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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited the Home AND MASON CITY 70L XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPS VASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION INSTALLMENT ROE FULKERSON THE STORVOf A GIRL WHO MADE MEN LIKE HEIR 1929 CHAPTER I TY BROWN did not want to be kissed She 1 to want to kiss her Only an eighteenyearold girl can think at such crosspur poses She was at the first dance given by her high school class graduated a short time before Tho eighty young people in the class about equally divided between the fair and unfair sexes Seventyfive attended this dance at f tho Country club Half were dancing the others scattered about the grounds I in the shadows of the trees snuggled in the dark corners of the clubhouse I porch and slipping in ana out of cars parked just under the veranda wnere IBetty stood I With George Harris tho nextdoor neighbor who had brot her to the Idancc she stood on the veranda In the moonlight It seemed to Betty that was always beside her All thru high school he had walked to gchool her mornings taken her to athletic events and tho school dances I George was a seriousminded boy not given to demonstrations ot affec f tion As sho listened to his monologue about tho work of the committee on Jarrangemenls for tho dance and heard his plans to make it an annual at Mfalr she wondered what ho would do it she suddenly put her face up to his to kissed This unusual thot was the result scenes around her of which IfOpnlv Oimuiirnu lil tlUU keenly conscious but P George seined not to iiolieo which Over liis shoulder Hetty could Bee fa ewlns in the dark corner or tho J verandii A girl was In the corner ot I the sivlns a boy sitting so close lo her that tlieir two shadowy figures L seined to melt into one Betty saw his dark coat sleevo across liar white J dress From time lo time Ills blurlc Ihaired head blotted out tho sir JIVILM ujuiiju out ino gin s fuce entirely Uotty knew he was kiss ing her tieorge continued to talk oC the suc cess of the party She dropped encour I aging monosyllables from time to j time to keep him talking while she I was busy with her thots J Sho looked over the tops of the car Sparked bencatli the veranda toward rhcr came another couple nvilking lel I surely to the parked cars The boys fcarm was around the girl she was jookin up into his face singing The jjnoonlight shone on an aurlole of blonde hair framing her face in gold tier loiv throaty contralto sing gotta swim birds gotta fly 1 gotta love one mail til I die Cant help Iovin that man At the conclusion of each short ffstumui the boy stooped and kifsei per lie opened the door of the parkei par and they stepped In There was no more of the sonff Betty wondered what she would do if a boy kissed her like that Would Bhe flap his face Would fcho rc fcpoml she had long ago made up her lo permit such libertiesto lie had never had to protect herself from them Impatiently to George she Lets go lo the other end ami ret fway from these putting parlies Strolling along the veranda they Jiaased a couple which separated iiast Sly as I hey approached The boy sat i big wicker porch chair and the was balanced perilously on Its Betty wondered if thegirl had Jicen on hw knee Theopposite end of the veranda fcave a view over tho golf course As Sho orchestra started up Betty saw two Connies come out of the shadows f f tho trees around the first tec and combed her bobbed hair George had concluded his long mon ologue but Betty had long since lost the thread of his story Her How in teresting seemed to satisfy him Trets go dance ho suggested As chairman of the committee on arrangements its my duty lo be seen on the floor Let me stay here sho suggested There are several girls on your com mltteo you should dance Ill stay here In the moonlight 1C I wan to dance Ill come in Shall T send Pete or one of the boys out to you No please Id like to be alone with the moon Remember George declaimed with a ponderous attempt at humor The ancient Greeks evolved the world lunatic from tho root luna meaning moon They thot the rays of the moon made people insane I feel tonight