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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 17, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PBESS LEASED WIRE REPORT ASSEMBLY MASON CITY E FINAEx EDITION UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAI NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL QUIT THURSDAY TEXAS GUINANS NIGHT CLUB IS RAIDED AGAIN Hostess Is Gone but Officers Arrest 8 Waiters MEW YORK April 17 tratedby a legal loophole from making Texas Guinans new night club observe the 3 a m curfew the police early today silenced its orchestra and arrested eight waiters on sanitary and liquor charges The management of tne club In time at which Miss Guinan Is host ess had circumvented the curfew by declaringthe club to be part of the Hotel Harding Asked for License Shortly after the entertainment started this morning detectives ord ered Karl Dopita an assistant inan ager to produce his cabaret license and when he was unable to do so served a summons returnable in court Monday A patrolman was sta tioned in the place to see that the music and show were not resumed While another assistant manager was explaining to the 60 odd patrons why the entertainment had been stopped five detectives of the so called dude squad entered They made a concerted rush for the kitch l en where the clubs 11 waiters were ordered to show their health depart iment permits to handle food Six I were unable to do so and were vith summonses for vioia Ition of the sanitary code returnable fin court tomorrow Tinder Table One of the detectives found a bot Uijuor undec a table and ar Speculate on Hoover Tariff Wishes Will Rogers BOSTON Mass April England is takinglie tax off tea Its been on 300 years Now why dont they take the qui nine or assafiti ty or whatever it is out of their coffee It tastes like some thing that had been in there 300 years too Poor coffee and no bathtubs have drove more Ameri cana out of England than IVJL1 ROGERS u u f a m lliarity with their lang uage has Winston Churchills party is running on no tea tax and no betting Lloyd Georges gang is running on more em ployment Churchill will win If an Englishman has got tea and can bet on a horse race what does he want with employ ment Yours WILL P S Hoover has already de serted CooMdges policies Noth ing in the message about the condition of the country 1929 AMERICANS IN teoM jfj 1 possession by the repeated po interruptions and deprived of pntertainment music and dancing privileges the guests departed kissingand booing the police iThe police raided three other Jubs early today and arrested em pyes on charges of possession of Guinan was not present dur 7 the raid She was found not jty of the charge of maintaining uisance at the Salon Royale her tier club by a jury in federal ft last week TOQUITPOSTS va City Woman 1 Seeks to Identify Man as Her Father JIVWA CITY April 17 IP Clayton left today for Spen jj to attempt to identify the body jC L Plumrrier special deputy riff slain there three weeks ago hat of her father eadlng a newspaper review of slaying Mrs Clayton said her ler Louis H Dayton lived at borne Mo until three years He had ben divorced from her Ivr Mrs Clayton said uthorities investigating the jnimerslayer learned that the formerly lived at Norborne ire he was known as Dayton IOWA FORECAST Partlycloudy to cloudy Wed esday night and jlght rise In temperature jhursday possible light frost ilcdnesday night if sky clears LOCAL STATISTICS weather figures for jiour period ending at 8 oclock h Wednesday Vghcst Tuesday 64 Degrees in Night 34 Degrees SI Wednesday 38 Degrees Jlnfall 09 of an Inch Her three days on which the jury climbed to 58 degrees and ped the spell was broken Tues Sivhen a maximum of 61 degrees The day opened clear arrived on the scene ear jid by vmidforenoon rain was Jig Again In the eveningrain lor a brief time followed by a pful moonlight The wind Wed siy morning had shifted into he ijfwsst and comparative chilli k jjwas the result LATE NEWS FLASHES WATERLOO April 17 motion to dissolve the injunction granted 400 Blackhawk county dairy cattle owners to restrain the state department of agriculture and the county officials from ad ministering the bovine tuberculin test was filed here today by At torney General John F Fletcher his assistant Earl F Wisdom and County Attorney John W Gwynne The motion declares the tuberculin test law is valid and constitu tional Wisdom In a letter to Gwynne aslcs that he seek an early date for the trial 4 WASHINGTON April 17 Plans for a definite program for development of