Monday, January 21, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 21, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY AL VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 21 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 89 SENATE CONFIRMS ROY 0 WEST i i i 1 L A i j u L Tnnl Chicago Police in Record Clime Drive Arrest 3000 DRESS CLOTHES CROOKS AMONG ARREST VICTIMS Every Known Hangout of CriminalsWas Raided CHICAGO Jan 31 Three thou sand persons were arrested be tween Saturday nightfall and todays dawn In one oC the most sudden wide spread and successful police drives in the history of Chicago Raids were conducted against every known habitat the gangster gun man and robber Where doors were locked doors were smashed open The theater district swarmed with plain clothesmen seeking tho dress suit crooks and police patrols were booked for hours ahead BO swirt were the arrests The drive was Police Chief William Russells answer to a week ot crime marked by 102 robberies in which lour persons were stiot uuafi anil sev eral others seriously wounded Twothirds of the citys force of 6 000 policemen wpre kept on double duty over Sunday to insure the suc cess the drive Visit Every Joint Rfjuad leaders got their orders from DeputyCommissioner John Stege In these words nt In thistown Is to be injunctlpnB If b an ait and chop ourwajr In drab every crook with A record that you sea Dont bother Lpizinjs booze Leave the working man and respectable people alone Raid the night clubs the theaters the hotels tho beer flats I want every crook in Chicago in a ceil by Monday morn ins JBesidos the raids police had ran dom Eqnrula at worlc everywhere mak ing arrests at street where they might come upon persons with police records op who were un able to give satisfactory accounts of themselves AVith every police district In the city participating arrests were made by the hundreds every hour In many cases officers and their prisoners wait for hours on tho street beforethe arrival of a patrol to transport them to the police station Plan Special Several names often found in po Ifcarecords were listed among the persons arrester nltho so far as was known no wanted mar of especial note was taken The full result or the drive remained to be scon at the spe cial showup11 today when those or rested were to he paraded before tho victims of recent holdups and robber ies for possible Identification One Incident of the drive wan the nrrest of Illchard Klein l and James ifurphy 28 said to be menwlth sen tences at San Quentln penitentiary behind thorn Klein and Murphy were holding up two plainclothes detectives not knowing they were officers when a raiding squad arrived and arrested them A close watch wni kept on theater crowds police following the theory that underworld leaders would pursue their usual custom of attending open Inff nights Nathan Bunk Goldberg TURX TO PARE It COIAIJIN 1 JOICE BOYS SOUGHT BY SHERIFF P C PETERSON GEOKGE EVENSON Tiro yoiitifr men from Joice P C Peterson and Gcorgo Evcnson aliovc are still fccing hunted ly Wortli county officials In connection wltli tho robbery of a bank at Hague N Dnk Peterson escaped from tho Worth county jail These pictures were taken at tile thna the young men were brat to Masim Cily to ftice bad check charges At tho time it is said Jity hnillietnccn S700 and in currency on their iiersons 81 Passengers on Ship Fast on Reef Removed President Gar field Will Rogers NEW STORK Jan Hoover leaves the employment bu reau today for a much needed va cation Tills tifne on a goodwill mission to Flori da to personally thank them fo their excellent Judgment shown In tlie republican primaries o n Xov 6 last Train stops are only scheduled thru the old rock ribbed republi can states of Virginia and North Carolina where they wll take on enoupn WJLU ROGERS provisions to car ry them thru rtbcl territory Any applicant from Pennsylvania thar clunt receive a cubinont np poiniment will that they have occn liexctl Tours Copyright 1020 Aground Off Bahama Islands VpW1TORK Jan 21 81 passengers transferred to another ship the Dollar liner president Oar flcld was hard agrountl today on a coral reeC in the Bahama Islands The passengers with their baggage nd the ships mall cargo taken y the PanAmerican to be landed at assau Bahama