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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY NEWSPAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY rOL XXXV DAILY TIMES FTYB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRBSS MONDAY FINAL EDITION MONDAY mm M 1TBD PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JsfO HOOVER BOARDS SHIP FOR SOUTHERN TRIP mm 1 r ID flH VESTRISOWNERS DENY ORDERING DELAYJIF S 0 S Agent Says He Asked Carey for Details of Trouble MBW TORK Nov IS foDenlal in behalf of the owners of the British steamship Vestris that they caused the captain to delay SOS calls rt cjsecl attcntionv today on radio mes sages obtained vby arederal Attorney Charles H Uuttle who is comluctimr an inquiry into the disaster David Cook vice president ot San derson and Son American agents far Lamport and Holt issued this state ment We had no message from Captain Carey until after we had asked him was his trouble The tirst we knew oC any trouble on the Vestrs was about Monday morning Nov 12 when somebody at station WOR calied us up to aslc if we heard the S O S which the Vestris waa sending out and which their sta tion was picking up I immediately rang up tho Radio Marine corporation ana asked them details which they save me I then instructed them to send a Icss to Captain Carey asking him what his trouble was and his reply was tlio first communication from him United States Attorney Tul tlo is wasting his time tryingto un earth some message between Captain Carey vnct me before the SOS was 5Cllt Got Radio Files Mr Tuttlo has subpoenaed the Si fles of merchant ships including Voltaire of the Lamport and Hull which was tho nearest of its shiPa to Vcatria when aho sank i also Jiae obtained records oC Williams Cleared Scall wassent at 10 oclock morning Charles Vc radio operator of the Vcs Jiris testified last week that a prelimi distress message saying mny need was sent to ill ships about S or 9 oclock Jtond morning A similar preliminary dis tress message ho said might have been sent even before S p Suu itlay but later ho testified he believed thc one message was the only 0110 of Rogers Says NEW TORK Nov Its been agreat fall for the fanner no matter how much his mortgages Ivors he could always turn on the radio every evening land receive consolation On Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays M r Hoover would care for his every desire On Tuesday Thurs days ana Satur days Mr Smith would s u c c or him This was to Nov 6 then Smith lost interest in him Hoover dlscov n planter that needed aid So it looked like the poor farm er was left with no relief from his radio but a jazz band Tlien Mr Colidgo rushed into the breach n S the old SDil S0t hia usual Yours Copyright 1928 a Negro stoker of fin thn sort sent Boxil Vest vis Who was rescued by tho Icsliiii was quoted In dis patches from Norfolk as sayis ihnt the Vestris was unnble to the Voltaire by radio and so reported to the line which then notified Cap lain Carey that It would notify A oltairo to sro to hia nsslKtnucc Wanted to Save Fees ISoxil said the officers and crew the Vestris did not believe the wouid sink hut thot that she would liavo to ho towed in and wished the Voltaire to do this in order to snvc salvage fees Information obtained by Tuttlo and the possibility that witnesses mlKht leave bis jurisdiction cmised him to call a hearing for this afternoon When tho sossion ended Saturday nn adjournment was taken until day COURT REFUSES STEWART PLEA FORDISMISSAL Oil Magnate on Stand in Perjury De fense Members of Vestris Crew Questioned in Inquiry iii LMsbarment Case THREE JUDGES HOLD EVIDENCE NOT SUFFICIENT CORN HUSKING CHAMP SnowPerils Flood Victims List DUE IN GERMANY Placed at 12 Fear Disease Nov J tico Jennings Bailpy refused todav i n District ot Columbia supreme court I to direct a verdict oC not guillj tho perjury trial of Robert W m chairman of the Standard Oil I tho rtefcnse j The defense had qucslionecl the dl1 reeled verdict on LViduy when the j i eminent concluded presentation of its case against Stewart who Is hnfn Wth havins tasey sworn bctore a scnnle Teapot Dome com mittco that ho had no knowledge of bond transactions of the Continental iradlng company of Canada Stewarts counsel argued that the government had not supported Its charges in tho testimony of members of the sonoto committee and the of ficial record of Stewarts appearance before the investigators Swedep Holland and Great Britain Check Up on Damage STOCKHOLM Nov 19 M Jlany ships foundered oft tho const in tho violent storm that raged over Sweden during the weekend No