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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 24, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION gVOL XXXV ETVT3 CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS ILEASBD WIRE HEPOBT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 24 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 92 RESCUED FRIGID SEA fAIMEE CASE IS IG FACTOR IN RIAL OF JUDGE legislature Asks for Re cords of Famed Mc Pherson Story OS ANGELES Jan 24 of flclal revival oC the socalled Almee emple McPhorson kidnaping case forecast here today after It bc fcsaino known that all documents relat nT to lier mysterious disappearance Nearly 70 Bills Before Iowa Assembly nearly three years ago had been ord ered brot before a legislative inves tigating commit tee The committee is under call to meet here day to start an in1 qulry into the ac ceptance by su perior Judge Car los S Hardy of the Los Angeles su perior court a check while eUe was facing charges of con ng to defeat justice by telling a story to a grand jury about her jJuich discussed disappearance The committee is to determine T tho filing oC impeachment against Judge Hardy is war Dropped by I5ar Association Judge Hardy was dropped from the membership of tiie Amerl Ber association because he uc the money has declared that ihat it was fen for legal advice which he had rofevred to her over a period of He declared that Jt had nothing to fio with the conspiracy charge This Leeusation was dropped by the then llstrlct attorney Asa Keyes on the that here insufficient Ividenee to convict Keyes is on trial lie re at present on a charge of bribes from defendants in oth crimiiml cases 1 grand jury which indicted also was s aid to ha ve he a rd TO PAGE I COLUMN 6 KING SEEKS THRONE Begins March on Kabul to Unseat One Time Waterboy PARIS Jan 24 ishatilsUiiis dethroned monarch was Ijclieved in Afghan circles today to be on Kabul to deal with Hah TtMlilah Khan usurped the throne J from Amanullahs brother Inayatul li Anianujlah recently withdrew his Inbdlcation nml began to rally his sup nortcrs at ICanitaliar whence he had riled when his throno tottered North Iowa Roads Open for Traffic Rise in Temperature Brings Another Fall of Snow Busses Running Thursdays rise in temperature brot wilh it another fall of snow jvhlcl started here about 9 oclock and con tinued thruout the forenoon With liardly any wind to propel ttiein tile larao flukes were tailing nearly straight down aH over tlio cityv Tho airy nalura of tlie snow whlel was falling mado It a potential troubli maker for road commissioners as slightest wind could pile it up In rail road and highway cuts to tho demor allzalion of traffic Roads All Open Reports from tho county engineers office were that all primary roada and most county roads were open in Cerro lordo county The road to Meservty and the one west ot Kockwell Llic only ones that wure tliot to be closed Tho highway commission reported that all of the main hiKhwnys in tlii district were open The heaviest snow was round to have lieen east oC ford In the vicinity of Osage and west Manly The roads in these were cleared late Wednesday how ever Plows were out in Cerro Gordo coun ty County Engineer R B Robertsol being determined to keep traffic open Busses began to run Wednesday afternoon after having been kept off the highway all morning by the ir tense cold andbad traveling condi tional Alibusses were running Thnrfl day morning company officials re ported On no railroad running into Mascn City train more than 40 min utes late Wednesday morning ticket agents and dispatchers reported Most of the railways reported nil trains running on time Chicago Rounds Up Legion of Gangland Suspects New Corruption Rumors Break Out in Oklahoma PREDICTS LABOR RULE IN BRITAIN Lord Rothermere Sees Re turn to Mac Question Methods of Ending Former Impeachment Proceedings WHITEST DES MOINES Jan The whitest January since the local neither bureau started keeping re cords Is in prospect this year Tlie snov which started falling early this morning Is due to continue Into Fri day Charles D Reed government meteorologist said and will set a record In excess of the 154 inches which was established in 1912 Tiie blinding snowstormforced an Irmull plane of the Boeing Transport oinpany to land on the outskirts