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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa i R North Iowas Edited for the Home agon AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVB CENTS PBH COPT ASSOCIATED FINAL EDITION1 PRESS LEASED WIHE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 1929 AND SUPPLEMENTAL RAL IS EXECUTED IN MEXICO Pl v t r j Britains King Removed to Seashore jij y HOPE BREEZES wm Rogers Keyes Conspiracy OF OCEAN WILL HELP MONARCH Ruler Feebly Waves His Hand at Crowds Along Roadway BULLKT1N liOGNOIt Sussox EME Feb 9 Cieorgc slowly recover ing fiiini He long siege of illness which lias stricken him was safe ly roinuvcd to Craigvveil house near iicro tuiluy ii order to IllMerit from he sea breeze Queen Mary xvas on hand to re ceive her husband having trav eled from Buckingham palace by a shorter route So reached Craigneil house at in pientv of time to prepare for tlie arrival of tho liing f ONDON Feb 0 George today left the room wliero he has lain ill sfiico late In last November to undertake a motor trip to a home by the seashore at Bognor Sussex where lie hoped to regain his health Thousands wafted outside Bucking ham palace for a siglit of the ruler who at stages ot his illness was very near deaths door Tlieir wait and holies were re warded when thru the raised blinds on each side of the royal ambulance his majesty his hand Will Rogers Says NEW YORK Feb Every day now stocli market faw down no boom and a funny fl was on account the flu If it had flu up t h o y wouldnt liave liad to call it oCC on account oC the Ilti but as H flu dowri ivhile cvr erybody lias to around Saturday a n d set ready for not only tho flu Monday b 11 t maybe 1 n e u WILL ROGERS B30 whore Ilcnin asked for a seriate Investi gation Tbjs crash coming on the same day as the pope becoming Tree dont look sood to Tom Yours WILL P Wont be long now till Gnmdy will start drawing divl dends Copyright 192D Later after the big black srbon with every modern left the palace Queen Mary herself entered a waiting car and was whisked thru tire throngs on her way to Bognor She wag to tako n short cut and lie it Craigwett house In time to greet her husband when he should arrive Tho open blinds of the ambulance afforded the waiting crowds a good view of the king as he rode out the palace gates and in front of its grounds down the main road He could j be seen lying propped np on a nar row bed close to one side of the am bulance a pale wan figure Tho ravages whlch his long struggle had wrought on his person were no ticed and were not lost on the His rnajesty wns seen to smile as tho people cheered then to raise his hand and wave slightly The gesture was a faint oite and the venweak 11053 of the action brot renewed cheers of sympathy from tho crowd Tvvri rhysfainiis in Attendance T5y tho kings side could be seen n nurse sitting comfortably By his chauffeur sat Hewlett his valet Behind tiG ambulance was another MIwith the two physicians Xrrd Duvson of Penn nnd Sir Stanley Oilier cars with nurses and at tendants followed among ther6 hsing rmc conlnining fovuSt Tohns ios 1ital ambulance mon had cariied the king from his bedroom to the Tvnitinp motor VlmoKt cvory class of his majestys subjects rich anel poor aliUe was rcp TO PAGE 8 COITJMN S OWEN D YOUNG MENTIONED TO HEAD EXPERTS American Shies at Honor and Awaits Coolidge Approval pARlS Feb 9 committee of experts which nns gathered hero to lako up tiio great problem of rep ui Lions rovision gut under way today with an informal session at the Bank of Franceduring which the question of n permanent ulmirnmn was the most Important to conn HO Thcro was a strrnt feeling that Owen D Young1 of the unofficial American rlclcgraUoit should tuivo that post and it was scmioCCicially lea ncd ui tho closo of sgsiGn ttiat President Coolidge is to have Iho final say whether Youngsluuld accept the WORLD COURT MISSION REPRESENTS POPE Kliliu Root former secretary of state who wilt sail soon for Emorio i stiidj the ilesiriliility of tlie statutes nf tltc uci inaiinni court of internationaJ jus tice Tlie IOWA FORECAST Fair Snturrtny niglit and proh aiiiiay slowly rising temper ntiire LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGaacUe figures for 21 hour period ending at S oclock a ni Saturday Ilifflicst Friday 2 All ova lowest in Night 195 Below At 8 A M Saturday 17 Below A winters