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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1929, Mason City, Iowa DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home FIN AC EDITION VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED FRBSS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JsfQ J5J PASS MNARY R 1T HYDE URGES Jury Orders Slayer of Aurora Woman Held for Trial INDICTMENT OF DEPUTY SHERIFF Will BE ASKED Manslaughter Charge May Be Filed Against Deputy Sheriff A URORA 111 April 3 rnent of a deputy sheriff for manslaughter and possible perjury action against a county dry agent will be sought at a special grand jury session next week as a result of recommendations hy a coroners jury investigating the fatal shooting of Mrs Lillian DeKing The jury composed of six Aurora business men found the slaying of Mrs DeKing during a county dry raid at her home March 25 was un necessary It recommended that the grand jury inquire into all con ditions surrounding the raid that led to the shooting The verdict held that Deputy Sheriff Roy Smith who fired the shot that killed Mrs DeKing be held on a charge of manslaughter Claims False Affidavit We believe from the evidence the verdict continued that the warrant upon which the raid was based was the result of a false af fidavit by Eugene Boyd Fairchild attache of the states attorneys m a hospital bed at Elgin He was shot in the leg during the raid by the DeKings son Gerald He said the shooting was accidental that he tripped and unintentionally discharged a shotgun as Mrs De King advanced as tho to shoot him The testimony of 12 year old Ger ald DeKing contradicted the depu tys account in some particulars The boy said his mother had not risen from the table at which she sat telephoning when the deputy fired His father Joseph DeKing was unable to testify concerning the shooting having been knocked un conscious by a blow from the depu tys clubbed gun a few seconds be fore Saw No Search Warrant The elder DeKing testified that no search warrant was produced at either of the two visits made by the raiders the night of March 25 However William Hale Tread well one of the deputies testified that he had a warrant and that when he started to draw it from his pocket at the DeKing home DeKing said Put that back In your pocket or Ill blow your head off Treadwell also testified that some wine and four or five pints of alco hol were found at the DeKing home Philip Johnson the man who made the buy on which the search warrant was based was unable to state from whom he bought the pint of moonshine but he testified that it was not from a woman The purchase was made he said In be half of Fairchild The latter in his official account said the liquor was bought from a TTJKN TO PAGE 16 COLUMN 6 IOWA FORECAST Pnrtly cloudy Wednesday nml Thursday warmer Wednesday in east portion cooler Thurs day LOCAL STATISTICS Wisconsin Vote Would Repeal State Dry Law Breaks Into Girls House Result Regarded as Mandate to Legislature for Action BULLETIN MILWAUKEE Wls AprU 3 m 1760 precincts out of 3759 in Wisconsin on increasing sal aries of legislators gives yes 181360 no 140561 sheriffs terms yes 189102 no 139 580 MILWAUKEE April 3 Antl 1V1 prohibitionists scored a victory in the referendum election yester day when an overwhelming senti ment in favor of repealing the Se verson state prohibition enforce ment act was registered Returns from 1494 of the states 2759 precincts representing every section of the state showed 212201 in favor of repealing the enforce ment act and 106399 opposed to re peal On the other question of re moving the home brew penalty the vote in 1308 precincts was Yes 158250 no 96710 As returns continued to add to the majority in favor of eliminating the prohibition enforcement act thru legislative action wets claimed that the margin of victory would exceed 125000 This claim was made by state Senator Thomas M Duncan social ist author of the referendum the re sult of which he maintained would Tegislattire at carry out voters the expression of the Returns compiled by the Associat ed Press indicated the majority in favor of repeal would be consider ably less than was recorded in 1926 when the referendum memorializing congress to modify the Volstead act to permit the manufacture and sale of 275 beer carried by a margin of 172000 Will Rogers Says NEW YORK April Head line says Congressmans Yacht Held Up and Searched No won der Hoover got rid of the May flower Looks like an ad show that there is a congress man that owns a yacht He should feel com plimented the first congress man searched that they didnt find something on him However this ROGERS they were