as tho there were something in the idea laughed Bet was there about her that made the boys ot the school pas her ui She recalled with what pleasure she had once heard a boy refer to her as a part of the highbrow crowd that must be the trouble She thot the average high school boy was far from highbrow but she believed she boys attlactlvo to Better class of Hey Sister A boycame toward her from tho club entrance Winso pensive and alono when there Is so much important kissing to be done and the nicest moon that r VM ho finished lamely I didnt know It was you No She was more confused than he Ana j jout come n Sho was abashed at her Involun cary remark Gosh I would as noon think ot Drying to kiss the fortyseventh prob e on Euclid IalBled the boy pass Until tonight she would have felt complimented at sucl statement tut the woman m her was hurt cruel 3SS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY TOW ATfRm A 18 1929 UNITED TRESS NI3WS SUPPLEMENTAL sKnvnnfrJQ g DISCUSSJRUISERlTLL Says Rogers NEW YORK Jan Al Smith made a mighty nice straight for ward speech last night over the radio And its a good idea not to let the party die down for you got to watch Vou let the democrats not be looking for just a minute and one oC them re publicans wilt grab that Wash ington m o n u inent and light out with it I hated o see Al passing the j hat for the rich WILL ROGERS democrats lie is too big a man to be handed a tin cup ami sent out on the highways Tours WILU Copyright 192il Throne Escapes Jail at Northwood HOUSE RECEIVES CASE AGAINST GOV JOHNSTON fen Charges for Impeach ment Reached hy Committee QKLAHOMA CITY Jan is Ten charges ot impeachment against Uov Henry S Johnston were reported to tbe Oklahoma house of representatives today by its invesli gatlng committee Charging the gov Peterson and Evenson Both Being Sought One of Youths Given Free dom 30 Minutes Before Arrest Order Came TURN TO PAGE O P Trio to Direct Party in State of N Y Jive Die as iTornado Hits States Storm Takes Toll In Missouri Illinois Indiana Bv TOE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iivo person were reported killed ml nearir a scan were Injured to in a tornado which swept north Haatward thru Cape GIrardeau Mo Struck Maunle III n0ar the Indiana and then dipped agraln at Port Brancli Ind The dead I JMarjorie Hargraves 4 Cape Girar Mo f Buddie Harcrarcs S x brother norollo nine Uciiry 13 and Ber nco Tuclier of Maunie 111 Mrs Mary Nolcn Fort Hrancli Inrt f TMftoon otlter school children were injured at Maunie when two were blown clown Vo other casualties were reported it Capo Glrardeau but several farm buildings were wrecked U Fort Branch David Nolen and a I year old grandchild were Injured Several houses and out buildings were in n down Hull and Mills Designated as Repub lican Bosses WASHINGTON Jan 3S iff of republican political m New York state durinfr the next four years in the hands of threo lead ers was announced today by It Kd mond MacHoId state committee chair man after he ami William H Hull and Oeden I Mills under secretary the treasury had a brealifnat conference with PresidentElect Hoover Besides MacHold and Hillthe third member of the group will be Charles Hilles national commlttecman who conferred with Hoover earlier in the week MacHold la to represent the group most negotiations with the new President He Bald that the three would upon recommendations or appointments for federal office be namea were submitted to Hoover for his consideration Hill Was head of the Independent Hoover for president organization In vew state and the agreement on ho liandlmR ot patronage was re rarclea as somewhat of a victory for IfacHoltl became state chairman n the last cnmpriigrn after the death of George Morris an Recd OC fho George Begins to Show Interest in Palace Affairs UlMfJON Jan IS Dally sall tliat ICing George had joyed long periods of Kieop durin last few days and his interest in affairo had reawakened he was I alluvcd to read however since u effort at concentration Jlilglit M u toa great he king was havlngr much longer wilh members of Ihe royal fam CLiiccially Queen iMary MORGAN IS TO REPRESENT U S ONREPARATIONS Owen D Young and Per kins Also