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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT ARKANSAS MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 11 1929 FINAL1 El UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 158 KILLS Election Probe Resolutions Against Gov Hammill Tabled INJURED LIST LITTLE CHANCE FOR MEASURES TO BE BROT UP Senate Ready to Quit by Friday but House Is Too Busy By I C KAKTACK Associated Press Staff Writer DES MOINES April 11 resolutions seeking an inquiry into election expenses of candidates for state office in the last primary election in Iowa and a resolution of exonerate Governor Hammill of ac cusations made in one of them were tabled in the Iowa house of repre sentatives late yesterday in one vote 57 to 19 A twothirds vote of the members of the house is necessary to bring the subject again before the house this session and it is not likely that this will be attempted Pass Up Allens Charges The resolutions disposed of were the elections committee proposal for a genera investigation into cam paignaccounts of all candidates for stateX office in the 1928 primary the Allen substitute resolution list gr specific chargea laid before the potions committee of which he was neniber and naming Governor i to andthe teillott of Scotf county resolution in exoneration of Hamnilll The blanket motion to table also carried a motion by Representative S R Torgeson to defer all action on the subject until sine die adjourn ment day April 12 Action came at the close of an allday secret session The final vote and the text of the Elliott resolution were the only parts of the proceed ings made public Representative Byron Allen au thor of the substitute resolution got Into the general house record a statement of his vote against a mo tion to go into secret session Gives Detailed Account This statement contained the text of remarks he intended to make in the open forum of the house had not an executive session been voted The statement was a detailed account of charges filed with the house elec tions committee and named various stateemployes and officers as hav ing contributed services in the Ham mill campaign for governor Cost or publishing newspaper advertising in the interest of Hammills cam paign ran well over 516000 the statement declared and charged TURX TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 1 Wea IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Thursday night and Friday except possible Know Thursday night in ex treme northeast portion colder Thursday night in cast portion frost Thursday night rising temperature Friday afternoon in west and southwest portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock t a ni Thursday J Highest Wednesday 38 Degrees Lowest In Night 3i5 Degrees At 8 a in Thursday 35 Degrees j Precipitation 48 of an Inch J Snow 1 Inch 5J It would take a mean man to think of a day more disagreeable than Wednesday combining as It jf did snow sleet rain mist fog and i an unpleasant chilliness The sun i was still obscured Thursday morn ing and a return to weather of the Wednesday type appeared to be jjabout as probable as clearing up wind was still out of the north a direction incidentally which FREE INNOCENT MAN REBELS ARE TO STORM FEDERAL NACO GARRISON Another Attempt Made to Bomb Special Train of Calles BULLETIN Robert Flaugher ot Detroit who served seven years ut the Michigan penitentiary Jackson for crime he did not commit Pardon hoard freed him Apri 11 chief of the military garrison here today disclosed that nil unsuccessful attempt hud been made to bomb the special train ot Gen Plutnrco Ellas Calles and assassinate him in the state of Julisco a feudays ago MACO Ariz April 11 1 can rebel troops were reported converging upon Naco Sonora j from three directions today giving 1 weight to the announcement of rev olutionary leaders that they soon expected to besiege the little federal garrison with overwhelming num bers New Owners Send Liquor 011 Leviathan Needed to Compete With 19 Foreign Vessels Says Manager of Line NEW YORK April 11 The Leviathan queen c the American merchant marine and for six years a prohibition ship was enroute to Europe today with liquor for sale The liner was making her maiden voyage under private American ownership as the flagship of the newly organized United States Lines Inc rind the medical liquor stores were available for beverage purposes On the return trip and future voyages a less limited supply thim that contained in the medical stores will be for sale The liner will stock up abroad No 1ublie Billon Board Joseph B Sheedy executive vice president of the line said there would be no public bar in the ship but that liquors and wines would bu served to passengers in their cabins Gonzales constitutes the only im mediate major threat to rebel activi ties in the revolutionary state of Sonora With Gen J Gonzalp Escobar resolution ary corhtri BTore Federals ron Way It was said that the entire force numbering not less than 8000 TEXAS GUINAN I SHE SAYS Earnings in Night Club Amount to Weekly VTEW YORK April 11 i Guinan who made an awful lot of money being hostess in a Broad way night club has sworn that I never had a drink in my whole life With these and other statements already in the record in federal the government planned to recall her to the stand today for further cross examination in her abouts was not known hare early to end in the dining rooms and smok Federal occupation of the Naco I ing rooms garrison which is held by about The same policy Sheedy aaiil 1000 