Mason City Globe Gazette, December 6, 1929

Mason City Globe Gazette

December 06, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowa1 a DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI HOME CgSNTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON GITY IOWA FRIDAY DECEMBERS 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONA NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 50 NO FURTHER DELAY IOWA HINT L William S Vare LdseteFight for Seat in Senate MARINES GUARD ISLAND CAPITAL FOLLOWING RIOT PorbAuPrince vPlaced Under Mar tial Law nORTAUPRINCE Haiti Dec 6 arid Cape Haitien their streets patrolled by United States itiarines apting under martial law were quiet today after riotingr Wednesday in which two Americans and a number of natives were injured Stores were open again and the colony was said to feel no apprehension altho there was ail undercurrent of unrest Dispatch of a patrol of 40 marines to Cayes where the situation was reported to be tense was understood to have quieted that section also Smashed Typewriters The proclamation ofmartial law was issued Wednesday night by Col Richard Cutts brigade commander of the II S marine corps here after a strike in the customs house out of which the rioting grew The strike began when a Haitian customs employe was discharged for fraudulent entries Some of the clerks smashed their typewriters and forced entrance into the govern ment buildings to find others to join them Collector D P Johnson and an Americah7 by fTCrabC ai i order welch was quelled but broke out agairt the strikers re turned Patrols of marines were put out and wjth the native gardea had the cityquiet in an hour and a half Twentyeight leaders and members of the crowd were arrest ed Threw Stones at Officer In the rioting Capt George OSheal son of a fire department chief in Brooklyn N Y was at tacked while making an arrest sin glehanded A patrol of gardes came to his rescue after his clothing had been torn badly The crowd stoned him and the gardes The proclamation of martial law stated that the United States was pledged to support the constitution al government of Haiti and with the assistance of the garde had maioi tained peace and tranquility for many years It was said the dis orders had followed activity of agi tators who were fomenting trouble and it therefore had been necessary to invoke martial law invented worlc should worry youll never infringe on his patent Brooklyn Eagle Wea IOWA FORECAST Unsettled Friday andSatur day rain changing to snow probable colder Friday night in west and north portions much colder Saturday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 14 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Warmest Thursday 36 Coldest in Night 16 At 8 A M Friday 19 Thursdays maximum lacked 6 de grees of equaling the high point of the previous day which had been Decembers warmest spot up to this time The nights minimum was ex actly the same as the preceding night The wind waa out of the south Friday morning andthe sun shone at the outset but by midfore noon clouda had obscured itHow ever before noon the clouds had van ished and there was marked melting in the afternoon Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Dec These post season football games never decide anything But how would this one be We have n team o ut li e r e caijed St M a r y s Sounds effem inate but they havent lost a game since the year of the gold rush Take them and Notre wrr T DaraeBut take WILL ROGERS all the Checkoap Italians Jewish Swedes and Esquimos and all other nation alities off of both teams Then the Irish from both teams they could get eleven and then lee the Irish play the foreigners That would outdraw any game in the world Let Rockue coach the foreigners and Al Smith the Irish That would be great Yours for games that decide something WILL ROGERS CHINESE AGREE TO DEMANDS OF Basis MUKDEN Dec 6 The Muk den political council today Ois patrhcd a message to Moscow ap proving the preliminary agreement reached between Chinese and Rus sian delegates for the settlement of the Chinese eastern railway contro versy After prolonged discussions over the preliminary agreement which was negotiated by representatives Russia and China at NikolsktTs suriisky Siberia Dec 3 the Muk den council to which the Chinese delegates reported after their ini tial meeting with the soviet dele gates decided to withdraw its ob jection to one of the Russian de mands Concede to Russia Accordingly the council decided to oppose no longer Moscows sistcnce upon the reemployment of Emshanoff and Eismont respec tively former