Mason City Globe Gazette, January 12, 1929

Mason City Globe Gazette

January 12, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa fcfe North Iowas AILY PAPEI Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPS DAILY TIMES ASSOCIATED PRESS EDITION J H JOHNSON NAMED SPEAKER GEN BOOTH MAY REFUSE TO QUIT ARMY POSITION Aged Leader Hires Law yer to Give Decision on Monday T ONUON Jan 12 was 1 some indication today that Gen Bramwetl Booth might ref UEB to retire as head of the Salvation army and take the matter to the courts The high council was requested to allow William A Jowitt K C who has been retained to act tor the gen eral to attend the council session and address tho members j It was felt in some circles that the j engagement ot Mr Jowitt might mean that the dispute was to end in a law suit over control of the armys prop crty A dispatch to the Dally Herald fron Southwold where General Booth ill said that It was understood ther on good authority that ho Intende to fight to the last ditch against th high councils efforts to retire him General Booth promised the seven o flclals whx presented a resolution ask Ing his retirement that he would an 1 Sffer thelr request on Monday The deputation was understood t have Insisted that the general mas reply plainly yes or no Member of the deputation were known to b deeply Impressed with the sunken emaciated appearance of tha general He was well able to converso wit them Each member of the deputation was allowed to shake the hand of the general and tho chairman Ihen pro tha resolution requesting re 7 v Commander EvangeHno Booth sister ot the general and leader of the re form element sought to support the deputation with her presence She was not allowed to see her brother the generals nurse refusing permission with the explanation that tho ordeal might iirove too much for him at pres ent s MBILDERBACK RITES PLANNED Services to Be at Thornton Burial at Hampton for Former Editor THORNTON Jan ser vices will be held hero Sunday after noon for Masson Bilderback who died Monday morning in California Atter the services here tho body will be taken to Hampton for burial there Is It More Wicked to Paint a Homely Face Than a Homely Fence Do Men ArtTmtrn Beinry liralns READ PASSED UP The Romance of a Plain Girl Who Became Popular STARTING Thursday Jan 17 IN THE GlobeGazette Will Rogers NEW YORK Jan see by tonights papers that Pennsyl vania Jury sentenced that 14year old boy to life Impriso n m e n t because he be lieved In witch craft Thats all he had ever been raised up to believe Be llko sentencing one ot our chll dren for acting according t o their religious beliefs No doubt about there ing witchcraft WJLL ROGERS In that county the jurys verdict shows that plainer than the boys deed Whats become of an old fashioned law they called change of venue I think Its still in vogue among the rich at any rate The Lord certainly had that dozen In mind when He said forgive them for they know not what they do Andy your states gone hay wire Yours Will Copyright 3939 Ag Fly Lindy Once ain Is to Airmail Lone Eagle to Make Flight to Open New Mail Line NEW YORK Jan 12 A Lindbergh is to become a mall pilot again for one trip to open the new MiamiPanama canal zono service Feb 4 Piloting a Sikorsky amphibian ship Colonel Lindbergh said he would hop ft from Miiunl at C a in fly thru British Honduras and Nicaragua and and at Critsobal In the canal zone bout t p m Feb 6 Altho the trip consume nearly three days he ld the actual flying time would be bout hours The flight will put Into effect the nited Statesforeign mail contract ecently awarded to the PaliAmerican Jrways Jnc SPECIAL FARM SESSION LIKELY IN FEW MONTHS H covers Conferences Point to Early Spring Call By JAMES L WEST Associated Tress Staff Writer WASHINGTON Jan 22 IdcntBlect Hoover as a result ot hisconferences with republican con gressional leaders Is expected to call an extra session oC the seventyfirst congress in tho early spring Such a session is considered to be Inevitable Irrespective ot whether farm relief legislation is enacted be fore March 4 because a revision ot a number of tariff schedules industrial as well as agricultural are to be made It Is the desire of those who will b eaders in the next administration eet this out of the way as speed as possiblo so that there will be tl least disturbance in the Industrial ai agricultural world As the situation is now outline tariff