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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPEI Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COP ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE HIS POUT FINAL EDITION MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY UNITED 1RKSS AND NKWS HUTILEM BNTAL S NO S8 JOHN PROXY LIST I JOICE SUSPECTS ADMITTED BEING IN BANK AREA Northwood Sheriff Still Has No Trace of Fugitives liULLETIX NfHtTinvOOU Jan furttur vliMVK or iniire of r J IeUpstM and livensuii 1 in uoincctimt the robbrry o t hmli at Haftue X Mak hnil hccn Ciui ml today ac rordinr o K Weilnet sher iff NOKTI1WOOD Jan P C Putfijaoii and G corse Kvenson loivo by A II Fischer slier Iff nt 1 inIon N Dal in connection with the Lurrcney robbery of a at lliijjuc N Luk on Nov 11 nnl who are still it liberty admitted hnvhjfr bon Jit Wllemtale east of a few hours after the holdup lucurdins to A K Wcicnmli Worth oinly sheriff Peterson csirapod from the jail hore Wednesday niyit while nclt for North Dakota officials and 1 Llison his liberty from tiit aine jail just 110 iniinnes before a from North Mlota ar riiiHl OH Jan 11 i Klein that both be and IcLcrtion be Jiuld fur the 1inlon Upon rojoipl of tlin tckirrnin Slmr iiC WeiciLlh iiiLiiiixliatcly went to Joins where lie took Peterson into Kvensoit having made his iiflrv seeing the sheriff aptenr jn town The arrested man Hirned un extradition waiver Tuesday cc svkwlal dSpatth to the Glolje OiiKetto citing oC tliu JTuguc robluVy the KininoiiH JCecord wueltly newspaper published at Liiton says it part Two men resembling Mull and Jeff entered Ibe First State Imnk at liagiiti in a quiet wort of way on Nov 22 and ordered CaaViter J J Jaeger and Bookkeeper Ruth Hoy to stick em up which they did After Inking currency from the money drawer In a nervous way the robbers ordered the two into the vault One of the men closed the vault door but failed lo lock it In two minutes they were gone TUKN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 3 Striking Chicago Milkmen Appeal to Hoover NEXT PRESIDENT ASKED TO HELP IN PRICE WAR Dairymen Say Aid Would Be In Line With Hoover Policy Joe Lcc who MHS slmt as lie was tryinc 1 gum rntrancc to the home of airs Carson Thursday adenioon Tliis picture wns procured from tlio iiTcutirka lion riles at tho sheriffs oflieo ticrc fllrs llnvis is tichl in jail LEE GIVES VERSION OF SHOOTING MELEE Injured Negro Claims Mrs Davis Wrote Him MURDER CASE IS DISMISSED Young Boy and Girl Released After Failure of State to Get Evidence BIRMINGHAM Ala Tan 19 Charges of mtinlcr aguinst Ella Bat icn 10 and Otis Patterson IT in conncclon with the death on Inn 4 or Kills Dement dismissed late yesterday by Jndgo W L Acutf In Leeds inferior court the judge hold Inff that Insufficient evidence presented Tho defendants wore released Dement was shot and killed by a bullet from a 22 calibre rifle IOWA FORECAST Pnrlly clnudy Snlunlay night mill Sundiy no decided cltango lit leiniierirturc LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGnzetto weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Highest Friday 22 Ahovo In Night fl Beloiv At 8 A M Saturday l Uelow After two nighls on whicli the min iTiium Icmpcraturo did not go as low nn zero cold weather returned to North Iowa Friday night nnd llm 111 i n 3111 u ni I f e grecs bcl o w It was cloudy Saturday morning ancl In midforcnoou small f la Ices of iveic drifting down Letter JOIi LEE Negro who is said to have been shot by Mrs Carson Davis while attempting to enter her home ot 1517 North Quincy avenue Thurs day afternoon was reported to be somewhat improved by doctors at the Park hospital Saturday morning Mrs Duvia is being held In the county jail without charge ponding the out come of Trees condition County At torney Koo Thompson stated In a statement taken by the county attorney and a police istenosrapler from Lnc as ho lay fn Iho hospital Leo Htaled that ho hut rcectvcd In nil six letters from Mrn Bivjg during tho time he had Client In MiUvatikcc Ho had jone lo Mihvriukee after his relcaao front jail where