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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                1 North lowcta ALLY PAPER Edited for the Home EDITION L XXXVI FIVE CENTO PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWAt THURSDAY OCTOBER 31 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLMENTAL SERVICE NO 19 LOST resident Hoover BOAT CRASH WANTS BILL TO IE OUT OF WAY IN SHORT TIME Watson Brings Message I for More Speed From President WASHINGTON Oct 81 ator Watson of Indiana the republican leader announced in the senate today that President Hoover anted the tariff bill passed as soon possible and urged that all fac approach the subject in a con Jory manner to see that it la atson who is preparing to leave Florida for his health and to re lish temporarily his leadership enator Jones of Washington at the outset of the senate and1 told a conference held at vhlte house last night with the dent which Senator MeNary allcan Oregon also attended over Senator Watson said is us that the tariff bill be passed art of his special session pro L which calleds for farm relief a marketing act and tariff leg Ion v said he had not asked the Sdeat if he would sign the tar si in its present formor wheth any concessionsto indApendentdemo Stock Buyers Rush to Get in ort Bargains While Market Goes Up Robinson Blames Hoover Active Issues Show In Mellon Coolidge for Market Crash WASHINGTON Oct 31 Re sponslbility f or the stupendous drop in stock market prices was at tributed today to President Hoover and other chieftains of the repub lican party by Senator Robinson of Arkansas democratic floor leader The chief executive Secretary Mellonand former President Cool idge were blamed by the Arkansan who a year ago was his partys choice for the vice presidency for encouraging the recent speculative market with overconfident state ments and the present administra ion fof not taking steps to check the recession when it came Contradicts Klein Robinson also took exception to the statement of Dr Julius Klein in a radio speech Tuesday night thaj the condition of American bus iness and industry was highly sound and stable and asserted It was com mon knowledge that a rjersistent de pression had gripped the small bus inesses and industries and agricul ture as well It may be well to be ginning of this calamity Robin son said referring again the creases of From to Each mad Action on Tariff Measure ONE SHIP GOES DOWN AS OTHER RACES TO PORT ON TRIAL FOR MURDER lc market collause If the fpiin of InVes was ifalth inHthe1 strong Cppsl strong Ithe legislation he I think this tariff bill can be Lpassed and I think it to be 1 passed V I there were some republicans of the administrationgroup desirous oil afaourpliig the senate at an early f Watson said he f or one would agreeto adjourn without tag a tariff bill the president had in Wktson asserted the house pass apth IcA Iject to who iff I d ai bill and the senate had ngto do but consider it setting the senate twice had re moves to confine the revision jiculture he added there were on both sides of the chamber felt some industries needed tar sreases Find Reasonable Bates The trouble is we have not ap proadhedthe subject in a concilia tory Way he said adding that th TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 4 NEW YORK Oct 31 scramble to buy stocks influ enced by the belief that the selling crisis had definitely passed broti about a sensational advance in I prices on the New York securities markets when the exchanges opened at noon today Initial transactions In many of the leading issues ranged from 10 000 to 70000 shares with the active shares showing gains of 5 to near y 25 a share and one stock Au burn Auto soaring 575 Spectacular Gains Opening gains in many cases were even more spectacular than the declines in the bad reactions of the past week So great was the accumulation of overnight orders as a result of re ports that Americas most powerful financial forces had definitely checked the wave of hysterical sell ing that specialists on the floor were required to bunch them and wait several minutes before they could settle on fair opening prices Odd lot houses which handle the accounts of smal customers report ed that they Jiad never seen such an army of bargain hunters looking forcheap stocks of high grade m trusts and wealthy In Associated Prtsi Phalo R BT Hamilton Amarllln Texas attorney W in trial in Weatherford changed with the murder of his soninlaw Toni Wal ton Jr May Develop Rich Goal Fields Thruout Alaska Science Discovers New Meth ods of Utilizing Deposits YOUTH ADMITS f cbinmerce presidentcon pn the and TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 5 oil v r Assoclatedrjrcss Feature Service The neglectof territorys lintapp ed depo s its E rnest Walker Sawyer executive assistant toSic fashion Humble oil shot iipf Interior RayLyman Wll id Clementel