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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FINAL VOL XXXV FIVB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 4 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JsJQ DRY SLEUTH MISSING HAUGEN NAMED ONCOMMITTEE TO DRAFT BILL Others Selected Are Pur cell Williams Aswell and Kincheloe BULLETIN WASHINGTON April 4 m A subcommittee of five mem bers ot the house agriculture committee composed of Chair man Hnngen und Representa tive Purnell of Indiana and Williams of Illinois the ranking republican members and As well of Louisiana and Kinche loe of Kentucky the ranking minority members desig nated today to draft a farm re lief bill WASHINGTON April 4 The big problem that now confronts the senate and house agriculture committees as the time approaches for them to begin writing the new farm relief bill is what policy to pursue with respect to defraying the cost of controling crop sur pluses In the opinion of many adminis tration leaders the testimony of Secretary Hyde has virtually settled all other phases of the farm relief plan that will be presented to the special session of the new congress Must Be Farm Board It is the concensus that there must be a federal farm board with board powers commodity advisory to keep a close watch over ticn agencies to buy up surpluses and filter them out on the markets in such a way as to maintain a fairly constant price level But there is still a major differ ence as to how the cost of control ing surpluses is to be met In this connection the debenture plan ad vocated for many years by the Na tional Grange appears to be arous ing considerable interest in and out of the committee Some who favored the equaliza tion fee provision of the twice vetoed McNaryHaugen bill arc looking with favor into the plan because they feel that a specific method of meeting the cost con troling surpluses must be set down If the whole plan of farm relief Is to succeed Provides No Specific Plan The new McNary hill which is generally regarded as providing what the administration wants in the way of farm relief makes no provision for the functions which the equalization fee was intended to serve It provides for government loans to stabilization agencies with which to buy up surpluses and the assump tion 13 that if the agencies should lose money they would not be re quired to pay back the full amounts borrowed Mexican Revolution on Its Last Leg WHERE IS HE IOWA FORECAST Probably local showers or thunderstorms Thursday night or Friday not so warm Friday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Thursday Highest Wednesday 76 Degrees Lowest in Nlffht 52 Degrees At 8 A M Thursday 58 Degrees Precipitation 01 of an Inch Wednesday was a record breaker in two respects First the maximum temperature was some 15 degrees higher than any yet recorded in 1929 Second the nights minimum was higher by 10 or 12 degrees than any yet this year The last evidence of Sundays snow had vanished Thursday and the roads were begin nig to get into shape again There was a marked fog Thursday fore noon One local man interested in weather phenomena noted that the fog came to earth rather than ris ing an indication he that that it would not be followed immediately by rain Will Rogers NEW YORK April used to brag on the fact that unlike England we had no differ ent classes or ratings in this country and here Secretary Stimson is call ed on to referee a bout in Wash ingtons table etiquet Was hington cant go out to dinner till they decide who shall sit next to who at the diplo matic dinners WILU ROGERS They ought to feed em Los Angeles style Slip everybody a plate and if they cant find the grub why he wouldnt be much of a diplomat I attended a gridiron dinner when the president was there and they seated the diplomats according to what they owe us England France Belgium anil Italy were near the president and the nations that didnt owe us a cent were at the foot of the table I told em you all better bor row something or you will never meet Coolidge Yours J WILL Copyright 1929 Reorganization of Chief Diplomatic Posts Seen BILL READY FOR SENATE ACTION Money for University Is Reduced in House Discussion BULLETIN DBS fllOINES April i A 5100000 slash in the educa tional purpose item of the ad ministrative appropriations for Iowa state college was the sole change made in the budget bill ia tho morning deliberations ol the Iowa house of representa tives hero today The house committee of tho whole cut the senate recommen dation on the item from 000 to 82441000 Attempt by Representative Byron Allen to affect a similar cut of in the agricul tural and home extension nc count of the college failed By I C KARTACK Associated Press Staff Writer MOINES April 4 administration appropriation bill on which the Iowa house of repre sentatives spent three days in com mittee of the whole was slated for delivery to the senate late today tor concurrence in numerous amend ments Conference committees were ex pected later in the week to iron out whatever differences exist after the senate