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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY OL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT FINAL EDITION MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 1 1929 UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 123 WILBUR IS NAIVP CIRCUIT JUDGE ha einri MGURNS GIRL FRIEND IS NEW FIGURE IN CASE Murder Charges Will Be Filed Against Machine Gun Expert BULLETIN CHICAGO March 3 members of the gang ot Scarface Al Capune whom ihe police de clare liavo been connected defi nitely with tlie killing ot seven members ofilie Moran gang Feb 14 were described by thoir attor ney today as goats selected to al loir tlie police to make a show ing March 1 crim son picture flead men painted in blood on a garage floor two weeks ago had superimposed upon Us ugly outlines today the slim smart beauty ot Lulu Lou Jack McGurna blonde alibi McGurn was in jail held without charge in the massacre case so was Roscoe Panelli who surrendered yes terday But Lulu Lou Rolfe held in the womans quarters ot the police station was the most picturesque per sonality among tho only persons thus far arrested n connection with the eeven murders Out north on Addison street 5 year old Berneda played blueeyed curly haired Berneda daughter oE Louise 1 Rolfe by a shortlived manlogo that took place when Lulu Lou was ot jjjiigli school age She lives with her srandmother Louise Holfes mother Dressed the mother type aiie is modish sophisticated slender Ind bejewelled She wore a sciulrrel oat when arrested with McGurii in suite at the Hotel Stevens AVednes Vlay Her dress was of black crepe with Swaledale 39 Sheffield 28 SLAIN GANGSTER ONCE LIVED IN ESTHERVILLE ESTHERVTLLE March unusual coincidenre was revealed here by the discovery rm senburger of the sel n tang stcra recently slain in a Chicago feud was once a cook in ville While hero Dusenburger went under the name of Gordon altho he told a few of his friends here they say that lio had also been called Dusenourger Dusenberger was in EsthervlHe In 1914 working in the Elite cafe of which Ed Stiuba was the propri etor TIio Elite cafe was located where the office of the EsthervUlo KVswa now stands Duscnburgcr was considereded a man of regular habits while liere m 1 PS tcollar of white lace and touch ea of white at tho wrists A rope of imitation pearls with which toyed while being interviewed hung from her neck Yet with all her sophistication her in the artifices of makeup her complete complacence and even nprca demeanor there in about this 22 year old woman a touch of a tulness that is not so alien to motlier TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 3 IOWA FORECAST Probably itglit simw Friday niiclit Sutiirdny niuslly clouiy Not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGnzette wentlier figures Tor J4 hour period ending at S oclock a m Friday JTiffliest Thursday 29 Almve Jxwest in Night 3 Aliovfl At g A M Friday 15 Abovo March maiio a peaceful entrance as February nn extremely impetuous month slunk away into history Thursday brut a maximum tempera ture jiiat slightly under the melting poijit anfl altho tlio wind from the north Friday morning there was a bright sun an5 a rosy outlook for fur ther mild wcfltlier The snow lovet in thia section of tho atato wag figured flt About inches Plans Nearly Completed for Hoover Inaugural SURE AND NOT SO SURE One of the most likely possibilities for Hie secretaryship of nRricul ture in the Hoover eaWnct ns the day of inauguration flrnws near is Danta Pierce of ls Jloinei iiulilisder rf the Iowa Ilamcstcnd Jlr Pierce Is iu WashinRton now and he has been in conference with the presidentelect on two or three occasions Air Iicrcc petsonnl friend of Hoover performed valuable service for him in the ciunpaifin To the right is William Mitchell St Paul present solicitor gen eral who was appointed attorney general Mr Mitchell born in Winona Minn Central