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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COP ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIBB REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY 5 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICTB NO 76 SLAYERS GET REPRIEVES AGAIN BOOZE EXPORTS TO U S VALUED AT 300 MILLION Board Refuses to Deal Direct With Rum Runners Question Mark May VJ raf Zeppelin Record ft Hi TORONTO Ont Jan B ala 1 patch to tha Globe today from Ot tawa says One hundred million dollars worth loC alcoholic beverages has been smug gled from Canada to the United States since the antl smugsIns treaty be tween the two countries was signed VICSB than five years ago The illicit fjtrafflc has steadily Increased until this year it has exceeded i Tho dispatch adds that for this reason United states coastguard and prohibition officials are enroute to Ottawa to confer with Canadian offi cials concerning possible revision of the treaty The conference will open Monday Table of Exports The dispatch gives the following table ot exports of Canadian alcoholic tbeverages by recent fiscal years TO US 11610169 2216230 24132188 bu added ot Scotch TOTAL J92J 514854175 f1925 16225533 21307777 24838053 1928 27287137 The dispatch adds To these figures must k reexports from Canada iiwhlskys French wines etc t fiscal year these totaled United States Ths Globe in another story today In the to the luw tne Ontario IMqur control board to sell direct for export trade has met with flat failure The board refused to have anything to do with the proposition and gravg warning that it proached on tho Will Rogers NEW YORK Jan Hoo ver lands at O1S Point Comfort Sunday Thats about the last com fort he will get for the next four years It his proposed cabinet m e e ts him at tho train in Washington it should be bigger reception than Li I n d bcrghs Mr Cooll also just Kut back off a trip away down in Georgia Thats as far for Mm sft Chill anc WILL ROGERS Peru was for Hoover Mr Coolidge took passports down hero with him We are loan Ing Europe two financiers to show to pay each other ofC without any money by just re or ganlzing and issuing more slock like Tve do Tours Copyright 1028 HOOVERS NEAR END OF TOUR Blizzard Hits Middle West THREEllLLED AS RESULT OF SNOW IN IOWA North Iowa in Midst of Storm That Delays Traffic M The as also assured tlie that under their proposed ar rangement they would take care of shipments from the Boards store to points of destination and expense pertaining thereto and Hhat they would lay oft tho Quebec booze which is now said to bo coming into Ontario in large quantities and being short circuited in many in stances to find ready sale particular ly along the Detroit water front According to the Globs the man ivho approached the board said that American customers were prepared to pay fabulous prices for good safe brands and that the Ontario li quorcontrol board would be pcvifl more than regular prices P T A Will Meet BLUB EAHT1T Minn Tnn TheJanuary meeting the Parent Teachers association will he held in the auditorium of the new school building Tuesday evening Jan S David Martin of Austin will speak on hig trip to Africa last summer HOOVER PLANS TRIP TO WEST INDIAN ISLANDS Hopes to Finish Washing ton Conferences in Week T S S UTAH ENROUTE TO J HAMPTON ROADS Tan R erbert Hoover faced this his last ay at soa anxious to to Wash gton to tackle the next big job of selecting his official imily He plans to start riglit In Ith a series ot conferences with arty leaders over thecountry and specially men who wero fore ost in his counsels during the cam lisn He IB hopeful that he can set thru 1 a week In order to bo nhle to go i Florida for recreation and fislilnff 1th perhaps later a whirlwind tour C the Tvest Indies Including Cuba alll Santo Domingo and Porto Rico Tho last few days at sea have not een altogether to Mr Hoovers liking a tho Utah encountered a couple ot quails with stiff winds nnd choppy eas with more ronsh water in pros ect for today as the ship nears Cope latteras Despite unfavorableweithnr tlio Jtah is still malting good time nnd vlll probably arrive nt Hampton loads Sunday tin hour or two ahrad f the scheduled time 8 a m unless on is encountered oft the Virginia onst If jj IOWA FORECAST Generally fair In extreme nest cloudy in east and central portions Saturday