he spout nine months for JIM alleged knife attack on Mrs more Ihnn a year ago Received IjcUor He received 11 letter Jan Ill this year whleh it not signed was thot to hnve boon written by Mrfl Davis Jle thot that Da via requesting him to return to Ma son City ho said Going on witli his story he said I that he arrived here about 7 n m Thursday and went Immediately to Mrs Davis1 home Her son Timothy would not let him in and told hifti thnt his mother wo not home He tlien went down lo South Jacluon avenue to the home o Mra Mary Olcla who srild she had seen Mrs Davis leave tha homo oC Claude Stal llna In a taxi a short time before Mrs Davii in her story said she and sot the shotgun from Ejtallins that amo Going back to the Davis home Lee found Mrs Davis home nnd asked her thru tho locked front door If sho had written the letter She de clared she Imd not and asked to seo Jan 19 Tlie heel of striking dairymen today prrsscd more firmly on the source ot Chicagos milk supply Strikers ot three states seeking J2S5 a hundrcdweisit Instead ot tlio Chicago distributors are paying have asked PresidentElect Hoover to take a hand In the situation In line with your policy of immcd iJKe relief for farmers said a wire to Hoover by W C McQueen presl 1 dent oC the Ture Milk association I our organization composed of dairy I men supplying Chicago with pure I milk requests aid in this fight Cor a j complete settlement of the marketing situation thru arbitration SI ill Gciiinp Supplj Theassociation aTso lias brot the t matter to the notice of federal authori I ties at Washington Chicago milk distribution continues nt near normaj tho distributors have been obliged to so to a considerable distance into Wisconsin Illinois and Indiana for some or their supply Destruction of milk continued yes terday as picltcts of strikers guarded rccciviitg stations oC the Bordcn and Sowraati dairjr companies whUp pplicc PatroJcd highways to prevent a reoc currence oC violence which resulted in one kidnapingand the dumping in thousands of pounds of milk The Northern Indiana Dairymens Association last night voted to join tho striking Illinois and Wisconsin Producers The Indiana association controls about 525000 pounds of milk dairy fourfifths ot which comes to Chicago Kidnap Dairy Truck Driver A band of 100 farmers carrying weapons kidnaped Frank Jancik Model Dairy company truck driver near Zurich 111 last night dumped nGOO pounds oC milk and then re leased Mm after the company agreed to pay tho increased price of other dairy companies trucks were dumped by strikers who now aro directing their efforts nsainst company vehicles instead of nonstrik ers conveying their milk to receiving Miami Dresses Up in Preparation for the Hoovers stations Hix receivingstations In Illinois and Wisconsin have leen closed TURN TO PAGE COLUMN 6 FRANKLIN MAN KILLS HIMSELF Ted Newton Lee Township Found Dead in Bed by Neighbors HAMPTON Jan Ted Xewlon ago about 50 a resident of Leo lown ahip found dead Thursday after noon by neighbors The man had evidently shot himself and crawled Into bed where ha was found The last time he Waa seen by Mr lived Will Rogers Says XISW YORK Ian Say Al Smith landed a job In n bank here ycstcrclny anil leaves on his LEtm to Florida Sunday Mr Hoover has conferred with about everybody there is in re parri to work htil Pnndino a n 1 PeKtcy Joyce He for Flor ida Monday la ttvuv straws Tor H California cant land Mr CooJidgo after xvhy we will just have to console ourselves Ben Tunin WJLL ROGERS Ainiee and Yours BANKEROWNING 32000 SHARES BACKS NY MAN Stewart Doubts Elder Rockefellers Aid I to Son NE In YORK lan J9 K i tho 1flttlft for control of tbt Standard Oil cumpiny of ImliaiiH wan En an in tensive ttxiay Afier Mic arrival from uE Col Ixub ore Stewart whom John U Kodn i Toller Jr wtiKi to oust as uhairmti of the Ixtartl there cnm from the oekefeller offices word that proxies tad hcn received from ISOOO or company 5 iSOOO stuck holders Ani i Sun Fri nt is tro P O ian n i n I Banker antiounced that Eloukcfcllpr havo tho votes nf the shares lieUl by his company The ritxrkcfeller nTficcs