record it was Friday nights mtnJmum of 305 below was 1 rlegrco colder than tliat oC Jan 12 Saturday morning the wind was brisk ly out tho northwest and atho the sun was shining valiantly thcro wasnt even a remote prospect ot any thing nmountlnff to suHrincBS By 11 oclock a m tho mercury In r Mie tljcrmomctcr had rllmboj to 5 zero presidency In Iho course of tho discussion pf tho preliminary measures or organiza tion Jean Tarmenticr dele gate asUctl recognition oC the tem porary chairman J5mllo Mcirenv gov ernor of the Bank of France a ml iro IJOSCL Young permanent chairman Notes Wlsli noted American expert who played so prum tnent a pnrtin tho development of llui f a m o u K JDawes p 1 a n demurred raying that in oC a ment nttribnted to resident Coolidgrc i feiv days ago that a European and not an Amer ican del t e should bo chair he felt he could not accept 3Io proposed in stead another dole gate Alberto Pirelli Jtalinn delegate is understood to have been the man suggested hy Young Signer Pirelli expressed npprccia lion of the honor but insisted that Votings nomination should be made unanimous The 3 ullicd and Her man delegates then hinted that per Fitzmaiirice Koehl Attend Barons Rites Berlin Cathedral Crowded by Admirers of Von Huenefeld BI3IUIX Feb famous Ihroc rmiMkclcors of lite ah Who Triced death logctlier on llicir hnxavd ous flight across tlio north AtlanUc todny were uritcd for tlic ast time ill the hior of Cavon Von lliicnefeia gitllnnt driving force be lilntl thnt historic journey The KvaliECllcal cathedral was crowded to the lust standing this ifteinoon wlicn fivo niinutos before the opening of tlie funeral service lie lithe figure of Mxj Tames Fitz iniuricc In tho uniform ot the Irish rce State and the stocky figure ot llcvman Ivoclil in navy Mne air craft unifonn wearing the American dislinsulshcd flyins cross appeared in the altar niche and ranged tliemsclves to llin left and risht of their dead uoiiiradcs coffin Air Aces Talus PlncK Four incmbcrx oC tlio steel liclmet of former service men and four German air aces tlicn tooU plncrs behind ind Ivoclil Thorn were many sobs audible as the crowded church gave expression to its emotion nt tho touching incident tlie church tolled 2 oclock OWEM D YOVNG DEFENDANT MAY BE GIVEN TERM IN SAN QUENTIN Former Prosecutor Says He Will Appeal From Verdict T OS ANGELES Feb 3 J1 his cell in the county jail ASU Keycs today di reeled liis fight LCI ey cane imprisonment The former district attorney of Los Angeles Bounty was convicted here last night with Ben Getzotf and Ed Rosenberg of conspiracy to bribe Tho jury of ten women and men after deliberating three and one half hours upheld tho states charges Unit Keycs received and otli cr consklerntions for lax prosecution of fraud cases AH three defendants who xvilJ be sentenced Monday announced they would appeal If a new trial is not granted The penalty for conspiracy to bribe is one to 14 years The bribery case grew out oC Hie collapse here in May 1 927 oC the Julian Petroleum corporation when R wag discovered tliat about StOQOQOQOC worth of spurious stock had been sold tothe public f Due to Burfon IJast November Buiton Fltts lieu tenant erovernor of California was elected district attorney of Los Ansre Ins K county on an anticorruption platform Soon after he look office a Brand jury bojjan an investigation of alleged corruption here Six per sons includingKoycs Getzoff and Rosenberg were indicted The former prosecutor his wife nnd laughters took the stand in his Ie tense Keycs admitted having visited Get AOfEs Joivntown tailor shop fretiueiitl y for drinks saying that the tailor was an old friend He denied that hej tad accepted any money to bis action as prosecutor but admitted 1 during tho week it will dispose of the that lie had taken an automobile frtftn npproiirlrilion bills nt this session Cnnlfniil Piofro GJISDEUTI vnpiil seurntary of will represent Plus when the f reafv settling the Kuinaji quest ion is on Premier Mussolini ivill slffn ort helialf of Kinf Victor Budget Bills Last Job of Congressmen Black Wants to Know Whether Board Conferred With English Banker MERCURY SINKS TO NEW RECORD OF 195 BELOW Temperature Reaches One Degree Below Former Minimum TUIIS ueuther man demonstrated KrJ day night Uiat the lamia ry cold wove did not brJnjr him to the end of liis resources The GlobeGazette thermometer showed n minimum