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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                n North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FINAL1 EDITION FIVE CENTS PER COP3T ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED wins REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NKWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 105 DENBY FORMER NAVY HEAD DIES I U S Reparations Experts in Franct y MORGAN YOUNG ARE SILENT ON FINANCE PLANS Special Train Carrying Trio From Boat to Capitol Fob S P Morgan Owen D Young and j Thomas Vf Lamont American ropara 1iong experts tlisembarlceO from the f R S Aqultanla this morning and im mediately boarded a special train j Paris ivhere they will attend the 1m t pending reparation conferences I They showed themselves also to be I experts in discretion They managed to set aboard their train without re 1vealinp anything to correspondents ivho met them excopt pleasure at the polite reception ana their desire to avoid talking Had Special Train The Americans had expected to have i two cars attached to the special boat but tho French had a fourcoach train all ready to carry the delegates and their staff of 34 to Paris Messrs Morgan young and Lamont had a private car to themselves and their suite wag in tlie other two cars The fourth car was a diner sirico the party will in Paris only by jnoon The police commissary In full uni orm boarded the steamer to offer his ervicea in fettins the party ashore jtt Their passports were without special visas and tliey wsked no favors except privacy When newspapermen appeared Mr iToung limited discussion of tho bis tproblcm that brings him to France fo I am merely a business man so fl have nothing to say to the news j papermen Evades PJiotogra pliers Mr Morgan even more shy told officials I wisli even to avoid the photographers and he almost sue jcoedcd by standing behind Mr Young who was harOIlargo enough to hide iliim when delegates passed a bat tery of cameras clicking like machine jBuns on their way along the pier to the train There probably would not have been pictures at all if French officials had not organised a ieceptlon commit tee and the delegates had to pause an instant to listen to tho greetings nnri to express their thanks The dele Bates also were greeted by Fred 13 Bate secretary of the American scc tion of the reparations commission i and American Consul Samuel II TVIIey L gin Conference Gordon Northcott to Hang Army Flyer Heads Air University Mnj C C Moseley one of the armys oldest nviatnrs in point of ex perience lias resigned his position us licail of tile airmail oMeriitinc be tween Ios Ansclcs and Snlu City lo become president of it new air university at Los Angeles He is shiiwn above center looking over the plans for the college with Tames A Perry left president of Curtiss flying service of Indiana ami Casey Jones president of the Curtiss ser vice parent body Governors and Staffs to Be in Inaugural Parade English Parliament i Gets Woman Member j BISHOP AUCKLAND EnS Fob S has another woman member in parliament Uiru the elec or Mrs Huffh DaJton nt he by lelection Jiere qpccssitated by the re cent death ot B C Spoor laborltc 3Iis Dalton received 14797 votes njjainst A C Curry liberal 7725 and H Thompson conservative 3367 IOWA FORECAST i rrolmblo fair Friday niclit and i SnturilRV except snow Friday niRlit in extreme cast porllon Collier Friday Tiiglit tn cist por i tion not so coltl in northwest por finn i LOCAL STATISTICS I GlobcGazctto weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock a Friday i IliRFicst Thursday fi Above Lowest in Nijlit 8 lielow i At 8 A SI Friday 7 Below Snowfall 50 Precipitation Tho sun had a welcome appearance Triday morning but its warming ef fects were not especially noticeable fhursday nights coolness wns rem iniscent oC the January weather STOCKS QUIET AFTER BREAK Exchange Prices Turn Irreg ular After Gain at Start Air Stunts by Army Navy Planes Planned for March 4 i WASHINGTON Feb S iiso ot variety and color in the presi dential inauguration ceremonies has assumed definite proportions with the announcementby the itiausural com mittee that 22 state governors have re served space for themselves and re tinues fn the parade At