to Attend Conference WASHINGTOV Tan JS WiT P Morgan head of the powerful bank ing house of j P Morgan and com pany and Owen D Young former agent general for reparations pay ments and chairman of the General Electric company have been named to attend tho conference on German reparations in Paris Thomas Vclson Perkins Boston lawyer and former citizen member oC the reparations commission was chosen as an alter nate The selections expected for jievera days were made by Ihe reparations commission and Sir Ksrne Howard British ambassador called at the stale department yesterday to officially ad vise Secretary Kellogg of the appoint nents Both 31Ir JUorsan and Sir Young ire expected to accept tho the I3en lilectric chairman has said that might bo prevented from attend ng because of the illness of his wife Slay Bo Chairman He has been prominently mentioned as probable chairman of the confer enco which la expected to meet In Paris early in February Intimations lhat Mr Young Mr Moiffan and Mr Perkins might be tho United Stales experts at the conference has met TU11N TO PAGE 1 COLUMN 3 IOWA FORECAST ut II1C rjood ommltteo said he had discussed Mis isslpp flood control with the presl entclect aa well as steps looking to elleving tho flood situation In PIorirta TrrJsatfon and reclamation formed ho subject of a conference between loovcr and Chairman Smith of the ouse reclnmntlon committee Tormer Wife of Ogden Mills Asked Divorce From Titled Husband PA HIS Jan IS Dukes has filed suit for divorce against Sir Paul Jlukcs British author and musi cian Sho wns formerly the wife of Ogden I Milla undersecretary of the United Slates treasury Tady Dukes and Sir Paul npro married Nccrelly at Nyack N y October 1022 Partly ciomly Friday nRi snow in southeast portion Satur day unsettled possibly snow in southwest and cxtromn south por tions Colder Friday njjtlit and in flvlreuie soudicnst portion Satur day LOCAL STATISTICS GlobofJazclle weather figures for 1 hour period ending at S oclock a ornor was interfering with tho pro press ot the investigation tho com mittee asked 1H3 immediate suspension from office Tile governor was geiierallv charged by the committee with Violation ot the constitution and laws of tho state of Oklahoma wilful neglect ot duty Incompetency corruption in office and the offenses involving moral turoi lude Ten Charges A summarization of tho charges a presented by the committee in its re port follows of pardon and restora tion of citizenship to R D Crossth waile and misappropriation of funds paid to J W Buck Eld vidge special agent for the governor issuance of deficiency certlficale for ij9 bankingdepart ment creating tho position ot assist ant attorney law clerk and slcno srnpher for Ihe years 18272S issuance ot deficiency certificate for the banking depart ment creating the position of assist ant attorney law clerk and Eteno graphcr for the years 152S29 unlawful expenditure of money pursuant to an illegal contract with one Kirhy Fitpatrlck em ployed as a special attorney for the state banking department issuance ot deficiency certificates to continue tho state Issues commission after refusal of tho legis lature to make nn appropriation fo tile years Militia Order Unlawful Unlawful Issuance of rfeficienc certlflcalo to continue tho stale Issue commission after refusal ot ths leglsla tine to make an appropriation for th years authorization of In terference by militia with orderly on ouct under claim ot right ot member oc l be IcslslPture lo ascemuli poacably and wrongful attempt to interferewill the functioninp ol committee on Investisatlon of legMa lure judicial executive ami other do part men la of state and intimidation of witnesses and prospectivewit nesses to bo Mca hy salrt eom11Uec Incompetency JOHN D SR IS HELPING SON IN STEWART FIGHT May Be Factor That De i yx lcrminfef Oltcome andofficersof surround 01 Battle YORK Jan IS York Times says today that V4 OLIltVJU ing towns are joining in a search for P C Peterson and tcorge fcvcnson both of Joico in connection with the robbery of a bank at Hague N Dak Peterson escaped from the county jail while Kvcnson was given his lib erty from tbe same jail just 30 min ntes before