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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE HOME EDITION HAWKS TIT A 1 IM U ulUJA nu MASON CITY IOWA 10 1929 UNITED PRESS AND HOOVERS HAITI MOVE DUE FOR SENATE DEBATE Borah Calls Conditions in Island Republic Intolerable By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Dec 10 J single phrase in President Hoovers special message to con gress on Haiti seems destined to lead to much inquiry and debate be fore authority is voted the chief ex ecutive to send a special commis sion to the West Indian republic This phrase Our representatives in Haiti have shown great ability and devotion has caught the eyes of several senators who ask wheth er Hoover with these words sets the stamp of his apprpval upon the administration in Haiti Is For Clean Up Chairman Borah of the foreign relations committee who has dis agreed with bath democratic am republican administrations in th matter of armed intervention in LatinAmerican countries adds an other inquiry of why another com mission when there has been on in Haiti for 14 years The Idahoan has stated that ij the president intends to clean up thepresent situation he is ready to help but he is far from the view conditions in Haiti under Am assistance are what they ieiAn ne has pubUcli senators take a jiKe View there is little question now thai congress will vote the author ity and the funds to send acommis sion to include members of the house and senate to the little re to study the situation and make recommendations as to a fu ture policy both before and after the expiration of the 1915 treaty in May 1936 In his message the president said that the American representa tives in Haiti have accomplished signal results in improvement of the material conditions of that peo ple by installing methods of sani tation public schools roads and in troducing diversified farming jid in other ways To Help 20 Years However he views this as aside from the main question that of the future policy of the American gov ernment It is to study affairs on the ground and formulate recom mendations on this question that he wants to send a commission to the Island When the Wilson administration negotiated the treaty under which the United States was to assist the Haitian authorities for 20 years it was assumed that this would be ampletime in which to put the is land government on a sound basis TURN TO PAGE 13 COLUMN 1 IOWA FORECAST Probably rain in south and rain or snow In north portion Tuesday night or Wednesday no decided change in tempera ture LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Warmest Monday 30 Coldest in Night 27 At 8 A IM Tuesday 39 Precipitation Seldom have the roads of North j Iowa been in as dangerous condition as at present Two days and nights of misty sleet have put a glare on the surface that makes going faster than 15 or 20 miles an hour a large hazard A motorist took the entire dayMonday in coming up from Des Moines a trip that ordinarily Will Rogers Says BEVERLY HILLS vDec Say did you know that an old country boy from just 28 miles from Clare more Okla was secretary of war His name 13 Pat Hurley And he is making good x ight from the jump too He hadn t any mo re than been ap WILL ROGERS one with Haiti Course thats not much of a one but it may lead into something bigger and better Due to Pat we are liable to wake up some day with presi dential timber on our hands right down home He was appointed because he had fought in two wars and six Oklahoma impeach ments He was like Mr Hoover soon to realize that while the democrats were always right they were seldom president so he relinquished his social stand ing and joined the great unwash ed majority Yours for the home town boys WILL ROGERS SENATES LOBBY Pennsylvanian Sure He Could Influence Action WASHINGTON Dec io lobby committee reported to the senate today that the infer ence is irresistible that the service rendered by Joseph R Gruncly Pennsylvania in raising republican campaignfunds led to the belief by Grundy and those associated with him that he would be able to influence the action of his party associates in congress Asked Raises In 42 Commodities Tho the result is not to be attri buted wholly to him the report idded those who contributed at his nstance to the campaign could have some idea of the value of his services in connection with the tar ff from the fact that iii 65 of the eadtng industries of Pennsylvania the pending tariff bill recommends raises in 42 This it said signified added po its to the Manufacturers of the state if the rates became effective of aa computed by an expert of the department of commerce Grundy is president of the Pcnn ylvania Manufacturers association By the pyramiding process the eport continued it is estimated nat the additional cgst to the con umer will be very much more luan hat stupendous sum well informed xperts insisting it will reach double that amount Collected Sum of 5700000 The report said Grundy as a member of the ways and means