the eamo time the committee XKW YOttK Feb S lion in securities quieted down consid erably on the New Yorkstock ex change today after yesterdays shavp break with prices turning irrcgulnr after nn opening display oC strength Ait increase it IIO000000 In fed eral reserve brokers loans which took Wall street hy surprise was offset by the retention of tho R per cent re discount rate and tlio improvement garbed in say uniforms The governoi in the reserve position oC the 12 fedot Alamaba will bo accompanied by oral reserve banks Early gains of 2 to 3 points werere corded by Konnecott Copper Bethle hem Steel General Electric Interna tional Harvester Ion us Manvillo Radio new and U S Realty Mid land Steel products preferred broke points on tlie lint sale Union Pa cific 2i and Kroger Stores 2 Sinclair Oil opened with a block ot announced other entertainment tea turcs onthe tentative program of them being concerts air stunts by army and navy flyers and agreat display ot fireworks on Iho mall Many Gay Uniforms Many of the executives the com mitteo said will como with escort two captains oC foot soldiers from th national guard and a band ot 5 pieces From Delaware New Jersey and Virginia artillerymen and caval rymen will come with their chiefs Tlie governor oC Virginia will have 45U members or the liiclimond blues the 12700 shares at 30i off SS The majority of the initial transactions was in lots oC a few hundred shares Richmond howitzers and moml ernys and a fife the and rtlen drum 6 HINDUS DIE IN NEW OUTBREAK Rioting Continues in Bombay for Sixth Consecutive Day BOMBAY 7mlia Feb 8 rilndtis wero killed in a fresh out break ot PathanHludu rioting here this morning It was tho sixth suc cessive day ot tho disturbances Assaults continued intermittently thruout last night and moro troops ana armed police were brot in today j to combat the situation Todays deal brot tho total casual ties to 47 dead and 315 wounded of whom many may die In tlie second Revision of the parade the committee announced sixteen ad ditional military and civic units al ready have been assigned positions Among them i3 a delegation from the San Diego army and navy acad emy of Pacific Beach Cat and one Cedar Kaplds from Coe college at Iowa The tentative program of public en tertainment Is t0 begin two days lie fore the inauguration i To Since Air Circus i On March 2 the navy yardwill be i thrown open to visitors The army iand navy on this day will stage an all1 circllg over the city and there will IIB a riding circus at Fort Myor Virginia On Sunday March 3 special serv ices will be held in all Washington churches There will be a pilgrimage to tlip tomh of the unknown soldier in Iho afternoon with a concert In the evening Jury Is Out but 2 Hours for Verdict Slayer Reported to Have Re peated Confession to Murders plVKUSlDK Cnl Fell 8 rv don Stewart NoitlicoU 22 year oUI laruuttnit today bcsan prciiaratious or an appeal from his conviction by jury oC tbo murder of thvco boiB at lis cliiekcn ranch near Tlie jury oC men last night touiul lim guilty of slayingthc two Winslow jrothors of Pomftna and an unidenti iod youtii after a little move tlian nvo hours of deliberation There was no recommendation for ilemency making the death penalty mandatory Northcott received the icrilict calmly and thanked tho jury He will be sentenced Monday Aeplicvv Started Tilings The young Canadian was brot to i trial here as the result of disclosures I made in Los Angeles last fall by his 13 year old nephew Sanford Clark who being held for deportation to Canada Young Clarl said several boya including three who had disap peared from southern California homes had been slain at the chicken ranch Clark admitted participating In the NorfficoTt and Tiia mother lirsf Sarati Louisa Northcott Cyrcus Northcott father of Gordon was held as a mater ial witness Northcott tind his mother were ar rested in Canada After officers led by young Clark had found bits oE bone hair and traces of blood at the chick en ranch Clark said the Mexican lads head had been burned and buried and the bodies of tho Winslonhoys cov ered with llmo and thrown Into crude graves Conducted Own Defense Northcott was brot to trial Jan 2 iliortly after Mrs Northcott had pleaded guilty to complicity in tho slaying ot 