Still Tries for Cabinet 54275 to 5123 Standard Power ind Light toSl60 Electric bond and share S20 to and Gulf Oil to FARIS Oct 31 Etienne 14 w Clementel veteran French political leader went about in calm and businesslike manner today the task of recruiting a ministry as France entered its tenth day minus a gov ernment He already has assured himael of the collaboration of Aristlde Brland resigned premier in the for elgn office portfolio and repor has it of Henri Cheron and Loui Ixjucheur to continue in the financ and labor ministries x His friends asserted there was every reason to believe he would have a tentative ministry list ready to submit this evening to President IOWA WEATHER Ptobably snow Innorthwest lortkon and rain changing to mow in east and south portions Thursday night and Friday Thursday night and in tast and central portions Frl LOCAL STATISTICS GloboGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock 58 37 19 Doumergue It was expected the list would have a close resemblance to the last here cabinet of Raymond Poincare and would In effect bea center govern ment with a strong leatlst tinge M Clementel himself was said to intend tp hold the commerce min istryIt was expected his radical socialist party would be allotted the all important interior portfolio ACTRESS SLAPS DRAMA CRITIC American Woman Resents Remarks of London Writer LONDON Oct 311 Foster American actress has an swered in original and striking mariner the complaints of all her American sisterhood against ad verso British theatrical criticism The Daily News said today that Miss Foster yesterday saw Han nen Swafer dramatic critic ofthe Sunday Express in the luncheon room of the Savoy hotel and slap ped him In answer to his recant critical remarks of her role in Con science which haa just opened The writer had likened Miss Fos ters voice to that of a ventrilo quists doll taking exception to her American accent Noticing him In the luncheon room Savoy Miss Foster walked up tohis tabl and asked him if he knew who ah bur said today must be recousiJ ered in ths light of scientific ad vances i Wasteful to Burn Coal Science has proved to us that it is wasteful to burn we are losing valuable tars from which gasoline and a hundred other pro ducts may be obtained Laboratory research is yearly advancingnew methods of its correct utilization In Alaska lies a great proving ground Last year the territorys mines produced more than 125001 tons Yet geologists estimate tht resources exceed 150 billion toiia far beyond the original supply Pennsylvania the largest produce among the states Several industrial companies ar ontemplatlng theinvestigation o the possibilities of applying i Alaskas virgin fields sciences mos methods of transforming coa nto valuable products The new system of coal utilize ion to which he believes Alask well adaptedia a modern revolu ion against the burning of co in its crude state Onefifth Surveyed Only onefifth of Alaska has been surveyed geologically and the totU mown coal fields include 12667 square miles Of this area 1202 TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 5 ORESTON Oct 31 of Akron Ohio alleged cader of a quintet including one Irl arrestea here Tuesday night found driving a stolen auto mobile admitted to Chief of Police jpuden today that they had stolen hree cars in theirattempt to go rom Ohio to thefar west the chief I Maximum Minimum Rainfall North Iowas temperature has been on the ascending scale for the past 36hours At 8 oclock Wednes day morning the reading was 37de grees at 7 oclock Wednesday eve ning the mercury had risen to 49 dei grees and this rise continued thrji the night with the result that at H Oclock Thursday morning It had Reached58 degrees Along with the rain which fell Intermittently thru the dayand night there was a touch of hall at about 4 oclock Thursday morning MURDER CHARGE FACES KIDNAPER Body of Detroit Man Miss ing Since Found in Michigan Town DETROIT Oct 31 first degree murder warrant against Jo sephA Legs Laman will be askec in connection with the death of David Cass son of a Detroit real es tate operator Young Cass bullet torn body was identified last night at Lapeer Mich Laman alreadyIs serving a twoyear sentence in the Michigan stale prison at Jackson was He answered No whereupo she mentioned her name adt ed I amgoing to American womans way theve ments you paid me She t slapped his face twice and told him if he continued to say Such uncalled for things she would slap him again FRIENDS TRY TO PREVENT ACTION AGAINST SOLON Ginghams Supporters Seek to Sidetrack Resolution yASHINGTON Oct 31 V Friends of Senator Bingham republican Connecticut intervenes oday with Senator Norris republi can Nebraska in an effort to bring about an understanding whicl would make unnecessary the pra sentation of a proposed resolution of censure for Blngham Senator Norris entered the cham r today