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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE diNTa PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED VfTKB REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 15 1929 FINAL EDITION UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JSJQ CONGRESS SET FOR FARM RELIEF Economy Bloc May Demand Extra Session of Legislature APPROPRIATION BILL HOLDS UP QUITTING TIME Iroup Wants Considera tion of Taxation Sug gestions By JACK C GRBIG Associated Press Staff Writer ES MOINES April 15 Iowas legislators today went into the final sessions of the forty third general assembly A little more was left than the formalities of enrolling bills passed in the last hours and celebrating the arrival of the fixed hour of adjourn ment Friday April 12 at noon by hegrace of the legislative clocks ometime today by ordinary time ieces Released from an impasse which caused the session to last three days eyond the fixed finish senate and louse had to come together on two mportant measures that creating a tate board of assessment and re iew and the resolution providing ppointment of a legislative com of to Investigate taxation iiatters with a view to recommend g an alternative to property taxa House acceptance of senate jianges to these bills was an Houso May Hold Out rtification of appropriationson Will Rogers BOSTON Mass April Tomorrow is a historic day Mr Hoover all during his career baa had men almost lay down their lives to aid him in carrying out some good work That all ends tomorrow Congress meets and his faith in human nature will s ta r t waning before sun down He will find no tinge of the Red Cross spirit on that hill Six hun dred gathered there from all over the coun try just waiting WILL ROGERS for somebody to suggest some thing worth while and then show him what happens to it I can hear Mr Coolidge laugh ing to himself away over in Northampton and saying well Im glad I didnt try to relieve em TTours WILL Copyright 1929 WOMANS FAVOR IS BLAMED FOR Co of legislation and it was com by a report that the bloc of the nous a migfcJi assent until assured i would call a special seS the legislature to take up Jit vi suggestions to oev suV gy th legislative committee assessment and they were ready agreement by the th2 031X74159 bi hat Yhe 1 budget bill that senate OF Pair Argued Who Was to Escort Kentuckian to Her Hotel N EW YORK April 15 ry for the favor of a Keutucky society mctron was revealed today HERRICK CORTEGE PASSES THRU STREETS In a flagdrapcd coffin drawn on a caisson tho body of Ambassador Horrick passed thru New York streets enrouto to Cleveland for burial Thousands paid silent tribute as It passed the Now York public proponents The budget priations are some those passed two yars ago this together with an antici additfoual levy to build up the treasury is expectedto result Jxmt tw mills increase in the levy to something like 12 I Income Tax Likely jjre hasbeen persistent mention Sjut the session of a demand the taxation system ill proposals for new and addi levies have been turned down TO PAGE 11 COLUMN L IOWA FORECAST cloud Monday night J Tuesday possibly shouers portion slightly warmer Jnday night In north central jtlon and extreme east por li Tuesday cooler Tuesday In Stliwest portion OCAL STATISTICS beGazette weather figures for period ending at 8 oclock Monday Sunday 58 Degrees in Night 5 Degrees S A M Monday 44 Degrees like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday hest Saturday cst in Night days more 5R Degrees 34 Degrees nearly similar j3aturday and Sunday sel The maximum tempera f for the two days were the there was a difference of dl free in the minimum tem J res Monday opened up with Somrse of ing almost a coun ft of the two preceding days 8 oclock temperature was had been to a scuffle on fash ionable Parkavenue which was fol lowed by the deatWof Arthur Mor gan Smith rich Cleveland manufac turer and the arrest of Samuel E Bell oil promoter on a charge of homicide Bell was arrested alter police learned he had engaged in a scuffle with Smith as they were leaving a party in the apartment of Mrs Robert W Schuette at a m Friday Mrs Schuette Js the widow of Harry S Harkness sportsman who left her inherited from his father a Standard OH magnate The scuffle witnesses said was the ontcome of an argument wheth er Smith or Bell should accompany Mrs Robert L Brown of Lexington Ky to the Hotel Plaza where she was staying She was confined to a hotel in the custody of a policewom an as a material wintness Smith died in the Hotel Barclay Friday afTernoon an autopsy dis closed 4 fracture of the skull After Bell and Mrs Brown had been driven away leaving Smith ly ing where he fell a taxicab driver helped him to his feet He wanderea a short distance from the street where he waa arrested and locked up on a charge of intoxication