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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home L XXXVI FIVE OENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON HIT V TOWA mAouiN irii x IUWA HOME EDITION nPTVYDT7r OQ QQQ ULTOBtjB 28 1929 no UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLMENTAL SERVICE ANTAGES 1 FOUND GUILTY NIGHT SESSIONS MAY BE CALLED ON TARIFF BILL I Fourteen More Schedules Remain to Be Taken Up By Senate WASHINGTON Oct 28 UP Senator Reed republican Pennsylvania reiterated In the senate today that he saw no hope of the house and senate reaching an agreement on the tariff bill at this session and that In his opinion the measure dead Oct 28 ate leaders looked ahead today the countless controversies that lust be settled before a final vote i the tariff bill can be reached and brmulated additional plans for ex lediting debate I A general disposition to cooper Ite in avoidingdelay and eight hour laily sessions have proved disap lolntlngly ineffective Night ses pions were regarded in many quav ers as an inevitable course of pro adude if a tariff law is to be en cted before the regular sessions be Bgjn in December Sninot Wants Haste Chairman Smoot of the finance bmmitteewho is In charge of the has favored this method of bas oning a final votfe for some time There is however someopposition Liong the adherents of the demo raticindependent republican coali bn which hasproved ita strength SSsfitedlyin the projects republican r jdivlduaIfTAtfe1 schedules th4 began withvnalifirf Uie that to chemicals oilsaid paint still to fchedules remain to be considered Then the first has1 been disposed of ad after thesethe free list must debated Higher Vegetable Duty Todays daily controversy em Iraced by the Ibampions of agriculture to impose n increase duty on vegetable aimal and fish oils ad fata The independent western republi cs were activelfbehind a move fix the tariffon these commodi Jes at 45 per cent ad valorem Tmtrasted with various speclfti jitics estimated to fall short of levy pymbuth Vocalist to Sing in State Contest PLYMOUTHOct Hil Tcnnyhill who won the county litest of the Atwater KentRadio will enterthe state contest Ibo held at Des MoineaNov 3 IOWA WEATHER Bata Monday night and Tnes ay probably changing to snow uesflay In northwest portion BUghtly warmer Monday night east central portion and in gist central portion Tuesday Solder Tuesday in extreme west Freahto strong winds LOCAL STATISTICS JobeGazettA weather figures for lour period ending at 8 oclock morning armeat Sunday 60 golest in Night SS 8 A M Monday 89 iibe period ending at 8 oclock yKlay morning Saturday 69 iolest to Night 35 four consecutive clear 1 clouds arrived on the scene Iy morning and the wind had led from souti to straight east very auspicious way to start And particularly in the of the weathermans threat of J Monday night France ExpectedIb Have Next Socialist Regime Will Rogers Says SANTA MONICA Oct The Carnegie foundation got their answer about paid athletes who were subsidized Less than half that many attended 50 games where the athletes were pure but not much ath letes The public dont care how you got to a college It s how are you go VltL ROGERS to over the goal that they are worrying about We are a get the dough people and our chil dren are born in a commercial age If a babe in arms can cry loud enough to get paid for it we are tickled to em pay for talent whether its art music football literature radio announcing or flag pole sitting Any actors that can draw 88000 people in one day is worthy of their hire Dont let Wall street get all the gravy Yours WILL ROGERS AT DEATHS DOOR BINGHAM BACK CLAIMS r lilse of Policeman as His Chauffeur nrASHIKGTONOctZS ator Bingham republican Con necticut and members of the senate lobby committee engaged in one of the moat bitter personal exchanges in senate history today as Bingham struck back at hisaccusers Replying to the severe condemna tion by the committee of his use of Charles L Eyanson representative of the Connecticut manufacturers association in framing the tariff bill Bingham shouted that the pur pose of the committee investigation was to befoul me by innuendo and twisting of filmsy evidence I resent it and I shall resent uu til the end of time the tall Con necticut senator thundered pound Ing his desk with his clenched fist Leaping to his feet in reply Sen ator Blaine republican Wisconsin a member of the committee denied a statement by Bingham that he Elaine had used a capitol police man as a chauffeur for his car add ing He is throwing up a smoke screen in that charge against a slimy dirty trail mapped out de signedly fronvthe office of the sen ator from Connecticut to the office of the Connecticut Manufacturers association It the senator wants to know who drove my car over the moun tains I will tell him that I did No capitolpoliceman did and no capi tol policeman was asked to Both Blaine and Chairman Cara way of the investigating commit tee demanded recognition as Sena tor Bingham concluded reply to the committees condemnation in an hours speech Biaine was recog nized Fascists Observe 7th Anniversary of Their March on Italian City ROME Oct 28 Italy worked today the seventh anniver sary of the fascist march on Rome Actual celebration took place yes terday after an order by Premier Mussolini whodisliked an extra holiday The day was celebrated with pa rades and bell ringings over all the