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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES XXXV GENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE 2 1929 FINAL EDITION OMAHA AX Iowa Legislature Given w UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL NO 99 FOUND GUILTY Third Plan for New Districts JOB WOULD BE IN CHARGE OF SUPREME COURT Patterson Hits at Any Change in Income Tax By I C KAKTACK Associated press Staff Wriler MOINES Feb r L trictjpg ot tho Iowa state senate the supreme court instead of the uncral assembly was proposed in a resolution offered in tho Iowa legisla ture today by Representative Byron Allen of Pocahohtiis county The measure is the third on senate to appear in the leg islature this session The others were offered ly Senators C K Andereon if StratCoril an G W Pattcison of FJuil and Representative F w Nel ion of Story county Allens reaolulion merely strikes from Section 34 of Article G of the state constitution the words general assembly where it appears and sub stitutes tho words Towa supreme court making the action read Tlic scnute shall bo composed of SO members to be clecfcd from the several senatorial districts established by law and at the next session of the Towa jsupremc court held following ot the state and national MORE CRUISERS MEAN NEW WAR NORRIS CLAIM II I i tlon aS shown by Ihfclnat preceding census Cifcs Senate Uirttcullics Tills proiiosecl amendment to the constitution said Representative Al len Is offered because of the very apparent difficulties which stand 1 tho way for a redictrictlng of th state fccnatc Under the Iowa constitution a now existing the very proup of mo who arc most affected by any Chang in the system repreientatiion nr tho ones callexl upon to malic th change As T understand It four fed eral censuses have elapsed since tJi legislature ot Iowa hxs made a reap portionmcnt despite tho mandate In the conslilution that it be done fo Joivliiff each of the censuses supremo court ia the one poll Heal subdivision under our form o Rovernment which cannot bo ap pronehod hy politicians Its problem under the nroposei chance wond merely bo n fatt find iff and mathematical one because o tho mandate in the constitution which Ktatcs hat IliR redlstrlctlnc shall be fiono on a has Is of population am wfthout reference to political sltua tions or the ambltionn oC individuals The Xolson and AndcisonPatterson resolutions on redistvictincr confine the subject matter strictly to n lepisla tlvo apportjonment prcroffatire con Aimec Scniplo McPJicrsoii Ixis Angeles evangelist snapped 1111 the witness sfanit as she testified that a check for given to Judge Carlos Hnnly at tho time of her kidnaping opisuilo Wus only nn of ferine his fretiuiiit over he radio nt Anpn Ins Temple Ixs Angeles A rtmi luitlce the California state IBR lias lieen iiivcsliRatinj Hie Blft secklnc to ilclcrmino whether tv practice whifo in urrlco has brokenby Hardy TUKX TO PAGE 1 COLUMN 1 IOWA FORECAST Unsettled Saturday night and SuiuTKjr snow probable in west soulh portion nnd late Satur day nislit or Simrtay in northeast portion Sloirly rising teinpcrn tiire LOCAL STATISTICS GiobeGazctte weather figures for 21 hour period ending at S oclock t m Saturday HlKhest fYiday 1 Above Ioivest in I Kclow At 8A M Saturday G Above February shows signs ot observJng tho January custom ot making every night belowzero night Friday night it was by a scant one degree how ever Clouds obscured the sun and old John Groundhog must liava fell perfectly safe In roaming about The weather men estimate that north Iowa usually has G or eight weeks of winter after Fob 2 whether the sroundhosnoes his shadow or not Ho persons who are prone to accept auperstitlou should keep their hcav los handy tor use 111 case ot an upset f dope LINDYWILLBE HOOVER GUEST AT BELLE ISLE Vote on Measure Is Ex pectedEarly Next Week TIpiSHIXGTON Feb on tlio