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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North louxfa PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASES WIRESERVICE jVTAqOM TFrV TAWA iviAbUJN LITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER NEWS SUPPLMENTAL SERvIGiNQ 1 BOARD AIRLINER W UNKNOWN Believed to Have Been Forced Down by Storms ALBUQUERQUE N Mex Oct 29 closing down over mountains which form the back of the continental divide today fncealed beneath a blanket of low ling storm couds and snow tha Westera AJr express liner vvth five persons aboard I The giant trinaotored plane with a crew of threi yesterday mornln Imewhere alongthe 180 mU Iretch of the Western Air expres lute between Navajo Ariz an abuquerque tit js believed to have been force by bitter weather which swep Rocky mountains yesteruay snow and rain whic used western air express to orJs J planes grounded The order cam late to halt the missing plus Ariz which it left yes at 8 21 oclock mountain lie J Due at Noon fpue in Albuquerque at noon tht last sighted over Navaio oclock At Pinto Ariz a 1 a Santa hear could not see Stv t i hound from suburb of Los jKansas City Those aboard were Dr A W San Francisco nationally m dental authority Mount Vernon N Y E DolesLos Angeles chief lt 3 Barrie Burbank co Britton Los Angeles Stew ifflclala of the company ex ssed hope that Doles had been J to fly over the Nayajq Indian east of the point where ras last seen before being forced On the eastern side of the i aNew Mexico boundary they they believed Dolescould find srpus emergency landing places Planning Search ery means Is planned to search territory thoroly Planes prepared to sweep at as low Sides as conditions premitted T TO PAGE 9 COLUMN S Pohl Trial Nov 25 4S MOINES Oct 29 3N Pohl of Nevada Mo wil i trial on Man act charges in l trial on Mann act charges in have taken a school gir Dea Mdlnes to Nevada J B Howard of demons who has been named director of or ganization for this federal farm board gained national prom inence thru his work with the American Farm Bureau federa tion PUBLIC REBUKE CONSIDERED N BINGHAMS CASE Norns Likely to Offer Resolution of Con demnation WASHINGTON Oct 29 possibility of the senate pub licly rebuking Senator Bingham of Connecticut for employing an offi cial of the Connecticut manufactur ers association to advise him on tariff questions arose today from the hubbub of charges and counter charges provoked by that incident A resolution of condemnation pri vileged under senate rules and de manding immediate consideration was contemplated by Norris of Ne braska chairman of the Judiciary under the authority of which the Caraway committee made a thoro investigation of the Binij f its general Stocks Rebound in Late Trading After ing in DEVELOPED IN GANG KILLINGS Bloodstained Police Uni form Found in Chi cago Apartment CHICAGO Oct 29 trail of blood leading to a Detroit police man s uniform and three 45 caliber istols in a blood spattered apart ment today had injected new life into the investigation of the St Vnl ntines day slaughter of seven toran gangsters The latest clews developed last gene inquiry into Ipbbles and lobbyists Meanwhile word spread that un less it Included such a provision an amendment would be offered de signed to remove the Connecticut senatorvfrom his place on the senate finance committee ThS inquiry dis closed thatBragham put Charles L Eyanson assistant to the i president pay roll uivii3 xiii y u U CU itlgl night 28 had been found shot thru both I Jaws in roht of the apartment Unable to alk at length he said lhat he hud een wounded by robbers Police followed a trail of biood rom the entrance td the second opr apartment finance committee then u tho consideration of rate iff ibe eraboded in the tar iff hill now before the senate Completing its inquiry into th BInghamEyanson episode the Cara way committee submitted to th senate ajeport of its findings BURfONTil SENATOR DEAD Legislator Worker for World Peace Had Long and Active Career Steel General Electric Americart Can and Other Exchange Favorites Stage Im pressive Rally After Discouraging Star i volume of trading governors of the extension in delivery time from to L w STILL GO DOWN NEW YORK Oct 29 wit bankers making every effort to as sure an orderly market stock price continued to break sharply toda under crushing weight of llquida tne New iYor n nres IssuesMists ori the NewYork stoo 29 IOWA WEATHEK Jin or snow Tuesday night snow in West portion Not much in temperature WL STATISTICS weather figures for period ending at 8 oclock i mornfag Monday In Night M Tuesday 39 32 84 24 150 JLy night brbtthe first real the seasonto Mason City morningthere was a I of white but because the Cure was abit above freez the ground was ex rain and JIch preceded thesnow the 1 of white soon vanished p continued from the east as obscured the sun Furniture in the apartment was verturned and broken as