kingdom with speeches and inau guration of many new works and improvements many centering around the personality of II Duce himaelf The premier in a speech at Vene zla palace told thousands of black shirts massed in front of the build ing that after seven years we are younger stronger and more implac able than ever before WASHINGTON Oct 28 fl condition of Senator Theodore E Burton of Ohio was unimproved today and his death was expected momen tarily Friends had given up hope cf his recovery when he rallied only slightly after a severe sinking spell late yes terday afternoon Tho aged legislator was unconscious thru out the night London Reds Batte rOctV 2g miiriists and London police last night fought for a Half hour outside the American embassy when several hundred paraders at tempted to present a resolution of protest at the Gastonia N Car textile workers trials The parade of communists num bering several hundred formed at Trafalgar square and moved toward the American embassy when its way was barred by a cordon of police who informed its leaders they could not be received at the em bassy Free for all fighting ensued in the course of which some of the communists smashed windows of passing vehicles and involved inno cent passersby The clash lasted for more than a halrtiour before severe clubbings by mounted policemen and a number of arrests quelled the Red spirit The communists carried such ban ners as MacDpnald Gorges in Washington and Work ers Starved and MurdereU in Gaa tonia They flaunted these at the windows of passing omnibuses until police took them away from them The people in the neighborhood least concerned about the whole af fair were the members of the Amer ican embassy Police had drawn their cordon far enough away from the building to insure its inmates not being disturbed All of but three of those arrested later were released Damage seemed to have been small BANKS FAIL TO HALT DROP IN STOCK MARKET Prices Take New Sharp Nosedive in Last Hour of Trading NEW YORK Oct 38 Banking support rushed to the aid of the stock market early this afternoon proved ineffec tive and prices broke sharply to new low levels as heavy liqui dation was renewed in the late afternoon Total sales crossed the 6000000 share mark before 2 oclock with the ticker run urtlngnearly hours behind the market Renewal of sellingpressure against U S Steel common which broke to a new low on the current decline at 518850 off after having rallied to on reports that J P Morgan Ss company brokers were buy ing the stock sent the market into another nose dive in the lost hour of trading By STANLEY W PRENISIL Associated Press Financial Editor NEW YORK Oct 28 Strong banking support wag rushed to the aidof the stock market again today after another gigantic selling movement i had leading tissues dowfiVJS toJnearly S45 a SJjare 7i v1 f Ttie Tdeclirie7 which start ed from the ppening of marketand gained momentum as session progressed was checked in the early afternoon after many of the active shares had broken below the low levels established in last Thurs days record breaking session and thei ticker hadfallen more than an hour behind Total sales reached 5547900 shares at p m wfth indications that the days total would run be tween 8000000 and 10000000 shares DEGORAH MAN ESCAPES JAIL Liquor Transporter Disap pears With but 4 Days to Serve DECORAH Oct 28 Just four days before expiration of his five months sentence for illegal transportation of liquor Wayne C Gillman 30 disappeared from jail here yesterday Police said he fled in an automo bile which he had overhauled for Lloyd Christian during the last week Gillman was arrested Memorial day near Ridgeway with 100 gal lons of liquor and was sentenced to five months and fined 5500 May 31 Former Plymouth Man Killed in California PLYMOUTH Oct reached here of the death of John HcCDnrieU in a railway wreck in California He was formerly a resi dent of this place and is well known here IN NEW TURMOIL NEW YORK Oct 28 street was thrown into turmoil again today by another disastrous break in stock priced which carried scores of issues down to 45 a share many of them below the low levels reached in last Thursdays record breaking session Prices slid off steadily from the openingwith the ticker falling steadily behind until it was nearly an hour late around the end of third lour Total sales crossed the 3000 000 share mark before midday with indications that the days total would run over 8000000 shares Couldnt Supply More Margin Many traders large and small who held on last week in the expec tation that bankers would support the market until it had become sta bilized were forced to throw their holdings overboard because of their inability to supply additional mar TUBN TO FAOE 14 COLUMN 1 BOTTLE BRINGS OF PURSER Trying to TS wri v r sel Vf ent D own HOLLAND Mich Oct 28 message slgjjfld and ostensibly writ en by RSadin purser of the Grand Trunk car ferry Milwaukee which Foundered in last weeks storm In Lake Michigan was found In a bot tle in the lake near here yesterday It was dated Oct 22 at p m and read Making water fast in slicker Rumps working good Have turned hack to Milwaukee Might make it might not AH crew same as last payroll The message was written on Grand Trunk stationery Coastguards here said the mes sage was encased in an official tube nto which an officer of the ship was required to place a message in he face of an impending wreck The guards