Mason City Globe Gazette, April 20, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1929, Mason City, Iowa r North Iowa Edited for the Home OL XXXV BTCEJ CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 201929 HOME EDITION PRESS AND INTERNATIONALNEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICB SERVICE XTQ Igg ARM CHIEFS WAIT FOR HOOVER ittle Hope Is Held CONFERENCE I1 I ITH EXPERTS lin Delegation Stands Pat on Debt De mands JS April 20 to ive the almost dead repara conference went on steadily y but the prospect looked ex ingrly dark ue Germans were understood to yitllng to increase their repara offer slightly but they were jk to intimate that they saw no hope of the present conference king an accord Hjalmar Schacht leader of delegation has been ng with Owen D Young and Lllied delegates at informal con tees on the situation at the time exploring the possibility 10 year agreement World Blames Germans appeared at the Hotel George is morning and went into con ce with Young Thomas W La 1 and two other reparations ex He looked very grave and I worldwide blame upon the for wrecking the confer as reported in the press or rlIiL cabinets reported disap jtoday seemed to haye sot t pntjemea Steinhavdt Accused of bezzlement of Half Mil lion Dollars PHILADELPHIA April 20 A statement credited to David Steinhardt fugitive New York law yer that friends advised him to commit suicide increased interest in todays inquest into his death Facing prosecution for embezzle ment of in bankruptcy cases he drank poison yesterday while his wife and his attorney Herman L Maris sat ia an adjoin at a Assistant neither taxingnor cabinets instructions Jd were seeking only they as experts and approve letally it was felt that Dr hti after the firmness which Thursday could Jiard face to the extent of add jundred million marks or so to nuities offer and of forgetting iplaint about certain political ins which had limited Ger i capacity to com Jtrom which the allied dele iferred a proposal to return iiiany part of Poland the lley upper Silesia and other erman colonies snt tli6 Last Word it 36 hours succeeding the pmbshell in thesession of velstokes subcommittee Dr Schacht made numer ents interpreted as ef elsewhere the onus broken up the conference nal today quoted him In said our proposals of constituted the German i last Word jmimerators will be paid Ji ame The one who gets in Chicago wont a mblican iA FORECAST cloudy Saturday night probably rain ia extreme east por much change in tern 1 STATISTICS ette weather figures for iod ending at 8 oclock ay riday 48 Degrees Night 4S Degrees Saturday 46 Degrees hard for the weather to Ihcn the wind is out ot fest was demonstrated jn try as it would the Vt push the mercury degree mark This 1s maximum recorded since 3n of April 12 when the piperature was 46 de jrday opened with sub same handicaps as ar as getting warmer is Reviving Debt Parley Reports Mystery A Flying East Over Ocean Fishing Trawler Sees Unknown Plane Far Out Over Atlantic No Word of Any Flight T ONDON April 20 British trawler fishing about 250 miles west of tie outer Hebrides or 300 miles west of the western Scotch coast reported an airplane passed over it early today flying eastward The identity of the plane was a mystery here The radio message was received by the Malm head station in Ire land from the trawler Shackleford at a m E S T It said s There was no knowledge here of any transAtlantic flight In progress and the public was left guessing what the plane might be doing so faj out m the Atlantic as to be beyond the limit of any ordinary trial flight vt theair mrojstry it was stated We have no knowledge of any flight over the Atlantic Neither have we received any news Friends Advised Fugitive er to Take Own Life Lawye front the railroad station to take Steinhardt into custody Steinhardt a trustee and receiver In bankruptcy had consented to sur render Several letters were found in his pockets and in one of them ad dressed his wife he declared that suicide was the only alternative A few days ago he told Maris thtt friends had advised him that suicide was the only way out of his diffi culties Stefnhardt had been a fugitive since Jan 8 when it is charged he defrauded a client of He came to Philadelphia last Sun day and a few days later called on Maris a friend of many years to discuss the charges against him Maris said he went to NewYork and brot Mrs Steinhardt here and that Steinhardt then agreed to re turn to New York and face it all because his wife was going to stick to him Mrs Steinhardt and Maris were held as material witnesses and re leased on bail each RUSSIAN ANGRY BUT DECIDES TO STAY IN PARLEY Litvinoff Displeased at FEDERAL RESERVE QUIZ SOUGHT sion to April 20 Litvinoff soviet vice commisar LiGTAKJNG CASE TO STATE Louisiana Governor Strikes Back at His Enemies From Stump BATON ROUGE La April 20 back at his enemies from the stump Gov Huey P Long was out today championing the cause of the poor unfortunates before the people and answering to chargea of his Impeachment