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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS pan COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE HEPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 104 HOUSE VOTES JUDGES MORE PAY WOULD CHANGE LAW BENEFITING CRIME SUSPECTS i Measure Proposes Mak ing Refusal to Testify Incriminating DES MGUVES Feb 7 6tnatora to school today They a series of lecUires on con stitutional law delivered by attorneys in tho semite who came to grips over the proposal oE SenaLor Wilson oC Pngc county lo strike frotn Ihe statute liooks a seelion which provides that Lhc failure oC a defendant to testify cannoL be uscil against him In the courtsc of the arguments I Senator Frank M Beatty of Keokult branded the VVilsoii as nn in Ridious attack at constitutional rights thru the back door deplored the idea oC modern people that the courts should follow the theory oC automo bile and bo built for speed only and took a elap at ricws papors which flaunt the details of crime on front pases and then con dcrrn the courts because ot a grow ing crime vravc1 on their editorial plffCS XceiTs Kcspccfc for Laxr Jn his oponins argument in behalt of the repeal of the law involved Senator AVilson declared that the gov ernment cannot endure xmless It forces respect for law and made the point that a suspects failure to testi fy In his own behalC Implies a fear which should properly bccalled to the Giant Snowslide Holds Up Rail Traffic f6stry Ijy iirosc iHiting attorneys cause for granting a trial The argument of Senator Beatty was that the innocent individual must he friiarantccd protection against or ganized society that the burden of in nocrnco must prevail and that courts must bo conducted on the theory that not every man accused is pullty It io tiot always true he told thr seJinlo that a HI an refuses to tnllv because lie is guilty Sometimes he ii TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 3 Will Rogers NEW YORK leb that had a doubt ubout that peace treaty amounting to much can rest assured now tor they voted the cruisers Kcllin found a cross on one of the flags that is used in the navy Ho wants lo make it null and void He re fuses to have anything to do with any flag that Betsy Itoss was not the architectII WILL ROGERS has traced the hemstitching on this one right to the Vatican Tom will uo wanting to abolish boulevards that make right angle crossings claiming that Is some sort oC panal sign anil malic cm cross each other slantwise Yours WILL P is bringing the new tarilc bill flown lor the boys to sign Copyright 1929 HIS GREATEST FIGHT PILOT WINS TRANSCONTINENTAL FLIGHT RECORD NO CONFERENCE IS PLANNED FOR FARM PROBLEM Hoover Will Await Poss ible Action in Spec ial Session Picture shows Cant Frank Tut Up or llusli Ilnwlts right and liis mcclianic O E Gnibb at Los Angeles just before they hopped oft to Now York in 18 linurs 21 minutes and 5S seconds licnting by MO minutes therecord held by Arthur Gbebel anil the late Harry Tuclicr The plane one of the fastest commercial ships ever built is if munufaclure a corporation presided Fred Keeler AfasonGity Los Angeles resident itlcntiiied with the brick and tile interests here is distinctive due CoitSConl construction wliiclx reduces wind resistance The piane canmake iMmfleiFanhbur i REMOVAL OF KING EXPECTED SOON Special Ambulance Prepared to Take Monarch to Seashore LONDOX Feb 7 if King Georges removal to the south coast ot England is expected shortly his ma licsly having made enough progress to warrant that move An official bulletin signed by five of he kings physicians was issued this morning It read Tho the stage oC convalescence has not yet arrived his majestys progress is such that tho proposed chanffe to the south coast is now desirable The bulletin was Issued after a two hour consultation at Buckingham pal are It was not stated Just when his majesty coula make the trip to Bog nor but It Is understood that before the journey Is made an official i nouncement will be given out