navigation on the Missouri river thru the northwest were discussed today at a conference of senators and representatives from North and South Dakota Minnesota Nebraska and Iowa SACK CENTER Minn April 17 T George Rosenberger 05 night marshal here was found dead in the city fire station a bullet hole in his heufl under circumstances which authorities said Indi cated he was slain Police believe he may have been slain by burglars whom he sur prised at work His widow and 10 grown children survive WASHINGTON April 17 Increased tariff on dairy products with a view to curtailing foreign imports and widening the domestic market to Increase production were recommended in a letter today to the house ways and means subcommittee on agricultural rates by Representative Selvig republican Minnesota Increased domestic production of dairy products because of rela tively lower returns in other lines of agriculture and the souths dairying expansion Selvig said present problems that can only be met by enlargement of the market and by curtailing foreign Im ports WASHINGTON April 17 LT A court action to prevent the fed eral radio commission from tentatively allocating 20 radio frequencies for the general use of newspapers and press associations was dis missed today in the District of Columbia supreme court by Justice Jennings Bailey without granting thet injunction against the commis sion which was sought Tho radio commission in announcing termination of the litigation said the ruling would enable It to go forward with the actual dis tribution of the frequencies to the newspaper organizations applying WASHINGTON April 17 Harry F Sinclair who was sen tenced to three months In jajl fpfjrelusal to answer questions belore o conto Missionaries Ought to Leave CANTON China April 17 la view of increasingly unset tled conditions and communist ac tivity Douglas Jenkins United States consul general today advised American missionaries In southern Kiangsi and northern Kwangtung and Kwangsi provinces to evacuate their posts Bishop OShea at Kanchow Ki angsi telegraphed that the Roman at Ngaoyuan Ki burned He said Catholic chapel angsi had been Reds had burned the homos of well todo shopkeepers and farmers in scores of places in southern Kiangsi and he termed the locality a belt of unspeakable arson murder and ra pine The bishop said military assist ance from the Kwantung govern ment had long been promised but it had not materialized as the case also with Nankingpromises He said this assistance was not ex pected any more since the respon sible governments seemed Httle in terested in attempting to subdue the radicals there The consul general still sought confirmation of the reported death of Herbert K Smith Seventh Day Adventist missionary In Kweichow at Hwangtsaopa in that province Due to inefficient telegrams how ever he had learned nothing more of the circumstances ROBBERS FLEE WITH Shoot Policeman and Bank Messenger Guarding Payroll unconstitutional The NEW YORK April 17 Illness of Federal Judge Ed win S Thomas today while presiding at the trial of Helen Morgan actress and former night club hostess caused adjournment today un til afternoon Miss Morgan is being tried for maintaining a nuisance AMES April 17 T A C Smith Drake university student badly hurt and four other Drake students injured when the automo bile in which they were ridingoverturned after blowing out a tire this afternoon The boys were members of the Drake baseball team that completed a twogame series yesterday with Luther college at Decorah and were returning to Des Moines The accident occurred on the Lincoln highway three miles east of Ames NEWS BOILED DOWN WASHINGTON April 17 The senate judiciary committee n special session today decided that Andrew W Mellon could carry on in the Hoover cabinet as secretary of treasury without renomination CLARKSVILLE April were 150 teachers attending the study center held at the schoolhouss assembly room Saturday I Hart and Miss Alta Wilmarth of Cedar Falls were the principal speakers STORM LASHES EASTERN COAST Wreckage Piled Along Shore From Maine to Virginia Snow in N Y 61541 for graveling and construction of bridges and culverts on primary roads ineight counties BELGRADE April 18 en forms of marriage will be recog nized by the new Church law of NEW YORK April 17 Jugoslavia band of robbers in an automobile today held up and shot a policeman NEVV YORK April 17 Atlantic coast from Maine to Vir ginia was strewn with wreckage today piled up under the bat tering of a northeast storm While wind and waves sank small craft demoralized