School Still in Postoffice Site Race VICTORS SPRING SURPRISE LAND IN SEMIFINALS Sheffield Defeated Cha pin 36 to 28 in Morn ing Contest CWALEDALE earned the right to enter lie semifinals when it up set the dope by boating Sheffield 39 to 28 Friday afternoon in the fastest game yet played in the class B tourna ment The Sheffield capers playingtheir second game in little more than two hours seemed unable to muster the snap which they displayed In defeat ing Cliapin In the morning same Swalcdale playing it first game since Thursday evening combined team work with accurate baslet shootingto win the game Sheffield made a desperate bid for victory in the third quarter when it advanced its scare to within two bas kets of the opponents Trailing 27 to 13 early in the third quarter the Shef fiold cagevs cut down the lead making the count 2Sto 24 This was the closest they came to winning am Swaledalo continued to outplay them aa Shefrtoias spurt faded Telegrams From Haugen COMPROM SE ON 1 pervismg Architect LIQUOR ITEM IS THOT POSSIBLE Senate Will Accept Sum of 3 Million Jones Bill Is Passed March 1 A compromise between the senate and house on an increase in prohibi tion funds was In prospect today as senate conferees in the dispute of fered to accent a 53000000 increase In placo oC the previously voted The house has proposed an in crease In dry funds oc The compromise pro posed at a Conference on the two defi ciency appropriation bills with the con sent oC Senator democrat Georgia the author of the 54000000 dry fund provision Another conference wu called for later in the tiny ainJ the house spokesmen returned to thoir chamber to sound out sentiment there on the proposition Both Kills in Conference After Senator Harris had won liis fight for in the senate the first deficiency bill in which it incorporated was abandoned Presi dent Coolidge then recommended an ircreasf of 27M000 The house ac cepted this and incorporated in it the second deficiency measure Both bills arc now in conference be tween the senate and house They car ry more than for i variety of federal projects thrnont about the country CHAPIN LOSES OUT Tlie west of Central school grounds as a possible sito for the feO eral building1 lo bo erected City renuiins in the running News of tins1 was contained hi two tclcgrnnis received from n e present a live G X Ilaujjou In response to quer ies as to whether definite fw the had been formulated Tlie message from Mr Haugen react aa fol lows Advised bj jupcrvisingr architect fof tlie postoffice department that plans and specificationshave not advanced to the extent of eliminating1 consider ation of tho school site 340 feet by 204 feot I have forwarded to the secretary oC the board oC education full information relative to the methods of selectingpos toff ice sites Understand however square buildings preferred Knergetii steps are planned by those favoring the schoolhouso site to convince powtoOUe authorities that ideal for the pro fronting on three Sheffield eliminated Cliapin favored team from1 further compe tltion in the class B tournament ly de feating it 3G to 23 in the final game o the Friday morning1 session and smooth pass ing were factors that contributed to tlie ShtiCficltl victory Tho half ended 22 to in Shcf fioJda favor arid an easy victory secined assured Aa tho third ciuartcr opened however tho Chaphx teahi nmda a few of theirshots take effect and for a time it looked as tho Chapin overcome the Sheffield lead Scores Needed Sheffield retaliated by scoring1 overjtimo its lead threatened apital City s Decorated or Ceremony Coolidge Wont Ride in Par ade to Hurry Home to Northampton YL7ASHI2CGTOX March 1 Bunting red whito and blwe like trange flowers suddenly blooniing oul stone and b vie k d rap es cap t al juifdfngs Tho city has become a city of proudly flying1 flags On Pennsyl vania avenue there is the incongru ous sight ot crudo wooden stands built on unpainted lumber Every itv