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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR i APPROPRIATION WILL SOON BE OFF CALENDAR CONTINUED FUOH PAGE 1 ot attack by democrats in the hous led by Representative Garacr o Texas Of the senate committees the inter state commerce committee continuec Its hearings upon the bill to regulat the bituminous coal Industry with rep resentatives of tho United Mine Work ers before it as principal witnesses That labor organization has Indorsed the measure MELLON DISAGREES WASHINGTON Jan 23 tary Mellon again finds himself in op position to legislation pending in tho senate The senate had before It today Sen ator McKellars proposed amendment to the first deficiency bill which would Place the settlement of tax refunds In excess of 10000 with tho board of tax appeals rather than the com missioner of Internal revenue The lenate also had before it Secretary Mellons letter in which hegave his Helped at reasons for opposing McKcllars pro posal McKollnr In a speech on the pens ing amendment said that the treasury is the sole arbiter of claims and de clared that this opens the door to un limited returns and makes It impera tive that tho discretion of the com missioner of Internal revenue be sub jected to revision by another body Regarded us Favors In his letter Mellon asserted that the Tennessee senators proposal seriously affect the tax law machinery would increase the work of the board of tax appeals and would turn that board into a body havins lurely administrative powers These tax refunds McKellar de clared Including credits during tho ast eight years have amounted to be ween four and five hundred millions a year They are in the nature of fav rs sianted special taxpayers Those vho are on tho inside know how to Set the returns Tho way It Is being conducted It s really a species of graft obtained n secret bartered for in secret the loney paid in secret ana with senate nd house committees flouted when iey ask for Information Secretary Mellons letter sent to Chairman Smoot of the senate finance ommittee had not been mado public t the time of Senator McKelbrs poech but in It No proof aa been offered to show any improp r payments nviivil ON APPOINTEES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 Walt Three Tears There is no evidence of maladmin tration corruption of improper prac ces he continued There Is nolh S to indicate that the present ma mery is not functioning smoothly and with adequate protection to the Interests of the country Why then when It has been determined that a taxpayer has paid more than he ought should he be compelled to wait three years in order to have his case re viewed by a semljudiclal body The real issue Is whether the in come tax is to be administered by the executive branchof the government In accordance with every precedent and every sound principle of Jude 5Z JV3 toub8T turne1 over to judicial branch I have no hesitation leCJlnS that Ule Ialter spells tlte complete breakdown of tho Income tax Any tax that cannot be administered save by means of IWa dCClSi0n Cannot E Pinkhams Vege I table Compound is a wonder I tul medicine at the Change of I Life I would get blue spells and I just walk the floor I was nerv I ous could not sleep at night I I and was not able to do my work I know if it had not been I for your medicine I would have been in bed most of this time I lancThad a bis doctors bilL If j KKWKawouIaOirfy tafcfr your I medicine they would be bet Anna weavery F D No 2 Rose HillIowa Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound ydt Pinllam Mod Co Lynn Plan Funeral for Former Politician of Chicago in West LOS ANGELED Jan 23 neral services for Daniel Patrick liealy 66 former Chlcagirpolltician and parttime resident of southern Cal ifornia for the last 40 years wure planned for today at St school Anaheim Cal Healy who died last Sunday at An helm was active in social servic wortc Amono boys In Catholic school slncffcoming to the Is a son Dan military director of An aheim schools The body will be taken to Chicago for burial terday would expire June 30 1S33 In the event that the Benson bill would Pass the legislature in its original rorm the term or the banking superin tendent would expire on passage and publication of the act ana a new su perintendent would be appointed by he enlarged banking board First of Long List The appointments by Hammlll were the first of his largo list Other an pointments including four members of the state board of education bud get director a member of the state parole board a member of tho state board of control ana state labor com missioner are expected within a month eonate received another taste of Lieutenant Governor McFarlanea Dawes program when he announced that no requests for roll calls would be honored after a mptlon has once been put The ruling is designed t save much legislative time A report of the secondary road com mission appointed by Governor Han mill will be made to him next Tue day the commission today advised Hammill will submit it to the legisla Lure The legislative machinery got off t a good start today with nearly 50 bill n tho hands of committees Action o the floor of house and senate is ex pected before Thursday Royalists of Bferlin Cheer Former Ruler Crowd Hails Son of Formei Crown Prince as Heir to Crown Flan Shi Tournament SUPERIOR wisjan 23 tween 30 and 40 