committee of the republican nation il committee for Pennsylvania TUJtN TO PAGE 13 COLUMN 3 SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JsfQ gg SCHEDULES Mines MARINES MOBILIZE FOR HAITI NMU WORKERS ASK OUSTER OF IVAL LOWDEN IS STILL FOR FEE IDEA Farm Bureau Members Hear Former Illinois Gover nor at Chicago CHICAGO Dec 10 Gov Frank O Lowden of Former Illinois Supreme Court Will Sanction TonMile Tax on Iowa Carriers 10 public WASHINGTON Dec The Iowa ton mile tax on carriers operating on regular routes between fixed termini will receive the sanction of the United States supreme court it was intimated during a hearing yesterday Thecourt after hearing the today his belief in the jicmmg tue principle of the equalization fee inm of CasPer Schenk counsel for the Iowa Motor Vehicle association in support of the measure informed Maxwell OBrien representing thej STORM DEATHS ARE PUT AT 163 Scores of Ships Wrecked in Furious Gale Thruout Britain LONDON Dec 10 ueaths in the terrific storm whic Only Few Score of 3400 Men Report for Duty at Kincaid 111 Dec 10 chine guns with national guards men at the sights today command ed the approaches to the four Pea body Coal company mines where National Miners union members are on strike The mines Nos 7 S 0 and 58 which ordinarily employ 3400 men had only a few score report for work today and W C Argust gen eral superintendent said it was doubtful if any of the mines would operate 50 Guards at Kach Mine Fifty state militiamen were on duly at each mine They patrolled the properties challenging each person who sought to enter and per mitting to pass only thosefew who came to work The roads leading to the mines were filled with pickets of the N M U Automobiles bringing other miners to work werestopped In many cases the machines were forced to one ide and halted Oth ersTwere compelled to 1urn around and return to Tayldrvllle where many of theminers live There were no displays of vio lenceduring the first few hours of the morning altho the pickets were in large numbers and permitted none to pass Hundreds of miners congregated at the mine entrances but there was no concentrated at tempt to override the pickets Issues Ultimatum Freemau P Thompson of Spring field spokesman for the N M U stated the strike would not be called off until the N M U demands had een met by the operators and The Jnited Mine Workers of America thrown in the ash can The state troops made no at empt to interfere with the picket i ing centering their efforts on de fense of company property There Brooldiart ASKS Out Against OPEN DATES AT GovHammil WASHINGTON Dec tor Brookhart today virtually con firmed reports that he would throw his influence against Governor Hammill in the latters race for the senate Reports have been coming here Senator Brookhart said in reply to questions that Governor Hammill has worked out an agreement with Smith and McFarland for the ticket next year with Smith running for governor and McFarland for lieu tenant governor Under this arrangement next year Smith would be pushed into the race against me for the senate and McFarland would go up to the governorship both with Hammills support If such an arrangement has been made you can see for your self what the result would be so far as I am concerned CHIANG FORCED TO RESIGN HIS RULE IN CHINA Opposition in People Party to Establish New President By Y E Associated Press Staff Writer SAN FRANCISCO Dec 10 UPi The Chinese Nationalist Daily Chinese language newspaper here told the Associated Press today it had been informed reliably that President Chiang KaiShek of China had not only been ousted but that the left wing of the Kuominating had demanded that his entire organ ization be removed and the widely known revolutionary Wang Chao Hing be made chief executive tn the prince of peace in the far east ern republic The information tlie newspaper said came in semiofficial press dis patches from Kuomintang pen pies party leaders in Canton and ne disposition or crop surpluses Departing momentarily from 1 repared speech at the American Tarm Bureau Federation convention he agricultural leader urged farm ers to join cooperative associations and support the federal farm board ut inserted a word in behalf of the ee plan abandoned last year by the Bureau after long advocacy Speaking of the problem of farm urpluses Lowden told the conven ion Some of us have sought a device o overcome this weakness It has seemed to us that where a sub stantial majority ot the producers of any commodity which coopera tively handle that commodity and I thereby incur an expense for the benefit of the whole all producers of that commodity should share equally in such expense Nevertheless he said the farm era owe it to the federal farm board to lend it support But it the future shows the need for a distribution of the expense among the beneficiaries he said We shall keep on striving until we procure adoption of such a plan Lowden also attacked what he mwini W 11HJ1I has battered Great Britain