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   Ames Daily Tribune and Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 12, 1928, Ames, Iowa                                Scanning the By T F C President Coolidge last night addressed an audience at the American Legions observance of Armistice day deplored tlie lack of understanding on armament matters between t h e United States and Europe laid the foun dation for a public sentiment fa to congressional passage or a huge ship building measure calendered for early action at the December session that pre paredness for defense does not signify a military spirit In New York Secretary of State Kellogg told theWorld Alli ance for International Friendship that the KelloggBriand antiwar pact has been accepted by 58 na tions that he believes all the na tions of the world will adhere to the treaty and make it one of the principles of their national policy STORY COUNTYS DAILY The Ames Daily Tribune AND EVENING TIMES WEATHER 70BEOJJT Fair tonight and probably Tuesday Rliing temperature VOLUME LXH AMES IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 12 1928 United Press Full Leased Wire With Automatic Printer NO 113 COAST The president and his cMef cabinet officer should get their heads together at least on speeches to be delivered the same day tho on separate platforms If the nations are really ready to live up to their peace pledge why all this worry over preparedness Tragic stories in the days news include Death of an Ames boy struck by an automobile Student killed in football cele bration Two aviators killed Two score children burned in a Russian cinema house Off the east coast of the United States another disaster threatens to snuff out the lives of more than 300 persons aboard the ill fated steamer Vestris bound from New York to Rio de Janeiro Radio waves this morning car ried the ships S 0 S later the information that lifeboats had been put off At least a dozen ships are hurrying to the scene but darkness may fall before any arrive Attempt to Influence Jury Panel Revealed at Trial of RWStewart I THEYRE ELECTED HERBERT LITTLE U P Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON Nov appeared to be an attempt to influence the jury panel in the Perjury trial of Robert W Stewart Standard Oil magnate was reveal ed today in the examination of Robert Caldwell prospective juror Caldwell said he had been ap proached hy a man who identified himself as Maginnis and ask ed him if he would bold Justice Bailey excused Caldwell The penalty for to 10 years in more dras Uc than in any of the six previous 011 trials resulting from the sen1 ates Teapot Dome investigations The crime charged is more diffi to prove to a jury according to lawyers than almost any oth er An investigation of Caldwells story was begun by Assistant U S District Attorney Neil Bnrkin shaw Government officials indi cated that further developments when Defense Attorney Prank j were expected later in the day Hogan challenged him for cause Stewart chairman of the board of the Standard Oil company of In diana is op trial on an indictment However Justice Bailey took no action other than to dismiss Cald well and questioning of the other veniremen continued I charging perjury before the senate If Justice Bailey concludes an Teapot Dome committee in con attempt has been made to tarn per nection with in Continenj with the jury he undoubtedly tal Trading company liberty bonds j will issue contempt citations as which he received Continued on rage Five In Chicago a Fort Dodge youth i and his brother celebrated a ball victory Their collegiate Ford grazed a gangster car To day he lies in a hospital near death a lifetime cripple if he American good will tour HOOVER TO SAIL FOR S A NOV 19 Will Return With His Cabinet Picked PALO ALTO Cal Nov Hoover will sail a week from today from San Pedro aboard the Battleship Mary land on his ambitious South lives The brother escaped the fusillade of machine gnu bullets I Complete plans for the journey j include arrangements for an ofll way usually get it rhicago gangsters demand a clear ficjal ieadquarters aboard the bat ileship where PresidentElect Hoover will pick his cabinet and plan the first acts of his adminis tration during the hours aboard ship Hoover is expected to carry back with him to Washington Senator McNury chairman of the agriculture committee and co aulhor of the famed McNary Haugen plan to relieve the fann ers conferred today with Presi dent Coolidge announced that he will reintroduce his measure at the December session of congress Child Struck i by Auto Dies This Morning Billy Breezley 8 years old j the son of Mr and Mrs J D j Breezley of 3005 Oakland ave i nue died this morning at j college hospital of injuries j sustained Sunday afternoon when he was struck by the j car driven by Ralph Rietz of j Nevada The accident occur red near the Breezley home The child had his skull crushed thigh bones broken and his i right shoulder dislocated He 1 did not regain consciousness bej Pom women reelected to his death at 7 oclock this 33 J ENDANGERED IN OCEAN DISASTER New Allocations Confusion to Listeners Here With the new federal radio al j locations effective at midnight Saturday confusion reigned A among radio fans of