sltl riders of the northwest are expected to participate in the annual Superior ski tourna merit next SUTIday CLAIMS NEARLY HALF OF PROXIES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 dcnds cash and stock Tou may bo sure that Mr Rocke feller has the interests of all the stockholders at heart and that the one hot of the proxy committee which he leads will be to use Us voting power so as to insure the continued prosper ty of the Indiana company but under eadera who will have the confidence of the public We think ot this contest as anpp porlunily for the stockholders of the Indiana company to clean house and to show tho public that th9 owners ot one big business will not counten ance In their representatives such a course as that followed by Colonel Stewart in the Continental Tradinc company transaction and In his ap bef0r8 the senats Stewart Not the Founder In another letter promising a stock holder continuation of the Past divl dend policy Debevoise wrote In con was not tne founder even ot the Standard OH company of Indlana our It will be more prosperous rather than less so after ho has gone The Denver Post says that B G Seubcrt president of the company and i backer of Stewart has been in con ercnce with officials of the MidWest terming company a subsidiary of the ndiana company on plans for a vlg ious drive for support of Midwest jMochholdeis N Jan 23 Wil helm eldest son of the former crown prince was hailed as heir to tha Im perial Trown last night by 2000 roy alists who gathered to celebrate the forthcoming seventieth birthday of tha former kaiser The meeting wojj held In the Krlegerverelnhaus undr the auspices of the Aufrechte Stead fast organization Lieutenant General Waechter as chairman welcomed tho youns prlnte as tho one upon whom tha crown the Hohenzollerns liafl descended The audience rose and cheered Prino Wilhelm in a sack suit was slttimj In the Iront row He rose and bowed frequently Tho audience cheered again as chairman scored the German people for Ingratitude toward their for mer ruler Reads Former Kaisers Message There were tears In ilia eyes of many as the chairman read a message sent by the former kaiser from his exile at Doom May the spirit of the Aufrechte so permeate the whole German people that tho way to freedom ana Imperial glory may be clear Three hoclis for the exilo re sounded thruout the hall The former crown prince wag not present and none of the speakers re ferred to him He did not send greet ings altho his brothers Oscar and Au gust TVIlhelm did Prince Ettel Frled second son of the former kaiser was present During an intermission there was a rush by the crowd toward the front of tho hall to set a glimpse of tho Hohenzollerns but a cordon of husky men Immediately formed around liem Only Few Sec Prince Only officers In uniform or persons an Impressive assortment of mod Is were allowed Inside the circle to Teet the representatives of imperial ermany RJchterReichhclm in that former soldiers of the empire were still bound to the kaiser bv thvr oath to the flag After almost every speech the ai dienco sang some expressing yearnln for the kaiser pledging fidelity t ilm or castrating the present repu lican shame of Germany AUTOTBAlFIC IS PARALYZED BiBLfUKRD CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 w hiW Wll Ik FRIDAY REPORT CONTINUED FROM PAGE I Chicago and suburbs shattering win dow panes and smashing signs For virtually the entire middlewest he prediction today was severe cola with the prospects of little re ief before Friday ONE SHIP LOST YORK Jan 23 stormlashed Atlantic today was be loved to have claimed one ship while t reared mountainous seas against he rescuers of two others in distress Search for tlie British freighter eesbridge with her crew of 30 was bandomied when rescue vessels coutd nd no trace of her SOO miles east f Cape Race Newfoundland Fighting a slow passage thru the hove to at hips struggled toward a position 800 nlles east of the Virginia capes in response to calls for help from the American tanker Danncdaike and the Italian freighter Florida with about 60 men aboard Boat Lost Rudder On the bridge of one of tho rescue ships the America was Captain George Pried hero of the rescue of the crew of the British freighter Antinoc threo years ago The other two headed for the disabled vessels were the Pres ident Harrison of the Dollar line and the German freighter Torck The Florida was the first to send an SOS saying hep rudder was gone ind her lifeboats smashed A few min utes later came the call for help from he Dannedalke She gave no details of IBP trouble only saying she needed help at once Her position was about 50 miles from that given by the Flor Ida Tho Tessbrldjre bound from Fowey EngJaml for Philadelphia sent out an S O S Sunday The freighter Jfalne of the Atlantic transport line respond ed Reaching the position given by the Teesbridge Capt J T Hutchinson searched in vain for the ship or her lifeboats then resumed his voyage yesterday The account of his search was sent to the line offices in a message Resumes His Voyage Departed from track 10 p ni Jan uary 20 In response to S O S from Teesbrldee which was In latitude 48 31 north longitude west Arrived there during afternoon of January 21 Search has been unsuccessful Have not heard anything of Tcesbridso 30 a niJan 21 when innfl tlvo atChes stove stokehold flooded and using emergency