manager and assist aut manager of the railway in other capacities In the conversa tions at NikolskUssuriisky the Chineso delegates had refused to grant this condition and referred the matter to the Mukden council upon their return here The Chinese council conceded this point of view of j the soviet dele gates promise that the SinoRus sianagreement of 1924 under which the railway was being operated prior to its being taken over by the ChinesB last summer would be ful filled this binds Russia not to carry on propaganda work in tha railway area President Resigns It waa reported that the presi dent of the Chinese eastern had re signed thus making possible the ac complishment of the iisky arrangement for the appoint I ment of a new president Teng YuniSheng Chinese com missioner of foreign affairs at Har bin was appointed as delegate to TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 4 Abolition of Federal Farm Loan Board Is Sought by Brookhart WASHINGTON Dec 6 Abolition of the federal farm loan board and transfer of its functions to the federal farm board to unite the governments independent activ ities in behalf of agriculture was asked in a bill today by Senator Brookhart republican Iowa A sim ilar measure has been offered in the house by Representative Dickinson also an Iowa republican IS OVER WILSON IS TURNED DOWN Upper House Votes 58 to 22 Against Seating Republican Dec 6 The doors of the senate were closed definitely today against William S Vare for years a power in the pol itics of Pennsylvania By a vote of 58 to 22 it was de cided that the expenditure of the Philadelphia in the primary election of 1926 and the charges of fraud and corruption in that contest barred him from taking the seat to which he had been certified as elected A few minutes later the effort of William B Wilson Vares demo cratic opponent to obtain the place was thwarted The senate approved a resolution by Senator Reed repub lican Pennsylvania based on the re port of its elections committee that the former secretary of labor inthe Wilson cabinet had not been elected Now Up to Governor The end of the Vare controversy which has occupied the senate for three years left the question of a new senator from the keystone state in the hands of Governor Fisher He is a republican and his appoint ment of aman for the place will not change the complexion of the states representation but it will give tlie state two yotes where rithaclonly Dayld A Reed the contest was going on v The decision against Wilson was 06 to 15 He had labored here and in Pennsylvania for mouth after month in conducting his contest for the Vare seat Vare still disabled from an illness which almost cost him his life waa in the seat which he had fought for when the vote on his right to occupy it was taken His physician was nearby Looking on from the mem bers gallery were Mrs Vare anil two daughters Wilson In Gallery Directly opposite them in another part of the gallery sat Wilson who listened to the recording of the vote which marked his defeat in a fight long Vare who had come to Washing ton to enter a personal defense ol his campaign activities and expendi tures had a smile on his face as he entered the senate chamber where he knew he was to be found not eligible with culty and used a cane SOUTHERN IOWA BANK ROBBED Two Bandits Force Dean Cashier Into Vault Get DEAN Dec 6 men at 11 a m held up and robbed the Dean State Savings bank of about and escaped after locking Cashier Oscar Mackwell in the vault They were believed to be sur rounded a few miles south of here in Missouri early this afternoon The pair abandoned the automo bile and dashed into the underbrush beside the road where posses of vigilantes and county officers Bo lieved they were cornered The robbers drove up in a small automobile entered the bank and forced Mackwell to hand over all the cash on hand Patrons entering the bank later heard the cashier pounding on the vault door ami freed him He could give only meager description Dean is only four miles north the Missouri state line in Appan oosc county It is about 15 southeast of Centerville Shoppinp Day SENATE VOTES THUMBS DOWN Wlllum S Vare left and William B Wilson republican and democrat respectively were lioth denied scats in the senate from Pennsylvania by a vote Friday Vnre was excluded because lie spent 5600000 on his election WHsoil his democratic opponent who ap pealed for Yures seat was likewise excluded Tariff Might Delay Action on Tax Slash North Iowa Pair Wed in Airplane Above Clouds Eva Fowler and Iver Start Married Life In the Air TTERE comes the bride But it was the