He was released under a suspended sen tence when arraigned in magis trates court and returned to his hotel where he died in convulsions a few hours later Beirwas arrested Saturday night and after being questioned by Police Commissioner whalen and detec tives of the homicide squad was ar raigned yesterday HJj attorney en tered a plea of not guilty Vice President of Younker Brothers in Des Moines Is Dead DES MOINES April 15 Meyer Rosenfield 84 vice president of Younker Brothers department store died at his home here today following a monthss illness Born in Rock sland III the son of Joseph and Henrietta Rosenfield he had been a resident of DCS Moines for 29 years He was vice president of the for LAW HELD ON BOOZE CHARGE Former Deputy Sheriff Was Arrested Near Waverly Sunday According to Word received here Monday morning Frank Law of this city a former deputy sheriff here was arrested Sunday afternoon southeast of Waverly and charged with transportation of liquor A rep Vesentative of the Black Hawk county sheriffs office who arrested Law is reported as having found 50 gallons of alleged alcohol in his car CONFERENCES TOLD TO HURRY Public Impatient With Delay in Arms Reduction Dele gates Hear GENEVA April 15 preparatory disarmament commis sion held its opening meetings at Geneva today President Loudon In Ask Probe of Chicago H S Boys Death One Car Backs Over Bluff Into River Five Die at Crossing CHICAGO April 15 persons were killed and two serious ly injured in weekend automobile accidents in northern Illinois Two men and a woman believed to be Bud Zuronowsky 30 and Mr and Mrs Anton mmlk all of Chica go an unidentified woman and a boy about 8 wera killed and their car wrecked in a crossing crash late Sunday near Mokena 111 Four autolsts met death by drown ing late Saturday in Rock river at Dixou HI They were Jacob Boon 36 Lewis Sarvey 57 Mrs Etta Schumakcr 50 and her daughter Mrs Norma McPherson 24 Having been parked near the river in re verse gear the car lurched back ward when started and plunged over a law bluff into the water Only one body had been recovered early today A gay pacty of Chicago high school students ended in the death his introductory address urging the early Sunday of George Lux 21 delegates to hasten their work President Loudon declared that public opinion was becomingright ly impatient of delay He said he had received several thousand peti tions urging the quick progress of disarmament some of them de manding convocation of an inter naitonal disarmament conference jn 1929 These petitions represented the voice not of thousands but of mil lions of people chiefly workers the president said adding that reduc tion of armaments had been prom ised to all peoples and that the younger generations were giving more attention to the settlement of disputes tration by conciliation and arbl mer HarrisEmery store here and upon the consolidation of that busi ness with Younher Brothers be came also vice president of the Younker store He urged the defegates to take up the Russian plan for partial disarm ament and the German proposal for publicity as well as the question of limitation of stocks of wur material1 together with unsettled points In the draft convention President London voiced pessi mism as to the probability of agreeing on the draft text of a dis armament treaty at the present session Making particular allu sion to the great navai powers he declared that it was hopeless to think of achieving a general ac cord until the interested govern merits ironed out their capital dif j icrences With two girl and one boy compan ions he had visited several road houses during the evening Speed ing along a road south of Chicago the car swerved and rolled down a 10foot embankment Lux pinned beneath the machine was and died before rescue could be effected William J Began superintendent of schools and W L Bodine su perintendent of compulsory educa tion were said to have indicated a thoro investigation of conditions un der which school children are able to obtain liquor Mrs R V Rydbeck Chicago was in a collision of automo biles yesterday on the Dixie high way between Milford and Willing ton III Frank 9 was kilind when struck by a car driven by Jo seph Fadada in Chicago Waucoma Building Destroyed by Fire WAUCOMA April pool hall owned by Joe Deeny and part of another building owned by John Ochen burned to tho ground Sat urday morning The fire was on main street and but for the fire company the whole side of the street would have gone in the flames GUARDSMAN IS KILLED IN FALL Parachute of Missourian Found Intact After Leap ST LOUIS Mo April 15 The body of Lieut Shapley Gray of the Missouri national guard air untt was found this morning in a field near Gumbo 20 miles west of hare The lieutenant had jumped from his plane when its motor stalled while on a return trip from Jeffer son City late yesterday