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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI FIVE CEKTS PER COPY MASON PITY 19 1929 HOME EDITION TIE PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLMENTAb SERVJcINQ 9 SECOND 77 PEMEVOTED N UPPER HOUSE FOR THIRD TIME Much Debated Measure Wins Approval by V 42 to 34 WASHINGTON Oct 19 thethird time this session the senatetoday approved the export debenture plan of farm tariff re lief incorporating the proposal in the pending tariff measure The vote was 42 to 34 As approved today debenture cerllfieates on farm exports woulc tothe federal farm board for the use in stabilizing the prices of surplus crops graduated1 scale designed to cle crease overproduction also would Mbe provided This would be accom pushed by decreasing the amount I lof debentures as exports in a commodity increased How They Voted Fourteen republicans joined with 28 democrats for the debenture I while only three democrats voted I vyith administration republicans in I opposition 1 The roll call For deben Borah BfobK ITriziervHoweU Adopts Jgbenture NABBED IN RUM v isiid flDemocra ts Ashur it Barkiey BlackV rBrattqh Brock Broussard Carawayv Corinally bill Fietcher Harris Harrison Hawes Heflin McKellar Overman Robinson Arkansas Igammons Stock Stephens Thomas Iof pklahovnia Trammel Walsh of Montana and Total Three Democrats Against t Against iKendrick Wagner Walsh of Massa Ichu sett I Republicans Allen Bingham I Capper Couzens Gillette Goldsbor lough Gould Greene Hale Hast Imgs Hebert Jones Kean Keyes IMcNary Metcalf i Moses Oddie Patterson Phlpps Reed Robinson lof Indiana Sackett Shoctridge Steiwer Townsend Vanden Walcott Warren and Watson Total Brookhart republican pwa withdrew a substitute he had bffered for the Norris plan before henote with the explanation that while he believed the issuance of Hebentures should be made manda I TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 2 SKt Thirtylive simultaneous raids in New Jersey and on Long Is land uncovering what Is re garded as tt rum empire which has its own army nuvy and fortifications lead to arrest of Manny Kessler known as New York riim king Kessler sent to Atlanta for two year term In 1938 as richest bootlegger ever arrested Agents Asked to Aid in Probe CHINESE MUTINY NATION URGED TO BACK BOARD IN HYDES TALK Secretary Says Organi zation Is Primary Need AMES Oct 19 of the federal farm board by all friends of agriculture was urged to day by Arthur M Hyde federal secretary of agriculture in an ad dress before the American Country Life association here The secre jtary said that the job of organiz ing agriculture is fundamental to any program Declaring that in council there Is wisdom Mr Hyde said he did not minimize any other plan but sub mitted that the organization of American agriculture is the first step toward success no matter what the program Job Is Big Enough The job ot organization Is big enough and difficult enough if we all work at it This plan has advantageover any IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair Saturday night Sunday except probably rata Saturday night In extreme r southeast portion Cooler Sat urday night probably frost In northwest portion CooJur Sun I day In southeast portion LOCAL STATISTICS American Sugar company weath stattsUca for 24 hour period end at S A M Varmest Friday 71 degrees in night 57degrees At 8 A M Saturday 69 degrees IKainfall Trace wind turned from the south ihere it has been for several days the southeast with indications more rainfall WEEKS FORECAST outlook for the week be nning Oct 21 For the Tipper Mis ippl and lower Missouri r beginning of week probably In periods middle or last part tem f ratures mostly near or somewhat normal eEDEAD US Gunboat Ordered to Scene of Riots at Wuhu SHANGHAI Oct 19 messages from foreign men of at Wuhu today said the trouble began there yesterday with mutiny of 500 Chinese soldiers had passed and nationalist soldiers were engaged in rounding up and disarm ing the mutineers An estimated 200 Chinese were killed in the fighting which lasted most of yesterday The Wuhu cham ber of commerce was understood to have paid the mutineers to leave the city This coupled with the pressure 6f attacking nationalist soldiers was considered to have terminated the incident Japanese naval authorities re jorted that the 70 or soJapanese here have been taken aboard a Jap anse warship but that they had not yet left the vicinity U S Boat on Move SHANGHAI Oct 19 United States gunboat Panay was ordered to Wuhu today from Han kow in view of the emergency cre ated by mutiny of Chinese soldiers there It was expected to arrive in midafternoon Standard Oil company officials sent a wireless message to their headquarters here that they had abandoned the town The Japanese are reported to have sent a ship to Wuhu to bring away the entire Jap anese colony British official reports from Wuhu later