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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                i North Iowas Edited for the Home O M E EDITION XXXV F1VB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRES RKPORTJ MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 1 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICH NO 202 MANIAC OVER TRAIN 2000 CKieago Iron Workers Strike for Higher Wages 200 MILLION IN BUILDING WORK BRftTTOSTOP Union Workmen Demand Wage Increase to a Day pHICAGO June 1 pound V Qg of riveting hariimers the whir of great derricks and the clash of steel were absentfrom the cltjra noises today as more than 2000 structural iron workers went on strike for higher wages All of the bigbuildings under con structionwork totaling some 000000 were affected by the walk out ordered by the executive board of the bridge and structural iron workerslast night Cement workers carpenters and allied trades however continued onthe job and there was no indica tion sympathetic strikes were to follow immediately Negotiations for a wage increase had been in progress for several months ths union demanding 514 a day and the employers offering 51250 Theworkers finally agreed to the employers re fused to meet their figure and the strike resulted J the 1 ircxplained iron workers ay 20nly 14tJ workingdays i a year UHt occupation is of the proceedsaid pougall on jobs where employers t to pay the 13 a day without for action by other con tractors DAVENPORT STRIKE GlobeGazette Readers to Win in Prize Money for Expressing Opinions Rules of Feature Preference Poll Arir nounced Editorial Features and j Comics Included What feature in the GlobeGazette do you like best The answer tothat question may be worth 10 to you Nine prizes totaling for the best replies not exceeding 200 words to the queries announced Saturday First prize willbe 510 second will bo 5 third fourth Then there will be five prizes Every day for the next week a ballot such as the one appearing Sn this issue will appear in the GlobeGazette Readers are asked to fill in the ballot and mail it to the Feature Preference Editor GlobeGazette Mason City Protect Tour Favorite If you have a favorite among the features it will be well for you to let it be known for the tailenders hi the Hat whenthe final count is made are likely to be eliminated ThisIs the means the GlobeGazette hag hit upon to determine which of its features are hittingon all six which of them justify the space they occupy each day to the exclusion of news There has been a feeling for some time that too much of its available space is being given over to features This referendum may have the effect of reducing the field somewhat It should be noted wcl that those wishing to compete for the prizes must accompany their ballots with loiters not exceeding 300 words giving their reasons for their lirst All ballots it Is hoped will have the features ranked n one two three order clear down to the last one In determining this ranking let your question be this Two Formulas Suggested Which of these features would I be most reluctant to lose Or f the features couldI see sacrificed with the least grief is used i this ballot at oncestudy over it fifteen resultof your consideration tothe Globe Gazette I1 i Accompanying the ballot a letter will automatically make you a candidate for one of the nine cash prizes DAVENPORT June 1 neymen plumbers of Davenport ard Moline were on strike today as a result of the refusal of master plumbers to grant their demands for a five day week at a scale of Sll a day an increase of 1 over tlie present scale Rock Island plumbers and con tractors signed a working agree ment today whereby the union men will a day for a five five and onehalf day week effec tive until Sept 1 when the scale becomes to remain until June 1930 Bristow Car Runs Over Embankment BRISTOW June re turning home from the graduating exercises here Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Frank Minert went down the steep embankment of the Pilltown bridge in their car The lights of the car went out just as they were approaching tha bridge The car didnt tip over WEATHER IOWA WEATHER Unsettled Saturday night and Sunday showers probable rising temperature In northeast and north central portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Warmest Friday 8B Coolest in Night St At 8 A M Saturday 56 Trace of Rain The narrow limits in which rain may fall were demonstrated Friday While Forest Park was being treat ed to a deluge only a few drops fell in the downtown section The maxi mum for the day incidentally was the highest recorded thus far In 3929 Duringthe night the mercury dropped 31 degrees to 55 and with clouds obscuring the sun Saturday morning there was little prospect ot a return to sultry conditions dur ing the dny FEATURE PREFERENCE BALLOT Answers to Questions