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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                i North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home ASSOCIATED JPRES8 LEADEDWIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA HOME EDITION YEARS i I SOLONS ACTION JAYS NEBRASKA MAN Bingham Says He Sees Nothing to Apolo gize For WASHINGTON Nov 1 senate was called upon today by Senator Norris republican Nebras ka to vote oh a resolution to con demn Senator Hiram Bingham re publican Connecticut Attherequest pf Senator Fess of Ohio republican whip its consider ati6nwasdeferred The resolution read Thatthe action of the senate from Connecticut Mr Bingham in placing Mr Charles L Eyanson official rolls of theeenat at the time and in the manner se forth in the renort of the subcom mittee of the committee on the judi clary is contrary to good morals ajid senatorial ethics and tends to bring ther senate into dishonor am dterepute and such conduct Is hereby condemned f Offered Last Chance Nov 1 opportunity was extended to to Hiram Bingham of Connecti prevent the introduction of ilution callingdown upon htm gnsure of the senate for Ida wth the Connecticut Man association in the formu lation ot the pendingtariff bill It was however an opening that held little appeal for the Connecti cut legislator for it involved a re traction of the harsh criticism which he directed at the Caraway lobby committee and a virtual apol ogy for his action in employing an official of the manufacturers or ganization to advise him on tariff questions j No Reason to Apologize Binghanv informed his friends tfhat after giving the matter consid erable tho t he had concluded he had ijothlngto apologize for j Norris also gave notice that to morrow he intended to call up the resolution but would consent to de lay until Monday if it were request Moses of New Hampshire president pro tempore of the senate ruled the resolution privileged As a result it may be called up at any time Fairmont Fair Check I Up Reveals Profits FAIRMONT Minn Nov Martin county fair this year was on of the most successful in southern Minnesota Between and was cleared The officers of the Fair as sociatlon are Hi C Nolle H W Br4dt and JC Musser Their terms will expire with the annual meeting 19 WillRogers LOS ANGELES Nov Sure must be a great consolation to the poor people wholost their stock in the late crash to know that it has fallen in the home of Mr who wilt take care of It and see that it has a good home jand never be 1 w d Wander around unprotected again There is one rule that works in every calam ity beit pestilence war or fam ine the rich get richer andithe poor get poorer The poor even help arrange It But its just as Mr Brisbane and I have been constantly telling you Dont gamble Take ail your savings and buy some good stock and hold it till it goes up then sell it If it dont go up dont buy it Yours WILL ROGERS wir WILL PLANNED FLIGHT BY PLANEFlTTS Ship HacTBeeri Prepared for Hop Into Mex ico Claim T OS ANGELES Nov 1 by District Attar ney Burori Fitts that it would b unsafe to release Alexander Pan ages under bond pending motio or anew trial on charges of attacl ng Eunice Prmgle dancer wasto owed by an announcement tod a from defense attorneys that the vould hot temporary freedom or the multimillionaire theate WASHINGTON BIDS FAREWELL TO OHIO SENATOR shf Algona Election Is Refused iA Offered toSenate FINED FOR TAKING OF DOHENYS BRIBE Father Wlialen Former Rockford Priest Dies One Time Chaplain of Iowa American Legion Suc vcumbs TAMA Nov Rev J L Whaleh 46 years old former chap lain of the American Legion in Iowa died at Iowa City Wednesday Burial will probably be at Waukon his birthplace Father Whalen hasbeen active in the American Legion since ts inception and wag one of Its best known characters Serving as chaplainofthe 339th ied artillery in France Father Whalen often was exposed to dan fer andthe friendships he ormed in service have lasted thru he years transcendingall consid erations of creed or race Father Whalen received his train FATHER WHALEN ng for the priesthood at ollege now known as Columbia col ege Following the war he served or several years at Rockford It was while he was serving there that he was elected state chaplain of the American Legion in1922 From Rockford he was transfer red to Dorchester an inland town In Allamakee county near the pi aceof his birth From Dorchester he mov ed to Sumner and for the past few months he has been In charge of St Patricks church here News of Father Whalens death1 cameas a shock to his Mason City friends While at Rockford he was a frequent visitor here and he has spokenori a number of occasions to the local American Legion post He wascharacterized as a universal favorite a true friend of every body Are 7 I T Born on Farm Near Orchard JOenies Huckihs ORCHARD