were that the situation there had eased with most of tne muti neers disarmed and the others driven from the city British residents re turned to their homes on subject It may ji6t gb far enough tp suit others But it is bow the law It does lead somewhere It will accomplish something That somewhere and that something is the creation of the farmers own organizations thru which he can make himself felt in the markets of the world Stating that changes would be recommended as experience proved them desirable he said that even if another plan finally is adopted the organization of agriculture is the first and elemental need No Use to Lose is nothing economically sound or socially desirable about TURN TO PAGES COLUMN 2 FOOTBALL SCORES Illinois Iowa Army Harvard Ohio State Michigan Minnesota Northwestern Wisconsin Notre Dame California Pennsylvania L 1st 2nd Srfl 4th Final FOUR CUBANS IN PLOT TO UNSEAT ISLANDS RULER Jail Drinker Found Guilty at DecoraK DECORAH Oct 19V District court adjourned Friday evening until Monday Oct 21 after the lury brot in a verdictof guilty In he case of Leslie Miller who was charged with possession of liquor in ail while serving sentence on an other charge The defendant claimed he found the bottle of liquor while working outside of jail A lot is being said about endur UUIUKZ ance records but what about the former senator Aurelio Hevia for woman who ias washed dishes three timesa day for the last 40 years Slater News t Earlier Renter dispatches from Shanghai said loyal nationalist troops rushed and quelled the mutiny which was confined to 500 dissatisfied soldiers British women and childrenywere said to have re turned to thfeir homes Proceed to Hankow LONDON Oct 19 Reutev dispatch from Shanghai today said It was reported reliably there that General Feng YuHsiangs forces had captured Chengchow Honan and were advancing toward Han kow The revolting Ironsides regiment was said to be approaching Hankow from the south General Chiang KaiShek presi dent of the Nanking nationalist gov ernment has thrown a crack divis ion into the struggle and a decisive engagement is predicted Life is said to consist of upa and downs but with many the ups re mostly matters of hope and the downs all matters of MonitorIndex J Will Rogers BEVERLY HlLLS Cab Oct reading about how it took the whole state of Texas and all the ar tillery and sido arms to kill that elephant Now why didnt they get one of t h o so women that we see in every Sunday photo section who has just returned from Africa and has WILL ROGERS her picture taken with one foot up on the neck of a dead ele phant and a twentytwo caliber rifle in her hands The senate committee is all excited over a man working for Senator Bingham and at tha same time drawing salary from somebody else Why thats how everybody in America that makes anything does It Nobody can live on one salary any more How does a senator do about his law cases Yours WILL ROGERS ing f or Organized Rebellion LJAVANA Oct 19 secret il police believed today they had stamped out a plot against the gov ernment of President Machado with arrest of four Cubans formerly prominent in the islands public life Charges of sedition probably will be filed against them Charges of attempt to incite re bellion may be filed against 11 others whose names signed to a revolutionary manifesto seized by the government agents the fed eral authorities said A signed statement by Col Carlos Mendieta Gen Francisco Perazo Col Roberto Mendez and J Muntz Vergara the first of whose names headed the manifesto declared that the arrests provide irrefutable proof that a reign terror exists in Cuba The four men arrested and charged with conspiracy against the government were Alfredo Avila plantation owner of Santiago da Las Vegas Pedro Valdez Fernan dez attorney Dr Antonio Beruff Y Mendieta attorney and Ssxto Aguiro Padron The secret police said the names of the followiagwere signed to the manifesto JuanGualberto Gomez mer secretary of the interior Rob erto Mendez Penate former gover nor of Pinar Del Rio province gov ernment agents characterized Cnl Mendieta as a man who had the government continuous trouble and who was manifestly an aspir ant for the presidency lOWANISSTiLL OUT IN FRONT Livingston Far Ahead of Air Tourists in Accumu lated Score ST PAUL Minn Oct 19 John Livingston of Waterloo main tained his lead in points in tho na tional air tourney today Tho 28 planes still participating in the tour arrived here late day from Cedar Rapids for an over night stop before leavingfor next controls at Wausau Wis uml Milwaukee Livingston who is entry No 26 was announced as having 37103 points His closest rival is Art Da vis who has 33300 Is Pound Guilty NEW HAMPTON Oct a farmer who resides about five miles southwest ofNew Hampton was found guilty by a jury of 10 men and two women In district court here Thursday of the crimfl of maintaining a liquor nui sance He Is to receive