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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICED MASON CI OWA SATURDAY NOYEMBERO HOME EDITION NEWS SUPPLMENTAL SERVICE NQ 27 IOWA LEADS IN SECOND 3 TO 0 Tardieu Ministry Gets Two LINE UP STRONG FOR put Briand in Defense of His Foreign Policy to Chamber DARIS Nov 9 French chamber of deputies today twice voted confidence in the new ov crnment oiAndre Tardieu by a greatsf majority than its fondest IrienJs had hoped The poll was 327 to 236 a major ity Qf 71 onthe first ballot when the socialists sought to amend the governments motion of confidence the majority was increased to 79 by a vote of 332 to 253 when the confidence motion itself was I before the chamber The two votes followed a speech by Aristide Briand foreign minls cer and former premier and a dis cussion of cabinet policy bv the himself Reparations Must Take Place MBriand closed his defense of is foreign policieswith the shouted The French national sts haveattacked French Jugenbevgs have wished to over hrow me ErzbergisrK Rathenau nd Stresemsnn were likewise sjted Germany because they Germanys Lt barwitb France taud Ratheuau were isayslnated Stresemann died at 3 task Must I die to prove mv ifncenty M Tardieu promised that evacu ation of the Rhineland set 30 1M30 would not occur unless the Young plan for reparations wns 5n full operation M Briand informed the chamber that the German government had assured France that The question of the Youngplebiscite would be settled before the end of December and by that time all necessary leg islative dispositions for putting the Young plan into execution would ihave been voted by the Reichstag Will Pass Budget It was oclock today when the chamber which had been eon tinuously in session since early yea terday adjourned to meet again Tuesday Then in compliance with the wishes of the government it willbegin work on the national burt getM Tardieu is determined to pass the budget before the end of ItJB year j Thru most of the night a urowd on 10000 or more remained outside chamber along the banks of the Seine unmindful of the rain A con siderable quota of police needed to maintain order M Briahds speech was hailed to aa one of the greatest of his reur He met all the demands of quence which could have been dh upon the entire arrber repeatedly Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Nov Hollywood Gal people were just about getting over this crazy epidemic of dieting when along came this stock market and drove em all back on it agAin All the big financiers and writers are s a y i ng good values are worth as much as they ever WHi ROGERS were but thats the trouble no body knows what they ever were worth To make things look prosperous every company is trying to declare a dividend and they will do it too if they can sell enough stock to declare it on One thing I like about Sena tor Bingham he didnt say I did it for the wife and kiddies just said I did it for the poor manufacturers of Connecti cut Yours WILL ROGERS FIVE WORKMEN ARE KILLED IN FACTORY BLAST Search Ruins of Ohio Plant for Other Pos sible Victims Ohio Nov 9 workmen were instantly killed and five others seriously injured in Wea IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy Saturday night nd Sunday Probably showers n south portion Warmer Sat irday night and In eastportion iiinduy si LOCAL STATISTICS c American Beet Sugar company Cither figures for 24 hour period Jing at 8 a ml Saturday jjllghest Friaay 44 west in Night 29 Lt 81 A M Saturday 31 he wind was in the south Satur IIndicating still balmier weather 1 Iowafootball fans WEEKS FORECAST leather outlook for the week be nlng MondayNov the Mississippi and lower Missouri eys and the northern and central lit fair weather temperature above the season lormal moat of week becoming ler at close an explosion early today which de molished the manufacturing plant of the Timms Spring company The ruins were searched for other bodies The plant employs 30 men but It was not known how many of them were inside at the time of the explcsion Identification Impossible Tfce blast occurred when one of the employes lighted a cigaret in a room filled with gag according to Sam Husted foreman who was one of the injured The men killed were so badly laceratedthat identifica tion was impossible at first The In jured were painfully burned Tools of the plant a onestory building were scattered about some of them lodging In nearby trees The explosion occur red as the men were goingto work at 7 oclock this morning Husted taid he noticed the smell of gas as he stepped inside