bill Lo pravitio J5 crulaurs and iin carrier ncarcd its end IKEIJunJcr jm to limit to 30 minutes each alter oclock Monday aftornoun Tnkhie nil today tho arfirument i nsainst iminctlKiLc construction of llio vessels Senator Xorris rcpubli ran Nebraska said another Mold war was inevitable it tlic nations con linueil to create instruments of limnan deslniclioTi Ho urged tlio elimination of the fixing a specific time for con Kiiucllon of the vcssnlH so tliat the United States would not IK part ot the vicious circle in competitive arm ament which lie declared was lirins f tlio novld onco more to the lnlnk ot a world conflict KesiiH of 1eaco Time Condiicl War he said is llio result of j tho conduct of nations in time peace There never would have boon 1 world war if the Roimtrlcs of Eur ope had not beon armed to tho teeth The Kebraska senator contended would bo thinks some nation intcnQB to break tho TCellogp antrwar treaty Whats the nccrt of nil these shins if we ttc poinfr to settle all disputes hy iifaveCut means he said will he suspected of bad faith when wo folloiv up tlio treaty Man slums ho proioseil lines of a flveilay scrvico to Itucnos Aires iiicluilliij In MiamiHavana rotiln thru Central America imlicatcil liy lieavy dolled lines scheduled In Cut Charles A UinllicrKli Moiulay Sihd lines slioxv routes alrcaOy in Intersected lines are pitijcctntl routes which liavo liccn suiveyoil Colonel Undbergh opens the ronto OH his tvyciityscvciilh Ijirtlulay which will follow a part of a ua the guest yt VrcnldentKlect Hoover lit nolle lle Stresemann Starts Off Debate on Kellogg Pact PresidentElect Is to Con fer With Senator Smoot Fla Feb Chailcs A Lindbergh was a next ioor neighbor of PresidentMeet Jluov r today while prcpariny for his flight in next Monday to Inauiairalo the airmail service liclwren the United States and Panama Onl oncl Lindbergh is quartered at the Belle Islo estate of Joseph II Alams Tho transatlantic flyer will lie the guest of tho prcsidentctect Sunday ieaiuvhilc plans under way for i celebration in his honor at the Pan merican airport today at a luncheon o bo attended by Governor and Tady Orr of the riilisli Bahamas unions tilers In the afternoon he planned a lying exhibition nnd tonight ho will e banqueted by the airways eompany ersonncJ to which he is technical flviser One Stop Necessary Colonel Lindbergh arrived yesterday fter a onestop flight of 10 hours and 5 minutes from XenYork He had ntended to make tho journey In one oj but wag compelled to stop at acksonville At dawn on Monday his twenty eventh birthday the flyer will take ff to retrace over the island chain of 10 West Indies and across the Carib ean aca a portion of the triihe made evcral months ago as a goodwill rnbassador to the Latin American ountries Ills destination will be Crls TLRN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 2 BLAMTFOGFOR SHIP ACCIDENT English Vessel Grounded Near Dungeness Garth Castle Stilf Fast LONDON Feb H thick fos the English channel all last night as held responsible today fur Ihc of tbe British steamer Jiaf near Cunffcness An effort vns to ho niado to refloat tho shipit high tide Tho Union Caslio Elcainv Gartli Castle was still aBround off Suffolk coast awaitingnoro lugs pull licr off The crew was remaining aboard Tho Dafila a vessel of 10 In Ions register was enrotite from Hamburg to IIvci pool There wcro a tew pas sengers aboard war Kvpccl Early Vote WASHINGTON Feb limitation of debalo at hand siip Uorteis and opponents of tho cruiser Mil were looking forward today to the final vote expected early next week Thus far no proposal to reducethe number of cruisers to Le built has been made and tlic light on the mcasi nrc has centered around the time clauseretmirins that construct ion or tho 1 fi cruisers and OLIO aircraft car rier provided for begin by imt Vrcs iticnt Coolldgo has asked elimination of tho tilllo clause lint the