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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Ioways Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER copy ASSOCIATED PRESS B REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FINAL EDITION HOPE FOR PRESS AMD INTERNATIONAL NLJWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 98 SLAYERS FADES House Passes Measure to Change Method of Voting Bonds FLOOD OF BILLS FILED IN SENATE TOTAL NOW 107 Mrs Pendray Makes First Speech in Legislature Wins Applause rjES lUOINES Jan 31 vote U oC 64 to 37 tho Iowa house or rep resentatives today passed tlic Shields Hopkins bill providing that no propos ition to authorize an issue of bonds by a municipality shallbe deemed carried or adopted unless approved by 60 per cent of tho vote cast The measure applies to all bond is sues by counties townships schoo districts cities towns and local boar of commissions Asalnsttho measure Ttepresdntatlv Carolyn Pendray Jackson countv Tnacle her first speech in the legisla ture Her address tho brief got a rjpplo of applause Mrs Pendray In sTsted that tho bill was contrary zt rep resontalivo form of government whie contemplates rule by a majority The house also passed the nulleds bill 00 to 0 legalizing the incoipor tfon of tho Plymouth Clay Product company o Fort Dodge 107 Kilts in Senate A flood 0C bills in tlie senate locla hrot tho total measures Introduce In the upper house to 107 Chief among tho sonalo proposal was thatbyJ O Shaft for a const jrovltilnj thu Brookhart and Reed in Verbal Tiff Over Bill to Construct Cruisers Peace Treaties Wont against incom bin Another measure by Senator ShaC provides that terms of members o the state board of licnlth shall lie years and expire in rntatlon Senator Clyde IT Toppings bill re n Hiring prisonmade noods importer Into tr be plainly marked niaTe iti promised appearance today It is the third measure before the senate on the subject of prison manufac tures A bill by Senator A IT Berjfman or Newton seeks to perfect machinery for enforcement of the gasoline tax law and requires a bond to be filed by gasoline distributors as a pie retjuisite to license and a protection to the state Bennett Has Bills Senator O P Bennett oC Mapleton offered four now bills One adds to tho list oC officials qualified to re ceive oaths all stale agents am spe cial agents diily appointed hy the at torney general or the governor An other makes transportation oC Intox icatlns liquor into Iowa a felony pun ishablfe by two years In prisoti under state law A third provides that pris oners mny leave county Jails only In Iho custody of sheriffs or deputies and then only for labor or for treatment by physicians The fourth permits sher iffs to grant the privilege ot carrying wnipons to nonresidents properly TUKX TO PAGK J COfAJJIN 1 mmj Bullets Missouvian Tells lowan Jan SJ Whcn it came timo to take up cruiser bill again today many sonaios werestill thinking of Senator Iteeiis yesterday in support of the measure ami ot the reply ot Senator Brooldnirt ot Iowa Aside from the speeches themselves hero was the fact that Heed demj crat Missouri retires from public lire at the end of this session and his ad dress may have been the last IB J which bo called Into play the wit command of vigorous phrases tht have given him fame as an orator Pcnco treaties will not arrest bill lets Keod declared wars of today aro no longer wars ot valor but ot chines valor halt armed cannot ioitr MRSJCORMICK IS ASSAILED BY ILLINOIS WOMAN State Legislator Cites Bossism of Mark Bannas Daughter 111 Jan 31 Onewoinau politician was under Ore another En Illinois tixlay as Lot Where Byrd Discovered New Island and Peaks slst valor full armed Hie opinion of Hie llolinun ONeill slate tho world is determined by tho