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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 6, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY DEC 6 1927 sU nil FARM BOARD IS RECOMMENDED IN NEW MESSAGE CONTINUED FIZOM PAGE 1 the states with one or two notables exceptions have passed adequate laws for enforcement of the eigh teenth amendment Mr Coolldga de clared that The federal authorities proposed to discharge their obliga tion for enforcement to the fuU ex tent of their Railroad consolidation is necessary to the welfare of both agilculturo and industry the president said In recom mending that further legislation to facilitate this under the supervision of the Interstate commerce commission ba passed without further delay He also restated his desire for legislation which would permit him to act during coal strikes Touches on Foreign Affairs Altlio the messaga was devoted al most exclusively to domestic affairs the president did Inform congress again that American Intervention in foreign lands was merely for the pur pose of protecting the lives nnd prop erty of this countrys nationals He defended the administrations policy In China and Nicaragua and expressed the bellet that the controversy with Mexico over oil and land awe by a firm adherence to our rights and a scrupulous respect for the sovereign ty of would be solved with out impairment of friendly feeling While the presidents adherence to his former policy regarding ngricul ture did not come ns a surprise It waa noticeable because neither politi calrepercussions noihis summer in tho west seemed to have affected his viewpoint Any sound and worlcable proposal to lielp the farmer lie sola would have his earnest support but ho laid down the principle that it should aim to as sist the farmer to work own salvation socially and Taking the position that the farmer already has been assisted by a reduc tion of federal taxes nnd that agricul ture was showing signs or improving Coolidge said It Is useless to propose a tempor ary expedient What Is needed is per manency and stability Government pricefixing is known to be unsound and bound to result In disaster A gov ernment subsidy would work out in the same way Would Increase Price fixing anfl subsidy will Ijoth increase the surplus instead of di minishing It Putting tho government directly into business Is merely a com bination of subsidy and price fixing aggravated by political pressure These expedients would lead logi CANADIAN CARDINAL fllgr Raymond Koulenu arch bishop of Quebec lias been named by Pope Pius ns one of the four new cardinals to be fronted cally to telling the farmer by law what nnd how much he should plant and where he should plant it and what and how much he should sail and wero lie shouldsell it Tho most effective means of deal ing with surplus reduce the surplus acreage While this can not be done by the Individual fanner it can bo done thru the organizations already in existence thru the Information published ly the department of agri culture anci especially thru banjcs and others who supply credit refusing to flnancB an acreage manifestly too large It is impossible to provide by law for nn assured success and prosperity for all those who engage In farming If acreage becomes overextended the government can not assume responsi bility for it The government can however assist cooperative associa tions and other organizations in or derly marketingand handlinga sur plus clearly due to weather and sea sonal conditions in order to savethe producer from preventable loss Cant lie Done in Say While it is probably impossible to secure this result at a single step and much will have to be worked out oy rial and rejection a beginning could be made by sotting up a federal board or commission of able and experienced men in granting equal ad vantages under this board to the vari ius agricultural commodities and sec lions of tho country giving encourage ment to the cooperatlva movement in agriculture and providing a revolving loan fund at a moderate rate of inter eat for the necessary financing Such legislation would lay the foundation for a permanent solution of the sur plus Any1 attempt to revise laws affect ing the federal revenues Mr Coolidge declared should bo approached with a desire to sustain the national budget Significant admonition wns given congress that the duty for framing a tax bill was peculiarly Its own and that it should guard against special interests too often selfish always un informed of the national needs as a whole with hired agents using their proposed beneficiaries ns engines of Being a nation which relics upon its ability to maintain peace byfair deal ing nnd good will rather than by fores the president advocated the maintenance of a moderate army and navy He added however the need for considerable naval expansion had been demonstrated some time ago and that in roundingout its navy the United States would not be moved by failure of the Geneva armament conference He said the United States 13 ready and willing to continue tlfo prepara tory investigations on the general sub ject of limitation of armaments which have been started under the auspices of the league of Everyone Mr Coolidge said that had a three power agree ment been reached it would have left us with the necessity of continuing our building program The failure to agree should not cause us to build either more or less than we other wise should Wants No Competition Any future treaty of limitation will call on us for more ships We should enter on no competition We should refrain from no needful The president himself In favor of a Gulf to the Atlantic water way expressing the opinion that a route thru the St Lawrence river would be cheaper and more expedi tious The president declared that stabili zation of great lakes remained to be considered ao that they may be opened to the sea congress having already authorized the general improvement of the Mississippi system This stabili zation would provide a guiC to the At lantic waterway indorsed by Mr Cpolidge in his Philadelphia speech before the Union lejigue and his mes sage declared that two boards of en gineers had decided the St Lawrence river the more expeditious and cheap er While he favored proposals for pro moting peace thruout the world Mr Coolidge declared that the United States should continue to promote peace by example and fortily it by such international covenants against war as we are permitted under our constitution to JUNIOR CORN KING Virgil Joyce 15 of Washington township