liscksrfl ilesiro to licet tlie contest cm n hich plfino Minim Fla is 1cckin KseU with flajors and palm froiKls In boiwr rf Presidentelect Herbert Hoover ivlio visits here for a sixweek vacation prior to his inauguration An aerial convoy of nil Hie tilnncs in Miami will fly hi bzrttta forniiition over ilio Hoover parly as it crosses tlio causeway to tlio estate of 1 C Pcnncv on Hello Isle wlierc tlie Hoovers will stay Above Flakier street Miamis main luRluvay ilressert for tlionccasiim STORM DEATHS House VotesjHOQVERTALKS GROW TO TEN Impeachment Many Injured Property Loss Of J O Jill S1011 Is High in Tornado Final Action Must Await THRILL SLAYER MUST DIE FOR STORE MURDER Hitting 5 States CHICAGO Jan 13 rfenths today uiarked the trail oC vintsLy worst storm us it swept violently across tlie midwest yesterday A drop in temperature accompanied the freakish wcallicr with raiu anil snow added to tno misery In stricken areas where homes and build ings were demolishedSections of Missouri Mississippi Illinois Indiana Kentucky amj Ohio Incurred the wrath of the illtempered elements driven by a strong wind In Kentucky twp were killed A farmer C G Klosso oC near George town was crushed to ticatli when his barn collapsed and another was xweiiL into the Ohio A In Mln field Ohio Sirs Albert Slomlt was eldclrocutcil when tho storm blew a high tension wire arrows a telephone lino over which slm was talking A landed from office Verdict of Senate on Monday OKLAHOMA CIIT Jan Goi Henry s Johnston today awaited action of the state senate on five charges of impeachment voted against him by members o the state Icgijn turn in a night session that until early toilaj anrt climaxed a hec tic week or political battling Five additional brot before the house of representatives by its invostifirafllne committee remain to he acted upon when the house recon venes at p in Monday Tho senate the constituted court of impeachment likewise was in adjourn ment today unlil Monday afternoon making Impossible before tlicn action on the hoursc committees rernust that Governor Johnston be Smcclintely MIS O third victim In Missouri was adrleO to day with the ilcatli of Mrs Brown fatally injured In a collapse of her home Communication with the stricken areas paralyzed ycsioidny had been i restored today was not married and Newton alone Sheriff Leo McNamco and County Coroner Dr n Arthur were called and tho body was brot to Ihimplon An Inquest was held 1riday after noon and it was found that Ibo man ihad committed suicide Booths Court Plea Is Blamed for Haines Death Injunction Order Is Thot to Have Brot End to Com missioner LONDON Jan in that the courta would find hat General Uranuvell Booth has no legal grounds to prevent his being ouslccl from com mand of tho SjilvfitloTi Army was held toilay in reform circles Lawycra oc he army under stood to have assured lie reform imrty In tho high council that they hail nolh ins to fear frnm the surprise injunc tion sprung by ihn general ns Ihe council met o rhoose hlr successor They were confident that tho Chanc ery court would et asfde I ho Injunc tion tlio rase ia called on iMon lpy nnd the council will lin left free to proceed election oC a new general on Tuesday Salvation Army circles stricken over the death of Commis sioner Haines vice president of lie Rouncil reeling that It was dirceily caused by word of tho Injunction He had Just finished a speech on tho op pression of the present system of the army during which ho had hecn fre Tuently annoyed hy Interruptions from Calhcrino anil Mary Uooth daughl ra ofthe general lio do II he evclairmii when tola of Ihe injunction tie shud dered and dropped dead FIREMAN DIES IN TRAIN WRECK Uaacil m Certificates Tho articles of impeachment voted hy tho liouso are based on lhu Issu ance of deficiency certificates to the state banking department and tin stale issues commission where no ap propriations were made hy the lasl legislature and upon the allcgcil diver jsion and misappniprlation of funds TO BELGIANS oner i une in Case PresidentElect Delivers Ad of Harsh dress by Transocean W tribute o n ID A and cuuragc i