Noy tiqnsare being received here by Mr and Mrs LebivCIark who live on a j farm four miles from here on the f trt hiiH ne i Ti Wea IOWA WEATHER Fair Friday night and Satur day not much change in tem perature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Warmest Thursday 59 Coleat in Night si At 8 a m Friday 34 Rainfall i 05 November made a pleasant debut After two dismal days ending Oc tober the new month dawned with a smile The wind was out of the west than north But there was a bright sun to counteract the winds chilling ef man Fitts said yesterday that hia In estimators had learned of a pla tf the wealthy theater man to fie o Mexico by airplane while his tria was in progress nere Thedlstrlc attorney asserted a plane had been made ready at San Diego and tha lis investigators had learned this efore the case reached the fina arguments last week Pantages who was atliberty un er bail of during the takhv f testimony was remanded to th custody of deputy sheriffs near the close of the trial andsent to jai as soon as the jury convicted him Jerry Gelsler attorney for thi vaudeville magnate later an nounced he would make no effort to obtain Pantages release on bbm but would press his motion for a new trial appearing In court today for that purpose He said a new uijifeuu vyiJ of irregularities on the part of jury during deliberation and certain actions on Hiepart of the court anc prosectuion during the trial Pantages was to have been given a sentence today of one to SO yeais in prison but the definite announce ment that defense atorneys would ask a new trial indicated It would be postponed Swaledale Resident to Be Buried on Saturday Had Suffered Strokes SWALEDALE NOV Alma Carr 65 for many years a resident of this community will be buried here Saturday following fu reral services at the Swaledale Ban list church She is survived by one daughter Mrs Hostettler and two grandchil dren in Swaledale She also had a number of frienas oven the entire county Mrs Carr suffered a paralytic troke about 10 days ago and since hat time gradually grew weaker mill the time of her death Thurs lay af ternon Burns Fatal to lownn FAIRFIELD Nov 1 UPBurns uffered when a can of kerosene ex loded In her hands Tuesday proved atal to Mrs Mandley Calhoun 29 estcrday She was using the keru ene to start a fire in a stove at her ome f ourmiles south of here birth of night Two of the new arrivals girls weigh five pounds each other a boy a little more husky weighs five and onequartef pounds Mr and Mrs Clark are the par ents of six children counting the triplets Theiroldest child is a girl who is followed by twins a boy and are now about 20 years old The triplets round out the even half dozen in the family Both the new arrivals and their mother are doing well according to reports from attending physicians This is the first event of the kihc that has happened in this county according to members of the community D M Ball Team CEDAR RAPIDS Nov 1 W S Speas manager of the club of the Mis sissippi Valley baseball league today issued a denial on behalf of George Huckius owner of the Bunnies that Huckins was in terested in purchasing the Des Moines club of the Western league MACDONALD AND PARTY AT LONDON Premier Tell j Britishers of Enthusiastic Reception on Trip Nov 1 Minister MacDonald returningfrom its peace mission to the United Slates arrived in London early this afternoon and received an enthu ilastic reception from a crowd on he station platform as he stepped from the train A majority of members of the la jprite cabinet Including Arthur Sanderson foreign secretary ware at the station to greet their chief The premier was looking remark ably well and seemed much more animatedthan before his departure 3is daughter Ishbel shared in the enthuyjistic reception Fuv lered Peace Interests Debar Vfrom the stea ship Juchess ot Liverpool tfew lours earlier said he ifilieved histrip hai dlJrthered the nterests of world iBJLlqp and hart een a success I believesincerely that my meet ing with President Hoover and my onversations with him and with ther United States statesmen have rot our two peoples much closer Dgether and improved enormously ieir jnutual understanding ie My mission has also I am con nnced paved the way for more ef ectual cooperation with the other owers in maintaining the peace of he world Strong In this conviction thus far the purpose of ny mission has been fulfilled and hat the wayisnow cleared for the ext He said the exchange of views e hd with Prime Minister Mac IT TO PAGE 11 COLUMN 4 IRATE FATHER SHOOTS SON Washington Iowa Man in Jail Pending Outcome of Firing WASHINGTON Iowa Nov 1 James Wilson today shot and perhaps fatally wounded his son George Wilson 50 and then made an unsuccessful effort to attack the sons wife The attack officials said followed a quarrel between the father and son The latter was taken