pniina1 train brings its group of vis tors The inauguration ot Herbert Hoover as the thirtyfirst prpsident of he United States is only three days away Four years the city outwardly was much tho same Bunting draped jrick and stone buildings tings flying and every trnin brot Us gr of today Calvin Coolldge president of the United Stateg is pre paring to go backto the quiet town of Northampton Mass lie will not even wait to ride up 1ennsylvania avenuo with his succes sor after the inauguration but will go to the train almost directly of tor Her bert Hoover takes the oath aa pres dent Herbert Hoover was secretary of commerce four years ago He ltad been mentioned for the presidency had even been pit in noinimition at a republican convention He got much applaufia from tho galleries but feu votes from tlie Heady to Quit Chuvlea GvDawes vies president n the United Stales today uas also pre paringto Icavo Washington He plan to Icavo for Evans ton UK Mondaj Rvenhiff He will 3iot go unnoticed bu four years HKO he way drawing almos much attention as tho president TJis Tame as a banker soldier and n user oC tho expression Holl ZMaria1 in moments stress Imd pre ceded him and due notice hnd Vicen taken of one of his clusest compin ions an underslung pipe The senate was in session thfin hut it could not foresee tlutt Uawes wa TLRX TO J COLUMN I this property jected building streets and brine the center of tin business section a TURN TO IAGK COLCMX 8 v block from JONES BILL PASSES March J AJJ piovcrt by hotli tho Jones bill today needed only tho prraidcius signature to hecotno The rucas 11 re was pawcxi by tho honso ycsler Jay by the onesiilci vote oC 2S3 to no The hill provides as a inuximnm pcnnlty for t firHt violation oC Iho pro hlhltion laws flin years In prison or a fine or 10000 or bolli TJiseretlon nry power is given federiil judges to discriminate between minor and major offenders Introduced by Senator Jon publican Washington the m prohnbly he only one iliirins tlie session in whicli UK issue I j TtHN IACIS 2 COfVMN rej MARSHAL OTEY WALKERS BACK AGAIN Tills iimn lies c innneiiriiliun ii whimsical style Ihr 1n rfoiiiiKf S i n n I K y Itis Illha nil Js tf his frolic Turn iu TURN TO SPORT PAGE Additional accounts of A and B granies plnyed Tliursilajeve ning and Friday moniinff irmy be found on HID sport age this igstio oC the GIoljoGazetle With nliout two minutes o play and a Ital of 10 potntn tho fhst team vas taken out and tho second string nion Chuftln sliot one field goal agaiiiat fno Hccondi SlieCfield is now favored lo go to tlie nnaJs of tho tournament attor harins defeated Chajiiu JL iiuint thai was giv on tlie cilse in Jire touinaiuent doje I3y gamo Friday fore noon Sheffield won Hie riRlit to meet Siraledale JVidaj afternoon BOX SCORE Shpfffcld 36 Culver f Ibmlcp f Kainnilor f Sliirtnn f r Mpypr c FG 3 l Mrliiifrr s Tolul ciuiniii Sriitl f Sohaller f K Kiphnrl 1C J llhiituSi1 11 FT IK 1 Tnliil II n 11 SubsItnlions IluwUs for Cnlvrr Starfim for KaiiiiJiJor Meyer for ri Iiardt Davidson for Ilnw Ksslingrr fur Srhaffcr tl icphart fur Srott Vmi ness for Schaller Butchers Murder Trial Is Started at Carroll 1 Atnroh 1 sc i Trci ion of ihrt jnry complcud yester day witnossrs for tho p rose cut ion wove in tstliy toIny in the triil uf Divid Smith 4S UiJb setmut fieprcn nimdcr of Xick his ftiniilwytr Feb J1 Will Rogers KEXV YORK Fclx was just sitting down to write to yon saying thnt I bet the inlnule Ijind beruhs nrm was ablelie would Lake Miss Morrow and fly again And hrre is the paper aayiiig he did that very thins today I knew be would and thats Juat another cx aniple of that boy doingthe thins1 Flying is Jind herghs busLiioss lie spent years rfcctinii him self at it Ke ctuse he tipa WILL ROGERS over on liia nose nce out of a mil lion a jot of editorial writers starL howling about it This thing of talking about somebodys Hfc too to in ah Ifl not onlytho hunk but its an insuIt to tho nien we