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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE AID i l 1 CHOOSE CABINET Hand of Old Master Seen in New French Government PARIS Nov 4 hand of the old master Raymond Poincare who is ill after an operation Was seen today by French politicians in the composition and future course of the new government headed by Andrew Tardieu premier M Tardieu has been in constant consultation with the fprmer presi dent and premier veteran of many hard foughtpolitical battles since he was designated by President Dbumergue last Thursday toselect the nest ministry Politicians remarked that the ros ter aa finally completed was little different from the last government headed by 11 Poincare while M Tardieu wasregarded as committed to carry out Poincare policies M Tardieu and his new ministers began today mapping of the new governments outline of policy be fore the chamber Thursday Rapid passage of the budget was consid ered the first demand II Tardieu worked today on his ministerial declaration Tha selection of Tardieu to head the ministry has brot a revival of jrir terest in the various books of which he is author and today book sellers wereordering more copies from the publishers A book in which particu lar interest was centered is his France and America in which AI Tardieu discussed FrancoAmeri can relations In the course of this book he declares that the real ob stacle to complete understanding is the different mentality of the two peoples and that therefore men of goodwill on both sides of the At lantic must strive patiently to bring mutual enlightenment on national problems HEADS MILK MEN Dr F Walrosley ol Illi nois has been elected president of the International Association ot Milk Ho was chosen at the Toronto convention ONE MAN KILLED IN AUTO WRECK Fatal Collision Happens on Narrow Bridge Near Pocahontas EMMETSBURG Nov Olsonv 35 native of Norway who making Us home here in of Alec Elk wold for the past few years is dead as the result of an automobile accident which happened near Pocohantas Sunday evening about 5 oclock The accident happened when Ol son who was driving a Ford met a truck on one of the narrow bridges in Pocohontas county Mick Rasmussen who was rilling witb Oi Bon was not seriously injured Mr Olson and Mr Rasmussen were rushed to a hospital in Em metsburg for treatment Olsondied a couple of hours after being brot In for He and Mr Rasmussen had been In Boonc visiting with friends Mr Olson is survived by no relatives in the vicinity of Emmetsburp He has been employed as a tile ditch con structor FARMER ADMITS ROBBING BANK South Dakotan Tells Officers He Hid Money in His Auto S1OUND CITYS Dak Nov 4 Hanson farm laborer from Pollock confessed yesterday that he robbed the Artas State bank without assistance Thursday and revealed to officers that he had hidden the money in the lining of the rear seat of his automobile Of ficers found which they be lieved waa all the money Hanson scooped up from the tellers cage when he held up the bank HAYES REPORTS TO POPE PIUS New York Cardinal Pleased With Early Morning Audience VATICAN CITY Nov 4 New York Roman Catholic primate was received In long personal audience by Pop a Pius this morning He was radiant as he left later at the outcome of his in terview The audience was field at an un usually early hour to allow the pontiff more Urns to hear the report on what Is considered the largest and most pfoseprous Roman Catholic Archdiocese in the world Cardinal Hayes also called on Cardinal Gasparri papal secretary of state He was saluted by the papal troops aa he left as when he entered I leave the audience more than ever overcome with the impression the Holy Father made upon me Cardinal Hayes told the Associated Press later I was especially de lighted to find him apparently even more robust than threeyears ago Petit Jurors Called for Duty in November Term District Court NEW HAMPTON Nov petit jurors for the November term of the district court which convenes here on Nov 25 have been drawn They are to appear here on Dec 2 at 2 oclock p M They are Charlie Brande Harry Gaffney Mosie Ldvvry Charles A Johnson Lina Ellison Lester Mey ers C C Riordan Mrs Frank Pie tan Floyd Marvin Sam Kuda Aug ust L Piehn Allen Lr Demro Wil liam Klassen A VRiddle Matilda McMahon Will Harnisch Peter Cooney John Herrick Julian Nat vig Stella Shekleton F C Schurkey Jim Whaleh Leonard Scbuette John Immerman Ed Pieton Ray Underwood L A Robinson Charles ReckerFrank