group led by Chairman Ilalc of llio naval iiffnirs connnittoo wants the measure passed practically as it now stands Kvpccls Nu Clianjze Hate is confident thai he lias the strength lo the bill thru material change This would elimin ate tlic necessity for a conference with the house wlicra the measure was passed last year but the nrcsMent might veto it In that there would be n determined attempt to pass it over his vco Most of the opposition to the present I bill nas come from a group of western senators headed by Senators Rorah of Idaho and Xorris of Xcnraska l hoy were joined yesterday by Sen ator Harrison democrat Mississippi who arsucd that the construction pro1 firam bo placed in the hands or the incomns president as a wean1 on of diplomacy to force other na1 tlons to look favorably on further dis armament I in Foreign Lauds Document Asks Indorsement DERIX Feb 2 Guslav tjtrescmami CJcrman forclgp minister opened the debute in tlic TIcMistaK this niornhur on ratification of the Kelloss Antlwir treaty fTe lauded Ilio international instru ment as tackling the problem of peace from in entirely new angle but lie ex pressed regret that some governments MR GROUNDHOG GOES BACK IN Rodent Sees His Shadow So Goes Home for 6Week Snooze PLAN TO UNITE ANTISMITHITES TO HELP G 0 P Move on in Virginia to Consolidate Republi can Advantage RICHMOND Vi Kcb 2 movement is uiultu way lo unite 111 e socalled 11 a over cr antiSmi tli tloinocnits ivltli tlio republican jwrlyi iu at least for Die furLlicojuj Int sUiio campaign Questions havo brtm iskcrl tluvjr democratic leaders by A J Dunning Jr Norfolk Hoover democrat IcaU cr Jinrt on the any we v to these may depend anliSmlthites will n concerted movo to join the republicans at the anilSmith democratic conference to be held in Ijynchhnrg Feb 0 Settlement for Cnnsnlidalion Thai there waw sonic sentiment for consolidation with iho ropublijuiKs oC the rcpMca from Uim nings queries to Chairman Ilaskob oC the democratic national commit1 toe Governor Roosevelt of Now iruf Goicrtior Hyrtl of Virgin to was Been in a statement last night hy Charles S Smltli of Newnort News Hoover democrat that tho republi can party in Virginia WHS ready lo after tho conference la facto ry can aiflateH and a Bolls Cac torjcjilatCorm vvx This was con n IT republican state chairman who said he believed Unit republican leaders could ivork out a program for n con so ffdit ion of forces with the JIoo vcr democrats1 Mr Dnnnhiffs telegrrnm lev Mr Ras kob he latter If he would re sfpn hTa IsL in tlio interest of mony in the rlemocratie party In tlic diaries Kvans Hughes has linen reliiincd as legiil advisor to the Unclufeller proxy committee which is seeking mist Col Hubert Slewnrt as chairman of the hoard of Stamlaril Oil n ANCIENT PAPAL COUNCIL TO BE CALLED IN DKS MOINES Fob south Sends Rnoscvelt Query inquired of Governor Roosevelt ff the latter were responsible for state ments reported to fiave Jteen rnstde by vitK reference to Governor Smith havinglieon rhcvttnl out of ihcpresi dency by ignorance bigotry and relig ious finaUcw1 Also particular Virginia Tomocrnls if any expressed or inlimatcf such Kentirncnts lo you To CJovernor Uyrrt Mr Dunning NEGRO CAN BE SENTENCED TO 30YEAR TERM Council Bluffs Jury Out but Brief Time to Con vict Jake Bird COUNCIL BLUFFS Feb 2 Bird Negro charged with an ax as sault upon Mr and Mrs Hai old Slriblitig the morning c Nov 20 was Jonrid guilty by a jury in district court liero shortly after noon today Under the Iowa laws guilt on a charge of assault with in tent to commit murder carries a maximum sentence of 30 years The jury returned its verdict alter a consultation of Hirer and a half hours A second charge against lilrd of a similar ax attack upon Mrs Sirn ling stili pcndtf and was indefinite postponed by Judge Ear1 Peters Tho attacks toolt placn on tho morn ing ot Nov o following two attacks on successive