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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas PAPER Edited for the Home DAILY TIMES HOME EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUFPLMENTAL SERVICE NO 2 CUBS TAKE THIRD GAME Gall Riot Squad to Workers Headquarters rtOT JBL LEWIS ORDERS ILLINOIS UNION OHKF REMOVED Fishwick State President Ignores Order of His OPRINGFiELD HI Octll A riot squad of the Springfield police department was called to headquarters OE the Illinois mine workers this morning to stop pro visional officers appointed by inter national Pjresi dent Lewis from t ak ing possession by force The call was placed by Assist ant ChiefCounsel Joseph Londrigan He advised policethat the Illinois executiveboard waslin legal session and the provisional officers named to replace them were attempting to force their way in Fishwick Sticks Tight Outside was a force of a dozen men of the international camp headed by Frank Hefferly of Col linBville whom International Presi dent Lewis has named to replace State President Harry Fishwick With him were the other provisional officers Inside was President HarryFlsh tyick conferring with his executive board and the legal staff Immediate means of standing tlje provisional order was neces sary Altho union frowns on eaurse while union courts tbe jatate officlals were 6ebatmg the best andsafestlvay fS i defy the international Thej were about decided on a temnorary ip junction when noise without de jimanSeil that doors be opened to the vymen authorized by the international head of the union to take over the states union affairs Wont Surrender President Fishwick sent word that he would not surrender but had called the police to see that no btf pulled Hefferly answered that rough stuff was not contemplated and with that left the building with his followers apparently intent upon getting court actionto aid him May Declare Mistrial in Fall Litigation WASHINGTON Oct 11 Trial of Albert B Fall on charges of accepting a bribe from E L Doheny was recessed today by Justice William ffitz who announced be would decide later whether he would declare a mistrial or recess until Monday Hitz action followed reports of physicians appointed by the court who said Fall was suffering from bronchial pneumonia and unable to stand tri at present Defense counsel asked for a re cess to give Fall a chance to se cure vindication 1 IOWA WEATHER Probably rain and local thun dershowers Friday night and Saturday except mostly fair In west portion Saturday not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Friday Wannest Thursday 48 Coolest In Night 45 At 8 A M Friday 48 Kalnfall 07 The weeks total of rainfall has been brot to about threequarters of an inch by the 07 of an inch that descended Thursday mostly in the form of mist The drizzle was con tinuing Friday morning with little about the situation to indicate that It was about over FALL JUROR NO 1 Miss Virginia Cooper 23 chosen as juror No 1 in trial of Albert B Fall former secre tary of Interior on bribery charges growing out of oil leases Is Washlngton Boclefcv girl MANY CHANGES IN DIPLOMATIC POSTS CERTAIN Japanese Swedish Posts Are A mo n g Those Minus Ministers By C P WILLIAMSON Associated Press StaffWriter T1JASHINGTON Oct 11 VV DesignatipnrbyTresident Hoov er of American diplomats to a num ber of foreignipbsts is expected to be made Tokyo Stockholm Tegucigalpa and Monrovia posts are vacant Charles MacVeagllrresigned recently from Tokyo to takeiip again his ex tensive interestsin New York The Swedish post was left vacant by the transfer of Minister Leland Harrison to UruguaytheHonduran post the transfer ofMinister George T Summerlin to Venezuela and the post of Monroviacapital of Liberia by thedeath recently of Minister William T Frances Create 2 New Positions 1 The creation of two new diplo matic positions in South Africa andIraqWill permit theappoint ment oc two new officials Ralph J Totten of Tennessee consul general In Capetown is looked upon by Washington officials as the most prominent candidate for the position as minister there The president is known to be keenly interested in the Improve ment of the American foreign serv ice in South America Numerous changes there including the posts In Lima Peru and Lapaz Bolivia have been rumored David E Kauf man American minister to Bolivia has been mentioned in connection with the ambassadorship to Peru fJoseph C Grew ambassador to Tur key and former under secretary of state has also been mentioned for a South American ambassadorship Wants to Keep Morrow It is considered probable that the president will make every effort to retain Dwight W Morrow