just delivering from the yacht hatchery Lucky it wasnt the old one Bullfight season opened in Ma drid Sunday with a doublehead er Gene Tunney threw out the first bull And Queen Marie the second one jiS Yours WILL P S This is two things that can disrupt business in this coun try Qne is war vand the other serve bank Copyright REVOLTERS QUIT CITY IN FACE OF SEVERE GUNFIRE Calles Troops Win Most Decisive Battle of Revolution BULLETIN NACO Sonora AprU 3 ff hombs were dropped to day on tho federal entrench ments of Niico in a renewal of what has developed into regu lar dally Mexican rebel air raids Seven of the bombs ex ploded one was a dud None fell on tho United States side of the line MEXICO CITY April 3 cipitate rebel retreat from Jim enez after two days bloody fight lug there was halted this morning at a burned railway bridge north of the city Eight troop trains which left Jimenez late yesterday under cover of the heaviest fighting of the re volt were stalled while soldiers at Plan Simple Funeral for Ambassador Herrick Rites Thurs day Will Be Friend ship Mark PARIS April 3 in the history of France has a foreigner been honored in death as France to morrow will honor United States Ambassador Hyron T Herrick Every French regulation has been stretched to the utmost to make the last rites for the dead American an impressive memorial to FrancoAm erican friendship The ceremony will be as Ambas sador Herrick would have had it of extreme simplicity but only space will limit the grandeur of the obse quies for the man who once thru a foreigner inferred a simple offer to give his life If it was needed for France Thousands Seek Tickets Only a few of the thousands who have applied for tickets to the ser vices at the embassy will hear the farewell words of Premier Raymond Poincare who will speak in the name of the French government General Pershing who will speak for the American people and Quinones Dcleon Spanish ambassador speak ingfor the diplomatic corps There will be no flowers no mu sic No women will be admitted only some 300 representative men in severe mourning garb all according GlobeGazelle weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednesday Highest Tuesday 49 degrees Lowest in Night 36 degrees At 8 A M Wed 50 degrees With the mercury within a few degrees ascendingto of summer heat Wednesday the last of Satur days and Sundays snow was van ishing So too were the roads ex cept where they are paved A rec ord maximum for 1029 was almost certain day to be established Wednes usage The next part ceremony however will be in French style with a guard of honor of the French legion of honor arms drawn lending the only touch of color to a long solemn funeral cor tege French ministers high officials military and naval officers diplo mats and American friends of the ambassador will follow the coffin afoot while French troops line the route to the American procathedral where services will be conducted by Dean Beekman at a m The body will remain in the edi fice until evening when without ceremony it will be taken to the railroad terminal to be put aboard ft train for Brest where it will ar rive Friday morning Keep Aquatanln Speed Escorted by a military guard of honor it will bn placed aboard French rrulscr Tourvllle while TARIFF CHANGE BOARD SCHEME URGED BY HYDE Secretary Gives Farm Aid Views Before Committee WASHINGTON April 3 vision of the tariff on farm pro ducts reduction of transportation costs by the development of inland waterways and federal assistance in marketing thru a farm board were recommended to the senate agricul ture committee today by Secretary Hyde as the basis for a sound agri cultural relief policy The secretary read his views from a prepared statement Altho he had had a long conference with Presi dent Hoover last evening he em phasized that he was speaking for myself alone I wish to state he said that in discussing the subject I am speak ing for myself alone I have not within less than a month had the opportunity to consider the problem in detail and I shall not attempt to present any detailed piece of legisla tion You gentlemen are very much more fitted for that task than I I have long been interested In the ends to be accomplished by re lief rather than by the legislative method While I make no pretense of being an expert I do claim the same earnestness of purpose which dominates your body in its quest for solution of this vexing problem Curtis Asks Stimson to Revoke Order to Create Social Status WASHINGTON April 3 Vice President Curtis has aslced Secretary Stimson of the stale de partment to reverse the ruling of former Secretary Kellogg that his hostess Mrs Edward Rverctt Gann