to a hospital here with a 38 calibre bullet Im bedded ia his left side just above the heart Little hope was held for his recovery James Wilson turned the weapon upon Mrs George Wilson but she knocked the pistol from his hands He then attempted to attack her with a knife but she knocked that Ask Vote on Movie Issue Council in Face of Petition Wont Order Special Election ALGONA Nov campaign for Sunday movies here received a setback last night when the city council declined to call a special election to pass on the question A petition for the vote bearing 1137 names was presented to the council by T P Harrington and Duaue E Dewel Thomas Kaln a councilman presented a motion for a special election but received no Brokers Try to Catch Up Day Suspension Gains of One to 50 Points ort Buying Orders away also l3 ln the county Jail pending the outcome wounds TARDIEUMAY FORM CABINET France Has Been Without Government Since Fail ure of Briand PARIS Nov 1 Tar dieu French moderate and former nigh commissioner to the United States today formally accent President Doumergues invitation to form a cabinet He told the presi dent he was confident he would suc ceed in getting together a new gov ernment 5 He expects he said to have his st of ministers ready tomorrow permitting its publication then and immediate resumption of parlia ment for discussion of the national budget France has been without a cabi net since Oct 22 when the cabinet ot Aristide Briand resigned after de feat on a matter of procedure In chamber of deputies Since then the radical socialists Edouard Dala dicr and Senator Etienne Clementel second Refers to State Law In defense of its action or rather its failure to cat the council has referred to the state law against Sunday desecration But proponents of the Sunday movies who regard them as a means of building popu larity and prestige for Algona point to the fact that the city swimming pool under the control of the city council has been and will continue to be operating on Sunday The council Ia made up of Mayor Albert Ogren Thomas Kara Frank TURN TO PAGE 11 COLUMN 8 BLAME RASKOB PRICE FALL Harrison Accuses Robinson of Using Economic Sit uation for Politics WASHINGTON Nov 1 Placing a share of the blame for Americas orgy of stock speculation on the public statements of Chair man John J Raskob ofthe demo cratic national committee Senator Robinson republican Indiana no sooner concluded an address than tie was called to task in the senate today Senator Harrison democrat Mississippi accusing him of play ing polities with the nations deli cate economic situation Robinscn spoke in reply to the public statement Wednesday by NEW YORK Nov 1 stock market was closedtoday while brokers strove to catch up with the greatest volume of busi ness ever transacted in four days in the history of Wall street The stock exchange and the curb market ended their week yesterday after a three hour session in which a flood of buying stimulated by con structive financial news recouped much of the loss in quoted values suffered in the record breakingcol lapse of Monday and Tuesday Many Show Gains Prices showed net gains ranging from 2 to 30 points for the day The maximum gain on the curb was Buyingordersflooded Into the market attracted by relatively low prices for high grade investment stocks resulting from the deflation during the forepart of tha week Confidence which had reasserted itself Wednesday was fortified fur ther by announcement of the reduc tion of the New York Federal Re serve rediscount from 6 to 5 per cent and of the rate of the Bank of Englandfrom 6 to 6 per cent Another feature was the reduction of brokers loans for the week of 906000000 the greatest drop in his tory Bank clearings for the day set a record with Ticker Was Behind Senator Robinson of Arkansas dem ocratic leader The Arkansan had attributed the stock market situa tion to the unduly and repeated prosperity statements of President Hoover Calvin Coolidge and Secre tary Mellon The Indiana republican asserted the president former president and the secretary of the treasury were no more responsible for the stock market condition than the man In the moon H e described Raskob as a stock niarket plunger and quoted from printed articles of the democratic chairman which he said encouraged both failed to form a new ministry Americana everywhere to buy During the three hour session on the stock exchange 7149390 shares changed hands a figure far In ex cess of the average for a normal five hour day The ticker was an hour and 48 minutes behind When the market opened at noon two hours later than usual alarge volume of buying power had accum ulated Purchase of stocks in blocks up to 50000 shares featured the early part of the session Closing of the security exchanges does not affect the commodity mar kets The sugar and coffee exchange will be closed