night probably snow in east portion Sunday fair Colder Saturday night nnrt in extreme east portion Sunday SHsIfly northwest portion Cold wavo Sat urday night in east and south por tions temperature of 0 to 5 below in cast and 10 below In southwest portions LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar compan weather figures for 34 hour perlo ending at 9 oclock a m Friday Highest Friday 23 Degrees lowest in Night13 Degrees At 8 A M SaturdayIS Degrees Well Mason City and North low finally have the snow so many res dents have been waiting for and ample quantities too The wind wn i In the north Saturday with I lons of colder weather 1 ASON CITY and North Iowa were caught in the midst of a violent snow IstoLm Saturday morning that I threatened to paralyze high Iway traffic as well as delay j streetcar and train service Starling wflh a flurry oC snow Fri day night the sloim gamed In fury tliru tlio nlelit antl Saturday morninf tho fine particles of crystal moisture wore boing whipped by a strong norlh wind Tho snoiv wag ot a fine texture wliicli mndc It easy prey for the wind But despite this hero was little drift on the open highways early Sat urday morning according to those who had ventured over tho roads In most cases the wind kept the snow whipped off the raised roadbed the excavated places being tho only ones In danger oC being covered with drlEts Engineer Out north and south roads were found to be drifted more than those running east and west and the efforts of I E Robertson county engineer md his assistants were concentrated on the former first A plow was start cil toward Rockwell at 7 oclock In the morning with the expectation oC mnk 1ns the road from Mason City to the north county lino later in tlie day Travelers from Clear Jjike to Mason City Saturday morning found the high way easily accessible with only occa Giant Airplanes Motors Roar on in Perfect Tune as Ship Passes 100th Hour NEGROSAILORS FIGHT PROBED Wilbur Orders Investigation of Disturbance in New York Subway NEW YORK Jan 5 fights hetween Negroes and sailors in New York subways were under investiga tion by naval authorities today on or ders of Secretary ot tho Navy Wilbur The Investigation followed com plaints by the National Association for tha Advancement of Colored People Two specific canon wero cited ono in the Times Square station on New Tears cvo which took 10 policemen to quell and another on a subway trail in Brooklyn on Dec 21 Rear Admiral Tamils Tl Do Stclguer commandant ot the New York navy yard after n conference with James Wcldon Johnson secretary of the race association and Walter White as sistant secretary dispatched radio messages to tho U S S Richmond and tho U S S Arkansas enroute to southern waters instructing tho ex ecutive officers to conduct an Immed iate inquiry Members of the crews ot the two vessels are alleged to have beaten two Negroes In the Dec 21 disturbance An Inquiry also was started by the sxccutivo officer of the U S S Texas now In drydock In Brooklyn slonal small drltta The highway de partment of tlio county however ex pects to get the plow over this road too probably by Sunday in order to Biianl against any possible traffic tieup The county engineer wan out on tho highways at oclock Satur day morning making an Inspection Trains Delayed Railroads were also feeling the ef fect of the storm altho most of the trains into Jtiison City were making it on time The northbound Rock Is land train from Kansas City wat more than an hour late While there was little trouble with the drifts in tho rural districts in Mason City tlie snow was piling uji two iml threo feet In places making itdif ficult travel for both pedestrians and drivers Taxicnbs were called upon to aid In getting persons to work in the downtown section Street car service continued thru ut the morning with moat ot the cara operating on schedule A sweeper ar with a long blnde attached to the side to throw the snow to the side of i tho street was started over the lines about 3 a m and waa still going tcadlly at 11 oclock Officials ot the company said that it had not yet been necessary to put the big plow nto service Intcrurban cars were re ported to be operating on schedule Could Get Thru Only one bus lind arrived In Mason My up until Tlie early morn ins hus from Albert Lca was on time A large amount of snow was reported near Albert Iea hut