explained that slicker referred to in the message is the name given the compartment in vhich the crew of the ferry slept Daladier Is Working for New Cabinet Radical Members Expected to Be Given Prominent Parts DARIS Oct 28 prob ably within the next two or three days will have a largely Socialist first in the history f the third o those in power now in Great Britain andin Germany Headed by Edouard Daladier young RadicalSocialist leader the labinet which he will propose to President Doumergue to succeed hat of Ariatide Briand resigned ast week probably will have the most highly leftist complexion France has ever known Briand Heads Foreign Affairs Actual socialist participation in he new cabinet will not be author zed until tonight when the nation al council of the party of Lech Blum meets Politicians accepted as foregone conclusion that its mem bers would be authorized to colla borate with M Daladier The foreign affairs portfolio has 3een accepted by M Briand who iias held that post in successive cabinets of Raymond Poincare and in his own M Daladiers supporters expect M inclusion in the cabinet would bring from 50 to 60 votes from the moderate groups in Parlia ment These plus the 124 radical votes and the 101 socialist votes wlll giye MJ p aladler a workable i Muioh Speculation There was much speculationto day as to the composition of the Daladier cabinet It was believed he would retainthe all important interlbr portfolio in addition to the premiership Some expected many hitchesto develop between the Rad icalS6calists and the Socialists in the distribution of the various posts There possibility M Daladier would announce his cabinet late Tuesday or early Wednesday and would go before the chamber of deputies with it Thursday In view it his success yesterday In obtain ng Socialist collaboration and the ncluion of M Briand at least tem porary success tajthe chamber was ooked for JAIL FUGITIVE TAKES OWN LIFE Utah Man Commits Suicide Rather Than Be Rearrested EUREKA Utah Oct 28 After 10 yeara of life as a respected ltlzen of this community Gustave Kahl was dead today branded by suicide and the machinery of the aw as a fugitive murderer Kahl shot himself because of impending discovery of the fact that he es caped in 1916 from Sari Quentin Jrison where he was serving a term or second degree murder Kahls body was found yesterday in a deserted cabin 17 miles from here after a twoday search A re volver frozen in his hand and a bul et hole thru the head told the story rle had been dead several hours when officers found him Kahl or August Baum as he was tnown here was arrested 10 days jgq after he had flourished a gun U ordering two rabbit hunters off a ranch where he was working Sheriff M M Kalghn investigated and found a cache of liquor owned by Kahl He waa arraigned at Salt City on a Houor charge and released on bond after he had been finger printed and photographed The former convict apparently fearing detection thru the finger prints left the ranch after telling a friend Dan Hufig that he was going to end It all He boasted he would never return to prison but de clined to say why he was wanted by police He disappeared and altho officers rushed to the scene they were unable to locate him RUSSIANS SHOT FOR SMUGGLING SOVIET JEWELS Execution of Merchants Brings Death to 63 for Crimes MOSCOW Oct 28 prom inent Jewish diamond merch ants Kleiner and Teitz were exe cuted by a firing squad today for smuggling diamonds out of soviet Russia Their deaths brotto a total 63 known executions in soviet Russia in the last four days for var ious alleged offenses most of them political The two Jews were charged with getting the diamonds out thru of ficials of the Latvian legation and importing illicit rubies purchased abroad at reduced rates Rejects Clemency Plea The presidium of the central ex ecutive committee the highest ex ecutive body of the soviet union re jected the prisoners plea for clem ency Two priests and two rich peasants were shot at Gari near Ivanova Voaniesensk where the local cem tery was included in a new govern ment collective farm for spreading the rumor the government would destroy the graves and close the church The peasant neigbprs of the dead men took severe repriBal measures th e i the same two bfothera named Korchangl were shot for op posing the establishment of acollec tive farm by their grain and terrorizing local communists Tried to Church Death sentences were pronounced yesterday on four members of the Preobrajensky church Kimri Mos cow province tionary activity Others identified with the church received prison terms It was said when government agents attempted to close tha church and his assistants rushed to church the priest and his assistants rushed to the church tower and rang the bells Hundreds of villagers as sembled and listened to a speech by he priest which inspired them to attack government representatives and members of local communist or ganizations Sioux Cityan Held With Liquor Load SIOUX CITY Oct 28 Markell was arrested and 670 gal lons of alleged moonshine liquor were seized by federal state and county officers here Saturday night AIRWAYS SHIP LOST IN STORM Seven Persons Drown When Airliner Forced Down Off Genoa CROYDON Eng pet 28 disaster has overtaken planes of the Imperial Airways for the second ime In a little more than four months claiming as beforeseven lives as its toll An Airways announcement today said the companys