ioss of life was re ported BULLETIN Thousands Are Forced to Leave Homes in 3 Mid West States CITY NOV fell generally WINTER ISNT DUEJUSTYET Weatherman Says Tuesday Will Be Warmer After Light Snows 1ES MOtNBS Nov is St til in nf f titt 11 aJ still in the offing despite its j threatening flurries in parts of the tho United States weather bu flooded lca horn PHHlictort today Missouri and Okla snows fell in the cast and southeast portions of tho stato ID f over tho areas oC Kansas honia today intensifying tlio suffer ingand hardship ot thousands of per sons driven from their homes by over flows which followed an unprecedented I November downpour With the known toll of dead stand ing at a dozen additional lives were endangered by possible outbreaks of disease expected to follow tho severe climatic change which held tho tem perature in ihe lower thirties National and local relief agencies have join6d to combat the new men ace and to aid in rehabilitation of the Ie of tho himself to tho and it called Stewart stand Tolii of Appearances Takins the stand in the wake of several character witnesses Stewart advisers representing under questioning ho United States anil Cireat riiitnin TO PAGE COMJMX I The GlobeGazette Offers 100 Recipes for Cooking Meat Most cooks find it difficult to vary the meat courses They pre pare and serve over and over again the five or six meat dishes that have become standard In the family menu To these housewives the new meat booldct will prove especially interesting Besides glvins over 100 recipes It tells how to select meat cuts pives ffeneral rules for the cooking of meat contains charts showing the various cuts of beef veal pork and lamb nnd a time and temperature table Send G cents in coin or stamps to cover postage and handling cost on your copy Frederic J Haaliln Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Wasliington D C I inclose herewith 5 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of the MEAT BOOKIJ3T Street City Slate his chiof of counsel Frank j Hogun described his hifore the sonatc committee He said that on last Feb 2 and 3 he testified that ho had never personally received any Liberty bonds nt the Continental Trading company of Canada which the commit tee was seeking to trace and that lie mndo a dollar out of the Con mentals famous purchase and sale uf Humphries Oil Nov IS Three members of the crew ot carried by the Swedish vessel Mnl iiide were ironiiet foday when tlio ship went aernunil near Island HAMBURG Germany Nov 19 JP delayed advices today telling of tho havoc wrought bySaturdays hurricane in northwestern Cmmany the Hamburg station forecast tbo approach of another storm center A of vessels wore sunk li the gale These included a motor ship the fate whose crew was not determined and whoso home port war not learned The lightship Weser was torn from its moorings nnd stranded on the island of Wan or land of in1 roadbeds and bridges which caused The mie attained l velocity ot miles nn hour and caused a tlncf foot rise In the tide alontr the North erost of tlui Pnssini from central Kansas tl put to rocu before the woalhpr night and in JJes Moinos this morn But tlirsy were only flurries the weatherman said and temperatures will rise Tuesday The mcrcurv liov orer near the freezing Decision Dismisses Un ethical Method Accusation JH WILLIAMS Mason City attor ney wns cleared of a chargo of unethical practice while disbar inent proceedings against him were dismissed in the decision of the judges who heard tho case in tho Wright county district court at Clar ion A copy of the decision which was prepared by tho three judges 1 Hamilton judge of the sixth judicial district Clarence Nichols Vinton judge ot the seventeenth judi cial district and Oscar Hale Wapello judge of tho twentieth judicial dis trict at Cedar Rapids Saturday nfitr noon was received by John Kenneff vttorney for Mr Williams Monday norning Kvidenco Not Sufficient Tho judges held that tho evidence i the caso was not sufficient to sus ain tho accusations filed against Mr Williams Th0 disbarment proceedings against tho attorney were begun by tim Wright county grand jury at the Kcn tcmber term at court and were based nn alleged unethical methods tnu ployed at tho trial in Clarion o Under on a bigamy charge Wit nesses against tho attorney declares tUey had been coached by Trtr Wil liams on tno facts to which they were to testify on tho stand Inthe bigamy bearing Six Attorneys Testify Six leading Mason City attorneys twtlfiod as to Mr Williams gooc hanicter and conduct while wero 11 resented to tho same from the four judges of tho