and noticed a man pulling out a cigaret Dont light that match the foreman shouted but he was too late The blast followed Instantly There was a terrific roar and ev erything seemed to collapse around us he saia Valuable Tools tost Huated lapsed into unconscious ness after his brief account and was takento Elyria Memorial hospital along with the other Injured who were not immediately identified with the exception of himself and Mary Downs W B Timms owner of the plant and prominent both here and In Cleveland said the main loss would bo from the valuable tools and equipment destroyed He was unable to estimate the damage Surround ing homes were threatened for a time Windows were reported shat tered within a radius of half a mile j Senator Bergman Is Entertainer at Nora Springs Club Meeting NORA SPRINGS Nov Commercial club members and their wives as guestsmet at the commun ity hall Thursday evening About 60 were served a 6 oclock dinner at the hall which has been fitted up with kitchen and tuning1 tables and an assembly room The address of the evening was given by Senator Bergman who is candidate for governor of Iowa to succeed Governor Hammill who is candidate for United States senator from Iowa Mr Bergman is president of the One Minute Washing Machine com pany of Newton and is one of the great businessmen of the state He did not make a political address Will Be Nov 25 Council Finally Permits Citi zens to Pass on Movie Question ALGONA Nov mile stone in the progress of the battle for Sunday movies in Algona was passed last night when the city council after listening to the opin ions of 200 businessmen who at tended the meeting in a body voted unanimously to hod an election on Nov 25 on the amending of the present city ordinance The views of the businessmen of the city was presented by Al Falk enheimer an insurance man L B Linnen an Algona attorney as sured the council that an election such as they voted to stage would be strictly within their legal rights The election will be paid for by of fleersof the Commercial club rather than from the city treasury The city council also voted to In stall Charles Taylor Alogna busi ness man as a councilman to suc ceed the late Dr L V Andrews who died of heart disease while enroute to Cedar Rapidsby train last week The balloting in the election will take at only one polling place accoruing to present plans This place will be the city fire station BY TAKING POISON Despondent Over Financial Reverses Had Moved From Armstrong Peter Hermanson 42 422 First street northeast committed suicide by drinking poison Friday evening after being despondent over finan cial difficulties Mr Hermanson took the poison aboupt oclock He drank it in the basement and then returned up stairs bade his family goo dby and told them that they would find the aottle in the basement He was rushed to Park hospital where he was given treatment but died 15 minutes later Peter Hermanson was born Dec 30 1886 at Cop2nhagen Denmark About 16 years ago he came to ths LTnlted States learning the barber rade Twelve years ago he was married and for a time operated n hotel and barber shop at Buffalo center Then the family moved to Armstrong On Sept 1 they moved to Mason City For several years Mr Hermanson was prominent in business and after financial reverses he worried con siderably because of his troubles bis widow stated Mr Hermanson Is survived by two sons Wayne and Donald besides his widow Funeral services will be held at oclock Monday afternoon at he McAuley funeral parlors the Rev Mr Milne Clear Lake in Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery Uved at Fairmont a FAIRMONT Minn eter Hermanson suicide viciXJat Mason City lived in Fairmont for a number of years and operated a barber shop here For a timehe operated a hotel at Ceylon near lere He was reported to have made considerable money during the Iowa and boom ARMISTICE DAY TO BE OBSERVED IN NORTH IOWA Mason City and Other Towns Plan Big Programs Mason City and North Iowa made preparations Saturday for the ob servance of Armistice day with spe cial programs and ceremonies The feature of the Mason City ob servance will be a program at the high school auditorium at 11 oclock where the address will Be given by W P Butler The annual Armistice dance will take place at the armory in the evening County Attorney Roe Thompson will be the speaker at the Clear Lake program at the Methodist church at oclock Many Programs Planned Special Armistice day observances are being planned in a dozen or more towns surrounding Mason City the programs for most of which are being