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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas the Home AND MASON CITY OL XXXV yivs CENTS PER copy DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION y uixnia fER COPY ASSOCIATED PRES3 LF4Tin WTTJTT UT A s LEASBP REPORT MASON CITY IOWA AVEDNRSDAv ifi PEESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPFU3MENTAI SEMVlCK SANDING OFFERS TO GIVE UP BILL TO BOOST GAS UK TO BE BROT IN HOUSE Berry and Bixler Are to Introduce New Measure By 1 O KABTACK Associated press Staff Writer CTATEHOUSE DBS KOINES Jan IS of a 4cent gaso tax for Iowa grew today frith an nouncement by State Representative W 1 Bteler of Adams county ana a 8 Berry of Monroo county that had prepared a bin to increaso tax Cent They said they Jrcrtiia place ft on file in the Iowa of representatives late today Tha till provides for the accumula tion or tho extra eont ot revenue into tuna for use In ths construction and county and township Bads distribution to ba onehalt to ite Bagea Over Clerks aa vpent entire morning a dispute over the allott Ifaent of elerka assigned to members Representative Berry charged dlwrim 12 one clerk to ft number oi representatives In other eaaes two members were 1tiven but ona clerk His complain Iwaa Immediately aupportea by a half p aoren other members who claimed dls J fatlrfactlon with the assignments moved to refer tho matter on clerks back to tha committee which assigned them with Instructions to either assign an Individual clerk to each member or ono clerk to each two i members An amendment adopted to with hold any further action ott accepting report until fuch time ifcilltees were Announced ln the hone that an equitable adjustment could be made to allot committee chairman each ono clerk and the other members placed on an equitable footing The house adjourned1 until looclock tomorrowwhile tho senate was to re onvene at 2 oclock this afternoon I Has Four New Hills Says Rogers NEW YORK Jan and Kellogg wanted peace without explanation Jim Reed and Moses imagine those two wanting the same thing wanted peace in cluding explana tion They all com promised i t h the following footnote to Ku rope Wo had the treaty cx pllined but dont let that ROGERS mislead We learned no more from the explanations than we did from the treaty So we hereby sign blind In order to hurry on the cruiser bill and trust and pray that there ig nothing in the treaty that interferes with the Slon ros doctrine farm relief prohibi tion or birth control Tours WILL Copyright 192D FOCH IMPROVES CLEMENCEAU IS Crisis lYFrencli Marshals Illness Fails to Appear Jan IS A who played princi llic desultory 30 mlnuto session of the World wir lodtv won senate waa marked by the Intro mj Hiiro auction of flvo bills none of prime im portance Four oE them bore the name of Senator Otto F Lange of Dubunue tho other that of IU Wilson of Bhenandoab Senator Wilsons measure would ro peal that section of the code amend ment making it a misdemeanor for a defendant in a criminal prosecution to i fail to testify F Senator Langes bills would permit city managers to participate In politi cal activities allow township trustees r to tax theaters and moving picture houses MO to yearly reduce the exception on unencumbered real ca fjate in tho Iowa Etatutes pertaining to limit ot Indebtedness on Iowa or orations while the fourth was of Hocal nature makinggjiiim u 1Yoncli riiicipal rolos in wore apiurcntly illness 3COUNCIIMEN INDICTED FOR BRIBE TAKING Former Minneapolis Al derman Shows Graft on Council i MINNtlUUUS Minn Jan 1G fypjl charges in city counfill dealings today had involved three aldornuMi and two busiucssmcil in twelve bribery indictments The indictments wore returned late yesterday by the Jlenncpin county prrand jmy here ami make a tutal oi JG Hince an iiuiuiry was started by Floyd ii Olson county attorney Tho aldermen involved are 1Yed A JIauror aC the third ward Frank K Glebcnhaln tentli ward and J H Hbef field ciflilb ward Tho businessmen ne Morris Uiscnstadt president ot the Dyeinc and Cleaning com pany and K It Hclieefc castside au tomobile dealer The indictments followed disclosures said to have been made lo Olson by Lotris N Kitten grain dealer and for mer alderman from the first ward I Ritten resigned his council seat after ippeurins before tho grand Jury Uicbcnhain was nameil in six cutnils all Lhareina bribery in connection with fire department equipment pur Chrises and sale of fire departmeii property and with granting of licensee a dance hall and a cleaningcstab lishment Two indictments wero directed jaiust Muurorxoiie in a road oil deal and another for a licenseOne ncalnsi Sheffield accuses lilm of sivlnjr S50I to Kitten in a fire ileartmeiit engine purchase Two aRainst Kisenstadt