tho driver de clared it was still possible to get thru A bus from Waterloo due at a Map of Central and SouHi America showing the route of Iresident Elect Hoovers tour tho various stops heJiiR indrraleil Left below tlio PresWentEIcct nnd Mrs Hoover right Allan Hoover who accompanied them above Captain Trniu of the U S S Ulnh the host of the Hoover party on the latter part of the tour and below tlio Utah The is due to dock at Ohl Point Com tort gomeUmo Sunday FEAR 38 WERE LOST AT SEA Several Women Among Missing When French Ship Goes Down MAHON Spain Jan 5 sive search was beinff made today for 5S persons including several women who hLVe been missing alnce the sink hiE of tlio French steamer Malakofc While some hope Is still held that the niissins persons may cither be in life Ill nats or gllll afloat in lite holts it was generally believed that they per ished The vessel foundered seven mln utea after utrikine the rocks between Cape Bartrlnm and Santa Gallana bay on the southwest coast of the Islo o Minorca Thursday in a tog The Malakoft was bound from Dunkirk and Havre to Madagascar Fortyfour survivors Including two women have arrived in Ciudadela TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 5 HOLD 3 NEGROES IN AUTO SMASH Trio to Be Charged With Manslaughter Following Accident CHICAGO Jan G coroners jury recommended that three all of Chicago he held to the Brand jury on a charge of manslaugh tor in connection with the death of Rlchnrd Morris S following as auto Lafe Hill Wont Be m Speakership Race NORA SPRINGS Jan K Representative Tnfo Hill of Floyd county republican to Jay announce lits witliOrawal ns a candidate foi speaker of the Iowa house of reprn sentatlvcB Io said ho prevenlct by other work from giving1 aclequnte time to a prclegialntlvo spcakcrship campaign MMANUS GETS SHOOTING BLAME District Attorney Sure He Has Man Who Shot Rothstein TORIv Jan E Dlstrlcl Attorney Banlon Is convinced tha Goorgo A McManus fired the shol that killed Arnold Itothstein th iiblcr Vou cnn tell tlio wholo world that I believe that McManus shot Roth atein said J3nntoi Police Com missloner Mlialcn previously had ex pressed a similar opinion Mr Ean ton declined further comment Rothstein shot in McManus looni in tlio Park Central hotel on Den 4 and McManus surrendered to tho police he learned they were seeking him Altho he waa named In one of four indictments returned In the slnyinK previous Indications were that the police did not consider him 10 bo tho actiml slayer JIcManui 11 in jail awaltlngr trial Police also revealed that they ex pected the early arrest ov siirrentle of Hyman Gillie Blller payoff man for MeMinus at race tracks nnd th oiily other man known to be wantc in tile slnyinfr OPPOSITION IS READY TO FIGHT KELLOGG PACT Signs of Doubt Appear After Long Speech by Borah WASHINGTON Jan 5 established before the senate with al tho assurances at the command oC its Borah of he Kolloss peace pactwas a target oday for the opposition and the oubttul Signs of doubt developed in the de late yesterday as Senator Borah con cluded his two days argument for he pact but the attack being fostered y Senator Reed democrat Missouri anaited the conclusion of Borahs ex position Frankly statins that he did not look fop the dawn of the inlltonium in tha ratification of the pact Ihe Idaho senator told the senate the treaty wne a step In the direction toward the preservation of peace which must bo CaJeslTleot i thas not been since tile evening ol ho dark ages Psychological Value Senator Robinson of Arkansas the lemocratlc leader jollied in the as ertion that th trejily was of value C any for its psychological effect H nsa means only at organizing the leace forces The two rlays of debate showed a teen Interest by the senate in the ieaty and members arose rreqiieinly rom the crowded floor to interrogate lg champion as lie untlcipaUd objec tlona and them liowvver iho vast numbers believed to be lu favor of the pact were foment to sit by and leave Ihn debalo to Senatoi Borah who as chairman of the foreign relations committee has taken charge of the treaty The Itlnhoan ilenicil lhat tlie treats Flying Quintet in Good Spirits as Plane Enters Fifth Day ELEVENTH HOUR MOVE OF LONG BOON TO PAIR Slayers of Le Bouef Had Only Few Hours Left of Life FRANKLIN La AP For METKOrOMTAN iMHlOKT lOS AMU5LES fa Jan 5 Tho anuy airplane luesllou iUnrlc