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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home FIN At EDITION AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 141929 UNITED PRHSS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 134 WILLOW CREEK FLOOD RECEDES HIGH WATER IS CAUSE OF LOSS IN FOUR STATES Tornado in South Caro Una Brings Death to Nine i rHICVGO March 14 days of spring had created Hood havoc in Illinois Missouri Iowa and Nebras ka today Many hundred acres oE farm lanti were Hooded streets and buildings in some Places were filled with water rail and hlBhway trafficwas disrupt ed and bridges were torn away Rain and rising temperatures melt Ing the winters last snowa and brenK ing UP the ice had turned the ills t Inntrill Rebel Chiefs in Dash for U S Border Will Rogers NEW YORK March for Dawes as ambassador to Eng i r Can see Charley at one ot While Revolt Appears tO thoseafternoon tea orgte saying i IAAW f Crumble Calles Hurries to Torreon By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AS powerful federal armies c tiiiued to close in on the re stronghold at Torreon the revolution ary ranks along the northern border today gave signs of beginning alssippls torrents tributaries into Iceglu The Mississippi Itself was falter t orrentSi i nt rising but gave no Immediate cause I lor alarm 1 Hundreds of men worked on dikes I while others watqlied Ice movements prepared to use dynamite wherever bridges were threatened Many Streams Out Virtually all streams in northwest Missouri and southern Iowa were out of their banks today Several towns were partially isolated and many thou Coming closely on the heels of the action ot Naco In returning to gov ernment allegiance a breach between tlie authorities took place in Aguas Prleta It was uncertain whether the town hid returned to the government sands of done dollars damage had been Nebraska faced a serious menace with rivers overflowing In eov ral places and ice battering The Platte river was Olachea Takes Naco General Olachea who took Naco In the name ot the government 1200 Mayo and Qaqul Indians firmly entranched and has been in touch with General Calles federal commanderlnchlef He is reinforcements Tho rebels claimed the capture o 700 federal soldiers in an encountei at Arega yesterday but this was offj set by reports from General Almazan who is leadingone the main fed oral armies against Toneon that no had captured 4000 revolutionists on lour troop trains General JUaoaazan s continuing his drive westward from Monterey and If this is tea somebody made It out of Chicago fiver water Bring me a cou plo of saucera full or coffee picture Kim wKl that old swaj back pipe and his feet on th d c s k atcllin King G corgi Hell and ilarla George it cc t a i n 1 y seem good to ge mixed up wit some real bloofls after what I bee a roosting with for lour years i that senate They will have to call out the kings own Royal Horso Guards and Dublin Fusileers to throw him down and get those knee breeches on him Yours WILL P S He is going first to San Domingo to check up their finan ces That ought to keep him busy almost a tuarter of nn hour Copyright 1829 WILL ROGERS I North toIts highest point At the same time General Calles in history and had flooded the town I pre3slne northward thru the state of Galena Mostof the and has shitted his head tlon could be reached only by boat to Frio bringing him niore Only one ot the three railroads In touch with events in Dur ing Galena could get thru last nteht nnd that one found it necessary to test the tracks ahead of each train Government officers at Memphis Bald that the addition of heavy spring rains could bring about p condition oon theMississippi rlusr but that tlie danger from the pres ent spring freshets atonewas slight Expect Flood at Galena YOUTH BELIEVED TO HAVE DIED IN SNOWSTORM Small Army Searching Hills Near Gordon for Trace of 6 Year Old pOHDON Kebr March 14 An vJ army of more than 500 men rid ing horseback failed to find any traco ot six year old Willie Reeves lost In the Winding storm which has covered this section with between elx and eight feet ot snow It Is believed he has perished The boy went