paid lo Buck ldriJie special nsont Groat vr for the governor AH carry the charge that the Kovcr waa and Is guilty of wilful neglect of duty malfeasance incompotcncy conniption in office of tho Belgian people in Die World ivnr was aid toilny hy I elect Hoover in an nrtdiesK wlilch ivis cnrricd ncrosK ihc OLCIH iy long dis tance telephone Sittingnt liis desk at his tempo rary heaririuarlcrs horo Hoover spoke to an audience gathered in the pub lic square at at a celebra tion in honor oC Ibc election of the former clutlnnan of Hits coinniissCon for iho rellof of ilJclghtm o the reH idency of tlie Tlnitcd Hlalos Tlio address was i n nispouso to tlioso delivered tjy Klnj Aldcrf and Kinile Pratiquj who was asfiinJitPtl Hoover in lie gin n relief during he t MJL occupatiuu triad of Opimrfiimlv t optjori unity cxtentl my gvct1 to inuv iiiriifsl Irs arid to my many old frijn3j tf ICtleC in 1 Eolgiutji Joovor linirt I tould nit loin in this ncranion without a fluuij of inoiiHiits of ihc years of our i tsofid Linn LT hi AP George Harsli Oglethorpe uni versity student and scion of i wealthy Milwaukee family was convicted by a superior court jury here today ot murder The verdict carries the death penalty He eonfpssci fatally shooting WHIdvrt Smith young drug store man iser when he attempted to hold up IJio sluro 011 tho uiglit of Oct 36 fur a thrill Counsel for Harsh snuKhl to prove Iliii a nuinhrr of alienists hat ho was menially 1111 morally ivrcsimn fiillo hoenuse of nn inferior and n shut in porMiiuilily which rendered him unable to roHUil im o jury delilierated less tlinn an sthat i MORGAN YOUNG TO SEE HOWARD Part nf Canadian involving moral tinpi run Ul Vdnaaian CXpreSS uIc committed by him whilo In of Leaves Rails After ficncontraiv constitution and wj r I laivs of tho state of Oklahoma Milting WashOUt Tlio qucston Involving tho einploy HAMITTON On Jan 19 mcnt Sldridge drew Iho bitterest flro in debate as the session to a closo at a m today This article charjied thU tlio governor hnd Kldridpo a position of profit in payment of and compensation for per sonnI and political debts and obliga tionsby naming him as special In vcwtlgatoiand having put him on the Payroll ot the state bureau ot Idcnli IicalJon and investigation jovcrnur Makes Cliargcs Tldridgo waw proprietor of the Tel low Dog saloon at Pciry the gover nors home town in territorial days Governor Johnston who has defend ed his employment of Eldridge last night charged housn membera with Insincerity in voting tlio charges linn Xot one of them thinks T am fruilly he said Some inert voted for the articles who j better That irav ho the way to play j politics hut it is a tyie of politics with uhlch T Ixcomc fa i mlliar and do not Intend to learn He declared ho would not roufcn from office and sail ho had not express train on ho Toronto Hamil ton and Buffalo railroad wns wrecked last night when It ran into a washout ou a mountainside near here The fireman wns killed and the engineer antl a score of paysongern injured Tho track weakened by heavy rains save way under the locomotive which plungeil clown a 10foot embankment Tlio uaKstrifTc car slid part way down the hank anrt tlie smokinpr cm immed iately behind it fell on its side Sev eral pulImans remained on the rails Rescuers found the body uMhe fire man Mark L Kicker oC Hamilton under the engine Patrlci G Jh the engineer was tho most injured suffering fractures of both and severe sealdn Most of tho Injured paysengcvs wero in tho Minok ins car They suffered bruises and from Hlcam escaping from brok en hcniin pipes WEATHER NEXT WEEK formed any plan conticit For tho upper XHsxisslppi and low er Missouri valleys and the north anrt central great plains Not much precipitation In south Irvinclon Boy Hclier portion but two or three periods In TItVl Ian 10 north portion during wcrfc year old son ofMr and Mrs lirl changes In temperature mostly near Miller is attending school again nftT normal in portion nwl tirar or ahscnop of several days ns the rc liKhtly below normal in north portion Unit of an accident lie had while ocut moot week lug recaiislriiciun from