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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa NOVEMBER 4 Virginia to Offer Big Election Fight CONTINUED JROM PAGE 1 whichstands Governor Harry Flood Byrd Outside of Virginia Kentucky was the only other statewide election of popular interest The republicans seek to make their control of the f complete by gaining a I majority legislature The en tiremembership of the house and 8J 20 members of the senate are to be F elected ft Negro Candidate The congressional election to be held in the twentyfirst New York district to fill a vacancy caused by death brings forth another Negro seeking a place in the national house of representatives He Is Hubert T Del any running on the republican ticket in a normally democratic dis trict Contests in New York City Bos ton and Detroit furnish the high lights in the mayoralty races To Elect Mayor NEW YORK Nov 4 metropolis will elect a mayor aud numerous lesser municipal offices tomorrow John F Curry Tammany leaaer m charge of Mayor James J KValkers campaign for reelection claimed today that his candidate would win by aplurality of more than 500000 Fiorello H La Guardia running on a fusion republican ticket for mayor predicted his election by JOOOOONo figures were given out for Richard E Enright formerly policecommissioner in a Tammany administration and maroralty can didate of the Square Deal partv or for Norman Thomas socialist candidate A large vote for Thomas was predicted by political observ ers Lay It to Kothstcin Case Enright and La Guardia both made the unsolved slaying of Ar nold Rothstein Broadway gambler the basis for campaignattacks on Tammany and the city administra tion They charged that politicians who were in debt to Rothstein had prevented active prosecution of the case Rothstein was fatally shot in the Park Central hotel a year ago Former Governor Alfred E Smith took the stump for mayor Walker during the last two weeks The mayor asked reelection on the rec ord made during his four year term which ends Dec 31 He defended his administration against charges of waste of city funds and also re plied to uemarks of opponents about his clothes which have givenhim the reputation of being the best dressed mayor in the country Vote on Bond Issues CHICAGO Nov 4 will be held in Chicago tomorrow without any of the i ual precau tiona of armed guards and civilian marked most of i the balloting ia recent year Twentytwo judges are to be chosen and 11 bond issues and other prop ositions are to be voted upon For the first time in nine years voters at i judicial election will he given the chance of expressing a choice Since 1920 the democrats E id joined to nom inate only as many candidates us there were places to be filled This year there is a complete democratic ticket five republican candidates and 12 others running under the ballot heading peoples ticket against coalition Three of the bond issues are of major interest as traffic measures One calls for an extensive system o highway grade separations in Cook county a second would authorize extension of the other drive in Lincoln park and the third is for the proposed su perhighway and elevated thorofara connecting the west side with down town Chicago Tom Mix to Be in Real Court Drama LOS ANGELES Nov 4 UB Tom Mix cowboy film actor was to make three personal appearances in federal court today to enter pleas to indictments charging him with defrauding the government in con nection with his income tax returns He is alleged to have made illegnl deductions totaling approximately for 19251926 and 1927 Mix alone is named in one indict ment while in another he is named on conspiracy charges with Mar jorie Berger Hollywood tax coun sellor on trial for allegedly making out fradulent returns for film stars and Eugene J Forde the actors brotherinlaw In the third indict charging conspiracy Mix is named with Miss Berger and his former publicity agent John D Hill The case in which Miss Berger is on trial involving the 392G in come tax return of Dorothy Mac kaill motion picture player is RX pected to reach the jury Wednesday Services Are Held for Aged Lake Mills Woman LAKE MILLS Nov services were held here yesterday for Mrs L O Dahlen pioneer set tler of Winnebago county who dieJ at her home here following a par alytic stroke Three children survive Oscar Jo sephine and Martha besides 12 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren She leaves two DrO thers John and Lars of Lodi Wis The funeral was held at the Sa lem Lutheran church with the Rev O R Sletten in charge Burial was made at the Lutheran cemetery Stocks Rally After Opening CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 North American company Western Union Air reduction Canadian Pa cific United Fruit American ana Foreign Power and American Can sold off to 515 a share before the selling movement was checked in