poiivo spolio her mind about clcs of other nations ami all are i I annas Jlulh Han armed Sanlc Obsulcfo Ships rtcfcrrlns to tlio Washington naval armaments conference of recd I said tliat tlic United Slates agrccil lu i destroy worth of tiio nelect na Mcloniiiclc from Illinois Her personal ambition for powci hroolis no interference said Mrs ONeill who is serving her fourth term in the state loglslulurc She has no personal foelins nsajiwl me but is obsolete ships Ho also referred lo tlio arinamcnts ot oilier countries several limes in nuhlk ifriirs inMit corse ot his address but declarcy polilicSi uul lnac sllp that ho bore no country ill wil VL lt lcr llulv to tllo CJlU to but Ho urged that since they wric reniiljlliari women against tlio I nrhups be rcj bul that she eluded need said that in faceof vicepresidency of the Illinois Rcf expejt opinion that cruisers were vital IuWican club iVlany udinmlsi to a fleet even senators hail sent np Iration Icarlera appentcrt perturbed al contrary namely Ixcar Ad miral Rrookhnrt JlnjoV General Brookhart Chief of State lirookhart I ChicC ot tho Air Service Brookllart I I I M I Coniinanclnr HicharcIB Bynl lira begun Ills exploration of Aiilnrclirn In l rccoul fllKlit liver Ivinp TI hc lisicovercT i JslnniJ and Il peaks Up per picture niton nrnr Iho south pole is lypici territory over bo flew Bclmv is Hie used in his exploration Tiing Kilivml uf lie Will Rogers Says YORK Jan President Coolldge wants the cruisers votel for during his adminlslrntion and paid for out of Hoovers budget Mr CoolidgB is going tp have his budget bal ancccl when he yoea out J C has to give somo I O US Senator Borah wants a confer ence to docHc your rights on the seas during a war in which you havent vt Into yet WaL That is Just like holding a con vention to discuss the rights in nocent bystanders during a fight between police and bandits Tie only lias one right and thats the right uf a decent burial Yours AVI Mi AIRMAIL PILOT JUMPS TO SAVE LIFE IN STORM General Opinion ct Mankind Prook hart General Voice of the World XUttN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 5 her action but did not comment Mrs McCormicIc became a target for attack vvlicn Mrs ONoill was re fused tho chairmanship of the house committee on education being offered instead three minor chairmanships ivhieh stie refused Ill take no chairmanship at all Mrs ONeill told David Shantihan speaker oC tho house and Cov Louis L Emerson who sourfit to heal the breach The hand ot Ruth Hanna McCormicIc has balltcd me at every Ed Loose Gets Life Sentence HOOVER DELAYS Plows Clear r f 1 has balltcd me at every f 1 Ct trO tlnn ln1 ot only me but JL JLlidli VV Ct y O i very other woman in the party with i leadership possibilitier Latest Snow rive Inch Layer Fails to Stop NAMING CABINET Already Saffe Traffic Thruout North Iowa JU Raising a boy is no easy task LIGHTEN by watching the antics a typical one McGinnis AGKIIEAYFNIEW ODMI11C Youii see Miiggs daily in this o Paper BEGINNING MONDAY au additional iLtycr oC snow to ctcju snow plows thruonl Ninlli owa were on tlm eary Jilnstlay morning primary roads in Ccrro Gordo ounty iiad been covered by Hi lows licCoro noon wiillp plana lailo tor another ronniltoward evcn S if tho wind persisted in rilling up 10 track again It was stated at the rtico oC tho highway commission le samo attention to tlic niattdr ex isted In other North Iowa countlM rive Inches of snou fell cvcnine and thru tc nislit In the rural sections it had drifted some but tho snow wag soCl and fluffy and did not hold up traffic oven before tlie plows were aljlu to cover tlio lifeliways The nig blower of tlie highway con mission which went from Cerro Gor do to Hancock county was in Woriii county Thursday clearingthe primary roads Tho tcrnperatiiro made