loyal soldiers under Gen Lucas j would be put into effect aboard the men would reach Agua Prieta Hi miles east of here by tonight About 600 rebel troops said to be from the rebel army retreating into Sonora from Sinaloa were re ported to have reached the hills south of Naco last night joining forces with Gen Fausto Topetes army The later force is said to other 10 ships which Paul W Chap man recently purchased from tho United States shipping board and which will make up the Unite StatesLines fleet VShebdy saiditho company sou i Will Rogers NEW YORK April is one joke job I think It start ed with the movie magnets in Hollywood Its when nobody really knows what your worK is around an executive office You call your self a contact man I never thot 1 would ever see the day when I would pick up a paper and see that Mr Cool idge was a contact man Yet thats what the presi dent of the WILL ROGERS company says he will be I wish he had taken up some steady work Work that could have been explained clearly what he was doing Just think our most Industri ous citizen being nothing hut i contact man But thats what makes you a contact man when nobody knows what you are supposed to do Yours WILL Copyright ebeBrrSpi retreating from Chihuahua were resale of liquor tout cTeeroedit jOeces O Llil ported tobe pouringInto Sonora saryto offer it forsale to put the American owned vessels on an equal footing with foreign transAtlantic liners Jann Ruling Under the law ships are permitted to carry one quart of liquor for each five passengers and members of the crew for medical purposes Would Be in Sou This would give the Leviathan an allowance of 700 quarts on this voy age to Europe For the westward trip the ships officers were instructed to take number inwards of 2000 men aboard a supply of liquor sufficient Four 7o millimeter field pieces 1 Fy Were reported in the hands of To petes men General Escobais exact whcre trial for maintaining a nuisance at the Salon Royale A contract introduced in evidence at yesterdays session besides dis closing that Miss Guinans earnings were on the basis of half the net profits of the club also set forth her status as merely that of em ploye She swore that she had nothing to do with the ownership or man agement of the Salon Royale and that she had nothing to do with the sale of liquor Figures computed from the clubs books by a public accountant were submitted to show that Miss Oilm ans earnings averaged more than a week Admits Robbing Clubs CLEVELAND April 11 bert William of Cedar Rapids held in jail here has admitted that he robbed 10 Elks clubs in Ohio ac cording to detectives day but it was believed he was in Nogales Sonora conferring with Gen Francisco Borquez Reports comingfrom Topetes camp said tlie rebels were preparing to attack Naco with gas bombs and artillery The report spurred the federals to fortify the garrison fur ther with heavy timbers and to send airplaies over the rebel camp Circular Warns Town An anonymous circular distrib uted in Naco Ariz yesterday gave warning of a proposed gas bomb at tack and admonished citizens to be ready to evacuate the town Regardless of what action is con templated here Brig Gen Frank S Cocheau commanding the Ameri can forces in Arizona which now in clude 18 United States army air planes United TURN TO PACE 2 COLUMN t has given warning that States aviators will shoot Brookhart May Be on Senate Commerce Body LaFollette and Senator Schall Also Mentioned for Place Ueldom brings anything good jnowa in the way of weather WASHINGTON Apri 11 Senate republican progressives are looking toward the two vacan cies in the interstate commerce committee with Senators LaFol1 Ictte Wisconsin and Brookhart Iowa among those in line for the appointments The republican reg ulara also are giving some attenj lion to the membership of the com mittee Senator Watson of Indiana has declared that his new duties as re FIND HEADLESS BODY OF BOY Authorities Think Youth May Be Missing Mel vin Horst lo last to the 12mile limit There all over the medical allowance would be thrown overboard The Leviathan and other shipping board vessels were made dry in 1923 on the theory that liquor should not be gold ori government owned ships IOWA DUE FOR BIT OF FROST Wind Expected to Prevent Any Serious Damage Says Forecast DfiS MOINES April 11 Frost is likely in portions of Iowa tonight but a strong wind which probably will accompany may pre vent damage the weather bureau End Trouble Sir Howard tuted American Author ity on Question WASHINGTON April 1J 1i The social horizon of the capital which has been turbulent with storm clouds for more than a week showed definite signs of clearing today altho a number of American host esses were still In a quandary The whisking away of most of lhe storm clouda was the natural outgrowth of the provisional ar rangement adopted by the diplo matic corps acceding to the desire of Vice President Curtis thut his sister and official hostess Airs Kd ward Everett Gann be accorded rank equal to his own in the scale of social precedence The arrangement will become operative for the first time tonight at a formal dinner in the par Amer ican union given by Ambassador Duvila of Chile to Finance Minister Ramirez Mrs Gann will be seated tu the place which heretofore would have been given only to the wife of the highest ranking guest Under the Kellogg ruling which Vie Pres ident Curtis protested and Uie dip lomats decision superseded she would have been seated below tlie wives of ambassadors cabinet mem bers senators and foreign ministers Sir