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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North lowds Edited for the Home fOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY TOW A S I OJ1 J 1VJVVA O HOME EDITION 26 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLMEJTTAL SERVICE NO OWA LEADS 7 TO 0 IN SECOND f tetVlltv I In si JtOCftnilf nun An Deputy Sheriffs OFFICER KEEP AGLEEYEON p Pantages Under Guard n CHARGE efendant Under Strict Guard While Jury Is Out OS ANGELES Oct 26 V husky deputy sheriffs held Alex kder Pantages multimillionaire Kudeville impressario a virtual risoner in his own home here today Endingthe decision of the jury hich will decide whether he crirn Jly attacked Eunice Pringle 17 par old dancer last Aug 9 Pantages had been at liberty un ir a bond of but was re landed to the custody of the sher when the case went to the jury seven women and five men late sterday After deliberating about bree hours without reaching a ver Ict the jury was locked up for the Superior Judge Georgee Fricke o presided at the trial announced would receive a verdict any time Iter a m The order to take the showman to custody startled Pantages He Tiped in his chair and whispered itedly with his attorneys W I liber t and Joseph Ford and then sjpermlltedto go home with the he sheriffs was instructed which ntakes slept last night f During early deliberation of ie jury Pantages paced nervously b out In a small witness room jhewing gum rapidly His two sons loydand Rodney his daughter airmen and her fiance John Con his adopted daughter Mrs fxie Martin and his attorneys lent thd evening there with him facDonald on Board Ship Hurrying Home S DUCHESS OP YORK Oct MacDonald Brit tts prime minister and his daugh Ishbel are enroute back to Eng today after three weeks spent the United States and Canada the interests of AngloAmerican lations hoped for a quick trip to ng the premier to London as soon possible after parliaments con when his labor government y meet its acid test Parliament lets Tuesday ships officers have mised they will dock at Liver early Friday llaeDonald Miss Ishbel and their Ity came aboard the Duchess of Ik last night at Quebec Stock Again Take Slight Drbp NEW YORK Oct 26 ther backwash of selling carried prices on the stock exchange moder ately lower in a comparatively quiet session today The ticker fell only about 20 minutes behind The great accumulation of reas suringstatements by leaders of business andfinance as to the fun damental soundness of conditions capped last night by a statement by President Hoover tended to quiet the market considerably Definite indications that banking support which came into the market late Thursdayand yesterday has no other Interest than stabilizing prices made the prospect of any immediate substantial upturn rather discourag ing Business news was fairly encour aging At the opening there was a wide assortment of gains of 1 to 5 points Case Threshing jumped and Hershey nearly 10 Much of these advances were later lost General Electric was depressed nearly 10 points Westlnghouse Electric Johns Manville Simmons and Columbian Carbon dropped about 6 to 9 Amer ican Can American and Foreign Power Eastman Kodak Macy Col umbia Gas and Liidlum Steel lost 3 to 5 points U S Steel sagged a little but again fluctuated in an ex tremely narrow range Hupp sagged Total sales approximated 2100 000 shares and the closingtona was distinctlyheavy FALL PUTS HIS HOPE IN MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL If Arguments Fail Law yer Appeal to Higher Court WASHINGTON Oct 26 victed of bribery former Secre tary of the Interior Albert B Fall today pinned his hopeof exoneration upon a motion for a new trial and that failing an appeal to a higher court Still stoutly maintaining his inno cence the now aged former cabinet officer and failing in health w IOWA WEATHER air Saturday Sunday proli fair v not much change in nperature ILOCAE STATISTICS obeGazette weather figures for bur period ending at 8 oclock Hay morning HrmestJFrlday 71 blest in Night r 32 J8 A M Saturday 33 day will take rank as one of remarkable days of 1929 laim to distinction lies in the F that after the mercury had tded to 71 a figure surpassed twice this month it took a pre drop to range 39 