Indian airliner jity of Rome waa lost in a gale Saturday off Genoa and its crew of three and four passengers one of whom waa a woman drowned The announcement said the plane tiet tempestuous weather near Leg horn after leaving Naples with the wind 70 miles an hour It serit out an S O S and Janded near Spezzia The Italian steamer Famiglia from Genoaresponded to the dl3 tress call and got three ropei aboard for towing After about an hour the high seas snapped the iiawsers The steamer put into Spezia for further assistance and upon returning was unable to find the airplane Since then destroyers and aircraft searched the spot but found nothing and it was concluded all were drowned FORMING CABINET Press Pltoto Edward Daladier president of the French radical socialist party who was asked to form a cabinet to succeed the one under Premier Brinnd OIL FIRMS ARE VICTIMIZED BY ARMED BANDITS Stations at Decorah aiic Nashua AreJRobbed Safe Is Blown NASHUA Oct masked men one armed with a revolver the other with a piece of lead pipe beat he owner of the Midway Oil sta ion Charles Barkhausen into sub mission between here and Charles City Saturday night and took 515 rom his place of business The men who were dressed In overalls entered the station and or dered Mr Barkhausen to throw up Us hands He immediately attacked he foremost of the two and at empted to wrest the gun from the hands of the bandit The second bandit then came to he rescue of his accomplice and between the two of them gained control of the oil man As the men drove away a neigh or Henry Biirheister arrived at he station and called law enforce ment officers He pursued the Chev rolet car used by the men but lost hem after a chase to the edge of Vaverly Blow Safe to Pieces DECORAH Oct broke into the West Side Oil station aere Sunday night entering thru a window loaded the companys safe containing about in cash and checks Into some means of convey ance and took the strong box into the country and blew it to pieces Ruins of the safe and its con sents were found four miles north of here this morning on the Burr Oak road FACES TERM OF 150 YEARS IN STATES PRISON Theatrical Man Serve 1 Notice That He Will Fight It Ouf LOS ANGELES Oct 28 ander Pantages 54 theatrical magnate whose fortune of millions grew from a stake in the Klondike gold rush today faced a prison sen tence of from one to 50 years fol lowing his conviction on a statutory charge by a superior court jury here last night The verdict will be ap pealeddefense attorneys announced Pantages was found guilty of an attack on Eunice Pringle 17 year old dancer when the girl went to his offices to book a vaudeville skit on his theatrical circuit Out 21 Hours The jury of seven women and five men deliberated 21 hours but from the first ballot agreed that Pan tages was guilty The delay in re turning the verdict was occasioned 3y the jurys inability to agree vhether Pantages should be sen enced to one year In the county ail or from one to 50 years In the jenitentiary The 12 finally agreed on the long er sentence at oclock last night Pantagea at once became prisoner number 119251 in the Los Angeles county jail pending formal pronouncement of sentence Friday morning by Superior Judge Charie8 Fricke who presided at Thevaudeville irnprea recently soldi several of 1 Great Crowd Greets Russians at Detroit DETROIT Oct plane Land of the Soviets arrived at Ford airport at a m from Chicago The crowd which turned out to greet the Russian flyers was so that airport guards and police experienced considerable dif ficulty in keeping order IOWA MAN GETS BOARD POSITION James R Howard to Be Or ganization Specialist for Legge WASHINGTON Oct 28 R Howard of demons Iowa today was appointed organi zation specialist for the federal farm board and will begin his new work immediately Howard was the first president of the American Farm Bureau Federation Bombing Is Renewed in Street Car Strike NEW ORLEANS Oct 28 Street car strike violence broke ou again today with the bombing of i street car and two homes whic police said were occupied by non union motormen and conductors Both the houses were badly dam seed but the occupants were unhurl Imtgoiag ioj In bid cell T Instructed hlB attorneys to carry an i appeal at his convictionto est courts Claims Raw Deal I got a raw deal I didnt havea chance with the jury Pantages said They were against me from the Looks like a man doesnt have a chance when a wom an tries to frame him as I have been ramed But dont think I am beaten I have told my lawyers to TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 3 LEGGE EXPECTS LOAN REQUESTS or More May Be Handed Out to Co Operatives WASHINGTON Oct 28 Chairman Legge of the farm board aid today he expected calls for cans from grain cooperative asso ciation amountingto to 520000000 within tha next few days These loans to Individual cooper ative associations the chairman said In all probability would be nade to meet present emergencies o be faced pending complete organ zation of the national grain corp oration which the board expects to deal with later Some of the radical ones are ac ually threatening to kick Uncle Sam n the aeat of to ind out what ha had on his Savannah News AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Marryin that widower an six children wont be like a plumb new experience to the Jones girl Shes had the itch for two years   

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