of Iflii degrees below zero for the night uno degree colder than tlu1 record for Lhirt AVInter up to thai tino By S oclock Saturday morning LTic i mercury registered 17 degrees lie low I oro As tlio day went on the temper aturo rose slowly The lushest tenrjer ill ure for Friday 1 degrees above XCLO IJespite the intense coUl the suovv plows under lite direction of ll fJ county engineer wern cov onus the main highways complfUini Lho task started Krklay ot clcrtriiip away the newly drifted snow and widening tracks oti the main biglv ways The extent to which temperatures may vary nveii in within a radius of r miles AVEIS demonstrated Friday night when the official thermometer at the hect sugar plant nortli of the city registered 26 below xevt G5 iie grecs lower than thft rending At Charles City tho niinl niinn was 0 below Webster Cily in EXECUTED MSK lUOX TOKVL TIio slayer of freside Olirceoii i Mexico Iuse dc Toral paid nilh his lifn btfore it tirhiK squad lit noim liULLKTlX WASHINGTON n huiuiry inlo whether Iho furl era I reserve IxKiril uon tarred wilh fm tovernnr nf Mm IfcmTE of Kngliiml during this month hnfnri llic warning Joints was proposed today in a resoItilJim iiilrntliiccil by Keprusoi Inlivo ttladf democrat New Yorli WASHINGTON Kcb 9 con up the pace it has set intlher tlirection liad a minimum ot 2i lie low CoWesl ot Winter DBS MO1NES Feb 8 num befotvToTvatcities reported last night tho coldest or the winter COUNTY HEALTH UNIT PLAN IS BROT TO HOUSE Bill Would Provide for Twentyfive below nothing reported by two cities comes close to being the oldest temperature in the stale for the win tor It the lowest for Te places incl dm coldest lit he stale for The low mark was It bcloiv at Decorali on Dec 35 Webster City juul TJoono both re SLAYER OF GEN OBREGON PAYS WITH HIS LIFE Youth Faces Firing Squad Outside Federal Pen itentiary MEXICO CITY Feb 0 de Leon Toral slayer of Presi dentElect Alvarp executed by a firing scjuad at p m central standard time The execution took place hi the courtyard of the federal penitentiary on the outskirts of Mexico City It had been planned to carry out the death sentence at noon but the time was changed to p m Toral met ilealh bravely lie marched with firm step ami alone to a place before the firing sciuud oC 15 men The shots rang out ttimiedialely and he fell forward whereupon llio commander of tho squad fivcd the cus tomary coup de grace The condemned mart woro a black coat covering a sweater black striped trousers and a cap Cpon taking hia place in front o the firing scivmd ho look oCt the cip and held it in hia lett hand Then he raided Ills right hand to cover his Employment of Nurses and Director DES MOJXES health work tailor ns Hotisciiold a loan Curnitviro bad been for the Keycs homo said hru Gctsioff becMUisc the latter had TO 8 COlUMN Mrs Fokker Dies in Fall AS me enured uciis tonctt OCLOCK Karon TJiricli Von Sell rcproyenUngj T Q he fonner Jenifer entered the altar JL L J Jl CO nirlic from the vcstrr n wreath of white roses which Ho de Police Claim Wife of Ail pnsitcd at the liiev Then followed a plane Designer Commit ted Suicide procession thru the of fifty flap bearers central aisle representing student patriotic monarchist Kast Prussian and other fraternities and societies These ranged themselves NEW YORK Fet dozed in Iho iviJl ho free to consider Mie tariff farm relief mid anything else deculcd on at lie special yeaston Other measures may fail but ap propriation bills must be passed if Itic is to function If any arc left over from the seventieth congress will be first on the cal endar at tho next session Two supply bills were passed ycs lovday one in onch house The senate disposed of tlio war department nicas lire lint it artded some amendments i the house must approve before the legislation toes to the president The house passed Tlie naval supply bill and now il goes to the senate The president has sisniHl two ap propriation bills four are in confer ence with lie war department hilt on Us way to ijonferenee The house has eight appropriation measures Feb 9 in rural communities uould be administered by county units under a legislative proposal under consideration today In the owa house Optional employment by counties of nurses and welfare workers Ig pro ported the 26 below readings while posed i the house committee on pub Tort Dodge and llumboldt said the sillic health