prepared to offer a reso lution condemning the employmen by Bingham of an officer of the Connecticut Manufacturers associa tion to assist him in tariff legisla tion Before he could act Senator Reed republican Pennsylvania was seen to confer with the Nebraskan Later it was understood that friends of Bingham were carrying tn him a proposal that some manner of apology be maderor ma severeat tack upon the senate lobby commit tee which inquired into his activi ties Wants Garner Defeatedv WASHINGTON Oct 31 John Henry Kirby president of the southern t ariff association testif led before the senate lorjbjrcomrnittei today ner MAY SUCCEED BURTON Associated Press Photo Col Carml E Thompson of Cleveland Is mentioned as a possible choice to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Senr ator Theodore E Burton of Ohio EXTORTION KING OF CHICAGO IS All on Board Freighter But Eight Believed Drowned BULLETIN MILWAUKEE WIs Oct 81 was reported here that the ore boat Thomas Walters had picked up three men be lieved survivors of theSena tor BULLETIN CLEVELAND Ohio Oct 81 members of the crew of the freighter Senator which sank In Lake Michigan today in a collision with the Marquette aro on board the crippled Marquette which Is making for port at Milwaukee officials of the Cleveland Cliffs Iron com pany owners of theboatsaid this afternoon Officials heresaid they hod received Information that the steamer Thomas Walters and car ferry Pere Marquette No 18 were f ojlowlng the Injured Marquette in KB race for shore It was Indicated that the Marquette was drawlnpf water rapidly and would barely make port The shipIs expected to dock at Milwaukee about 4 oclock central standard time the sage to Cleveland Raid wis bet si i secretary of X Arnold the association and R B Creager republican national cbmmitteemau from Texas sought to have C C Belcher who was not identified further run against Gar No I dont believe that re plied Kirby The chairman then said Creager Laws Store Magglo Oct 3i called The Rocco Scorge died today from bullet wounds one in the head and three in the back Police said he had got what had written Arnold that he believed I wag coming to him Belcher could make things et Belcher into this Some body O ut to Do It hot announced The girl who yesterday i ie Btannons sister has he Is Leona Hanklnpon of Mrs Sarah HankinBon of Youngs own Ohio Louden added The otai rs held pending action of Akron to to up been convlcted an are Robert Rogers of up rested for extortion and blackr He was one of the most f cared men f Sicilian extortionists one of the sobriquets of this mtm whose death Came asthe ch max to otservance of hi3 thirty m lf thlrd birthdav Anniversary He had ron and Richard McAnnon and James Johnson of Parkersburg W Va they stole an automobile at Akron and desertedjt at Charlton Iowa where they stole another car to drive to Creston switching the Ohl6 license plates In Creston their at tempt to steal the third car result ed In their arrest some one ought to pi sent our views he answered add he approved Senator Bing a employing Charles lid him In tariff mat with 23 reported lo at Five of the crew of the Senator werepicked up by the Marquette which was standing by A dense fog covered the lake this morning The Senatorleft here at this morning A good portion of her car go consisted of automobiles V Wireless reports from the Mar quette said that despite damage she would be able to make Sheboygan Coastguards Leave for firstSOS was picked up by the Wright Steamship company of Sheboygan It was sent by the Mar quette at a m Sheboygan and Milwaukee coastguardsmen left for the scene at once The of VOTERS INDORSE LIQUOR POLICY Conservatives in Ontario Canada Win Overwhelm ing Victory Little Sicily Friend1 down of the vegetable bins fatherinlaws grocery last I thot Binghams explanation 1 followed by a honorable and fine and I apsination In another his action in getting help Myles Cannayen known to from a trade association Kirby as a racketeer Td A stranger entered the little West side grocery and inquired of the Royal Marriage Postponed I clerk if my friend Magglo was BRUSSELS Oct 31 there As Magglo stepped forward Of the uii i Danger poked apistol inhis cutters and large the marriage of Princess face shouted curses and fired far from the scene of the crash Marie Jose to Crown Prince HumMagglo llvedseveral hours but did made up the rescue fleef bert of Italy may be postponed un1 not The killer shorHy after 1 P til February The three members of the crew of the Senator who were picked up by Marquette a wireless message I received here said were Leonard S BOSS William Filbeck and Ralph Ellis radio operator The Senator so quickly the message said that there was no time to launch life boats Heads for Milwaukee A score of boats rushed to the aid Linn County Bar Head Recommended as Judge to Succeed Anderson CEDAR RAPIDS Oct 31 C Ring president