to a pasture yesterday morning to hunt a pair ot mittens ho had dropped while returning trom school the afternoon before It was misting The mist turned to snow and soon into a raging storm When tho uoy railed to return tie alarmed parents notified neighbors and a smalt posse was formed to search As the storms Intensity con tinued a general alarm was sounded thruout the countryside bringing re cruita from miles around The country in which the boy dls appeared IB rough There aro ravlnea any canyons into which he may hav tumbled Too there ara sheltered nooks into which ho may hav BLASTING NEAR Mrs L S Butler of PUNDLDAM IVlTb o uuLicL ui mr nil Northwood Dies at 82 BREAKS IGE JAM Wife and Mother t EJ SOLONS UPHOLD HAMMILL VETO OF FERRET BILL Desultory lighting between federal and rebel outposts were reported in one skirmish 14 rebels being reported killed many wounded and some cap tured The government reported Insurgents on the west coast demoralised and I auto load of men are rnarooi the ranchtodny unablivto get because ot the deep snow which ha 1 drifted greatly lemnrls Bore Broadway night club cnlortalner wns inustiimcd by Police Commlssionor WhiJen ot New Vork rogardiiiK tho slay ingin a Miami Flu hotel t Thomas Fatty Walsh former liodyfiuarrt i Arnold Ilotlisteui slain gambler Sho is reported to have admitted she witnessed Walshs slaying and Mother of Avyers Kne Presidents Mother XORTilWOOD March I S Duller 82 nioneer resident of Northwood died at her homo Tues Several Families Forced to Flee From Their Homes The flood at Galena 111 had teen Tirna on ie wes coas e ready to bolt northward at the first sign oC collapse the rebel move May Escape Her Sentence Attorney Hopes to Win Re lease for Woman Con demned toDeath CHICAGO March 14 Catherlnc Cassler year old mother g UBHJI who was saved trom hanging by a su IQ annmmccmcnl by J CUnderwood VIotion to Pass Measure Over Governors Ac tion Fails DES MOINES Mareh 14 senate today upheld Governor UammlUs veto of tho Brookins tax ferret bill A motion lo pass tho mea sure over the governors veto failed to rcreivo tho necessary twothirds votes when a roll call showed 31 senators in favor ot overriding theveto and favoring It Tlio house consumed tho mornln in preliminary skirmishing for posl tlon between tlio rival factions A soon as the Bergman hill was caiiei nn for discussion Representative i Ihath moved to amend by Injecltn ils additional centof gasoline tax tea ture for replacementot the optlona levies in the Bergman bill Before v vole was iijtaav amendment Reprefcentatlyo jShnsori moved substitution of HubbardJohnsori secondary road Representative F C Lovrlen moved a substitute for the Johnson mot on wns broken by persistent blnstlnff This restriction of tho streams flow Mrs Uutler was tho wldo 35utler wlio was an at forlhwood for many years srS at which tlmo he f COURT OF HONOR AT NORTHWOOD CALLED OFF DUE TO ROADS t liaiena expected and the town was prepared for it Boats which had been kept handy lor several into service on many the stiects or tho stores closed yesterday The postotfice was surronndbd by wa ter for a Mock on all Bides Several after all Galena city hall employes had left the wa3 remembered that 11 vagrants who had spent the night In allwere till locked up They were eatd before the water reached them The city was still partly under water early today but the flood appeared to be receding ment 9 DEAD IN STORM S Car March 14 ine nCTSona aro dead two aro thot to fcedying and five or 10 are Injured the victims ot o TURN 10 PAGE Z COLUMN tor preme court order for a new trial may wln coVnpleto freedom tomorrow it her attorneys plan succeeds W W Whlttey the attorney has announced ho will go before Chief Tus tlco John A Sullivan of the crimi nal court tomorrow and that ho will at that time make a motion for Mrs Casslers unconditional and inimcdl ate release The action is to be taken under the law which provides that It a prisoner Is held without arraignment thru four court terms the charge must be dis missed The state supremo court is Marchl4 sublsued an order for o new trial Oct committees of the committee ot ex25 Th fourth court term sxcc that perls on