al eyo ho offered a 54GOO bribe to Ritten Pact Hoover Agrees to Call Inquiry Into Prohibition Ilns developed today after a conference between Jfoovcr and Senators Jones of and Kdga of New Jersey respective leaders of tlie senate drv and wet forces who advised the next president of their dc Iblon to abandon their resolutions to aulhorlzo a pro hibition incjuiry The senators saitl Hoover agreed willi hem that rsislattmi was iinncwsfary at this time and that all tliit would bo required in any eventwould be a measure the of tfio commls MOII I hw will be offered at tlio special session of the new congress to be called In the early spring The Jones resolution would luivo ordered a concre sional Inquiry while that by Senator would 1a SeSSfTHSSiSr contltions Ihc fundamental basis of the nresi DROWN AS CHINESE VESSEL SINKS IN OCEAN Only 23 Persons Saved After Ship Strikes Rock lan 16 More to olrtaln of a resoulion ho fillaman Elected to Succeed Dr Wilce COLUMBUS Ohio Jan 16 IP m S Willaman since 13Z6 assistant rector of football at Ohio State unl rslty and former coach at Iowa ate today waii selected to suc J W wiles a football h by the athletic board of the unl rity Have Short S Men For an Answer Read PASSED UP A Great New Serial Sfory for Renders of GlobeGazette STARTING Friday Jan 18 Ferdinand liocli seemed lo bo slightly better Tlie crisis which some had fcaretl did not occur ami be bad somo sleep during the earlier part of the night Georges Clcnicnceau for m o r premier suffering from a bad attack ot grippe is expected lo resume his worlc before the end of the week un less his S7 years tell too heavily on him By the orders of big doctors Mar shal Fochs house was clased to all callers during the nieht and plunged in quiet darkness eo that the 77 year old soldier could set as much sleep as possible His condition this morning was still cxeromely grave altho as Dr ravenieres put it the proKnori wan as favorablo as the ot tho patient permitted Specialist Summoned Professor Andre a specialist In kid ney diseases who attended JFoch thru out tho war ivas summoned yesterday when uremia developed from a kidney Infected after the marshals heart at tack Ills view was that there wn no Immediate danger from the ktdne infection and ho returned lo the Un verslly at Nancy today The marshal has suffered froi functional kidney trouble for yea and required constant care For th reason Professor Andre was attache to Ills staff during the war So far a can bo learned the present symptom an aggravation of his old trou bles due to illness Willie other physicians attendin tho marshal were extremely reserve In their juJgment Professor Andr wasmoro optimistic Jfa said he gall tha Impression from a long tal I he had with Dr HeitzBoyer that th marshal dewnite his 77 years nouL mako a Blow recovery In xjcv of in robust condition Marshal TH Cheerful The marshals two daughters wen admitted to tho sick room lato las nlgbt to make a little visit to their father before ha fell asleep They dry cleaner was interested in Scheofc was charged with giving Kitten a bribe for bis influence in telling u iily biiildinpr Gicbentalri ind Jlnuicr wore indicted by tho grand jury HCV oral weeks ago on similar cliarges They have been out on bond awaltnir trial ENGINEER DIES AFTER ACCIDENT Work Train on Rock Island Overturns Near Guthrie Center GUTHRIE CENTER Jan JG Death of one man and serious injuries of two othera resulted from the over turning ot a Chicago nock Island Pacific railroad work train near here AL SMITH WILL BROADCAST TALK Former Governor to Face Microphone for Nation wide Hookup NEW YORK Jan 15 ii Smith will address tho nation to night over a coosttocoast radio hook up Die subject of his discourse will no revealed untltho faces tho micro TIONGKONG 1 than Sao lives apparently wore lost today in the sinking of tho Chi nese steamer Hsimvali Tho vessel sank a few minutes after striking a lOfk off Waglan Only 23 survivors were known to have been picked up One survivor said that tlie vessel car rjod 300 Chinese passengers and the crciv down with her The survivor said the vessel which is owned by the Chinese Merchants Navigation company left Swatovv yes terday at noon and encountered heavy seas and a strong wind At a m the ship struck a rock and filled rap Idly with water It was believed that only one life ivoat was launched In this were a boatswain 35 members of the crew ami four passengers The lifeboat tossed about on the heavy seas for about an hour and was sighted by a Junk just as the Hbinwali Frea Tlirlllen of Cedar Rapids en1 r ineer dletl three Hours after tho ac 1ve leaders cident in whlel he received several X PBskob ilinklln D Itoosevelt broken iibs and a broken uUUJUtl with Internal injuries Krnncis Anderson iif Cedar Raiilils fireman