of cs Molnes this morning away the severe cold that has cost 11 ivcs In tho mlddlewest wag todays ivomtse to storm bound atotos suffer ne tho worst rigors ot ths winter Sufficient enow to make footing se ure was forecast for Chicago while a rising temperature to from 10 to 25 egrcea above zero was predicted absence ot snow here waa In ontraat to ths Intense cold and heavy TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 3 IOWA FORECAST Unsettled Thursday nfglit snow in and centra portions cold er Tliursdny nijIit Friday partly fliiuily colder in southeast nnJ cxlrcnio cast iwrtioiis LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazelle weather figures for 1 hour period ending at oclock a m Thursday Highest Wednesday 1 Above in Nipht n Below At M Thursday Zero Try it Snow January it seems la trying to seo I lioxv horrid It can bo After the mer apparently was started up tha tcolumn Wednesday therewas a halt at about zero and Thursday morning when most of Mason City was rousing from slumber snow began fallng Iy 9 oclock a realistic storm was In jnogress Tlie wind apparently had shifted from east to north WEATHER KILLS 11 CHICAGO Jan 24 northeast winds will blow BUDAIRST Hunpary Jan 24 Lord nqlhevmere olio of the moat In fluciUtal British newspaper proprie tors predicts a return power of the labor government I Great Bvlttiin at Ihc forthcoming general election In a messago to the Hungarian peo ple Lord Rothermere says that this result in support oC Hungarian contentions that tho treaty of Trianon be revised He urges Hungarians to have pa tience in regard to the boundaries set by thnt treaty with the allied and as sociated powers MANY DEAD IN CHINESE TOWN Communists Attack Village but Are Driven Away SHANGHAI Jan 24 newspapers today said that many per sons had been killed and wounded when communists attacked the town of Chwangying on Monday evening Chwamgylng lies 30 miles south of Shanghai near Hanchow bay A well organized band of 200 com munists carrying banners with hammer and sickle device and armed with rifles and pistols attacked the town Tho attackers singled out police sta tions and then fired the town killing 30 Inhabitants Seventy Inhabitants were wounded A woman SO years old waa burned to death Ijiter the band came Into conflict with Chinese volunteer police from neighboring towns There was fierce fighting for 50 mlnutefi during whlcl machine puns and bombs wero used Twenty communists were killed before the band was driven off ChinaJapan Trouble May Be Settled Tokyo Points Way to Re moval of Troops From Continent NAKKIKG China ijaii 1M Preliminary efforts tor settlement of lending differences between Japan ami tho nationalist jovernmont of iliina arc now going on It is stated hero that Japan pro posed to the Chinese government tliat f the negotiations are opened Japan later will voluntarily withdraw her troops from Shantung province upon guarantees being given tliat all antl Japaneae governments in China arc suppressed and Japanese nationals are protected the main stumbling block to a ChineseJapanese agreement has bean Chinas refusal to open negotia tions until tlio Japanese forces actu ally were withdrawn Chinas reply to the latent advance from Japan have hern a declaration that they must have first have an ab soluteguarantee that Japan will evacuate tihnntungr In tlio most gigantic sliowup ever staged by police criminal suspects havebeen paraded before hundreds o holdup victims for identification Photo shows the sliowup at police head quarters ii CliitaKo wliere the suspects many with iHilico rec ords were made to file along n platform under flood lights wliicli prevented their sceinK tlio audi ence BUDGET ROADS GAS TAX TO BE BROT TO VOTE Secondary Highways Would Be Under Con trol of Supervisors BULLETIN UES MOINKS lati 21 Frank J Tltwell of loivn Jily wan indorsed tot appointment to lie slate board of education in a resolution presented to Governor Hammlll today ly the democratic membership ut the state senate and house of representatives The governor will gnaii appoint two rtcmocratic members of the hoard of education onu to succeed Claude Porter if DCS Mnlnes resigned when lie becuine n member of ho interstate com merce commission icorpc T Baker of Davenport democrat is mi for rcapnuint ment OKLAHOMA CITT Jan 24 Interest in Oklahomas involved