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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY FEB 6 29 SEVEN IHEADOFBIG CHIC AGO FIRM BACKS JOHN L CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 ers of as few as five shares receiving attention The price of Standard Oil of Indiana stock at yesterdays close was a share on the Chicago curb as com1 pared with on Monday when a 60 cent stock dividend the regular cash dividend oC 62H cents and an ex tra cash dividend of 50 cents a share were voted STEWART IN EAST GATHERING PROXIES imaged Father Kills Woman Wounds One Takes His Own Life BALTIMORE Feb 6 tilling one woman stabbing another and an 8 year old girl Prank Pervis 28 leaped to hia death from the sec ond story of his home here pcrvls police said had quarreled with his wife and had chased her and his brotherinlaw from the house pursuing his wife into the nearby store of David Kallchman As he ran thru the store Pervis snatched up a butcher knife with which he attacked lira Kallohman her 8 year old daughter and Mrs Kallchmans mother Mrs Sarah Sil verman Mrs Silverman fifed in a hospital where Mrs Kallchman was said to bo in a serious condition SENATE PASSES NAVY INCREASE BY 6812 VOTE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 j three socalled administration meas ures the other two being Boulder dam and the Kellogg peace treaty Strictly speaking Boulder might not be considered an adminis NEW YOHK Feb 6 Hob ert W Stewart was In the city today directing the campaign on the eastern front in his battleof proxies with John D Rockefeller Jr for control of the Standard Oil company of In diana A spectacular flurry In Indiana oil stock which swept thru the curbmar ket added a display of fireworks but experts said ft was only ths reaction the announcement of a 50 per cont dividend and had no direct con i Action with the Rockefeller fight to revent the reelection of Stewart as rialrman of the board at Whiting fid March 7 Representatives of Mr Rockefeller aid thero was no basis for rumors nf proposed legal action to halt the payment of the stock dividend an tounced Monday and said it had beep xpected because of the prosperous vondUion of the company Hit 108 at Chicago Tho stock wentto a high of 102 on theNew York curb and reached 10S on the Chicago market yesterday the high Chicago figure brot the com pany close to tho billion corporation clays The for the day amounted to IjTlOCAslmres At tho Rockefeller offices it was snid thero hul been no swing of prox ies to Colonel Stewart ns a result of the stock dividend announcement and representatives added that the Rcke Teller proxy committee was iiearlng the 13 iter cent the proxies which tlioy estimate will bo sufficient to control the election Lone Bandit Loots Coach and Escapes Only and Two Watches in N Y Central PIANIST AT PALACE FREED BY OFFICERS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 a penal institution and Instill in him thereby a leellns of revolt against society vvlth probable undesirable re sults to society AH Factors Considered In the instant case all these factors have boon considered and weighed It was and is our judgment that tho young man In question has been suf ficiently punished by the act itself anfl the experiences he has had He is not a criminal at heart The stolen money has been recov ered in lull and we have the feeling that we have preserved for society young man who Is essentially good Were anyone to press charges against him our duty would clearly be to let ihe law take its course The action In this case is not a precedent for other possible cases Cress JMalies Statement A statement from Sheriff G E Cress after tho dismissal was In a telephone communication with the manager of the A H Blank company Des Molnes managers of the theater lie stated that he did not want the youth prosecuted and that he was will ins to take the boy back to work If the charges were tilBmlESea I looked up the boys record and found it clean Considering all those extenuat ing circumstances I telt that there was no case against him and the charges should be dropped Frank Sanford chief of police de clared that he was in sympathy with tho statement made by Judge Forbes Ordinarily police are anxious to prosecute offenders which they catch1 In this case however I believe that nore good can accomplished by giving the boy another chance than y sending him away tratlon measure tho the erection of a dam on tha Colorado river was recom mended by tha president in his mes sage to congress There was no doubt bout tho other two President Cool dgo threw the weight