before he goes on trial in the state senate They may put me out but they will have a fight he challenged from the platform They say Im a coward that I wont fight Well Ive had my share of fights in the 35 years of my life But right now Im too busy watch ing the states millions to soil my hands with them bums If his foea want to find out whether he carries a gun he added Let them put a gun down on me The head of a state insane insti tution Wasnt fired for politics Governor Long said He admitted to me that there had been crooked work but saidhis assistant put it over on Note in Dead Mans Pocket Urges Woman to Look for Money OMAHA Nebr April 20 note found in the pocket of Arthur Clingenpee 35 World veteran of Battle Creek Iowa who was found dead in an Omaha hotel ad dressed to Mrs Eva Grayball Ida Grove Iowa read Look where I told you Eva for the money I left Arthur C An autonsv has been ordered for foreign affairs received another setback in the preparatory disarma ment conference today and it made him very angry He did not immedi ately fulfill expectations of some that he would leave the conference Early in todays meeting the ques tion of publicity for armaments representing the German project was disposed of by the disarmament commission by tabling it for refer ence to a subcommittee or later dis cussion in connection with limita tion of effectives Shortly after the action was tak en M Litvinff arose and demanded the right of speech What About On what subject Jonkheer London the president of the confer ence who had been criticized pri vately for allowing the Russians to monopolize the conference and for general lack of firmness asked I want to speak on procedure and on the question of publicity Litvinoff replied M Loudon announced they had already begun the discussion of chemical warfare and that it would be necessary to get the permission of the commission rejoined the Hussion very stiffly If I must get the permis sion of the commission every time I want to speak then I wont speak He sat down amid embarassing silence I am very sorry remarked M TURN TO FAGE 8 COLUMN 1 FORSXATSERS BROTHER DEAD Prince Henry of Prussia Suc cumbs to Laryngal Trouble t HEMMELMARK Germany April 20 Prince Henry of Prussia brother of the former kaiser died here today of pneumonia Prince Henry 66 who was the former kaisers only brother had been suffering from laryngal trou ble for some months developed pneumonia three days ago and died at oclock this afternoon At his bedside were his wife Princess Irene and his son Walde mar and the lattnrs wife His sec ond son Prince Sigismund is now in Costa Rica The Associated Press was in formed by a trustworthy source ear ly this year that Prince Henry was afflicted with the same malady with which hi3 father the late Emperor Frederick III wirf cken namely cancer of the larj ic illness was reported to be in ANOTHER CLASH LIKELY TO BE END OF REBELS American Women Help Wounded on Mexi can Field MEXICO CITY April 20 government bulletin today pre dicted a battle very very soon at Masiaca southern Sonora between 2000 federal cavalry under General Talamentes and the rebel west coast army rear guard General Talamentes cavalry was less than 25 miles south of Masiaca when last reported and moving uoon the rebels believed not to outnum ber him who were entrenched there The battle it was expected here would be the forerunner of a great er conflict at Navajoa where the principal rebel army in southern sonora was concentrated Here if the rebels stand and fight the oig gest battle of revolt on the west coast may take place Defeat Will Crush Rebels Defeat here will leave the rehtl army little alternative other than dispersal since the army of General Almazan and the gunboat Progres so with its cannon commanding the railroad at Guaymas will cut retreat to the north General Calles was atlll at San J j vir sought by Frank B Beta of iUinqiM upper WJ O Durant financier upper Koy A governor of rei serve board flower ana Charles E Mitchel president of Na tional City bank tower may be called to testify Will Rogers BOSTON Mass April When Mr Hoover appoints some judge or some prominent posi tion he sends out the names of the fellows who wanted him appointed Thats to stop these p o I i t i cians from au tographing every applica tion that comes along Some of them were so pronus c uo u s with their indorse ments that they must have been WILL ROGERS working on a commission Now a lot of them are kicking on this new plan but for every politician he loses he will gain two more friends The bigest marathon rnce we have in this country finished here today And an old boy from Canada won it because he never owned a Ford and didnt know how to run one Outsiders won every one we ride good but we get out of wind walking to the garage Yours WILL Copyright ELLER WORKERS ARE ACQUITTED Thirteen Defendants Hench men of War Boss in Chicago Freed CHICAGO April 20 ver dict of acquittal was returned early today by the jury sitting in the trial of 13 Eller henchmen charged with participation in the