legis lation investigations which already e led to impeachment charges against Gov Henry S Johnston and iiis suspension todayturned the aenafe Investigating committee room where there appeared the prospect hat a witness would reveal he source of newspaper reports nnd rumors of corruption in connection vith tiie sudden dispersal an nt empted impeachment session of the egislature last winter The name oc the witness which has jeen carefully guarded was given the committee by II Tom Klght Carter county representative and a leader of he antiadministrative forces Ho In dicated the man might be ablo to give he committee some tangible clew up on wliieh to base its inquiry Question Senate Action Tho committee in this Investigation inquiring into the conduct of its larent body as it was the senate that emiinated the December 1327 ses sion when It held that the house had icted unlawfully in convening itself Tho senate refused then to support purported impcachtnent charges against the governor tlie subject of bitter attacks almost sinco ho toolc office in 102T Determination to call the mystery witness to testify came at the close of TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 3 ASK DEATH IN Case of John Vaueghn Is Ready to Be Given to Jury BURLINGTON Jail 24 structions to tlie jury in Uio trial of John Vaueehn charged with slaying Max Shepler on Huron island in May 1327 were to be given when court ppcned this morning Testimony was concluded yesterday thestate asking the death penalty and tlie defense claiming the crirno committed in self defense iVfler tho jury gets tho case a Jury the trial of Take Zippe indicted Jointly with lected Vaueghn will be so FORMING GIANT STOCK COMPANY Van Sweringens New Cor poration to Be Made Up of Railroad Holdings NEW YORK Jan 24 P nnd jr J Van Swerlngcn wcro re ported In Wall street today to bo or ganizing a jiooOOOooo corporation to hold railroad sloclta owned by them It 13 understood n public offering of securities will bo made The Van Siverlngena hold either personally or thru VanNess nnd com pany controlling stock In the Krle Nickel Plate Chcsnpenke corporation PercMarquettc nuttitlo Itochester and Pittsburgh and iiossibly In the Ciicaapcako ukio FROZEN RIVER HELPS RUNNERS Crowds on Bank Watch Liquor Being Run to Detroit TORONTO Ont Jan 24 portunities afforded liquor smugglers by tha frozen Detroit river were de scribed by the Toronto Globe today as follows Six Indies ot river Ice Interrupted ly less than 100 feet oc open water roliplcl with the CicL that Sunnier C Sleeper cliicC of tbo Detroit customs patrol and i dozen of his men had thrown up their jobs presented to the rnni trafficking fraternity an oppor tunity which they have heen denied for many months Taking advantage of tho situation the snuigglers speeded production and by usinff small automobiles sleiglia and even old fashioned tobog gans succpcded in transporting an un determined quantity or liquor and Canadian beer to Detroit and Its en virons Tlio operations were carried on boldly nnd In tho sight of hundreds of spectators who lined the shores to watch the progress of the scores of caravansover the frozen waste Tn several Instances small cars were observed hitched to boats with steel runners which whisked them across in express time When the open stretch bf water was encountered the boats wereutilized Further down the river the Ico was solid all tlie way across and Hie boata wore dispensed with On ho Detroit Bide largo vans labelled furniture and express were observed speeding auiy from the riv er wlttiiu a minutes nftor a bad Iniukd There wns no attempt at Interference at any time so 1ar as re ported SOVIET WARS ON TROTZKY FACTION 150 Followers of Former Leader Arrested by Russians MOSCOW Jan 24 at HUpporteis of reon Trotzky are In tiie reel army the commun st party lias declared relentless war o end counter revolutionary activities Trotyky once powerful as loader tho red army la now In exile in R sian Turkestan One hundred and fit ty of his followers have been arrcstt n Moscow and other parts oC Russia and subjected to strict isolation A statement published In behalf ot tho communists accuses tlie Trotzkyltcs ol working In the red army and referring to it as their army for the coming revolution The Trotzky supporters were alleged to be preparing for n new civil war