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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa I North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL CENTS PER COPY HOME EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL NO 281 LOCAL FAIR STARTS MONDAY L lA V ffl i tm i i British Armed Forces Pursuing Invading Arab Tribes TRANSJORDAN TROOPS MOVING INTO PALESTINE British Airplanes Dis patched to Break 7 Up March BULLETIN JERUSALEM Aug 31 Lne number ot known dead in Thursdays Arab attack on tha Jewish quarter of Safed Gall leean town was Increased to day to 20 and the wounded to 30 and It is feared others also perished Twentyfive scrolls of law some of them 600 years old were burned In the syna gogues JERUSALEM Aug 31 ish military in Palestine harassed by disorders within the mandated territory itself moved today to check a fullHedged altho disorgan ized invasion by Syrian and trans Jordanian Arabs Considerable forces of the Mus sulmans were said officially to be entering Palestine from Syria and airplanes and troops wete dis patched to intercept and ascertain their strength Incursions of Arabs from transJdrdania have been checked so that they are not getJ ting across the border hv great num bers but Llinued Jcflveddn was moving south A party of Jewish high school students including 11 Americans vras near the Syrian frontier on art outing and anappeal was made tothe American consul for protection forthem in view of the Arab advance1 The positipn of isolated Jewish colonies m the Jordan valley greatlv alarmed authorities the situation in Tiberias wag regarded as particu larly dangerous and energetic meas ures were taken for its defense The Arabs were said to have boasted that the same fate was in store for It as at Safed There were only four British soldiers there The Jordan valley Arabs were greatly excited over reports that several of their fellow tribesmen been killed by Jews in the neighboring colony of Kinereth They were said to be gathering at from all surrounding vii Semakh lages Rabbi Wife Killed Rabbr Samuel Cohen and his wife believed to be Americans were killed in the attack by Arab mos lems Thursday night on ancient Safed northern Galilean city Arabs last night attacked the j Jewish colony at Gederah and later Burned the granary in the colony of Sfarbarucn of the colony Bethaiphia were moved to TelAviv Minnie Winfree Tells Officers She Will Marry Man Who Took H er Away She and Lover Had Hired Out on Farm Near Webster City Minnie Winfree 151 year old girl who disappeared from the home of her brother Leonard Hall 1523 North Pennsylvania avenue Sunday evening was not abducted but eloped willingly with F H Cadle theman she loved according to the account given Sheriff C A Blair of Hamilton county at Webster City where the two were picked up Friday evening The girl and Cadle were found on a farm three miles north of Webster City where they had hired out to a farmer for a year They Did Chores Upon leaving Mason City they had apparently gone to Webster City where they did chorea for an other farmer for three days while he attended the state fair at Des Mofnes They then got the contract for a year with the second farmer apparently giving the impression they were married They were given a small house on the farm in which to make their home When Mr Henry the farmer for whom they worked at first re turned from Dea Moines he notified the sheriff of the situation having read about the missing girl in a Des Moines newspaper Cadle made no effort to conceal his real name The girr admitted that she was HAGUE PARLEY TROUBLES OVER READY TO QUIT Committees Named to Work Out Details of Operation HAGUE Netherlands Aug 1 31 The reparations confer for safety The Exchange Telegraph com pany correspondent at Cairo learned today fighting was resumed near i Jerusalem last right between Jews and Arab Moslems and three Jews were killed It was said a number of other Jews were killed an wounded when resisting a detach TtJBN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 2 AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Maybe Emma an Bill get married but they aint suited to one another no more than a overhangin mustache an a ice cream cone ence which finally reached an igreement looking toward liquida ion of the postwar problems after hree weeks of intense effort ad ourned this afternoon subject to he call of the president Thereports of the political and inancial committees with the doc uments registering the agreements entered into here were signed ac a full conference this morning after verification which occupied most cf the morning as well as the better part yesterday It was decided that the confer ence should not adjourn without date because it was necessary for the work of the subcommittees to be approved formally In order for the Youngplay to go into operation legally The subcommittees appointed were 1 For organization