as am bassador to Mexico He has been dis cussed as a successor in the senate of Walter E Edge of New Jersey who is to be ambassador to France One unconfirmed rumor which has excited considerable interest in diplomatic circles is to the effect that John Van A MacMurray may not return as minister to China after his forthcoming leave or ab sence in the United States Cameron Forbes of Boston who is said to have the support of some rf the most prominent republican leaders has been mentioned In con nection with the Tokyo pont He formerly governor general of the Philippine Islands iOTAL IS FINAL FIGURE TUESDAY Goal Will Be Readied If Everybody Works Says Webster THE amount raised for Mason Citys community chest went to at the report meeting at the Hotel Hanford Friday noon If solicitors continue their work and cover the remainder of their assigned territory the total will be certain to reach the goal for the final report meeting Tuesday noon Ben Webster campaign chairman announced Mr Webster and Lester Milllgan secretary of the Chamber of Com merce spiked rumors that threats were being used in any part of the campaign to get employes of indus tries to donate No Jobs Jeopardized it was brot outJhat in no In stance were1He3obS of employes fscfc thsit they did not to the chest The divi sion wda from 4000 to In vleiv of the fact that under this reorganized system other so licitors cut into the territory gen erally covered by the womens di vision The womens total raised in a residentialcanvass The addition of 800 put tb6 total raised ii the dlvl division was makes a total of four divisions over their quota Not only the division but every team in the government and civic employes organization went over Its quota 5t was reported at the meeting Four Divisions Over Following Js the total raised by each division thus far Div No I J H Marston Div No 2 B E Manley Div No 3 B R Weston Div No 4 F C Eslick Div No 5 Utilities Div No 6 Govt employes Div No 7 Large Indus Div No 8 Small Indus Div No 9 chain stores Div No 10 Womens 5 7870 5801 4926 424 3938 3131 13257 2349 1357 2423 TOTAL549304 IOWAN AHEAD IN AIR TOUR Motor Trouble and Illness of Pilot Causes Changes in Standings GREENEVILLE N Car Oct 11 Misfortune which beset leading contenders in the National Air Tour on the RichmondGreenville lap re sulted In several changes in elapsed time standings J V Crosswell and K Voelter who apparently had a tight hold on fifth place as the planes took off yesterday morning on the Rich mondWinston Salem N Car leg of the flight to Greenville hardly were off the ground before motor trouble forced them to turn back Repairs made they set out again but were halted by darkness at Greensboro N Car They were counted seventh in elapsed time to day They are flying a CurtissCon dor transport Earl Rowland was stricken with appendicitis at Richmond and altho Joe Meehan took over the task of piloting Rowlands plane it slipped to tenth place in the standing May Halslipj one of three wom en pilots also experienced motor trouble and was several hours be hind the other planes in arriving at Greenville The one two throe places in elapsed time were held by John LIv Ingstoii of Iowa Art Davia and M E Zeller respectively Iowa Wreck Victim Dies After Accident CARROLL Oct 11 Vanderheiden died early today in a hospital here from injuries suffered late yesterday when his automobile failed to round a turn and crashed into a tree His lung was pierced by the steering post His wifn thrown thru tho windshield stif fened only a silent scalp wpund Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Oct According to the morning press yesterday was a day of discov ery Liridy and family discov ered a lot of buried towns outside of this country A bur ied town is one where there is only two oil companies op erating filling1 stations and the drugstore still WILL ROGERS retains a licensed pharmacist Then my good friend Mr Bris bane goes and discovers how to keep a baby from sucking Its thumbs He is always doing something to discourage senator ial talent Miss MacDonald wants above everything else while here to see a ball game but we cant show her one as the American league teams have quit playing against each other Yours WILL ROGERS SCORE BY INNINGS Cubs Athletics PLAY BY PLAY LAKE SHIPPING HIT BY GALE Chicago Center of 50Mile Shore Line Lashed by Terrific Wind FIKST INNING up Ball one low Strike one called It cut the corner Foul strike two McMillan fanned swinging at a fast ball over the plate English up Strike one swung Strike two He swung again Foul back of plate Ball one high It was slow ball English went out on a roller It was Bishop to Foxx Horns by