city officials said that the city checked Within of months of enmity between Pate Huddleston 53 and Marcus Brown both farmers The trouble be tween them was climaxed by the j alleged elopement of Brown rf the citys business had been dren with Huddlestons daughter Superniurine 6 torpedo slmpecl monoplane has been tested by the English In preparation to dctcnd the Schneider cup next month The British fenm left to right H R D Waghorn T N Moon DArcy GrelK A X Orlehnr C N Stulnforth nnrt R L R Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Aug There is one thing thats in the paper every morning just as regular as heat prostrations ev erywhere but here and that is Russia masses troops on China front If they1 have massed as many on that front as they have on the front page why they have done what I would call some mass production in massing Colonel Llnd bergh Is learning Ann to fly so they can go up and break the en durance record That would just suit them to go up there and be away from everybody for a cou ple of months Gold Dust has merged with the United Cigar Stores Their slogan will be reach for a cigar and then wash out your mouth with gold dust Yours WILL ROGERS of de oiT i CO foi la be chequer last night and decidedto give somewhat added precision to their offer which was said to ap proximate 75 per cent of the amount demanded by Great Britain SanSnoivden Ajrain Premier Jaspar was delegated to iee the British chancellor again and made a hasty trip to Mr Snowdejis hotel He came back with a report on his second interview whereupon the five powers adjourned to meet later in the day While there were no definite re mits today the announcement that tomorrows full session hod been postponed was generally interpreted as indicating further efforts to ar rive at a compromise and that there was still hope of an agreement Consequently the conference will go on Monday with the participation of the chief delegates partment the appointment of Vern Hinds as tem porary city clerk turned over to the care of Moeller The father sent a message by the council he having complete Brown warning him to desist jurisdiction subject to the council attentions to his daughter Brow of the business of the various by the message was said partments which heretofore had to have challenged the father to been operating under several de meet him at a designated store on the jir incipal Are on Move to Assets of Goldfield Banks Disposed 01 GROVE Aug assets of the two closed banks nt Goldfield have been sold to Earl M Anderson of Goldfield The assets of the Farmers Savings bank which included the building sold for And the remaining notes and claims nf the Citizens State Bank sold for M325 The total ledger loss to de positors of the last naVned bank was 5302109 and the total loss to the community by the two failures was Iowas always too hot or too cold J always springingsurprises perhaps thats why shes so Iowa jLcRionnire sang1 S from was tie C caref 2 DES MOINES BANKS IN CHAIN Iowa National and Savings and Trust to Join Ban corporation DES MOINES Aug 23 I Tl Holders of a majority of the Stock of the Iowa National bank Ots Moines Savings bank and Trust company and the Des Moines Na tional bank which are shortly to be merged into one institution under the name of Iowa Des Moines Na tional bank and Trust company have formally agreed to accept the proposal to affiliate the bank with the Northwest Bancorporation of Minneapolis reports reaching here indicate Altho admitting that a proposal had been made officials of thj banks declined to discuss the de tails It is thot that no decision would be reached definitely until next week The Northwest Bancorporation is headed by the Northwestern Na tional banlc and affiliated banks of Minneapolis The chain has com bined resources of more than 250 000000 with member banks in about 25 cities and towns noon Huddleston already had arrived and was seated in irbnt of the store With a shotgun on his lap when Brown came up also carrying a shotgun Brown walked past Huddleston and the latter followed him into the store Brown stopped in the store and Huddleston went out thru the back way and around to the front he reoccupied his seat Brown walked out turning as if to pass down the street but sudden ly wheeled firing the load of one barrel into Huddlestons stomach Huddleston fatally wounded fired from his lap the charge taking ef fect in Browns chest and causing instant death The guns recoil knocked Huddleston to the side walk He died a few hours later AUNT HET By Robert Quillen j Ella is a sentimental thing When her first1 hus band died she had his long heanl cut off an used it to stuff a sofa pillow Chinese Line LONDON Aug 23 ly incheasing military activity on TWO HANG FOR QUEBEC MURDER Marie Viau Is Sixth Woman to Die on Gallows in Dominion HULL Que Aug 23 Lefevre 32 year old trapper from the Gatineau hills and Marie Viau years old mother of eight chil dren were hanged today for the murder of the womans husband seven months ago As rain poured down In the jail yard the trapper went to the gal lows first followed 16 minutes i STRANGERS RIDE AND ROB AUTOIST Bond Salesman Is Relieved of Watch and Car in Lonely Spot DES MOINES Aug 23 F Faber bond salesman late last night was taken for a ride by two strangers and robbed of S45in cash and a 575 gold watch at a lonely spot eight miles from here he reported to police The men drove away in his auto mobile after binding him with hi3 belt and a small rope Faber said he worked for an hour to free himself He then called the sheriff and police The strangers ne