Q Muggs McGinnis n Diet and Health D Old Home Town D Skippy n Stewart Political I Article Peters Adventures D High Pressure Pete D Earlier Days D Other Editors Editorials n Helping the Homemaker Q Poems That Live n iTour Broadway and Mine D Pattern Service H Aunt Het Wife Preservers Radio Programs HI n Meadowlarks Serial Story Bringing Up Father Dumb Dora D Goofey Movies D Big Sister n Forlorn Figures n Here and There Talks With Parents Will Rogers Eye Observing D Name Address To vote in the Feature Preference Poll mark your ballot by choice 1 second 2 third H etc If you wish to be a for one of the nine prizes your ballot with a letter of not moro than 200 tailing why you like the fpaturo you have marked FIRST the best Prizes will be graded by the letters accompanying the ballots Mail this ballot to the FEATURE PREF ERENCE EDITOR GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa Recall Diplomats BERLIN June 1 T Advices published here today from Nanking state that the Chinese diplomatic representative and Chinese consular officials at Moscow have been re called Work on Plans for Recess LINDYS WEDDING CERTIFICATE Murriago license of Col Charles A Lindbergh andAnno Morrow applied for Slay 17 at Euglcwood N T and just made nublic shows ho gave his profession as aeronautical consultant his birthplace as Detroit anil his home ns St Louis Wringer Voted Out of Local Bar Association HURT IN ACCIDENT CRYSTAL After receiving word that her slateiand famllr Mr nnd Mrs Chnrllo Waltlon line been TESTING LAW IS DECLARED VOID IN COURT ORDER Writ Granted Mitchell Farmers by Judge Kepler OSAGB June that he state law requiring the testing if herds for bovine tuberculosis did not accomplish what it purported to do Judge M H Kepler Northwood n here today handed down an order restraining the state department of agriculture from test ng the herds of approximately 140 klltchell county farmers This order makes permanent a temporary writ of injunction grant ed the plaintiffs by Judge C H elley Charles Ciy in September 1926 By tha decision of Judge KepA er the state Jaw requiring the test ng of cattle for tubercular infection s thereby held unconstitutional Lastelv10 Days The case was set for trial in Feb ruary of 1928 and waa tried in dis rict court here the following June The trial lasted 10 days from June 12 to 22 Judge Kepler has had the case under advisement since that ime N The decision of Judge Kepler has jeen characterized as one of the jest written and most radical pres entations of a case ever handed down in district court in the state of Iowa Many statutes and rules now in force were affected by the decision which contains 36 pages Evidence presented during the trial purported to show that the methods of testing the cattle often causecl the milk afterward to be un fit to drink and sometimes caused abortion in herds tested Sold As Prime It wan testified that of approxi mately 154000 cattle condemned un der the statute by the agriculture department all but about 14000 were later sold as prime beef It was held that the public health was thus endangered if as the testing law assumes the bacilla are dangerous to human health It was further held that the law discriminated between owners of animals The act provides that the cattle tested and condemned must have been in the possession of the owner for at least six months in order that he may receive compen sation An important feature of the tria was an argument presented by the plaintiffs contending the expense of the prosecution of the law wag ut terly out of proportion to the amount of good it could possibly do even admitting that the testing da prevent some tubercular infection DisbaiTOent jPrpceedings to Be Against Attorney Here The Cerro Gordo County Bar as sociation at its June meeting Sat urday noon voted Brate Wringer Mason City attorney out of the or ganization and adopted resolutions be instituted to that proceedings disbar him In takingthis procedure the bar adopted the report of the committee on professional ethics and griev ances which recommended that the president of the association present resolutions lo Judge Joseph J Clark asking that an order be issued if the evidence be deemed sufficient appointing two members of the bar to draw up an information formally charging Mr Wringer with the ac cusations brot before the bar Charges Ivot Disclosed The nature of the charges against Mr Wringer were not disclosed and will not be until the formal informa tions are filed The case against the attorney waa brot oefore the committee on ethics this week following numerous re ports and rumors of unprofessional practice The committee deeming these verbal complaints of sufficient gravity to demand an investiga tion held a hearing at the office of the chairman A LRule on May 28 Other members of the commit tee are John C Shipley John A Senneff L A Moe and George R