revision would be taken up co current with farm legislation on would be auxiliary to It since It is th nutpose to afford a measure of pr tection to agriculture comparable wl that given other industries under c toting or revised lawv No Tariff legislation Tt Is explained that no general ta Itt legislation Is contemplated b merely a revision or anumber of exls gschedules In the form oC an amer nont to the FordncyMcCtimber act Changed conditions since 3822 whs tlio present law wns spread upon statute hooka are regarded as bavin inado alterations In some existing du tics not only desirable but necessary Thoso changes might bo mada uii der the flexibletariff provisions hu Long Orders Another Stay of Sentence for 2 Slayers Lc Bouef Defense Given 15 f Rockefeller Jr Days to File Appeal From Decision BULLETIN NEW ORLEANS Jan 12 Gov Iliiey P Long today signed a reprieve staying tile executions of Mrs Ada llonner Ix IJoucf and Dr Thomas 15 Droller until Feb 1 MEW ORLEANS Jan 12 1 noose which today was to claim y Ada The trip from the United States to 16 canal zone ordinarily takes five to even days by boat said Colonel indbergh The piano wilt therefore ive two to three days in the transpor ition of mall to Cristobal The great st saving however will bo between tho United States and countries like Nicaragua which are not reached by direct steamship route With such countries the savins will be about two weeks The company announced tluat Col onel Lindbergh has been retained as technical advisor to the PanAmerican Airwaya Inc and Its affiliated oper atingcompanies and fn that capacity routes would have supervision over ana equipment MiamiPanama mail Berviee will bo begun on a twlcemonthbasls which will later be changed to daily flights with passenger eervlco The new routa will be the fourth fn ternatlonal mall lino operated by the company between tho United States TallinAmerican countries at best this method has proven a process and so many revolutions nr contemplated that action by congress is viewed as essential Over by July 15 While no date has yet been deter mined on for the assembling of con press leaders who havo talked with Mr Hoover believe that both farm TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 1 STATEHOSPfTAL HEAD MURDERED Slate Troopers in R I Are Seeking Former Inmate of Institution PROV10ENCE It I Jan 12 Dr Hansom H Sartwell superintend ent of tho state hospital for mental diseases at Howard near this city shot to death late last night by a man who discharged two loads of buckshot thru a window jicar which Sartwell was sitting in his home State troopers and police today were seeking a former inmate of the hospital who recently was heard to threaten to get Dr Sartwell Two burlap bags crudely sewed to rether found against a tree 14 feet from tho window thru which the shots were fired were believed by police to havo been used by the assailant as a cover for his weapon Albertan Wont Give Up Farming to Claim Title tho lives ot Mrs Ada Bonner L0 Uouef and Thomas V Dreher for the murder ot the womans husband again has leen thwarted at least tem porarily The execution was stayed by the su preme court yesterday to permit coun sel for the defense 15 days to file an appeal from the courts majority opin ion holding that Chief Justice Charles A O Neill issued a null and void writ and denying a sanitay hearing for the condemned pair Today Gov Huey P Longis sched led to pass on an executive reprieve for a minimum Of 21 days asked by the court Last night the governor declared ho did not know what action ho would take in regard to the re quest It the reprieve is granted will b0 the third for the pair The Issuance ot conflicting ordei irom tho court on January 4 was de dared In the majority opinion d rectly opposed to government Ix BoueC whoso Jealosy bccam aroused over tho alleged friendship o his wife and the ua and knifed during a boat ride on Lak Palourdo near Morgan city La on the night of July 1327 His botiv weighted down with Irons wn recovered from die waters 0 Ian six days later Jim n0adlc a trappct Irewa life term for plut t killing BOMB WRECKS CIGAR STORE Blast Comes as Result of Chicago Gambling War Police Say CHICAGO Jan 32 cvplo on that resounded thruout tho loop eralded Chicagos sixth bombing of 10 year at 1 oclock this morning The bomb wrecked the front of n gar store that police said also was gambling resort adjacent to the artln hotel 2J7 North Chirk