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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North loivaa dited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES HOME EDITION V FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON HTTY TOW A MONDAY OPTOTITP 7 1 OOQ TO iu WA iviursuAi Lyco UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLMENTAL SERVICE MAHA GETS fDONALD AND iOOVERSTALK IS PROGRESSING Premier Back From Rap idan Given Glimpse of Congress v Oct 7 lil ident Hpoyer andPrime Minis fc ter MacDonald in a joint statement P today said gratifying progress had been made in the review of all ques k tlons that might give rise to friction between Great Britain and the Unl ted States l have frankly reviewed questions that might give rise to jfi friction between our peoples the announcement said Gratifying has been made and the conversations are continuing J The statement was raado imme Jdiately after the arrival of the chief executiveand the British statesman I at the white house after their week endat Mr Hoovers Rapidan camp t where they conversed intimately in the rustic setting Visit to Congress The president left his guest with in ten minutesafter they arrived Agoing directly to his office The prime minister returned to da own apartment at the white fihouse and there quickly changed in to formal dress for his visit to con egress Ho was accompanied to Cap fclllol hill by Walter Newton admin LJlstrative assistant to the president until recently a member of the Chouse of representatives The prime minister reached the j Japitol about noon At the house house session wasBrf4f ad iJGurnlng Immediately so premier Imlghtbe introduced Addressing his Faudiencs as fellow members of congress Mr MacDonald said he f tad been paid a very high honor by being permitted to greet them It awakens many memories of other days In Washington he said 1 Presented to Senators a talk of several minutes Ithe prime minister stepped down into the big well of the house where I lie members were presented to him one by one I Watching from the gallery the I cordial reception was Miss Isbbel LMacDonald who wore a grey dress lth alinost inviaible diagonal strip TURN TO 1AOE 2 COLUMN House at Mitchell Damaged by Flames MITCHELL Oct At about 6 oclock Friday evening a f ire of origin broke out inthe home of Mrs Maria Vaughn She Bjhad made a fire In the stove1 and had gone over to the home of her who lives nearby Neighbors called her By the ef i forts of the neighbors and friends waa extinguished but not until damage had been done L The household goods were all and the loss Is by in surance v IOWA WEATHER Fair Monday night and prob ably Tuesday not mnch change In temperature local Monday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Warmest Sunday 63 Coolest in Night 38 fcAt 8 A M Monday 42 For like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Warmest Saturday 70 Coolestin Night 51 If Tuesday is as fine a day in Chi Will Rogers WIUL ROGERS B EVERLY HILLS C a 1 Oct 7 Lest y o u forget King George and the Prince of Wales are also from the same country a s PTe ml e r MacDonald Yours WILL BODY OF GIRL FOUND BENEATH FLOOR OF HOME May Have Been Sacrifice in Operations of Re ligious Cult T OS ANGELES Oct 7 ments of a strange religious cult were examined by police here today in an effort to determine if the life o WillaRhoads 16 high priestess which was found in a speciallymade coffin Beneath the floor of her faster parents home here was sacrificed cago as Monday was In Mason City at least a half dozen local baseball baseball be happy Indeed WilliamRhoad3 were held as ma terial witnesses yesterday after the officers unearthed the coffin con taining the girls body and another in which were the bodiesof seven dogs May Have Been Sacrificed Altho a preliminary examination produce anything indica ting ne girl had met a violent death Capt B W Thomasou of the police Bunco squad voiced the theory that her life had been sac rificed in the operationsof the cult police suspicion was directed to the Rhoadss home after two other members of the cult Mrs Otis Blackburn the high priestess and her daughter Mrs Ruth Angelina Wieland Rizzio had been held on charges of embezzling about 550000 from persons who hcl contributed to the organization which bore the name of the Divine Order of the Royal Arm of theGreat Seal Claims Dogs Were Fets The dogs had been pets of the dead girl and acording to the story told by Mrs Rhoads represented the seven tones of Gabriels rumpiit wHJch the cultista expected to pro claim Resurrection Morn Her husband standing silently by Mrs Rhoads told investigators that icr stepdaughter had died of diph ieria Jan 1 1925 Believing she would be resurrected the body was placed in a copperlined coffin made sy Mr Rhoads packed in Ice and or more than a year transported rom one dwelling to another as the family changed residences Despairing of the resurrection