lUdeman At this investigation Frank Chambers appeared in behalf of Mr Wringer the latter sending word hat he was ill Approximately eight vitncsses testified and a transcript vas made of the evidence Make Kccomnicndjitlons Friday afternoon the committee met and decided to recommend that hrce different charges of unprofes sional conduct be filed against Mr Wringer and that lie be expelled from membership in the association This is a regrettable action but members of the association take th1 view that they cannot let such hlngs occur said Earl Smith pres dent of the bar association Farm Relief Tariff Hold LJp Decision Elimination of Debenture Plan Counted on By Con gress Leaders WASHINGTON June 1 gressional leaders had a fairly clear leld today to develop their plans for n allsummer recess of the special essfon in sympathy with tha ex ressed desires of President Hoover Senate and house were both in ad ourriment over the weekend and he only meeting called was that of he joint farmbiU conference com mittee which had already made con iderable progress toward an agree ment on all sections in which the wo chambers failed to agree except he export debenture proposal The eenato is expected to foa called upon by ts conference group to eliminate the debenture plan from ts farm bill next week and the louse is prepared to take early ac Llon on the measureto provide for the 1930 census and subsequent re apportionment of the cumber representatives allotted to each state Some Doubt Held Aitho some doubt has been ex pressed as to the willingness of the deobnture advocates in the senate to permit elimination of their pro posal from the farm bill adminis tration aders are countingon such action and are inclined to regard arrangements for disposition of Larlff legislation as their principal task in the effort to comply with the presidents viewa on summer recess plans The chief executives opinion on that subject as expressed iu re sponse to inquiries of newspaper correspoudtnts was outlined in the following statement The majority leaders both Sen ator Watson and Congressman Til son are united in their recommen dations to me that there should be no recess in the special session un til farm legislation is complete and that there should be no recess after that except for a few weeks to ac commodate the senate finance com TDUN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 Will Rogers thefJ PITTSBURGH June sure certainty about our Memo rial days is as fast as the ranks from one thin out ranks from other take their place Promii nent men out of j Decoration day speeches but the world never runs out of wars People talk peace but men give their lifes work to war It wont stop till there isi as much brains and scientific WILL study putto aid peace as there is to promote war Yours WILL ROGERS P S Say what do you know about Owen Young getting those hyenas to agree Remember boys he is a democrat Dont try to claim him you republicans THREE KILLED 4 WOUNDED BY VETS GUN FIRE Drink Gazed Man Sends Stream of Lead Into Police Squad June 1 Prouss the maniac who shot three men dead and wounded four others while in a drunken fury yes terday was decapitated today by a Chicago and Northwestern railroad train A body found on the right way was positively identified by a fishing license issued to Preusa and police believe the man sobered overnight realized the tragedy of yesterday and committed suicide The condition of Preuss body in dicated he had lain on the traclc nd waited for the train to run over m police said Was Expert Marksman Preuss a war veteran and expert arksman killed two policemen nd a civilian yesterday and wound 3 two policemen and two civilians 1th a pump shotgun The police lenwere members of a squad sent o arrest him after neighbors heard hurt n an auto accident Mrs A B Davenport left for JIason City to be I tlk among children They produced evi dence which purported to show tha wUJi them TURN TO COLUiJIN 0 Luther League Opens Fifth International Convention in Duluth DULUTH June 1 from all sections of the United States and Canada and foreign mis sion lands came to Duluth today for the opening tonight of the fifth in ternational convention of the Young Peoples Luther league of America The convention will be in session thru Thursday with a postconven tion tour from Duluth to Porl Arthur Ontario Canada plannec for next Friday and Saturday The Chinese are said cruelty in their motion to like pictures Some of the singing talkies ought to go well over Democrat and Chronicle GRAFTOH YOUTH HURT IN BLAST Explosion Hurls 14 Year Old Boy Over Gasoline Station GRATTTOrT June Lan deck one of three 14 year old boys who were playing with matches near the Standard Oil gasoline sta tion here is awaiting death from an explosion of a barrel of de natured alcohol this noon The force of the explosion which left the bottom of the barrel stand