It is liltoly that tho king nnd his court ivlll travel tommorow ns the prospects ot good conditions did not seem very favorable A special ambulance has been pared in which every possible precau has been taken to remove tion AUNT HET By Robert Quillen 1 kept my head bowed but if Sallie ever prays at me like that again Im goin to start prayin right back at hef if it busts up the meetin VI By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Wrilcr IAMI BliACH Fla Fob 7 PresidentElect Hoover will onter a number ot farm leaders tho formulation of an agricultural elief program he has no intention f calling a general farm conference n advance oC the specal session of onsrcss in April His general ideas on the subject al eady have been outlined along broad nes and no doubt will be restated in is message to the seventyfirst con ress at tho convening the extra rdinary session Details naturally vllt ho left to Iho two houses com ittccs oC which are expected to be gin public hearings early InMarch Many Tlans in OffiiiR Many plans will be presented to hese committees and the bill as final y reported will to the result ot a pro ess of elimination with tlio exception hat the fundamental principle will e that of n farm board and a rcvolv ng fund with provision made for the reation of f armedowned and farmer lontrollod corporations to assist in the irderly marketing ot crops In the agricultural Industry as as Irt all others the presidentelect wants as little government Interfer ence U3 is consistent with the intercsi of the people His conception ot tha problem la that the farmers want to TPRN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 3 S4 TESTS ARE TERMED SUCCESS Tender Bringing Submarine Back Into Dry Dock for KEY WEST Pla Feb 7 ng successfully completed numerous esls oC apparatus expected to make submarineservices Infinitely less haz ardous the U S S Mallard tender vas expected to return hero today vltli tho S4 which will be placed in repair Following sucecsafuPattempts yes terday In which men escaped from the sunken submarine in feet oC wa ter off Smiths Shoals with the nid of oxygen inflated head gear a leak was discovered Jn the periscope of the sub nnrlne and it was deemed advisable 10 ow in here for repair Already tho testa In which Intent C B Bomson and F Kalinowski chief torpedo man have staked th lives liavo been sratifyingly success ful according to Lieut Commander P H DunbarP in charge of opera tions 42 Persons Injured in Riot in Athens ATHENS Feb 7 ist demonstration in the Apollo the ater today ended in a riot in which tht opposing factions used revolvers knives and cudgels to sottlo their dif ferences Fortytwo persons were In jurcd 12 seriously before police sue cccded In restoring order Iowa Painted as Center of Population Wt Good Former Con gressman Says State Only Has To Reach Out WASHINGTON Feb is iio future center of population ot the United States She needs only to opportunity said James W Good ot Chicago former congressman from1 cdar Hap id s In speaking before the State society Air Good outlined the trend ot movement oC population since pioneer lays sbowinsr that while first the riovemcnt had been all to he west ward it was now swinging back toward the eist The building of the AllAmcrlcau canal to make tlm Great Ices navigable to occangoiny ves sels will change all that ho said nginj the manufactnrer nearer Lo both lila markets and the source oC raw materials lowa and the cen tral west he declared were facing n den opportunity and had only to reach out a little way in order to real ize her dreams he meeting was the first which the society has hold this year and was un usually well attended Officers elected Tor tbo coming year wore President P K BaUlrldge formerly of DCS Motnea now special deputy commis sioner of Internal revenue vice presi dents Karl Hoffman Mrs William Fitch Kcllcy Mrs K Jctts and KarlToos Gertrude Ijuols Mr and iMrs Herbert IToover were elected honorary presi dents ot the soofetj QUESTION SALE OF U S SHIPS Leviathan Among List