has studied the house changes After its deliberations on the bud jet bill the house returned tocal endar business The senate had up For discussion the BensonRigby bill for the creation of a state board of assessment and review to exercise functions similar to those of tax commissions in other states Bill to Increase Salaries Another bill of consequence on the HaWKCye senate calendar was the measure of the committee on compensation of public officers to increase the sal aries of certain state officers from 54000 to The Hanson resolution to Investi N TRAP Calles Wins Again After Terrible Slaughter of Enemies BULLETIN XACO Sonora April I A JMexicJin federal bombing plane carrying two flyers was shot down in flames liy rebel gun firr this morning while en gaged in an air raid on 5eu linil Fiuisto Tcnetes rebel troop train u short distance south of here Tlie nvlutors dipt Juan and Lieut Jesus fiuoim killed The death of Ambassador Myron T Herrlch presents he possibility of almost n general reorganiza tion of the diplomatic corps in tlie important posts Photo shows 1 Hugh Gibson imibassador to Bel gium mentioned as Herricks successor 2 Alvnn Fuller tormec governor ot Massachusetts another candidate for the French post 3 Dr Jacob Gould Schurman will probably beretained vs ambassador to Germany 4 Dwight Davis former secretary of war who may be the next iiinbnssudor to France 5 John Gnrrott former minister to Holland and Argentine und C William J Donovan former as sistant attorney general are other possible successors to Herrlck T John MacMurniy minister to China may be named ambassador to Japan 8 Henry P Fletcher ambassador to Italy ami Charles Dawcs former vice president likely candidates for ambassador to Great Britain 10 Eugciiu Gilmorc vice governor ot the Philippines who is expected to be made governor general FAIRCHILD WHO GETTING JWJEXICO CITY April Featured at White Attaches Find New Order of Things Keeps Every body Busy Ry RICHARD L TURNER Associated Press Staff Writer WORD MAY FROM 4 tVr The monthold Mexican rebellion em erged today from a fourday en counter in southern Chihuahua a tottering shadow of the movement which March 3 threatened the ex isting Mexican government Penned like rats in a cage by the fire of coordinating units of federal cavalry infantry artillery and air service the army the north yes terday at La Refornia Chihuahua was almost annihilated in what was described in government dispatches as a horrible slaughter Hun dreds were believed killed Believing his work on the north Uoyil FairchiW iviio said he bought liquor from Mrs UcKin then dunlinl II being sought in Aurora for tin second time within a week A pnrjury wurriint is u Ing him TURN TO CAPITOL AntiProhibitionists Hope Wisconsin Legislature Will Repeal Law MADISON Wis April 4 The effort to repeal Wisconsins prohibition enforcement law moved Lu the wtaiK iegisliituLe today bear Ing a twotoone indorsement from voters in Tuesdays election Both those favoring repeal and r fivers those opposing it concentrated their come to the conclusion that hard The attention on the state capital the work is to be an outstanding char1 lnc mcsaa Fragmentary Message Men WASHINGTON April 4 At taches at the white house have iGen Plutarco EJlias Cal les federal commanderinchief an nounced diversion of 5000 of bis troops to the states of Guanajuato and Jnlisco to wage a similar war of extermination against so called religious insurgents IViis Griit Battle Those rebel infantry who were not killed are our prisoners Gun Junn Andreu Ahnazan federal field commander wired President Fmilio r nKrnnia i f TO TU Portes Gil but the veritable LONDON Apr 4 Kve u alupcnd mug News in a dispatch from Mel1 bourne Australia says that a Morse code message has been picked up Jt u emoimlcl llt Uclnhlch which may have a bearing on the TUKN TO PAGK COLUMN I Perjury Charge Awaits Investigator at Aurora A URORA 111 April 4 Eu Boyd Fairchild county dry investigator was being sought by county authorities today for the sec ond time since the fatal shooting of Mrs Lillian DeKing in a liquor raid based on his affidavit f A warrant charging the investi grttor with perjury was issued yes terday and had not been served early today allho a large force of deputies had been sent on a search for him A report from Springfield j said that Fairchild had been in that 1 city and was intending to return to j Aurora and surrender I Fairchild first disappearance was the day after the shooting He was found at his fathers home in Odell III and brot back for the in quest The perjury charge grew out of his testimony at the inquest Tuesday lie then denied buying li quor in the DeKing home as he had stated in his affidavit The county coroner also made sure yesterday that Deputy Sheriff Roy Smith who shot Mrs DeKing would be on hand for the grand jury uvestigation He isuod a mittimus for Smiths arrest to be used in case the deputy is able to leave the bospital where he lias been confined since the raid with a bullet in his tiors Men Eating Wild Fowl Genera civrl strorn said last night he would take no