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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                I North Iowas EditedJor the H6me OL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1929 UNITED HOME EDITION NEWS SUPPLMENTAL SERVICE NQ PURDE EADS lOWTHALF DUTIES OF HIGH OFFICIALS WILL President HO o ve r arid Stimson to Increase Efficiency WASHINGTON Nov 16 A reorganization of the state department which may involve a re vision of theduties of some of the departments highest officials is ex pected tobe taken up actively in the near future by Secretary Stimson In addition to hig plans for an ex pansion of the American foreign ser vice if the required funds are ap propriated by congress the secre tary is considering chances which will affect the permanent personnel directing the work of the diplomatic service from the department Cotton Appointed The recent appointment of Joseph P Cotton prominent New York lawyer and personal friend of the secretary to succeed J Reuben Clark Jr as undersecretary of state was the first step in Stimsons reorganization plans The secretary hopes to fillthe as sistant secretaryship which will be vacated when Nelson T Johnson in cumbent goes to China as minister by another appointee outside the ranksofthe foreign service The duties of this office are to be changed from those solely concern ing far eastern affairs to a broader administrative scope possibly in cluding departmental and foreign servicepersonnelThe direction of jthe depatt Hornbeclc chief of the eastern division LatinAmerican Considered Administrative duties of both the diplomatic and consular services have for a number of years been In the hands of Wilbur J Carr assist ant secretary in charge of adminis tration but the increasing expansion of the department and tiie plans of President Hoover andthe secretary for the future will probably make a division of these administrative duties necesaary It is also consid ered possible that the work of Wil liam R Castle Jr now assistant secretary in charge of European af fairs may be extended to include other duties The LatinAmerican division head Assistant Secretary Francis White will probably retain the same work which he Is now doing without the addition of further duties THe ex pansion plans call for a larger per in LatinAmerica The secretary has given some at tention to the question of the ap pointment of a counsellor for the de partment in addition to the under secretary Discusses Dying Churches CEDAR PALLS Nov ing churches and their effect upon Christianity will be discussed by Dr Samuel Kincheloe professor of social ethics in the Chicago Theo logical seminary in a talk to be given at Iowa State Teachers col lege Sunday as part of the first annual Dads Day exercises Will Rogers BEVERLYHILLS Nov The senate is meeting at night There was a lot of things they couldnt inves tigate in the day time We are going to get lower taxes Just think too lower taxes and not a presiden tial electon year T w e n ty WILL ROGERS thousand people inMissouri gathered to see 12 farmers in the worlds championship corn husking No wonder ther farmer has nothing If he had been smart enough to put these on under the guise of college ath letics hired acoach and stadium why theh the farmer would be sitting as pretty as Notre Dame Yours WILL ROGERS sat Wea IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday rain probable in south and extreme east portion Somewhat warmer Jn south central and extremeeast por tion Saturday night Colder Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Warmest Friday 49 Coolest in Night 80 At 8 A M Saturday S3 A warm sun and a south wind got In their work Friday with the re sult that the days maximum was 6 degrees above that of the previous afternoon and the nights minimum was an even 10 degrees higher than the low for the previous two nights Saturday was about as nearly per fect as November days ever get STOCK MARKET CLOSES NORMAL Lament Finds Conditions Better as Mart Ceases for NEW stock market was ending Itstradingweek under con ditions described as normal by Thomas1 W Lamont partner in J P Morgan and company As spokesman for the group of bankers who organized to help sta bilize the market at the beginning of the break three weeks ago he said after an informal meeting in the Morgan offices yesterday that the bankers considered the market had been normal duringthe past few riays The comment was made after the close of the second trading ses sion marked by advancing prices in a recovery from the slump