arranged by mem bers of Legion posts and students in the public schools Tlie speaker of the evening at the Legion and auxiliary banquet inAl gona will be A A Henrlcb of Fort Dodge yAfellow townsmen of Mr Henrlchs James I Dolliver wil Northwestern Ohio State THIEVES ENTER VENTURA STORE Make Away With in Cash and Goods From Shelves VENTURA Nov who entered the Wolfron Mercan tile company building here during last night carried away about hi clothing and cosh according to a checkup today The robbery waa discovered at about 7 oclock this morning The robbers entered the store by breaking a basement window in tue rear of the store No clews have been unearthed by law enforcement officers who are Investigating the facts concerning the ifitry townspeople In the high school au ditorlum at Belmond at 10 30 Jn the morning To Naturalize Group At Blue Earth Minn the pro gram for the day will be built around the naturalization of a group of foreign born residents who will get their final papers on Armistice day At Northwood and Latlmer the public schools will participate in a public Armistice program in which the students will be aided by Legion members At Northwood the newly organized high school band will make Its first appearance Waverly will celebrate homecoming and Armistice day Jointly and the big feature of the day will be the NashuaWaverly football game Will TJnvell Cannon Nashua will celebrate the day with unveiling of a tablet and can non to be placed In the public park A lengthy program has been ar ranged to follow the unveiling Rockwell Legionnaires and their wives members of the Auxiliary and all relatives of veterans will meet n the evening for a banquet will be served by members of the auxiliary No program for the day ias been arranged Have Dinner Dance Humboldt Legion members and their wives are planning the annual Armistice dinner dance which tradi lonally Is staged In the Legion hall there At Cresco Judge G W Reed will be the speaker of the day at a program which will be held Jn the ilgh school auditorium In the aft ernoon the Cresco high school and Osage high school football teams will meet in their annual grid tussle full day of Armistice day ob servances has been planned by the residents of Hampton The program which Is being sponsored by the American Legion will Include an ad dress by W Earl HalJ managing editor of the Mason City GlobeGa zette A pibllc dance will ba staged in the evening In the ballroom at the Hotel Coonley A banquet will be served to mem bers of the Legion and their wives at Brltt Monday evening following the annual football battle between Britt and Garner More than 150 plates have been reserved FOOTBALL SCORES M C Jr College Estherville 1st 2nd Sril Final Minnesota Iowa Wisconsin Chicago Army Illinois Harvard Michigan Drake 1 Notre Dame TRUST OFFICER ADMITS TAKING SUM OF Young Otjicial Lost It Icet Crash pAMDEN N J Nov 9 V uet R Worthington 28 assistant real estate trust officer of the Broadway Merchants Trust com pany of Camden said today that he felt much better after confessing to the embezzlement of more than He put exery penny into the ris ing stock market and when it col lapsed his four brokers called for more margin He was unable to fur nish it and was sold out he said Worthington walked into the of fice of G A Baldwin county prose cutor yesterday with xan attorney and startled that official by the statement I have embezzled more than and lost it in the stock market Officials of the bank knew noth ing of the Irregularities until Worth ngtou informed them They said he was not even suspected FIRST QUARTEK Navy 0 Georgetown 0 Iowa State 0 Kansas Aggies 0 COB 6 Curleton 0 Missouri 0 Washington 0 SECOND QUARTER Pitt 7 and J 0 Yale7 Maryland 0 Prlncetop 20 Ichfgli b OTHER GAMES 1 FIELD GOAL IN 1ST PUTS HAWK ELEVEN IN LEAD Wildly Excited Crowd of 40000 See lowans Out play Visitors in Opening Period Hawkeyes Threaten Early in Second Period IOWA FIELD IOWA CITY Nov wildly excited crowd of 40000persons watched the University of Iowa foot pall eleven take a 3 to 0 lead over the Minnesota team in the lirst period of their annual meeting here today Battling the Minnesotans literally off their feet in the opening quarter the Hawkeyes marched the ball down the field n steady rushes 5 to 9 yards at a time to within kicking dis ance where Captain Willis Glassgow booted the ball between the posts Again in the second period the lowans came close to in creasing the score when they worked the ball to within sixT ncnes of a touchdown when the Gopher line held and the Hawkeyes lost the ball on downs Y tl 20 