to Be Disposed of for WASHINGTON Feb 7 tfP Hale Jjy tho shipping hoard of 12 passenger ships including the leviathan has been held up until Lho senate Inquires to the matter Sen a tor McKellar democrat Ten nessee sponsored a resolution yester day for an investigation into lib sain sale aiitJ it wan carried without a rec ord vote altho xSeniitoiJonca of Wash ington chairman oC the commerce protested Jones said that in his opin ion the guvornmcnt would never receive as favorable a bid for its fleet ami added that the adoption of Hie resolution might endanger the pleticm of tho proposed sale Paul W Chapman Inc had bid 1G000000 for tho 13 ships which con stitute tho entire American passenger I fleet plying between New York urd France and Gcvmany McKcllir in proposing his resolu tion Kind Ibat he understood that thp sale to he consummatod today aic irsuccl that the board wns ruslitnjr the transaction thru in nn irrcfliilsir man ner He said it was not Koirttf thrti the ARE STANDSTILL IN STATES IN WEST Two Towns Cut Off by Giant Drifts High ways Blocked DUNVUK Feb 7 transportation in the mountain us res Jons oC sonUnvesteni Colorado as at n standstill today while section began a two weeks task of tJcnring track of Iho heaviest snow illdes In rniinv ycirs Highways also vcro jnipJissjvlOi The towns C SiUoilon a mini 115 Lommunity rnul Crals on the Denver t Rio Grande Western railroad from Juranso were Isolated Since Eatur la y nine snows ides have craslicrt down on tho trades and one of these vas satd lo bo from 40 to 7i feet deep SOO rcct jvldc Neither town was n danger ot shortage it was The snow storm which accompanied severe cold wave in the tstxtc ibated and it was predicted that Ctnrioraturos at tho maik last night would rise today Sub7cro weather atiU prevailed in Montana and near Uozeman an Ice 3am Hooded the lowlands forcing farm to flee their homes Somo loos ol livestock waa feared Highways In Wyoming1 Utah am I Idaho Tvere blocked by zero temperatures were general thru out tho latter state Seventyfir motorists marooned on tlic cust hfgb way out ot Salt Lake City Jast nigh were rescued by a state hJffhway crew A cold wave from tho northwest hit the southwest ami srnt the mei twy tumbling t fioni 10 Jo IS decree below zero Kansns and the Tcxns panhandle a new snow wnw reported Snow was oxpccled Jn Oklahoma Reserve Board Moves to Halt Speculating rcpiulai proccduro of hirls to tlio Emergency tioti for an sinalysis tic FJcct cnrpora REPORT VICTORY FOR ROCKEFELLER Proxy Committee Member Says Sufficient Votes Are at Hand YOKK Keb 7 Aldricti member nC the proxy committee conducting tlic contest ot loin D Koocfellrr r to oust Col Robert AV Stewart from Iho chair nianshin ot the Standard Oil uomiMn ot Indiana announced Industhai Ilic proxies for 51 per cent of the voting stock were aKMircd to the KoiikcfeUei forces Tile Aldricli statement follows Winttirop Aldtkh ot firm OJ TvUilray Aldrkh ami Holierts a member DJO proxy roinitjltteo sislins of Mr Toliu n Hockcfellor Jr Mr Wlllinm Roberts nnd Mr Al rtrlch himself which Is soliciting picture tf Presiilent Calvin Cuulitljic lio at he ol liis ailininistnilioiii is wtiKinK liero unil alirtiiiu snj is lie grcalcst fight of liis career prevent Iho immediate con struction ot all tlio cruisers pro vided in tlio navnl bill Known as a stiumch republican regular tlio president in this Imttle Hilda him self opposing republican lelders but with proBressiteS aiid many lilsvsWe Anil ilicrc arc tliat Iho Couiiilffo set ruhirjof stale Ininlr It KclliiKB will lo invarilcd theNobel peace prize liccviuso of Uio jtitrt ileclar iiiK ngniiist war rccciilly signed anil fnr ralificalioti nf wlucll Ihc scnilc loiijpTiirilr put I lie sncaiiid IliB niivy liill The prisiilcnt in reported IhrmilenliiR lu vilo liu cruiser hill uliicli passed he senate nnel is now in the hands of Ihn iiresident Both Houses Have Budget Bills List on Amended Cruiser Measure Holds First Place With Representatives KUILETIX WASHINGTON Kelt Tho niiviil construction f Filo AnlMrnsL