which reached its climax last Wednesday when hundreds of issues hit new lows for the year Lamont said that thruout the de flation efforts to stabilize the mar ket had not been confined to the original six bankers who formed the consortium but that otuer banking institutions had given as sistance The bankers had found no weak situations nor had any ser ious difficulties been revealed La mont said He said he had been informed that several substantial bids had been placed at approximately Wed nesday nights closing prices in cluding one for United States Steel at 150 These bids like that for 1000000 shares of Standard Oil of New Jersey placed Wednesday had the reffect of checking declines in stocks for which they were made at the price level at which the bid was placed PLANES TO BE USED IN RESCUE Eight Men and Woman Are Caught in Ice Near Cape North NEW YORK Nov tional messages received by the Aviation Corporation of America to day said that Carl B Eielson their Alaskan representative and a fellow pilot were continuing efforts to bring off the remaining1 eight men and a girl of a fur trading expedi tion caught in the ice of the Arctic ocean off Cape North Siberia Eielson rescued six of the party and his associate pilot Dorbrandt took 1500 pounds of furs to Fair banks Alaska in their first trip to the stranded trading ships located miles northwest of Nome The pilots flew planes equipped with skis which permitted them to land on the ice beside the ships The girl who is with her father n Mr Pollister Seattle representa tive of the Swanson Fur company of New York and the others are on the ship Nanook The pilots said the vessel was in danger of being crushed in the ice Food supplies were taken to the stranded ships by the planes U S BUSINESS WILL BE GIVEN HOOVERS HELP President Desires to Lead Finances Out of Slough WASHINGTON NOV ie President Hoover today as sumad command of the nations bus iness to lead some of its activities out of the slough into which they dropped with the rise and fall of the stock market Applying his favorite remedy a conference of Informed interested andinfluential men exe cutive plans by definitesteps a stimulation of those few phases of industry which lagged behind as the countrys money was poured into the s e curity m arkets These are particularly the fields of private and public construction railways ships public utilities and federal state and municipal public works The conference will be held next week attended by representa tives of industry agriculture and labor as yet unannounced four members of the cabinet and Chair man Legge of the federal farm board Hoover announced this plan late yesterday and at the same time as serted hat any lack of confidence In or the basic strengtn of in the United States is foolish He pointed to the Call on Secretary Good ft FOOTBALL SCORES Sheldon Juniors M C Juniors Iowa Purdue Michigan Minnesota Chicago Illinois Indiana Northwestern S Notre Princeton Yale 1st and 8rd 4th Jflnal State establishment of credit ability and ample capital thru the federal re serve system to support this view and particularly to the recent an nouncement of a prospective reduc tion in federal taxes as a demon stration of the confidence of the ad ministration which speaks more than words The postponement of construction work in recent weeks Hoover re garded as providing a substantial reserve for prompt expanded ac tion As another favorable factor he cited The exceptionally strong cash position of the large manufac turing industries of the country NEW COALITION GETS RESULTS Altho Dubbed Jackasses New Bloc in Senate Is Active WASHINGTON NOV ie coalition of democrats and western republicans In charge of the tariff Dill has been dubbed demagogues undesirables more dengerous than communists and even jackasses SenatorNye republican North Da kota said in a radio address today But the facts are that the coalition is getting results for agriculture Participating in the same pro gram broadcast by the National Broadcasting company under the auspices of tho Farmers Union Senator Capper republican Kan sas said it would not benefit agri culttrp to increase the tariff rates or to gve tariff protection on what Lhe farmer sells if at the samo time tariffprotection is increased on what he has to buy The Kansan expressed confidence the agricultural marketing act would prove of great assistance to agriculture if the federal farm board continues to develop its poli cies along the lines of the past tvc months and if the farmers them selves give their energetic