shipping and damaged shore structures along the coast there was Heavy snow in AMES April 17 state Western New York and Pennsyl hlghway commission yesterday I vaniaIn New York harbor a tug awarded contracts totaling I and two tjarges were sunk Six liners were held outside the harbor waiting for the weather to moderate before proceeding to their piers The tide in the harbor rose to within a foot of the top of the battery wall At Bell Harbor in the Rockaway district a threestory frame ing collapsed when the tide brot the high waves within reach of it The wind reached a velocity of 50 miles along the Maine coast A fivemasted schooner in Casco bay was torn from her moorings and thrown on the rocks Frank Marcy a factor worker at Stamford Conn was struck on the head by a section of fence blown down by the wind and killed MEXICO CITY April 17 President Emilio Fortes Gil the rebellion fast dying in the north moved today to rid his the demon rum nation of VADUZ Lichtenstein April 17 Prince is dead long live the prince was the cry of this tiny principality when Johann the Good died and was suceeded by his brother Prince Franz and a bank messenger who were guarding a payroll and escaped with 38000 TRe holdup occurred in the down town west side The robbers sped up beside the payroll car and shot Pa trolman Joseph Clancy and the messenger John McKane Clancy was seriously wounded but McKane TIRANA April 18 the was hurt only slightly The money was in several bags DUBLIN April 18 Free State has entered upon a policy of rigid economy in administration its estimates for next years expediture showing a reduction in nearly all departments of the state that would gladden Calvin Coolidge 11 JU I V t it LI H1C aid of the Rockefeller Foundation and was being taken o the Telephone laboratories Bell Work on riymoiitli Klevator PLYMOUTH April ing has been begun at the elevator and soon the new King Zogu has begun a nationwide campaign to cleanse Albania of malaria a plague which has scourged the country for centuries TRUANT OFFICER BLAMES PARENTS CHICAGO ApriJ 17 gent and indifferent parenthood blamed for the vagaries ofmodern youth has been warned that fines and jail are the lot of those who let loose the bridles of their chil dren A coroners jury Investigating the death of a high school boy in a motor accident after a dritiklng party Sunday learned today that 56 parents have been arrested in routine investigations and 23 have CLARKSVILLE April Methodists and Presbyterians have paid fines eevator and soon thfnew lnB h n I for engine room wil he comoletPri to hold Sunday evening union tUilging their tniant school children j ior entine room WHI he completed Cervices from now on Jin the last two weeks DENIED BAIL IN DEATH LEADERS WILL ASK PRESIDENT FOR MORE DATA New Commission May Be White House Desire By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer 11TASHINGTON April 17 President Hoover seems to have put congressional leaders in a quan dary by some of his recommenda tions for administrative changes in the tariff act commission affecting the tariff Satnuol Bell top wealthy oil operator has been heldwithout In connection the rhygterious death of ArthurM Smith inset Cleve land clubman and manufacturer Police say Bell struck Smith knocking him down and frac turing his skull ns the two were about to enter a taxi to escort a woman guest home from t party Bell 1ms denied the charge maintaining that he merely pushed tho clubman Hopes to Get Blessings of Brides Dad Broker Weds Daughter of Guggenheim in Secret Ceremony NEW YORK April 17 pectation of blessings from the brides parents on his secret mar riage to the former Natalia Gug genheim was voiced today by Thomas M Gorman young real es tate broker I dont expect any opposition They are frankly at a loss to un derstand precisely what he had in mind when he wrote in his first message that the commission should ie reorganized They will seek am ilificatiun and also will inquire vhether it is his desire to have these ecommendations written into the ill being drafted by the house ways and means committee Interpreting the language of tha chief executive in its most literal sense some leaders said there would have to be legislation abolishing the present commission and setting up a new one under a wholly different plan of operation than that laid down in the tariff act of 1922 Tilson Is Confident RepteBentatlye TUspnof from Mr Guggenheim on religious or any other grounds he said Gorman is a Catholic The Guggen heims are Jews Edmond A Guggenheim weal thy father of the bride arrived