Cl Feb 7 Anti trust charges fisai Mm Great West cm Supar company have been tilod In Hie feclorn court at Xcbr proxies meeting to he voldl nt tho annual t the Standard Oil company prosram fulling for 1 J cruisers me nir pliinu sent lo President toolidnc Iniluy with house np prnvnl of Semite aiiiciwlmcnts of Indiana against Uie 1CcIrction of Col Tlohcrt W Stewart as a rtlrcctor ot tho company announces that Ills committee now has in liaud proxies j mnnt for the day rnpresentlnp 51 per cent ot the stock of tho company NVABIIIXGTOX Keh 7 Until houses had appropriation hills on tliclr calendars today ultho tho aniondcd1 cruiser hill came first on tho house program It was expected to bo ills posed or in short order nnd buck of it waited tho navy supply hill The sermo had before It the 51170000110 wnr department appropriations bill nssigo in sight before adjourn JUDICIARY BILL IS CARRIED BY VOTE OF 8519 Secondary Road Bill Is Introduced in Senate MOlSJSS Fell 7 low lionise of rcpreKRiitnlivpa todav ietl the jvuliciiuy bill Increasing alarj of Iowa district court Judseif rom 54000 to 55000 a year Tin voti VJIH S3 to 15 Tho principal speeches for the Ue made by Itepreuentatlves J R Mcintosh of Muscatllio county nnd mult W lilliott of Scott counly The roll call on the measure Ayes Allen Bah Baker Bnllew Jush W F Byers C Byors OlaiV royiur Dayton Dean Eclilcl E A iilllotl V W Elliott Ellsworth ens Files Llnniny LorPhnF Gil norc Tirslund JIall llnn scn Ilauson Hattentiorf Matter lleatd HHI Hollingsworth Hollis llolniKien Huhbard Ilunl Jlush IrnJn JnycnC Kinpr Kline Ilchty Tomas Jjovrirn McCaulley Mcfntosii Me Nelson OBrien ODonneli Orr Tattison Paulson Fcndray Randall Katliff Rawlinps Head RQimers Reno Rlte Rutledge Ryder Uylandcr Shannon almmor Shields Smilli Swanson Taylor Torseson TrauTi Van BUICIU Van Wert Venard Wamstatl Wilson Speaker 10 Vote Against Bill Tvnes Barnes Blxler Buchmlller Burton Campbell CoJe Cox Flnnorn Grisivoid Helsnson Hopltin Tenson F Tohnhon R Johnson Miller Monnce C U Nelson Wenrin Absent nnd not M Iert Tterrv Mclnlosfi spoko at lenpth In lavor of Die bill He oitod that tho neu salaiJcs proposed ouid not clfcctivo for save nil years duo to tlie fact that incnmlient judges cannot it by any raises obtained during Lheir preacnt term of office under tjir law The spwiker nfiLrefl proof thtt court judROs in states siir ndine lowa are paid higher llian lawn ami iivcrasa salary for these states is SSSOOrlio avoiago In tho nation he said Slinriesota StJOOO Nnliraska foOCO Illinois S000 Wisconsin and youth Dakota After a spirited debate in the holism the Byers of linn county bill lo pn vida an appeal on iho merits from dccisioua of civil service commiHSlons in lowa riites kilted T to 73 rorslinic of Woodhury county led the attank on the measure ivliich ho said would tend to discredit tlm onLiro civil service law of the state Duly One Appeal The only nppeal from such decision now existing is in corliorarl re views only Ihn hfuJ in civil service commission nnd does net j Into tbn facts Senator of Polk today in tnKiuced in iiie senate a bill TvhirH Ruination of Business Is in Present Ten dency WASHINGTON Feb 7 lias been served by the federal reserve lioard that It intends to take steps to restrain tbo use of federal reserve credit for speculative purposes After a conference of several hours yesterday between George Harri son governor of the federal reserve bank of New York Roy A Young governor of the federal rcservo board and members oC tho board a state ment iri3 Issued which called atten tion to the Kiowlh ot speculative cred it during the year the loss by the country of some 5500000000 in sold and advances in the cost of credit for jconlmcrcial uses No Speculation Arbiter The statement declared that the federal rcservo board did not assume tho right to set itself up as an arbiter of security speculation but added that TURS fti i COLUMN 1 DIVIDE IOWA INTO 2 UNITS Perry Postmaster to Have Charge of Enforcement in Northern Part CHICAGO Keb 7 facili tate