if 1 ruggle had taken place and the oor was marked with blood The olicemans uniform with three gold on the shoulders and the num er 1681 ionthe cap was found OTJ the flosr The pistols were found ia an oven Polibe recalled that in the Feb ruay gang massacre which took place less than three miles from the address men garbed as policemen were reported to have manned the machine guns One of the theories during the investigation was that membersof the Detroit purple gang had kilted the Moran men in reprisal for a liquor hijacking MORlDELAf FACES TARIFF Senate to Adjourn in Mera of Senator Burton of Ohio WASHINGTON Oct 29 Agreed that it must enact a tariff b tho divided In opinion as its ultimate context and end the senate today swung again to its consider ition of controverted rate gchej An adjournment in respect to the nemory of Senator Theodore B Burton of Ohio and a continuatJon or floor exchanges between mem bers of the lobby investigating com mittee and Senator Bingham repub Connecticut argued however m conslderation of WASHINGTON Oct The national capital the death of one of its most 5d Theodore E Burton 77 of Ohio a fe devoted larieh to public service and the advance peace Senator Bur died late Jast night A short before his death In In t senate chamber for er or pul funeral services The body will Rotate at the capitol thruout the Stlll concerned with the first of ne 15 rate schedules of the bill here remained for disposition by he senate the more important para graphs of the chemical oil and paints classification An independent western repubh proposal for ablanket levy of 40 per cent ad valorem on vegetable had been Postponed oV the schedule could be completed Barton realizedthat he not recover from the maJady that gripped him several months ago TURN TO PAGE 0 COLUMN I Rogers HOLLYWOOD Cal Oct 29 attention in the last few days has been focused on juries and from whal we read aboul It the persona opinions of the jurymen after listening to all the testimony dont seem lb mean much Its how strong i minded and per suasive aome other Jurymen are Look at the Fall case first ballot seven for acquittal two undecided and only three for con viction yet in the end the three switched all the others It wasnt for they had heard all It before theytook the first ballot so it looks like a lot of jurymen ought to be lawyers for they are evidently more convin cing than the lawyers Yours WILL ROGERS iron yiu to a share with most o them In new low ground for the year Trading reached record breaking proportions the 8000000 share mark being crossed before the end of the second Leading bankers again conferred In the offices of J p Morgan Co m the early afternoon The con ferees Included Charles E Mitchell chairman of the National City bank KLEIN TO SPEAK WASHINGTON Oct 39 Julius Klein assistant secretary of commerce will speak tonight at oclock over a nation wide radio hookup of the Colum bia Broadcasting company on business conditions In relation to the stock market Albert H Wiggin chairman of the Chase National bank and Seward Grosser president of the Bankers Trust company It was learned that the bankers pool recently organized was buying stocks today but was endeavorimf merely to keep the market orderly and making no effort for the time lemg to stop the decline Stock Leaders Rally U S Steel after opening k off 14 rallied to 192 and lipped back to Westing ouse Electric dropped points o 130 rallied to 137 Unioi Carbide dropped 13 to 7014 and allied to 78 American Telephone ropped 7 points to 225 arid soon old Montgomery Wan ropped 7 points to 52 and rallied j a point American Can opened at 30 off 6 and held at that figure uring theflrst 40 mimitcs Stand rd of New Jersey opened at 57 off thenrallied to 61 The stock tape was nearly 20 mln tes late soonafter Foreign exchanges opened steady fc Sterling Cables firm at IQWAN AMONG Horrifying hn j w Tales Told by Victims STOCK CRASH Continued Decline Woul Hurt Banks Iowa Sen Declares WASHINGTON Oct 29 Senator Brookhart republican Iowa predicted today thatIf the of stock Prlcfla In Wall Street continued banks all over thecountry wouldgointo bankruptcy The lowari who has bills roposing radical revision of the federal reserve law and prohibition of loans by banks for speculative urpuses said a large percentage of money advanced to brokerscame from banks outside New York who vould lose tremendous amounts of noney If prices for stocks continue o go down He added that what he described is the panic in Wall Street might ead to a general business panic far reaching consequences The present situation he said ould accelerate enactment of a bill j Senator Glass democrat Vir ginia to tax stock sales and a res ilutlon by Senator King democrat Jtah proposing a sweeping Inves igatlon of the whole financial slLu tlon Wall street has never witnessed such a wild opening as todays Practically all of the leading issues opened with blocks of 10000 to 50 000 