said had taken his telephone num ber promising to call and tell the folks where he was the SinoRussian Manchurian fron tier was held in certain quarters to day to represent a more serious sit uation one possibly portending act ual hostilities Important troop movements were n progress both in the U S S R and by the provincial and Chinese governments Altho there was noth ing to indicate there had been an actual outbreak of fighting between the rival armies other than minor border clashes Chinese sources maintained they had information of an impending Russian advance in strength with the plan of battle given as advance on Pogranichnaya from two sides after which Harbin would be taken with soviet gunboats advancing down the Sungari river to aid in the fighting The soviet organization was re ported to be completed with Gen eral Blucher taking command of the army of the far east with General Budenny famous cavalry lender his chief subordinate In Moscow the official news agency said there was an outburst of indignation at continued reports of Chinese raids on soviet territory nnd of brutal treatment of soviet citizens in Manchuria It was said workers in many factories were listing in the soviet armies and were contributing to a home defense fund This was regarded here as being a move to prepare the Russian re public and home opinion for import ant developments GIRL IS KILLED mm Car Goes in Ditch Near M onticelio Two Others Seriously Hurt MONTICELLO Aug 23 Anna Hanken 22 daughter of Mr and Mrs William Hanken farmers living two miles south of here was killed last night when an automo bile driven by her brother Rudolph went into the ditch as he avoided hitting another car met while pass ing a car ahead w Rudolph Hanken with n back wrenched is near death and Kalh erine Hanken suffered a crushed chest and is In senous condition A younger brother and sister and Loretta Stadtmueller a neighbor all are in a hospital here with cuts and bruises The car was demol ished TARIFF FIGHT GETS STARTED Democratic Minority Moves to Block Many of Rate Increases Weary Derby ATTENDANCE AT FRAHKLIH FAIR on Eastward TULSA Okla Aug 23 Louise McPhetridge Thaden of Pittsburgh maintained her lead in the national womens air derby by landing first at Tulsa municipal air port today at a m from Fort Worth She was followed im mediately by Thca Rasche of Ger many The planes left Fort Worth shortly after 3 a m Edith Foltz of Portland Ore who arrived from Midland at a m did not start todays hop with the others Her planes landing gear still weak was to be strengthened and she was to leave later in the day One Flyer III Mason City Chamber of Commerce Boosters Attend TJAMPTON Aug of the most successful county fairs in the history of the Franklin county association closed here Thursday after four recordbreaking days both from the standpoint of attend ance and exhibits Altho the first two days of the fair fell below the 1928 exposition in receipts attendance for the entire fair is expected to be far above last years record stated fair officials ZEPPELIN OFF ON DANGEROUS OCEAN FLIGHT Schedule Calls for Arri val at Los Angeles in 100 Hours TOKYO Aug 24 world voyaging dirigible Grnf Zeppelin radioed hero at 1 n m today 10 a m C S T Friday that she was approximately tiOO miles almost due casf of the Kasumignura naval base near hore from which she started nt p m yesterday Japan Aug 23 its nose eastward for the first flight ot an airship over the Pacific ocean the Graf Zeppelin mighty German air liner left here at p m a m E S T for Los Angeles For hours a north wind which made removal from the hangar dangerous had delayed the giant dirigible and at noon adverse weather reports were received which made it seem probable depar ture would have to be postponed until Saturday Shortly after noon the north wind died down In view of the unex pected improvement in weather conditions Dr Hugo Eckener man I ter ordered passengers aboard and had the ground crew take its places I preparatory to loosing the craft in to the air The dirigible was drawn from the aangar without mishap within a few minutes and at p m was released into the air It made rectly forthe northeast aiid In tiev enrainuteshadt3lf direction of Jtne open 3acl fie Creiv Members Aboard vere a crew of 41 includ ing one new member and a passen ger list of 19 a total of 60 persons The new members of the crew wrre the chief engineer Karl Beucrlc who came here to supervise ar rangements for the Zeppelins voy age In addition to the 16 passengers who arrived here from Kriedrich shafen with tickets reading to Lakehurst three new passengers jwerc aboard Lieut Commander i Ryunosuke Kusaka of the Japanese TUIIN TO IAGK 5 COLUMN 3 Margaret Perry of Los Angeles Thursday today Mrs Thaden loci the heavier plane entries at Fort Worth in elapsed time with 11 hours 4 minutes and 30 seconds less than 25 minutes be hind her at the end of yesterdays flying was Gladys ODonnell Phoebe Omlie Detained her lead in the light class with 13 hours 23 minutes 20 seconds Thea City Chamber of Commerce bcrs of the Chamber of Commerc5 accompanied the band to Officials Continue Campaign in Series of Raids DES MOINES Aug 23 eral and city officials last night con tinued their cleanup campaign here arresting four women and three men in a series of minor raids following wholesale drive of the night be and were given special seats in a in more lhan reserved section nf the amphithea ter during the afternoon perform ance The Mason City boosters marched in front of the amphij theater to their scats Immediately i were arrested A H BLANK