terrorism in the twentieth ward primary elections last April The men were tried for conspiracy to kidnap an election worker of au opposing faction Scores of pool watchers and election workers on election day testified during lhr trial that they had been mistreated beaten and oven kidnaped by men whom they classified as Eler work ers Several told of being taken to a jail near the home of City Collect or Morris Eller ward boss in the twentieth and held until late tbat night Trial on another indictment against the 13 charging assault and kidnaping of a polls watcher on pri mary election day has been set for next Tuesday However in the light of failure to obtain jail sentences in two previous trials state prosecut ors indicated that they may not pro ceed further Four Naval Flyers Die After Crash of Planes in MidAir SAN DIEGO Cat April 20 An airplane crash which sent three naval officers and one enlisted man to spectacular deaths was the sub ject of an inquiry by a naval board hera today The planes both of the U S S Lexington collided at an altitude of 600 fcet yesterday upon their return from a gunnery practice detail One ship was piloted by Lieut William K Patterson native of Pennsylvan ia acompanied by H H Brown first class radio man of Billings Mont The other plane carried En signs Herbert Bassett Jr McComb 111 and Harold R Shcehan who entered Annapolis from Massachu setts Two Hurt in Auto Crush DES MOINES April 20 CP When their automobile overturned Wilbur Bickcl 38 suffered a basnl Skull fracture and W H McKelvoy minor cuts and bruises Bickcl in ex IOWANS DIE AS BRIDGE FALLS Two Gushing Men Thrown Into Stream With Their Tractor GUSHING April 20 a bridge collapsed Wilbur Hunward sen 9 and Earl Eveland 38 were thrown 12 feet below into a stream pinned beneath their tractor and were drowned The accident occurcd last night on the Hunwardsen farmnear here where Eveland was a hired hand The boy was a son of Mr and Mrs August Hunwardsen Evelands mother lives at Clarion The bodies were taken to Correct pending funeral arrange WALKERTiKELY TO NAME LEADER Former Governor Smith Withdraws From Tam many Conferences NEW YORK April 20 Mayor Walker was in a position to day to dictate who the new leader of Tammany should be as the re tnero preparatory to the move of the army proper into Sonora toward Navajoa Confiscate Rebel Holdings In Mexico City Enrique Dediim attorney general announced that property of rebel leaders and others implicated in the revolt of an es timated value of 25pO000 pesos about 51125000 had been confis cated in various parts of Mexico and would be sold at auction He said the proceeds would be used to help defray costs of putting down the movement Police arrested a student August In Silva Carrasco charged with dis ionville ments sult of withdrawal of Alfred E Smith from conferences Smith after a 20mimite confcr once with the organizations com mittee of seven issued the follow ing statement I have been informed by the committee of seven that it is the policy of the executive committee to select for leader one of their own members I have advised the committee that in view of that policy I am of the opinion that the executive com LIQUOR LADEN LEVIATHAN IS S tribution ganda of inflammatory propa the suburb of Jacubaya He was said to be one of a ring TURN TO PAGE 8 COUJJIN I TO BATTLE FOR SPEECH TITLE Three Boys and Girl Will Meet in Finals at Iowa City IOWA CITY April UP Three boys and a girl winners of district contests will battle it oul here April 26 for the state high school extemporaneous speaking title John Skrable of East high SIouc City will present the northwestern district and Eunice Ulish of Bl kader will represent the northeast section The southeastern section will have Larry Burrell of Iowa City for its representative and Virgil Tacy of Abraham Lincoln high Council Bluffs will represent the southwest ern part of the state HEED WARNING OF PRESIDENT AGAINST SPLIT Debenture Plan Is Chief Issue Debated by Leaders By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staft Writer WASHINGTON April 20 V Administrates officials had their cars attuned today for a re action to the appeal of President Hoover to the farm organizations to compose their differences over measures of farm relief and present a solid front during congressional consideration of such legislation They were hopeful that results would flow from the warning of the chief executive that divisions in the ranks of the farmers themselves en couraged those opposed to alt farm relief and at best could bring only delays and danger of failure Debenture Plan Is Issue Since the debenture plan of the national grange is the chief point at issue between the agricultural or ganizalons there was a general opin ion here that Hoover had the differ ences over that question in mind I altho he did not mention this or any I other suggestion except that in the 1 epublican platform adopted at ansas City last June There appears to be a feeling among administration leaders on capital Mil that the president does lot