wireless Resumed voyage today Jan 2 The first call from tho Florida m tercepted by the Radio Marine corpo ation said rudder gone heavy seas need Immediate assistance A few minutes later the Dannedalfcp y re to your assistance was sent by Capt Guthrie of tho President Hfcrrl by Heavy Seas r 5 P the hcard the nedalke asking the President Har 50 you ometi night Bear up was the reply Indication of the slow progre Captai Gu seas practically hove to because of bad Vfuino A H Supreme CLEVELAND Jan Z3 Rev Dr Jason Nobto Pierce believes President Coolldge has the knowledge of national affairs and possesses an nnaltylcal mind and legal training that should take him to a place on the supreme court bench Dr Pierce who has preached to the president and his family for eight years at the First Congregational 17 Representatives Are Guests of Coolidgd WASHINGTON Jan 2S f en teen members of the house Includ ing Speaker Longworth Majority Leader Tllson ana Minority Leader Garrett were guests of President Coolidga at breakfast today at the white house C C Dowel of Des Molnea was Included IAGERLY BOUGHT because of its greater value The motoring public has found something m the new DeSotoSix that sets it com pletely apart from others in its field It is not surprising that a car so beautiful comfortable so powerful and responsive wm so safe and easy to drive should find a ready market But it is significant that even such a car should set a new sales record for the in dustry during the firat five months of us existence The answer must lie in a widespread public conviction that the genius and resources of Uirysler confer upon De Soto a standard of value that is unmatched by any car of comparable price SU tjacto E W LARSON CO ONE BLOCK SOUTH OP POSTOFFICB not arrive until a m Trains Late TrfJn 6 the fast train ot the M and St I due in Mason City from Minneapolis at j m passed thru Mason city sometime bo tween 1 a m and S a m Wednes day postal clerks said It waa routed from Mason city to Hampton over n due In Ma son City Wednesday morning were running more closely on tlm8 and none was more than two hours late The freight train on the M and St I stuck between Mason City and Hampton finally succeeded in getting drl a m Wednesday Fotton t4S Etpanol tt4ss Sedan Cache Citpa Biuiaau Sedan Cup S Sedan de Lvjo W5 All factory ACHRYSLER MOTORS PRODUCT Six TWO FUGITIVES ARE RECAPTURED Trio Breaks Out of Sing Sing One Prisoner Still at Liberty M m F ank Hawkes ions tern prisoner s eacaped from Sing pri30n neht captured today at Phillip Manor two and a half miles from the prison Tho capture of Hawkos left only ne or the escaped convicts at large lerv n Tga 25 Now nerving 20 yean to Ufa for raurdar Roger Evani 22 New York under sentence of 10 years for robbery was 3 lBht after the Hawkes 30 years old Brooklyn was rt t0 years for Wery l m wound ln hl3 m I cted when Bumis ffrc1 on oVZcT they WCnt an Warden Lawes Eald the prisoners had escaped by hind over hand along a cabla from tha bake shop to tho prison wall then holstinjr themselves to tho top by means of I ropo of knotted bed sheets A posso of 100 guards and officers was searching the countryside In the vicinity of the prison for Price Guatemalan Revolt Leaders Are Executed GUATEMALA cm Jan 23 leaders of the revolt In northern Guatemala have baen aum mariJy executed by srovornment orcea The number of those who wore turcd by loyal troops and faced tho rlns squad was not announced Troops wore pursuing today tho re bels who held Quezaltenanso for a short time The rebels fled before the apprach of government troops taking ssht public ana Private with them The BOvernmenl stated thtt thn up rising had been totally NAVAL OFFICER HURT IN FALL Idahos Lieutenant Says H Leaned Too Far Out of Window ATLANTA Ga Jan 23 WLleut s IT unt us th9 u S S Idaho was in a serious cond tion in a local hospital today as the result of a plunge from the seVenth to tha second floor ot a hotel Four bones of his back were frac u red Ho toM officers h9 ost Ms balance ho leaned out of a window His homo ia San Diego Cal Crystal Laiie Harvest on CHVSTAL LAI03 Jan ice harvest Is on here under direction of C Reed and Hans Iverson The Ice houses in town are being all filled and some towns are being supplied ice being shipped to Woden and trucks are also carrying ice across to Britt t MUUC u Thursday Specials FreshJHerHng 3 for 25c d Picnics Sirloin Steak 28 Neck Bones TOASTED COFFEE EVERY DROP DELI CIOUS THE LGF NOT THE HCL E have a theory as to the origin of most of the family are gents at breakfast It isnt the C L but to be brSv rratiL OT uc urutalLy HVh r f fT n aS everVone knows is just plain tu ssiaasr hes been doing for a long row of yearssince away back Civil LCFs plain English name if Lack of Coffee however Sad a good reason for existence because up to now the ordinary method of roasting coffee could not pre vent the loss by evaporation of a considerable percentage of the mellow richness placed by Nature in each bean of green coffee and essential to the creation of true coffee flavor Noshs Hermetic Process by a new method of roast ing checks this loss of flavor and makes possible an actual econo my in the amount needed per cup You will find that Noshs Delicious Coffee will banish LCP from your home and help greatly in the daily battle with old H C Sting Pr   

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