ndministiution Iowa lins bocn di vided Into prohibit ion Ustrlcts K l Yellowley director of enforcement for Illinois Wisconsin and Iowa an nounced liKt niglit Tho state as a unit was unwieldy lie CJeorgQ Pavaona postmnstor at Per ry was named deputy administrator for tlio northern section uilh head quarters at Fort Dodpe or Sioux City Admlnistiatloii of Uie southern iinii Liou ifiU conLiuua for Xw iXuilica ux Telephone Booths to Be Taken From 1850 Chicago Drug Stores1 CHICAGO Feb 7 liave I Agl1 been mado for oC telephone I hoollis from tlic 1800 drup stores lie1 to tho Chicago Retail Drus1 gists associatiou Final arransementa nro to he com plctod Tuesday at a conference of as HOciatlon lenders The move is the latest action talceTi against tho Illinois Bell Telephone company wliloh recently established tcr commission rates on booth ehlla ItalicRoman Question Is Settled by Gasparri ARE CONTINUED and Al Smith Wont Run for Mayor of New York XKW YOU Is Feb 7 New Vorlt Times snld today that Alfred I Smith would not bo a candidate far mayor next fnll as has been advocaietl in various quarters Tbo paper snirl it had learned tliat Mr Smith Informed Mayor Walker of his position shortly before ho depiviod for Florida Mayor Walker hns not indirntid nnail Ion Former Mayor John llvpn azaifl a candidate Arrival of More Troops Ex pected to Quiet Ter rorism Feb 7 nnrtl format announcement of tbo conclu sion of a niomcntuous agreement be liveen the holy sec and Italy for trt tlcment of tho longiending Ilonian iliestiou 1lio relations lie dvo vaticin Italian stTle made today by Cardinal Has nnrri noted papal spcretnrj of state llaVlnB snmnlonod he diplomatic BOJrBAY Feb 7 IPTtindullos hodv accrfdilod to tbo vntlcan tho Im rioting hroko out aRiim on a KirR briefly ironimunlcntod here Ihls inovniiiff the fifth of the iKnictiiont which Is evprjnliern day of the disturbanccs looked upon as onn of be most iinj In Iho Ilieinljria7ir district onn portant ovontK in modern history jlnirly Iaihan killed four Hindus with 1 Immediately aflcr tho meclinff of knife Tho district wnj torrorlMrt nr the diplomrits at the stale apartment rival of troopH flnnlly allnvinc Tlio war department bill was taken up yesterday tha Caraway bill to res n lain tuturs trading in cotton grains bcinp lihclvfil fur if oncctitralo nn Slijiply Hills This as an iiuiiiation that lintb the Donate and honsr plan to cim frntrite on supply tlio view of Rotting them out of the way before tlio lust minute lesinlative jam Four of thove measinrs aro Jn con ference the firwt bill and thoso fnr tho agriculture and interior dopirtrncntband for Independent of fices The hart ytt to pnss the S347 000POO navsl surlily bill but may semi TUHN TO ruii i COMMN i TIJKN TO PACr 1 COLUMN 5 IOWA FORECAST FrobuMf fitr In north and cen tral portions possibly ei trcine and south Thursday uiclil mid Friday Slightly colder Thursday lUKlit in central miirh colder in cuslern pnrtlnn Nnt so cold Friday in ev trcino LOCAL STATISTICS G lobcG a 701 to he r f ip uiCrt for 21 hour ending at S oclock u m Thursday Ahovu Aliovo InvK In the valiran Cardinal Caspnrrl wns Popo This safd Hint carA bnml of rO Tiilhnns nsscrnhlod j lor lift purpose of cmnhinoii ftsstulti ho exceedingly pleaseil had been arrested prevously am so liappy nlioilt wliat hart hapj riming spread quickly pened aurl f am sure that aic1 nf MazKaon and n Mussclini will he just ns happy he Ryrulli district TLKX TO 41 COLUMN 1 Mooru Uouus aiThed Iiviu thr 4 MEN GIVE UP ROBBERY EFFORT Gentlemen Burglars Unable to Crack Safe of Palmyra Bank rUMYKA III 7 unsucuossfullv on tin for nrrily Direc hours four men jlc Sfribcd hy ased Jalmyra as burslars tliis nbn inlonr1 an n leiunt IQ Itfb ilm Jowpst Nifiht 1 At H A M Thursday I 1 llfi of vn Inrh AHho tho Ifinporaiure did not diop to Ihn rtrpliiH predicted hy forcrnstrrs nineslay thnro was a rlcoided dip Those who plucrd of a or one min boatrn hy a hlrh to shmv that Frhruafy Ifl Loo nuirh n gamhlo fur safu   

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