a sister should rank below the wives of ambassadors and min isters at official dinners iid i XLflN 10 Eielson Polar Flyer Made Colonel in Guard GRAND FORKS N Dak April 3 George Slmfer pre sented to Lieut Carl B Kielson Antarctic flyer a commission as a I colonel in the North Dakota na 16 coLiwar a itiouai smrd Holdings in Express Firm Disposed Of Adams Company Increases Its Stock to 75 Per Cent NEW YORK April 3 Express company has purchased the holdings of tho American Ex press company in the American Railway Express company it was announced today The holdings of the American Ex press company in American Rail way Express amounted to about 36 per cent which added to Adams previous holdings gives the pur chaser stock about 75 per cent of the Siuce the sale of its properties to the Railway Express Agency Inc effective March 1 American Rail way Express has been in essence an investment trust with assets of about 542000000 in cash Adams Express has been a hold ing company since 1918 when it turned its express business over to the American Railway Express which was then formed to take over the operation of the businesses of the countrys leading express com panies ARMER LOVER OVERPOWERED URGES McNARY PLAN porary safety of Chihuahua City there were seven other burned bridges and it was believed the rebel retreat at least so far as the rail lines were concerned had been halted Resort to highways wouM permit comparatively easy pursuit by federal troops under General AJ mazan TwoDay Attack Ended This officer whose twoday at tack on Jimenez culminated late yesterday in almost complete rebel withdrawal from the little town and the most decisive victory of the re volt reformed his troops hoping to follow and exterminate the rebel army which has been led person ally by the movement3 commander inchief Gen Jose Gonzalo Escobar At ChapultepeC castle residence of the President Fortes Gil it was announced The bloody battle which has been fought during two days at Jimenez between the federal army com manded by General Almazan and the main body of the northern rebels has resulted in the most brilliant and definite victory that the national ar mies have obtained in the present campaign Lieut Col ported on a flight over Jimenez and the rebel lines Troops Flee Northward The report said the rebels had evacuated Jimenez behind as a rear guard Other federal aviators he said were bombing1 the fleeing col umns and troop trains six of which were held up at the firat burned bridge north of the city Two other TURN TO PAGE 16 COLUMN 8 Gustavo Leon re final reconnoitering Enraged Nashua Youth Fires Gun Outside Home NASHUA April he was determined to see his sweet heart Hilda Lorenz Wedoking young farmer faces a charge of insanity Wedoking who lives near here was subdued by Mr and Mrs John Boerschell southwest of Nashua after ho had discharged a revolver outside the door and forced an en trance to their house Wedoking who had been calling on Hilda Boerschell the daughter arrived at the house about 9 oclock last night and asked for the girl Her parents told him she was not home and shut the door Wedoking evidently thot he was being deceived for he tried to force the door Failing that he began Arfhur M Hyde secretary of agriculture who told tho sen ate farm committee Wednesday that ho favored passage of tho fnrm aid plan nt tho special session of congress srlltsholds in Ameri Express leaves Ameri canExpress with Its business in travelers checks letters of credit foreign travel and forwarding Adams Express common stock jumped York stock share a record price on announce1 clothesline a share on the New exchange to S67G a a revolver he carried shooting off with him The paperschells shot himselfr tSe door and Wedoking forced his way in He began upsetting the furniture and searching Ihru the house until Mr and Mrs Boerschell who feared that they might be in danger sub dued him and tied him up with a TARIFF CHANGE BOARD SCHEME ARE SUGGESTED Agriculture Secretary Gives Views on Farm Relief WASHINGTON April 3 Secretary Hyde toid the senata agriculture committee today that the immediate need for assisting ag riculture is to pass the McNary bill at the special session Declaring that the republican platform clearly outlined the plan to be followed Secretary Hyde gave three objectives to strive for First1 he said the revision of the tariff for better and greater pro tection of American agriculturo That subject Is being dealt with elsewhere Cut Transportation Costs Second reduction of transporla ion costs by development of inland vaterways and highways tha ad vancement of this likewise lies In another quarter Third the assistance of the fcd