of the bank of International settlements 2 For final liquidation of the claims arising from the sequestra tion of enemy property during the war 3 Deputy W D Conn of MasonCty and the girls brother Mr Hall left Mason City Saturday morning for Webster City to bring the pair back Both were being held in the Hamilton county jail The girl went with Cadle to a Sunday night promising her brother to return by oclock The search for her has been carried on vigorously her father John Winfree coming here from their home at Monroe Mo to help Mra Winfree so shocked from the epi sode she was unable to accompany her husband was notified at once of the fact that her daughter was safe When the fact was revealed thai Cadle had been imprisoned for is suing a bad check in Ohio some time ago the fears of the family for the safety of the girl became doubly aroused Her brother postde a FLYERS AFTER RECORD ieicd Press Photo C Earl Steel Wilson Herren center and Russell Moss reward to the person supplying in formation leadingto her return For modification of legisla tion in the Reich for the Dawcs plan to make it fit the new Young plan and 4 For changes to be made in railroad debentures to permit the Reich to raise money railroad bonds by issuing The bank committee will be com posed of the heads of the bank of issue of the six invitingpowers with a delegate from each of those countries and one from the United States to be chosen Owen D Young probably by IOWAN SHOOTS WIFE HIMSELF Other Members of Family Injured by Council Bluffs Man COUNCIL BLUFFS Aug 31 UP Voss who last night shot and killed his divorced wife and wounded three other members of the family near McClelland died early this morning The condition of Mrs Fred Ahrens mother of Mrs Vpas was reported serious The other injured are Mildred Voss 7 daughter shot in right arm Mrs Fred Ahrens mother of the dead woman shot in hip and Leo Orr cousin of Mrs Voss shot in right arm and head An argument over marital diffi culties is blamed by police The cou ple had been divorced two weeks Orr said he had been called to the place by Mildred and Intended to drive the family to Council Bluffs As they left the house Voss ap peared and without warning iifted his gun firing two volleys into the group Solo Endurance Flyer Reid Is Killed in Plane Crash BULLETIN WICHITA Kans Aug 81 Arthur Goebel took off from here at a m C S T on a nonstop flight to Angeles where he plans to enter the nonstop air derby to Cleveland Ho expected to reach Los Angeles in 10 hours METROPOLITAN AIRPORT Los Angeles Aug 31 the victors share of the prize money offered winners of a nonstop flight to Cleveland in connection with the national air races there Major John Wood and Captain Rps coe Turner were speeding their Lockheed Vega monoplanes east ward today Captain Turner took off at 1 a m followed at a m by Major Wood They hope to better the mark of 13 hours 51 minutes 10 810 seconds set by Lee Schcenhair who completed the flight from here last Monday Lieutenant Henry Brown Cleve land air mail pilot postponed his hop pending further adjustment of his motor Both Turner and Wood carried mechanics who will pump gasoline from cans in the cabins of the planes to the wing tanks as the flight progresses Russell Peck ac companied Turner and Ward Miller was flying with Wood Art Goebel the other entrant planned to leave Wichita Kana tn day in a Cessna monoplane and reach here in time for a Sunday start for Cleveland He must reach here before the termination of the races Monday to qualify Wood and Turner were flying cabin model planes Each has a top speed of 190 miles an hour and was TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 Fire Destroys Barn Near Fredericksburg FREDERICKSBURG Aug 31 A team of farm horses a number of sets of harness a pony and some hay and grain constituted the loss resultingfrom the burning of n arge barir on the William Bullock arm near here about 8 oclock Fri day evening The cause of the fire a unknown but is believed to have een started by spontaneous com niatlon Most of the loss is covered iy insurance it is believed Kossuth County Farm Bureau Wins Project Show at State Fair ALGONA Aug 31 Koasuth countys project exhibit was awarded first place at the state fair according to announcement today Demonstration consisted of showing results to be obtained from the use of fertilizer The county Farm Bureau re ceived a prize of 5250 County Agent Morrison will have the same exhibit at the Kossuth fair next week 2 rlanes Leave Los Angeles in Cleveland Dash LOSS OF LIFE IN SHIP WRECK MAY INCREASE Report San Juan Carried 116 Passengers Own ers File Suit SAN FRANCISCO Aug 31 UP possibility that the coastwise passenger steamer San Juan car ried 116 persons instead of 110 as previously reported indicated today that the loss of life of its sinking 55 miles south of here early yester day may have been as high as 74 persons Albert E