another prc clpltous drop duing tlie night anri touched IS degrees below zero Tle snow and tho cold caused trains to drop behind on their schedules In I have served four terms and Jc served the recognition soughf for me I was advised that there was no opposi tion to as chairman of the educa ion committee I pointed out thai tho chairmaiitflij waw ffoing beting among the men of the house llnallv it was given Heprpsentalivc Sorter Strom oC Strcalor who has been labor representative and who knows there TURN TO VACK 3 COIUMX 8 Weal iVfason City trains were from one to Ihreo hours late In Alason City a large crew oC men and trucks were at work clearing the snow from the downtown section both Llio tractor loader and hand shovels icing used MORE COLD ON WAY DES MOFNI5S Ian 61 Jary in poinjr out wllii a final attack upon lonr record Towa lie government wcatlicr bureau here predicted today H will lie the coldest night ot tho winter it said the jner cury falling under tho 10 below zero mark Forewarning of the was slvrn lant night The thcrniomotrr foil lo Iwlow at Charles Cily I below u f TtJiN TO IAGK 3 COLUMN 3 I IOWA FORECAST GnncraJIy iir Thursday night and KriUay siimouhrit raider in extreme east linrtiim Tiiursdity iiJKhl not so cold n west am piirlunis Friday LOCAL STATISTICS woatlicr rig u res for 4 liour ticrlod ending at S oclock u m Thursday t HJKhest Wednesiliy in Above Lowest in Nipht At 8 A SI Thursdnj 12 Sriowtnll 5 Inches Irceiimitlon 2 of an Incli January came in like a lion it re mained like a lion and it went out like a lion There were np lambs connected with the month In any way Know totaled 25 inches for the 31 days and 21 ot the SI days had n minimum temperature of zero or low er The sun was shining again Thursday mornnig after Wednesdays ullday snowstorm but the wind was out of tho northwest and the weather man was talking In terms of colder yet Thursday night nrrr List Wont Be Announced Until After Inauguration March 4 Jiy JAMES IWICST Associated 1rcss Sluir Writer LONG Ma Ian 81 Hoover intends to withhold announcements or his cabi net until after his in auguration on March 4 Ms selection of tlioso who arc to make Up his official family may be presented to the senate In a special session which will be convened im mediately after the Inauguration cere mony on the east front oC the capltol While Mr Hoover Is keeping his own counsel as to his advisers some of his selections are expected to meet with opposition Suggestions that he will continue Andrew w Mellon as secretary of tho treasury have pro duced threats ot a fight in the sen ite While tho general Impression corf inuca that Assistant Attorney Gcncr il Donovan will be the attorneySener llr there is as yet no confirmation of this by Mr Hoover himself The same ipplles to Secretary Tardine who it believed is slated lo be the secre tary ot agriculture in the Hoover cab net Mr Hoover was ready this morning o start on his second angllnsr expedi tion for sail fish and otlier big game fish in tho waters off Ixng Key In the yacht Saunterer Tlje result of his first days battle will not lie i known until late this afternoon when tho Saunterer is due to return to her anchorage Murderer Is Behind Bars Burlington Man Had Con fessed to Killing His Wife DEFICIENCY BILL BEING DEBATED Discussion of Prohibition Fund Was Also on Program WASHINGTON Tan 31 rojiuliEEcui leaders in the house prcpnnxl to Mend tiio fivsi Jan to that iJinioIure bill IOOHO today vas in tlio atatc was delayed at lliu outlet todays I fury tit Fort Madison where lie iiuijti scsKioij by dolmto servo a life sentence for K laying it nsitcil toMniit dubuto to wife Itazct JOOSR ycalcrthiy on a charge of scouiid uc reii iiTurdcr The maximum sentence was on Uie vccomniciulatlun of County JIL Lomcy IT r Ofelt who Eald