ral government in reorganization f marketing systems thru which the farmer may obtain a more eco nomical and more stable outlet to the consumer There are some oth er fields of assistance to agricul ture which I shall mention which also bear the problem In assisting reorganization the marketing system we have all of us conceived the creation a great instrumentality whicti we ment of the purchase COLONEL HOUSE IS IN HOSPITAL Wilsons Advisor Resting Easily Following Operation NEW YORK April 3 Col Edward M House advisor to Pres ident Wilson was resting comfort ably today in a private hospital after undergoing an operation for the removal of a tumor on his blad der His condition was described as very good The operation performed at the Harbor sanitarium was done with the aid of spinal anaesthesia and Colonel House talked to the sur geons while the tumor was being re Sheriff P A Saddler of Charles City wns called and he with Deputy B F Atherton and Chief of Police Dan Shannon of Charles City took the youth to the Floyd county Jail Sheriff Saddler stated that the hearing would probably be hold some time tomorrow Wedoking had been an admirer of Miss Boerschells for some time It was said but lately he had felt that she avoided him and he was determined to continue his suit offi cers were told ara things going he HOPE SEEN FOR FOUR AVIATORS Observer Reports Southern Cross Sighted on Day of Disappearance SYDNEY New South Wales April 3 clew came out of the wild Australian bush today to guide searchers for the airplane Southern Cross1 which vanished March 31 with Capt Charles KingsfordSmith and three com panions who were on first lap of a flight to England The Drysdale river mission sta tion signaled Captain Cahteau Australian Royal Air Force avia tor that an airplane had passed over the station on March 31 head ing southwest This was the day on which the Southern Cross should have passed that way It waa tho slenderest of threads but was the first definite trace of the four flyers since they literally vanished into the air after sending a radio message that the motors of he plane worn failing and that they xvere coming down thru R blinding rainstorm Into the bush about 100 east of Wyndhami moved How asked at intervals during the opera tion which lasted an hour and forty five minutes He was not blindfolded and was able to watch the operation to some extent Shortly before the end of the operation the effect of the anaesthesia wore off and the doctors urged him to take gasi No I will stand it he told them I dont care to take gas Colonel House who Is 70 years old was driven from his apartment jto the hospital In an automobile He I walked to the operating room U OF M FADES HOUSE INQUIRY Minnesota Legislature Pre pares to Elect Regents ST PAUL April 3 ows of official investigation cast their silhouette over the University of Minnesota and the board re gents today as the Minnesota legis lature began the business of elect ing regents of the state institution The house committee on universi ty and state schools had before it a resolution demanding investiga tion of tha universitys expendi tures books and activities be made from time to time during the preii ent legislative session The examination would be made the resolution provides by a commit tee of seven members of the house and the speaker Services Are Held for J W Mangan ALGONA April ser vices were held for J W Mangan 47 Tuesday morning who died at the Kossuth hospital following an illness of two weeks Qut of town friends and relatives who were at the service were G F Mangan of Omaha Mr and Mrs J M Robertson and Mr and Mrs Harvey Bryant of Mason City and Mr and Airs Karl Stotts of Rock well City St Ansgar Methodists to Present League Play ST ANSGAR April Trial of John Barleycorn for Mur der will be given at the St Ansgar Methodist church on Tuesday even ing April 9 under the auspices of the Iowa AntiSaloon league A local cast will present the play BIG BILL OUT IN FRONT AGAIN Chicago Mayor Retains His Hold on City by Coun cil Vote CHICAGO April 3 TlTh forces of Mayor Big Bill Thomp son won nine out oC the 11 alder manic positions decided hy voter yesterday and thereby retainer firm grip on I he city council fo the next two yeais The victory in I he Feb 2fi elec tion coupled with that of yester day gives the mayor and supporters on his America first platform 30 out of the fiO votes in he city coun cil two more than are required to pass appropriation ordinances Tho vote wns Hglit and the elec tion was one of tho most mildman nered in years The only violence reported to police uis the DRIVER SHOULD HAVE LICENSE SENATETUKS Shaft Heasi Upper House by 2717 Vote DES