complcIcO Us 0110 Iiun itrcdtti liour of continuous flying in its refueling endurance lost nl am U was loafinE along SflOO feet above here at that time METROPOLITAN AIRPORT LOS ANGLES Jan 6 Cruising serenely onward into uncharted time spaces of the air the Question Mark today groped for tha answer to the question of how close man and man made contrivances can approach the birds in sustained flight Becoming In reality question mark of tho skies as it soared towarc dirigible records after dropping al existing airplane endurance record from the tile trlmotorod Fokke stili held back the solution of wheth er given unlimited fuel and supplies men or motors would crack first lu continuous flight Having firingtested its wings in overcoming extremely troublesome weather motor and fuel the Question Mark at a tn passed ita Jan 5 the second time within a few hours today Mrs Ada Bonner Le BoueE and Dr Thomas E reher under sentence to hang or the murder of the womans lusband were granted re prieves by Gov Huey P Long Early this morning the gov ernor ordered the executions stayed until the supreme court could rule on a plea of insanity Up to that time the ehevltf was be tween I wo fires for a court order IP sufitl last night by four associated an prenie court judyes ordered him to proceed with the lianplnss while Cfilpf Justice Charles A ONiell also by ordered him to Btay the execu tion Then shortly before noon to flay thp governor withtlrcw his first jnnrl two hourn latot1 cincelecl tho than a full day longer than man ever Clew before Jn an airplane Mair Heat Zeppelin At dawn tomorrow morninp It the luiKfar smoothly functioning 25 invscDowrr motors continue llicir iritciruiHcfl lronfngtho Question Marie vlll have cclipscd all existing lighterj ltiuvalr onclii ranee rccovilg and then become supreme In tlie air Tho dirigible endurance record ot US hours made several years ago by tie VrenrUcnviiecl Dltinundc will le laHscti at a m Sunday mnrh Several hotirs oarlior tlie crew will have claimed the record of Ml hours 45 m En Lite s madp by Graf Zcipnclin In Its recent flight to Atncr withdrawal order The governor announced that lie had asked the supreme court for fur ther Instructions Sheriff Pecot said nhen Informed of tlie latest move oC the governor that he not de cided bether to proceed with the executions or not dutyVnd that X The Jna would A It ho not as a distance Pledging the nations of the world to renounce war eon d 1frInBc m an way uiwn Americas asserted risht to guard against foreign cneorachmcnls o avatfou ft bemqcsllmat In this homisphcro and theefrP ho d the ship hia covered wel over i said no reservation wus reauired to protect the Monroe rtootrlnn He denied that the siprnalories could he called upon to exert force a BI lust an offending nation Tie the reservation of Sient as in n British note to protect her territories did not chaiiKn tlio treaty in the slightest It sniil the OC self defense wis inherent in the treaty Xo World Ktliry There is no orgaiiirrition FCI up by the treaty Borah expluincd for the peaceful settlement oC disputes and therefore this nation could not be called before the world court unless it consented or hefore any other tribunal In the event of a violation of the pact Senator Ree3 was on his feet late yesterday when tho Idahoan had con cluded to read into the record the correspondence of Russia Egypt Ru mania and some other countries which he said showed reservations y these nations td the ship has covered wolt over v T00 miles whlih if in a Let would have carried it fnr out over the European continent IJirriigadverse flying Hint would prevent refuelinpr oC the its buiMors mid army sponsors believe the piano can fly for 300 hours which if in atralght line night would nearly jyirdle the Plane AAorhinc Well Tlie plane ivts funcnoitinfr smooth ly over Ibis airport at mJdniifht to when refueling piano Xo 1 transferred a loatt of 200 gallons of gasoline in a 7niinuta contact at an altitude of feet The operation was the fourth successful night re fueling contact made since the ship this airport at a m Jan 1 TURN TO PAGK 4 COLUMN 3 WEATHER NEXT WEEK rnobilo collision three are Dan and Thomas WIckett nnrt Samuel Fnllmorc Fnllmore said to have been driving tlm death car hiis not hoim arrested Police said a quantity liquor was found in the automobile In which the three were Weather outlook for tlie