Glllespie manager of the Los Angeles and San Francia so Navigation company owners of the Son Juan admitted that there may have been as many aa 66 pas sengers aboard and that the crew list of 45 was as of last month Tickets Sold on Ship The companys manager said tickets sometimes were sold aboatd the ship by the purser and that half a persons may have paid their fare after sailing The purser John Cleveland apparently per ished The list of rescued persons re mained at 42 As the search for the bodies in the sea of Pigeon Point continued the question arose as to the responsibility for the collision Eye llelftijl Pilot Mistakes Agents for Pals Fifteen Cases of Assorted Intoxicants Found in Airplane DETROIT Aug 31 pilot of a rum smuggling airplane mis took United States customs patrol men for his accomplices last night The result was the capture of the plane and 15 cases assorted Ca nadian liquors The plane circled over a field at Dodge Park near Detroit The cus toms agents watched it maneuver and then alight near them When they sought to question the pilot concerning his landing away from an airport he became so confused that the federal officers became sus picious and searched the plane Finding the liquor they con fiscated the plane a new and ex pensive model and put the pilot in jail to be arraigned today before United States Commissioner J Stan ley Hurd on a charge of liquor smuggling The pilot said he was Harold C Hannay and lived in Grosse Polnte park a Detroit suburb Harold C Haney a broker lives at the address Hannay gave but could not be reached at his home as eaehf adopt By the aiune an effort tb The Los Angeles aud San Fran cisco Navigation company owners of the San Juan yesterday filed in United States district court suits for and for 5300000 against the owners of the Dodd de claring the crash resulted from ailure of officers of the Tanner to keep adequate watch San Juan 47 Years Old Capt H C Bleumchen of the Dodd In newspaper statements and testimony late yesterday before a hastily called hearing by United States steamboat inspectors de clared the collision resulted from failure of the San Juan to man euver properly in response to sig nals from the Dodda The Sau Juan had seen 47 years of service making it one of the oldest seagoing passenger vessels in service under the American flag Wells Pitches OneHit Game Against Solans NEW YORK Aug Wells for the New York Yankees held the Washington Senators to one hit and shut them out 4 to 0 in the first game of a doubleheador here today The Yanks collected eight safeties off the combined ef forts of Braxton and Hadley The score by nnings Washington 000 000 1 t New York 010 030 8 0 To Readers of the Early Mail Extra Edition The GlobeGazettes Early Mail Extra edition of Sunday Scot 1 will not be printed this weekend but instead the Home Edition of Saturday Aupr31 will be mailed to all regular subscribers usually receiving the other edition The Early Mail Extra is printed for the benefit of our rural route subscribers and there will be no rual route deiivcrics until Tuesday morning The Early Mail Extra for Tuesday deliveries will be printed as usual Monday night HiOAGO PLANE GOING STRONG Endurance Record Seekers Still More Than 200 Hours From Mark CHICAGO Aug 31 With the half way mark within sight the Will endurance plane out to Increase the refueling endurance record of 421 hours con tinued to hum beautifully in the words of its pilots today above Sky Harbor airport At p m the plane piloted by Russell Mossmau and C E Steele had been aloft 195 hours but was still226 hours from its goal and the bonus offered by Martin Powroniznik backer of the flight for a new record doingfor 120 Hours SYRACUSE N Y Aug 31 With 120 hours to their credit at 10 oclock C S T this morning Clyde E Pangborn and Carl A Dixon were still in the air with the Empire State Standard in which they hope to set a new refueling endurance record Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Aug I thot they had the Jerusalem and Palestine thing pretty well settled asto whos it was But it seems the Turka have broke out again Why dont the Jewish people recruit a I lot of those east side boys from New York and Chicago that fought so goad in the war and send them over there You canl lick those Turka with mas meetings and passing resolu tions A few WILL regiments of those young boys would break those Mohammedans from sucking eggs Instead of going to that wailing wall with just some walls why take a gun that would break em from in terrupting prayer meetings Yours WILL ROGERS SOVIETS ACCEPT CHINESE OFFER R MacDonald and His Daughter Will Visit Geneva League Assembly LONDON Aug 31 MacDonald his daughter Ishbel and Viscount Cecil of Chelwood left here today for Geneva to attend the league of nations assembly con vening there Monday The prime minister said he was busy almost to the last moment of ris departure in shaping up the nav ni