by the state department of very fluid dipped to 22 below Charles liealtli A model bill was urged at a Cily saw the mercury stop at 29 boPublic lienrtns yesterday low and iHasOit City at bcloiv JDes J T3ie roiinty unit plan advocated by Moincs loo had the coldest night of Dr Henry Albert stale health com the year but it was fairly warm in comparison only lo below KcuUuI was warmer still 1 below City said 35 bo low and DIJ iQUc Ji anil Davenport 0 The weather man said it would be some varmci Saturday nCternoon and not so colt Hunday1 13y 10 oclock iis morning the mercury had risen to G below here and the government weather bureau Hiiiil it might KO tip or 0 degrees more he Core n refill in Chicago CHICAGO Koh II unex pected wave ilosryntied the Chicago district today ciuisiuy the death of one man 11 unil rods sought poiiro nnl weU fiire stations far wtrmlh and aijpiHl I Amis 1 tchil litt n pHYins tvjtiiov found fro7011 10 dci i h in liis yard this moruins While Her n room Mrs anrl ias ony onc lcft Hint for TURIN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 I Anthony II G Fokker either jumpcl llivc expenses Thn senate IKIS HOOVER TO BE EDISON GUEST PresidentElect Prepares to Continue Quest for Tarpon MIAMI REACH Fla Fob 3 im expression of Uieu earnest jIrcsldBiilEicct Hoover Cor the thirfl or fell to death nfffht fronra windaw oC their fifteenth floor apart ment on Kivcrsido drive The airplane designer awoke when a maid whom Mrs Foklcer had sent for a glass of water rcturncdtto the room a moment aflcr hig wife fell Police listed the case as a suicide n1 tho Herbert Kecd secretary and treas urer of the Fokker Airplane company lied a statement saying Mrs Folt r haU been subjoet to fainting spells il probably was overcome when she wish that Young accept the chairman Flifp be conveyed to Presiden to which the comnnttco Young to It thfit tho British or French cnibusny at Washington will make tho necessary call at the while hot so today and a reply Is expected Tefore I he commit too meets Cor its first official session Hfomtay after noon It learned tliat per sonal desires toward tho chatrman TUUN TO TAfilfi H COltAIN 1 WEATHER NEXT WEEK lor the upper Mississippi nnd lower Missouri valleys ami northern and central great plains mostly near normal in south portion but ralher cold in north portion Not much precipitation indicated time inless than three weeks lie has been in Florida prepared to set out today from his preinangural home on Belle Isle on a trip that has n two fold attend the llrtliJny anniversary celebration of Thomas A Hdlson at Fort Mycivi Monday and lo try his luck a I tarpon fishing on llie Florida west coast Accompanied by Mrs Tfouvor Mr and Mrs Hdgar Kicard of York the next chief pxccullvc will motor to a point near Long Key for llie voyage around the end ot the state to Fort Myers He will be wel Oincd to the houseboat Saunterer by its owner Jeremiah Mttbank of Xew York eastern treasurer of the repub lican national committee Arriving oft the west coast cily probably Sunday Mr and Mrs lloov cr will RO ashore about noon Monday for tlic luncheon at the JSdlson estate where the presidentelect also will greet two other old friends Henry anil has Iho naval supply bill Itie District appropriations bill run thai c expenses yet before il Illinois Governor to Help Chicagoans in Financial Tangle Union Business Agent in Chicago Is Shot nuspioncr would permit the appoint ment of uonnty boaiils of Jjcalth and wclfuro tlie incriibors tto hff s cine Loci hy local orsanizaiions llhc llcallli A health ihvnclor witli supervisory duiLcij uoiiKJ bo otnpljjycd in rach coun ty as wclfa re wovlccrn an J nurses To cacJi county is Jcft ihn tie clainn is to how extensive a program if any woulil ho tjnderlnlvcti The joint committee on nppropna tlons oC hotiHfi and senate heard for mer IuJjo losso Milloi and others in fphnlf of t propuHa to 5U 100000 for a stnto judicial to he ere ut oc on tJic rjpitol ITI DPS loimn Mayor Sic wart Gil man of Sioux City prefillunt Allssnuvi Riv or JjRVolupnirnT appeared oforo tlio juint romminrti on appro prialions of house and scnatycstnr to uiso a staio appropriation of I i for promotion work conucctod I with coiircss3onal aid ill improve TLltN PAGE 8 COLUMN CHICAGO Feb 9 I hmmcrsun and other state officials had invited Jo n conference today or the financial problems oC Cook ccunly municipalities