in New York last night cutting short a vacation at White Sulphur Springs W Va when news reached him of the wedding He conferred with his attorney Gorman denied that the Guggen heims had disapproved of his friend ship with their 18 year old daugh ter He said he frequently was a guest at the Guggenheim home acd on their yacht and had many times accompanied Guggenheim to prize fights He denied he ever had been ordered from the Guggenheim home Suggestions that the Guggen heims might have the mar GERMANS READY TO OFFER OWN DEBT PLAN Expect Schacht Figures to Be Far Below Allies Sum ARIS April 17 allies reparations experts whose pa tience seemed slightly strained ex pected today to see on paper just what Dr Hjalmar Schacht German spokesman thinks Germany can pay to settle the war claims Instead of hitherto constant oral criticism of the proposals of the creditor nations Dr Schacht had prepared his own schedule of figures o present at the plenary session of he experts this afternoon His memorandum contained also it was said his reasons why Germany finds the greatly reduced allied bill ex cessive The allied experts welcomed the injection of a concrete German pro posal into the deliberations There was a feeling in circles close to the conference that such figures as it contained would be the sake of Germany was willing to pay but the mere statement of the German position was looked upon as a considerable step forward The general impression here was that the Germans would use todays proposals to make a hard fight for further reductions in the allied claims but this reduction there was increasing indications the allies have no intention of granting Wisconsin House in 5633 Vote to Repeal State Prohibition Law MADISON Wis April 17 By a vote of 56 to 33 the assembly today passed a bill to repeal the state prohibition enforcement law The measure has yet to go to the HOOVGJ wanted to have a commission com posed of men of the broadest at tainments who would arrive at reas onably speedy conclusions on tariff rate changes and whose recommen dations to the chief executive would command the confidence of the country Chairman Smoot of the senate fi nance committee suggested that the present act might be amended to increase salaries which would at tract the highest class of men for service on the commission He was uncertain as to just what the presi dent hud in mind Ever since the flexible provision of tho 1922 act came into force there has been intermittent friction within the commission and this finally led to a senate investigation ome three years ago by a commit tee headed by Senator Robinson of Arkansas the democratic leader in the senate Cant Sidestep It WASHINGTON April 17 The progress made so far with farm relief legislation has demon strated that congress cannot side step the export debenture proposal and that the special session will en counter a controversy on this issue which will be at least a reminder of that waged over the equalization fee in former years Whether this trouble will see the white house ranged against congress again is still far from apparent but leaders are convinced that congress itself is in for a difficult time be fore the question is settled Even if the senate agriculture committee should decline to indorse the debenture plan now held by leaders to be unlikely proponents of the system have decided to continue their efforts on the senate floor The fact that Chairman McNary of the committee has expressed A feeling that a majority of the com mittee favors the debenture plan has caused administration leaders to abandon hops for excluding the pro TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 3 iage annulled were met by Gor man with the statement Natalie and I have been married for weeks 1 dont see how the marriage can annulled Confirmation of published re ports that the marriage took placi last Friday came from Josepn Li OConnell lawyer and an associat of Gorman in the real estate bus ness who said he acted as bes MEMBERS ASKED TO REMAIN ON JOB UNTIL END Motion to Adjourn Is Still Kept Before House By JACK C GREIG Asociated Press Staff Writer MOINES April 17 The iouse seems to have tacked at east another day onto the forty hird general assembly by voting insist on presence of ita ull membership when a vote is tak a on the motion of Representative yron Allen of Pocahontas that the ouse notify the senate it is ready o conclude the session The senate as already taken steps for imme iate sine die adjournment Leaders of the taxation reform ght who have pushed the motion o adjourn sine