throb of an airplanes motor and not the strains of a wedding march which f orraed the accompan imentfox ttie noon Friday after strong atio Iyer Hotenbf Ririgsteaa The performed high in theair in an airplanepiloted by Archie Peterson The Rev George K Davies of the First Presbyterian church read the service At a little before 1 oclock the bridal party including the bride bridegroom minister and pilot gathered at the airport The bride denied any nervousness she had been up three times before and she showed more composure than many brides married on solid ground Weve told the pilot to show us some thrills she laughed Her hus band too had been up before At 1 oclockthey boarded the plane The ceremony wag vdelayecl a few minutes not by a lardy at tendant butby a cold engine Then the roar of the motorsounded the bride leaned to the window to wave goodby and the little group on the ground watched the plane lift to the sky FlaneWus Attendant The only attendant wag a small er plane glittering with silver paint which clung close to the bridal ship from the time it left the ground till it touched earth again The big plane headed east the smaller one close at hand A bank of clouds lay ahead the big ship plunged into them and was lost to the view of tlie audience on the ground Many couples are married with their heads in the clouds this bride and bridegroom were actually mar ried above the clouds It was the most beautiful sight I ever saw the new Mrs Hoien declared later After a long five minutes the ship reappeared only to be swal lowed again by the cloud bank Once again it emerged this time it made for the airport and landed smoothly as the watchers broke into a run to meet the occupants The plan had barely come to rest when the door was opened and the laughin bride descended Siio Wasnt Nervous I wasnt a bit nervous she de clared when she had come down to earth It was perfectly lovely And the pilot declared that Ilia flight was actually very smooth The party made for the office and the bridegroom distributed cigars The men who tin ceremony from the ground mur mured something about a storm coming up in a few minutes a bank of dark clouds had blown up Had they appeared soonerthey would have threatened the safety of thevoyage Were Old Hands Bride bridegroom and pilot old hands at flying but the minister had never been up before He hnd performed many weddings but it was his first flight the bridal couple were novices at weddings but flying in itself was no novelty The plane was a Stinson Detroiter belonging to H G Beck of Manly Following the ceremony the cou ple planned to motor to Ackley im a wedding dinner with friends They HOOVER NAMES HURLEY AS NEW WftR SECRETARY r WASHINGTON pe b r 8 Patrick J Hurley of OkJaJioma has beerpseiected by President Hoover WASHINGTON Dec B Unable to get the Semite finance committeetogether to act on the house tax reduction resolu tion Chairman Smoot called up the tariff bill In the senate to day a few moments after dispo sition of the Vare case WASHINGTON Dec 6 Prompt action by the senate on the administrations tax reduction program was menanccti today by the tariff bill and a re newal of the raging controversy which it aroused in the special session Allho it bore the indorsement ot leaders of both parties spokesmen for the coalition of democrats and independent republicans in control of tariff revision were laying plans to block consideration of the tax resolution unless given definite aa surance that a return tothetariff debate would not be long delayed With the disposition of the Vare case during the day made certain previous agreement a choice be tween the tariff and tax projects for subsequent consideration clearly made necessary Chairman Smooth of the finance committee set aside an early hour to get his committee together to report oat the tax resolution Smoot and the rest of the repub lican regulars were desirous of put ting the tax resolution1 providing a one year reduction of 1 per cent In all normal rates on income ahead the tariff measure While like wise favoring early passage of tti5 fluty propdsali would take oriiyaday or two OUST US NOW OR REINSTATE MAY BE HAWKS STAND S Showdown on Conference Standing Is Demanded Immediately Petitioners v Confident on Eve of Battle to succeed James W dboUMs sec retary of war He had been acting secretary having taken over the duties of the war department upon re cently of Mr Good Prior to that time he was assistant secretary Hurley a lawyer was one of the men President Hoover drew from the south to place in important posts after his election He is just under 50 