of his support sehlnd the Kellogg peace treaty and aw it ratified by the senate without eservations Ha also wanted the cruiser bill lassert bul his recommendation that he time clause be removed from the bill was defeated and there is a possi bility that he may veto It onthat count Senates Three Big Tasks Boulder dam the Kellogg treaty and the cruiser bill were also the major tasks confronting the senate when tho session began and with these disposed of attention turned today to the Car away bill to regulate the saleof cot ton and grain In future markets The iiouse had the consideration mlscel aneouK bills on its callenflar There was interesting testimony alsd before a subcommittee the senate Indian aflairs committee with Jackson Barnett wealthy Indian In dicating that liis marriage tamo somewhat In the nature of a surprise to him Mrs Barnett heard this but she re fused to waive immunity in order to testify and the hearing has recessed for the time being with Mrs Burnetts attorney likely to be tho next witness Extend Radio Commission Tho Indian affairs committee how ever lind arranged today to go ahead with ItsInquiry Into Imlinn affairs Hearings on the radio bill were end ed yesterday by tho house merchant j narlno committee when that body re orted favorably the measure which j would extend the life oC the radio i commission for a year On the senate side the Interstate commerce committee today had before it a bill almost identical with tlie I measure reported by the house com i mlttee i Representatives of Gen Booth Will Be Heard Next Tuesday LONDON Feb 0 high council of the Salvation army will re sume its consideration of the deposi tion of Gen Bramwoll Booth on next Tuesday when the generals represen tatives aro expected to be heard measI Yesterday the council sent the gen eral an ultimatum setting Friday of this week as the last day on which his case would bo heard but a technical point regarding notification of the generals lawyers caused the further postponement until next week A notification that Tuesday was the latest date on which the council would hear arguments was sent to the general and his lawyers this after noon Meanwhile the council planned a further informal meetng for today to discuss the possibility of the general continuing his fight In the courts to retain his post Dam passengers to have found its mark The exact amount oC loot obtained by tho robber could not be ascertained beve ag after a brief stop the train No 23 continued on Its way from New York to Buffalo It was learned however that he bad obtained at least 510 in cash and two gold watches Posses beaded bir slate city and railroad police were hurriedly formed ANTISMITHS STRONG FACTOR Can Turn State Elections Either Way in Vir gihia LTNCHBURG Va Feb 6 antiSmith democrats who lieJd the balanco of power in Virginia in 1928 wore in a position today to throw their strength to cither the republican or democratic parties in tho state elec tions or to launch a third ticket In calling a atato convention ol antiSmith voters the conference ol antiSmith leaders hero did to not commit itself officially Lo any thing that would prevent entrance into democratic party or alliance with the republican party In fact a resolution adopted urgec all antiSmith voterg to refrain from participating in any primary mass meeting or convention of either party VON HUENEFELD OCEAN AVIATOR DIES IN BERLIN CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 year With Capt Herman Kochl and Maj James Fitzmaurtce of the Saor staft Air corps sharing the controls the three in the plane Bremen from Baldonnnel air field Dublin to Greenley Island Labrador where they waiter two weeks in the Ice and snow to bo taken out Upon arrival in New York they were sivcn a tumultuous ticker apo welcome Wanted to Die iu Action This was repeated when the three returned to Germany and accorded Baron Von Huenefeld oncemore last Vovember when ho returned to Berlin after a transAsiatic flight to Japan Even In youth the baron was sickly ant in his last months the illness Irom which ho suffered Inspired un isuai darine in his flying an expres sion ot his wish that he dla in action than on n sick bed a wish which at last was denied him The polished suavity of his manner won him friends everywhere Death Was Unsuspected Only llerr Deichmann ths barons secretary was with him when he died other friends and relatives having coiv sldered the operation successful1 and left the sanitarium His aged moth er with whom was a hastily summoned Funeral plans awaited ths arrival of hia brother from Munich tonight When