Story county Lifeboats Are Launch Sunday and today Favorite sta tions were either not found at all or came in faintly There was great interference supposed to j have been eliminated by the new NEW YORK Nov wave lengths Some listeners re The Lamport and Holt liner Vest ported that for the first time in jris bound from Nw York to months certain stations came in i Buenos Aires nut Rio De Jiueiro at two points on their dial Few with 127 passengers and a crew I hear any chain programs o 210 men aboard was abaaI The Tribune would like to hear jiloned at sea today about 300 further from its readers in re ed Radio Carries Call for Help miles southeast of New Yeik according toword received by the United States naval radio While destroyers and merchant to Radio ships mobilized almost on the Tribune i instant that the first distress sigI ial went out plunged thru toss ing seas to give rescue Captain W J Carey of the Vestris found j his ship In such danger of sink ing atany moment that he or ilered the 337 aboard into the I lifeboats Is Nearest Ship gard to how the new ruling is working out in Ames and the rest of Story county Write or phone Editor Ames Daily DAIRY GROUPS TO MEET HERE The nearest ship to the scene Building Dedication to Occur Wednesday The dairy department at Iowa the vicinity by p m By State college occupies the center nightfall the destroyer Davis the of interest for the next two days I Tucker and perhaps two or three at the college with the dedication additional vessels should reach the of their new Dairy Industries spot where the Vestris was aban building and three conventions was believed to be the Japanese steamship Ohio Maru which re j ported it probably would arrive in doned Henderson said passengers and of dairy groups scheduled The new building recently com not only his complete cabinet slate but the outline of the program upon which he will em morning But it wont be that Senator McNary sponsored to two vetoes It will he emasculat ed according to Coolidge edict the equalization fee lorn out There is little doubt but that it will be passed signed by the president A tariff measure without the rate schedule would be just as effec tive so far as eastern industry is concerned as will be theMcNary Haugen bill without the equaliza tion fee in effecting agricultural relief If that be the best that a Cool idge congress will do belter scrap the entire measure and start at scratch again at Mr Hoovers promised special farm relief ses sion congress and three others in eluding a daughter of the late The boy was struck Sunday aft William Jennings Bryan added ernoon about 3 oclock when he to the niiulber according to re bark when he becomes president j La lh8 nstreet in front I turns of the November election the measure i Donovan May go RltZ Cars were parkea j The new congresswomen are 1 Assistant Attorney Genera Wi Jiam J Aho has been mentioned for the attorney gen eralship of the Hoover adminis tration was expected here today to confer with Hoover Donovan was one of Hoovers chief cam paign aides and it was reported today he would accompany him on the South American trip as an advisor Hoover will have the commodii Archie Lou Shipp fouryear old ous rear admirals suite on the daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Maryland consisting of four rooms of H8 Sherman avenue and a bath It has a large living j was slightly injured Sunday ev crew abandoned the vessel at pleted at a cost of and p m At he intercepted said to be the finest dairy building I a message from the coast guard at any college in the United I destroyer Davis saying that craft States will be dedicated Wednes would arrive at the scene at 5 p day afternoon at 2 oclock in in Another intercepted message from the Santa Barbara a corn I mercial vessel said it was pro ceeding under forced draft and the assembly of the building The Iowa Buttermakers assoc iation is holding its convention in the new building Tuesday and expected to arrive at the wreck Wednesday The Association of scene 6 p m Creamery Managers and seeretar The Davis is the nearest vessel I ies will also hold a convention dashed JnlothestreeUlirect g McCor iy tn front of Rietzcar and was1 mick Illinois 7 Mrs Ruth struck before the latter could Pratt New York The four stop A report of the Ames police j reelected are 2 Mrs Mary T Norton Jersey 4 Mrs showed today that Rietz brakes Florence Kahn California Mrs John W Langley Kentucky were not in good 6 Mrs Edith Rogers Massachusetts They will make up the larg fest representation women have ever had Incongress to the Vestris Sea is Running High The master of the Vestris began abandoning ship at p m and all boats were away at Seas were running high the mes lnursaav sages said as the small boats Tuesday and Wednesday while the Ice Cream Manufacturers as sociation will n old the first day of its convention here Wednesday and move to Des Moines for its Friday meetings president of Iowa UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN U S EUROPE LACKING President Speaks at Armistice Day Observance WASHINGTON Nov Speaking at ceremonies held by the American Legion here last night in observance of the tenth anniversary of the armistice President Coolidge deplored the lack of mutual understanding