years old The new secretary is a colonel in the reserve corps During the World war he won the Distinguished Service cross for a volunteer re connaissance under heavy fire in France It had been freely predicted that the Oklahoman would succeed to the cabinet post in view of the con fidence reported in him by Presi dent Hoover expected to spend a few days n Waterloo at the homo of Mr Hoieris sister Mrs Frank Bouch On Tues day they will return to Armstrong to make their home Mr Hoien is the son of Mr anO Mrs J N Hoien of Long Beach Cal He has been a farmer at Rirg sted He attended Buena Vigta col lege at Storm Lake Mrs Hoien is the daughter of Dei Fowler She operates a beauty pai lor and gift shop at Armstrong where they will make their home Mrs Hoien will continue her work and her husband will farm thb they will live in town Mrs Hoien at tended the Forest City high school BLAME CAPTAIN IN SHIPWRECK Duluth Skipper Lost His Head Investigation of Accident Reveals SENEY Mich Dec G fed eral investigation into the steamer Kiowa disaster drew to an end today with a denunciation of the dead captain Alex T Young of Duluth holding the most prominent place in testimony Witnesses Wednesday asserted Young one of five to perish in an ineffectual attempt to reach shore after the freighter grounded in Lake Superior lost his head Yes terday they described him as hys terical and as ruling his crew with a gun As federal inspectors arranged to visit the scene of the wreck they studied testimony that Young de serted the IS Kiowa survivors and left them to be picked up 24 hours later by coastguardsmert Grimly the first mate Arthur J Cronk of Detroit told them that Young was drowned while attempt ing to get away in the first lifeboat with a crew of his own selection By HERMAN J SMITH Associated Press Staff Writer CHICAGO Dec 6 were strong indications this noon that Iowa which will lay its case for reinstatement to schedulemaking1 rights in the Big Ten corference will refuse to accept another continu ance of its case Should the Big Ten make such a move the Hawkeyes will demand a showdown this weekend and if their plea is refused will begin an aggressive campaign to establish athletic contacts elsewhere it was said in well informed quarters rather than making further at tempt to remain a member of the conference circuit Tense but unmoved in the face of a steadily increasing barrage of rumors University of Iowa officials this afternoon awaited the zero hour before the decisive battle which is expected to determine the Hawk eye athletic future before morning i j Preliminary skirmishes In hotel obbies and conference rooms this morning were without result save o discourage the hopes of Iowa caches for obtaining tentative coni eats with Big Ten opponents until he Old Gold status Is definitely de ermine d J Postpone ScheduleMilking1 j Postponement of the schedulej making sessions until Saturday coupled with the uncertainty of ths Iowa position brot from coaches of other schools the statement that liey were perfectly willing to book the Hawkeyes but would not do so until assured of Iowas abilityto Highlights of Big Ten COMBINATION OF BANKS IS MADE IN NORTH IOWA Fredericksburg Banks Unite Forces for Efficiency PREDERICKSBURG DSC State bank and the First National bank of Fredericksburg merged and will operate under the charter of the First State bank The First National bank building will be used This merger which took place By PAUL JIICKELSOX Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO Dec 6 Ten athletic directors and coaches crowded the Hotel Sherman lobby today long before their various meetings were calledOutwardly they reminisced but the question on their minds admittedly was Will the conference decide to sever atri leticrelations withIowa A canvas of the coaches and ath letic directors by newspapermen foudd them to be in favor of Iowa but none would say so for individual quotation That isnt in our jurisdiction you know one of the athletic directors said Iowas delegation which will pre sent the Hawkeye petition tonight Lo the faculty committee was not to be seen around the lobby C C Wil liams head of the Iowa athletic council and Edward Lauer director of athletics remained at the univer sity club six blocks away They ap peared confident of would not comment on the issue Publication of aneditorial by the Daily lowan in one of the Chicago morning newspapers caused some apprehension among the Iowa dele gates The editorial asserted You Cant Track Mud Into A PigSty claiming Iowa seeking readmission to the conference is entitled to ex j ij jiiticvl WJJ1UJ1 