his sentence on Oct 21 by Judge W L Eichen ford of McGrcg BEARS LEADING PENH 127 AT THIRD QUARTER FRANKLIN FIELD PHILA DELPHIA Oct 194Before crowd estimated at 60000 persons the jumpon bears by leadinga scant point at the end of the first period of their game here today The score as the open ing quarter ended was Penn 7 California 6 The bears struck swiftly when Benny Lorn star halfback took Gentles kickoff and raced 55 yards to Penns 36yard line from where with Lorn and Griffiths doing most of the work California scored a quick touchdown Fullback Hickin bothem going over Beckett missed the try fof point Penn came right back and after Riblett blocked and recovered Lomg attempted punt on Califor nias 18yard line Masters went over for a touchdown in three Jlays He also kicked goal to put Penn in the lead 78 as the period ended California forward passed its way o anottier touchdown in the second period Lorn heaved a long one to LEGAL END OF EYANSONS JOB IS IN QUESTION Possibility of Prosecution Looms in Caraway In vestigation WASHINGTON Oct 19 The M assistance of the department of justice has been sought by the Caraway lobby investigating com mittee which will resume on Mon day its inquiry into the loan of an officer of the Connecticut Manufac turers association to help Senator Bingham republican Connecticut in framing the tariff bill Employment of both counsel and Investigators has been discussed at anexecutive session of the commit tee and Chairman Caraway saw that it is entirely possible the partment oE justice may be askei to lend a hand Committee members are in som doubt about the law involved in sal ary payments to Charles L Eyan son assistant to the president o the Manufacturers association b Stocks and Grains Ran Into Slump NEW YORK Oct 10 the fifth day this week share prices tumbled dizzily on the New York Stock Exchange today Scores of leading issues sold down from 5 to a share and many broke thru the low established In the brealc earlier in the month There was a notable speeding up of trading from the dull place dur ing previous sessions of the week some 3000000 shares hands in the two hour session The ticker fell more than 40 min utes in arrears GRAINS DECLINE UM u LU Morton end who fell across the goal line S Barr missed goal Score California 12 Pennsylvania Penn aided by penalties reached the Bears 15 yard line A lateral pass went astray however and Cal ifornia recovered the ball on its 22 yard stripe Lorn kicking out of im mediate danger Other Games FIRST Navy G Duke 0 Kansas 0 Kansas Aggies Missouri 6 Drake 0 f whiles tie a working for Senator Bingharn an technically on the governmen payroll as the Senators secretary Senator Caraway ayas he intend to seek no prosecution However Senator Walsh democrat Montana is studyingthe law in point and has intimated he may bring it to the attention of the committee 0 SECOND Yalo 7 Brown 0 Nbbraska 0 Pittsburgh 0 Kipon 0 Chicago 0 Swarthmoro 0 Washington Col 0 New York U 7 Pcnn State 0 FordJmm 0 Holy Cross 0 Cornell 13 Princeton 7 Dartmouth SO Columbia 0 FINAL Ind Reserves 9 Iowa Reserves G CAPOiOEEKS LIBERTY AGAIN Hearing on Petition to Free Gangster Set for Oct 28 PHILADELPHIA Oct 19 Another effort to get out of jail la being made by Al Capone ana his bodyguard Frank Cllne who arc serving one year terms inthe east ern state penitentiary here for car rying concealed weapons Under habeas corpus petitions for the discharge of the prisoners pre sented by their attorneys the state superior court yesterday ordered Herbert Smith warden of the pen itentiary and District Attorney Jofin Monoghan to show cause why the writs should not be granted The matter was set for hearingon Oct 28 ONE WEEK MORE FOR PANTAGES Defendant Himself Will Take Stand to Close His Case LOS ANGELES Oct 19 other week of presentation of testi mony in the trial of Alexander Pan tages multimillionaire theater man charged attacking Eunice Pringle dancer appeared in prospect today Defense attorneys said they had only afew more witnesses to call and indicated that Pantagea him self would take the stand to close their case The case is expected to be in the hands of the jury In an other week Interest in the hearing yesterday sentered in the testimony of L A Hills Stockton Ca attorney who directly accused Garland Biffle de fense witness Indicted for perjury f giving false testimony Mrs Rose Fowler private secretary to Pan tages also was called and gave an entirely new version of the attack story Contradictory stories told by states witnesses were that Pjntagea showed signs of a struggle follow ing his alleged attack on Miss Prin gle Mrs Fowler testified that her employer showed no evidence of having figured in such an occur rence and that his clothing was not disarranged There were no marks bruises or scratches on Mr Pantages when he came out of the little office in which Miss Pringle claims that she was at tacked said Mrs Fowler Mrs