support to the cooperative marketing movement Prisoners in Colorado Pen Plotted Break Had Drilled Tunnel Close tJto Administi ation Building s B CANON CITY Colo Nov 16 SO of an elaborate plot to effect a wholesale delivery of pris oners from the state prison here and evidence that a guard prob ably aided prisoners in the October mutiny which cost 13 lives today iad led to solitary confinement of five convicts and institution of rig id precautionary measures The new escape plan fell just short of completion penitentiary officials said It was frustrated by discovery yesterday of a nearly completed tunnel leading from a cistern near the prison boiler shop a the base of a wall not far from he west gate where two days of sanguinary fighting occurred dur ng the riot last month Stool Pigeon Talks After two days of thoro search of he penitentiary during which ruards and prison officials un earthed a large number of make shift clubs and latest attempt to escape was brot to the attention of he warden by a convict stool pigeon who talked with a news lap erm an Five convicts whose names War den F E Crawford refused to re veal were placed In solitary confine ment in connection with the dis covery He said others likely were mpHcated Close to Main Building It was pointed out that the con icts had unlimited opportunity for muggling tools and working on an escape project as 700 convicts have TURN TO PAGE 10 COLUMN 3 High Court to Consider Validity of Tuberculin Test for Cattle in Iowa DES MOINES Nov 16 Iowa supreme court will consider Lhe legality of tho tuberculin test Tor cattle in two cases at the April term The court today ordered sub mission of the injunction case in OBrien and Mitchell counties In which rulings unfavorable to the state were given In the OBrien county case begun by Pan her and others an injunction against the cattle testing was given and the state appealed THE OF MOHAWK POND NATALIE by LINCOLN SUMNER ROMANCE N ASETTING OF MYSTERY INTRIGUE tfb ADVENTURE1 Starts Monday t November 18 in the GlobeGazette OTHER GAMES FIRST PERIOD Nebraska IS Oklahoma 7 Grlnncll 6 Carleton 0 N 1 U 7 Missouri 0 Pittsburgh 21 Carnegie 0 Knbx 3 Coe 0 Cornell 6 Monmouth 0 T SECOND PEBIOU Navy 20 Wake Forest 0 i Pittsburgh 27 Carnegie Tech 0 PennsyU airiiu 1 Columbia 0 Ohio 20 Kenyon 0 Cornull Dartmouth 6 Colgate 14 Syracuse 0 Army 50 Dickinson 0 Harvard 0 Holy Cross 0 KANSAS SHERIFF SHOOTS WOMAN Liquor Runner and Com panion Resist Attempt to Arrest Them HERINGTON Kans Nov 16 CT Louise Horton 35 Kansas 2ify an alleged liquor runner was shot and killed by Sheriff Sidney C Dederick when the woman and her ompanion Mat Howard attempted to escape in their whisky laden autpmobile here last night Clinging to tae running board of he car as it sped thru Herington Sheriff Dederick said he shot the COMPLICATIONS ENTER CASE OF WAR SECRETARY President Visits Hospital and Is Recognized by lowan WASHINGTON Nov 16 Physicians attending Secretary Good issued a bulletin at noon say ing the war department chief had slept practically all of the morning and reiterating his chance for re covery depended upon hla ability to resist an apparent case of blood poisoning Physicians kept incessant watch at his bedside Complications termed not satis factory after a consultation of doctors included increased temper ature pulse and respiration In ad dition the physicians were battling to prevent a spread of peritonitis symptoms described as local Good inderwent an emergency operation for appendicitis on Wednesday morning Hoover Arrives The setback brot President Hoov er to the sick room late last night shortly after it was announced He arrived at Walter Reed hospital a oclock and was ushered im mediately to the bedside He was there but a few minutes and during secretaryroused suf ficiently to recognizethe chief ex ecutive and attempt to acknowledge his appreciation of the call He soon lapsed into unconsciousness Entering the room Mr Hoover hastened to the bedside exclaiming How are you my dear friend So feeble was the response that it was inaudible to others in the room than the president These in cluding Lieut Commander Joel T Boone the presidents physician staff physicians of the hospital and Richard Jarvis chief of the white house secret service quickly with drew leaving the chief executive and his aide alone together Specialist Called After last nights setback Dr John M Pinney of Johns Hopkins a specialist on genitourinary ail voman she drew a revolver and threatened to kill him Howard wno was driving stopped the car and