Carroll county Indiana lias been crownotl international junior corn king at the Seed and Feed show Chicago 111 He ex hibited the 10 winning oars of corn at the Chicago show Army Engineers Are Planning on Channel Development Project WASHINGTON Dec A total of in new channel development work on the Mississippi river between Ohio and Missouri dur ing tho next fiscal year is contem plated by armyengineers The growing use of the river section between Cairo and St the annual report on tho subject states requires an assured depth and stabil ized location of the channel and with maintenance and upkeep operations in addition to new work the estimated total expenditure for the next fiscal year in this section will reach 000 The new work falls into two sec lions New regulating work by the government itself with hired labor wil take about and similar work to bo done under contract another Bohemian Group Gives Play OSAGE Dec Western Bo liemian Fraternal association will give a three act play Friday evening in the Bohemian hall east of St Ansgar The proceeds of the evenings enter tainment Lighthouse will go for their Christmas cheer fund for the orphans and old folks It was a moefcjnS indent that f rested this one ion On one sido a youth supposed Jo be n paragon of innocencn and nttue surprised m the atraSot a notorious woman on tho other the I end popular girl wfio jilted Story 1 IN the fnnin lounge of a college fraternity a youth reading friend enters What ho big boy Not stepping out tonight Aw so long Oot a redhit mamma that craves Two coeds on the campus First girl Im taking that goodlooking fraternity boy to the Second Girl That poor sap Hed no more think of kissing a girl than strangling his Cm The fratttnity lounge few months later The studious youth his face now white and drawn gets up to leave Where friend tequif es Who replica He goes to his room and with the chilling laugh of a man whose soul is sick and screaming he smashes the picture of a beautiful Civ Just as a sp a rk may start a terribleco nflagt atio n so these cynical youths are soon to stand aghast at the violence terror shame and ruin that follows The whol e story i s frankly fearlessly told in Hells January True Story Mag azine No true chronicle ever published weaves such a spell of pity for thoughtless reckless pleasuremad Stories of Real Life Thrillingly Told YO Oil TTL B WILD CA he die d A motherless flrft longing to escape iha crude eurroundfnds of her homo 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its waning influence and Cleveland Chicago and Philadelphia hovered in tho background in the event developments should favor a dark The controversy in the committee over what part President Coolidge would haveln the next campaign lias assumed lively aspects From the western members has come the sug gestion that the party workers call Mr Coolidges Black Hills statement final and direct their energies toward other men available for the nomina tion but the eastern members main tained the party could not be sure of the presidents stand unless he issued a more definite statement J Henry Rorabeck commHteeman from Connecticut as to predict that unless Mr Coolidgo took himself more definitely out the race his nomination is This view was held also by Hamilton P ICean committeeman for New Jer sey who said that unless something ocourred to change sentiment it seemed to him that New Jersey would send a delegation to tho convention pledged to Mr Coollcjee West Rallies Arolmil Lowden Former Governor ijtyde oE Missouri reported sentiment in his state still strong for the president From the Tveat however came a dlf orent story Charles A Rawson Iowa and W E Mulligan South Da kota reported activity well under way on behalf of Frank O Lowden with an undercurrent of sentiment for Vlco President Dawcs if the former Illi nois governor shows insufficient strength The committeemen from Oregon Washington Wyoming Colo rado and California persisted in their previously expressed opinion that Mr Coolidge had to be understood as meaning he was going to leave the White House and all reported their states for Secretary Hoover That the opposing views of the cast and west on this question will be ameliorated before the committee meeting adjourns seemed aquestion able possibility lauds Cooliflge Record opening speech of Chairman Butler was devoted entirely to an eulogy of the republican party and an expression lor the ser vice of Mr Coolldge The administration President Calvin he said been marked bythe advocacy of policies consistent with public economy sound politicalprinciples and broad humani tarian adding that tho rec ord of his term of office for meeting tho problem of public taxation is a ecord of tax reduction debt reduction and reduction of fixed charges and routine operating expenses without parallel in the history oC this or any other OPENING MOVE Conference and Western Solons Nearly Come to Split WASHINGTON Dec 6 New storni clouds gathered over capi tol bill today as the new congress in the second day of its session bled to hear tho reading ol President Coolldges annual message Not only did the presidential mes sage disclose a chief executive stand ing pat on those controversial sub jects which have been the source Ills greatest opposition in senate and house but tho senate itaelE uncovered a now clement of uncertainty and po litical controversy in He own ranks First Skirmish Over Just before the annual message was received at thecapital by messen ger to be read to each house separate ly by its clerks senate republicans all taut threw down tho gauntlet to the group of five western independ ents who are demanding certain legis lative assurances on fnrin relief and other subjects before they support the republican slate of senate officers Tho conference after some plain talk about telling the Independents to go ns far as they liked finally did au thorize a continuation of negotiations Cut May Bo 23G Million WASHINGTON Doc The first major piece of legislation for the now congress the new 000 tax reduction bill today was in troduced in the house The total reduction proposed by the measure Is about above ths maximum cut of recom mended by the treasury Included among the proposed rate revisions aro the following Reduction from 1314 to per cent In the tax rate on corporation in comes and increase from to in exemptions granted corpora tions with incomes not exceeding Slicing in hnIC of tho sales tax on automobiles and a similar cut in ths tax on club 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