street ist half a block outside tho loop 2t as tho fifth bomb in recent months he exploded in that vicinity known s Chicagos bomb sector Guests in tho hotel wcro aroustd nd IT 13 Tovcll desk clerk was urlcri from his chair liy the explosion at shattered front windows of the illdlnsr showering II Baldwin a on with broken glass Police ascribed the bombing to a amblers war but said they did not now whether It had been planted hurled from a passing automobile immy Wolff owner of the place Is Id to be In New York where lie at ndcd Tex Rlckarda funeral SUNDAY TO SEE MERCURY DROP IN IOWA CLAIM Temperature Rise Lasts Brief Time in Face of Blasts MOINES Jan 12 icy which came near dealing a knockout blow early Friday but were forced to retreat almost as speedily early today are reorganizing their forces for another counter offensive tonight that will bring zero and sub zero weather to Iowa Sunday So the official papers on the war of tempsr alurcs that has been waged In Iowa for tho past 10 days indicated thi morntg The polar winds had much the bet ter ot the argument all day and until midnight Friday flirting around the zero to 10 degrees above marks In western and central Iowa But tho weo hours oC Saturday tho gulf breezes drove tho icy winds back However it was just for a few hours Charles D Heed government meteor ologist hero said Irmimrili morning around tho 30 efigreo mark In west and central Iowa and from 30 to 20 above along the Mississippi river sector will go tumbling down again to light and bring subzero or near zero weather to tho state RENOMINATED MARION COUNTY MAN IS WINNER BY 4636 VOTE Lafe Hill Appointed Standard Oil King Seeking More Proxies Chairman Initiates Battle to Retain Job as Head of Board pHICAGO Jan 12 Tribune vsaid today that Robert W Slcwavt had begun t vigorous campaign unions stockholders or the Stand awl Oil company of Indiana to retain his post as chairman or the board of doctors in the face OE oprepresentatives in that nartv posit on from the Member of Patronage Committee D1 ES MOINES Jan 12 H Johnson oC Marion county today was named as the republican choice for speaker of the house of M WOODKUKK Postmaster G M Woodruff lias licen rciiominatcd by President toolidfie for the posfmastcrsliip of Mason City for another term of four years according til nn As sociated Press dispatch from Washington C flip Woodruff hepnn his present crm in February 1925 Tile new appointment fast mtn Fell rniiry 1n In coiiiincntliii on the appoint mcnt Mr Womlruff that he received a letter from Cimgrcss man G N Ifauccn him htti initiation had been sent In Friday SUBZERO AGAIN Loves His Horses and Farm So Renounces Claim to Earldom CALGARY Alberta Jan 12 Trederick Joseph Trevely Perceval enth Karl of Kdmont and Alberta rancher doea not propose to claim his eat In the house of lords A resident f Alberta for the post 2S years the new enrl declared he intended to make his homo permanently in this pro When a call was made at the Per evnl homestead the nobleman with ils 14 year old son and heir Frederick roseph Moore Perceval was dlscov red carrying out the task of clearing irush from pnrt of his land Ho wns asked what his Intentions worenow that he had succeeded to the family honors Ive lived in Alberta for 28 years he replied I love my cattle and my horses and I intend to stay here until I die The earl said rt might he necessary tor him to return to Great Britain to attend to matters connected with the estate This would not he for another year he said and once business had completed he would return and his former mode of life in continue Alberta From the exterior the Alberto resi dence of tho tenth earl presents nc usual appcarince of a logbuilt ranch house The interior however Is far more comfortably furnished thnn is the average ranchers home Well filled book cases pictures of eminent relatives and scones of the old coun try lend to the place nn air of gentil ity nnd old world charm ATHER SHOOTS LIQUOR DEALER arent Enraged Over Selling of Booze to 15 Year Old Daughter CAMDEX Art Tan 12 wrath ot the father of a 15 year old girl to whom liquor Is alleged to have been served along with about 7fi other students at a party held by Camden JUgli school students nt a roadhouse near here last fall culminated yester day in a shooting atfray In which the proprietor ot the rondhouse was wounded critically lay lies at n hospital In a serious con litlon with four bullet wounds