a telegram from North Dakota came asking that both Peter son and Evenson be hold for Uie sher iff at Iinton X Dale who was to come here after the Went to Kvensons Home Evenson had completed serving 15 days of a sentence on a disorderly conduct charge Immediately after re ceipt of the instructions from North Dakota the Northwood sheriff went to the livenson home but could not find the young man Peterson at that time was still in Jlll having signed an extradition waiver lo return to North Dakota The combined efforts the Worti and other North Iowa sheriffs have failed to reXea any trace of tho youns Rockefeller Sr erful influenco to According to the county attornev Hie sheriff at Union N Dak wired in Friday Highest Thursday At 8 A JVT Friday Allbo slightly colder than the provl in Degrees 5 Degrees 33 Degrees Die night according mercury to tho IOWA ASSEMBLY IN ADJOURNMENT Legislators Take WeekEnd Vacation To Reconvene on Tuesday DBS AF01NBS Jan IS lull before the lawmaking storm n re cess has been taken by the Jowa leg isla ure until next Tuesday afternoon The iUournment of more than of Waterloo and I n Johnson ot Knoxville speaker ofthe house opportunity to name their standing committees Otherwise or panlzatlon has been completed and tho states machineIs ex pected lo work steadily until the the sheriff here asking thai 1otersoi bo taken into custody because a war rant for his ancst had been sworn out The request was complied will and Peterson was lounging In the sheriffs Norlh Uses Iron Bar Peterson Is said to have escaped ivy iron bar that fastened wo cells together He then tore loose i section of the metal celling Of his econd floor cell making an opening In ho wooden ceillnp above and crawling thru the attlo of tlo jail o a residence adjoining From Shero ho slid down TO PAGE COLUMN 5 New lobn has brot his pow the aid ot his son the fisht to oust Col Kobcrt W Stewart from tho chairmanship of the Standard Oil company of Indiana Aroused by the attitude oC Colonel Stewart which he considers an af front Ihe paper Says the elder Rocke feller has entered the fifht so deter minedly that his associates may as Miine active charge ot the battle being waged between lohn D Rockefeller Jr and tho chairman of the Indiana company The entrance of the father Into the fray wia regarded in street as a factor that misht determine the out come of tho struggle for control of tlio Standard Oil company Of Indiana brokerage houses Insur ance companies and other lngn ers of Indiana stock which hereto ore have been inclined to neutral are expected tu rally to tbe Rocke feller interests lecuuss senior nockefelierH influence Ic Proxies Shooting Is Described by Eye Witness Davis Boy Tells Story of How His Mother Shot Joe Lee 1 Triin Nniv 1KJ Here was in connection will he affairs of tho Standard oil company ot Indiana of which he is chairman and that hlR visit baa no conncctlm whatever win ho RoLic eiior fight to remove him from ibc leadership Asked ir was lere to sol proxies Colnncl Kleuvirt ivplird IAbsolutcly not I an nol here in is IMoxy matter at all 1 am hernn atlanfi of the company which I do not care to make public I shall only be in Kew York until Saturday an r do not want lo discuss the with Mr Itockefellcr Jr I do not tare to indulge in anv of his band wasJM talk The nroxies will Iw votej on Mjircfi and hose vlll slccle Ih fight Proxies ciiange lally and nn one can tell In advance low the vote will en1 Monarch Has Uneasy Seat After Revolt Amanullah Reported Gather ing Troops in Southern District UUMKT1N JJEUH India 18 lilug of Afglian iKtiiii fur a fnv days anil mem lers of bii Itoirseliofd have hoen nyarimlcd from Hnbul by British alrforco nirnltiiicN Tlio party reached Ishmar ciiriuto tu daliar where Inajanllalis pred occssnr anil brotlipr flic former King Amanullhih is I OVDON Jan IS from Karachi India toay snid that for mer King Amanullali of Afghanistan was gatlioring support from southern Afghans for an attempt to recover lost throne from the water carrier who became king Habibullah Khan One incentive presumably is Amanul expectation of an heir Amanullah after his alxiication In Kabul reached Kandahar in the south ot Afghanistan