Hie war cnvelojic tunattention I3ut nothing dims the radiance of Belgian sacrifice and conrajje There are none who do not pay homage to its Imperishable chapter of patriotism and sacrifice The very minor paragraph which In history will lw allotted to tho relict organization will be a chapter In proof of Ihe altruism ot Ilio tens of VOluil ts nd thousands of TielKJnns teered lo carry the burden of nilniatnillnn over four lone service whcro men and wiimcn Kayo a devotion iti nllevlallon of suffering secontl only to the Isinn of those of Ihe supremo siTvicc of war It is tlie acts ot service or sacri TURN TO 11 COLUMN 6 Ambassador Is to Confer With U S Rep arations Members VOW Jan ID received the acceptances of l Morgan and Owen Young to servo as unofficial American observers to I lie reparations conference Sir Ksmo Howard Ilritisii ambassador was here tudny to gonler tliem Sir Ksrnc upon arrival in New snid do obtained the acceptances If Mr Morgan anil Air Vnililg hitclf plume before leaving and had already cnMcii nc abroad I Denies 1urposR of Trip Stewart denied ho had invadeil the Rockefeller stronghold in finest ot proxies to be voted at annual meeting oC tho company March 17 Me said his trip from Chicago was in tho interest of internal affairs of thr company from Ormond Beach Fla a spokpi maii for John Kocltefeller sent word that the clrtev Rockefeller had no comment to make on that he had lirot his influence to bear in behalf of his son Stewart sniii he would not that the elder Rockefeller would tnkn sides against him until ho had posltlVA proof the herd ttiat itwiia hlo fttxSkenier Sr should nob be In accord with his son Stewart radiated an air of optimism uul fcaid he had the full support of he board ot directors and the organ zUion of the company lie said hn vould indulge in no hand wapon nlk and pointed out that proxies could be revoked Tiuhl mi High Ilanc Rockefellers desire to keep the con lot vn a high piano was referred ii in correspondence with an unnamed stockholder made public by the Rocke feller offices Tho stockholder Inquired whether Rockefeller had any information or any opinion that Col Stewart had originally intended the bonds lie bad in his possession for his own personal uso In iii answer writlen by Thomas M onr f tinlOekcfollcrs ns It I hat lionds to tho Htockhohler re ferred wero thn Continental Trading bonds cnncorning which Slcwarl was called before tho comntltlco In testify in live Teapot H wns liccause this testimony din pleased Knckcfeller that he asled Stewart o recisn hip chairmn nsiiip which wnn refused and whih o the present Kittle Soon Fall ndievoisn old llm xtockholden that TCnckcfcllcr hnd no information concerning StcwartVi intention to keep Uie ami declined to express nny opinion 1C Mr Rockefeller started sucli cnmmentfl Pelwvoise wrolw his contest with Colonel Stewart would rapidly fall from tha high or wlilih lie thinks it should he kept Hi thinks Ihe eonfiilencps ot tlie puS llo In tho Standard Oil fomimny ot Tinlinni lias been serinnply linpnlritd mil thai it cinnot lxrestored vllh out a rhinirp in leaderchip fellcr Is nhrnai 1 fowever Jijhn asks a tax on near hcer he hasnt tlie lerve 1o nsk a tav ou ixnipe lip Triliime Indirect Filibuster Move Threatening Cruiser Bill Senate Is Far Behind on Itsf Legislative Pro j gram lledly coult sidentNiect Hi SfflVGTGN Jan C cPlMcn ito arr lo wun fciretaining dcfcnto dcr ll llic time IUIIIL IyiUiumeil is iinL nn niliicil filibilstrr it Jfist lip cruis er Mil Fnr iHMiiiKl the rcpular srluihilc in disposition of tbo necessary liou MILs tlie is lo livu a crowdPd calendar illlio it orily Oic ono major piocc of ion the bill till pending A iilibiistir aln Illnifr Itts fiiT nrr six rliff inl iinff of tbc in i 11oril UMI oriloi rinlv the turllcs of Nil Siillt f a tc scl asicln hy j liso sonal foiionsilfratimi of t H iiiitiiniiiini of Ftny i of i In1 to Vi snvctmy oC ilir inlerior TUCJN rOlAOli I COLUMN 1 i AUNT HET RjRobert Quillen It iin I swcoL iiiiliiro thai kuops KmniiiIrcni savin eally tilings Slu inst tliinks shes so Iciohin slie dont ncud Lu ln jealous of riolioilv ;