reparations continued today date expired i cb to work out details of theprojected It Is the attorney content on international reparations bank tVe tho court tomorrow w have i o thorny subject of amount and auranative but to grant Mh n tion of reparations payments entered tense more into discussion The mmder for which Ms was sentenced to die was that ndstrom Two others arc serv sentences Cor the actual slay rs Gassier was charged with cessions might be made in the inter1 having esta In NO SPLIT SEEN IN REPARATIONS Paris Papers Think Germany Will Accept Figures of United States scout court ot honor sched Thursday night postponed a week according COUL executive A large number from Manly Mason City and other points were planning to participate in tlie itfair but roads have become impnss able The program prepared Cor thl weeks meeting will be carried ou next Thursday night with O J Ward well of Northwood district court o honor chairman in charge ot th meeting part of tlie city and filledclose to n hundred cellars with water so tliat oc cupants were uimblo to keep lires The strepts from south Washington I avenue to Madison avenue between llnm lie fovmeu aiavunuo m m wnwiii Collin later Third and Fourth streets wero in the amlly did not reslde McrcantUe establishments in thl area wore unable to carry on their business not reslle r Butler the wdow8 and Farm Aid at White House Brookhart Nye Hyde Give Relief Measures to President Mnrch 14 arm relict legislation formed the aub cct of conferences which Senators oc Brookhart of Iowa and Nye ot North ck of rjnn had made plena lakota held today with President Hoover and Secretary Hyde of asricul uainlnlned nnd where the elder aughter Harriett preceded her moth er in death trs Butler was always active in a matters of community interest and possessedstrong mental lualllics She was a pioneer among the womon ot Northwood in school and suffrage matters serving school boardsome 40 fy Vrtrf BU ch r ositions were seldom ywon By iior sex Her interestIn school mat tors was still keento the last as cvl donced by the fact that she has tills Theseven families who were out from their Hooded houses Wcdnes ay evening were watching the rndually recede from around their ones Thuljs y but did not expect to return tor several days The flood victims Included the to i lowing n3 a subsue or llmt the house amend the Bergn an bill by striking out all aCleithecn ct Intr clause and Incorporatins tho Hub iavdTohnson bill text Tills was de feated 3G to CG IIiul TiinK ArKUiiieut The volo which allowed Hie mcas re to die came after a hour dla ciission luringwhich Senators Brook ins of ChlcUasawUs author Ollchrlst Doran of Boone IOWA FORECAST i Generally fair Thursday and Friday colder Thursday ami m southeast portion Frldaj LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures lor 24 hour period ending at S oclock Diplomatic Attaches Driving Liquor Trucks Drivers Carry Foreign invest in Nlglit M Above At 8 A M Thursday S4 Hainfall Tliree peas In a pod could scarcely bo more alike than tho three middle il of this week The maximum each lny has varied only one degree and there has been a range of only 4 de cress n the minimum Each day has brota marked fog and a drizzly rain Snow is virtually banished except In places where it was drifted Flood conditions in tha streams ot North Iowa tell their own story ot the melt ingthat has been under way the past few days ROBINSON SUES ALGONA SHERIFF EDITORS DISCUSS COST OF PAPERS Throop Thayer and Adler o Program at Iowa Press Association DES MOINES March 14 cnssion ot print papercosts and ot legal advertising occupied the atten tion ot members of the Iowa Daily association as It convened hero today The meeting held In connection svith the thirteenth annual convention ot the Iowa Press association took tho form of an Informal discussion over which Frank Throop publisher of the Davenport Democrat presided GeorKs Thayer business managejot tiio Murslialllown TimesRepublican let the discussion of legal advertising rates pointing out that in many cases wa newspapers are being forced by wa law to carry legal notice advcr sing at rates which were put ure Subsequently the