submited to arrest He said the woman had been drinking and told officers he believed she vould have killed the sheriff had Diderick not first first Howard denied responsibility for he 40 gallons of liquor in the car and said Mrs Horton had engager lim at Lawrence Kans to drive the machine for 550 NAVAL MEETING TO BE JAN 21 Dates for Conference Are Approved by United States WASHINGTON Nov 16 The state department has informed LONG PASSOVER HAWKEYES GOAL NETS TOUCHDOWN Iowa Threatens in Final Minutes of but Purdue Breaks Thru to Toss Pape for a Loss LAFAYETTE Ind Nov the end of the first halij Purdue was leading the Hawkeyes by a score of 7 to 0 Tha Boilermakers found the going pretty tough thru the Iowa lind but resorted to the aerial route in the first part of the second period to score the lone touchdown of the first half of tha same Two long passes the second across the goal line into the waiting arms of a Purdue player spelled the story of Pmv dues early lead Iowa outgained Purdue from jrimmage but could not gain when n a position to score Three during the first half the Hawks lost he ball under the shadow of the Purdue goal posts Neither Glass gow or Pape both of whom saw serviceIn the first half were able to break away from the alert ana speedy Purdue team for long runs stopping a 17yard him pass FIRST PERIOD Captain Glassgow of Iowa won the toss and chose to defend the south goal Westra kicked off for Iowa the ball sailing over the goa line Purdue put the ball in play on the 20 yard line Harmeson brok thru right tackle for 14 yards an rammed his way thru center for 1 yards The Hawkeyes took time out larmeson broke thru center for 5 yards Roberts larmeson threw i7 r over the goal line to Woerner for a ouchdown Woerner was standing here to make the catch HarmeKitni kicked goal making the score Pur due 7 Iowa 0 Westra kicked off over the goat line The ball was brot out to the 20 yard line where Purdue put it in play Harmeaon tried right tackle but failed to gain when he slipped Yunevicb cracked thru center ton ments was called Into consultation from Baltimore This was regarded as indicating that unforeseen com plications due to the unusual type of the operation had set in1 Secretary Good was taken to the lospital Tuesday night and an emergency operation for gangren ous perforating appendicitis was performed on Wednesday morning Serious obstacles were encountered jy the surgeons and the cabinet member was under the ether for nearly an hour first down on Purdues 34 yard line Welchthen hit lett tackle for yards but Purdue was offside an penalized5yards Welch the rammed center for 3yards On straight delve at center Yunevicl picked up 3 yards Welch punted out of bounds on Iowas 26 yard line Giaasgow broke over right tackle for 6 yards The gain was lost how ever when Iowa was penalized 5 yards for offside on the play Glass gaiaed 3 yards at center On quick punt Glassgow punted to Welch who was dropped on Pur dues 36 yard line Harmeson gained 3 yards over center Yunevich added 2 yards in a smash at center Welch punted the jail rolling out of bounds on Iowas IS yard line Glassgow hit right ackle gaining8 yards Farroh slammed over left tackle for first down on Iowas 29 yard line Glass caught Purdue napping and KANSAS CITY IS OPENING SHOW owans Place Fourth in Live stock Judging for 4H Clubs KANSAS CITY Nov 16 The kings queens and lesser nobil ty of the livestock equine and Gathered kingdoms were groomed n regal splendor here today for the opening the annual American Royal Livestock and Horse Show one of the foremost of the country Hundreds of sleek blooded horses cattle fowl dogs and even buffalo were in their pens and cages rep nearly every section of jao iiiieni nas miormeu the country the champions and near Great Britain that Jan 21 will be champions will vie for prizes to nnppritnlil A fvn j Knllincr acceptable to the United States for the inauguration of the London con ference on naval arms limitation revealing for the first time the exact date upon which the parley will convene This was done in response to re quests from London Tokyo Paris and Rome that the Washington government indicate whither this proposed date was suitable Previ ous announcements had fixed the opening of the conference no more definitely than the third week in Tho American delegation plnm to arrive in London some three or four days before the conference be gins in order to orient itself and be ready to devote its attention solely to the work of the parley once it is under way It wil be preceded how