be tween the United States and Eu rope and stressed the need of ad ditional cruisers to strengthen Ahe American naval force It is obvious that eliminating all competition world standards of defense require us to more cruisers he president said Again having pointed out the inadequacy of the regular army and calling attention to Americas long coast outlying possessions and foreign commerce and invest ments Mr Coolidge said Having few fueling stations we require ships of large tonnage and having scarcely any merchant ves sels capable of mounting 5 or S inch guns it is obvious that based on needs we are entitled to a larger number of warships than a nation having these advantages1 Cites European Pact In concluding his allusion to the Washington conference which reached an agreement for capital ships and airplane carriers to gether with the maximum unit tonnage and maximum calibre of guns of cruisers the president said It no doubt has some signifi cance that foreign governments made agreements limiting that ST i n jirl btruck by Car Recovers room This same suite was occu pning when she was struck by the Continued on Fage Two fTyfl Public Buying ITIli LiroH OiiUfro u r i Market put out froh the stricken vessel Just before leaving the Vestris It is interesting to note that another caller at the white house today Senator Reed of Pennsyl vania sought will probably se cure a 50 per cent advance in the tariff schedule on plate glass The nation will read with in terest the Announcement from Washington that another oil lease has been declared invalid because it contained a secret renewal op tion clause not mentioned in the advertisement for that the opening of the perjury trial of Robert W Stewart Standard Oil of Indiana chairman pro duces evidence of alleged effort to tamper with the jury panel Public participation in the booming market today sent stock prices to new high marks Ttek ers ran 70 minutes behind trad ing as a deluge of buying orders accumulated over the weekend loosed on the floor of the exchange For months Wall Street observ ers have been wondering when the top would be reached They are as far at sea today as they were GO days they know now as always that there is a top that it will be reached and that the lambs will be shorn There are those who grow wealthy gambling in few among the general public remain wealthv so doing i car driven by J D Overby of i iDes Moines on Lincoln way near Observers Think ErUD Kellogg avenue Overby who is i jat the army recruiting station in j tlOn Des Moines was traveling west Pinna rsr mi ITT OlfaN S 0 F Q U I ET Booming Today on Lincoln way when the child CATANIA Sicily Nov NEW YORK Nov KR The unprecedented buying move ment that started immediately after the election was continued the master notified the Davis that to the publicAmong the seas were washing over his deckspeakers scheduled to appear are Abandonment of the stricken Jonn ship came as the Battleship Wyoming coast guard cutters and commercial craft were hurry ing under all steam to aid the vessel Prom messages picked up by coast guard and other radio sta tions those ashore pictured the class of combat vessels In which we were superior but refused lim itations in the class in which they were superior We made alto gether the heaviest sacrifice in scrapping work which was in existence That should forever remain not only a satisfaction to ourselves but a demonstration to others of our good faith in ad vocating the principles of limita tions Mr Coolidge said little progress Iowa jliatl Deen made in naval disarma Dr CLarson of Chicago andment since tripartite Geneva President George T Baker of the j conference last year state board of education Dr All human experience seems to State college will preside at the dedication program which will be demonstrated that reason tne mam aouress i Wednesday evening there will be Preparations for defense les a general dairy banquet in Great sens likelihood of hostile at Hall at the Memorial Union Sixtacktne President said and add are expected to attend on Vestris radio man as clinging to Speakera nclude G L McKay an extremely broadscale Inhis post while the vessel listed William Osceola ing by Judge John y Luke of the j after ck with car ja larse sector othe fertile and Tf00 ftreaklns Proporjpcwer was wiped out by the seas The child was taken toMary Populous country on its slopes situation acciKave indications today that its I and ran as far as 71 minutes be1 Washington D Cformer headof Continues oij rnse Fivti un Craig 21 years old of J GreeJey hospital after the was sentenced this mornii ent was clsraissetl TI T line Her injuries were mm about to abate trading on the floor municipal court to one day in minor bruises and scratches Gaetano Ponte of the j s lt Saturdays record turnover of the city jail on a charge of ini Cars Collide toxication He was arrested about this morning on Main street by Officer Ruth onLincoln Way The car driven by Marvin Axelwhich gushed from Etna observatory flew in a millI JT1 3000000 shares in the two hour session had fired the puh Itary airplane today over the en iic imagination and todays open tire course of the river of lava i ing saw themost spectacular dis was caused by G A Hall Is Best Continued on Page Three