es This is 6 degrees greater i the previous record for daiiy liation of temperature J WEEKS FORECAST father outlook for Oct 28 to 2 For upper Mississippi and Missourivalleys and north tnd central Great lures mostly above normal not precipitation likely 1 i N awaited the next development in his case at his hotel here surrounded by members of his family and old friends from the west The verdict of the jury that he was guilty of bribery in accepting 000 from Edward L Doheny before executing the famous lease on the Elk Hills nava oil reserve to a Do heny company was followed closely by the motion for a new trial ad vancing 30 reasons whioh defense counsel considered as justifying such an action The motion made numerous charges of error on the part of Jus tice William Hitz who presided as sertingthat he went beyond his porvince in his Instructionsto the jury by improperly and unlawful ly arguing the case and In effect directing coercing influencing and driving thejury on questions of fact which were solely and exclusively within the jurys functions to de cide Fall faces a maximum penalty of a fine of 300000 and a prison sentence of three years The motion for a new trial is to be argued beforeJustice Hitz next Friday Should it be denied Fall will enter an appeal to the court of appeals of the District of Colum bia beyond which lies one higher tribunal the supreme court of the United States which already has branded the FallDoheny transaction as corrupt and baa termed the for mer interior secretary a faithless public officer CREW OF SHIP FOUNDSTARVING ON LAKE ISLAND Winds and Waves Keep Rescue Ships From Island GAULT STE MARIE Mich Oct J 26 The cold norther The cold northern dawn over the whitecappeo 26 UP spreading waves of Lake Superior today found Capt P C Farrell of the package freighter Chicago and 30 members of his crew huddled about their camp fires on the rocky shore at the western end of Michipicoten Is land where they have been marooned without food or shelter since Tues day night Michipicoten is a wooded and mountainous island 100 miles north west of Sault Ste Marie Its high est rocks rise 1000 feet above lake level The only inhabitants are a few Indian fishermen living at Que bec Harbor in the southeastern part of the island Will Wait for Relief One member of the crew of the Chicago succeeded in making hts way across the nine miles of deso late coast to Quebec Harbor last night and reported that other mem bers of the crew might attenipt to get across today He said that the second engineer James Black who is a cripple probably would neun able to try and others would remain with him until the coastguard boats or the tug Whalen which have sotighi to aid the castaways were to take them off Wind and waves have prevented rescue ships from approaching the western shore of the island thus far altho they have been close enough to see the campfires Radio reports from the tug Whalen last night said the Whalen the freighter John Hen derson and the coastguard boat 11D were standing by and would attempt to take off the Chicagos crew today if weather permitted Driven Off Its Course The Chicago is a 345foot pack age freighter in the service of the Great Lakes Transit corporation It was bound from Duluth to Buffalo when it was driven off its course by the 50 mile an hour gale Tuesday night arid ran aground on Michlpi cotens rocky shore The bow of the ship was lifted high and the stern sank so low in the water that the rew thot it necessary to abandon the ship They managed to reach the shore taking with them some bedding to protect them from the storm Ac cording to reports reaching here they have been without food for more than three days Complete Appraisement Oct D Sulli van Belmond R Richardson of Eagle Grove and B B Suiter of Clarion Wrigit county inheritance tax appraisers have concluded the appraisement of the estate of the late Daniel Stolsmark of Eagle rove The real estate was valued at and the personal property THAW ORDERED TO PAY Night Club Hostess Wins Damage Suit for Spanking NEW YORK Oct 26 jurv has decided that Harry K Thaw must pay a night club hostess 000 for spanking her with a hair brush An award of that amount was given in supreme court yesterday in favor of Marcia who brot uit for 100000 which she