Fowler was on the stand under di rect examination when court ad journed for the weekend Her testi mony will be resumed Monday DIE IN CRASH Plane Goes Into Tailspin at 2000 Feet Near Scott Field SCOTT FIELD III Oct 19 Two army flyers were killed ycstertlay when their plane crashed on a farm three miles from here after going into a tailspln at 2000 feet altitude Those killed were Lieut Charles S Short chief in structor of reserve officers here and Lieut J K Stevens reserve offi ot St Louis CHICAGO Oct 19 prices emulating the example of the securities markets slid down today to new low levels for the season Beneficial rains inthe Argentina wheat belt weakened values here and export business in North Ameri can wheat was lacking The days decline of 2 to 2ys cents a bushel brot December wheat futures con tacts down to to March o to and May to to The close was frac tionally above the days bottom CAPONE CHECK TRACED IN RUM RAMIFICATIONS Gangster in Jail Still Able to Order Pay ment Stopped vpw oct 10 check for signed by AI Capone Chicago gang leader was being ought today among the documents eized Uv federal authorities in theii on the headquarters of the At GLASSGOW GOES OVER IN FIRST FEW MINUTES Hawkeye Line Holds Fast Against Dashing Ill inois Backs IOWA ST ADI UM IOWA CITY Oct The Illini after trailing the Hawkeyes thru the first period scored a touchdown in the second period and kicked goal to tie the count 7 and 7J IOWA STADiqM IOWA CITY Oct a in the first few mo ments of play the University if Iowa took the ascendancy iver the Illinois eleven in the first period here today The icore with one quarter vas Iowa 7 Illinois 0 j Captain Glassgow went in side his own left tackle and eluded the Illini safety man for a touchdown The Iowa cap tain then place kicked the ex tra point Once again inthe period the Hawkeye ed to score when adt antic coast rum smuggling syndi ate James E Wilkinson assistant U i attorney in Brooklyn said pay ment had been stopped on the check vhich was made out to a member oj he syndicate and sent last month le said he did not know how Capone ent it from the jail in Philadelphia where he is serving a years sen ence for carrying concealed wean ns Blow Up Predicted One official said that altho Hie Capone check was a slender link its otential possibilities of revealing He ramifications of the syndicates peratlons were such that if it de eloped it would blow things wide pen Federal authorities professed to ee another possible connection le ween Capones gangsters and the yndicate in the mysterious kidnap ng last June of Willard H Elliott ice president of the Hobart Trust ompany of Passaic N J Elliott vas missing six days He described is abductors as Chicago irang ters Recorded Jn Codo Two representatives of the United tates attorneys office at Trenton TURN TO IAGE 8 COLUMN 1 Three Motorists Injured CEDAR RAPIDS Oct 19 3ne person was probably fatally njured and three others less ser ously hurt in an automobile col sion three miles west of here arly today Dont Forg That extra edition of tho GlobeGazette containing all of todays footbal news It willbe at 7 oclock on the streets WHY WAIT UNTIL SUNDAY FOR THE NEWS line only to Jose ball ondowns The Old Gold line was funtv tioning excellently FIRST won the toss and chose to Kick off There was almost no breeze The irizzle begraii again as the teams ined up for the kickoff Thomas took Peters kickoff a rard from the Hawkeye goal and ailed to get up after three Illinois layers smeared him on the Iowa 2 yard line Thomas resumed play On the first play Captain Glasggow swirled inside hia left tackle and raced for i touchdown eluding Peters Illini safety man with a desperate lunge on the 15 yard line The crowd was in a frenzy as the Hawkeyea consulted on the play to try for the extra point and Sanseri trotted out to replace Thomas at fullback from Iowa Captain Glass gow dropped back for a place kick with Pignatelll holding the ball The ball struck the cross bar sailed Into the air and fell across for the extra point Score Iowa 7 Illinois 0 Westra kicked off for Iowa Peters was downed on the Illint 10 yard line Walker went inside his left end for four yards Yanuskus made a scant yard at his right guard Lanums punt went out at bounds on Iowas 45 yard line Glassgow Slips No Gnln Glassgow slipped and failed tn gam at centerlowaa old trick purt with Glassgow kicking from cloaa behind the line of scrimmage caught the Illini flatfootcd and Roggia downed the punt barely a foot from the Illinois goal but the kick was called back and Illinois got a 25 yard penalty for clipping Iowa Bak ing the ball on the 13 yard line Glassgow fumbled as he was CONTINUED ON SPORT PAGE AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen It was easier to raise boys in the old days The kind o pants they wore you only had to undo one button an they was ready to spank   

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