period ol Jan 7 to 12 For the upper Mississippi and low er Missouri valleys nnd the northern and central great plains Mostly fair in south portions most of week period of unsettled in north portions with snow first of week fol lowed by fair at middle with another period of unsettled weather with snow at close rising temperature first part of week 1 tiosuth portions nnd mostly nearor ahovc normal latter part rifling temperature Mondiy In north portions followed bv somewhat colder ahout midllo of week with jrlaing temperature before close JURY INDICTS NEGRO AXMAN Assault With Intent to Com mit Murder Filed at Council Bluffs COUNCIL BLUFFS Jan 5 Assault willi intent to commit murder lias hecn charged against Jake Ulrd Negro axman suspect on two counts by the Iottawattamlo county grand jury Investigating attacks upon Mr and Mrs HnroM StrlbllnE ot East Omaha several weeks aso nomla were set at on each count Mrs SlviWInjr identified Bird anil ho was turned over to Iowa authorities since officials at Omahn where the XCRTO uiis arrested could notJJnk with tho hatchet slaying of three per sons there on nights preceding the Strlblins attack King George Still Showing Improvement ritain Cheered Epidemic May Follow If Containers Arc Tubes of Flu Germs Stolen From Doctor ccutloner with his block mask hart arrived from New Orleans and was prepared to officiate when tho latest reprieve came Mrs LrO Bouef Dr Drclior under sentence to lie tor the slnying ot Tames J Bouef the womano husband whose body was found In Ptloimle Weighted down with jingle Irons nomc IS months ago Kauk on Insanity IMea A determined made by defense atlonieys to pnve the lives of their cHenlB on Uin grounds ot insanity but Judge Tames 13 Sfrnon who presided at the trial ruled that the woman and pliysliian nro ftano nnrt refused tn appoint a lunacy commalon ATtsr tho lioarlni Hift attorneys cperi by inomobiM to Orleans Ihey apncarrd hcforn flvo nioinbtrs oT 1 hr court in an attempt to ubfHn a stay of oxocutfnn and comfipl Jutljio SlwoTi to appear before the liljrh court anT causo TVIV ho should not appoint a lunacy oo mm si on Ttm liparingover four nssocfnle Jui Mrcp mmoimrrc Ihnt Tvritn rlemrrt ami Afsoclito Justice Tlrunoi Instructor tlio shcnTf by tclophono to pro coo ii with tho rxocution Tet mo to thr shorlff1 Chief Tustife ONielT who it writ to stay tho execution Internocrfl Dont exftcntc thoso ppoplc tomor row he shoutccT thru the telephony In tho sheriff One Judge has tho to fsfiuo the writs nntl us eliteC of thin court I orrter thit tiie execu tions bo stayed Conflict in Chief Justlca ONlell declared empowered by the consUtutlon to prevent the hanplnp while tha four dissenting members Jitrtlces Brunei Overton ftnd Ixind held that TUBX TO PAGE 4 COtXJJN 7 LOXDOX Jan 5 prevailed today at Fiuckingham palncf over King Georges condition not OYQKCH wfthstam7lns the failure of recent ulj Ictlns to mention improvement Since LONiJOX Tan 5 tlvcf the bulletin or jnominpr no f ttolu tubes conlaininp milHons hanpo hnd been recorded fn thoof iniluoiuu germs wns at largo toilny I TsSnps corullllon 1 Tho tulles weiv loft in nulonio It was noted with satisfaction tlintMjjip Wt Crofion hactcrio there hnd been nothing in tlie bul wlien he entered his club and they wore stolen The doctor said that if lite tubes wcufi broken in rt sheltered place there was undoubtedly danger of an epidem ic If they wero brolon in iho open air the cold would probably kill the letlns of the past week to awaken tho first tinio when Sir since Dec performed an operation rtrainapre of the nrca of the chest his name did not ap pear on the evening bulletin Tho ab sence of Sir Hugh from thr consulta tion bore out a statement in tho offi rial com muni ration pi von medic nl journals that the wound of tho opera tion no required nt tcnrlnn Tiie evrninthnHotin kiup had a quiet day and there R no change to report condition There has been a srrlos fi ruidn on pliyslclniifi1 automobiles in tiio last fow months t was hat nnrcoiios worn sought by tho thieves hut it is now hellrved tltat the I ho ft n were the work if a which his moans Cor of ntcdtcAl equJpmeU AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Sam and Ella owe Pa forty dollars for groceries an I told him lie might as well mark it off tho liooks They a car last week E st   

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