days in Omaha acrusr he Missouri river In which an agnl man and two young women woro ltcd to death rohco worn unahlr connect Bird with the Omaha mur ders As the twelve men on the Jury filed out to ponder hte rate Bird remarked well Its aboutover anyhow1 1 Possible Verdirts Peters instructed tho jniy fhat under the chargre it could rotiirii flvo possible verdicts ranpimr from which carries a penalty or 10 days imprisonment lo n4ault with Intent to commilt nuinTcr tho Penally for which Is 110 All during the trial Bird took 111 unusual Interest in tho proueodlns and that ho innnuem and front WorldWide Gathering of Bishops Is Planned by Pope ROM B Feb 2 an Interim of GO years an ecumenical council shortly u tlf be ur Pitis XI to meet in It Is learned Projected repairs and alterations to the navo of St Peters In anticipation f the meitinpr already arc being con sidered by the pontiff More than iKshops and higher ecclesiastics from all over tlio world tiiruoul the I rial nninlalnoT will atlcnd the inoelliiR which will I hp mistaken in her irlcnifi ionsidcr mntlrrs and of Rinl bly the Italoiioman question ASerp in Courl To her lesllinonv the in 1870 It ir this lust phrisc wliicl stand sall llt framed Mrs Striljiinswis tlie ace of I h ilnesses for the prosecution Pbr i only one niio the altacl t re a t y coincided i t h Germanys general peace poli cy and he ctalmci cknnd decisive iis first proposed nt Iaris on lulv Injunction Prevents Discharge of Dr Pace by Juvenile Home Head TOLEDO Feb 2 WAn Injunction to prevent Mrs jfnry Dugan super intendent of the state juvenile Jibmc from dischargingDr A A Pace as tho homes physician hnti been grant ed The American Legion post here Is supporting Pace In a test case of the Toiva Soldiers preference Jaiv King icurgo IJncliunKcrl Fel Uaw of ppnn rtigby at tended King George this iiiorniiiand Ktiilcd wbrn they ioft o Ibat tlitru wns nu change in his mu s con liiion WEATHER NEXT WEEK lor the upper Mississippi ami i0Ver UiKsouri VaIIeys niil the norlhern ami central crcat plains Unsettled weather much of week wilh occasion al prccipltiilion no cxlvcinc cold tho Iroaly hastened the sign 27 last lie denied that diplomatic negotia tions prior to its signing hail tcncied to weaken instead he said these negotiations merely indicated how seriously the irospcctiic signatories took the pact But ho stated if the treaty is to be come the introduction to a new epoch international law and relations must be brot into consequence with1 ihc FLAMTSTAKE LIVES OF TEN Explosion of Blasting Powder Blamed for West Virginia Fire BUCKIIAVVOV W Va Feb 1 i can of blasting powder placed In front of nn open grate lo dry was licvnl to he llio caiiso of in peisoii lcins hiirnrj in dniti shortly aflr mklnlfihl Their dwelling WIK rivc The Iilaxo pivntically oul an on tiro family Those dead ire IVtv Shnest SO a miner Mn wife and rfh 17 Hiram 34 Jli J nriifri S Miiticl I 2 a married daughter Jlrs Troy Cibsrn and her three months old infant JIR GiliMiiVs husband c wilh severe burns KciKhbors told rirn officials Ihu an explosion preceded the flro This rise to the belief Slmes was drying out powder fnr his wrru III the col mines ibson was llnahlo lo tell a ro Kcdiico Iowa Falls rtates OWA FALLS Feb Central States Electric company of this city announces that it will make a 20 per cent reduction in its light iatc shadow lie saw It in DCS Molney and Uubnouo and numerous other citios In Iowa and that convinced him he was entitled to a longer period of hi bernation It all started oul fine Cold and eroumlhoff day dawned but ah the hours passed hy the sun broli tlivu for a moment here and there and Die groundhog was convinced Ihnt IIP had burrowed his way Mini the Ice anl snow in vain i Will Rogers VOIIK Feh d The drys 110 atlU tryhifto risurc out some way oC nuikiriE Mellon lixkc that S24000OnO for prohibition i n for c cm e n t Jt would lie a good joke on