shares with the average clines running close to 5 a share u 3 Steel Common after open ing fractionally lower at 185 quickly rallied to 192 Similar TC TUKN TO PAGE 9 COLUMN 4 Grundy Says States in West Have Too Much Tariff Say WASHINGTON Oct 29 Joseph R Grundy president of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers asso the lobbv today when he any stated he thot the smaller western states had too much voice In the senate on tariff legislation HOWARD ACTIVE IN FARM BUREAU lowaii Selected as Organiza tion Specialist for Farm Board DES MOINES Oct 29 James R Howard of demons ap pointed director of organization of the federal farm board at Wash ington forseveral years was one of the foremost leaders In Amer ican Farm Bureau federation af fairs For noteworthy activity In bu reau affairs of his own state Mr Howard in 1919 was chosen first president of the Iowa Farm Bu reau federation A year later he was drafted to become head of the American Farm Bureau federation n Chicago He served several years n that capacity In June 1922 Mr Howard was mentioned in Washington dls mtches as one of those considered for thejxst of eighth member of ne federal reserve board but ailed of appointment He returned o his farm near Clemens During Presfdential campaign he affiliated with the Hoover organl zatlon and in the western head of the republican party at publicity work for candllafe0f Later Mr Howard was mentioned of mem The Rev Dr John Roach Straton known the country over for his fundamentalist views diedat his homo in Clif ton Springs N Y of a heart attack SlrfioiMJOTED By H B BURTON Associated Press Staff Writer KBNQSHA Wis Oct 29 With pounding waves playing an obligate to their conversation crew and passengers from the foundered steamer Wisconsin told today the story of a nightmare cruise on Lake Michigan only one degree re moved from tragedy for all Dazed and chilled by exposure to the force of a storm as bad as that In which three Great Lakes boats went down last week their refrain was at first Wheres a stove Wheres a cigaret Whose got some thing hot to drink Later asthey huddled around n huge stove in the Kenosha coast guard station they related how Lake Michigan hadproved too strong for the passengerfreight boat which had weathered many fierce blows Began to Take Water Hardly aminute afterthe Wis consin poked her nose out of the Chicago harbor she was caught up in the storm Hitching androcking like a big swing one sailor said she struggled up the Wisconsin shore toward Milwaukee Then she began to take water in OF LAKE TRAGEDY Steamer Goes Down Four Miles Off Kenosha Noted Fundamentalist os o mem ber of federal farm board For a number of weeks he hag assisted office of the board in Washington j iprp town and country are coif e Arkansas Gawtte S teleacaoed wlib Succumbs After Long Illness CLIFTON SPRINGS N Y Oct 29 Rev Dr John Roach Straton 54 died oclock to day Altho he had been 111with a uer jous breakdown for some months his death came unexpectedly His wife alone of his family was at Ills jedsjde The cause of death was a a slight paralytic troke last April and immediately Mter went to a sanitarium atAt anta Ga for a rest He returner ohls homea month ago but soon uffered from a nervous breakdown and entered the sanitarium here He was pastor of Calvary Bactisl lurch in New York By his aggres ve campaigns againstmodernism nd especially evolution he gained ation wide prominence During the ast presidential campaign he n active part against the candl acy of Alfred E Smith attacking him from his pulpit and campaign ing against him in the south Appointed Bryan Dr Straton was a militant funda mentalist and In recent years had clashed repeatedly with proponents of modernistic teachings He lent his support to the late William Jen nings Bryan at the famous Scopes trial at Dayton Tenn in 1925 His campaigns against alleged in decency on the stage dates back to 1922 when he engaged In a debate with William A Brady Broadway theatrical producer on a resolution that the modern stage was a men ace to public morals He opposed tho study of Darwinism teachings in the public schools and denounced Ku Klux Klan doctrines In Constant Conflict Dr Straton constantly was In con flict with various members of his congregation atCalvary Baptist church In New York City partly thru his sermons and because of his other activities At one time 23 memberswere suspended because ot i wfc her bunkers It came cascading in on the stokers arid whalers working desperately In the engine room The Ttonps were falling behind Soon live feet of water flooded the floor Wis Oct 29 From 10 to 15 men went down with the lake steamer Wisconsin in a terrific gate off the Kenosha shore early today More than three score were saved many of them maddened and some near death from the horror and the exposure of hours in the wind whipped sea The three passengers aboard were rescued Among the was Kenneth Carlson of y after