Ssme Hoxvard Britisl am QUICK PASSAGE OF FARM RELIEF BILL EXPECTED iSatis factory Progress Made on Measure Says Tilson VUASHINGTON April II VI Satisfactory progress in the drafting ofMhe farm relief bill has been reported to Representative Til son Connecticut house republican leader by the agricultural commit tee The house leader declares there is every indication that the measure will be presented to the house on the third clay of the extra session I The agriculture subcommittee 1 which has been preparing the bill plansto place it in the bands of the full committee tomorrow HO that the latter can give the legislation a thoro secrutiny iu the few days re mainingbefore the extra session he I gins Monday Representative Tilson went over the situation with the agriculture I committee leaders upon his return to Washington yesterday and was gratified lit the results This progress augurs that the extra session will accomplish the farm relief program in quick order and I have hopes the session may endabout the first of July he aaid All that faced the subcommittee morf major phases of the legislation al ready are understood to have been I drafted and include the creation of a i federal farm board with a revolving Ifutld be used for IOHns lo DISCIPLINED Dr Louis K ivas ex prllitl from mmiilirrshlp in tho Chicago Mtiiliunl socioty IMCSUISR of his Cfmiucttart tint pub lic liontli institute which td vorllsos As a result 11 f oust ing Doctor HunUoHfMi Cnok county coroner his resigned from this society added Wild flowers already are in bloom and fruit trees budding in parts of the state Warmer weather is on the Friday program Snow In Minnesota ST PAUL Minn April 11 A snow storm that rivaled a mid winter blizzard today had covered most of South Dakota and the southern half of Minnesota With a white blanket that in some sections was more than a foot deep Startingyesterday as a rain storm the blizzard threatened to 1 block highways and slow down rail1 road traffic ready in the ground spring seeding I operations will be for aev i eial days definite ruling on this point from a constituted American authority The fact that the ruling was in tended by the corps to apply only to entertainments in which its mem bers are hosts and that a consti tuted American authority on social precedence is nonexistant is what is worrying American hostesses WOMANrSBODY IS IDENTIFIED Started for Husband of Burning Vic tim j erative agencies or to set up stabil j ixation corporations to prevent farm j price depressions IBUNDESENQUITS MEDICAL SOCIETY Cook County Coroner Re signs m Protest to Schmidt Ousting CHICAGO April 11 Herman N Buntlesen president lhe American Public Health associa tion former Chicago health com missioner and now corner by virtue of the largest majority ever given any candidate in Cook county has resigned from the Chicago Medical lociety in protest against the oust er of his colleague Dr Louis K Schmidt Dr Bundcsen joined Dr Schmidt in declaring that the cost of being sick is too high and that it is the duty of the medical profession to assume the burden of bringing these costs down to a reasonable level I do not say that doctors fees are high nor do I understand Dr Schmidt ever tohave taken that position Dr Bundesen said in his letter of resignation But we all know that the other costs of being sick are overwhelming the families of modest income The great hosts of the middle classes simply cannot afford to have treatment unless they borrow or beg the I and the Americans do nol like to beg MANY CHANGES IS PUT AT 100 MANY MISSING Village Swept Away by Twister Rain Delays Relief Workers I 1TTLE ROCK Ark April 11 Wl persons were known dead with several missing nnci bo Heved dead and almost 100 injured in a tornado which swept thru sec tions of north central Arkansas last night Twentytwo pevnons were dead it Swifton 20 miles north of Newport and five at Guion The latter town was reported to have been blown completely away All the victims were white Mr and Mrs T L Lucas wera crushed to death in the collapse of thetr home five miles south of Wynne Their two small children asleep in the were believed tii have perished also but thetr bodies had not been located today Many Still Missing A number of persons were miss ing early today and it was feared 1 lhe death list would mount still ligher Because of the sparsely set led districts where the storm struck the property loss was not believed to have been great The village of Guion and a farm settlement near Swifton apparent ly bore the brimt of the winds fury Guion was reported to have been blown completely away renulttng in the death otfive persons and in PLANNED I I j nvf Swifton Allar1tie vic tims were white Twelve Negroes were reported killed at Parkin and four Negroes at Princedale Debris Blocks Jtoails Rescue work near Swifton was hampered by rain and debris which so blocked the roads that ambul ances were unable to reach Swifton Seach of the ruins continued today and it was feirred the total dead in the Swifton community would reach 20 I The deaih list compiled from va rinu1 sources included the joliow ingwhite persons Appointment of Dawes Is Seen As Indi cation KICHA1CU L TlTKNKIt Associated 1rcss Staff Writer WASHINGTON April II Ui Appointment of Charles Gates Swifton community Ruth Rilcy Dawes as ambassadorto the Court G Buster Riley und their motlinr of St James is President Hoovers Mrs Esther Riley 45 Airs Russell first step in 11 realignment of the Aiucrican diplomatic service thru Long and her daughter Vinnic Howard Watts 12 Tlmrlow