In his body and p n Sullivan tho girls rather Is in Jail charged with the Uttle hopo la held by hos pital officials for Hnrdlns recovery The shooting occurred when Sulli van met linrdin In nn alloy Sullivan according to witnesses shouted Toil cant ruin my daughter and opened fire with nn automatic pistol Immedi ately after the shooting Sullivan sur svndnrcd to police CHICAGO Jan 13 lo emperaturos for the year were i rospect for the midweet today r now and fubaero cold gripped eigl tales The thermometer dropped to tu egrees below zero early today in Oh ago Tonight was expected to brin neiv lowrecords for the year Iting winds that sent hundred ecljing shcHer in missions and jal converted the outer drive runnin long the srore of Italic Michigan her nto a treacherous sheet ot ico Water by the winds had glazed th ladwiy and motorists skidded in ireened like spinning tops of glass Claimed Tiro JAres The cold claimed two lives In 111 nois yesterday one the result of ai accident Hay Krlse a farmer was klllei when his automobile skidded on a TURN TO IAfSB 4 COLUMN 7 IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday colder Saturday night cold wave northwest nnd central portions temperatures zero to five degrees below Colder southeast portion Sunilny LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Hlelieit Friday 17 Decrees Iowest in Night R Hctnw At 8 A M Saturday II Degrees January has proved itself an off and on month so far First there an extremely cold hour or two then theres a rapid ascent ot tho mercury Friday night Is a casein point The temperature dropped precipitously from 17 nbovo zero to S beloiv and then started a rapid climb which had hrot tho mercury to 12 above zero by S oclock Saturday morning The weather inan is talking In terms of subzero readings for Saturday night Better look at tho alcohol BEGIN THIRD WITCH CASE Two Other Alleged Slayers Given Life Terms in Quick Trials YORK Pa Jan 32 YoU ounty witchcraft drama entered is jnai act today All that remained of tho caso was the presentation of the Icfense oC Wllljcrt 1 Hess IS the bird and last member oE the trio who filled Nelson D Rebmeyer lkx loctor Tiie commonwealth completed ts case lato yesterday Tho wheels of justice moved swiftly Hid severely in dealing out punish ncjit to Hess two accomplices John I Ulymycr himself a powpow odor and 14 year oW John Curry 3oth were adjudged immiprers by the rial Juries Their pronounced belief n witchcraftwhich they said hud drjv n them to tho homo ot Rehmeycr on ho night of Nov 27 to get a lock ot Is haliand bury It right feet under his ground hack ot tho barn was Sc ored by the two juries which found hoy had gone to Kohmeyors with the Uontion of robbing him position from the Hockefoller Interests More than 18000 oE the company who also stockholders have received requests from Colonel Stewart the Tribune said to fill in proxies to be voted for him at the an nual meeting March 7 when he comes up Cor reelection to the executive leadership of the company Tho employestockholders as well as thousands of other stockholders of the company also havo received letters from John D Rockefeller Jr asking caucus which is equivalent to election He received 16 voles to SG for Francis Johnson of Dickinson county The selection was made on the first formal ballot The caucus voted to make the number ot votes necessary to nomi nate a majority of the house members present at the caucus rather than a majority ot the total membership Had the latter procedure been fol lowed 48 votes would have been them to deposit their proxies with his committees in tho move to oust Colonel Stewart from the bparcl necessary TheStewart proxies according to Howard Mathcws of DCS Moinca the letters were to be sent to a cornlCount5 wlls named speaker protern of tnittec consisting of Colonel Stewart tno ouse on tho first ballot recciv himself Edward G Seubert president I 47 to 34 for John M Bixler of thecompany and Felix Oraharn np nirri secretary The newspaper interpreted this to moan that Seubert heretofore has taken a neutral ground In tho Stewart Rockefeller dispute hat aligned himself with Colonel Stewart The Rockefeller letter to stockholders said that Mr Rockefeller objected only to Steuart on MIR hoard apt in had complete confidence fn Seubert tiid other board membors 15 INJURED IN TROLLEY CRASH wo Street Cars Collide at ThreeWay Chicago In tersection CHICAGO Jan 12 OTTwo street ars