lownn talked vlth Senator Borah ot Idaho concern ng the form tlio measure would take Upon leaving tho white houso both senators declared that tho fumlnmcii tnl ot any legislation must striko at the surplus ot crops Cooiierntives must be encouraged to form stabilization corporations to take caro of this surplus said Sen ator Nye Senator Brookhart agreed that such corporations must be doubled the ability ot co now In existence to copo with problem at the outset A revolving fund from tlio federal treasury is a part ot tho plan which hns tlio approval of the administra tion but the amount is yet to lie do the aHliilonal aid to taxation In listing propertycontemplated In the bill Those voting no on the mollon to pass the bill over the veto were Ualid Benson Horgnmn Blsseli TlooUi Gardun deriitnim Coclirane Kimberly Klemme Merrill Shnff Shane Topping and Wilson of Polk Absent and not vot K were Frnlley and LanRC in nn impassioned plea for allowing additional aid for tax officials hi list ing property for taxation Seimlo formed hut ho Quran charged Unit beat had ucoi aptdled hi laxiwyers nartlcularb Ihose affected by moneys nnd crcrnt levies in an effort to have I he vet made and sustained Cnnt Afford Fcrrels Rrooklns told Hie senate that many once y winter ottered a prize for essay won In the local high school Knew Presidents Mother Mrs Butler was A girlhood friend of the mother ot President Hoover in TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 2 HEDDENSFlND DEAD IN ROOM uon UUL uiu LUUJ i ouW bo niiahlo to emplov termined Senator Nyo said it ahoi Id because their he little short ot a billion dollars while fe It he In ra Senator Brookhart tlot that su snml1 to FIREMEN FIGHT LONDON BLAZE British Capital Counts Loss The senate used in Its lliorniim session without reaching the indefinite postponement recommendation re turned against the Tatterson hill to make military training at the Univcr sity ot Iowa andIowa State college optional It probably will be reachei upon reconvening tomorrow morning Committed Suicide by Tak ing Gas Had Been in 111 Health O Hoddens who has lived i ant near Mason City for the years was found dead at his home Mb North Delaware avenue having com milted suicide by taking f found sitting on n chair inthe Isitch en whMe bo had seated himself afle turning on all tho Ras jets of th stove He had been in Calling healtl for somo lime Mr Heddens Wfis born Nov 7 SiiS at Ncermortr For mmbcr years bo resided on a fnrn southwest of Hie city but has the later yunrs here UN wile pr him in death in January Ho is survived by a Fred Hod ilens llviiiK on the homo farm a daughter Mrs Nina nunbar Mlnne pfirtli daugrhtersW Bides aroomer HoyBurbankThe water was six Inches In depth on the floor their homo at the time the family was laken out Mr and Mrs John Winters 6S2 North Ynn lluren avenuetwo chlldcli ami Mrs Winters mother who is blind Mr and Mrs John Payne two sons one daughter uml one graml daughter 52ii North Itarrisnii avenue who had lo be renmvcrt with L boat nna Mra A AiwelMlf biir or 15T Fourth street southwest He limit Walk The names of tho other flood v ms couiil not bo obtained Thoy were aken out of tile flood nrei by vcliicjns upplied by the Cad well Transfer and tornge company Mrs Winters slated that the water vns up to tlio level of tlie floor in lelr nomes ivhen Ihvy tnkpn ont Ir Winters had built n walk oil feet extenciing from thu house to icr gfuund Tilts was built of bol ow blocks nnd planks Tlio breaking of thn Ice Jnm made l III LHUaJVJJIb UL LllI vt AYlllow crook a torrent 1elow tho Penn sylvania avcnuo ilnm Breaking ottlie leo jam which Wiis nearly the width ot tlio creek and 500 teot In length raised the water level lit the dnm nliout six InrliiM hrlneins it back neni tbn holRht ot two feet reached late ptlnesdny nifTlit lluntlrcfls of slirkH of dynamita used In break In IT into smuller iluces liio Imgo ire cake west of thn federal avenuo briilpco and this pro cess will IHI continued thruout the apolisami two hrothQis lialpb of Los AiiRLlea Cul and Albert of Clear Inkc Funeral services will be held at p m Friday at the McAulcy funeral home with the Rev John Boeye puslor of the