the later afternoon On the late rebound U S Steel common rallied from to American Telephone from to General Motors from to Montgomery Ward from to General Elec tric from to Interna tional Telephone from to and Radio from to Prices break at Opening NEW YORK JSTOV 4 del uge of selling orders greeted the re opening of the stock market after the threeday holiday today Prices broke sharply with most of the leaders losing to a share Several important financial de velopments took place since the clos ing of the exchange last Thursday afternoon First was the reduction from 6 to 5 per cent in the New York Reserve rediscount rate an dthe dropof in brokers loans reported by that bank This was followed on Friday by the big Foshay failure Involving several banks and public utilities in the northwest Saturday the New York stock ex change announced that member loans had dropped 52440559111 in October a record breaking reduc tion Cant Give Openings Because of the tremenWous ac cumulation of orders over the week end the exchange ruled today that no odd lot house would be required to give the opening price on any order which was not delivered at least half an hour before the open ing of the Stock in question and that no specialist would be required to give the opening price on any order that did not reach him at least 15 minutes before the open ing Ordinarily such orders are re ceived up to the opening of trading ORDERS ACCUMULATE NEW YORK Nov 4 huge quantity of orders accumulated since trading was suspended last Thursday on the stock exchange and the curb exchange was in the hands of brokers before the open ing gong today An impressive amount of ttese orders sent from all parts of the world was to buy at the market In dicating a brisk opening There was also a quantity of orders to buy at stipulated prices A considerable selling strength also was repre sented by the orders on hand Have Worked Three Days Brokers and their office forces worked all day yesterday to com plete the task of straightening out their books a task at which they have been engaged night and day for threo days For the first time in the hist iry of the stock exchange specialists were called to duty on the floor of the exchange on Sunday They wore required to be at their posts from 10 oclock a m until 1 oclock p m to mnke adjustments in open trades left uncompleted at the close of the market last Thursday The stcick and bond tickers ran all day to publish notices Wai Street and adjacent thoro farepresented the activity of n week day Brokers offices were open and throngs of clerks and ac countants came and went crowd ing lunch rooms at noon that are ordinarily closed on Sunday Discount Rates Are Down Favorable financial news pra ceded the reopening of trading The rediscount rate of the Federal Re serve bank was down from 6 to 5 per cent and reductions have bean made in the rates of the Bank of England the Reichsbank in Berlin and by Banks of Belgium and Hol land Brokers loans last week were reduced Several large corporations declared extra dividends and statements of lead ing financial experts and govern ment officials agreed that the fun damental business conditions the country were sound i The trend of prices during the last two days of trading before the suspension was upward after the record breaking slump of last woek Lower at Chicago CHICAGO Nov 4 leading issues fell 51 to in the face of heavy volume of selling ord ers at the opening of the Chicago stock exchangetoday During the first 15 minutes 155000 shares changed hands A few issues made gains Middlewest utilities opened at 28 off Auburn Auto at 210 off Zenith Radio at 125 off l GrigsbyGrunow at 31 off 5 and Chicago Corporation Common at 249i off Chicago Corporation preferred opened up 2 to 44 Cities Service was up 1 at 40 and Continental Chicago 2 to 75 The Chicago ex change will be closed tomorrow for the judicial election Bingham Censure Is Voted by Senate CONTINUED FKOM PAGE 1 placing Charles L Eyanson upon the official rolls of the senate and house by Senator Bingham at th time and in the manner set forth in the report of the subcommittee of the committee on the judiciary while not a result of corrupt mo tives on the part of the senator from Connecticut is contrary to good morals and senatorial ethics and tends to bring the senate into dishonor and disrepute and such conduct is hereby condemned Censured Pair in 1902 The lasttime the senate had oc casion to censure any of its mem bership occurred in 1902 when Pitchfork Ben Tillman and John McLaurin the two South Carolin ians engaged in a personal encoun ter on the floor Tillman accused McLaurin of changing his vote on a treaty and McLaurin came back with the re tort that Tillman was a liar The exchanges quickly grew from verbal threats to physical combat Bingham protested tiecause the senate had not excused Eyanson of corrupt motives Mayor of