that never came Mrs Rhoada told TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 1 BRITISH ISLES HIT BY WIND Portugal and Britanny Also Damaged Livestock Killed LONDON Oct 7 storms with gusts of between 50 and 60 miiea an hour velocity did con siderable damage in the British Isles over the Weekend Portugal and Britanhy also suffered Streams in the mountain districts were swelled by the torrential rains accompanyingthe wind bridge were broken villages flooded and people driven from their homes There was great damage along Find Pistols Hidden in Colorado Prison POSSIBILITY OF NEW OUTBREAK IS UTEST FEAR SCENE OF PRISON RIOT First luthentio photo of the Colorado penltcnfUry mtiliny one of the worst prison riots in modern tunes nt Canon City Colo where ilvo prisoners mnssscrcd seven guards before taking their own lives after holding off asmall army attacking with lynamite and machine guns shows Prisoners not tllcates smoking Central Tress tolcphoto y aacng w yname an macne guns enral ress tolcphoto TS nottaking part In the riot huddled In prison yard near cell block number two Arrow In block nnmber tjirce wrdcK heuscd tha oonylct mutineers at time this picture CHICAGO UP SEVEN DAYS Unidentified Flyers Are at Half Way Mark to En durance Record CHICAGO Oct 7 half way mark only two days away the Will continued to cruise in lazy circles above sky har bor airport today in its fourth at tempt to surpass the 421 hour re fueling endurance record of the St Louis Robin At a m it passed the one hundred sixtyeighth hour exactly seven days The flight promoters and field attaches still declined to disclose tSo identities of the planes two pilots THRETCAUlT WITH PHEASANTS Overturned Car Turns Trio of Violators Into Hands of Deputy Glanville Caught in an overturned automo bile with twentytwo pheasants three Minnesota men were fined over late Sunday afternoon The police department was notified that a car had run into a ditch and overturned on the Jefferson high way about four miles south of town and Officer Van Horn who answerer the can found pheasants instead of the expected rum The three men Walter Dunn and John McCarthy of St Paul and Wil liam McCarthy of St Cloud were un injured Officer Van Horn arrested them and notified Dean Glanville deputy game warden The men were taken before Jus tice of the Peace S L Haynes where they were fined each nnd their shotguns forfeited They were charged with shooting pheas ants out of season and hunting with a license None of them pos sed a nonresident hunting li se They stated the birds were killed In Butler county south of Al lison The deputy game warden turned the pheasants over fo the Park hos Dies in Auto at Forest City Suffers Paralytic Stroke on Way to Office Son Was Called FOREST CITY Oct par alytic stroke suffered at oclock Monday morning snuffed out the life of Dr H R Irish 69 for many years a practicing physician here and founder of the Irish hospital as he was driving to his office Altho he has been a sufferer from a mild case of diabetes for several years Dr Irish had enjoyed fairly goodhealth for the past several years His sudden death is a severe shock to relatives He lost control of his automobile when the stroke happened and the machine ran into the office of the Northern Lumber company His son and partner in the Irish hospital here Dr Tom J Irish was called im mediately by employes of the lum ber company and he was rushed to his own hospital he died 15 minutes lator He has been the pioneer practi cloner in Forest City He came to the town In 1883 nnd later aftnr building an immense practice estab lished the Irish hospital He is survived by his wife one daughter Mrs Henry Clausen Clear Lake and one son Dr Tom J Irish His first wife preceded him in death nine years ago pital in Hason the patients City for the use of New Currier for Japan TOKYO Oct 7 o w txiuufr j VJIL f I UJT fUeSpJLS the coast Small craft and light talk of naval disarmament the Navy shore structures were destroyed Office in Tokyo has placed an order Ireland was harj berjt with bridges or a new airplane carrier of 8000 swept away in the county Tyrone j tons and many cattle drowned and crops The new ship will be named the deatroyed the floods caused house Ryusho and will be paid for from holds in some districts to take reffunds appropriated for the con uge in the upper floors structlon of auxiliary naval vessels CROSS EXAMINE EUNICE PRINGLE Girl in Pantages Case Faces AllDay Ques tioning 1OS ANGELES Oct 7 A severe all day grueling faced Eu nice Pringle 17 year old accuser of Alexander Pantages at the opening of the sixth day of the millionaire theater magnates trial on a statu tory charge Defense attorneys indicated they expected to continue cross examina tion of the girl begun Friday thru most of the day Search for a private detective In dicted secretly Saturday for alleged attempts to bribe a state witness added a new angle to tactics of