Election GuCSSCr in Tribune Contest Lewis S Hume was fined crashed into another car on mouths near the summit and jof the and costs this morning for inj Lincoln way near Russell avenue spread out fanwise towards the toxicatiou Sunday evening after Alexton had I plain and sea eruptive j Pay stiength since the start of the hull movement more than five years sgo Sales of 10000 shares or raore were extremely common and served to bolster bullish enthusiasm already at a high pitch Red Cross Roll Call Opens Wed The twelfth annual Red Cross 1 led Preparedness fs Duty To be readyfor defense is not to be guilty of aggression We can have military preparation without assuming amilitary spir it It is our duty to ourselves and to the cause of civilization to the preservation of domestic tranquility to maintain an ade quate army and navy The United States and other na tions however had undertaken to roll call will open in the city of une readers who submitted a guess Ames Wednesday morning at 9 I on the electoral vote Mr Hall G A was the best induce additional safeguards for peace Mr Coolidge said and narn election forecaster among all the multilateral antiwar pact oclock gave Hoover 435 votes and Smith C E Daubert roll call chair 96 The election resulted in Hoo jnan and the following chairmen j ver 444 votes Smith S7 H W Stafford Mrs Kate Mitchell In tabulating the vote Mr Hall If you want to feel the thrill of living in Ames in Story coun ty of bfeing a citizen of Iowa go out to the Iowa State college campus spend a day or two or more if you may inspecting that great institution Walk thru its buildings talk with its faculty its students learn of the work that is being done there If you are susceptible to impressions you win be thrilled as at few other times in your life A new building tho finest structure in the United Stattis for teaching dairy manu facturing will bo dedicated this week How is your radio reception un der the fndcijii commissions new allocations Minc is otten will BOARD TO MEET The Ames school board hold its regular monthly meeting tonight in thfi office of the super imendorit in tho high school build The MunnMaytag company to dodge the car driven 1 Ponte said the eruption seemed Ames brings action m the court DT T L Crider of Webster City to him to have reached a phase against the Weatherford Dairy j Axelton was driving east when khlch was forerunner of possi oiauuiu illia ivaiB 1U 5 ML iiajl company on a promissorj note Criders car suddenly turned left ble cessation in the next few Easter money was another high m c A A H p Smith Alabama Arkansas Rhodes Brotheis of Carroll m trying to dodge Aieelton struck days He said the thick black favorable development the callM A M Harper and Mrs W Georgia Louisiana Mississippi county Illinois seekPayment for the thlrd car BoUl cars were smoke given off by ihe cr j rate rapping to six per cent from jj wjll head the organ I South Carolina Texas and Vir goods delivered to William Snook damaged I ers was increasing usually an ina renewal rate of 6 per cent ization of 125 citjze1B who ginia OF A T n rnvn I tntlfl Vl Reckless Driver Is Fined of Ames The case of Erik T Jensen cited into court to show wiiy he should not have a suspended sentence oa a charge of false drawing of i Sam Gill of Ames was fined checks revoked was continued un and costs this afternoon in the i i I izauon 01 lia cujse dication of a general abatement I tolloving a large influx of funds lsecure memberships The eruption in progress now for j out of town j citizens are urged to be readv more than a week has devastated j was again theoutstanding make tneir subscriptions Wed O 1 ffAftn i t rtTlll til November 19 Continued on rape Five Says German Farmers Need Relief Fully As Much As Americans May If American farmers need re1 He is in America to study agri lief it is certain that German farmers need it fully as much ac cording to C G Janus German farmer who visited at Iowa State college last week Janus who is on a three months tour of America is man ager of a 1200acre holding in Holstein an agricultural prov ince in northeastern Germany Two Aviators Die in Crash Sunday CHICAGO Nov damaged flipper on the stabil izer of their dual control plane caused the deaths of two avia about 3000 aciles of fields and or performer running up more than chards destroyed more7 than points on heavy trading while houses made thousands homeless ras and many of the industrials and caused damage variously esti specialties scored wide advances mated at from to 00000 The villages of Mascali and Carrabba were destroyed Hope remained for NuriziaUi where the stream halted at the edge of the town nesday in order to save the work ers unnecessary trips Only one other forecaster gave Smith less than 100 electoral votes Mrs Florence Hayworth 417 Sixth street AmesMrs Hayworth conceded the democrat renouncing wars of aggression as the most effective instrument for peace that was ever devised The chief executive spoke of the new economic and political re lationship between the United States and the rest of the world He said it was plain that Europe Continued on Fase Five Workers supplies may be secur1 ic nominee but 43 votes repre ed at 9 oclock Tuesday morning j sented by Georgia Louisiana Miss al