and ratsel the royal standard over tho palace there indi cating that he still considered himself a factor in the situation Ite seemed to bo in author r ovei lhat section and it was reported thai he also liad support at Ghazni Doubt His Kccnvery Tenrons familiar with Afghanistan today cxpretscd doubts whether Am anullah would be able to move against Kabul before spring In Kabul Habi bullah held sway having taken th who became ruler after Amanullahs abdication Ktcn If Hahjbulliih continues to en y freedom from attack by Amanui ah it was reported that he mi MARSHAL FOCH IS IMPROVED trouble from rebels tho Tallla area That neighborhood was un trr the control of All Ahmed Khan ormor governor of Kabul and The nan to whom Amanullah deputized ho task or making terms with the cbelmus Shlnwar tribes The SENATE ASKED TO BEGIN WORK HOUR EARLIER Solons Also to Take Up Appointment of Roy 0 West Jan is OTEVMI before tlis half way mark has bren reached congress already Is Sinnlng to feel the legislative pressure lor which Its short sessions fur years have Ijceii noted Counting out the Christmas holiday the bigger part Of the threemonth session slllt Is ahead but in the sen a demand already has been mailr that tho senators hurry up conmilnet work and arrive In the chamber an hour ahead ot the usual cunvuniiiK lime at noon The house however with its ilrnstl rules for sunning off speechmaking is well ahead of ue program mappel out early last December by Speaker Lnngworlh nm lienrcsenlative Til son ot tiie republican floor leader Unless Ihe unexpected should develop it is doubtful If Hi house memlxns will be called upon l work overtime Sees Trouble Ahead Today the administrations cruiser construction bill again had the right ot way in the senate with Chairman Halo ot the naval committee who is in charge ot tho measure determined to expedite its consideration as much as possible It was Hale who ycster lay urged longer hours for tins sena tors The measure however has troublo ahead as a group 0 prin cipally from the central west rouncod opposition to program to vler So far they have not tahen the floor to voice their views since with the exception of n speech by Senator Tydlnes democrat Maryland In lavnr or the program other leglslntlun yes tciday prevented Its discussion Jn the liouse tlie independent of fices appropriation bill stilt was thn orrier of business measure LJ j rcoels from the iilalahad district were wtVod lo hn rushing towm Klblll d TL share in the jool Perfect orIer vis aid to prevail m Kabul with foreign legations mis sions and Institutions guaranteed nro tccfion by rebels whose attilude to ward Iho foreigners Is quite friendly TfJKX TO PAGE 1 COLUMN fi vhlch provides funds for I bo host of h the offices bureaus ami ngeneics not in rebels lor jurisdiction oC the lciartrinnN headed by oatlnet mcmhc provocative of warily nHfs idiiabl of zeltcs weather instruments failed GlubcUa oiich the wro mark Clouds tho sun Tfriday morninff and anow threatened TliinsrJny vras n cloudv lay Tliursday euslomiry March vacation Many of tho leftislatori relumed to their home for the weekend Uoth sunalo and house recessed yes terday after hearing Gov I0im Ham mllla third fnausural address Tho trovernors reception ad dancing en livencrl Iho statehousc last night dur ing tho Inaugural ball Newly weds Confess to Stealing 12 Automobiles OMAHA Nchr Jan JS rested at Davenport nonald c Mar tin 1C and his bride Pearl 15 have confessed stealing 12 automobiles here since Nov 1 police said Joo Lee Negro who was shot in the in by Mrs Caraon Davis as be ittempted to enter her homo 1517 oon wasyreVoiTC J ly at the Park hospital Friday nornine Ills condition wIU not bo artous unless infecllon sets in doc Mrs Davls was placed In county a following her arrest by police hursday afternoon Her plea was Hat she was afraid Lee wouid attack r as ho onco had TCO BCrvcd a of nine months hero about a ear ago o na charge of assault to do Rreat bodily injury At that time he Is said to have ntlicked Sirs Davits with a knife sllshine her neck her arms and her abdomen Served 5 Years Following his release from jail ie was thot to havo gona to Milwaukee and had not been seen in