which he hopes to bring its cfJHudgcnw 32 Charles Defris 4i and ficiency to the highest possible j his daughter Grate 4 Mr and Mrs point Cleo Nicholson about 10 John Loy To reach this objective the presj Mrs A 1 Rowlett 02 and BOMB DAMAGES PAPER PLANT Explosion of Pineapple Follows Series of Threats ident purposes to choose only men of proved ability to represent the United S tes in foreign lands a policy that he has followed both in anrl out of public office But as with appointments to his low enforcement study commission Hoover is moving slowly and care fully in making changes in the for eign service Needs Mun fur Paris With the London post provuitul for he is now confronted with necessity of finding a man to fill the important and responsible post nt Paris mnde vacant by the death of Myron T Herrick Because of thit demands of propriety and the pres idents desire lo select an appointee unidentified man At Guion Miss Theima Pierce 30 Miss Thana Tilton Clauds Campbell and a mother and child The tornado was reported first at the village of Diaz where three per sons were hurt It struck near Swifton about p m IVople Carried by Wind Several persons were lifted by the wind and carried considerable dis lances before being dashed to the I ground Others were crushed in their The tornado skipped along for about tvvn miles then hounded away anil struck next at Gnion about 70 miles from Swifton A family of six was missing today from the Swifton section but whether il had met with disaster who will be acceptable in every way cotlu not e determined a final decision cannot bu expected lor some time I was taken from the TuscarawaslU 1 11 D J river at Gnadenhutte near here day The boy was attired khaki suit his re Coroner J F Lewis ot Tuncaial of the interstate commerce was coimty prepared lo conduct an j committee chairmanship Watson j inquest R jwill serve under the new chairman Authorities Wowter were notilr Senator Couzens of Michigan as fied of lhe escrintmn in ihJ ranking member i Senator Schall republican i nesota is reported to be among missing since last December 1 those seeking membership on the committee and it seems likely that he will get ahead of LaFollette or BiookliKit The republican DOVER Ohio April 11 of a boy about 5 j UZABETH N The body of tlie slain woman j found Feb 23 on a Cranford road iside with a bullet wound in the Ihead anil seared by flames when tierrT gasolinesoalted clothine was is April 11Mrs nited was Identified today bv two y Lint has been named to acquaintances as that of it i aa a meniber Mra Richiml M Campbell Orenn ipUon m the board of education it pa belief that the body might be that i announced here following a n MlnjoC Melvin Horst 4 Orrville lad of the board This is the second ies Sing since last December iignation which has been filled with in the past month on the board of Heads louii Womens Group j education The botird has been hold Mrs Campbell bur bocn missing since Feb 3 Search is now being made for the womans husband She married Campbell last August in April 1 iTVVeljing several special sessions to elect i lwn make prepamtions foi On her return lo Jrcrnville a few nt Tuesday or J V The Paris position is regarded fis particularly difficult to fill beoause of the exceptionally high regard in which Mr Herrick was held not only by by the well Prominent amongthe namns pro posed is that of Gen John J Pcrsli ing Among the more important diplo matic posts at which changes expected are Kome and Tokyo Tlic administration lias other work in prospect for Henry P Fletcher nin bassaclor in Italy but there luis been no indication where he will in assigned to CHICAGO II Ambassador Charles JilacVcajrh i plant of live Suburban Leader i repiesentntive in Japan i weekly newspaper in Cicero which tuls a esue lo terminate i serves western suburbs wai bombed ms seivlc Wlth the j early today The black powder j anl Lllcre hilve hon indication pineapple blasted a hole thru tho lilt lle succeeded by John front o fthe building and rimarer Van AMatMurray now minister to theinterior China which in turn would leave i Police said the bomb may have another vacancy at a post of im ben intended for Central cnrj company next door but William Tn South America changes ar pak publisher of the Leader snld he lxPeclcl in Peru where Alexander had received several threats prior io rMoorc is now ambassador ani Uic April 2 election when he ftp in where the United States is posed the ropublicnn ticket in Hjr ou represented by William A wyn an adjoining suburb Jbcrtson Damage was estimated at SI500 i Shortly afterward tlie bombing of a filling station at fiOl North Dear born street near downtown Chici So shattered windows in the Pasn Icna hotel across iho street and damaged the interimof the gis sta tic until n thoro check was made The conduc tor of a Missouri Pacific train re ported to the dispatcher at Memphis that 11 family of eight was missing at Princedale Thn small communities of Alicia the French government hutNew Home Possum Trot and Bel people of that country as i nap were reported struck by trtt slorm A report to the lied Cross snlrt ill inhabitant in Onion were with out shelter One Mend in Blast HOBOKFN N J April II tVi One man was killed and five HCI i burned police reported in HIJ explosion today aboard the Knitm Slates liner President Roosevelt i tiocketi at Hoboken AUNT HET By Robert Quillen My notion is our preacher dont deserve much nvdit for licin h u ni b I lie trouhlnt no other without irottin fired   

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