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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for theHome AND MASON CITY XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT SON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 11 1929 FINAX EDITION UNITED PRESS AND IKTERKATIOKAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE EED ASSAILS KELLOGG PACT PresidentEIect Told of Little Hope for Farm Aid Action I Jan 11 belief In the Inevitability ot a J special session ot congress soon after L March 4 becoming1 more ajid more universal a long list of congressional callers had been arranged for Presi TentBlect Hoover today to acquaint ilm with the political and legislative MJtlook The difficulty of enacting suitable irm relief legislation and of revising tariff apt at the present session f congress had already been em phasized to Mr Hoover by a host of since his return from South No later than last night the two anklng members of tho house ways and means committee had appealed him for a specialsession as soon js possible after his Inauguration for tho purpose ot amending tho tariff 5 schedules with special reference to I the ones affecting agriculture Gets Cabinet Suggestions Suggestions for cabinet appolnt znents also poured upon Mr Hoover a majority of callera live Hawley ot Scout Workers from Eight Counties in Meeting Here pecial Farm Aid Session SUGGESTIONS TO CABINET LINEUP STILL POUR IN COUNCIL HEAD mitteeFafter ra lenirthy conSrelhpe with the predicted a 1 special session about the middle of April to attend to both farm legisla tion and tariff revision Hawley linked the two problems together statin that the tariff is the greatest relia the farm lias or ever will have The Oregon representative was o the opinion that by April 20 the sub committees of his committee woul have sufficiently elaborated the find ings of the full committee on taril revision to allow consideration b congress to begin In my Judgment he said w should have an extra session an have It early to get thru by th Fourth ot July so that the farmer j could have the advantages of tariff ad tjustment this crop season From th of business also tha be better for the sooner j let the country know what the tar f Iff Is to be the sooner they can al just manufacturing and prices corre spondingly Four senators Thomas of Idaho f Blngrham of Connecticut Deneen o Illinois and Wye of North Dakota TCRN TO PAGE 4 Annual Session of Nort Iowa Council Largely Attended i than 200 backers of the Bo Scout movement from eigh Xorth Iowa Cerr Gordo Floyd Franklin Hancock Wlnnebago Worth and prising the North Iowa council whlc has its headciuarters in Mason Citi were in attendance at tho annu meeting of tho council Thursday nigh at Hotel Hanford where tho group which is thelargest ever assemble In this section of the state as a scon organization was addressed by th Kev L Harper of Marshalltow who spoke on The Eternal Qualitie of Scouting Among tho more Important parts o tho nights program was the electio of officers for the ensuing year Th report of the nominating commute as presented by Herbert Hlrsch chaii man was accepted by the full votln ton Wright Studio DR H RAYMOND WJSSTOV Dr Weston was elected presi dent of the North Iowa council of Hoy Scouts comprising eight counties at lite animal meeting In the Hotel Hanford Thursday eve ning of llason City the responsibility heading the organization to succoe II D Reynolds retiring president Other officers elected for the yea were Jay Decker first vice prcsiden F C Lovoll second vice preslden Hugh II Shepard treasurer J TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN4 Bribe Testirnony Heard in Trial of Asa Keyes IOWA FORECAST Generally fair Friday night and Saturday Colder Friday right in east and south central portions Cold wave In extreme east portion night Rising temperature Saturday i afternoon Coldest Thursday night lero Sioux City LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 14 hour period ending at 8 oclock a f n Friday Highest Thursday 33 Degrees It lowest in Night Ilelow At 8 A M FrMay 2 Below Precipitation 05 of an Inch j Snowfall 40 ot an Inch was a rapid drop of tempera ture Thursday night After snow and whichmelted on windshields In tho fore part of the night a north west wind took control of tha sltua tlon and there was a drop almost 30 degrees in four hours Tho sun was back on the Job Friday forenoon but it wasnt making much headway against an obstinate wind out of the north Tailor Shop Employe Telfs of Defendants Refusal to Pay More L03 ANGELES Jan II testimony of Milton Pike star witness for the prosecution In the trial ot for mer District Attorney Asa Keyes on charges of accepting bribes remained inflnlshed today as the prosecution began its second session of presenting evidence Pike was an employe in the little Bailor shop of Ben and Dave