and the continental coast for the past week today reached 163 most of them at Iowa board of railroad commission The heaviest losses were in iho ers that it would not be necessary watels a to hear his oral argument where at This practice of the court has in the jpast meant an early opinion and cxpected the tho motor vehicles companies will be dismissed on the strength of similar decisions regarding a similar Cali fornia law waters around the British Isles where at least 69 vessels were wrecked or badly damaged i Partial reports Labluated in Pails showed that 52 lives had been lost on the French coast or inland while at least a half dozen steamers and fishing vessels foundered or were badly damaged were no indications that any hostile display was contemplated against the properties themselves the pres ent purpose of the N M U appar ently being to attract members of the U M W to their ranks MAY IDENTIFY can be made in four hours or less The temperature has hovered just below the melting point and the wind has been out of the south Sleet conditions continued Tuesday Flyer Died of Effects of Fumes While Heating Oil WATERLOO Dec 10 caused by inhaling fumea from a kerosene burner used to warm crank case oil before taking off was responsible for the airplane crash near Randalia in which Pilot Paul Stewart 16 died according to the decision of M F Clark of Des Moines federal Inspector of the aeroautlcg division of tho depart ment of commerce announced today Clark was told the young flyer remained confined under a canvas hood placed over the motor while it was being warmed and expressed belief that the fumes overcame him as he ascended causing him to lose control of the plane called the current impression that the condition the farmer has materially changed for the better j Castle to Be Special MILD HARTMAN TRIAL OPENS Boat Owner Charged With Conspiracy to Injure and Destroy Character SPIRIT LAKE Dec 10 MIlo Hartman today went on trial in district court here on a charge of conspiring to injure and destroy the character business and property of Jasper Alexander and Frank Long Hartman with his father John owns the Eagle boat line operator of the Zipper passenger speedboat which on July 28 collided in Lake iuiy uttlllttgeu I Among the latest vessels to can I Believe Byron Green and for aid was the British steamship Maihar from Philadelphia for Lon don whose rudder was carried away The vessel was navigating with an Improvised rudder and hoped to make port on Thursday The stormy waters had quieted somewhat this afternoon but there were signs of worse to come Englands chief worry was the high water in the Thames and other livers leading to fear of a repeti tion of last years serious floods p i UKODOJI WHB the A Diplomat to b Alexander r J r causing nine persons WASHINGTON Dec 10 President Hoover will send the nom ination of William R Castle assist ant secretary of state to the sen ate shortly to be confirmed as a special to Japan while the London naval limitations confer ence is in progress Thoppinp Days1 Okoboji with the Miss Thriller vned by Alexander and Long lusing nine persons to lose their lives The Hartmans were indicted jointly but Milo was placed on Lriai alone today A jury of six men and six wom en was chosen to hear the evidence D P Cbyle former district judge who with H E Narey and Walter B Bedell is defending Harlman saUl in his opening statement that it was the first time in 23 years I have had the opportunity to make an opening statement before a jury and the first time in my life I have made a statement before a jury of both men and women Hartman attorneys won an acquittal for Harold Yanres pilot of for Textile Murder J T in Tu A V 7 of murtler in connection police chief during tex tile strike disorders here last sum mer C D Saylors an organizer for the international labor defense being sought today A warrant was sent to Charlotte where Saylors was reported to have been living for sev eral weeks Davenport Officers Hunt Des Moines Boy DAVENPORT Dec 10 cal police are searching for George Earl Rohman 17 year old Des Moines youth who was arrested here Dec 5 with Wanye Feesncr when they were found here with a stolon car in their possession Rohmcn V o who was taken back to Des Momes in a recent K B ast i5 ln connection county attorney and Jake j witha burglary reported Hess of Council Bluffs who proseday night He is also wanted in Des Moines for robbery since his release there on bond police were informed cuted Yarnes also were the states attorneys against the Hartmans Gang May Be Titonka Bandits TITONKA Dec have been received by Sheriff L E Hovey at Algrona of four men who are ia jail at Shakopec Minn hekj there as suspects in connection with the bank robbery at Savage Minn Nov 5 This holdup occurred the morning after the Titonka Savings bank was held up by three bandits The photon show some resemblance to the men who visited Titonka Sheriff Hovey In company with William Boyken vice president and Henry O Bruns bookkeeper of I