Tho meeting1 was called by Alder man Joseph B McTJonough chairman ot a council committee on city loans nnd deposits and was to discuss bank ers HiiKgeijIioiiH renaldin Kilo of tax anticipation Nervous Patients Carried Jiuinrf X Cuator nleiti tvojsui cr anil I chairman uf Iht1 wont to the window 3Tc j termed Iho aii unfortunate accldnnt FIRE THREATENS 20 IN HOSPITAL Safety Two Nurses Overcome CHICAGO ffeb 9 Kcc business npcnt for llic Inlcnui lional Union or Operating Kngineers siiot to death tutlay as ho was Knlkins niong tlio strcol wilh a cumj lanion A youth saw tho lvvo men ar Smlilcnly ono man drew a pistol pressed it against 1hf otlui side anil fired The Rsnltiinl Tied LABOR PARTY TO WIN AGAIN School Teacher Likely to Add New Seat in British Commons ioiti and S Firestone CiriCAGO Kfb v ticnts were carried to safety by nurses Kites lOl 1 OlmCl Wells and two patients were overcome by smoko and later revived today after I Ale Held R LhlCaKO Hro liafl rolon out in the south wiiif i or the Chicago sanitarium for nervous I KltlSTKIl Minn fu and Insane patients in South Prairie neraI in ChicaHo for Herman Kwalil DENBY FUNERAL TO BE MONDAY Officials High in Govern ment to Attend Rites at Detroit j DiOTRolT Job Denny former ace re ta ry he n n v y u j i o de I y ea tc r day morning in his sleep be held at the Christ church at 11 i a m Mondny Members of official life in tho ndministrallons of ITardintj CooHcigu nre expected to ATrfiKOses r coiifiotonccs tm3 syini ipatliy the fnnilly f former sne 11 rtai y have been IT reived fro hiinj 1 cirodij of persons wirh whom IIP iunl tjrcit associated in army marine tnrj navy Jroin IVesifJont j to Mr IlonbyH shlpmalcsi of I S S Viwcrnltn Hecrolary Wit for thn navy and Mtj ion rfohu heart just as the Knots rang out Rapid The execution took place so tiulckly that the small group of spectators al most entirely composed oC newspaper men amiheld back about 200 fset from the place of the execution scarce Jy had a ffood ffllnipse of Toral be fore his body Toll to tlie fjronnd Just ns tlie shots ranff ant Toral starter a orv Tfe did not finish the word but II known that intpiidnd to rry Crtsto Hey or Lone Clirist Kin IJcith cut the ficntcnco sliori SVenc of iNTany Ioral tacn to rhn sncfudcd xtii of Jhe penitciuiary nnd sluoil ftTc a iilc of siind bags lienped in front oT tho bullet marked ival many oibrr men had gone l death After if Icli ins forward to 1 IIP ground the body twituhod but the raplain of the tirint atiuad n I 1 y s e ppotl Tu r vva rd and f i red a Timil ihnt so far uonld lo nlrcivril Iorals death wns rxLiotnely iniicU if not A rrowd of scvornl tliouHand WAX outsido tiin pcnitontiary when the ocution tooK pUure but was IirW a block from tlio buiMinc by military police fixed a of several lum 1 iud pninofl o tiio i penitentiary hrUL hi nn on tor patio and only oO iinr 1 milled in thru soveral cor I Kelors to tho where wis executccL InuDCdialely after firing atiuad had finished its work Tlio body VHR taken to I penitentiary niotxiif 11 13 undorsioud lluit it will ho i i v e m rl la Toinls ivife or mother some Umr I1 the next ciplit Jiours Motficr in JaH In llic hospital of tho at the time of Ibo ox ecu t Ian Mother Concepclon cciitcnectl to m years imprisonment ag tho intollcr ual author of tho Obreffon aasusalTia lion The Iiospital Is withtn tho pound of rifle shoig in tlic execution piouiiil Captnin nodnsrurr RablcKt TLRN TO PAGK 8 COfCMN Spcwal alarins wero to brinp extra five npiinrnius 10 fig lit tlic flames in the stntctnrc sepuiatc fiont other buildings hold Friday He was a former resident ft 31 is stui KIdu 01 s Dak and T D Uob ortson of went to for 4 tho fimoral 7OX Kct The lahnr l idniost ccrniii add one more viftory to thn HI il lias alrnatly j won in 5fi bye elcrlions Im dry seals since JlVM j In North lanark the death nf HlrA for thn irorps of Sprot conseivalivo member oxpiTKsed sympathy jit nwssagcs nf iarllamenl hay no mo DO close to niut 1 r M cocnux WlhrcW Kill tlio laljor a Christ Llnuvli The T S S Voso cinilldnlo in Miss JonmLfrc school nlilo jilioaul Mr Dnnby served loncliciiuirt v ooil miner llio SpniiisiiAnicilmh wiv as has cnnvasant simncvs niatf will rumtSLnta uouylj lives AUNT HET By Robert Quillen just two kinds o women tlicm that done to their faces an them that wants somelhin done to thciv floors
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