Ketzoff alleged intermediaries for Keyes and arsons who are alleged to have paid him for clearing them of criminal charges Upon taking the stand yes terday vhich he pronounced a notebook tie said contained entries about what he had overheard between ind those accused of giving the bribes Using the notebook to refresh his memory Pike testified that on one oc ttsion Jacob Berman defendant In a raud case growing out of tho collapse C tho Julian Pelrolcum stock crash hero nearly two years ago met and Ben GctzofC in the tailor shop and old them he would not pay any more money until I know where I stand Berman was presecuted by Keyes nd acquitted Later he was tried on similar charge and convicted In ederal court Berman was Indicted on chargeot bribing Keyes but tho Jn Ictment was dismissed by the prose ution which announced that Berman would testify against Keyes Julian Richardson a deputy tindw testified yesterday that Keyes ad totd him he was Interested in oing something for Ed Rosenberg ne of the Julian case defendant Rosenberg never was brot to trial Tho Keyea prosecution previously tated that It would Introduce evl ence showing that Rosenberg paid he former district attorney o have tha cose against him dis SEEK CUSTODY OF GIRL HEIRESS ather and Mother Battle in Court Over Possession of Daughter PALM BEACH Fin Jan il mother and a father prepared for a ourt fight hero today for tho cus ody of a 7 year old daughter heir ss to In n petition Mrs Frederick N fairies former wife of Frank Duff razler New York clubman charged hat Frazler Is not a fit person to ave ehargo and education of a child Frazler replied with equally sensa onal charges Afghan Ruler Gives In to Rebels9 Plea All Western Reforms Are to Be With drawn NEW DELHI India Jan 11 Publication of a poclamatlon in an Afghan newspaper today revealed that King Amanullah of Afghanistan has yielded to the rebels who have been fighting and his withdrawn his whole program of western reforms Afghan girls sent to Turkey to be educated are to be recalled the pur dah or seclusion of women system Is to be restored conscription Is to lo withdrawn womens associations ire to be closed European dross is liscarded and soldiers are permitted n the future to become followers of holy men or pits The proclamation was signed by King Amanullah by various tribal chiefs and by Hazrat Sahib who was released from prison by tno king re ently after having been arrested for his antireform views In addition to the withdrawal of the westernization programa council ot 50 notables will bo formed including tho clergy sirdars or nobles and offi cials to amend the law according to the Moslem code and to review deci sions of the neivlyconstltuted assem bly ana council of provincial represen tatives RONGETTI GETS 1 T014 YEARS Jury Returns Manslaughter Verdict Against Chi cago Doctor CHICAGO Jan II verdict of manslaughter carrying a penalty of 1 to 14 years was returned today by the jury trying Dr Arnante Ron Kettl on a charge of murdering Miss Loretta Knders thru an alleged illegal operation On his first trial nongcttl got a death verdict but the supremo court granted a new trial Capital Beliefs Washington Anticipates Elaborate Inaugural 1 It Is planned to have the dirigible Los Augele circle the rLnfln is a composite photograph ot a former i laurarh nara o md I of tJe few pictures of Hoover In m U S army ami grand marshal of the ina in the ninltlnir r J avenue Above VVI1 Mt John W i f stil LOS ANGELES ABANDONS TOUR Bad Weather Along Florida Coast Prevents Trip Over State POUT ST JOE Fla Jan It The navy dirigible Los AnKe les tied np at 1he moorinp must of the tender Iutolia in St Jo seph bny near hero at cen rnl standard time today She nbandoncd a cruise over Florid earlier in tiie day bccanso of bud weather MIAMI Fla Jan 11 The ni al station at Key West reported at SO a m that the Los Angeles hnd oandoned her tour of Florida during Jo night and had returned to the len Patokn at Port St anation was offered In a message to tho naval station at 25 a m the Los Angeles reported at it had arrived over St Josephs ay but whether it had tied up was ot reported Later the station said Commander osendahl of tho Los Angeles decided abandon his ship because of fog nd rnln which hampered his Progress ong tho west coast Portes Gil to Revise Laws on Immigration MEXICO CITY Jan 11 newspaper Excelsior says that the government has decided to reform the Mexican migration law SECOND WITCH SLAYER GUILTY ife Term Recommended for 14 Year Old Aid to Slayer YORIC Pa Jan 11 verdict of murder in the first degree with a recommendation of life Imprisonment was found today agilnst John Curry 14 year old accomplice in tho witch craft slaying ot Nelson D Rohmeycr Tho verdict was tho same ns was returned Wednesday against John Ulymycr alleged master mind in the murder Temperature Falls As Icy Gales