ever by a large part of the Amer ican mission including clerks sten ographers and staff yiembcrs talling compete Fiist place in team and individual 4H club livestock judging contents yesterday was awarded to Okla home with 1730 points Missouri ranked second with 1676 Kansas third with 1652 Iowa fourth with 1615 and Arkansas fifth wtili 1593 A SPECIAL EDITION OF THE GLOBEGAZETTE Containing nil of tho football news in which Mason City is in terested will on tho streets nt oclock tonight Why Wait Till Sunday mnted the ball rolling to Purdues 25 yard line where Farroh downed the ball Rogge spilled Harmeson or no gain On a double pass YunevIcH cut thru left tackle for 2 yards Welch mnted but the ball rolled out of jounds on Purdues 48 yard line Olassgow drove thru left tackle for ix yards Haggerty added a yard at center Glassgow made it first down on a short right end run plac ng the ball on Purdues 37 yard line Farroh was upset for a loss of 2 yards at left tackle Glassgow threw a pass intended for Rogge but the sailed over his head incomplete Another pass by Glassgow was incomplete Iowa was penalized 5 yards Glassgow punted over Pur dues goal line The Boilermakers aut the ball in play on the 20 yard line Harmeson gained a yard at right tackle Welch lost a yard at left tackle Welch then punted and the ball went out of bounds on Purdues 48 yard line It was the second poor punt by the Boiler maker star The Iowa line was breaking thru fast and his punting efforts were hurried Purdue took time out Farroh found a hole at left tackle ana broke thru going to Purdues 29 yard line for first down Glassgow then smashed the same spot for 5 yards Farroh tried to repeat at left tackle but was stopped by Mackle for no gain On a wide sweepingnm at right end Van Bibber brot Glass gow down after a gain of a yard Glassgow standing on Purdues 30 yard line tried to punt out of bounds but the ball went back of the goal line Purdue put the ball in play on the 20 yard line Harmeson picked up a yard at center and Yunevich added two yards Welch punted to Iowas 35 yard line Mackle downing the ball there Plgnatelli took the ball on a double pass but was tossed for a loss of a yard On the next play Sleight broke thru and tackled Glassgow for a loss of 5 yards Glassgow punted to White who re turned y yards to Purdues 41 yard line as tho period ended with the score Iowa 0 Purduo 0 SECOND PERIOD Yunevich dove thru center gain ing12 yards Harmeson added 4 yards at right tackle Harmeson threw a 25 yard pass to Woerner who stepped out of bounds to evade Glassgow on the 25 yard line Welch 3 yards Welch cut thru lefttackla for 4 yards Welch pun tedto Glass gow who ran back 10 yards to Iowas 4 8 yard iine Glass goyr charged vich ter a gain of k yard Farroh added a yard at Jeft tackle but Iowa was offslda and penalized 5 yards Glassgow threw a pass 45 yards mt it got away from Rogge and was incomplete Calvert replaced Mackle at right end for Purdue ssgow punted and surrounded y Iowa players the ball was al owed to roll to Purdues 8 yard ne Harmeson picked up 2 yards t right tackle Yunevich added one ard at center Standing behind the oa line WelcH punted out of ounds on Purdues 40 yard line Pape the speedy hack went in or Glassgow Leo Jensvold went in or Pignatelli On a wide end run 3ape failed to gain and Iowa was enalized 25 yards for clipping the fficials indicating Farroh was tha one Pape gained 3 yards at ight tackle Farroh gained 5 yards t left tackle Farroh punted to Vhite who was smothered by three lawk tacklers on Purdues 22 yard ne Haimeson failed to gain at right ackle Yunevich also held foe o gain Purdue took time out Kis ell substituted for Woerner at lefC nd for Purdue Welch punted tha all sailing high in the air and com ng down on lowaa 47 yard line Kissel downed it Papa was eld to no gain at center Pape ten tossed a long pass to Rogge vho was caught on Purdues 24 ard line It was a 28 yard nd Rogge snatched the ball front wo Purdue men Fuhrman replaced Roberta aanaen went in for Hagerty fo Iowa Jensvold smashed center fop 4 yards Jensvokl repeated making it first down on Purdues 12 yard line Purdue took time out Miller broke thru to tackle Papa for a loss of 3 yards Jensvold smashed over right guard for CONTINUED ON SPOKT PAGE AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I never was so mortified That triflin bunch o loaf era settin there in the drug store an me havin to walk out with the sunlight in front an only three petti coats on   

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