Georgia 0 jy Dartmouth 7 Brown 6T FINAL Williams Froslunen 12 Wesloyan Freshmen 0 Michigan B 18 Michigan State Normal 14 John sank said nothing Kates president of the depositors would lose I have been unable to eat or aleep 3ince I realized what had hap pened Worthington said At one ime I was within of squar ng accounts Then the market roke Everything was going my way until the crash He was held without bail for a hearing Farmers Institute Scheduled for Dec 23 in New Hampton NSiW HAMPTON Nov Second Annual Farmers institute and Farm and Home exposition is to be held in the firemens auditori um here on Monday and Tuesday Dec 2 and 3 The event Is sponsored by the Fae Stine post of the Amer ican Legion and the Chlckasaw county Farm Bureau The business houses and the streets of the city will be decorated for the holidays Jnterurbnn Rail CEDAR RAPIDS Nov 9 An interurban car carrying a crowd to the football game at Iowa City was derailed at the edge of the city to day No one was hurt REPORT BROTHER HURLED BOMB Confession Indicates Moon ey Now in Jail Is Innocent BELLAIRE Ohio Nov 9 A statement by Mrs George Mon oe a resident of the mining section icar here claiming that her dead irother was responsible for the 1916 Preparedness Day bombing in San Francisco instead of Tom Mooney was before authorities today Mrs Monroe said Lewis Smitn her brother in a deathbed state ment in Cleveland seven years ago confessed that it was he wno planted the bomb which took the lives of 10 persons marching In the San Francisco parade Her declara tion corroborated a letter from Frank O Stevens inmate of the Dayton Ohio national military home to Senator Thomas D Schall of Minnesota Mooney now 45 is serving a life sentence In a California prison He at first was sentenced to be hanged but Gov W D Stephens commuted this to life Imprisonment In No vember 1918 It Is an old saying that it doesnt mater so mucj how much we make as what we save Look at all the words Mr Coolldge has been saving for years and whit he gets for them Nexva PANTAGES GETS 1 TO 50 YEARS Motion for Probation Is Overruled by Los Angeles Judge LOS ANGELES Nov 9 Alexander JPnntuges vaudeville magnate today wns sentenced by Superior Judge Charles Frfcko to a term of one to 50 years In San Quentin peniten tiary for a statutory offense against 17 year old Eunice Pringle Tho court denied motions for a new trial and arrest of judg ment and refused permission to file application for probation Defense attorneys gave oral notice of appeal LOS ANGELES Nov 9 Alexander Pantages theatrical mag nate convicted of a statutory of fense against 17 year old Eunice Prlngle appeared in Superior Judge Charles Frickes court today and opened his fight for a new trial which automatically delayed the im mediate passing of a possible one to BO year prison sentence Jerry Gels ler one of Pantages attorneys be gan the arguments Two of the affidavits presented by the defense In support of its argu ments were dismissed by the court They were sworn to by Garland Biffle a defense witness who was arrested duringthe trial for per jury The defense asserted the ar rest while the trial was in progress constituted misconduct by the dis trict attorney but Judge Pricke ruled that it would not be used as a basis for a new trial FIRST PERIOD Captain Glassgow won the toss md chose to defend the south goal 3rockmeyer kicked jounds Brockmeyer off out kicked of off Wind Holds Rack Pilot SAN DIEGO Cal Nov 9 Army flyers at Rockwell field today were discussing a story told by Lieut I A Woodring who report ed he flew for about 30 minutea high above Tijuana Mexico at an air speed of 130 miles an hour with out making any progress due to ter rific wind velocity READ IT TONIGHT An extra edition of the Globe Gazette containing a full account of all important football games Will be on the street at oclock this evening Why wait a day for a morning paper Rend the news while its hot Tho street price Is S cents a copy short to Farroh who was downed on Iowas 37yard line Glassgow cir cled right end for nine yards Glass gow cracked left tackle for four yards andfirst down on the Iowa 49yard line Farroh pliingec straight thru center for three yards Haggerty added 3 yards in a crasl thru center Glassgow crashed ove righbtackl ef orsyardsr brtlrtherba was recalled and the Hawks pen alized 5 yards for offside Pignatell circled right end for 7 yards bare ly missingthe first down The ba lacked six inches Haggerty rammec straight thru the center for firsl down on Minnesotas 38yard line The Gophers took time out to talk it over March Ball Down Field Glassgow