up Hornsby was cheered Strike one Hornsby swung hard FouT back of stands strike two Bali one high outside Strike three called Hornsby fanned on a low curve ball over the outside corner He regla ered a mild protest with Umpire Moriarity No runs no hits no er rors none left up Strike one called It was fast Ball one outside it was a curve Foul into the dug out Strike two Ball two high and outside Ball three outside It was a curve Bishop went out on a fly o Grimm in short right field When Hornsby threwthe ball after taking t from Grimm it grazed the first Basemans face He rubbed his face but was not much hurt Haas up Ball one low Strike one be swung Ball two high The ball was thrown out and a new one substituted Haas singled to center Bush jumping out of the way as the vicious drive passed the box Cochrane up Strike one called Bush threw to first Ball one outside Crchrane hit a fly Haag SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Oct 11 box score CHICAGO AB R H PO A E McMillan Sb 4 0 nglish 89 4 1 HornsDy Zb 4 1 Vtlson S 0 luyler rf 4 0 Stephenson If 4 0 5rimm lb 4 0 Taylor o Hush p Totals 18 foot waves by a blustery east wind continued thruout last night to roar and slap a 50 mile front of which Chicago was the center Shippingwas periled breakwaters weakened and shbrt drives were washed by waves that arched angrily over concrete curbs Apart nent building dwellers along the ake in Rogers park and Evanston again experienced the fear felt last spring that the repeated pounding was weakening foundations No loss of life was reported al tho four Waukegan fishermen in a 45foot tug fought the high waters 12 hours before finally being res cued by coast guardsmen FIND GRAVES OF CULT MEMBERS Continue Investigation Into Death of High Priestess LOS ANGELES Oct 11 veil of mystery cloaking the disap earanre of seven members of the Divine Order of the Royal Arm of he Great Seal was lifted par tially today by the announcement of authorities that two of the seven had died and had been buried in southern California towns One died after being baked in a brick oven Investigators said they had locat ed in Ventura Cal the grave of Urs Marlene Satoris 30 of Port and Ore and obtained information hat Mrs Frances May Turner had been buried In San Gabriel a Los Angeles suburb altho the death cer ificate had been filed in Ventura Mrs Jennie Blackburn mother of he high priestess of the cult ad mitted to police yesterday that Mrs Turner had been subjected to baking n an effort to cure here of paraly Mrg Blackburn said Mrs Turner vag placed in the oven under a net ting which supported hot bricks 3he wag kept there at Intervals ex endlng over two days Two daya after this treatment stopped Mrs Turner died The coroners office said that no would be made for at least hree days on the chemical tests be ng made on the body of Willa Rhoads 19 cult priestess whose 0dy was found beneath the home of her foster parents in Venice Cause of death has not been determined Mrs Martha Rhoada the girls fos ter mother is held in jail Is Stationed In Virginia LAKE MILLS Oct Thompson who was called home from his post In Virginia with the United States Marines plans tore main here with relatives until Oct 14 when he will be obliged to for duty PHILADELPHIA Jishop 2b laas cf r 5 jochrane c 3 to Stephenson in short lett rafc back to first one inside Strike one called It was in the middle Simmons hit to Eng llshand Haas was forced to Horns by No runs one hit no errors ono left SECOND INNING up Strike one he swung Ball one low and inside Wil son hit far into centerfield and ran to third base by the time the ball was returned Cuyler up Strike one called It was an outside curve FouJ strike two Cuyler went out Boley to Foxx Wilson holding third Ste phenson up Foul strike one over the stands Wilson went out at the plate on Bishops throw of Stephen sons roller Grimm up Ball one high Ball two inside Strike one he swung Strike two called It was over the outside corner Grimm struck out swinging at a low curve No runs one hit no errors one left up Ball one out side Foul strike one Strike two called It was a curve Strike three Foxx fanned on a ball over the out side corner Miller up Ball one low Ball two it was a fast ball Miller went out on a long fly to Cuyler Dykes up Dykes was given a hand Ball one outside Dykes singled to left hitting solidly on a line Boley up Ball one high It was a pitch out Strike one swung Foul1 strike two into the stands Foul into the upper deck of the stands Boley sin gled to right and Dykes ran to third while Boley took second on the throw The play was close Cuyler makinga good throw McMillan dropped the ball but