chared Tbaw upon her at a JJew Years party his apartment X 1 1926 Tht irerdict was the of the second trial of the e a pre vious trial ment K Thaw expressed amazement at the amount of the award and bis counsel served notice of a motion to set aside the verdict as excessive Miss Estardus testified that Thaw tore her clothes bit her and spanked her with a hairbrllsh She claimed that she had sufferedpermanent scars as well as great pain and hu miliation When the verdict was announced she Its goodbye Broadway for me Tni going to the country A writer on social topics says all controversies between married cou pies should be brot to a definite con clusion before Ihe subject is City Star MUST PAY Harry K Thaw who was or dered by a jury in New iork court to pay the sum of to Maria Estaradus night club hostess who was spanked she claims by Thaw FOOTBALL SCORES 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Mason City H S Waterloo H S Mason City Jr Col Iowa Wisconsin Ohio State Chicago Purdue Illinois Michigan Carnegie Tech Notre Dame Army J OTHER GAMES FIND 4 BODIES IN LIFEBOAT Coastguards Continue Hunt for Other Victims of t Lake Storm CHICAGO Oct 26 found late last night in a water filled lifeboat several miles off St Joseph Mich spurred coastguards men to an intensive search today for the remaining 43 bodies of the crew of the car ferry Milwaukee which sankin Tuesdays storm The four bodies brot the total thus far recovered to nine Two of those found last night were lashed to seats in the lifeboat One of the sailors the coastguard said appar ently had died yesterday The oth ers had been dead probably two days The death list tentatively fixed at 57 Thursday on the basis of the complete roster of the crew was reduced to 52 last night when five Bombers of the crew were found on leave at their homes Horseback Riding Is Popular Ames Sport AMES Oct 26Horseback riding is a popular pastime of Iowa State college students judging by the demand at the military stables where reservations are made for aorses for Sunday afternoon riding Often the entire 50 head of horses available for riding are reserved for Sunday by noon of the preceding Monday according to James Wood n charge of the military stables Will Rogers WAYNOKA Oct from New York all day just looking down on beautiful lands and prosperous towns You read all this sensa tional collapse of Wall street What does it mean Noth ing Why if the cows of this country failed to come up and get milked one night it would WILL be more of a panic than if Morgan and La mont had never held a meeting Why an old sow and a litter of pigs make more people a liv ing than all the steel and Gen eral Motor stock combined Why the whole hundred and twenty million of us are more dependent on the cackling of a hen than if the stock exchange was turned Into a night club New Yorkers call them rubes Youis WILL ROGERS F1KST QUARTER Dartmouth 7 Harvard 0 Kansas 13 Iowa State 0 Illinois 0 Michigan 0 Minnesota 7 Kipon 0 Oklahoma 0 Kansas Aggies 6 Missouri0 Nebraska0 SECOND QUARTER Navy 7 Princeton 0 QUARTER 21 Army 13 Notre DaniQ 7 Carnegie 0 Ohio State 0 Indiana 0 Mason City and West Waterloo Scoreless as First Period Ends BULLETIN At the end of the half Mason City was leading Waterloo 00 ROOSEVELT STADIUM Oct Mason City high school cteven and the West Wn tcrlo gridders went scoreless thru the opening period OSAGE 0 WAVERLY 0 OSAGE Oct and Waverly high school played to scoreless tie here this afternoon Two Men Are Held At Algona on Charge Of Stealing An Auto ALGONA Oct young men Roy Wickey and Edward Long who are accused of stealing a Chev rolet automobile belonging to Lew Is Hull here about two weeks ago were in the county jail today await a hearing Monday on charges of stealing an automobile The men were brot to Algona last night by Sheriff Hovey and County Treasurer H M Kruse from Hiawatha Kans where they were arrested Hull who accompanied Hovey and Kruse to the Kansas town is driving back with his car SHUMAKER FOE OF WETS DEAD Veteran Head of Indiana AntiSaloon League Succumbs INDLANAPOLIS Oct 26 Dr E S Shumaker for the last 22 years superintendent of the Indiana AntiSaloon league died at his home here yesterday following an illness of several months It was recently revealed by Dr Shumalters