ask o do otic flsing anj joilys life come in to lie any more valuable than anybody rlsos Aint life just as precloiiH to ono is to another have hoard thut cant spare you altitude litl we i lot of men in this country who arc to to roplaoe you 3rfore your folks got home from tho i iinorat wo bravo Lintly you ire bigger tonight than you ever kViin before ii nd ttials saying a lot And bravo little Anii you have ioljfd aviulton inoro loday you will And Mr and M rs Morrow blcnu your hparts Ior yotir Jielp ThaVs why you gave your tlriughler to iiim you knew could take riuo of her K flying is dangerous pstss a law and slop H but dont diiiilc our na tion ho t wren a class I bat should fly and one thnt shouldnt Avia tion is riot n fil Its a ncrossiiy and nil bo our mode of travel long after all tbr people who nre too valuable to fly have mot their de sired iloaths by the randsidrs on Sunday al ternoojiA Vours KEEPING THE ROADS OPEN The problem confronting state highway commission and Iouniy nu ilinrifles In Isecpimr tho roiiilN of North Iowa clenr nf snow this winter is to lie observed in this picture It shows tho big hloiver plow operated by iho stale highway commission ripping into a drift on the Clear Lake road just west of the county farm Snow from this blower is Innled almost a half block when there is a favorable wind The device has proved of inestimable value in opening the worst stretches of road Almost all inches of snow have fallen this winter a greater amount than in any recent year according to weather bureau records This week the snow level has been in excess of 35 inches This picture reniarknbla for ils shun lines was taken by Dr It C HigRins of Mason City HartParr Planning to Hire 1000 Extra Men Harles City However Must Be Able to Supply 500 More Homes CHARTJES Starch will pbe added to th worltlnff force at the com panys tractor plant here with con sequent increase in the payroll approxhnatoly annually fine investment of other immonse in factory expansion provided the city can offer JiOO additional bomen and to teiij apartment buildinprs to care for the present whortaye and the added according to a state incnt rjtide by an official of the coin HOOVER MARKS TIME WAITING FOR INAUGURAL Only Two Cabinet Mem bers Are Left m Doubt WASHINGTON MnviLi 1 of Ills Moblema solved RETIRING NAVY HEAD OFFERED PLACE IN WEST Coolidge Suggests Cabi net Man for Bench in California March 1 Cur Us D Wilbur secretary ot tlie navy ivns nomlnutPil by President Coolidse today to be United States circuit court judge for rue ninth dih trict i Wilburs home town in JJoone wa By the nonilnaj on Prcsldcnt oolidge tfttUldl 10 future status E one of the first ombers of his ablnet hose uns liuve become etlnitcls known he retirement of le Hecietar also 111 make itpos Ible tor Dr Ray ecretaiy ot abinet Oncn on Conrt Wilbur beforeassuming the office ot secretary of the Interior was jus ice of tlie supreme court of Califor nia His judicial experlenco covenil riod ot years and the clraiii over he will preside includr his home state of Calilorniu The retiring secretary Ixicame M momner ot the CooUflge ir 1024 Altho a graduate of the nnyal aca demy the trend of his mind has al ways been towiid the judicial branch of the government his Sirotlier to beconit interior In tho Hoover SUCCESSFUL TERM Hoover today calmly waited the arrivnl of Iho day now jut three reinocd he will take over the Mlmlnistrition ot yovonnnent tlio midst of pawenntry as shlngtuu has not known in miiny This Is the minimum in tlie expan sion program of tlic iractoLpbniL as result of Its inlo a nior HM with two other national farm im plement prod TI liny companion nn nonnceil last vcek It is intended that this iroarmi it tlie totvn can meet the honsin noEils sluill bo in opera Lion at the of Arhlitional ijrowLh is contemptlied Iuvins JtUl it was stated Tf the building progivim outlined n bo umlenvrEUen by Charles City ul completed during the IS months