Mason ily district court Whilo Mr Sonneff of tho law firm f Senneff Bliss Witwcr and Sonneff Mr vas served by Attorney General Karl Wisdom and County U torncy Hohort TJ niun of Wright oounty Tho lirariiiKrequired three days Nov 7 R S ruliiiiB ears of attlim rato of 111 ii niiimio for 80 minutes Walter Olson Kio Knox comity Illinois has won the title of corn liusklng cliampinii in tho nalionnl toiitcst holil ucnr Fowler Inrt night point Cold Wave In Nov 9 many mountain passes and highways I already snow blocked and tempera turcs sliding downward the rtJm j U fowan Arrested for South Bend Robbery POLICE OFFICER IS KILLED BY N Y MURDERER Shooting Takes Place After Fugitive Had Been Arrested Nov IV LJ fire after he had been arrested and cone peaceably to police headquarters Uenry Peterson M wanted in Now Tori for ihe shooting of a policeman CORINTOTOBE FIRST TOWN ON TOUR SCHEDULE Neighbors Give Presi dentElect Great SendOff Hy L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer N PEDRO Nov 19 Herbert Hoover arrived hers at oclock this morning from Palo Alto and went Immediately aboard the battleship Maryland for bin soodwil trip to South America The presidentelect was met at htn rain by Admiral William V Pratt commander in ehlef of Paciflo coast battle fleat and group ot other naval officials who him tin ho launch which put off mniediatcly d wn tha bay to the bat leshlp Five later them were w es of booming blasts and Taricun battleships in the harbor fired the presidential salute of 21 suns fitven Big SendOff HOOVER TRAIN ENROUTE TO iAN PEDRO Nov 19 Bound on a foodwill mission for vJiieli thero Is no precedent in Amer can history PresidentElect Herbert loovor moved today toward San edro to embark upon his voyare South America Bidding farewell to the colleBe towR that has known him for more thin years Binca his undergraduate dayp he presidentelect of the United States boarded hie train at Palo Alto last night Ior a Journey whlch is to carry htm Into ot countries on the hemlspher and the American continent Defor him Jack to Florteui for lore his inauguration on aiarch 4 him aa he boarded the bat tleship Maryland for the voyazo Southward down tha Pacific coast lay Lorlnto as the first port of cali wherr he is to pay the first visit that anv president or presfdentelect of United States has ever made to Vic arajrua Inspect Panama Canal Afterward althot the definite ilin lllo ueimits itin early today shot and killed Detective wary for the entire trip hius not vet losojih Carroll wounded Serjjts Pred Carroll nnd JSImciOCJrady and fatally by the c Mountain resion today BKNn Nov isnizcd by a filling station attend ny of whom will be hardjcold wavn that was ust their living conditionsmost severe of the is the person who held up the ndvrnt of severe winter in Millions The property damage runs into the millions the principal loss being to livestock and flooded homos business buildings Railroad com1 Temperature readings of above zero wore expected to ho Tho temperature drop followed snow station Thursday nffcht nnd again liny nktht Dell Wilson nrieslofl iast night as passed hrvvc Miles arc hci hull an boi was wounded probably officers return firo Tho shooting tool place in the doors of police headquarters after Peterson linrt submitted to arrest bv Fred Car roll in his room at a lodging house Carroll said that at the time he went to make the arrost ho did not know for what Peterson was wanted Tho latter nKroed to accompany him ami ns they reached the front of the head Saturday night that swept the ciilliv him and nlded by byxtnnd dletrict and left a whito blanket and shivery temperatures ns ar soutii the Texas Panhandle lowered and disarmed Wilson Great stretches of coastal tlio danger WLS increased In of I districts wuro flooded Cnttle were i drowmnl linuses dnniaccd trees where much iooled and eleclrlc light tloivn state in a few slrenrns Killed in LONDOX Nov hjlled in storm which swept ovrrjiw waters capsized a motorboat Kngland there was no sign todav Dr Halph Shims T Stewart declared that at that tlmoii the gale Daningri Srnitil hafl heroically curried on be was suhpoona n witness I Jy thc stnrm was being repairfi in a criminal basis tho Con l rcslored Hnentnl and that in his opinion some 7eKtoraUn C ad or tho questions asked him by the to lcntwn deaths whon I uommitico worn not properlv silhicci JIS llrlt many members I ho of td to inquiry ty the committee These ho said he had refused a nswpr Committee Record Stewart criticized the official record liis committee appearances and dp ert that a question in the Iran V indictment had not