lnst tho proletarian dictatorship nnd tho snviet union Tt was ehargei that Trotzky had published a Ktatcmcn Hie effect that tlio present soviet government was Kcrenskylsn turned Inside out SUSPECTED RUM RUNNER IS SHOT Fleeing Mans Car Piles Up in Ditch After Officers Fire STISLLA Mo Jan 24 Scott a farmer sUspcctcd of boln was killed and Afra Kva Jcffries 3S Stella wns Injure last night when officers fired 01 Scotts automobile which they attempted to stop The car went Intc a ditch nnd wrecltod Anothc woman who was Injured fed th scene before her identity learnet Tt was not dolor mined whct Scott was killed In tne crash or h punsliot firo There were several gut shot wounds in hta boily The officer said aovtral gtilions of liquor wer found in wicckago Will Rogers YOKK Jan lirtiU to get money out oC the senate ii anything but for politics clay the democrats bet Mr lloovor of the peoples money that JJD couldnt entovce prohib Lion They arc yo ing to put the whole thing up lo him by say give you plenty oC money to it That would bo just like asking those whv they n o t a 11 great stnlcsmcn pay OPI enough WILL ROGERS to be statesmen on AVatch it Yours P S Some woman lievc In court yesterday snid she had for whether she shot her husband or not Suppose she Intended to but just sot busy on something import ant nnd forgot tt Copyright 1029 By I KAUTACK Tress Stuff Writer DES MOINES Jan 21 Iowa legislature settled down to routine work today with nearly 0 bills elthci before committees or awaiting consfd eration on the floor ot house and sen te The sehato yesterday had measure to legalize a special election fn Ogrden Boone county Several big pieces of legislation are ilready before the They nciude tlio budget appro rlatfon bill a bid to rcdistrict the senate two to increase tho gaso liie license fee to cents a n niaslice to consoJidHto tlic road system under the juris diction of county boards of oupervis irs and providtng a moUiCMl oC fl lanclngrthe same nnd a bill to create SENATE AGAIN BEGINS DEBATE ON CRUISER BUL Threat of Filibuster Against Navy Meas ure Ends i WASHINGTON Jan 24 wwm I tuclt assurance that it will not bo a new banking board of lit members TURN TO rAiiE I COfjUMN 3 Morrow Will Continue at Mexico City Ambassador Will Not Suc ceed Kellogg as Secre tary of State MIAMI BEACH Iia Jan 24 W Morrow is to return to be torpedoed by a filibuster tiie cruiser bill was before the senate today indi cations bcins tliat it would not be put aside until it is votcil upon Jhcro waa no assurance however that tho proposed measure would go thru without havfner eomc oC its pro vistons shot away Opponents of the bill ot whom Mcnator Morris of Ne braska is A leader plan to attack the provision requiring a Lime limit of three years for construction and they also want tho K cruisers provided for rrdueotl to 1fl or Tho bill Is an administration meas ure but ono that the presi dent has made lint the provision niiirinpr a Unio limit of tluec yoars for sliins ifi oppuscd by som of the supporters of the htll InciuiliiiK Chair man Halc ot tlic Hcnute naval commit tee Itil o Conference WASHINGTON Jan 24 Mexico City soon and remain as with t amnatc approval and san SAILORS FOUND AFTER SEARCH THRU DARKNESS American Captain Makes Second Thrilling Res cue in 3 Years NEW TOHK Ian M umphant for a second Lime in Jt battle wHU tlio sea Capt Fried of the United States liner Amor was headed toward poit today with the vesuucd crew of the Italian freighter Florida scnrd full crew kluriun Tolal Chief Officer flurry Manning tfi 1irge Whole westerly gale IjiCe ats lost Details later These stacatto sentences or prieds message to tho United States ines last night told the essentials of the happy ending or a grim Urania of the wintry Atlantic which opened when the America began her 35 mile race with death Tuesday His Second Rescue The meesago recalled a similar com munication sent by Captain Fried al most three years ago to the rtay wUon 10 told oC tlie rescue ot tlic crew ot British freighter AnLliyic against heavy odds ot sea and wind Driving bis ship thru the welter ot midwinter storm and taking bearing on the disabled ship by means of a radio direction finder Captain Fried steamed more than a day and JL night on his mission of mercy Am standingby the S S Florida The long vigil kept by ah ore radio stations to