Captain Koehl was Informed of his flying partners death he Xvus not particularly surprised I am grieved and shocked he said But I must say candidly it docs not como unexpectedly Back in 192 when we attempted the first time to fly to America Von lluenofeld told us hecould not live more than a year two at ths most During our Ainerl can trip ho often pointed out his syj tern would not be able to withHlaid continually the frequent operations on his stomach to which he had to sub ject himself Northcott Evidence Is Nearly Finished RIVERSIDE Cnl Feb fi Trial of Gordon Stewart Northcott charged with boy murder neared an end today as the youns Canadian acting as ills own attorney planned to wind up his defense with brlet re buttal ovidence Arguments were expected to begin late this afternoon Statea attorneys said they would ask the Heath penalty At times ar that the old timers ontempt for the rising generation is xeartily ller Id Rooms tip With Bath up I if Se I NEW BISMARCK HOTEL CHICAGO RANDOLPH AT UA SALLE MTODERN hotel which ycm enter with expectancy and leave with reluctance Known for good food Fam cms for a third of a century 9 I START SAVING and kuep saving When the new year started just a month ago did you say to yourself Well this year will be different this year I will save And did you stick to youi1 resolu tion Or are the weeks slipping by just as they did before without see ing you any farther ahead finan cially Theres only one way to make your rosy dreams for the future come true start saving and keep saving Make a Savings deposit here today keep your balance growing FIRST NATIONAL BANK MASON CITY Bank for LINDY LEAVES ON LAST LAP CONTINUED FROM PAGE I v n Former Deputy Sheriff Shot by Detective Dies as Result of Wounds DETROIT Feb B former sneolal deputy sheriff shot yesterday by a city detective In an alleged at tempt to extort from JolmTova said the man represented hlmselC as a federal prohibition affcnt dletf early today The victim Bert TOlive was shot by Leo Siveet detective when he re sisted arrest Olive was a special deputy sheriff until Ian 1 Ills commission ex piicd So they want a nama tor the device tlial keeps the new radio from tartinK What about State Journal t Nerve Spells I Bttd Wheelera Nerve VltaUrer wtth great MnuStmie BankkBal tlmora Hd Couldnt deep roora than one or two boars Jnrfnff mpht Haw I cite the whole Might through Fee like a new medtehtel erer toofc fantefmmad 1 have tried most One rood nights rieep wonden for run down people Bnt dont take dope HerveVitatixer a dopeleca au trectmeti t Contains nothing harmful habit forming Sold at drtjz etorea at S140 bottle but if yon tend name and 10 for packing WW Brant CoDept TO AI Won Mich 700 Yill receive Unre umpla bottiefree Try ill of the trip worst stretch between Punta Arenas aiid David Col onel t ZJndbcrgh estimated he could pass over mountains between Ihoee pluces at an altitude of 0000 feet altho aviators usually make 9 000 feet in Hie district Eight countries and political divi sions are connected by the venture vhtch has Involved tnt he threeday trip since the takeoCt Monday morn tig flt Miami Fla stops at Havana Belize British Honduras Tola Honduras Managua Nlcuragua and thoa lying along todays route In Cos a Rica Panama and the canal zone Arrival yesterday at 3 p m p m E E T was somewhat later than iaI been expected a circumstance ex by Colonel as re winds which delayed him between Tegucigalpa Honduras j where he circled over the city and i Managua After circling tlio marine corps andingHeld ones he brot his large amphibian plane to earth An enthusi astic crowd large despite his plans to be considered solely as a commer cial pilot cheered him as American Minister Charles C Eberhardt greet ed him na he stepped from the cock pit of his machine Greeted ly Marines Brig Gen Logan Feiand other ma rine corps officers RearAdmiral David F Sellers and most oC tha American civilians In Managua participated In the welcome Within a few minutes OC his arrival he drove with Mr Eberhardt to the American location where ha took an hours nap later visiting the aviation Held again to inspect hia plane which l stood tho seven hour trip from Belize broken only by the stop at Tela without mishap He took dinner at the legation retir ing early to got a good nights rest hia reciuest banquets and festivities were dispensed with Throat sore take TONSILINE taxMhna will not core corns nor will com relievo eyes Neither can hit or miss remedies recommended 5or the ilia of mankind be depended to correct aoie throat This con dition calls Jor prompt carelul treatment llw