the Ames National bank I issippi and South Carolina tors here late yesterday cultural conditions and if pos sible take back with him ideas t whereby the German farmers may j better themselves Farming is at a low ebb in Ger many according to Janus Inter est rates on farm land loans aver age about 10 per cent and the i Members of the Ames Rotary club today resolved themselves into groups of committees to dis cuss plans for the future The routine was interrupted for a brief observance of Armis tice day C W Stafford sriving a DES MOINES Nov i brio fTalk on ihe i b ects bro Iht piano out in tho thinkinR of the day been forced below all records Intensive cultivation is requir ed in Germany and as a result about four men are needed for each 100 acres of farm land Dairying and hog raising are the between Waterloo and Des Moines i fl1 tremendous landed here at mention cost of the a m today i war in lives and resources ens MICE AND BRAND After much letterwriting and the sending overseas of money for her fare an old Scottish woman was persuaded to visit her suc cessful fanner son in Manitoba DES MOINES Nov and the means we have of ac1 Meeting her at the Ioca gtation Governor Hammill Issues Annual Thanksgiving Day Proclamation 3 MOINES Nov j ed and the means we have of ac X1V ivvat Gov John Hammill today issued his quiring and diffusing useful knowj annual Thanksgiving proclamation i ledge and in general for all the j rancij Immediately they entered calling upon all citizens of Iowa j great and various favors which to pause so the voices of praise and Thanksgiving may be heard The proclamation He has been pleased to confer upon us We ought to be thank ful because every good cause major livestock projects of Ger1 Nov one hour after leaving Waterloo j wlllCl1 i States His benefits and humblv implore It will leave on the return trip or His protection and favor and i at p m today onphalf of the country s entire WHEREAS the president of i WHEREAS it is the duty of is making progressVice is being all nations to acknowledge the i lessened in the nation and right is providence of Almighty God to j strengthening its position in the obey His will to be grateful for I world We ought to we thankful Continued on Page Tw0 many On his 1200acre farm Janus uses an eightyear crop ro tation involving wheat potatoes root crops hay and pasture i lltl 1 llllj IfllOLltl J lames GHainl 38 and George j Exccnon arm labor may he yl OC rtf m 1 I IJiVVjV I t KLIJV HI i obtained at the rate of 4 killed when the plane crashed from 1300 feet at tlie Chicago lying club or cents an hour providing the la ent the Rotary club and borer is provided with a place to a m and return from Des Moines The WaterlooDes Moines air ex l0 H D press was inaugurated today when i two planes took off from the municipal field hero at S oclock for Des Moines Plans call for a trip each way a day The plane from Waterloo will leave at Dodge Youth Shot by Gangsters Thursday Nov 29 as our annual j Thanksgiving day the time has i come to look over the year and CHICAGO Nov acknowledge with grateful hearts j by gangsters because his automo favors of bile scraped theirs John C Ar head of the dairy moit at Iowa Statf college Mr McKay came to tho college 57 irs ago and was hero 1 years the niajiv depart1 AlmKlity God Business industry j cher of Fort Dodge substitute j Oh smiled the son thats the latter the visitor fastened her I eyes on an enormous stuffed head with spreading antlers God preserve us Jamie she exclaimed recoiling in alarm what sort o a fearsome bruteis iMirrl the nilot wis i Say UUl a fOr i A AmonK his students wcro the lute nvSr ind DusPk i arlcn to John Livingston manage of SonPtary II C Wallace George llyOt il IHl UllotK i t M rt A Dusek jumped when the piano was 500 feet from the ground was killed instantly Haird Janus While at Iowa Statp Janus was controls when spectators bed the wrecked plane P j particularly was work of the iutorosted in the soils agricultural die mirlwoct company Van Houteii and others who have winch is sponsoring the dally ser achieved proniiuence in Iowa and yicf piloted the first piano today j Hie nation He finds the con in which rode Mayor Glofii A trasls amajiinR between condi oponomirs and larin crops depart1 Tibbits lames A Robinson connjtions at Iowa Slate 20 years ago and commerce should pfliise a I fullback on the Northwestern unij the head of a Canadian moose moment so that the voices of versity football team is near death I Moose do ye soy cried the praise and thanksgiving may be at a hospital hero Ono of the j old woman holding up her hands j heard bullets lodged in Archers spino n consternation if thats a moose We ought to be thankful for the and if he lives he will he paraly what can yer cats be like peaceable and rational manner in zed for life doctors said oilman two reporters and now which we have hwn able to main tain a government for safety and happiness We ought o be thank ful for the civil and religious liberties with which wo are bless Chester Archer 1G Johns broth er was with him in the automobile when the gangsters Rims barked just south of tho loop district Hut was not harmed by John F Dllle Co Hyrlght Throughout the World   

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