Rosanke O L Bullen Henry Job jen W L Bellinger F W Whit comb George Edger Gertie Uglum JS Jerdee Victor Papenheim Pat Griffin May Demro and Peter Fischbach Spirit Lake Student Taken Into Honorary CEDAR FALLS Nov a dinner to be held in the Gold Room of Hotel President in Waterloo this evening at p m Ruth Saupe of Spirit Lake will be in itiated into membership of the PI Omega Pi national honorary com mercial fraternity More than 25 lo cal members will be present Invi tations have been sent out to mem bers of the Epsilon chapter at Iowa City Think of listening Inon the ora tory of a senate of the United States of Pathfinder 2 ARRESTED IN TEXAS MURDER Killer of District Attorney Will Be Punished by New Year Claim BORGER Texas Nov 4 After a brief respite fromnotoriety Borger boom town on the western prairie oil fields was again in the limelight today as two men wore held without bond for the murder led the towns recent oc cupation and rule by Texas national guardsmen Sam Jones deposed deputy coa stable and Jim Hodges manager of a boiler works are charged with the murder of District Atty John A Holmes last Sept 13 Officers went to New Mexico for Jones arresting him on a liquor law violation indictment Hodges wivs arrested at his home here Both men deny any part in the crime Last night District Atty Clem Calhoun conferred with HoSgcs What he learned was not divulged That the prosecutor believes he is on the right trackwas attested by his statement that before the nsw year John Holmes murderer will be punished At Stinnett county seat of Hut chison county another echo of Bor gers turbulent period was heard in the murder trial of William J Whitey Walker docketed for today To Hold Convention CEDAR FALLS Nov 4 Alumni of theIowa State Teachers college will hold their annual ban quet here Nov 7 in connection with the state teachersconvention Speakers will be President O P Latham O P McElmeel of St Paul and Miss Agnes Heightshoe of Perry ILES CAUSE MANY DISEASES r Piles or rectal trouble of any kind is treacherous It has wrecked the health of thousands of men and women The Book illustrated Cured Without Surgery will explain to you the McCleary treatment by which more than 16000 men and women have been permanently relieved of rectal trouble Our reference list contains names of former patients from every state Can ada and many foreign countries This Book if yon have rectal trouble IS of an kind do not delay writo for it Piles can bo cured quickly and easily if taken in time without surgery or tha use of dangerous anaesthetics Iki UWTFADY EeK ELMS AVENUE iff IflCViJjAli1 EXCELSIOK SPHINCS MISSOURI I canbe checked in a day Groves Laiativ a BR01IO has been the favorite family remedy for two generations It la the rec ognized standard remedy for coldi Refuse substitutes At alt SOc Groves Laxative BROMO QUENINE Succpmful Since 1889 j GYPSIES SMOKE Cigarets Are Supplied by Their Fellow Tribesmen Over World WEST UNION Nov gyspy kingdom is constantly giv ing tribute to keep Eli and Peter Thompson In the West Union jail supplied with clgarets and other wanted articles The contributions are not levied however till a volun tary offer is made The two brothers aged respec tively 28 and 23 are to face trial before Judge Carl W Reed Nov 11 charged with defrauding Carl Glode an Oelwein farmer of by the magic belt method They have been in Jail here four months and have made repeated and vigorous at tempts to get release on bail After the last vain attempt EH remarked This is the first time a gypsy was ever in jail and was unable toget out V Telegrams come to an av erage of once a week They are from widely separated points all over the United States and ask how the brothers are getting along when they are tobe tried and al ways ask if anymoney is needed The reply goes back by wire asking for 510 or aa tlje usual amount and promptly the asked amount comes back also bv wire Cigarets take most of the ing money of the two for thty smoke constantly all day and often much of the to kill an ordinary man says a jail at tendant They also buy enough of clothing and furnishings to keep them well dressed and occasionally caady Their smoke bill is made considerably larger by the other prisoners who find the gypsiea not at all Scotch in their intercourse Crown Prince Goes to Home ROME Nov 4 Prince Humbert arrived here unexpectedly today from northern Italy where he after the attempt agiinst hte life at Brussels It was 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