Strike Trains Run Late Into Mason City Highways Drift Rapidly A temperature ot two degrees be low zero Friday morning had dropped to five below at noon with indications that It would descend still farther down the scale by night Biting north west winds In the morning made the thermometer appear to be lying with Its registered temperature of only two below Motorists stalled at various Ml to the ionPlaces on downtown streets worn nn Joe No start their autos and finally toft them standing No fires all Thursday night or Fri day morning brot a llttlo encourage ment to firemen who expected thruout the night to bo called out In the sub zero weather to battle flames with freezing water Good Preventive Few cases of dlsorderllness was re ported by police who were ot the opln Ion that cold weather IH one of the most effective agents In preventing carousing about the streets Trains on several lines were running Jehind schedule The intorurban line ictwcen Mason City and Clear Jnke finally put into service Its plow which has hcen stored at Clear Lake The plow arrived In Mason City at O a m Friday covered with snow Iighways were reported to be drifting rapidly by motorists who came Into Mason surrounding points Gets Second Spell CHICAGO Jan 31 mid west tonight wm encounter the see lilJionaire Oil Man Weds Former Secretary PITTSBURGH Pa Jan 11 Joseph C Trees nxiltlimillonnlrc oil operator who rose from a laborer in the oil fields of western Pennsylvania to be one of tho dominant figures In the International oil Industry has mar ried lifs former secretary Miss Edith Lehm of Dormont a suburb It vais learned here today ec ond spell of severe cold of tho year the weather bureau promised today Zero by nightfall In the Chicago forecast district and five below by tomorrow morning wns the propljecy Heralds ot snow fell during the night but clear skioi were to add to the crlspness hy tho time the cold sets In Tho zero wave is coming from the northwest states and the Canadian plains where temperature readings were well under zero last night Tiles Vp Drifts Blbzards In North Dakota and Min nesota early today had piled up drifts Hint blocked highways and delayed busses and trains In some sections Grand Forks N Dak reported a 3C milo wind which piled up drifts that TURN To PARK 4 COLUMN 2 DEPUTATION IS SENT TO BOOTH Evangeline Aged Leaders Sister Summoned to Bedside BULLETIN EiiBlHiul 11 orficin statement is sued in behalf of Gen Itnitmrell Booth late today said that affer listening carefully to a deputation from tho grand council ivhirli hnd urged his retirement he an nonnml that he would give his answer Monday SOIJTHWOlU England Jjin Jl effort of the Kranl council the salvation army to bring about he retirement of Gen Bramwelt Booth because of the condition of his icalth centered today at tha seaside cottage of the aged commandcrin chief who has been ill for some time A deputation of seven members of ho council especially appointed to present a resolution adopted yester day suggesting that the general re tire called upon him twice today and this afternoon was apparently close ed with him discussing the situation Attho not a member the deputa tion KvangcHne Booth sister of the general and loader of the reform group was requested to visit her brother today and arrived about noon Todays visit was the first between Evangclinn and her brother since her arrival In England for the meeting of the grand council Will Rogers YORK Jan sco where Mr Coolldge keeps confer ring with Mr Hoover Mko he might get in tho cabinet him self Mr Kellogr wants to set out after hlg treaty is signed RO why not let llr Coolidge as secretary o f state and keep the same old gang That postmas ter general has been n great booster for avia tion so keep him And If lie ROGERS wants BUI Donovan In there ag at torney genera I hope there wont bo any gathering or united bunch that will try and tell Mr Hoover not to appoint him We have had enough of that for one year Yours WILL Copyricht 1929 7DAY REPRIEVE OF GOVERNOR IS Condemned Doctor and Lover See Slight Hope EW ORLEANS Jan 11 SOLON INSISTS ON U S VIEWS BEING STATED Senate Approves Boost in Funds for Pro hibition WASHINGTON Jan 11 ator Reed of Misssouri famous as in Irreconcilable opponent tha oague of nations today made his long waited attack on the Kellogg treaty o renounce war as an instrument of latioiuu policy The Mlasourlan declared that vould have refrained from speaking Igalnst the pact If an interpretative resolution or report had been brot In ut that the failure to set forth clear ly the American views mane It neceB sary for every senator to look closely into what the treaty meant before giv ing his advice and consent to ratifica tion As he spoke Senator Heed had be fore him on an easel a large map ot the world showing the British posses sions and spheres interest In bright red coloring