nKually been i of him This qiiOKtiou was as follows Ilrmi you any conversalion rr luiowlcdeo leading you to believe any Mary Ann the small Iviverpoo Former Boxing Champ rTQU Held ID niW MOINKS Nov If v illard whom Jmndsnion nnd police I Pled No Stewart Dion toW n lairappoiir aiiie before the wnate iomnilttee ati which lie said he testified that bavin been ininrnied that he was to be a1 in profits of the Continenj lal he leafed a nnrtor which j uore hold for tho lie was arraigned followhi Ills arrest at n local hoi el and pleaded not frulliy Knv his us aurt he a real estate operaior he bniidn j TO llj i Karl n Clnnnicll Dies I Nov 10 The Karl nf night at tho nS jf 51 i ex MSWiGGIN JURY RECALLED Evidence Available in Shooting of Aide of Crowe CHICAGO Nov Swissln jury which has boon h tifating thn sensational slaying years ago ot William II McHwif nn assistant states attorney is pooled to resume its sessions nrtcij Dno J whon a nolitivil recline takes office The jury wns to reconvene today at tho nail of Oscar Wolff retiring ooroner but It was Jndtaiterl a post1 1onment woulfi be sought until the new coroner Herman N Bun deson assumpri office A now bit of eviifrnro for considor ation by tho millionaire cormiers jury as it has been is a placed in thp sorontrs bv a man signing a f win himself ns a former mpnihor of thc St Rung known as Egans Thfi writer of thp Ittier iHspitcd hf was in tho states ntlonuyK office the day McSwiffgin wns hilled by mrt phino gun bullets be driving to K K r at linnhe heard n liisli offiiint of the stales office rail a phone nuniborwliiih that f a jCircro rmil tliat the official told th giinastur MuSwiggin was ling to CJIccro thnt iticrlu It wns only La few hours later that Hir as utomoy vras killed Cedar Rapids Robbei Is Arrested in CKDAU RAPIDS Nov 10 rtramel arrested In Omnha Satliri wns sl day faced hero toddy on rlmrges of pninviiuitinn in sovpral holdups last spring lie Is apciiscd of holding up i moat niarket and fillins station Viflims of iluj holdups iilon lificd bis picture i hroho away and oprMirrl Joseph Carroll and VGrady who Iliid a window saw un1 diiiwiiig their mms 1 they rushed lo street where Tipd drawn his own finer fotrrsons first shot liail off An thrro officeis oppnpd fire on the gun man hi his pistol in arm HIP deflrctorl and plow to his heart ami OGrady t in the thc huspitai Joseph Carroll died on ln bad wnunils and physicians said that tlure was for his iwovery Neitiier Ofirady WHS seriously b IOWA FORECAST Fair nifihi rolder in cast and portions Tuesday fair rlsiiiK lemprradircs in norlh and west LOCAL STATISTICS IS DEAD IN WEST Father of Late President Will Be Buried in Ohio SANTA ANA yp been announced there is to come 1 stop at Balboa for a brief inspection of tho Panama canal and then thr long voyago down the rim of South America to Callao Peru There IIP will begin a aeries of forma visits Hint will mark his progress across South America The departure of the presidentelect from his homo town brot hundreda nf his neighbors and fellow townsmen In tho station to shout to him bon vov Re His crowded about thr train received from him a characteris tic wave of tho hand when it out of tho station for the journey flown thn mainland toward Lou An Earlier in the afternoon more than 00 of his friends and neighbors hnd truvilert up Ran Jiiiin hill to grasp Ihe hand of thclifellow Californian and wish him n pleasant and success ful journey and a happy meetlns In on March 4 sinny of I hem already arB malting plnns for I rip to tho nations capital to attend tho Inauguration eremnny Amons Ilicse nro some of ffoovers riirl frinnds Heicher AwnUn Hoover 1Henry P Fletcher American to Italy who Is to accom pany HOOVPIon the trip as a speclnl ronrosontntive o thc smte depart input haw preceded him o An TO IB S fiitures fo hour period ending at S oclock n in Mondny Ilifiiiesl l Itegifen Lowest in NiRlit At 8 A M Monilny Trace of Snow For like period cinlin a m Sutubty IliKhost Saturday f Decrees lowest in Xiulit Iraipjfation Marion oliin ANA SKPIH Uaiivu died i irilV as rosillt nf a venrl iwn iign frum wlnlcr Ir I larding who bail looked for oclock f among sonic ot civl whom hn somftimes lipatcd was un nimli of the Tlio lire right side rind his voral In tlus IPW Kfter tbu W1S SpPIllC Jj f wire at the as wis Mrs K ll jhrul Maying I H tlmt funeral str HITS would bis held and that the lciily would v j biiiinl I I AUNT HET By Robert Quillen A mother loves all of her children alike but I reckon she feels H little tenderer to ward the one she spanks the   

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