wns scalded on tlie hand and right arm hy strain and was cut J Sorcnson of Valley Junction foreman received a fractured loft leg and crushed right foot n vj ISJUT iney found him cheerful full of confidence and more hopeful than his doctors It was understood that caffine Jjad been administered as a stimulant In tho early evening for the second time during tho day At lunch the marshal insisted on io fingers of red wine being poured Into his glass which was then rilled with water and ho had his way Chicagoan Held for Des Molnes Shooting DBS 110INBS Jan 16 app of Chlcafo fs held without bond or trial In district court here follow Indictment yestcnlny by the jrand iury on a cbnreo of first drsrop mm ler In connnclton with the shooting of Charles Iirri LIQUOR BLAMED FOR ACCIDENT 14 Persons Killed in Train Wreck in Rumania Crew Drunk Claim TUKNUSKVERINU Rumania Jan 1C inspectors said to day that drunkenness on the part of the engineer and crew of tho Ruuhar ostTemesvar evpress cost the lives of 14 persons In addition to the fatalities about two scoro passengers wero injured last night at Prunisoru near here when tlie express crashed into a local train which baa been derailed The Express was alon 5r miles an hour In the dear of n when tbo craeii occurred The CUKI neer of the Express which was heavily laden was apparently blind to all sic rnla Wilo pullinff no driver tho Jumped the track and Us subjcct IOWA FORECAST Smivr probaMn Wednesday ngj ami Thursday slowly rising I peralure Wednesday nidit nd in Piist and central portions Thra LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazettn weather figures for hour period ending i m Wednesday rfiKliest Tuesilny at S oclock 5 Ahove 7 Below v 5 Above Tuesday night was tho sixth consecti Ivo night on which there was a mini mrest in NiKht U 8 A M Wednesday Jumped tlie track and overturned Booth Wont Resign From Army Office Statement Js Gist of Reply to Councils De j mands i T ONDOX Jan 16 Bram well Tiooth In a stalcmont given to newspapers for publication today announced that he would not resign as commander inclilet of tlie Salvation army Tliifl statement was understood lo bo the Kist of lils reply to the liiKl council of tho nritiy tmrj tlio Jjaily Herald said it liad been rejected by a slioiv of batiils The council then pro ceeded immediately to n discussion of his fitness to govern the army It was not certain that tlio coun o fllio topic on which theli pariys recent presidential candidate would speak Governor Roosevelt Indicated tiial y virtue of Atr Smldis position an tlio tilulaihead of tlie party it WIIB Ins privilege to make the radio ad dress without consulting party heeled over and sank The Junk brot the o survivors to Hongkong Another Junk picked up Chief Off ccr Jacobsen and two Cliinese A wore lifebelts but wore so numbed b cold tbat they wsra unable to grw ropes thrown to them The flolieime Jumped Into tho water and lifted them Upper House Takes Up 15 Cruiser Bill Peace Pact Finally Wins by 851 Vrte Blaine Votes No BULLETIN WASHINGTON Jan 10 Senafu approval of Iho udininlstra fion bill for tho consl ruction bill itr hu of 15 cruisers was aslicd today ly Scimlor Swan son of AirEiiia mi tho theory that it would lead lo a better ninl lirser asrecnicnt for the limila tiiiu of naval arinaiuunt To pass he measure the Virgin ian declared wimlil io givr Orcat Britain an nbjcut ta Iho extent that It would dcm nnstralo tlat the United Staics was determined o place itself on a substantial niival equality with Hiat country jai 15 multilateral treaty iboard tho Junk Search for othe survivors wan be Tho speech which will be bosun at p m eastern standard time will broadcast over a chain or SO sta tions linked with WKAF of the Na llorial Broadcastim company The stations include JTSD St rouis WOC Davenport WOw Omaha WTMJ MilwaukeeWGx Chicago REBELS IN KABUL SHOWING NO LOVE FOR NEW RULER Hand of British Seen in Ab dication in Favor of Brother continued this afternoon Tho Itslnwah was of 1840 tons The hip way camintnilnd by Captain Jen en Tho obier and second engineers vcro nritisli and the oilier officers were cither Knsslan or Chinese The vessel carried a crew or 103 There were about women and cnil drcn among the MO passengers IONDOV jm 16 WSLondon on newspapers said torlay that they had earned In authoritative circles her at flslitlng was continuing nrolllul AfBhanlslan dfs u TOUI1 would Immediately appoint a nrolllul AfBhanlslan dfs cessor after tho voto oC removal as it lho nblJlcation of Amnnullah ai was supposed a majority might desire S u injui 1LJi desire a respite of 24 hours before making a decision so momentous Tho Kenerals slatemcnt to the press aid that tho hiKb council had been called to consider the position of the future after somo bulletins