Islands today Tile TailAmerica wont to the as istanco of the President GartieM hen tho ship sent out an S O S call 25 a m yesterday Tho distress call followed by wireless messages the Dollar liner was aground n the Matanllla reefs at tho northern Ip of the Bahama Islands Announcement ot the safe transfer of he passengers 12 hours later was by Robert B operating of tho Dollar line hero He lid tho officers and crew of the Pres lent GarEIeld numbering 1M had1 re lainert aboad their ship which was ot taking water and was in no imme iiato danger Tivo Crafts Sent Out When the SOS was received a naval ug put out from Charleston S C nd the wrecking tug Warbler was ent from Jacksonville Pia Upon re olvingword the passengers were safe he navy department recalled its res ue craft The wrecking tug contin icd to the aid of tlio stranded ship Messages received hero said the ransfer oC the passengers was effect ed wjthont accident in a calm sea and ad been completed within a short imo after tho arrival ot tho PanAm rlcn When Capt T P Quinn of the Pres dent Garflclrt sent out his SOS the anAmerica which nearly 200 miles away headed for the position of ha stricken ship arriving alongside n micJafternoon Tito passrngere wore loaded into the resident fiarfloMs life boats and to the rescue vessel Both Hie President anil tho anAmerica left New York last Thursday the Dollar liner starting on world cruiseand the PanAmerlcn on her regular run to Xrifisait The passongers of the President JarfJeld officers ot tho lino eaid vould be cared for at the expense oC he company nt Nassau until arrange ments were made either for their re turn to Xcw ToiU or for the continua tion of their trip Second AcchTcnl in Line The President Garfleld is a twin screw Fleet steamer built In 1021 She was originally christened the Blue Hen State She is of gross tons 02 feet oneincli length and 72 feet beam Her sister ship the President Adams of the Dollar line went aground out side Crlstobn hreakwater at tho en trance of the Panama canal Jan 31 Tho captain of the President Adams was thrown into the water and swam to shore to summon help The pas sengers were faken off by the s California The AdnmR was pulled off the reef nnd was put into drydock at Balboa for repairs Improvement of King George Is Continuing rOXDOX Tan JI was of flolnlly stated at BuotiinRhnm palao this morning thit the progress In Kin Georgos condition noted In tho JAWORSKI PAYS WITH LIFE FOR SEVEN MURDERS Pennsylvania Bandit Is Put to Death in Elec tric Chair BELLE Paul ROCKVI13W PRISON FONTB Pa Jan 21 Jaworski bandit chief and confessed Iciller of seven men today paid with his life In theelectric chair for Mie murder of L L Gumn payroll gunni Jaworski was strapped in tlio chair at 7 a m nnd was dead at Calvin 0 Tames Bucks county murderer fpllowed JaworgW to the chair The first current wag sent coursing thru his Ijody at 710 Jind lie vas officially dead at James WPS convicted having murdered W If TJunstan Doylcstown bootlegger PRESIDENT OF MICHIGAN U IS TO QUIT OFFICE Disagreement With Re gents Is Believed Reason AXX AHBBOR Mich Jan 21 It waa learned authoritatively to day that Dr Clarence Cook Little one or the youngest heads oC a major Ann crican university will resign aspres ident the University ol Michigan tonight The resignation Is understood to have jcen prepared for presentation at tho monthly meeting oE the boart of regents Members of the board speaking un fflclally said they had not been In orined of the resignation but that It robably wocld bo accepted If offered tonights meeting Reports that Br Little would re gn have been current for several ays Disagreement between the pres dent and resents over administration ollcies and friction with alumni or anizatlons havebecon advancetl as robablo reasons for the predicted ac ori To Continue Research Work The resignation would take effect sept 1 but It was understood Dr Ittle would reciucst a leave of ab ence beginning June 1 Ho said yes erday hehad been offered no other ositlon but it la known he has under onsidcratipn a plan to continue his re earch work In cancer under tlio Hock feller foundation Dr Little aroused strong antagon m and equally vigorous support soon fter ho came here from the TJnlver ity ot Maine In September 1925 y public advocacy oC