action on the request that his of fice take over the investigation un til after a conference in Chidago to morrow Another inquiry by the state was proposed in a resolution offered in the state assembly by Representative John F Petit of tavia He asked the house to an pomt a commission of seven to in April 4 iVi What at j vesligatc the DeKing slaying oper first appeared to be an attempt1 ation and enforcement of prolnhl ed murder followed by suicide and activities oC the Antirfa i Wealthy Widow Is Near Death From Blows by Hammer search for Capt Charles Kingsford Smith und the missing Southern wets demanding prompt action as a result of their poll triumph the drys equally anxious to turn elec tion defeat into legislative victory The latest returns on the referen dum to repeal the state prohibition enforcement act gave yes 277i04 no 145299 The vote on legaliza tion of 275 per cent beer was yes 2fi86G4 no 148131 These totals included 2003 of the 2759 precincts The election was merely an ex pression of opinion and not a man date to the legislature Some of the acterfstic of the Hoover administra tion It was just a month ago today that Hoover took the oath of office Almost immediately he embarked upon a strenuous and exacting pro gram Social invitations customariiy accepted by his predecessors were declined so that his evenings might be free During the day every possible In terruption was eliminated so that his working hours might be undis turbed Even the daily public tion The message the dispatch says i was weak and fragmentary and contained the name Smith and also the words men eating wild fowls A wireless amateur in Aus tralia reported receiving the mesi sage i Ilelv on Native Runners SYDNEY N S W April 4 Australians look to native runners j as offering the greatest prospect of j finding Cnpt Charles Kingsford Ship Bursts Into Flames After Coming Down in Kansas Smith and his three flying comj SCOTT CITY Kans April il today into a mystery in j loon league i person may have played a murderers part Two aged women a wealthy willow ami her maid were found the formers apartment yesterday The maul Mrs Ifla Peterson was deaf 1 a bread knife plunged in lierj nccU her mistress Mrs Helen Kelso 70 was near death from hammer blows The firsttheory of police was that the maid 07 bad beaten Mrs Kelso over the head with a hammer paniona of the Southern Cross miss of Wyndham planes is to be con wets said they would attempt to uon was reduced tr twice each have any legislator recalled who week and is to be even more sharp voted against repeal and came from I y curtailed Captain KingsfordSmith and his a district that favored repeal in He Exercises First I companions possessed pistols with a Tuesdays election From the presidents desk thus upPV of ammunition enabling them Bills which would carry out the relieved of interruptions Irishes oftbe majority of the people in rapid succession ann as expressed in the referendum have already been introduced by State Senator Thomas M Duncan and Walter Polakowski Milwaukee socialist The vote ran much the same as In the 1920 referendum on memoraliz ing congress to modify the Volstead act altho the majority was not as great as three years ago Milwau kee county voted six to one for the wet measures have come i to kill game for food announcements of new public policies fwo Davenport Men and appointments to offices of high gate campaign accounts of certain candidates for state office in the 1928 primary election prob ably will not be called up for con sideration in the house before to morrow At that time Representative Byron Allen will urge his substitute resolution listing specific charges laid before the house elections com mittee which purport to connect Governor Hammill with alleged vio I lations of the primary election law harming use of state as impaijrn workers solicitation of TURN TO PAGE 9 COLUMN 3 IOWA LUTHERANS IN NEW MERGER Synod Will Be come Part of Organiza tion in Ohio CHICAGO April 1 for combining the Lutheran synods of Buffalo and Iowa with the joint synod oEOhio were officially com pleted today when representatives of all three groups meeting here responsibility He also has written themessage to be sent to congress which he summoned by proclama tion Customarily Hoover arises at 7 a m and mindful of the edict of his personal physician Lieut Com Joel T Boone he turns first of all to exercise Several times a week he proceeds with a group of friends to a secluded spot on the white house TURN TO PAGE a COLUMN i Woman Pleaded Not Guilty DAVENPORT April Diamond Joe Maloof 4 his wife and El Azar indicted by a federal grand jury on three counts for nl leged violation of the Mann act pleaded not guilty The men are her ing heid while the woman was re leased on a bond here this morning when mono plane crashed to the ground ami Dr C C McGinnis of Scott City 1 surgeon Chester Rilcy of Scott1 City traveling salesman and John Flournoy of Wichita Kans pilot Flournoy had luken the plane be longing to Bert Schmidt a Wichita oil operator into the air to warm it up preparatory to starting on a