of the Linn County Bar association will be rec ommended to Governor Hammill for appointment to the district bencn to succeed Judge Fergus L Anderson who resigned yesterday The names of Ring and six others werq sub mitted to the association and after a motion to submit all seven was brutally beaten before four bulto the governor had been defeated waa voted to telegraph a recom STAKES FATE ON STORY Oklahoma Dry Raider Is on Trial for Killing Farmer CHANDLEROkla Oct 31 Staking his on his own story of the slayjjf Oklahoma farmer killed 6urth o July liquqr raid Jeft Srris 65 dry raider todaV was pref to con for extortion An autopsy revealed that Cass cross examination in charge of murder in the death of Oscar Lowery lets were fired into his chest The youths jaw bone had been frac tured and the body was cut and bruised Apparently he was slain soon after he was kidnaped last July Four bullets were found In the body mendation for Rings How devout this age will seem to future archaeologists who dig up a temple on every Review fire o Ion wit the shot whic ended a dozen yesterday Harris said ha hlstcstimon to save my life hony Harris cha TORONTO Oct 31 dIn power bythe biggest plural y ever giver agovernment In On tario the 7 servatives today re garded thei Mon as vindication of hel policy of government sale of quor Inaugurated three years ago by the regime of Premier G Howard Terguson the government control act was the principal Issue in yes terdaysgeneral election The proi gressives demanded bone dry legij slatlon and the liberals a plebiscite Was Startling Upset The conservatives holding 75 cf the 112 seats at the dissolution of the last legislature increased this number by 15 with four seats still doubtful today Premier Ferguson was returned lo power for thl lrd time was him Will Rogers off shore between Port Washlng hlmton and Milwaukee If necessary the captain said the I boat could be beached self elected with a majority of more Re orohibl T H lenged stories of wl nesses that Lowery was kil h walked unarmed from tlK into which the raider pursued Harris brotherinlaw of Lowery who also was slain duringthe raid and attacked the death bed state ment of Lowery signed ashort time before ho died in a Shawnee hos than 2000 votes over tlonist opponent the Bradley The greatest defeatwas suffered by the liberal party which had ex pected startling upsets in the rural sections to give them a far greater representation than the 21 seats theyheld at dlssolutiop Instead theirnumber was to nine W K N Sinclair liberal leader waa reelected by a majority 01 TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 7 HOLLYWOOD Oct knew they would find that so called lost plane in Arizona Let me tell you som e th i u g about these tinent ul Mines as they are ron ducted today Getting to tho destination d o nt mean anything Its the safety o f WILL KOtiERS the passengers that is their whole considera tlon In the last few weeks have made two trips the jas and back on both the Western Air express and the Transcon tinental1 Air transport One time they set us down in AmeriHo when there was bad weather ahead in Wichita Kans HOO miles away and its the same with all organized passenger lines all over this country If there is a safer mode of trans portation I have never found it horseback I got bucked off the other day Youra WILL ROGERS the Mar walked from the store I wirelessed that she would riot Maggio hay been arrested many to Port Washington but intend imes So frequent were the arrests ed to try to make Milwaukee At n fact that Magglo a few weeks thg tme she was just a little way ago sought an injunction to strain police from annoying The injunction was refused Has Long Record In December 1925 Magglo was convicted of murder and sentenced to life Imprisonment The sentence later was reversed and a new trial ordered The charge subsequently was stricken off the records but was reinstated two months ago fol lowing many complaints that Mag glo was attempting to extort money from his countrymen He was re leased on bonds but rearrested on charges of assault bigamy and ex tortion but in each case the charges were dropped when wit nesses fearing violence refused to testify Charges of assault against Mag gie two years ago were dropped when Magglo married the 14 year old girl who brot them Whittemore to Have New Dance Pavilion WHITTEMORE Oct Wagner and Fred Helnrich are making plans for the erection of a skating rink and dance hall on the south side of the Milwaukee depot The building will be 40 by 90 feet It will be a double floor with larg pillars thru the center The work will be started In about a week AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I never was so mortifiec as I was Sunday mornin when the new preacher cut his closin prayer so short I didnt have time to get my shoe back on   

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