learn tlie outcome of the raceof the America to snatch S3 men from the Hunted fn Before that there had been frag ments of messages Indicating that the Vmerfca was feeling about in the dark ness for Florida with the nervous antenna of her search light The Americawanted to know It tlic rmweary crew of tho Florida could ce the beam It Wrts three hours later hat the liner located tho object of ler search As the searchlight of the America ias focussed on tho Florida so was ntoroftt In the contest between men vnd tlie clementw focussed on tho tla and her fate when It been mo laaador for an hnlcrttiitcs period iccanio known autiioriiiillvely today iCtcr he had conferred fur two houry with PreaidentKlect Hoover This is in accord ivtth tlic atnbassa lors own desire and nso with that cC next president who has a high appreciation of tho work tho former internationally hanker Has jccn rendering nt Mcjrlco City since its personal drafting by President Coolldge VVorlc Is Unfinislicd Time and again since Hoovers Uon Morrows name lias appeared fn tho goasip as to the possible appoint ment for secretary of slateto succeed Krank Ti Kcllosrs who nrrrmscd lt vellro from public life in March 1 Howovrr the ambassador in ATexJro understood to have Inlion lite posi lion that his work it that country nnfinishod and L similar review of the situation has been credited to the pres identelect by thoso who liavo con ferred with htm recently After his conference with t he nrx t chief executive at Hello Tslo as the T C Penney eslito is Mcr row declined to make any ytalenicnr to newspaper corrosporiiferits Ho TV leave liere tonlRlU for York will return to Mexico in altoitt two woekc Ready for Fishing Tho ambassador wis Hoovers caller riuiJnp tljo flrenoon After his lepartnro the presidenteject prepared to leave by aiitnninijiln for Key where he will hoavd the yacht Ami tie for days of fiwhintj in tlio Florida Keys and of llin jLlf stream about 30 miles below Miami Steps havo been taken to keep the presidentelect secluded durhip tbo fishlnp excursion probably wll be concluded Into Satimlny the firwL deficiency ll today was un its way to confer co OC thn two principal amendments one provided for prohibi tion enforcement the other would make public hearings by treasury de partment committees on tax refunds involving more than J10000 The fund to aid liquor Jaw enforce ment was voted Tuesday but tho tax refund amendment was not approved until Into yesterday only a short time before the state roll call on the defi ciency bill It was R compromise from nn amendment offered by Senator Me Keller of Tennessee which would have taken the refund cases involving TIJKN TO IAftH lt COLUMN I TURN TO 1 COLUMN t CHIC AGO GIRL IS FOUND DEAD Resident of Neighborhood Sees Man Drag Woman Across Street CHICAGO Jan M 2C a clerk was clublwd to death and robbed a block from her on AVcst One Tin ml red Twenty third street as KIC was rclurniriR from work last night Her slayer escaped Thonly wns Mrs a school teacher who said she heard a siiTs scrcnn and looked From her window in time to eee man in a dark overcoat draqginer womans across tho alrcet Ap pnrently frisrlJienoil hy ha sound of tho window Mrs Ilanley raified tlie slayer released his hold on the botfy and fled Physician found Miss Bucliliolr liad been struck twice over the head Her clothing wns not torn and thorn no other wounds Her purae nnrt hat were WATCHMAN KILLS YOUNG ROBBER Couple Attempted to Hold Up Employer in Kansas City Kans KANSAS CITY ICnns Jan i iTPj shot to lcatEi nnl an other critically injured lie re Ins t by the HJ year old Negro witch of i it my store which they held W the vnlchiiian nho uly bad hcvn hold up by thti nib shot Iheni both thru the riftlit lungwhen hey iiroccodet to hold u tho prop dolor and customers in the store Ioral DuHoLs 22 died 5ucm aftor ward Kitlpb T Tnhor 10 was not ex poitid ti livo D11 Etuis tMvrled a re Fall Pnups Fatal vulvoi wbiln Taliloi nscil n RAlTDS Jan 2t risc an jnrloa rcceivei when be fell from a revolver thrrobbers Ito rfUl hoxcar cansctl the dnath of T j liini but morely urdeucd aon 1C a railioavl carpenter him Lu LULII ovcv AUNT HET By Robert QuilJen Sometimes I I was rich an then again Im glad me an 1a wont leave our children notliin to liatc one another about   

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