he Titonka Savings hank and William F Bait local barber will leave the men could be identified as the Titonka bank robbers four men gave their names as Byron Green Waiter Williamson John Morrow and Edward J Dec in which the men were contained guns ammuni tion and safe cracking devices Kesignntion Demanded The Nationalist Daily the chuf organ in America of the radical tion of the Kuomintang said the resignation of Chiang KaiShek who led the nationalist armies tu victory and virtually united Chiiui for the first time since the Manchu clynaty abdicated had been ae manded by the majority of tha Kuomintang political organization in Nanking and that he had compile Altho the reported resignation tit Chiang lacked verification thru fot TUKN TO PACK 13 COLUMN 2 What the New York Stock ex change needs is a greeter who will adopt Texas Guinans cry Hello Moines TrlbuneCan Hal CONTEST CLOSES AT IMIDNIGHT The GlobeGazettes Santa Clans puzzle contest closes at midnight Tuesday night AH solu tions that arc not brot to the of fice bfiforn if closes this evening or fail to bear a postmark of Dec 10 if mailed will be dis qualified KILLING BARES SECRET LOVES Rockford Teacher Appears lo Have Been No Matter of Fact School Marm nOCKFORD III Dec 30 In search of a motive for the slay ing of Miss Cordelia Gummersheim er school teacher found beaten loi death in her apartment Sunday aui thorities today were confronted wilh conflicting details picturing the woman at once as a matter of fact school marm and a svoman of se cret loves As her friends in Rockford knew her Miss Gummcrsheimcr was a teacher devoted to her work head of the foreign language department at Rockford high school a woman who taught both clay and night and whose inversion consisted mainly of an occasional evening at bridge with women friends To the authorities the teacher presented another plclurera wom an admired by two men neither of whom knew of the other and each of whom protested his love for her in frequent letters found carefully kept in her apartment I While an eccentric dentist Dr I Floyd Leach was still in custody be cause he had been seen in the neigh borhood of the teachers home thn night she was killed authorities said they had no evidence to link him with Ihn crime One of the teachers correspond ents Glen Wiseman is in Tarpon Springs Fla and the other Roy Scribncr in New York SOLDIER FIELD Thirty Contests Tenta tively Arranged in Six Sports BULLETIN CHICAGO Dec 10 South Park officials have re ceived a letter from E H Lauer director of athletics at the University of Iowa request ing the list of open dates for Soldier field during the 1030 football season No opponent was mentioned There are nt least four open dates fOWA CITY Dec 10 versity of Iowa coaches today sought to finishlae task of drawing up athletic schedules in nine sports Thirty contests had been arranged tentatively by Hawkeyo mentors in six sports Some of the datea werp fairly definite while some were promises from various schools Dave Armbruster swimming oach revealed he tentatively had arranged a dual meet with the Uni versity of Wisconsin for Dec 20 just 10 days before the Big Ten con ference is slated to sever athletic relations with Iowa Thruout the talk of schedulemakr ing the names of Nebraska ami Notre Dame appeared repeatedly1 Almost in every sport thosescndoVi either had promised to meet trie vw Football Attracts Interest While the most Immediate neces sity was the arrangingof a basket ball slate the drawing iip of the Football card held the most interest Burton Ingwersen gridiron tutor said he had virtually clinched con with Perm State Nebraska and Marquette for successive Saturdays next November The Marquette would be played at Mllwau tee Nov S while the other two vould be played here Penn Slate nvaduig the Hawkeye stronghold Nov 15 and Nebraska following a veek later That Ingwersen intended to make uod his statement to the ody Sunday that Iowa should look oward a national football cham nonship next year in lieu of a Bif Ten crown was indicated by other earns which he invited to play the lawkeycs At Head of List Heading the list were Notre 3amc Army Navy Yale Harvard Southern California Borgia Tech Pennsylvania Tulane Jartmouyi Fortlham and New York University Other schools challenged vere Cornell university Missouri Jrake Detroit Washington Jef erson George Washington NorGi Dakota State South Dakota uni versity St Louis university Milli ken and Bradley It was not believed probably Notre Dame could be met next year since the Ramblers have completed a schedule but lowans held out hope that Knute Rockne would save a place on his 1931 card for the Hawkeyes Coach Rollie Williams also hal his basketball schedule in a hope ful condition Besides the four con tests which he arranged months ago with Duqiiesne and Pittsburgh here nnd with Marquette and Notre TURN TO PAGE IS COLUMN I AUNT HET By Robert Quillcn It always takes two days for Amys to make a big show an one to hand back ovcvthing she borrowed ;