0yearold Walter Collins at the ranch She ws sentences to life imprison ment Shortly after the trial oegan Nortlicott dismissed his attorneys and TURN TO PAGE 1 COLUMN S HAFFA CASE IS NEAR TO JURY Chicago Alderman Denies Any Connection With Liquor Ring UUIOAGO Feb S case oC Alderman Titus Haffa and four fendants charged with operating a bootleg syndicate was ex pected to go to the jury today One defendant Edward Hugg re mained to bo placed on the stand as well as several character witnesses to complete the defense case Closing ar guments were to be limited to ono hour Haffa and three ot hlfl codefend ants Sam Simon Joseph Bagherla and Henry Murray testified yester day TTaffa completely denied all gov ernment charges He said lie was never connected with tho sale of any alcohol and added I never drank in my lite and I never conducted a saloon campaign1 Will Rogers NEW YORK Feb been all day over at the showing of air planes now here in New York Its been put on hy the aero branch oC tho American Legion and they have done a real job Dont miss it i Its not like an automobile show with every car copying the oth er If Lhey get a new typo lighter Its Lhe outstanding Cea turo of a wholi nuto show Bui these airplane guys arc thinking for of different shapes makes and models Why I dont think the eighteenth amendment spurred on drinking any faster than Lindbergh a trip haa aviation The man that trav els on the ground next amniner dont deserve to get nowhere Touvs WILT P S Keep your eye on Grunrty Beingright and a Rockefeller both is a toujh proposition to boat Copyright 1329 DEVALERAGETS JAIL SENTENCE Lindbergh Is Still Guest of U S Fleet Irish Leader Sent to Jail for Trying to Enter Country PANAMA CITS Panama rcb S Charles A Lindbergh wns still with tho U a fleet out In the Bay ot Panama this morning and them was no information avillahlo as to when lio would undertake the good will flight to HoKOtii Colombia which wns nmiouncrii hy iho United Suites UJJIJJMUK o c postal department in last J contravention of B11 1 years Northern Ireland Fob S Bo Vilera noted republican leader was sentenced to ono month1 imprisonment today for nt templing lo enter northern JivbiiM in an ordor of seven JAPANESE SHIP REPORTED ADRIFT Engines of 6000Ton Vessel Broken Down in Mid Pacific SEATTLE Feb 8 KtCim Jlontnuk reported by radio that the freighter Alloway a 6000 ton vessel belonging to tho Osaka Marine company of Osaka Japan was drlft inff helplessly her engines broken ilown iti midPacific south ot the ka peninsulti Tho Japanese freighter Voffcn JIaru standing by A heavy noulbeasl gale was blowing but thn ship was not Ijelletcd to bo in Kho left Seattle Tan 13 for the orient and wlipn ovirtaUrn by I he Wiis altritipling to reach Dutch lUir bur Alaska for water and supplies SENATEPASSES 7 MEASURES 3 60 TO HAMMILL Action Against Barber Shops Included in Bill JIG INKS S rapidly the Iowa senate today passed seven bills three of them house measures which now go to Governor Hamill for executive approval Teeth1 for the state harboring reg ulations wcro provided by two bills by Senator 15 M Stocldani oC Sloan In passing one the senate would per Tnit tlie closing pt barber shops lhat violato state sunitavy rosulalions The other would veqvnro barbers before being licensed 10 spend six months In an arererJitod birber school IS months as un apprentice County cornorcrs would IDC required to report violent deaths to the slate btirttu of criminal investisatinn nnder a bill sponsored by Senator o P Ben nett of Mnpletoi Tho senate also passed a house bill permitting Tain a tounly to contract with he fcderalion frovernment for the operation of schools Tor Indian children on the Sac and Fox reserva tion near Tama Tho bill goes to Gov ernor Uammill Permit Orders Curbnl Another Bennett hill passed would permit sheriffs to issue permits to carry concealed weapons only to resi dents of their own counties Governor Hammlll was nlao given a house bill passed by the senate today providing that high school graduates would 7101 1m forced to attend part tinio schools Uavonport would bo permitted lo purchnsr oid mnintitin ils own water works under another bill sent to tho governor Tho senate refused tr kill tbni in definite postponement two bills to in crcaso tlio