First Methodist church otficLitins Burial will lie Elmwoort Arrest Asks Damages forj Wrongful Arrest in Bank Case Jlnrch 14 Driving linuor trucks hns been added to tho activities of diplomatic attaches as a result ot tlie effort ti tighten the prohibition lines around Wash I ington Private truck owneiis who have been entrusted with embassy luiuo ALGONA Mareh 14John Robinshipments were warned by Wns nine n Fairmont Minn who was nrreatton police some time ago thai the indicted and tried in the January would be arrested If caught wth sue istrict court here for the robbery of a load unless accompanied by an a he Fenton State bank and whose tache having credentials proving th ose was dismissed by the county atright ot Immunity orney lias filed suit against Sheriff in the first attempt to comply wit E Hovcy for damages for this policy the attache who was n wrongful arrest in federal court at signed to accompany the embass Ft DodKe liriuor followed tho truck in his priva Sheriff Hovcy has not set received automobile Police objected that th noTlce of the sTlt but it Is on file The did not give tho truck immunity case will be hotly contested by the After hlrinsr a truck to bring shcrlff a supply of the legally imported lid Robinson had a prcUmlnuiy hearing yesterday nn attache nr one embassy before Justice w C ami wns noonly rod with It but took over held to the grand Jury under 520000 thi1 wheel nnd personally drove it In bond ltoll of Largest Fire in 20 Years LONDON March 14 Ivor i flames and smouldering embers ro Into mained nt daylight nt a ire which for sf sJaSMSKst F xxxfssfxzz Hoover Plans Sweeping Changes of Diplomats nftcrnoon Thursday In order to rcmovi is much ns pcwililo ot tlie wblnh is retarding the progress ot tho cur rent Flonil Continues Opening of a larger ciifinnol at the Federal nvemio bridge however has not helped the flood condition In the southwest part ot tlio city an nrea two blocks wklo and four blocks In length is inundated No re coiling or tiio water there was report TlriN TO IAfiK CO COMTMN 7 the wn town wns moat equitable for ape i manufacturer and publisher Krwtn Funk of nogers Ark pres cut of tho National Kditorlal nssocla ion spoke briefly on the activities ot his group attempting to get Justice for mblishers with regard to print paper irices and postal rates Man With Missing Front Tooth Held in Gang Massacre CHICAGO Mnrch H man with a missing front tooth was halrt for possible idnntlflentlon todny in tir Feb 14 gnng mass murder lie sa he was George Braiighn nnd he wn arrested last night in a raid on a bee supyly Sunday March 31 14 shopping Arrival of Col Stimson Secretary of State ly JAMFS U Associntfd Ircss Staff Writer March 1i Sweeping changes in tho diplo matic corps and a alight ahnkeup ot department officials are to fol low the arrival hern ot Henry I Stlm son newly appointed secretary of state who Is duo home from the Tolllppines the last part ot this month President Hoover now holds the res ignations of all ot the American dip lomatic representatives and Ihc high officers ot the department but he Is withholding action upon them until after he can liold a aeries of confer ences with bis secretary of state However it is known iliat lie will linve n number of highly Imporlnnl siiKKestlons lo mnke to Mr Stimson and the Kenoral expectation Is Unit oso will be put into effect 1 TUKN TO IAGIJ 2 COLUMN 3 LATERAN REPORT Premier Sets Forth History of Treaty Ending Long Dispute ROME Mnrch 11 re llglous nnd moral nspocts of tho lat eran treaty between the Italian crnmont nnd ttio Vatican were fortll nt length by Premier Mussolin in a report published today The report will bo presented lo th new parliament April 20 when it con venes to deliberate ratification of th treaty signed Feb 11 It propound in considerable tlotall tho events an circumstances leading to tlie birth tllo Roman riiiestlon dclniln of I existence thru 60 years and nf Its fin as represented by the treat AUNT HET By Robert Guillen I ought to stay in the country That woman in the city sure blessed met out when 1 forgot where 1 was an startecl to wipe hei brats nose   

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