probably would not have had Dykes anyway Earn shaw up Ball one low outside Strike one called Ball two outside Taylor kicked Foul strike two over the stands Dykes scored on a stea of home as Bush wound up Boley ran to third Moran then reversec his decision and called Dykes out the Cubs ran in It was found that the ball on which Dykes had made a clean steal of home wag a third strike on Earnshaw The side was retired No runs two hits no er rors two left THIRD INNING up Taylor flied to Dykes in short left field Bush up Foul strike one Foul strike two Foul Strike three Bush fanned McMillan up Strike one foul Strike two called Foul Foul back of first Foxx had to run to the stands try ingto catch it McMillan hit a high fly to Bishop No runs no hits no errors none left up Ball one outside Foul Into right field bleach ers Strike two Ball two outside Bishop hit a high fly to Grimm near the pitchers box Haas up Ball one outside Foul over the stands strike one Strike two Ball two outside Foul Haas hit the ball In self de fense Haas singled to right He started to second but Cuyler drove him back with a great throw Coch rane up Ball one high and fast Cochrane singled Haas stopped at second Simmons up Taylor went cut and patted Bush on the baclt Ball one outside Ball two low Bnll CONTINUED ON SIORT PAGE CUBS DAY 4 3 34 3 6 2 17 1 AB R H PO A E 401340 0 THREE SCORES IN 6TH GIVE BRUINS THEIR FIRST LEAD Hornsby arid Cuyler Snap Out of Batting Slump to Help Chicago Take Their First Game of Series SHIBE PARK Oct 11 Rogers Hornsby and Kiki Cuyler Demerging from their fa mous batting slump to drive across all their runs the Chicagcj Cubs staged comeback to score their first worlds series vic tory today in the third game The final 3 to 1 with Guy Bush getting tha pitching decision over George Earnshaw who started his sec ond straight game and struck out 10 men to increase the Cut itrikeout total to 36 for the series The Athletics still led by two games to one The fourth fame will be pluyed at Shibe park tomorrow 2000 1 Simmons If 8 0 Foxx lb 4 0 Miller rf 40 Dykes Sb 4 0 IJoloy ss 4 0 arnshaw p 20 xHumma 1 0 2 12 0 0 0 totals rTrr 84 1 9 27 8 1 xBatted for Earnshaw in 9th Chicago N L 000 OOS Philadelphia 000 010 Summary Runs batted Hornsby Cuyler 2 MUler Two base Stephenson Three base Chicago 6 Philadelphia 10 Base on Earnshaw 2 Wilson off Bush 2 Bishop Coch Struck Earnshaw 10 McMillan English Hornsby 2 Cny ier Grimm Taylor Bush by Bush 4 Foxx Earnshaw 2 Pitch ers Earnsbaw 1 earned run off Bush 1 earned run Wild B Moran NL at plate Roy Van Grnflan AL first base William J Idem NL second base William H Dinnccn AL third base Time of Two strikeouts went down in the look in the opening minutes of the pame when Earnshaw fanned Mc Millan first up and Hornsby third o face him English previously bad rolled to Bishop who put him out at first Altho the As in their half of the opener continued their hit ing Haas getting on they were unable to score Bishop had flied out and BO did Cochrane so that Haas was forced at second on Simmons single Wilson found his batting eye and sailed thexbaU far into center field for three bases but was out at tha plate when Stephenson rolledto Bi shop Cuylers out to Koxx and Grimmsstrikeout Cubs half of the second WtvOnt One of the most unusual plays in baseball took place in the As oec ind Inning With a man pn second out two Home Fans Cheer for Third Win By ALAN GOULD SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Oct 11 shift of worlds series scenery today brot the Ath letics back to their home grounds with an enthusiastic home town crowd to cheer their dash to make it three straight over the Cubs The Chicagoans after taking two long counts at home nominated Guy Bush with Charley Root in reserve the big stand to break their los ing streak It was not quite so cold or so windy as the second battle or rath er the second rout of Chicago but overcoats and blankets were just about as useful Crowds Cheer Altrock Appropriate too was the prelim inary football act of the perennial comedians Nick Altrock and Al Schacht but the biggest hit for the early birds in the outer stands was the strikeout pantomine by the laughmaking pair They cheered this act with a species of fiendish glee About 3000 fans flocked into the dollar seats as the noisy advance guard of an expected capacity turn out of 38000 There was a marked contrast be tween the two parks in the targets offered to the heavy hitters The big double deck stand stretching all the CONTINUED ON SPOUT PAGE OBrien Will Be Law Advisor for Highway Commission at Ames DES MOINES Oct well A OBrien assistant attorney general is slated for the position