MOINES April Shaf bill designed to require every river of an automobile in the state o procure a license was passed esterday afternoon by the senate he vote was 27 to 37 The measure rhich would become effective Jan 1920 now goes to house for con urrence The licenses would be issued by he state motor vehicle department hru the county treasurers and vould be in force until revoked for ood cause Present owners of utomobiles could obtain a Iiccn3e ree of charge while new motor car wnera would be required to pay a ee of fl half of which would go nto the countys coffers No examination for licenses is ontemplatecl under the measure vhich is designed to promote safety n driving The Sihaff measure provides for evocation of the licenses upon con iclion of manslaughter driving a nr while intoxicated any felony orfeiture of hail or failure to re port an accident resulting in the death or injury of a person The senate also passed highway committee bills giving the stnte highway commission powers of emi nent domain in location of primary roads authorizing it to adopt rules and regulations for use on primary roads and changing the law on es tablishing of speed zones in cities and towns Roasts Senate Budget DKS MOINES April louse oC representatives in bill he introduced last fall which shall be gWatt authority and re sources with which to deal with this third category of problems And it is not one problem It Is several hundred problems Many of these problems are unknown to us today and will only be developed with experience The scores of dif ferent agricultural commodities the ciiffcrent localities of their origin the different markets wliich they penetrate their method and means of shipment processing and distri bution all point to the fact that we must find an agency to which each and all of the problems can be properly presented considered and upon which real and positive assistance can be given in solution Arc Blazing Now Trails We have to bear in mind that In their solution we are to a large ex tent blazing new trails making1 our own experience as we go And it therefore has appeared to me that as we cannot foresee in advance the circumstances tinder which the powers of the hoard are to be called into action any attempt to wrltn out too detailed legislative direc tions would probably serve only to detent the purpose of the board That is the heart of the plan and the rest are details Secretary Hyde is to appear be fore the house agriculture commit tee this afternoon Would AW MiirkoUnfr Mr Hyde proposed a broad relief program including govcrnmentnl assitancc in marketing revision of tariff on agricultural products and development of inland waterways Thin he said would require a per iod of years and could not all be car ried out in the special session Asked by Chairman McNary If not contain McNaryHaugen the controverted equalization fco provision would moot the immediate AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Lee of the whole today found itself dissatisfied with the appropriations made by the senate for seven stale institutions under the state board requirements Secretary Hyde of control and boosted senate allotplied that passage of a bill simiTir mcnts 531500 this afternoon jn intent to this measure appeared The senate committee on compen sation of public officers TUKN TO TAGK IB COLUMN 5 n bill to increase the salaries ofj municipal judges The house bill toi create a state board to order ization of individuals found insane j or diseased end deemed Incapable of producing offspring was report ed to the senate for passage by the sifting committee after Senators Rogers of GrumlyBlack Hawk and Clark of Cerro Gordo and Clark of Linn had raised strenuous objec tions A bill by Baircl of Pottawattamle I require appointment of fire chiels from civil service MstH in cities 1 wliich have civil service was ed 28 to 10 Public Tax iriiiringft DKS MOINES April 3Public hearings before the joint ways nncl j means committees of the house and I senate were scheduled for this after noon to hear protests against tho proposed levying of onetenth of one per cent tax on sales voltimo with the assistance of the Kev Aliof Policeman William Hanko Inves bert F Coe field agent nncl Miss j liffator for the stale attorneys of Alice J Boyer general secretary of Her wlio Iriec to disperse a crowd Una Leafirua J of loiterers near a polling place The sales tax advanced as a means of replacing property levies and also to bring additional revenue should be in the opinion of ninny legislators due to CIIP largo uumber of protests against it None of my children twins but I always won dered if my second hoys cars wasnt meant for two