physician Dr Charles R Sowder that the dry leader waa afflicted with a malignant tumor Dr Shumaker early in 1929 spent 53 days on tho state penal farm the sentence having been imposed by the Indiana supreme court on a charge of contempt He was accused of having published articles criticiz ing members of the court for their decisions in liquor cases Another way to discover the rich In a community is to solicit money for a worthy cause and observing how many give Inn Trlbiino GLASSGOW SNAGS PASS TO PREVENT BADGERS SCORING Wisconsin and Iowa Elevens Battle Mostly in Mid field in Early Period Captain Glassgow and Thomas See Plenty of Action CAMP RANDALL MADISON Wis Oct broke into the scoring first in the middle of the second quarter when Sansen broke thru Wisconsins left tackle from the 17 yard line for a touchdown Nelson kicked goal Score Iowa 7 Wisconsin 0 CAMP RANDALL STADIUM MADISON Wis Oct The Iowa and Wisconsin football elevens battled 0 to 0 score thruout the first period before 25000 persons here this after noon each team seeking its first conference win of the season With Glassgow starring for Iowa the halted a senous threat of the Badgers in the opening quarter The Iowa captain snagged an attempted Wisconsin pass on his own one yard line and raced back to the Iowa 48 yard line to end the Badgers hopes for the moment of crossing the line C R SALESMAN GETS 30 YEARS Cowan ReEnters Plea Guilty to Charges of Fraud of RAPIBSOct 26 Reentering a plea of guilty Bayard D Cowan 29 was sentenced today to 30 years imprisonment and waa fined on three counts of for gery He was accused of selling a number of eastern Iowa banks of worthless securities Sen tence was pronounced by Judge A B Anderson Cowan was arrested Oct 12 and entered a pica of guilty before Judge John T Moffit later with drawing it Authorities said he confessed to organizing three fake companies mder Delaware laws selling their aonds to the banks He owned two airplanes a private hangar and several automobiles SENATE GIVEN LOBBY REPORT Suggests Getting List of AH Dollar a Year Men WASHINGTON Oct 26 report on the relations of Senator Binghnm republican Connecticut and the Connecticut Manufacturers association wag submitted to the senate today by the lobby investi gating committee It contained one specific recom the senate adopt a resolution calling upon the depart ment of commerce to submit a list of any dollar a year men on its rolls as a result of the testimony of Joseph B Wuichet of the Comiec icut association that he was a dol ar a year man for the department The committee also reported that t questions the propriety of the utilization of funds of a railroad company for the payment of ser vices of a lobbyist in Washington This declaration was made after the committee said it had found that he New York New Haven and Hartford railroad had contributed about to the Connecticut manufacturers association PLAY BY PLAY Wisconsin started out without its clocking halfbacks playing for more ground gaining power which was missing in the Northwestern and Notre Dame games Captain Glassgow of Iowa line He almost got away Wiscon sin took time out The intercepted iass and Glassgows return revivi ied the Hawkeyes and they were charging and fighting again Ilacc Kick Falls Glnssgow pounded his left end for yards Thomas added another the toss and chose to defend the north goal kicking off Westra kicked off to R Rebholz who was downed on his 20 yard line R Rebholz puntedpntheflist play the bail of Aboundson Iowas yard line Glassgow dashed thru his right for two yqards Glassgov tried right endand Casey forced him out on the 37 yard line Thomai crashed off his right guard for five yards and first down Thomas made two yards thru center Glassgow was halted by Lubrato vich without gain Thomas found a arge hole thru center and ploughed to the 50ynrd line and it was fourth down and a half yard to travel Glasagow punted out of bounds on Wisconsins 39yard line Oman made one yard on a criss cross thru right tackle On a fake formation lal Rebholz bounded to the 47yard ine thru center Russ Rebholz slipped around his right ond for 14 yards gain and first down on Iowas 37yard line The Hawks took time out Pignatelli went in for Jcnsvoid at quarterback for Iowa Bchr lost three