tliaL In his opinion the grand jury wns len ient in indicting for scconj dcyrre murder Ioose hud conTcsscd lliat on Uic Hlght of Sept 12 last lie choked his wife to death tied a lowel around bcr neck then placed her body in nn jiulo mobile and htd it in rt patch or Ihtrooi on the banks oC tho Mississippi river Negro Is Convicted SIOUX CITV Jan A vor Ufct of manslaughter was rilniiicd by district court jury Tcwis Collins 1G Xcffro who filially shut s Rewell 21 liroe Injure Ilits provided n cliaiire for members express llieuiHolvos on llio 000000 onforco merit amendment added tt llio bill by Iho scnutr Tho for reconciliation difTorctices liotNveun Hie as firsL tissnl hy the Jtoiisc and is ly lhr seimtr Mini i cuimniltec oC iuoniljers from bulb brinrhcH Cruiser nous I ruction rrniainod thr subjcrt of Ncnaln dobatc fTonfliclini vJows ns nsijrl wojO HOIIIC of tins best spoalers to Mifir feet The import nf llic special prisons Jri vrstEsathiff rracned the house Tt rornmincndcd OOILI rncl ion oC new penal fustituiions nnrl aiouM ODK nf n rnojins of lane VYfecJ Lands in Safety Near Davenport DAVENPORT fan SI air mall services had lost another plain today and the Caterpillar club had gained L new member Jbnoiv and Ice bane of all flyers threatened to beat to earth Pilot Jack Storey and bis plane flying at an al liludo ot 3000 feet near here last iiltfht so Story leaped with the para chute release cord clutched In his fiu rH His flight toward Chicago from Kan sts City was a continuous tiglit against tho cleinctlta until the welgiit of ico formlns on llu wings forced iifm to abandon the ship Over Davenport storey encountered sneivvand a minutes M er lie juinpc after first off Ilic motor lie was taken to Molina III by aiilomobik Slorry who lives in Kansas Cily is Jl and maiTicfl Tho Cltoipitlnr club of he has bcconn a mernljer by reason or having nia3f a paraihutii jump from n mail plane frl Rongetti Ranieri Judge Near Nervous Breakdown in Hospital CHICAGO Jan 81 Rob crt IJ Gnntzcl lias been ordered to a hospital for complete rost following a breakdown Induced his physicians saiJ by the strain of Hie Itanicrl kid naiilng and the Kongcttl murder trials Judge Cientzel piTsiricd over these inlfl within a month TJolli were narked 1y of intliniiliiion and in llio Ranicil trial Jurtac Uciuacls life was tlireiUencd REWARD OUT FOR GIRL KIDNAPER 600 Persons Join in Hunt for 10 Year Old Indiana Child IK HAUTE Ind Jan o hundred neighbors of 10 year old EIIlh Jfay IJIjrdovf were rc fruitcd to join tho already urbanized posso of 500 men jn search for the girl today At a mass meeting of IV rx1 Haulo cltl7jns lust night a reward of S50D was volcd for return ot the girl deirt or alive Tho Torre Ifaute Tri liuno lias offered a reward of for caplnro of her supposed Hellcf Is prevalent hero that Ilic Uiorilorf girl missing xinoo Sunday MIIOSO iilnixlstiiiued yltrlnl ruml near Pnxlur InI was Hie vkilm of u k in jircspnt at nonllcnliarle Tile liousc uiivhiut ninriiin om tniLlcn began a olosii Krrutiny of the federal radio commissions grant u Utn rumpany of Buffalo V V of all available short wavo frojueticies for domestic radio coniniiinlivition Tho waya anfl means committee meanwhile linued consideration of tiiriff rrvisiiin Colton iiiiiniifnuturiii iiroducts were discussed ii membership Col Charles A Lhul COURT REFUSES TO ORDER STAY OF EXECUTION Mrs LeBouef Scheduled to Hang Friday Afternoon NEW ORLEANS Jan 31 United States circuitcourt of ap icals today refused to slay the ng tomorrow of Mrs Ada Bonncr 1e Boiief and Dr Thomas IS Brehcr The governor rmnouncca at Baton louge today tliat ho had reviewed thf rase citrofnlly and did not intend tn afce any further aclion Thn exccin tion is set for tomorrow between noon ind 3 p m This left a commutation oC sen cnco