Mason City until Thursday morninp when ho suddenly appeared at tho door of the home Accordingto records Lee wns sen term nt Ana at Ihe iilicrlffa office lenced to a five year mom in I3SI for breaking and enter Doctors at Ihe hospital rllsigrce as lo iho weapon lhat was used in tho shooting Rome oc them declare the picture shows thr wound made hy a soft nosed rifle bullet that flaltened an It slruck the bone Oth declare it was made hy a charge of that grazed his face ns it was Jrc from close range A shot gun a recently fired shell wan ound In the room by police who do eared thit tho hole thru tho glass anpl of the door and the screen ap TliKN TO IAGE I COLUMN 5 of Soldier Is Follow ing Normal Course Says Physicians 7an is lochs physicians issued ths bulletin this morning There is a slisht iinprnrcinnnt ii the condition of Hie heart ami liid neys The marshals illness is following a normal course which his doctors em phaslzo must necessarily bo slow Professor Jauhry gave the marsVal thoro overhauling which ho said reassured htm Tho heart Is sound Naubry said Thcro Is nothing to fear from that Booth s Foe Drops Dead After Speech Court Injunction De lays Vote on New Leader discussion because or the vnriut subjects touched upnn To Jiinsiiler Koy The seijite osMf from thn work pinnned on the cruiser bill alto had arranged bile in the lay to retire Intn executive to consider th noln IIal ion if Roy O VSVI ot Chicago u secrelijy of Interior Somo opiiosltion develotiert to Mr West during voccnt hearings Iwforp a senate cuimnltleo and there v err nnTcations of a rontlnufinco of thin luring tho deliberations of Ilia sen ata itself Tlio committee boUi iiousca nr had arratiKcd to take up a wide variety of subjects chief tlicse being a continuation nf tlio larlff ro vision work by the ways nnd nicnns committee of the BOOTLEGGER IS GIVEN LIFE Fifth Conviction of Liquor Law Violation Meted Out to Michigan Man MAXISTIQlK Midi Inn IS A life term In the siile POJMHI it Jackson was tho penally moled out lo Tonv Jiiuirh violator ly fiiciso Iferbot nunnels here today Ilunnels said the rentrnrr ivas mn ory under thn provisions of le habitual criminal cnic w is f liquor offcnscn five times previously Slanlins Iieforo Ihe bav ir the stu leme was pronounced Ianich mar1 ned and thefather of five hildren broke anil Kthled Then he led back to his Jail cell 1 En Jan IS Co nun iss lone names vice president of the hicli council of he Satvati amv session here dropped Head to lUKht At Ute conclusion of an emo lional speech before Uie council wlucli Ihcti considerini fie election of n successor to Urani well Bootli ilnimscd cenera Cum imssinncr Jiaincs crumpled ami fell ilcnl Jan 18 U slain on gouil BH llninly hern this aflernoon that tho name f HIO hili couicils HIIUCM as nencciiimuinilcr if he Salvation jinny miglit an nounieil Ibis Tho ciuncil had not been notified he injunction grntiled n don Diis word was given onf I ONDOV m well IJoolh was credited Brain d with show i ing i disposition lo accept his re Li reI as c1l Snivaiion army lodiiy as the higli cuuncil asscinhlcil 10 llOWr bi KuccfSSOr The family WIM not known to jmvn lakcn any legal sleps lo ccm t the TOuniTs deposition uf Ihe gen rral ifrmnl ourrcs 1lirvcil lial thoio would none The lending cariliilales to siirwd Ihe generui wrro hw siller Coiiima rr ViinKleiir heid of the anny m Ihe irniiixl Slales and Commission I 1 IllgBhs chief of siirt ar lrnitinal lieadqnariers in London I It wns reported domlnarir fac tion would have TUJtN TO IAUli I COLUMN 6 j ChinaJapan Tariff Agreement Reached TOKYO Jin IS rorelgn minister announced to the cabinet to Jay that an agreement had been reached In tariff negotiations bolwcr i hina and Japan Japan Is the lait of the Bowers ng interesli in China to reach iBrecment with tho nationalists on arlff Previously United rreat Britain Francs Germany and taly amons other nations had granted 7hfna tariff autonomy AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen The only lime I ever heard Pu swear was one night when he slopped out on the upstairs porch to Ivick a cat off the roof an it was a brick it u   

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