What the nations of the world have not been able to accomplish In nil time need declared is now proposed to be dono by tile magic stroke of Mr pen On its face the treaty would do away with all wars but the negotia tions had scarcely begun when Mr Kellogg began to admit exceptions I wish to call your attention to those exceptions so wo can seo what Is left of this treaty after we have considered them Attacks Sentimentality Employing all the oratorical prow U fame tbo Jobless Man Hurls Stone at Residence of Premier Baldwin IOXDOX Jan 11 unem ploynd man wlio hnd ivllkerl to Ion dnn from Yorkshire was arrested lo day for throwing a stone at thn door ot No 10 Downing street official home of Great Britains prime minis ters Priiuo Minister Baldwin was In his office at the time Buvt Man Awarded Damages in District Court SWEA CITV Jan 1II w nor rnnre Burl has settled wlih attorneys of the state highway commission for dnrmigos created by tile pavliiK of rood No 15 The paving cuts off a corner of nominees farm at the west edge of Burl nd tile widow of the murdered James BoiiGf again were tossed before tho ar of the state supreme court in New Sileans today as newspapermen nshert back to St Marys parish for ne double hanging tomorrow During another clash between high tato officials over an additional con ession of truth from James Beadle rapper and the member of the trio f conspirators who drew a life term Vda Le Bouef and the physician beltl cant hope for ultimate escape jail ttendants said Their appeal for a hearing by san y commission went today before the Ighcst state court for the second me in a renewal ot the battle for ic sln3rtrs lives which split the court lemberHhip a week ago and brot a reprieve from Gov Huey P Long Governor Thongs reiteration of his stand against commutation caused counsel for the defense to turn to the courts today with preparations for n habeas corpus writ In federal court in the event their request to the state court failed In this case of decisions reversals and high legal mixes a fruitless at tempt yesterday by Lieut Gov Paul N Cyr chairman of the state pardon board to obtain an eleventh hour In terview with Benrtlo the lifer who is said by the defense to have fired the fntal shot brot on a new clash of words between the governor and Cyr After falling to be admitted to the convicts presence Cyr charged Gov ernor Long with refusing to permit the trapper to mnke a confession that would bring out the truth mjjiv iuu laired democrat denounced tnV seiiU mentality that cried for world peace at tho expense of the United States when he said thu public opinion of he world Is at present far from ac complishing that objective Senator Heed described tho pact n a document so mutilated by notes of eservation that nothing was left to reserve a lasting peace Ho argued hat the Locarno pact the covenant ot tie league of nations the asserts iglit in certain spheres of tho world y Great Britain nnrt the right to vars In self defense left tho treaty meaningless and dangerous treaty is a treaty of words 10 shouted You arc doing nothing to cmove the causes of war Nothing Hut n Gesture Xo wonder the senator from Vir Inia jrr Swanaon described tho reaty as a gesture and tho senator rom Idaho Mr Borah practically ad nitted that tho treaty was nothing but gesture of goodwill Tlio Missouri senator was Inter upted for the first time at this polrt y Senator Borah who observed that when tho senator gets thru there von bo that lelt Well Senator Heed rejoined Sec etary Kellogg wont listen lie sets p his own opinion as final FO thero s nothing to do but dcbato this to the nd MEXICO AIDS IN APACHE SEARCH Cavalry Detachment Ready to Comb Mountains for Fimbres Party DOUGLAS Ariz Jan 11 ican officials today begun outfitting a regiment of cavalry to establish con tact with the punitive expedition ngalnst an Apncho Ilndlan bund In the Sierra Madre mountains of Sonora No word hd been received from Francisco Fimhres leader of the ex pedition who a week ago with a com mission from Fausto Topete governor of Sonora led a ot 11 men into the steep and rugged canyons to wipe out thn marauding Apnchos PROHIBITION AID WASHINGTON Jan 11 increase ot S25000000 In the fund for prohibition enforcement was approved today by the senato appropriations committee Tho Increased funds which would become available immediately to the prohibition burrau was recommended on motion of Senator IMrrls demn qrat Georgia who recently described enforcement as a farce Our dlvorcn courts will not hn en tirely Just until they differentiate hp drsertor and Council i wecn rsertor an Illluffs Nonpareil AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen A good appetite aint very hard to please an it always looks to me like the longer a widower waits the worse fooled he gets   

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