Keosauqua Takes His Own Life KEOSAUQUA Nov 4 Fellows 55 mayor here for the last two years committeed suicide by shooting this morning His body was found in the barn 16ft on hiss home place by Mrs Fellows when she investigated following the find ing of a letter in which he told oC his intention Financial troubles wera blamed morning at Scales Two Already Dead Others May Die CONTINUED FROM PAGE I tow home and telephoned Dr G G Herzog Crawford county health commissioner who agreed to have ail autopsy performed Dr Herzogsaid he was puzzled that the four Reppy children should become violently ill while the Dil low children with whom they had played were unharmed DROWNS CHILDREN DUBUQUE Nov 4 Henry Saam 41 wife of a Scales Mound 111 farmer drowned her two children James 7 months old and Mildred 3 years old in a creek near her home Sunday and then drowned herself while her husband and three children atended church She left a note directing her hus band to the scene Mrs Saam had been in ill health but had not been considered ment ally unbalanced A verdict of suicide was returned by the coroners jury Saam said today that his wife had acted rather peculiarly for the last several days but that he had be lieved this was due to the illness from which she had been suffering for several months Had Started to Churoli Funeral services for tha mother and her two babies will be held Wednesday Mound Saam said he asked his wife to go with him and the older boy and girl to church yesterday but that sha complained a severe headache When hey came home the father said she was missing and he sent to a neighbors she was the Tif8 gne thc other chjW the note Saam and the child immediatclv went to the place indicated and fnUnH th6three bodies lvinS close together m a pool of water about three feet deep Turn Tariff Course Over to Coalition WASHINGTON Nov 4 The senates democraticindependent republican coalition today was given a free hand with the tariff bill by administration leaders as a last hope of reaching a final vote on the measure without encroaching mate rially upon the time of the regular session to convene four weeks j hence Pacing a task of admitted diffi culty coalition leaders were never theless confident that this objec tive would be attained and that the result of the new arrangement would be in the words of Harrison of Mississippi a democrat a bet ter than that passed by thc house and a far better bill than that recommended by the senate fi nance committee The leaders of the administration group which has been defeated re peatedly by the coalition reached a decision to let the alliance have its way with the bill after many efforts to expedite action had failed and President Hoover had called for en actment of the measure before the close of the secial session They are hopeful not only of obtaining an early result but also that provisions which they might consider objec tionable may be eliminated in the necessary conferences with repre sentatives of the house Borah of Idaho a spokesman for the independent republicans again exoressed his confidence that the bill crtn be disposed of before the close of the extraordinary session He said that there was evident in the senate a manifest disposition to get it out of the way New Deputy Treasurer Begins Work in Hancock GARNER Nov Lucile Zeismer begins work today in the office of the county treasurer She takes the place of Mrs John Prit chard who resigned to become mar ried Miss Zeismer gives up her job of bookkeeping in the Sterling to take the job in the treasurers office Coulter Men Are Home From 6000 Mile Trip COULTER Nov Mad sen manager of the implement bus iness In Coulterj accompanied by FIVE Nels Ladegaard HenryChristensen and Herman Hesse arrived here the fore part of the week from a 6000 mile auto tour of the western states including Montana Colorado Ore gon and California The return trip was made over the southern route Remarkably original in design and in its clever alliance of lace and crepe de chine this beautiful Solitaire achieves a new supple and slender line for womens figures Its technique is the simplest and the most efficient The crepe de chine and lace mould and sup port the natural center elastic gore gives natural freedom Adjustable detachable shoulder straps adapt it to any gown and figure DAMONS INC in an entertainer its m esterfield SUCH POPULARITY MUST BE DESERVED a cigarette its M ANY men have sought words to describe that extra something in Chesterfield It is there undoubtedly a sparkle of spicier aroma an extra touch of flavor a certain added character unmis takably Chesterfields own No one word describes the most inexperienced smoker could fail to mark it Between other cigarettes and Chesterfield there is the clearcut difference between just something to smoke and the cigarette that TASTE above everytking 1929 TOBACCO Co MILD yes and yet THEY SATISFY ;