compensation given news pnjicrs for ho printing of official pul Hcntlons Moth worn sponsored by Sena lor Otlo v 1umo or Dubunuo Ono proposed that tho fifntpiincra IK Siven 50 cents rather tlioii 33 13 cents an inch for official puliliral ions mid Iho ollinp raised iho compcnralion for the publication of liwi from onethird lo onehalf Iho rate of legil retjnirt ntnl The present 7atcn have bscn unchanged for yuirs Action waq cicfoirod on a senate bill that would permit Jiason Ully TU11N TO IAGK COfUMN 0 POPE PLEASED OVER APPROACH OF SETTLEMENT Gaspani Is Hailed as Greatest Statesman in Century DOiITS Vcb 5 Moiidny ils momentous cr IT ninny ar Latcrnn palace upiiroaciiea ovrn USUEI calm ot tho Vatican is ru with cxcitemonl Hcserve whiuli vas niauHained until ycslcrdny was abandoned with the an lounccuient to tlio nssciublcO diplo inats accredited to Vatican of Kettlomotit nt tliu differences oC Iho Jloly and the Ualinu slate Everyj whoro tliere is rejoicing nt iho iin1 conciliation 1 nro heard that tho Tope will remain in history ns IJus tho Great Tiilmfe to Cardinal papal secretary cf stale is luilletl as Iho most remavk ihlo Ihc church hna luccd in tho last tlie work il Cardinal Erculo Consulvi in 1SOI under Iopo Pius Vlt concluded1 the concordat with Xupoteon which lifted Iho church from the disastrous comlitlonH oC the French revolution is recalled by way of coniparlsoii A flood oC consratulations lins bc eun lo pour In upon the Vatican Moat of course are from various Itallaft olfpin Is of the world are rcprescntfid Kvcn the cntluisJasnt of His Holi ness Kaenia nngrnentctl now lhat mat teiS approach their climax JJo rose nrucli earlier than usual this inorn ingr At lifs valet Cavalier Mai vcstitl heard him moving nhunt in iih hechoom and ciiLcretl JTc found the Jopo already cinsssotl nd shaved His Holiness making the explanation IliaL lie wished lo hurry having a lot of work lo attend to Ueucivus Secretary i Xcvcrthcicsa ho Unelt Jn his privitc j chapel and piayed longer lliin usually J iftcrnarcis celebrating rrtHHS j Breakfast over ho received Cardinal Clasparrl and Monyiynor Ktigenio Pace Hi papal inmcfo at Herlin HEART ATTACK FATAL V HOW IN DKNUY A fnrnier seorelary of the nuvv Ijhviu Denhy iliiil suildeniy at his Octroil lionic lrlilay ninrn ELLON MAKES NEW ATTACK ON DEFICIENCY BHi Opposes Open Hearings on Tax Refund Matters HEART ATTACK BRINGS END AT DETROIT HOME One Time Cabinet Man Was Involved in Oil Scandal DETROIT Mich Feb S Denby lonnpc of iisivy and cme of ilio Cijj lives j lioIllicit career was abruptly Lcrmiu atcii by the Teapot Ucmy seuuiii tiled at his homes in th WliUHer japartmrnlH hove tliiw moaning 1 Death resulted fiiMM u licuri Ulik j Denby of the fig ures in public tifo nt the lime or Uin oil scuula1 years olil Whilo he had be on in puor hcillh Uinn jr cent unno unco menr T teatli lUis morning a MMliirL shock to bis hciv IlesiRiird From abinrl Following bis icsiKiirLtinn from cabinet the secretirv nf Lhe navy ns lie was tnnnnl L Detroit rti id vo PHI iiod his ba nkinx industrial anil lcgiJ AHho lie virtually was eoinpcUfM io i resign from the cabinet an i result of bfj Teapot Dome affair liejiby not fiUempt to place any uf Uie rosiun sibility WOR to him UTHMI I tlio shoulders of anyone cJso mainly fov ngrcrinp lo the nf 1 tho rival oil roservr lionby ils action hail hoen for Ilia inter ests of tlie count Ly arose usual slinvUy S oclock tills lint of tee I Ing in A physician was sum moned but before he coiilQ arrive tho former navy secretary ivaa dead orhij death wpre Ms wife and daughter Marian A on JSchvin te absent U seJiool InjMiIiir Detroit Flguri XorV1 Denby ns nvcryhndy npho knew him iveJJ referred in him one nf UIR most popular figures hi DC trails inrblio Jifn nntl i ho r i Hy nor TinriniKJin7 r f ho Ten TVb S incident ir the failure uf senate and luuiso and civir a ffiilvs UTVC pfvrn him to ocrce on rho first inimcrlintcly upon fifs return from arul a clav of iiiein lie recxniniacii alt papers con cerning the conciliation It Is learned there will bo J wo dis trict treaties of wilt deal with the solution of tlie HocaUct Roman Question The other much moro volutnniouFi will contain tho con cot thn first will have an Inter nal tonal character while tho aecoml will only