on his con dition bad indicated that his recovery wts doubtful Cites Founders rowers It should brv clearly understood he statement continued that the rounder oC ths Salvation army li luted powers under which the liiBh council could be called for tho sola purpose of turning out ot office a gen crl1 wio was spiritually unfit and of electing a successor if Hint were done 01 If for any other reason there should in fact bo no general of tho Salvation army An Important point indeed below zero The that In declaring the general unfit Tfr etlttil u I Wednesday morninif had turned tho hlprh council has the power to set the cast and the rise of tho mer his nomination of a successor The general contended that ury was somewhat more rapid than 11 previous mornings Perhaps 1 riptirt days arn at band the council had no power to propose or make changes in Iho constitution but that he wrote tlio councillors staling ho was prepared to consider anyfeasible scheme for broadenlnp the constitution He also asked for a little time in order to regain his health This was scarcely considered and he was to retire from office under whnt aninunt to nothing less Ihnn n threat of expulsion As far lie could ascertain the only ground TURN TO PAGK 4 COLUMN 5 Tlio Daily Mail said that tbo rebels did not approve of King Inayitullab Anianullnlis successor any moro than they oC jis younifer Tbo raily Elpress said that a grim and ferocious battle was turning Ka oiil into a sliamlilra Baciial Sakao ho rebel commander refused to ro Rard the abdication u laying down his arms Ilbe British residency ivhcro Sir Francis Humphreys British minister and his staff were stationed was the lino of flre Claim nriflsh Vlclory BERLIN Jan Js newspapers today expressed s a eason for Bank Bandit Being Taken to Minnesota Devers Suspected of Waver ly Holdup to Face Trial in Minneapolis MEMPHIS Tcnn Ian is Ri Handcuffed and wearing log irons Frank DC vein accused mall robber bank bandit and escaped convict was onrouto hack lo Minnesota today in custody of two United Slates mar Simla to face charges of robbing a pouch at nibbing two ycira jiso Dovors for arrecf tio gov ornmont bad posted a reward a removal licarlng yesterday and agreed to return to nibbing for trial lie was Identified as tlio mntl robber hy T M King railway mail clerk who was held up Bovora also was accused of robbing a bank at Waverly Iowa and said lio had escaped from prison n whcro bo was serving a sentence for bank robbery Johanna Bruce 23 Wlnona Minn Uevers companion wns irrestrd few days ago for properly which sh given hrr nouncing war is ratified and today tho semile turned to another bill favored by President construe tion ot 33 cruisers for the navy After two weeks of quarreling over an Interpretation of tho pact pledging the nations of tho world to resort to peaceful methods in the settlement of disputes the senate lato yesterday ratified tho treaty S5 to 1 Senator Eaine republican Wisconsin voted against it Chairman Borah of the foreign rel tions committee inrrharge of treaty fight REBEL DEMANDS U S TROOPS BE ORDERED HOME Moncada Brands Propos al of Bandit Chieftain as Treason BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GEN AUGUSTINO SAN DING Nicaiaguan rebel leader lias replied lo an American proposal that he lay clown his arnis by demanding that American marines be withdrawn i r o m northern Nicaragua If this were done letters made public in Honduras said lie was willing Lo discuss peace with President Moncada of Nicaragua TO President Moncadt the relist leader wrote proposing that tha north ern province of Nueva Segovia bo sep arated from Nicaragua and under his control President Moncada termed the proposal treason and called tor volunteers letters to General Sandino urging him to abandon IUB struggle against tho authorities wove sent hy Brif Gen Logan Feland commanding tho American marines In Nicaragua early in December Rear Admiral Da vid Sellers U S Jf also expressed a willingness to listen to Sandlno tho lock resultingfrom the demand for an Interpretation by assenting to n report hy the foreign rclallonn com mittee embodying its construction of he paoi Boralt yields a Polul Senators Heed democrat Missouri loses republican Kcw Hampshire Ulngliam republican Connecticut lad held out for the Interpretative rc lort the committee which declared hit tho pact did not Interfere with right oC sole defense and SANDINOS TERMS nan rccelvlns siild Dovc stolen rs had tlnn and was returned to for trial also waived extriiit Much Sought Robber Held in N Y Will Be Taken to Texas 1 me ut Her that the abdication of Kins Aman ullah of Afehanlstan was a Britlsl diplomatic victory over Russia Tlie DentKcke Allgemelne ZeltunL said the abdication meant the end for an Indefinite term ot soviet