of attorney for the Iowa state highway commission it became known today Attorney General John Fletcher will name another assistant attor ney general within the next few weeks The post of assistant attor general to handle highway com mission legai matters was created by the last legislature went out at first and Dykes and Soley on flies With Stephensons twobase httf n the first of the closing stanza tha 3ubs were in a fair way to increasa their lead but the next three men Taylor and vent out Bush fanned making thd enth strikeout for Earnshaw The As sent in a pinch hlttery Summa for Earnshaw but the lef man struck out Bishop went out on afly and Haas contributed the third out Score Chicago 3 PhiV adelphia 1 and Dykes on third and two Earnshaw came to bat took strikes and as Bush wound up for the delivery Dykes stole in from third He was out however since the ball on which he stolehome was the third strike on Earnshnw Three Bush and down in order fur the Cuba in the third The AtMet ca were minus their scoring punch n the thirdwhen Haas and Coch rane got on after Bishop had flied out Simmons next went out and goton thru Englishs error his fourth in three games but Miller with the bases loaded filed out to Itephenson Bush getting out of a ad hole The fourth for the Cubs was qually scoreless altho Wilson singled his fifth straight hit of the series English fouled out and Jornsby struck out again followed by Cuyler the same way Again with two men with a single and Bishop via the pass Athletics couldnt aend over a run in the fourth and the side retired after nicking Busy for his sixth hit Earnshaw in Rare Form Earnshaw was pitching great ball In four innings seven Cubs had gone the strikeout route with the giant Athletics hurler granting only two hits as against six off Bush In the first of the fifth Stephenson Grimm and Taylor went out In order the latter a strikeout The As began to lobk up in their half of the fifth when Cochrane who had hit was advanced to sec ond and scored on Millers single to center It was the first run of the game The Cubs went into the as cendency in their half of the sixth with three runs putting the Bruins in the lead for the first time during the series A walk for Bush started things English beat out a hit and scored when Hornsby hit to center Wilson went out advancing the runners Cuyler brot In Hornsby and English with a long single The next tbreo Athletic balttra that came up went out Dykes on a fly Boley ona foul and Earnshiiw by the strike out route Three Out in Order The first of the seventh likewise was brief Grimm Taylor and Bush all going out the latter by a strike out The As had a fine opportunity in their half of the seventhwhen Bishop hit Haas went out and Cochrane walked Simmons sent a long fly to Wilson and both runners advanced With a man on second and third two out Jimmie Foxx he of the homcrun fame rolled out Taylor to Grimm The Bruins tried hard in the eighth after Hornsby had hit with two out and Wilson had drawl a walk but Klkl Cuyler fouled out to Foxx It was nothing doing for the lub inthe eighth either for Miller MDONMDl a J 5 Program of Luncheons ners Speeches Awaits Premier NEW YORK Oct 11 official mission of peace accom plished J Ramsay MacDonald prime minister of Great Britain is In vhat he called the city of his adop tion today to receive the greetings of friends and to rest Today he had a program of lunch eons teas dinners and conferences Tomorrow is his sixtythird birthday and he plans to spend it with friends and in quiet contemplation both OS he past and of the future There are no plans for Sunday after which IB will cross into Canada by way of Niagara Falls for a conference with Mackenzie King Canadian premier The forenoon today was occupied with calls one by a group of social st leaders including Morris Hill quit chairman of the socialist na ional committee and Normafi Thomas candidate for mayor A deputation from the Jewish agency of Palestine was also expected MacDonald will make his first speech of the day before 5000 guests at a luncheon at tha Hotel Astor arranged by the English speaking union with the coopera tion of three British societies Later he will address 2000 mem bers and guests of the Foreign Poli cy association at tea and a recep ion at the Commodore At dinner ic will be the guest of the council of foreign relations The speeches will be broadcast thruout the United States and Canada and to Great Britain AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Widow Jones got her in surance money this week an had most enough to pay the undertaker an buy a monument after both boys made the first payment on their cars ;