only TonstUne lor over 30 years recommended sold and used successtully lor sore throat and nothing else Yourdrug MORE TEETH IN j BLUE SKY LAWS i WILL BE ASKED CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Funds for construction and mainte nance worU would be established along tax levies equitably thruout the state for their maintenance Plan to Increase Mileage Thru efficient administration and the elimination of waste the Bcnato bills plan to increaso the states milej age of first class secondary roads The tax levies are designed to replace hut not increase present assessments for county and township road work The house calendar today included a largo assortment oC bills ot minor nature One by Rop R L Rutlecjge 13 of special Interest to Fort Dodge It permits cities to grant bug Iran chlsea for a 20year period Another bill up for consideration introduced by the same author would permit cities of over 1000 population to levy a 10 lilt tax for tho maintenance of fire departmentsCities under 0000 population could levy four mills for the purposa a d towns two mills A judiciary committee bill to In crease salaries district court judges to a year akj came up for con sideration in tho house but with an amendment to reduce tho salary to a year annexed by the commlt ee on compensation of public officers Tho judges now receive a ear A bill by Representative H R lunt considered would allow special barter cities to levy a consolidated ax for maintenances of local govern ment Clark Rill Up A bill by Senator Clarlc of Cerro ordo county lo legalize tho corporate 1 acts of tho Cerro Gordo Building lany came up for consideration in the louse Representative Francis Johnson of j Dickinson county Introduced a bill I vmendlnp the inheritance tax law y adding certain sections claim njr SO per cent refunds from tlic j loveniment under the federal i estate tax Heretofore the j state has not taken advantage of Its full quota The bill contemplates In crease of revenue from the federn j estate tax allowances amounting to I aboutiJSOOOOO every two years i AFTER INVENTORY CLEANUP SALE Thursday Friday and Saturday 7th 8th and 9tK Below are listed a few items upon which we are overstocked and do not want to carry over This is all good clean merchandise and we are offering them at real bargain prices Don McPeak prop FLOOR WAX 49 Per Ib Interim Group to Meet ST PAUL reb B to dispose of problems of statewide interest memhers ot tlio Minnesota House of Representatives Interim committee on local indebtedness anr taxation will convene tonight for a lengthy session to hear delesates from tho iron mining region in North ern Minnesota To Giro Thornton Play THORNTON Feb 2 people tako part In the play The Light of the World to be siven at tho Methodist church Sun day night The Boy Scouts will tain part in tile Sunday morning servlci nt the M K church will tell you better 3Sc 60c there is nothing Hospital raeSlOO TONSMLINE Investigate Habys Doalli OWN Keli C vestlgatinsr the death of a montl old boy adopted by Mr and Mrs Glenn E Hayes a coroners jury do clned it died from a blod clot on th TOILET BOWL BRUSHES WEAREVER ALUMINUM COOKIE SHEETS 2 Sizes 98C A Eeal Buy each 19 WEAREVER SAUCE PANS HUGE BOULDER KILLS WORKERS Rush of Earth and Rock Crushes Top of Rail way Tunnel j DEVON W Va Feb 6 men were killed near here last night when a huge boulder crashed down a mountainside to the top of a railj road tunnel causing the rooE of tho 1 passascway to collapse i Two bodies wore recovered nnd j workmen wcno digging thru tons of earth today In an etCort to locate the third Tho tunnel fa under construction on tho Norfolk and Western railway nnd ono of tiio men killed was W O Mea sell Norfolk Va a civil engi neer for tho road I Another was Robert Bnssie laborer for the T V Poxloy company of Roanokc Vn contractors driving tho ttmnel Tho nnnio of the third vie1 tim not cslublisbcd j SLEDS If you have been promising the kids a sled now is the time to get it for we will sell them cheap Friday and Saturday POCKET KNIVES Some patterns we are closing out 2 blades stag handle 39 each RIDJID Ironing1 Boards DUSTERS each Ask to see these RURAL Mail Boxes Now is the time to buy a mail Qdc box Otf A 10 in Brace LUNCH PAILS With Pint Vacuum Bottle Each BIG REDUCTION ON ALLICE SKATES A Hand Drill with 4 drills ea See These Items In Our Windows WEAREVER SKILLET OR FRY PAN A Bargain 98c Vapor Cookers is pictured here cook with little or no water 2 sizes and DUST MOPS Chemically Treated 98 BLOCK PLANES A Bargain 69C Big Reduction On All Alarm Clocks See Our Windows EAST STATE ST ;