die without passing he millage levy bill of the tax oard and committee measures de lared this morning that foilure Governor Hammlll to agree to call special session of the 43rd general assembly was causing the deadlock vhich has already held the session ive days beyond fixed adjournment The sine die finish motion arf anced laat night was kept befora he house and precluded other ac lons thru votes turning down a mo tion to excuse absent sole as Some Have Gone Home Tt takes a 23 vote to there seemed little prospect ol mlsi Ing that ruimtaer Since tnoat eight absentees Fn TROPICAL ISLAND OF CUBA RAISES WORLDS SPONGES HAVANA April IT shipped more than worth of sponges to various countries of the world during the past year says the governments offi cial report Bountiful in the warm waters of the tropics sponges furnish the sole livelihood of 1000 Cuban families A point off Batabano is re garded the most profitable sponge fishery in Cuban waters CLOSING MARKETS Ten Persons Killed in Belgian Train Wreck Engineer Held HAL Belgium April 17 persons were killed and a score ser iously injured when the Paris Amsterdam express collided with a freight train near here at a m It was feared more bodies were under the wreckage Five coaches of the express tvere wrecked The engineer on the pass enger train was arrested on a charge of having overrun an ad verse signal To Build Horse Barns DES MOINES April 17 Plans for construction of a T1 S5000U addition to the horse barns on the Iowa sUte fairgrounds to be com pleted in lime for the opening have goha home it was expected to take until tomorrow to get them back Tho three measures causingthe impasse the house resolution for ap pointment of a legislative tax com mittee to report legislation suggest ing a change from direct property taxation and senate bills to provide a basis for mileage levy for the next wo years and to amend the board of assessment and review enactment to met objections of the governor are hanging in the balance pending action on the jvdjovirnment motion Leaders of the tax revision fight who have asserted their strength since turning down the first millape evy bill continue to dictate the sit uation thru refusal to lift the call of the house Claim Enough Votes Leaders of the tax fight most of them income tax enthusiasts claimed to have enough votes to force adjournment and thereby necessitate a special session to pro vide for raising state funds for 1930 Representative Frank W Elliott of Scott county house administra tion leader today introduced a joint resolution calling on the governor to call a special session to meet as soon as the proposed legislative committe and board of assessment MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK Adams Express and revlew are readv to crosses TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 1 rails continue to improve Wheeler breaks about 20 points Foreign Japanese yen rally 18 points favorable weatn r Cuban support steady Brazilian markets CHICAGO good mand export dc Rockford Resident for 50 Years Dies ROCKFORD April James Carrott who has been a resident of Rockford more than 50 years died yesterday afternoon at a Waterloo hospital following an operation No funeral arrangements have yet been made but the body will be brot to Rockford for burial 2051 2033 1490 2220 i 3031 Corn Firm bullish government weather report Firm Higher STOCK MARKET AVERAGES IJy the Associated Press 50 20 20 Industrials Railroads Utilities Today 2165 1308 2083 Previous day 2142 1307 Week ago 2133 1302 Year ago 1641 1244 High 1929 2335 1412 Low 1929 2018 1286 Total sales 3502520 ahares TOLEDO SEEDS TOLEDO Ohio April 17 D Seeds unchanged Offer More Stock NEW YORK April 17 Di rectors of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad today voted to offer com mon and preferred stockholders the right to subscribe to 411077 addi tional common shares at a share on the basis of 15 per cent of their holdings subject to the ap proval of the interstate commerce commission senate The action of the lower house was in response to vote ofl the Diamond Jubilee stixtefair Ais nimur the people in a referendum April 2 21 have been approved by the stain the Mumpg will be sriven at for the abolishment the law Calr board auditorium Friday CLARKSVILLE April 17The junior class play The Mummy und the AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Amy says she makes her girls tell her cverthing sos she can advise an protect em but its just because she wallows in that kind o gossip   

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