The flyers parachute was found intact strapped to his body with the release cord in his pocket MELLON CASE TO BE HEARD Judiciary Committee Will Consider Right of Secre tary to Hold Office WASHINGTON April 15 The senate judiciary committee was summoned today by Chairman Nor ris to meet Wednesday to consider the inquiry ordered previously into the right of Secretary Mellon to continue In office Plans for the investigation will be determined at the meeting It is the desire of some members that Mellon be called before the commit tee to detail his property holdings The resolution of Sehator McKel lar democrat Tennessee ordering the inquiry asked the judiciary com mittee to determine whether the secretary was not serving in viola tion of an old statute forbidding a secretary of treasury to be Inter ested in trade or business The resolution also asked for a re port as to whether a cabinet officer may continue in office from one ad ministration to another without re consideration of his nomination the senate by Ames Congregation Accepts Resignation AMES April 15 of tlie Rev H L Boozer finally has been accepted by the congregation of the Ames Collegiate Presbyterian church after he tendered it three times He is to go to Des Moines June 1 where he will become the synortica executive oE the Iowa Presbyterian synod REBELS FAILING GIL READY TO START REFORMS Orders Governor to Put Stop to Gambling and Vice MEXICO CITY April 15 President Emilio Fortes Gil has seized upon the disintegration of the rebellion to inaugurate sweeping moral reforms in northern Mexico Announcement was made today that he had instructed Luis L Leon new governor of Chihuahua and General Limon military commander of Ciudad Juarez to stop all gamb ling in that state and attempt to urge it of vice Will Stop Gambling General Limon answered that he would close all gambling houses at CifiOad Juarez Governor Leon alsa wired his acquiesence The president gave as a reason for his orders his desire to free the ountry from the immoral effects of the rebellion Observers however recalled strong tendencies of the Mexican chief executive in this di rection He has frequently put him self on record as in favor of a modi fied prohibition of alcoholic drinks Another presidential proclama tion reaffirmed a statement of Sat urday afternoon with reference to V ot robel must INDIAN COMMISSIONER Charles James Ithouds Phila delphia banker and president of the Indian Rights association is the cboico of President Hoover for commissioner of In dian affairs COUNTRY PAYS FINAL HONORS Only in northern Sinaloa did a fight appear at ail likely There General Cardenas was pushing his troops northward against San Bias where the forces of General Iturbe and Roberta Crut were reported to beentrenched General Cardenas who has moved asfar as Guaymu chll expected to reach San Bias and engage the rebels by Thursday Airplanes were said to have lo cated between 600 and 700 men be ieved to be of the retreating foice of General Jose Gonzalo Escobar in TURN TO PAGE 11 COLUMN 2 TARIFF CHANGE CENSUS PLANS TO BE BROT UP Presidents Message to Be Delivered on Tuesday By D HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON April 15 fflIn fulfillment of one of the pre election promises of Herbert Hoov er the seventyfirst congress was called to meet in extraordinary ses sion today to find the long sought road to a solution of the farm ques ion Altho Its program had been tcnta ively set to include farm relief the related subject of tariff revision reapportlonment of the house and a measure setting a date for begin ning the enumeration of the na ions population no one would ven ure a prediction as to the life the iession The president had been repres as favoring a limited legisla Ive program but ha had made it jlain that he would not attempt to ell congress what to do Republican eaders who must guide the destinies of the session also favor a Umita ion of activity but democratic lead ers have threatened to oppose suclt efforts Only the perfunctory process oC organizing facet the house today while the senate was ready for bus iness Immediately as this work was taken care of in the brief session early in March to confirm the Hoov cabiaet Negro In Congress TO INVESTIGATE LIVERMORE FIRE Theater and Dance Hall Is Padlocked by State Marshal HUMBOLDT April Princess theater Livermre has been Jadlocked by the stale fire marshal and Mayor Burns awaiting investi gation of a fire which occurred there April 3 The theater had been used as a lall for dances conducted by B W Shepard manager of the theater Fhe fire the circumstances of which lave aroused the suspicions of nu horitiea broke out on the night be fore a dance scheduled in violation of a city ordinance On the contention that the dances managed by Shepard drew undesir able persons to the town tho village council passed an ordinance to