with mid religious legislation in Jlaly Will He Senators HOME Jcb S of cioncy bill Hie mcasuro has KOIIP into a stalrt oC IcRlslalivo coma and there dofjlH ni lo its recovery in lime to fjfi marie a law at this session PrncticaJiy all tho reports about the nionsuccs for more than i week have no progicss n t I aTi nnrl now Secretary Motion uis rt11 With his attack upon it if b ration was yet By a tion from ho cabinet lilrtlulay Kcl I 1M to honor him COOLIDGE TELEGRAM Opposes A mend mentis secretary of ilio treasury has opposed Trom tho outset two amend ments aditcti ly tlio senate one to iu orcaso tlio fund for rn ircomtnt and nnoUior for open lioar on iirocopdfnf3 oil nil lax refunds In oxccss of In a letter made public in U ale yoslorduy hr directed Tiro on the amendment afforiting rOX Lb f sympathy wa t CoolUlKO t afl by day to Mrs slmnl former loiu snul His Mfo iiiK i f f i tn Inarn or tl 1 the piT aii on tstan refunds and group of cnvdinalf and irchlLs Iho plclurp ls as senators is cxjiccted lo he QTIIJ of thfi first rosulls of tlie signing ofjlhal it was iho concordat Ijctwecn the viticin and i the I tat in n govcrntncnt which will take place afternoon at thn This will conform to custom prior to the rrmluro oC 11 in clmreh and Italia Bovortnneiit in 1SJO Knd of the popes selfimprisonment probably vdll not take place until Easter Some believe then lie will choose to celebrate in ass either at tho Church of St John Latcran some it hn sai Hint I mother nt tho new first timesreferred to ns the church of Christendom or church oC St Qharles whcrp nt ly ordalncrt pdest ho said his HSR years ngo Ponding pnblicntion of tlio eoneord ntr Hi ore is some speculation an to1 just xvhat changes acceptance of tlie I TURN TO PAGE 1 COLUMN of procedure tone thrti j tn ti x ixfinyls in miinl I Urrirult lo whrrn I fins oiiltl ljtproutrly In The secretary of the urasiirr cil that i was mistaamne to Rpcak of tlin uracoduro ns a spciet ojir and contcndod thai the disclosure of the finnncin position tif nnw and Flrusgliiiff corncnationn Tiiifiht result in thrlr ruin at tiic hands of business rivals hifi Iinnin ilv his stato nml v ho1 in hi of alitirs nT horivi atil niiitil wir lll his nrul 1 tiudoavod hln fan inpnlEi y Came fs Rendv to Begin Prison Term Wnlilil Senator McKeMar Tennessee who sponsored the hearing amendment has declared that he would bo willing to have bii proposal changed to pr vide for one public hearing on refunds j and this may lead lo a compromise Xo nrreemcnt on the J2 for sepniorl in ATLANTA Un R ton P Cacnns erstwhile tho liniiio mission hoird nf the SoiHi cm Baptist convention who faces five to jGVcn year risoji t3rjn wii joxpcetnl o slart fr tiip slatn farm nt morrow Cirnos ivns tn Tirlp tio hom1 st honls hut vlocs will nnt liRTiord today or ciiiEj held DRIFTING SNOW AGAIN IN ROADS Plows Forced to Make An other Round of Highways in County TUKN TO 1 COMJMN Jose Toral Will Be Executed on Saturday SlliXICO CITS Veb S noiifKeinrnt uas mafio today rliat Ioso do lctm Toral asKjissiu of Prrsidcul Klot iihreEoti will be clcelroculfij nt noon w SIOUX CITY IVb H Thir IPOM zfrn iviis rrrnrclnl hcrr Mic ccililnsl of Tho drifting of MKMV ino liighwa hursilny np trtfftr I iin ronds KricJny rnJ i nni l for tlio ctmnlv gnin iho roinuls Tho U tip in toniporatmp lo rors hflluu xrio durint tlio f l liuvcling difficult iji Mother Who Killed Two Sons Is Given j Hearing on Insanity j CUlKOlf Feb S ofj j Mrs John Hrrber Jr her ninall sons Woilnesdny at her j home in iilliur and then tried to talcni lirr litV nan ti ini day hefDro Ihc county sanity commis sion hnrr aiulioritirs arc not inclined to pvos murder charges against her t was intllralcd that ir she Is found insane bile will lo tj lie ilatf hospital nl CUiriniln AViti 11 Jicrberin a houpltal 1 horn Icsliiiinny before the conamiR j siunrrs was started yiMlevday 8ll luirii Called in allcr tho trusniy said Mrs drclniod she bad the j ol to Idll lirslt and wanted to take her hoyf wjtli licr ifsi that sho linrl adt lrpn in 111 hrnllh sinio vhn llath ol H baby IIMJ muiulis aso i AUNT HET Ry Robert Quillen ft Amys chiklreii would liave better manners if shed take thai book on child psy chology an uso it as n paddle   

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