lookwithfavor on the deben ture plan but he has made no public statement on subject Vessel Will Dump Re maining Booze at 12 Mile Limit OOUTHAMPTON England April J 20 giant liner Levia than left for New York this morn ing with a stock of liquor aboard for sale to passengers Ships officers refused to discufi the quantity of liquor put aboartf The loading was done with the ut most secrecy officials at the pier refusing to give any information It was learned however the sup nly had been estimated so as to riave little left over when the liner reaches the 12 mile limit where what is left will be thrown over board The Leviathan carried 247 first class passengers and expected to pick up an equal number at Cher bourg Line officials said the booking was nnrmal and about tlic same as last year part of a small increase being due to a number oC pas sengers of the French liner Paris be ing aboard The Paris grounded Thursday in the English channel nnd was forced to put back to Havre for repairs committee a subcornmittee WBS ap pointed to obtain Hoovers views on it He decline to givean offhand opinion but called attention to the fact that the debenture plan had been included in the party platform and that it had not been discussed in the last campaign Hoover Emphasizes Stand In his appeal to the farm organ Nations issued late yesterday in ru sponso to inquires from newspaper men the president emphasized his previous declarations that a definite lan of principles was adopted by he Kansas City convention and hat it was the plan of the party and not of one individual or group He said it was necessarily the re lt of compromise that it repre sented an effort to get together and establish fundamental beginnings and necessitated the yielding of that it was views by all of us TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 4 mittee Is fully qualified to make that decision among themselves The committee of seven com posed of district leaders HOLD SUSPECT IN MASSACRE Chicago Detective Badge Is Found on Man Held in Los Angeles LOS ANGELES April 20 The arrest of cnarleV W Lloyd 32 Said to ho wanted in jtl inection with the St Valentines day massacre in which seven men were It was the first time since prohi bition the giant vessel one of the two largest liners afloat had car ried liquor other than its medicinal stores The action marked inaugur ation of the ships new policy pro claimed under the ownership of the United States Lines Inc which re cently obtained it from the United States Shipping Board Under the policy liquor wines ator Wagner and Surrogate on the leadership It was generally understood that Smith preferred as a successor to closed here early today Lloyd was held on charges of sus picion of murder and violation of the state prohibition law Arrested hi n Wairner 6 Cr Senator vtvanced etage j pected to recover e W Olvany a representative Tew murder charges and lack Watson 30 for alleged violation of the state dry law Police said Lloyd had been identi fied by a photograph from Chicago as a man wanted on a federal war rant in connect with the St Val entines day killings Police said he had a Chiciago ile lovvan Dies In Capital WASHINGTON April 20 Franklin B Jones 42 a graduate of the University of Iowa is dead He was attorney and authority j champagne and the like will be carried up to the 12 mile limit for private consumption of passengers At that limit what has not been consumed will be thrown overboard When the announcement of the newi order was made it was implied that on eastward voyages passengers would have available the snips medicinal supply but on the occa sion of the present trip over the was not the case The status of I liquor selling on the eastward voyj ages has remained something of a mystery OFFICER ADMITS HE SHOT TAYLOR Former Hamburg Con stables Case to Reach Jury by Tuesday SIDNEY April 20 the stand in his own defense Wil liam Reed former Hamburg con stable testified he shot Douglas Taylor last Feb 16 when the latter took a knife from his pocket and threatened him with it Three witnesses testified that Taylor had been intoxicated a fesv minutes before he was shot Arguments are to be heard Mon dayand the case will probably to tlie jury Tuesday I on trade associations i tcctivc badge in possession Titonka Mail Carrier j Ends 25 Years on Road i TITONKA Aprif D Brcen mail carrier on rural route No t out of Titonka started 2r years ago this month to haul mail over the same route At that time the pay was about 50 a month anil the roads were bad Except for short annual vacations he haa trav eled the same road daily from the time he made his first trip Elevator Installs Equipment GRAFTON April Farm ers elevator is installing a new au tomatic truck dump nnd a new fcalo Chchock ami of Ply mouth arc doing Uic work AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I reckon its wicked but when I leave the movie show after watchin a hand some yomifj feller niakin love J cant help sighin a little when 1 look at Pa ;

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