a sane form birth control a ban on student use t motor cars denouncement ot the o called blacklist of tlio D A R and ttempts In several instances success il to Inaugurate new educational letbods His administration has leen termed paternalistic becauso of his close upervisinn over student affairs ISan on Motor Cars The environment of carefree II CANDIDATES FOR SALVATION ARMY LEADERSHIP CONFESSED CRIMES PITTSBURGH Jan 21 Taworslcl was a notorious bnnclit lead er and confessed killer oC seven men In his younger days he was known as TURN TO PAGE 11 COLUMN I Inst bulletin maintained NORTHCOTT TO QUIZ HIMSELF Chicken Ranch Slayer Is to Take Stand in Murder Trial niVERSlDB Ctil Jan 21 Gordon Stewnit Nortlicott today preparinp himself to tnlco tiio witness stand In Ilis trial Iicro on clmrges that lie sTew Lewis nncl Nelson AVins and an unidentified Mexican youtl on his chicken ranch near Tliverstde Ill put myself on the stand nnc ask my own questions Xorthcot said after spending tbo weekend por r over law books He has hecn act ing as his own attorney since dls missing thethrco lawyers repre sented him at the start ot the case Several times Nortlicott hns frustrat ed hy technical menns attempts of th prosecution to gpt cviderre heforo th jury Nortlicott said he expected to ocnu py tho stand about three daya uncle direct oxaminatfnn and that lie n subpoenaed to witnesses for tho de fense The state was ncaVini the end o Us case today More scientific evidenc In tha form or expert opinion as t the origin or lilts ot hones and hai found on tho ranch remained to u Uy prosecution ancially vagrant Imitative youth hlcli characterizes our large uncler racUmte groups ho saia in his ugural address docs not fairly pres nt problems of nutomobiling liquor r sex ns they will have to be mot In ater life With these facts In mind It Is lofii al and I believe imperative to Insist lint some other locality besides our chools colleges and universities be Re acted as the battleground of social nd sex adjustment Xo taunt of Im iroprlety need be chanted by the vir uous Tt Is merely a matter of com non sense Tn support of that theory he i ukaso against campus use ot motor TURK TO PAGR It COLUMN 2 JURY IS ASKED TO TAKE HAND IN MILK FIGHT Thousands of Pounds of Product Spilled on Roadside Wea IOWA FORECAST snow prolmblo Mon nifiht nnd Tursrlay slightly uivincr in sontlicnst porMons mill rnldor m portion Mon day niiieli colder Tciesdny Mllli cnTd in northwest por tion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather flprurcs Cor 24 lour period ending at S oclock a m Monday HlKlmst Similar Foucst 5jj NiffJit At A M Mmuluy For like period ending 1 ni Sunday Iliplifist Saturday Ixiwest in NlRlit of Snow The pnst three or four days have hrot just the type of weather that Xorth lowans have cometo expect from January There has been no meltlne Neither has there been any terrifying subzero extremes Monday mornlns was as beautiful ami InvlR orating as one could obtain by special order Jan authorities today demanded grand Jury investigation of the dairy mans strike that menaces Chicagos milk supply There wore several reports of vio lence by armed men of the dumping of thousands of pounds of millc and of the mixing of kerosene with in 11 EC Dr Arnold Kcgel Chicago health commissioner has asked the states attorneys offtce to Institute grand jury action leaders oC tho striking milk farmers said they would welcome it Chicagos milk supply yesterday was 100000 quarts under normal yet distributors saSd they had been ahlo to supply all demands A shortage as great or greater wnn predicted for todny Asks Fund Dr Kegel asked Mayor Thompson for a emergency appropriation to bo used In employing chemists Ad ditional chemists are needed the com missioner said to keep a 24hour staff available for the testing of milk and Car the protection of the citys health Almost the entire supply of one largo dealer was found polluted by kerosene The pollution blamed by distributors upon the strikers who ace lemanding a hundredweight In itoad of distributors are paying A department of Justice agent ixpcctcd today to begin an inveatlga Ion United States Senator Otis P Glenn told officials of the Pure Milk issociation In response to their plea hat he ask that department to inter vene in the