toe Wisconsin went down there were eight known dead 66 accounted for and seven of the dead had been identified These were Capt Dougal Morrison Chicago Chief Engineer Judas Buschmann Manitowpc Wis Victor Yesus Chicago seaman Walter Ryan deck hand I B A Cassegas Chicago Joe third cook Old Joe deck hand Fifteen sailors who clung tothe raft as the steamer rolled over and sank were plckedup by the flahlne tug Chambers BrothersSix more el the stokers y raised their ahoveta above and for half an hoot kept tb fires going Water Put Fires Out Just about la the water reached the furnaces they went out nit still the stokers stayed until hey finally had to leave to save heir lives Above the radio operator clung were savedby coast guardsmeru More than two score of the crew and two of three passengera who i r co foaacugera boarded the Wisconsin at Chicago Va W r o his post sending first we are in distress and then the re In a sinking condition on the eck in sharp relief front the red ight of flaresthe captain crew and lassengera were working calmly to t down life boats as the waves scaded over them The life boats rocked as they were lowered and one pitched two men overboard Fred Trubert of Milwau kee was in that boat but he made no outcry whenhis arm was crushed and brokenagainst the steamers side He watched while mates manned the oars and waited for a coastguard launch to pick them up Captain Waves Goodbye Three times the launch cruised back and forth riding the crest of the waves and dippingIn their hol lows There were still from 12 to 17men aboard when the last life boat left the sinking steamer Its men looked back and saw thru the spray their captain Dougal Mor rison waving goodbye Then mist and the waves blotted him from sight went down Eight life rafts and one of ibclix Ifeboats were still on board when the stem of the ship was seen to Ink The boat Tolled heavily on Its Ide and settled beneath the waves Started Second Trip The two power boats of the Ken osha and Racine coastguards pushed out again into the 30 foot waves In the fragile hope that the last rem nant of the crew might have escaped on the rafts before the Wisconsin went down There was 15 feet of water In the vessel at 5 a m when the last of the rescued left the steamer They had left their shipmates huddled on the deck clinging to life rafts shivering and soaked by the slashing of the huge waves whipped Alp by the second violent storm In a week The Wisconsin had been tho only vessel to ride out the gale of a week ago No women were aboard the ship when It left Chicago last night with a cargo of merchandise for Mil waukee Reserve Boat Nearly Lost The two coastguard crews went out to the rescue In answer to the first SOS calls about 2 a m For two hours they fought to get a line aboard tha Wisconsin but It was impossible to approach the vessel and one rescue boat was nearly DALADIER CANT FORM CABINET Socialist Leader Gives Up When Party Refuses to Participate BULLETIN PARIS Oct 20 nouncement was made late to day that Edonard Daladler rad icalsocialist leader had given up the task of forming a cabi net because of the refusal of the socialists to participate PARIS Oct 29 French socialists thru their national coun cil today refused to join the radi lost Five lifeboats finally were launched and those rescued were picked ut from the small boats Fred Tjuber lookout of the Wis TURN TO PAGE 9 COLUMN 7 Throe Killed in Explosion HOT SPRINGS Ark Oct 29 UP men were killed here to day by an explosion in the car in which they were riding The blast demolished the machine shattered windows and was heard over a wide radius troubles with their pastor He also SLatalSi in a ne encountered difficulty with the ntThe refusal makes jr WILII Qe dlers task at cabfrmf ryoi encountered difficulty with the TURN TO PAGE 9 COLUMN 2 Fireman Killed as Train Leaves Rails CHATTANOOGA Tenn Oct 29 Aderholt fireman of wo 43 passenger train on tho Ala DamaGreat Southern line was illed and several passengers in jured when five cars and the en gineof the train left the tracks at New England Ga 12 miles from here Bhortly before 7 a m One others overturned headed by Edouard in forming a new govern T Dala The national council adjourned last night after an agitated four hour session This morning after another hot fourhour debate it voted 1590 to 1451 to reject the oC Ter of M Daladler for equal repre se senttlion ministry M Daladler in a socialist coalition wiio reported to rcjiurieti to President Doumergue at noon faces the problem of forming a cabinet of radicals with scattering support of other parties of the left which can provide him at best with a most pro carious majority It was hardly he he could combine with the right or right center to let a majority AUNT HEX By Robert QuilJen I aint seen Pa try to dance since the time he was tryin to kill a mouse for me an it run up his britches eg   

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