ing on the ground blew he boy clear over the station He has a broken neck and a fractured skull and blood pouring from his ears doctors said indicated an irijury to the brain His death was ocly a matter of hours physicians ciid One of his companions Armoind Wahl has a broken arm and the other Reuben Kanzenbacb is only sljghtly injured Both are suffering the effects of the alcohol fumes which got into their eyes No property damage resulted from the explosion LLOYD GEORGE MAY BE KEY MAN IN BRITAIN ConservativeLiberal Co alition Discussed as Possibility T ONDON June 1 Li future of the British government vas in doubt today The liberal par y of David Lloyd George apparent ly held the key to the political sit uation which has arisen as a result of labors great but insufficient vic tory in the parliamentary elections Thursday Altho the labor party rode the conservative government of prime Minister Stanley Baldwin down to a decisive defeat almost complete returns showed it lacking 20 seats of 308 necessary for a majority in theh ouso of commons The stand ing was Labor 288 conservative 250 liberals 54 others 7 Several possibilities suggeste themselves First that Stanley Baldwin prime minister in the present con servative government would go t the house of commons and fight fo control depending upon liberal vote to keep him from a vote of nocon fidence Would Ask MacDonald Second that he would resign e ther immediately or after a nocon fidence vote and Ramsay MacDon aid leader of the labor party won be asked to form a government Third that tha political stal mate which has resulted from th lections would shortly cause tl ownfal of any government whic 3 formed and necessitate new cle ions probably in the autumn The entire situation seemc hinged on what the liberals am Joyd George with their balance TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN f Recital Given by Piano Pupils at Manly Church MANLY June piano recital was given here Friday evening at the Bethel Evangelical church by the pupils of Miss Jennie De Yoe Campbell Those taking part were Gloyd Resor Eslelline Jones Jane DeVaiilt rfarrict Bosworth Marvin Benjegerdtcs Marian Dillon Mary Duncan Jessie Beyer Ivadell Bed nar Marjorie Bosworth Johanna Nelson Mabel Mitchell Dorothy Lichtcnsteln and Irene Oilman EXPECT TO RETURN and Mra A Hulclil efm left for Ios Angeles to visit tliel son Theodore and other relatives They expect to jeturn Jigmo July J im threaten to kilt his wife John Lee CorJey leader of tha elective squad was the first ta all before the madmans onslaught onley was approaching the reat door at the time After mortally vounding him Preuaa swung around ind fired at Policeman Herbert Hagberg who waa coming in the front wty Hagberg screamed took a dozen stepsBJM felldead Policeman Joseph J Mtirphyy onlays chauffeur Had re mained in the car seized a shotgun and started to the help of the other policemen He had taken less than a dozen steps when Preuss pump erun blazed thru a front window and Murphy fell badly wounded Neighbor Fulls Dead A second later Gus Karos who ived three doors away from the reuss home and John Chorazak another neighbor both attracted by he shooting met where Murphy iad fallen Karos had rushed out to TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN TEN DEAD IN TEXAS FLOODS High Water Due to Heavy Rains Causes Millions of Dollars Loss HOUSTON Texas June 1 Floods in south and east Texas fol lowing torrential rains today had claimed 10 lives and caused darnaga amounting to millions of dollars Three persons none of whom wa3 identified drowned yesterday A messenger boy on a bicycle waa caught in the swirling current in a street here and was swept away A terrified onlooker fell into the water and lie too wag carried away It was believed the bodies would be re covered in the basement of some nearby building when the water recedes At Fort Worth a Negro boy swimming in the high waters of the Trinity river was carried under by the swift current Seven others lost their lives earlier this week KING GEORGE RESTS EASILY Progress Will Be Tedious Bulletins at Windsor Castle Report LONDON June 1 An offi cial announcement at noon today j condilon but his progress waa satisfactory would be tedious A bulletin issued by his physi cians at Windsor said His majesty the king passed a good night The abscess so far is following Its normal course which in the nature of things must be ted ious We accordingly advise that the Thanksgiving service should be de ferred to a later date As his ma jestys general condition is now ial isfnctory there is no necessity to issue bulletins every day1 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I was goin to have a hen for dinner butthat piece in the paper about males bcin superior got me so riled just wanted to wring a roosters neck   

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