the prosecution The detective sought on a bench warrant was Indicted as n result of DISMISS SUIT OF MINISTER Case Against Mrs Kennedy Is Thrown Out of f Court SEATTLE Oct 7 000 breach of promise suit filed by thp Rev H H Clark against Mrs Minnie B Kennedy Los Angeles ev angelist and mother of Aimee Seni ple McPherson was thrown out of court here today Superior Judge J T Ronald din missed the suit for lack of evi dence Clark a former Seattle minister had alleged that Mrs Kennedy had obtained his consent to marry her and then refused to go thru with the ceremony leaving him morally unfit to carry oa his plans for re ligioua work Official Certain Five Other Convicts Are Armed pANON CITY Colo Oct 7 Fear hovered over the Colorado state penitentiary again today bringing a tense anxiety to the rou line of rehabilitating the battle scarred institution which only last Friday waa in the throes of a bloody mutiny Coincident with commitment of a second convict to solitary confine ment officials discovered two re olvers hidden in a coai pila One of ficial unarmed said he was certain five convicts in the prison were is they had arms hid den May Execute Trio The officer would not gHe his reason for auch a belief The noose today dangled close to three heads as a result of Investiga tion of last weeks mutiny in which 12 lives were lost by massacre and by suicide Charles Davis was ordered placed In solitary confinement Soon after this action the two revolvers w found and Leo W McGenty 25 Denver ordered coh these EOiraWfpra were in possession ol weapons when tho mutiny inthe prison broke out Identity of the third convict suspected was not made known Ives Sentenced to Die These developments coupled with a general uneasiness and turmoiJ within the prison may give EWdia Ives Denver stayer sentenced to go to the gallows this week a tempor ary suspension of sentence until the situation quiets An execution with the atmos phere of the prison surcharged as it might result in serious conse quences officials believe McGenty has attempted twice to escape from the penitentiary testimony of Ivan R T Samsonoff surprise state witness Samsonoff JIJJUU said the detective told htm he would occurred while if be gave in the COSTEHOLDS FLIGHT RECORD Frenchmen Complete Hop of 6158 Miles to Manchuria PEKING China Oct 7 telegram received by the French consul at Harbin Manchuria from Capt Dieudonne Coste French avi ator says he and Jacques Bellonte n their plane the covered 9610 cilometers about 6158 miles on their long trip from Le Bourget to Manchuria last week This estimate is 1800 miles in ex cess of the previous longdistance flying record established by the Italian aviators Ferrarin ami Del Prete in 1928 of 4358 miles Captain Costea telegram was sent from Tsitsihar Manchuria and sjud they had landed safely in a desert section of Hcilugkiang pro Sunday Sept 29 and had been able to reach Tsitsihar only yesterday They left Le Bourget Fri day Sept 27 Their night established Ihe first nonstop air communication between France and China The French con sul at Harbin It Reynard left Im mediately for Tsitsihar to assist them to obtain fuel and make neces sary minor repairs so they could continue their night Their original destination was Vladivostok Siberia Ship Blast Kills Trio PHILADELPHIA Oct 7 explosion on board the steamer Eel REPORTS SMUGGLING DENVER Colo Oct 7 former convict of the Colorado atate penitentiary formerly n Denver business man told the Rocky Moun tain today1 he was willingto expose an alleged booze and dope smuggling ring in the state peniten tiary if his witnesses would be guaranteed protection by Gov W H Adams and the state board of corrections The News today said this man as serted It is possible to smuggle a threshing machine into that place Guns lope booze anything can be mutinous convicts were marked be cause they were not members of n ring the News quoted hjm as saying WITH MacDONALD d Press Photo ROMS Rosenberg private sec retary to Irlmo Minister Mac Donald IB one of the members of tho MacDonnld pnrty vlilting America 4 IOWANS DIE IN ACCIDENTS OVER WEEKEND Lester Bradley Cresco Killed As AuttrHits FORCES YOUTH IN THEATER TO GIVE UP MONEY Assistant Manager Ac costed on Street by Gunman OMAHA Oct 7 man flour ishing a revolver and threatening to kill held up Glen McDaniel 21 assistant manager of the Paramount theater hers early todayand com pelled him to open the theater safa and deposit In a sack nearly the receipts for Saturday and Sun day The robber escaped with tho money MdDanieJ hysterical told the po lice the robber accosted him just af ter he had left the theater about J a m The man called him by name McDaniel said He told me hed kill me if I called for help he said When they reached the office Daniel said the rubber toldhim open the safe I tried to convince him I didnt know the combination but he said You know it all right and if you dont get busy Ili blow your