it mean nearly 5u uor cent imrease in the number oC houses in town It it cannot U Is wild the Hart Parr plant hero will not le but tlio udditioiuiL trioTor works will IMS conslrLirteil at South Ilond Iml where Oliver CliiUed works is nowloLntod cnrofnlfy so tho printer miRht Itave Ihn pljnis have outhupd j tllft vtnLshed vituly tomoirow tnoriiuii for thMr distribution to tho j ross of ihe ronntry in nilvaiice nf j delivery oC tlic addiess j Only also some Jin prosperr alilw Itoio no rtcfin apivointmcnts it wits ex peeled that aeverul senators and tuft tu bers of i be house would coll dinin the day ns a number lunl expressed thoir desire to tiiill Friends of presidentolpot said be hnl reached no clcdslonq rciardint splcclions ui nssfsuint secrctnLf9 in ilio various dpartnionts soon arc to leavo 1 ho uovcrti VVASKINCiTOX Aln tniv lias t tambourine This lam the in contest at Atitiipolis ii js knoivji to it IiuTiff in a TTid ils removal has bt1 vli 1 i u j t n 111 niiiiio i tijr i i nn Tadfliny in ISSv rs to bis offjtH Of conrso jo is iiot eojnpletoly ictive hut with tho strain of final deci sions ou cnblnet postH ended and alii qtffliJtlons nut fiafde tuttil in anfjnritLon Mi Hoover was able TO relax and to move more leisurely in conforoticort and with Die work hand Aniojiif olliej1 bo fore him were Ihe proof sheeia of his inaugural ad dress whitb ho plannod tu ovov liiUen ay m not be included Jn rroHitlontIilcd IIoovrj5 ialiincl MMlni rs from Hi1 pros I dents official family will jiucom pan tod by the appearance of bis biotli Kny Jjyinaii of ruinforfl univorsii y in another Uii innet posr that of stnxtary of tlit in terior This is the first time in ny yeais that two broil tors liavo held on bind jiositions HID serving luutiH ditfvveiu foi harlts City mean tho dnublin of the capiicUy of thu local plant ALBERTWOULD WELCOME PROBE State Fish Game Chief Says Records Are Open to Inspection 1FS MUIXIOS March I C jMherl wnnlen announced today lit1 would wyronie any investiga tion uf jocords or fhinnces of the state fish waitju department vvliirh tlin Jvuiac roaui of Iowa or any Tlif istaLenicnt came En reply to a flrMM H wrw indliatod tbnr niakft no men is until had ronfoiiTfl with tiic men bo has to administer the affairs ot the KiV Naval Stsrnliiry Coinlnjr lu tlio oabinoi in UfJ4 al niirabljflttriJ for his rlutJes blninpr inure lhan T years judicin In Calif or nia courts with memories ot fiis juur years at Aimrt from which was In 1SSS Wilbur bas Ixen one of the mosi jiojMilar naval secretaries In Blossod witli kindly of spirit io has hern IntonsMy intorcsteil in Llio nf tho boys In nnvy thit fffirioucy of tho TI at ions f ivst lum if rlofensc de pends Iuielir upon tbo spirit oT thft enlisted inen by ban niaOft a mined effort to improve thai spirit find department officialrf nro nious in do scribing morale of thn navy as tliebest in years I lis of lnrfft number of uaviii prisoneis last CMirinrmas wns A TO JArJ V rolVMX T Tt statoil thai ho mill by A Iho league nia tic Tito leaxu 1liiTH i Uniford prfiiident of at in investigation be the eonjnitctum witli tint rvation Town hafl bad ucrd iu a o o thu form of of tiu fish nnd depaitmonT from Ui it uvirdtti to rutiinis jf six members appoinUM3 by tlitr French Parliament Ratifies Peace Pact rtiploniatio njipointnients nmJ Tlonry L Stinipfon who is to bo PAKIS Maivh 1 parianuiil lutiny ratltictl of war pact GOVERNOR HAS OTTESON CASE Evidence Asking Impeach ment of Sheriff in Hands of Chief Executive AlBKKT LKA juiuy anAnxiously awaHln nml c Ijnnarys niiiTi hnvc tinl IIIT ftf In thi 1 Anchor verdict on j lames teniperalitro seems jlhr triat evidcficc in all in the owost rnrsnuSijor RrttVivc Martin Ndson ol in srwral who js jo confer ivitri tlu KJ sliciiff I lie AUNT HET By Robert Quillen reckon every happy wife has times wlien slie sots an looks at her hus band an wishes she was as as he is   

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