collided at a triple Junction of lark and Center streets and Lincoln trk west lato last night 13 pas engers being Injured Tho rear wheels of a northbound lark street car left tho tracks the ear of the car swinging around Into le path of a southbound car Both ara were crowded Many of tho Injured suffered fric rod arms and less and severe rulses but none was critically hurt Kellogg Pact Vote Is Near Passage Sure Borah Continues His Effort to Limit Debate WASHINGTON Jan 12 romtses against a filibuster on cord senate leaders believe the but e for an Interpretation the Kellotg nilwar treaty will come to a head lortly and a final vott will follov imcdiatoly is held by friend or foe the treaty but that It will be rati eel when the senate votes Tho only lection is whether eome construc tion shall be placed upon the treaty and in what manner this shall IJQ dons Proponents say no construction is neceswiry aim that none can bo voted Chairman Moruh of tha foreign re lations committee In charge ot the treaty was ready today to renew Ins proposal for a limitation upon deljate Hrf SHsscstion yesterlay to limit de batn aftor 3 p m was defeated by the objection oC Senator Slosos rppu lican Xeiv Ilninpshlre the author oE tho interpretative resolution of Adams county The selection was made unanimous on motion oC Bixler A C Gustafson of Ues Molncs was renamed chief clerk of the house bv acclamation Hill Is Appoinled Members of the patronage commit tee selected were f jitit a Katittt xaenry county Hanson Scott count M JOtchty Blackhawk TafTHIl Floyd counly T Gliinore Cedur county Johnson Kcolcuk county D M Ciriswotd Madison county nixlor Adams enmity Ifiibbard Pottanvit tainie county McCauMey Cllhoun county A 7 ing Cny county Heads Implement Dealers CEDAJt RAPIDS Jin wa implement Dealers association ccted ir S Kcrrson Frcdericks urg president at Its annhal conven on closed hero yesterday Henricis Famous Chicago Cafe Bought by Thompson Company CHICAGO Jan 12 The Thompson restaurants and Henri Ts two of tho best known restau rant businesses in Chicago have been consolidated Henricis which coined the slogan no orchestral din will continue to operate Independent of the chain of popular priced armchair Thomp son lunchrooms lint the ownership of tho two concerns will be tho John R Thompson company Announcement ot the consolidation followed purchase of a slto for a 21 story building at n23 West Randolph street by the Thompson company This Is just a few doors from Henricis which already has obtained propery IU 203211 South Wabash avenue for 1 new restaurant j Under tho expansion plan IlenrJcI restaurants will he established In 01 her cities details already holig for restaurants In Kvanbton 111 and St Iouls Mo WEATHER NEXT WEEK Upper Mississippi and lower MIs uri valleys Mostly fair In southwest hut two nr ree periods of precipltuion in east d north portions frorjuent tcmporn ro changes but mostly below normal northeast portion Buffalo Center Quint Bests Forest Cityans BUFFALO CKNTRR Jan a oiv game made laggy by thp after ef forts of the flu on ne pnrt of ho Players the Joral school has ecrs defeated the Forest City In dians hern Friday night hy a 2G to 12 score noth teams were handicapped hcfaiiMo of the recent flu opidomie which IonProd the fighting strength G 0 P IN CONTROL AT MONDAY OPENING By I C KARTACK Asocinted Press Staff Writer DBS M01NI5S Jan 12 The fortythird Towa general assembly will swing Into action here Monday under rcgiiibllcan control The early hours oC tho session he taken up with orgaiitaztlou of house and senate naming of standing commit tees by speaker of the house and pres ident of the senate and appointment of legislative officers settled upon Previously In of each branch When thtwa preliminaries have been cleared away Governor Hammill niI be called upon to deliver his biennial message which is in the naturo of a review ot administrative endeavors ot the pnst two years Iatcr when tho canvass of tho voto cast for governor and lieutenant governor hai been made by tho legislature In Joint ees slon the officials represented by Gov ernor Hammlll and IJeut Gov Arch SfcFarlnno will bo sworn into office ind the governor will deliver his in TURX TO PAGE t COMIMN f AUNT HET By Robert Quill en You cant never tell what styles are goin to do an I had by girls vaccinated about where I figured the appendix scar would be any way ;

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