IS SUED BY GIRL Vaudeville Performer Files MARAUDERS KILL MEXICO CITIZENS Seven Men in Auto Firing at Random Open Raid in San Juan MEXICO CITY Aug 23 Travelers arriving at Torreon Coa huila from San luan de Guadalupe later by Mrs Viau Sbe was the therme Ross a chorus jlrl yestcr A L C TL Durango today said the chii Against TOUT police of San Juan and several Companies MOINES AugV3 day filed suit for dam ages against the A H Blank The ater company the Dea Moines The ater company the Publix company and the Paramount theater com pany She charges that injuries she re ceived Feb 8 at the Capitol theater here ended her career as a vaudn slxth woman in the history of the dominion to be hanged They were convictedof poisoning Zephyr Viau Altho wooden screens and cur tains had been placed about the scarlet scaffold to hide it from the curious a large crowd milled about the walls of the jail yard during the j double execution I ville performer Old to marry my She claims to have fallen thru a daughter do you Think Ill make i door used for unloading stage sccn a nice comfortable fatherinlaw cry because there was no light in eh j tho entrance chief of resi dents were killed and others wound ed in an attack by marauders The attack was said to have oc curred Saturday night when sev eral men raced into the central plaza in an automobile firing at random At the same time JOO mon ap peared afoot shooting down pedes trians Restores Pullman Service EAGLE GROVEAug ing car service on passenger lrnhis running between Chicago and Ha WASHINGTON Augr 33 IT1 democratic members of llm senate finance committee today agreed upon a program of vigorous opposition to the tariff bill as revised by the re publican membership Particu lar attention will bo given Jiy tho minority to tho flexible pro visions of flic measure the pro posed enlargement nf the powers of tho tariff commis sion ns well ns all proposed changes in rates WASHINGTON Aug 23 Pi Opponents of the tariff bill passed by the house and rewritten by the republicans of the senate finance committee claimed the spotlight to day us the lines of their impending1 attack on the measure became more and more clearly defined The democrat of the committee who have been excluded from the tariff drafting were called to begin their study of the measure in preparation for the organized ef forts of the senate majority to block many of the rate increases proposed while leaders of the republican in dependent group were also express ing their dissatisfaction The committee majority mean while was practically thru with the bill until Sept 4 when a meeting of the full committee will be assembjcr fled Onn Will Get When the women reach Cleve land one of them will be awarded for the fastest time in yes terdays lap the biggest lap prize of the derby hero would vilions were filled and extra room had to be provided in temporary j TURN TO PAGE 3 COLUMN 3 not say whether Louise McPheti ridge Thaden Pittsburgh first arj rival or Amelia Earhart Boston had covered the El Paso Fort Worth j lap in the shortst time Miss Tha den however flew 160 miles from Abilene in one hour and four inir utea All of the flyers seemed weary and worn when they ended the TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN I NO JURY REPORT ON BOAT HEARING IOWA FORECAST Mostly fnlr Friday night and Saturday Slljflitlv cooler frt dnv niRM ul warmrr uoritri nonth central portions iviirmer Snt iirclav LOCAL STATISTICS HTJI iIDi J GlobeGazette indictment Is Returned j 21 hour period Legal Battle Forecast for Lake Case Man Stabbed As He Attempts to Protect Frightened Women QUTNCY Til Alls 23 Peyton stabbed bridge worker was death yesterday by a GlobeGazette weather figures for ing at 8 oclock j Friday morning I Thursday fln j Coolest in Nlffht 53 At 8 AM Frlduy HI SPIRIT LAKE Aug 23 Thursday was the warmest day vesligation by the grand jury into I yet experienced in August in Mason the collision of the Zipper and the City The maximum was 90 and thn Miss Thriller speed boats on Lake previous high mark was I Jcjrrce Okoboji July 28 in which nine per lower than this There was a marked sons lost their lives is expected of the mercury in the after continue into late Saturday or early 1 noon and night under the influence Monday County Attorney Kenneth ot n northeast wind but Friday B Wnlty who with Take Hoss thlj waa haclc fn th Council Bluffn in conducting eait llliln south hearing said today anrl At first it was believed n report drunken man who bad broken into a rooming house and was frightenj would be made today ing women Peyton whose home I he temperature was Ttinsf Clear Lake shall not shiver rising Jacksonville Mo was aroused by the womens screams Should indictments be returned as the result of the hearing a legal I battle was forecast by Attorneys H He went to their aid and grappled IE Narey and W B Bedell who rcp with the man who drew a knife and resented Harold Yarnes pilot of slashed Peytons abdomen The killI the Zipper and John and Milo Hart led to fto thru the formality of man owners of the Eagle Boat com pany which operated the Kipper warden which was discontinued H inpf on a report to the senate whichj Any married woman can tell njrainst whom murder charges grow year will he restored starting will place it before that chamber you that the biggest babies areing out nf the crash were dismissed Monday Aug 26 Train for Chicaeo later on the some day and initiate married men over 30 years ot age following a justice of tho peace leaves Eagle Grovo at p m the lontr debate in prospect Milan hearing several weeks ajro ;