fishing trip to Colorado with a par ty After circling the city the pinne crashed from an altitude of nbout feet catching fire as it struck Schmidt and two other men pas sengers on the trip to Colorado iisv Die crash They could ascribe no cause for the accident Mrs 1etoraon who had been a maul for Mrs Kelso for 27 years at on time an inmate of the state hospital for the insane and suffered from what her physician called re current maniac depresrio SeventyFive Persons Greet Indian League Head as He Is Freed nL sotll ho mak some PUTNAMVILLE Ind April 4 S SImmuker superintend ent of the Indiana AntiSaloon The league wis released from thestate i i i penal farm this morning after serv r3 days oC a iO day sentence contempt of the Indiana nu CiiXimiotauces tending to contra dict the murdersuicide theory wore found by investigators for the coro ners office Physicians expressed Seven clays were stricken off the sentence for good behavior Ap Shu mnker at the gate of the proximalely 75 persons met doubt that the maid would have had firm Applause greeted him and a sufficient strength to have plunged handshaking f1 trength the knife into her neck Pi with such force is to break off part of the blade They also adduced from the lowed A few minutes latftr the party started by automobile lor In diiinapolis blood 1 hat flowed from both that i The state supremo court held Shu Mrs Kelso may have been attacked rfter the miid Iwd been slain The maids body was found on a Warmest April 4 in History Is Recorded at Des Moines Bureau France Honors Herrick r at Ambassadors Poincare Gives Eulogy lied in her mvn room covered hammer lay on the floor nearby Mrs Kelso fully clothed was fomcl on the floor nf her bed1 rases room Her skull SVAIS fractured She hul not regained consciousness early today ami hopes fur her recov maker in contempt when he caused to IJD published in the antisaloon leagues official organ articles which bloodi attributed prejudice to certain mem bers of the court in decisions on Rites for American Diplomat DES MOINES April 4 I warmest April 4 ever recorded at n the local weather bureau was being PAR1S Apr experienced in Des tnrtnv r American Ambassador My voted in favor of the merger At the mercury stood at 82 which exceeded by three degrees the previous high mark for the day The weather bureau predicted that the mercury might climb beyond the 88 degree point which has been rc corded in March in former years The new body will have an adult I as the highest temperature of the membership of 350000 and will fjrst fiJ days of any year operate in all parts of the country except New England states and the extreme southeastern states This afternoon the representatives The temperature rose to 80 here and 81 at Boone Wednesday Keo kuk and Sioux City reported 78 The rising temperatures brot a uc r 11111 i in ripTih tnrlnv f loved For Marshal Poch alone could ron THerrick in death today tn erican whom France regarded UK her friend more than any other since Benjamin Frnnklin Second Only to Foth It was the second lime in 10 days Frenchmen had been called upon to v pay tribute at the bier of one they j I OUllJ Wasting LlVCS Away neral honors such as many of the greatest of its own sons have never received Begining with funeral orations Premier Poincare and General Pershing at the American embassy there were set in motion ceremonies which will culminate in the alow that tribute have been more markod and deeply impressive probably than the embassy staff it was today Members of were among tha first to make their way thru the line of police into the embassy Just a moment before the ceremony was to start From Lack of Work Says Speaker DFS MOINES April 4 opening lowing the Fol session hist crossing of the Atlantic by the General Pershing and former Am were to consider a name for the new striuv hat on to the slreets today body as well as the ruler which will the relation of tho const tuent roup local ilmrchs the The mercurv is due for a fall to night and Friday with showers or i French cruiser Tourvillc bearing the body of Ihe ambassador back to Its native land Thousands crowded thestreets about the embassy standing with hare bowed heads while inside new thunderstorms nccoivipamed by all for whom there rom I er weather predicted i listened to the eulogies on the bnssndor Jusserand arrived today Inside the embassy General Persh ing spoke first His voice trembled as he saift he was my friend General Pershing recalled the am tjassnfJors remaining in Paris in tbi dark flays of 1014 and called him TlliN TO 1AUK COLUMN t night the religious education asso ciation at its conference here got under way today for its first full day of work J M Artmnn genera secretary Raymond A Kent dean of Xorth western university nml A flams Brown presitlcnt were be i principal speakers last AUNT HET Ry Robert Quillen i Wlh nothing os t flu people ire wauling 1 heir lives with Artman declared ruvjy Im carious about Klhi 1 didnt know shod been up U inytiling bill I hciml hoi tellin Amy how she this town1   

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