be come effective April 1 requiring a license fee for all dance halls and prohibiting Shepard from ob taining a license Upon investigation after the fire iad been put out it was thot that the blaze had originated In some old films stored In the attic Witnesses were found who said they saw a car leaving town hurriedly just as the fire bell rang and several sets of fingerprints were taken Frank Collins owner of the build ing has served Shepard with notice to vacate witlilu three days Impressive Service Held for Late Ambassador at Cleveland CLEVELAND Ohio Aprillo the solemn rite of the church tha body of With Episcopal Myron T Herrick late ambassador to France today was laid to rest here beneath the soil of bis native land The burial service held as the body was lowered to its final resting place following an Impressive funeral in Trinity Episcopal ca thedral and along solemn proces sion from the church to the grave side In Lakeview cemetery While the bereaved relatives broke into tears Bishop William A Leonard spoke the last words of the burial service at the grave and with mourners standing with bowed heads and the military guard of honor at attention a bugler sounded with plaintive notes the sad fare well of taps Atop the unopened coffin during the cathedral service was a black satin pillow bearing the medal of the Legion of HonorAt the foot was a large silver palm Both decora lions were expressions of tribute from France to the ambassador that it looked upon as an adopted son The solemnity of the service was heightened by its simplicity There was no sermon and except Jor from President Hoover Myers Y Cooper governor of Ohio and Secretary of State Stimson at the request of the family there were no flowers Iowa Senior Awarded Sanxay Prize of IOWA CITY April Uni versity of Iowas liberal arts senior with the best promise for achieve MARINE FLYERS DIE IN CRASH Investigation of Managua Accident Ordered by Commander MANAGUA Nicaragua April 5 investigation of an air plane accident Saturday which cost the list of a lieutenant and two non commissioned marine corps officers was under way today Maj Louis M Bourne commanding the marine corps aviation unit flew to San Carlos to conduct tho inquiry Second Lieut James Beaty Me Hugh pilot from CIcmson college S C Sergt Byron O Piner photo grapher of Roanoke Va and Coip Otto Miller of Pittsburgh were killed It was said the men were engaged the message of President Hoover will not betransmitted tothe capi tol until tomorrow In the house 68 new members were called to take tho oath of office along with those reelected last November Of the newcomers one Oscar De Priest of Chicago is the first Negro elected to congress in 28 years Three new ar rivals were women bringing the to al feminine group to eight Nicholas Longworth looked to ward a start on his third term as speaker of the house while Tilson of ticut was back as floor lead er of the majority Garner of Texas veteran of 14 terms assumed the minority leadership As a working basis a farm meas ure was ready for introduction in he house but the formality of re ferring it back to committee and other opening day business were ob stacles to its immediate considera ion Approved by a vote of 19 to wo after a three hour executive session of the agriculture commit ce the measure provides generally for a federal farm board with a re volving fund of SfJOO000000 at its disposal to aid in more orderly mar keting of crops Farm In FirsV Tho senate which also will tnkc up farm relieffirst probably will not get its bill from committee be fore tho latter part of tha week A controversy over tho advisability of incorporating In the McNary bill the export debenture plan of the na tional grange prevented action by the senate agriculture committee last week This plan was rejected by the house committee Saturday Tariff revision on which the house ways and means committee has been working more than three months will faco the legislators af ter disposition of tho farm measure Chairman Hawley will have the bill TO PAGE 11 COLUMN 3 ment in graduate study is H VerM photographic mappingprcpnra non Chase of Little Rock it nns tions to the survey for the proposed been decided by faculty members of Nicaraguan canal when the accl tho graduate college Chase has dent occurred been awarded the Theodore Sanxnyi prize of J50C to be used for grad imte study at some approved Am erican university He is a mathemaj American Legion lield its tics specialist and leads his meeting Tuesday evening and de with a grade point average of 301 cidccl to have a motion picture show I onjy 10 from perfect soon to raise funds lo Give Movie THORNTON Apri AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen If all the men are goiu to kiss all the girls they go with how in the name o common sense arc they goin to find unkissccl ones when they get ready to marry ;