by Governor Long as the only iope oC Ine woman and physician con demned to din for slaying James T LeBouef tho womans husband July 1327 Previously Hie governor lias rn usort to commute the Kcntoncea to lit ihpvisonincnt which had been Iccotn ueiKlcd by the atato pardon board Un Icr the law the governor can oxccute or Ignore the boards recommendation A habeas corpus writ watt request ed on the ground that the defendants accused of murdering James J Lft Rauef the womans husband had not ueen granted a fair and impartial trim as guaranteed hy theconstitution Af fidavits oC two hirom setting forth thai they had been swayed by publir as3ion were presented to JuOgf Borah in support of tho defense attor neys contention Tha writ was roauonted on ground that the defendants accused ot murdering James J LeBpuef iinioed ly tho constitution nf two jurors sotting forth Umt they iirl beon swayed by publUr vero prevented to Jin IRA Korali In support the defense attorneys con on tion Application was iirulo for thn daboar orpus writ after tho Attorneys lial irovrd unsuccessful Jit obtaining n tay front tlio United States supremo ourt on ground a present C the prisoners NOTRlCElF MISSING GIRL perfume Salesman Insists Verna Klink Jumped to Death in River TlARUISllUHG Pa Inn S IT The ircfilloii HiJSfliJHrnina river amt tlio uiicotiuininiiNilivo lifts or Bowman prvtumo salesman Harry today withheld proof of ho disappearance of AllSa Vcriisi Wink Investigators concluded that thn rivpr was more lilicly to hld evidence first ami plans were made COL dyna miting tlic stream T Jan 31 sealchins for several hours Iho nlanoj nt lo from which Airmail Pilot Jack Slorcyj llcnh m hc cavcl to mfolv rtc a successful parachuto jump a tl nmlit located riluMU milmslit linn oh Ruth McConnell of TrainsCountry Love Flight Fame to Wed 1 ril To iy perliapff f Huth McConnell c ni olis art and iinjslf student and ICen netli V Coulter IS ciifton KiHinse Y Kul Hie mystery which Las sur roiiiKfurZ Hieiiroinnnec since ncccm bcr when nc prlrl fje from Koilicster Y to Kan Fianeiico by train mr snoiT in an alrpfrinn by Tr O Meeker uho jippiirently was eounnii sioned ly Coulter jiorsiMel nil wlit iver wtildin plaiiM iliey may were kepi secret i a flelil north of hero Tlio jilann fell Knit n mile from where Storev In rid I Tlio 170 pounds of mail removed ind Iho pilot spent tlio night in 1 ictci liLir lie will leavo fur Kansas Cily todiy iltlio HID plane was not fondly dnni it was covered wi h FL heavy I hi nf fco ind fiumv When the ship to tilt in the blinding snow storm aftrr Storey liid lost liin lcar tiiffM he deciJed to jump lie paid to unv 2 SAILORS DEAD IN SHIP BLAZE Docked Vessel Only Slightly Damaged by Fire Check on Missing Crew TICRSKV crrr N j jm i Two men if Hie rrcw of Iho 1rcsuient Jolinson of tlie Dollar strinishii lino lost their livex early this inornins when a fire lirolfp out in tllo forcciibtlf nf tlin ffleanicr dollied at the foot of Tivilfih street Both hollcs rave as yet unirtentlffeil One a junior eiisjinwr lout his llfo when after making his way from I he hnrning niinrtcra ot Iho new ho went hack to retrieve his miff The other was hnntcri to in Ills where lie slept The mjloriiv of the was made nji of Ill hiif rnt hc nvo vlciliLis hellcvoi be junior officers were white men to produce lho boily to sup port 1 of murder against th salesman as tliny had planned thr Uco thot oC malting a charge or hiphwny robbery to bnllc possible hcaa corpus procecillngs rharse wnnlil bo Ijaseil upon stato rnonts thrtt tool alKtut 1000 from aifss Kllnk AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Pa still thinks that Jones feller will pay him what be owes for groceries but I seen him buyin a new horn for his flivver   

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