dispute Dr Isaac Rawl ngs director of tho state department of health also volunteered services of iis department Additional producers Joined the strikers ranks yesterday as violence ecanie more widespread Deliveries in plants of the two latest dis tributors the Howmau and Uorden latry companies have decreased daily Driver PiiUnl From TrurU John 13 Staney was set upon by 21 Above Aliovo 5 Ahovo at S oclock 8 Above 7 Below Commissioner Edward EvaiiReline Booth and Commissioner David Lamb right are candidates for the post of chief of the Salvation army following the action oE the high council deposing Gen lUannvcIl Booth Commissioner Iliggiiis is acting head of the organization pending selection of a new lender seven men armed with shotguns near TUKX TO PAGE H COLUMN 2 HARSH VERDICT TO BE APPEALED State Supreme Court May Be Asked to Review Murder Trial Action Taken to Forestall Courts Move Salvation Fanwly to Call Off Legal Pro ceedings BULLETIN LONDON Jim 21 tion proceedings brol Iiy Gcnernl lirannvcH Rnoth were ndjcmrneil until Friday when Iho case raino ni clinnccry court this iiiff Ttio cniporary fnjnnction hfcli restralnftd tho high council of Ihe Salvation anny from electinp a successor to ieneral IJooth will continuo in effect until the next LONDON Jan 21 has bean made to Mrs Bramwell Kooth to halt court procecclinss by which her husband General Booth hopes to re tain command oC the Salvation army despite the high councils decision to oust him Lieutenant Co wham oC the South anipton area ono of tlio oldest am most esteemed divisional officers sen a telegram urgingtho Booth family to desist from proceedings He sale such proceedings are contrary to the Scripture nnd to the armys own regu lation which positively prohibits set tlement of disputes within the army by recourse to the civil courts The court proceedings alienated the ym path ies of the four commissioners vho hud previously supported the ause of General Booth This wlth rawal of support was attributed espe cially io the attitude oC Catherine Jooth tho generals daughter by the Dafly Express today paper luoted an unnamed high official as saying Wo arc amazed because she repeat Mlly assured members of the council hat no lepal action was being1 taken To the kwt moment before the adjudi cation whenever any reference was made to legal proceedings Commission er Catherine assured the council that nothing1 of tho sort was contemplated It was a great shock to everybody when the Impending action was an nounced Tlio reform group sal3 that General fjooth himself as late ag 1327 laid down the regulation forbiddingSalva tionists to go to law with other mem bers of thearmy on pain of dismissal from the army SPECIAL TRAIN BEARS HOOVERS TOPENNEYHOME Writing of Inaugural Ad dress Next Task for PresidentElect CHICAGOAN GOT EXACTMAIORITY NEEDED TO WIN Jpper House Leaders Fear Filibuster on Cruiser Bill WASHINGTON Jan 21 exactly he twothirds majority equired the senate today onfirmed the nomination f Roy 0 West of Chicago o be secretary of interior The vote was 54 to 27 and he senate then voted not o make the roll call public A change of one vote against West would have rejected his nomination The opposition to liim was based largely on his former stock holdings in the Samuel Insull utility interests and was led by Senators Nye of North Dakota and Morris of Nebraska republican inde pendents The nomination had been ap proved earlier by the public lands committee of which Senator Nye is chairman by a vote of 9 to 4 West is A former W ASHJNGTON Jan 21 ATLANTA Jan 21 G cargo Harshs fight to escape the electric chair to which he was sen tenced Saturday mny be carried to the state supreme court Whllo attorney ot the youth who was convicted o first degree murder for the shooting ot Smith drill cleric made known few details of their plans It wns Indicated an ap peal fov a new trial will bfi mndo be fore Judge K TJ Thomns who pre sided at the trijil niay be If this move failw the carried to iho sitjworm court Hnrsh was convicted of shooting Smith to death during a holdup lust L0ct 18 f dentElect Hoover turned Florida today for his final journey from tho national capital before n takes up tiQ rotns of the govcrnmen on March I Altlio lie has completed since his re turn from South America a busy fv