cm If Mellon used it trying to Inform prohb i t i o n In ono of the Capitol I see nomo oT Iho RonatorK trn not for htilMinp tho till wo pet a a r bool crt go ill liiivo to fls WILL ROGERS ura out sonio kind of u sunrnnlco to Ihoso fol lows that ivc flcaic ctn up a vvn r Thn democrats arc so used to rminfnp second in pvoiylhinpr that arc satiiffiiid with second best nav WILL Camright J929 LEAGUE FIGHTS CHANGE IN LAW Habitual Criminal Act in Michigan Must Remain Says League LANSING Miriu Feb 2 lice has been served on Gov Fred W j Green that the antiSaloon Michigan will fight any effort to ex empt liquor offenders from life im prisonment under the states habitual criminal law R X Holsaplc superin tendent of the league told Governor Green yesterday that the drys be lieve a liquor offender Is punished after a fourth offense not for liquor violation but for habitual criminal Ity Declaration of open opposition to Ilia administration plan to amend the criminal code to eliminate prohibition law violators from the cotetrory of felons thereby exempting them from life imprisonment upon a fourth of fense came at a brief conference of the dry leader with tho Rovornor The frovernor retorted that the code as an instrument for its prevention ot crime is a strong weapon but that continued attacfts uiion ono provision making it mandatory to passj Mlfo wnlcnccs npnn liiiunr lay vlola tois alimony an oliicrs of similar to under mineit j been railed together In conmii moai13 worltl Mediator May Be In 1IK10 if tlio iilaim if thr rlo mil xt nwry thr ivJiidi mJ its 1OiiinnliiK it ln adjouvninrnt nf tlio lawT oounrJI wii have lived it j day inl lii Vfhrin ausJ picioui for wiirlc on Named to Settle Booth Arguments IOXnOX Feb name of rilho Tlandall Thomas which tho pontiff feels is highly ncties son former Aivlibipho of Caniir sary fiol ntlcinnity there has been no hnry was siiKposlcd by fiicnrls of Salvation army today as n mediator who mielit be abir to c Ifp tiic nrrnys difficnllics Vatican announcement yet even as to tho convoking of tbe council It is nnj la understood that nn effoil derstood that the episcopal body may oulrt be mnclp to enlist his aid In bo askeil to ratify the negotiations which have been concluded between representatives of the pope and the Italian government looking to settle settling tho differences of the anny cotincll and Tten nrajnwoU TJooth its commandcrinchicf Is selection for such a role would ment of the controversy between the I welcomed by tite Tlootu family U Iw two negotiations now await ratifi cation by the two parties and provide for a laiKC monetary indemnity lo the Calhotirluiroh and a ceding to mont to mnhe this church of a small but hlsiily del Kitd When aucstloncd resardiny the pos siliility of such action on his pnil Lord Davidson said he had no stair tract of land cast of the present Vatican grounds Chicago Police Will i State Another Drive Against Citys Crime CHICAGO Frl Kncmirased by of the two pwviowi wccli siid raids police today were tho city for suspirinus persins and criminals witli records confident are nnthorlt ies that tho raids are proving a ditorrcm to crime that they hnvn inndc them a rcBular weekly routine ASK PROBE OF WOMANS DEATH Relatives Suspicious of Man ner in Which Rich Kin Died CHICAGO lVh iVTVclrcimv stances surrounding the death nf Mis I Pr ltinjr sifluJ by Corotirr today Ueath of Ihc wrst siilo ow ycstorday phyficinns and I wo daughters Mrs lovcphinc Cnwon Chicago and Miss Jsalxlln TJiirnliam IJelrnil bnc denuuidoil a jiolice n estimation Kdward T rtilcy partner with Mrs Jturnliani in the Iturhtim Jnin Ma chino wnrls she had Hirnid nvor rr pncent r lur estimated ostnte iCOUOO to him prior t o her death j AUNT HET By Robert Quillen The older a niin irets IJx moro he likes to havo his wife believe he a ricvil with tho girls when he was young 1   

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