picked up three yards at eft tackle Farroh added four yards n a smash at center On a double pass Glassgow carried the ball over ight tackle making first down on ttinnesotas 27 yard line Farroh cracked left tackle for three yards lassgow passed to Pignatelli net ing 12 yards and first down on Minnesotas 11 yard line Pignatelli was downed close to the side lines lassgow rammed thru center for hree yards Iowa took time out Glassgow was injured on the play nd had to receive attention from he team trainer Farroh was also njured but resumed play Kakela hacked Glassgow after he gained a at center Pignatelli was smeared by a swarm of Gopher inesmen and failed to gain Glags gow then dropped back to the 10 ard line and scored with a place cick making the score Iowa 3 Min nesota 0 Iowa Penalized 5 Yards Westra kicked off for Iowa Na gurski taking the ball back of the drove thru center picking up two yards Hagerty was given the ball but bis drive at center missed the goal line by a scant half foot as the period ended with Iowa leading Min nesota 3 to 0 Second Period On the fourth down Hagerty waa held for no gain n a drive at center and Minnesota ook the ball on the six Inch llnei Pharmer punted to Glassgow who fumbled onMinnesotaa 4J yard Waguraki recovering Big goal line and touching It down The ball was carried out to the 20 yard line Pharmer smashed off left tackle for three yards but Iowa was offside and penalized 5 yards Brockmeyer was checked without gain by Roberts Roberta then stopped Pharmer without gain Pharmer dropped back to punt but the pass from center hit the ground Pharmer recovering for a three yard loss Pharmer then punted to Glass gow who returned 10 yards to the 50 yard line Tanner stopped Hag gerty after a two yard gain On a quick punt Glassgow booted the ball to Minnesotas 5 yard line where Keedquist downed the ball Nagurski Gains Nagurski smashed straight thm center for 5 yards Pharmer then punted to Glassgow who returned nine yards before stepping out of bounds on Minnesotas 41 yard line Minnesota was penalized 15 yards on this play for tackling Glassgow after he was stopped out of bounds and it was Iowas ball on Minne sotas yard line Iowa took time out and Minnesota did likewise Farroh waa injured and again needed treatment from the Hawk trainer Glassgow took the ball and raced across the field turning left end for 5 yards before Pharmer up set him Pignatelli then smashec over right guard for three yards Haggerty hit the line at center but waa held with one yard gain Iowa decided to rush the ball on fourth down and Glassgow drove thru cen ter to Minnesotas four yard line for first down Brownell stopped Glassgow with out gain on a drive at center and Iowa drew a 5 yard penalty for off side Hagerty ripped thru center retrieving the five yards Glaasgow brotdown The ball was brot back to Minnesotas 47 yard line ana Jowa penalized 20 yards for clip nag and tripping giving Minnesota he ball on Iowas 27 yard farmer was checked for a 5 yard oss by Roberts A pass Pharmer to Tanner was Incomplete Brock meyer was injured on the play and was replaced by Riebeth Pharmer ried his right tackle and picked up hree yards Pharmer tried a long ass to Tanner but it was Incom lete and the ball went to Iowa on he Hawkeye 31 yard line On a surprise punt Glasagow unted to Riebeth who was upaet on he Minnesota 28 yard line Pharm r broke thru over right tackle for ive yards Westra missing the ackle Riebeth was held to no gain y Roberts Pharmer punted to Glassgow who returned 23 yards o Iowas 84 yard line Munn the Gopher left tackle was knocked out n the play Minnesota took time ut Barnhart replaced BrownelL at quarterback and Leksell come in to ilay fullback for Minnesota Nagur kl moving Into left tackle Hag gerty broke thru right tackle for 7 ards On the spinner play Glass ow gained barely a yard In mash at center Nagurski stopped arroh at center Nagurskt stopped lissing first cown by Inches On he fourth down Glassgow punted Ut of bounds on Minnesotas 24 rard line Pharmer was thrown by Ely with out gain Pharmer tried ttia other side of the line and gained a yard before Magnussen upset him Phar merthen punted to Glassgow who was chased out ofbounds on Iowas 37 yard line after areturnof12 yards A triple pass with Farroh carrying the ball netted 11 yarda TURN TO PAGE 10 COLUMN 4 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen The way Jane holds her head up an looks around when shes ridin in her new limousine always re minds me of a loose mule in a pasture on Sunday I   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