Influence In Kabul remarking that from the inompnt Amanullah openly sided with Kussla it was clear that England would not rermlt him to be victorious over tho rebels Tho Lokal Anzlesor Mid that the British government feared that the sample ot an independent klnK In Af hanlstnn would enhance the amhl tlona for freodom ot provinces In the nelprhborinpr Indian states Boorsen Zcltunp Mllerl Hie npw Icing Inayatullah notoriously proSritlsh BUKFALO X T Jan IS Plans wnro under way todiy for ine extradition lo Texas of Clydo Kobcrls 19 and IYcd Nave 34 arrested here as members of tlio Aco Fendleicn ns an outfit accused of bank iioil s and murders Tiicy wero identi fied hy means of finger prints Among other things they wanted for participation in tlio holdup of the Iampa National hank of Borj er Texas dinIns which two police men wero killed Fivo alleged members of tlio Arc Pendleton Kans now arn in custody Vce himself is under arrest nt Kldor itlo Ark nnd is being held on hoirl Idc charges for the Texas nuthorltij has two other alleged members n Jail idiled that the Monroe doctrine was i part or that system oC self defense Senator Borah yielded with the ivrit cn agreement llmt tlie report was lot to bo considered as changing or iiodifyliiK tile treaty or as effoctuat ng any reservation to it While Secretary KellotS was busy olay notifying tlie oilier nations of he world who have signed the treaty f Americas adherence the senate just as busy considering tlio bill TURN TO PAGE t COLUMN 1 SLAYERWOULD DEFEND HIMSELF Northcott Asks Judge for Permission to CrossEx amine Witness KIVERSIDE Cat Jan IS dispute belivcen Gordon Stewart Mnrlhcott and ono of his attorneys Kolwrt Havay over Xorthcotts ile iiKind that ho be allowed to conduct Ins own defense In his trial hero on of slaying three boys tlireat encd todny to lioki up the case orllicitt Insisted at yesterdays session Hint going lo cross oxaniliio his lr year old neplien Snn ford Clark chief witness for Ihn pro sedition on Kanfords story of murders at the Nortiicolt rancll near here night Korthcott had a conTcrenco with his attorneys at the closo of which fiavay aalI tho accused Joutli ivisliefl to retain him as couiirjol but nt the same time desired to ciu young flnrk and perhaps other wit nesses Savay Indicated that such a proposition was unsalMnctory to him A decision by Superior Jiidso Cleorge K Freeman on Northcotfs request was expected today Both rtefensc and proseciillon attorneys expect it to le nilvciKe to tJie defendant Savny In dlraled that he would retire if the al leped slayer were permitted to ques while the prosecution announced that it would ask for a continuance ot the cnse ir Norlhcntt were permitted to conduct his own de fcnse r demand the to illlne this witncm myself Northcott said yesterday at the close of younc rks testimony His story is a pack of lies Only 5 per cert of It nnywhero near brins know him hotter than nt stako e lh Prlvllc him tlo truth anyone and I shmld he o to crossex TEQUCTQALPA Honduras Jan 16 ot American marines from Nicaragua Is the condjfton upon which Gen Aususlino Sandlno Mic araguan rebel leader In vllllnp to lay flown liis arms Letters written by General Samtino statins this and that lie will not dral with tho United States were made public hy tlio news paper El Sol editors nnnounrrd that tlio autlicnlitity of Hie documents as beyond question Ono letter Is an answer to Hear A1 nihal David Sellers U S M con mandins tho special service squadron hi Central American waters and to Gen U S M coinnifindlnj the marines in Nicar agua It reads Patrlolism crrnpcllrl nic to rcpol force y force and I must absolutely reject any Interference by your gov ernment iu the Internal affairs of our country and dcinonstratn tluit tho sov ereignty oC a people cannot rtts cussed but only defended by arms In my hand Wouli Deal AViih Moncada It is in Iliis sonne that T HIV that I couIiV enter Into a nmtlrmcnt for ipaco only with Moncada In oC the fact that lio became a traitor to tho liberal parly error can correct by moans oC a compromise to bo conHmlea with the NIcariRtmn nnd the liberal party hy rr tho termn which wo slvili propnMO at the proper opporlunlly To arrive at an otfecllvs pcac lettlement we propose as tho flrol ontllllon that It is Indispensable that tho American forces withdraw from our country This accomplished yom forces should vacate the four northern departments of Segovia JInolesa oli and Matacllpa Klciirafruan rivil and army authorities may remain TURN TO 4 COLUMN 3 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen 1 never done nothin I was ashamed of but once an that was one time when Pa slammed the donr while T was still talkin to him an I kicked the cat   

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