weeks of study of the questions faelr his administration Mr Hoover ha another task preparatory to hia In Juction Into office ns tho nation chief writing his augural nrtdress iio is uudei stood to have drafted most oC Its in a jor points this speechs preparation probably will occupy of his during tho Florida visit Stuy at Penney Kslatc For heir stay in tho southern state Mr nnd Mrs Hoover be at the J C Penney estate at Dcllu 1 Innd Traveling from on special train they wiU bo welcome upon their arrival nt Miami tomorro afternoon by Governor Duylo ar other state officials who also will company them to tho 1cnney estate The presidentelects parly Include Dr Hubert Work chairman oC thrj r publican national committee ivh will accompany him to Florida Mfs rinet LarKo ot Muscles a nice ind Lawrerico Tliclicy his pcrnon assistant and Mrs Kleboy Jnnic Francis Burke of Ilttsburgh otinsel of tho national committee In the campaign also was invited ti mako tho jouriioy but will slop nfT at Palm Beach to spend a few weeks Spent Quiet Sumltiy A corps of newspaper correspon dents rtlso was with tbo nariy Chief among tho topics of discussion flaringhlH two weeks ton iV fences in been his enbinet bui Mr Hoover tinder pvosrnL plans is not expected to formally announce any members of bis official family un til Ills return to the capita late ncxt month when another round of meot tnps with party loaders will be hold A quiet Sabbath was spent by ihi nrcKidfintcleci on his day in Washington Former Land Bank Officials Indicted ST PAUL Minn Jan 21 Paul A Preus and Thomas O Ofs tlium former treasurer and assistant treasurer respectively of the federal land bank here have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of criminally conspiring to misappropri ate more than of tho banks funds mittee He was appointed last August by President Coolidge to succeed Secretary Work Filibuster Move On WASHINGTON Jnn 21 senate closed Its doors nirnln to lay to consider tbo acceptability ot Uoy O West of Chicago aa secretary of tbo Interior but aullo another topic ongnRed those In tho cloakrooms and outlook for tho long cruiser bill tlio recurronco oC filibuster rn inors republican leaders talked over tho advisability oC tho cruSser measuro priority over appropriations Irtlallon which usually has first call Tho house already has a good atart with these routine supply bills and today found it disposing of TnisccUon 1Scalendar lumlnuiw Anionp pro sals approved and sent to the sen ate was tho Vinson bill to ragulate cotton futures transactions Committees on both sides worked ahead tho house appropriations reporting out a SHLiiHOOO contribu tion by tho f ode ml government toward District of Columbia municipal ponscH Its way ft1 and means commit too heard arguments for raising tbe smrar tariff and v houso veterans sub committee continued trilling toMiimony on tho proposed J 0000001 vetornns hospital hill Opposilicm to tho mea sures for roKulfilifjn of tlm bliuminfjufl coat 1 ndnstry WUH voicwl tho ffiinto tlimiiiitteB with consideratirnt Joe Lee Recovering From Gunshot Doctors State Too Tuop TSOSLO who WTUH shot In tbe horo Thnrsilay he attempted to Miter tho home of Parson Davis ITilT Xorth Quinrty avonno Tluirsday is said lo lie toward rrcnvery at tho Tark hospltnl whrrs he is frM UavK Is bo nor hold In tbo county jail without ENGINEER DIES WHILE AT POST Firenan of Train Near La Crosse Takes Over Throttle BED WINO Minn Jnn 21 Slrlclton liy njioplpxv TCuRpnc Mtvv Siv K1W1 in Mpvirnn I MnnMiiolls onslncw collniwod at oix Miiea m iviexican tliroulo of a spccciis Miiwukec Poijtical Fight Report mnil trniriyn JIKXrCO CITV Jan 21 WA at L h1slltnl Sniulpy patcli rrv ll Universal Htntc of clash ffftni Apurn FTJI six AUho piirtlalty prualyvcil Mny pro tested against Riving up Hie tliroitlf been killed In a political tn IIIH firoman John McUonalt rlcotlon MiiinrfifUjJis who brot the irntn u a fiRlitlnp Listed for nn hour stop IIPTR am tnolt Ihn cnsinopr to wore reported from scvoral j tlio hospital Ihn train was lieluocn m jLaCrosse Wis und the Twin Cities j j AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Ella lias trot the kind of religion that makes her love the heathen in Africa an hate folks that is close enough to keep Iicifrom bavin her osvn way about nvcrthing