yards on a wide end run Ely Tot him Time was taken out as fficials examined the tape on Westras hands thinking he had more on than necessary On a triple pass play Behr skirt id his left end and carried the ball o the 40 yard line A pass Oman R Rebholz was incomplete R lebholz punted out of bounds on owas 10 yard line on the next play Crushed Tacklo for Five Yards Glassgow crashed his left tackle or 5 yards Thomas added four Tiore thru the same hole Farroh picyed up 5 yards and first down on a criss cross thru his left tackle Glassgow made one yard taking the ball to Iowas 26 yard lino Glass gow punted to R Rebholz who car ied it back 5 yards to Iowas 43 rard stripe where he was forced out bounds Oman slipped around right end for bur yards being stopped by Rogge he Hawks were penalized 5 yards ror offside and the ball was on towas 44yard line Oman made 9 yards thru Iowas left tackle for irst down on Iowas 39yard line R Rebholz made five more around left end The crigg cross was bothering he Hawkeyes H Rebholz slashed thru Iowas right guard for first down on Iowas 18yard line Far yard on a smash at center Glassgow made it first down on Wisconsiiia 15 yard line Ona delayed buck Thomas made two yards Glassgow went over his right on a cutv Whether such contributions are Irotl him just as it seemed forbidden by any statute may be he subject of further communica tion from your committee the re sort added Former Howard County Woman Dies in West CRESCO Oct has icen received by Cresco friends of he death Oct 15 of Mrs A G Darey 84 at Long Beach Cal ormerly of Howard county She was born In Canada and was an early settler of Winneshick county 3ho and Mr Darey lived near Cresco for several years until their removal to California 15 years ago where Mr Darey died She is sur vived by one brother Hawloy Vaughn Both Br and Mrs Darey were buried at Decorah Iowa W5S stopped Without1 gainbbanbther de layed buck by Jvrugeri It was fourth down Ketelaar went in tot H Smith at right tackle for the Badgers Glassgow dropped back to tick His paco kick was low and hc Badgers took the ball on their 20 yard line R Rebholz punted from his 5 yard ine to his own 10 yard line where he ball went out of bounds Thomas lit his right lackle for two yards is the period ended Score Iowa 0 Visconsin 0 SECOND PERIOD The Hawks started the second icriod offensively with the ball on Wisconsins 38 yard line Wisconsin vas penalized five yards for offside n the next play and Iowa took the penalty gain Farroh made thrca on a right tackle crisscross Thomas tried a delayed buck thru enter but lost a yard Kruger topped him A pass Glassgow to was incomplete Another iaas by Glasagow was grounded Jlassgovv punted over Wisconsins roal line and the Badgers took the iall on their 20 yard stripe Wisconsin took time out Hal Reb iiolz made three yards thru center He tried it again but was stopped R Rebholz punted to Iowas 38 yard line where Ganlenbein dropped the ball Glassgow squeezed thru right guard for two yards Thomas failed on a delayed buck thru his left tackle Farroh tried the crisscross around his left end and picked up a yard Glassgow punted out oC bounds on Wisconsins 15 yard line Oman made three yards thru his right guard He picked up three more R Rebholz punted to Glass gow who was downed in his tracks on lowaa 47 yard line by Ganten bein Jensvold replaced Pignatelli at quarterback for Iowa he was away Fourth Down 3 to Go It was a straight line buck Parks opened the wide hole and carrierl Roberts and Westra out like a bath tub plug Oman hit his right for three yards H Rebholz off Iowa1 right tackle for one yard H Reb holz ploughed thru his right guard for 5 yards and it was fourth down nnd two to go with the ball on Iowas 10yard line Glassgow intercepted Omans pass on his one yardjfllne and dashed around his right end carrying the ball to lowaa 48 yard line Thomas made a yard thru center Thomas added two more thru the same spot Glassgow smashed his right guard for 3 yards Glassgow kicked out of bounds on Wisconsins four yard line R Rebhol punted to Glassgow who returned from Wisconsins 47 yard line to the Badgers 27 yard AUNT HET By Robert Qiiillen Amy neednt be so stuck up about the big guns at her girls weddm Folks aint forgot the shotgun at hers ;