disarmament negotiations Yeserday he satd he worked with his naval rvrmtls from 11 n m tc 11 p m fOSCOW Aug 31 when war clouds seemed black est the soviet union government has made a dramatic eleventh hour ac ceptance of Chinese proposals look Ing to settlement of the crisis aris ing out of Manchurian seizure of the Chinese eastern railway Maxim vice commissar for foreign affairs in a note to Dr Herbert von Dirksen German am bassador announced the U S S RL was willing to sign with the Nan king government a joint declaration for settlement ofall questions aris ingout of the dispute The soviet acceptance of the Chinese proposal was announced at a time when agitation for punitive measures in China was reaching a peak as the result of advices of the execution of four soviet citizens by the Chinese government Soviet of ficials hailed the move of the for eign commissariat as indicating a real desire for peace and firm ad herence to the Kellogg antiwar pact The dispute over the Chinese eastern railway is of long standing Originally constructed under a czarist regime as a shortened out let for the transSiberian Russian rr ad the line became a bone of con tention between the infant Russian and the Chinese nationalist govern ments HUNDREDS ARE GETTING THEIR EXHIBITS READY Grounds Teem With Ac tivity in Preparation for Big Labor Day Start Detailed Program on Page 8 THE North Iowa free fair grounds which is to be the mecca of both rural and city residents for five days next week teemed with actv ity Saturday as feverish prepara tions went on for the opening on Monday Livestock farm implements ant the grandstand performance talent ontinued to arrive turnout the Jay vhile hundreds were at work on the grounds and in the buildings pre aring exhibits Concessionaires vere at work on tents and stands vhile church organizations nni athers that are to operate cold drink and lunch counters put up heir temporary structures Cuttlo Arriving The first livestock to arrive was a carload of sheep and hogs oC But erman and Brim Humboldt A car oad of Guernsey cattle came from reeborn county Minn Three cur oads of cattle arrived from the 2reaco fair one from the Waveriy fair and two from Des Moines The farm machinery which is to i exhibited on the grounds former ly used for parking on the west sido of the regular midway aVao was unloaded Saturday Two car loads of HartParr engines were in JOje ccinsignmentThe Light Draft v be more palatial tffan everin the V decorations by ingenious exhibitors scores of which were at work Prominent in this department will be the exhibit of the Cerro Gordo county schools which has six large booths the largest showing it has ever made at a fair These exhibits cover nearly every phase of school work particularly those requiring creative ability Duo to the fact that the North Iowa fair is later in the season liar ness horses and the vaudeville tal ent was slower in getting in Moyt of the performers closed at some other fair Friday evening and will arrive here late Saturday or Sun day Rovuo Gets Here Monday The winter garcten revue the fea ture attraction of the program be fore the grandstand will not arrive until Monday morning inasmuch as TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 3 BLAME FANATIC IN TWO DEATHS Slain Kansas City Girl Met Fugitive at Tent Meeting KANSAS CITY Aug 31 Police today centered their efforts on the apprehension of a religious fanatic in the belief that his arrest would solve the double slaying of Miss Ruth Laughlin 24 and her es cort Paul L Odell 19 whose bod ies were found yesterday on Cliff drive The fanatic known only as Fred became acquainted with Miss Laughlin at a ttnt meeting several days ago and proposed immediate rnarraige irctcning her if she re fused Recurrent proposals made the girl uneasy and she told mem bers of her family of the unwelcome attention Odells motor car was found last night at a street intersection two miles from the scene of the murders Police said they believed Odcll vaa shot while attempting to pro tect Miss Laujrhlln from a criminal attack IOWA FORECAST Mostly fnlr Saturday night and Sunday except possibly thundershowers Saturday af ternoon or Saturday night la cast and south portions some what warmer In southwest por tion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Warmest Friday 8 Coolest In Night02 At 8 A M Saturday71 From every standpoint the weather of this week has been fa vorable to the maturing corn With in the past eight days there have been four occasion on which the mercury rose to the 89 degree mark and stopped Friday was one jf them WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for Sept 2 to 7 For upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the northern and central great one or two brief unsettled perioJs with local showers or thunder storms otherwise mostly fair tem peratures mostly above normal but probably cooler toward close ;