LUUJl UmCC l it Wednesday will give a capital stock pct a almllar cleamng up process P frnrn rtnnftirAnrn rurplus and undivided profits equal to the combined amounts of the two banks The move has been made on the theory that one bank in a town the size of Fredericksburg is adequate to meet the demands of the com munity and can be operated with far less expense The men who will be officers ol the First State bank are as follows President L P Rich vice president H S Kerasen cashier Otto Koerth assistant cashier C E Leach direc tors L P Rich H S Kerssen E A Ellison John Mikes G A Matt ke William Drape and Paul Morf MIAMI Dec 6 Good year semidirigible Defender landed at Miami at oclock after an 1100 mile trip from Akron Ohio An overnight trip was made from Gadsden Ala in 17Vz hours FIRST ROBINS OF SPRING APPEAR IN NORA SPRINGS YARD NORA SPRINGS Dec Mrs J T Warren of Nora Springs in a note to the Globe Gazette disavows drinking any thing stronger than water But it is evident enough that the four robins she saw on her front lawn Wednesday afternoon were under the influence of something besides water if they thot it was spring Mrs Warren reports she gave the birds food Whether they were singing Bullards Winter Song or Mendelssohns Spring Song she could not detect If theres a trophy for the first beholder of robins certainly the Nora Springs woman Is entitled to it from other conference schools The only alternative to a gen eral cleanup of athletic conditions by conference schools the editorial read is recognition of a semipro Iessionalism as no more than just to athletics If others can give of their talents for money and remain un tainted why not athletes That is contrary to established tradition Yet it Is far more honest frank ami open than to do the same thing un der cover behind the guise of ama teurism Either way there must be an admission that Iowa has not been the only offender but happened to be the goat because of tailing by a disgruntled official whose demo tion followed a regime under which the old way of things flourished That editorial isnt going to help Iowa any in this case one of the delegates said fulfill theengagements by its restoir ation to Thooutwardly of cause were1 some what fearful today of the effects on tht Iowa case of tin editorial ap pearlngin this mornings edition at the Daily lowan university student newspaper which asserted that you cant track intKl info a pigsty ancr demanded a general Big Ten house cleaning The Iowa leaders arc ready to as sure the conference that the wtudent dailys opinion is not an expression of the official Hawkeye altitude tho it was indicated that Iowa would welcome a strong stand by the con ference on the genera question of enforcement of eligibility require ments May Prove Tho newspapers here printed per sistent rumors that the clearing by Hawkeye officials of Oran Pape football star after be had faced charges of professionalism last fall would prove damaging C C Wil liams chairman of the Iowa athletic board was confident that the Pape case would aid rather than injure the Iowa cause Members of the Iowa delegation scoffed at assertions that Pape was cleared because of his value to the Iowa team while John Fuhrman a reserve guard who was faced with similar charges was suspended be cause he was less needed by tha Hawkeyes According to Coach Burton Ing worsen the presence of Capt Willis Glassgow all conference halfback in the Iowa lineup this fall made Pape a less valuable player than was Fuhrrnan Further Hawkeye sort that while there officials as may prevail even in the office of John L Grif TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 The one member of the faculty committee the lowans fear most ia Prof James Paige of Minnesota Somehow they understand he is not satisfied with Iowas campaign to clean house One coachhowever assured the Hawks he was given to j understand thatPaige was satisfied I with Iowas house cleaning Paige remained more or less secluded and said nothing Burt Ingweraon Iowa football coach came in for an unusual amount of back slapping and hand shaking Every coach made it a point to talk to Ihgwerson and he was the center of all the larger conversa tional groups Several prominent Iowa alumni were noticed around the lobby Nine meetings most of them aimed at rule Interpretations were on todays schedule The faculty committee meets tonight I AUNT HET By Robert Quillcn monument they put up tor Bill reminds me o1 my potatoes this year They made a big show above the ground but there wUsnt much underneath ;

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