tomorrow because of holidays In Brazil and France Cassidy Arrested at Senate Building for Liquor Possession WASHINGTON Nov 1 rested at the entrance of the senate office building George L Cassidy COLLISION DTH TOLL IS NOlVPUTflTTtN Reports of Rescue of 3 by Freighter Are Disproved 1VJILWAXTKEE Wis Nov l PL Lives of nine men and a woman today were believed to have been lost in the collision between the ore carrier JJarquetteand the freighter Senator which sank 20 miles off Port Washington In Lake Michigan yesterday First reports following the sink ing of the freighter said all but sev en of its crew of 28 had been picked up alive but efforts to ver ify a report that three of the sur vivors had been rescued by the freighter Thomas J Walters were Washington Judge Down Motion for New Trial BULLETIN WASHINGTON Nov 1 4 Albert B Fall sentenced earlier toduy to servo a year in jail and pay a line for ac cepting a bribe while a cabinet officer in a long statement thla afternoon asked that tho Am erfcan people not to believe r mo guilty of the damnable crime of which I am innocent WASHINGTON Nov 1 Ali bert B Fall former cabinet of icer convicted of receiving a 00 bribe today was sentenced to onTj ar in jail and fined after motion for a new trial had been denied by Justice HItz in the Dist rict of Columbia supreme court Fail found guilty last week ot eceiving a bribe from Edward E oheny oil operator was granted bond pending an appeal Could Have Been 8 Years i tinder the law the maximum sen ence that could have heen given he former cabinet member was hrea times the amount he receivd or a 5300000 fine and three years in a federal prison The defense attorneys made s aorneys ma brie and formal motion at tna ing Jjrocee were over in a few minutes Justice Hltz said had Fall beeA to goad physical condition he would have imposed full sentence The court let the defense counsel understand that If the appeal were dropped he would suspend sentence as long as Falls physical condition was such as it is now Doheny accused of giving Fall tha bribe in return for a lease on the navys Elk Hills Cal oil reserve was not in court when the former secretary of the Interior was sen enced Family in Court In contrast to the tumultuous scenes in court when Fall was found guilty there was no demonstration Fall showed no signs of emotion kfrs Fall sat beside him and hist wo daughters were among the spec ators Mrs Fall leaned forward over her husbands right shoulder and talked with him and patted hlni on the left shoulder unsuccessful once known as the man in the green hat was at liberty today on bond posted on chargesof trans portation and possession of Intoxi cating liquor Cassidy was prominent in the news several years ago when he was identified as the man who had when accosted by an officer in the house office building dropped a brief case containing a bottle of li quor and fled The policeman in question remembered only the color of Casaidys hat and a search was Instituted for the man Inthe green hat which finally resulted in his arrest Had No Survivors The Walters stoodby for a while after the crash but instead of com ing to port with any survivors it continued on up the lake An inquiry was begun today by federal steamboat inspectors who summoned the 18 known survivors to appear for questioning Capt Walter F Amabary skip per of the ore carrier testified his ship was virtually at a standstill when the crash occurred saying the senator rammed broadside into his TURN TO PAGE II COLUMN 2 WETS WIN IN NOVA SCOTIA Government Control of Liq uor Given Big Vote at Polls HALIFAX N s NOV i After a plebiscite in which govern ment sale of liquor received greater popular approval than prohibition leaders of various factions today were convinced that the result would be an end to prohibition In Nova Scotia There were two questions as fol lows Aie you in favor of continu ing tho Nova Scotia temperance act Are you in favor of the sale of alcoholic liquor under a govern ment control act Government Control Wins A majority voted yes on each question but the vote for govern ment control exceeded by more than TORN IO PAGE 11 COLUMN 7 rloover and Party Will Spend WeekEnd at Lodge on Rapidan WASHINGTON Nov 1 Ideal Indian summer weather caused President Hoover to decide today upon a trip to his fishing camp on the Rapidan river over the veekend The camp has been closed down but is in such shape it cart IB adjusted readily for a brief visit Mrs Hoover will accompany tha resident and there will be a num ler of guests It will be the first rip since the president had Prime Minister MacDonald there as his guest AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I didnt know Widower Brown was settin out again until that movie showed the bathin girls an I heard him kind o whisper Hot Dog tf   

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