brains out After the money had been placed in the sack the robber carried the man ordered him to remain in tha office for an hour the holdup victim said After about 20 minutes had elapscd McDaniel called police McDaniel said believed the man was a negro but at no time did he get more than a glimpse of him BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS J7OUR lowans among them Lester 1 Bradley of Crcsco are dead as the result of weekend accidents Earl Steuart of Sioux City was in jured fatally when his car crashed headon into a cattle truck near Tekamah Nebr Leland Carpenter 4 died in a Sioux City hospital from injuries received when ha was struck by an automobile driven by R White While attempting to pass a truck Mrs1 Wilbur Bennett 28 was killed near her home at Quimby about seven miles southwest of Cherokee Mrs Bennett was riding with her husband and another couple CRESCO BOY KILLED CRESCO Oct Brail ley 17 was instantly killed and Raymond Heyberger 16 was ser iously injured and taken to Mercy hospital Saturday night when the two young men driving a new Ford car struck the rear of a thresh ing separator and tractor owned and driven by John Drilling The accident occurred about Saturday evening The separator is said to have had no rear signal light The Ford going at rapid speed struck head on The impact was sufficient to smash the car nl most beyond repair The separator was telescoped into VICTIM RECOVERS May Be Back at Work on Ditch Before Middle of Week GREENE Oct Schneider 33 workman who was believed to be fatally hurt Saturday whan he was buried by a cavein in a It foot sewerage ditch being built here ik on the way to recovery Ha was rushed to the hospital at Charles City while still unconscious Ha later recovered consciousness and a thoro examination disclosed that no serious injuries had resulted His release from the hospital la expected today and he may ba back at work berore the middle of the week in spite of his harrbwina1 experience Eagl had in that pen if a mans got the cab of the tractor John Dril cnough money to pay for them ling driver of the tractor was un Some of the guards killed by the injured Drilling was going north toward his home two miles from Cresco on the Granger road The ac cident occurred about a mile north of Cresco Metropolitan and Union Banks in Bancorporation Tl 1 r T Largest Independent Unit jc tages beck today killed three men and in jured a number of others The blast J repairs were being 1 hold the J which has not been ascertained Minneapolis and 31 Others Included concerning the affilia tlon of the Metropolitan Na tional bank of Minneapolis an in stitution with resources of 000000 and the Union Investment company a holding company which Itself controls 31 northwest banks with total resources of more than was announced by Col Hanford MacNider vice president Monday Addition of the two institutions to the Northwest Bancorporation In creases thc number of banks which it directly or indirectly owns to 70 their combined deposits to 730 and their total resources to over 3390000000 Mr Norrls president and John W Barton vice president of thc Metropolitan and Mr Al brecht president of the Union In vestment become directors of the BnncorporfUion The Metropolitan National largest l t T f independent commercial bank in Minneapolis with deposits of more than was established in 1007 The Union Investment com pany organized in 1004 la owned by Minneapolis businessmen some of whom are now directors of the Northwestern National bank To Continue In Operation The Metropolitan bank will be continued in operation under the present management and board of directors and In its present loca tion In addition to its extensive commercial business the bank oper ates a savings department with over 20000 depositors and a per sonal loan department and also controls an investment securities af filiate tho Metropolitan National company The Northwest Bnncor poration two weeks ago acquired Minneapolis other great independ ent commercial Institution the Mid land National and Trust company The Union Investment company TURN TO IAtfE Z COLUUN 5 le Grove Family Is Hurt in Accident EAGLE GROVE Oct car driven by William Weinhold of Troy township in which were his wife daughter Lura and son Willard collided with R car coming from Lhc other direction on No 60 a few1 miles south ot here Sunday evening about 6 oclockThe Weinhold cap was turned completely over and thej occupants thrown out Mr was dazed for a time but soon re covered Mrs Weinhold suffered tf number of broken ribs but ia not thot to have any serious Injury Willard had a bad cut on one leg which will make him an invalid a time and the daughter has Plight injury to one ankle AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I reckon everbody is fit for Romcthin an now that Cousin Henry has failed at sellin lite insurance heH make a good husband for some woman that likes to keep hoarders ;