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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 11, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight and probably Sun day warmer In west and north por tions tonight and in southeast portion Sunday AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY FEB UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 108 FOX WILUfNOW FATE TUESDAY THIRD TERM IS FROWNED ON IN VOTE BYSENATE Solons Think Presidents Should Retire After Second Tenure WASHINGTON Feb the opinion of the senate American presidents should retire from office after their second Fiftysix members ot the senate so believe and over the opposing votes of 26 others they have put the senate on record to that effect hy adopting Vne resolution ot Senator LaFollette republican Wisconsin declaring It would be unwise and unpatriotic foi executives to depart from the prec edent established by Washington and other Cut Coolldge Reference Adopted after tour days of debate that centered largely on Its bearing upon President Coolidge the resolu tion was trimmed of its paragraph commending the observance ot this precedent by the This was elminated by Senator LaFollette when Senator Fess republican Ohio had moved to have It stricken out LaFollette said he had added the paragraph in all sincerity because 3 thot President Coolidge by his state ments had definitely eliminated him self from the race and was observing tills He said it was ap rent however that friends of Sir were preparing to draft him sat the president has not fore his nator Fess proposal to reword that it from its by having it apply to secon terms was defeated 1 paragraph was opposed bj inistratlon senators who said II I reflect upon Slrl Coolidge who argued might still accept the linatlon In goodfaith Democrats the paragrapli did not accept in Jgood faith the presidents statement that he did not choose to run Fess Loses Third Time Senator Fess a third time was de feated with a rumbling of nays when ho sought to eliminate a phrase declaring third terms unpatriotic and fraught with peril to our free In Senator Bingham then proposed ar exception to the third term rule in case of great national but that didnt even reach a roll call The same fate killed off an amend ment by Senator Nelly democrat West Virginia which would have re moved the resolutions application i President Coolidge It he changes hif mind and decides to become a candi FIRST LADY BETTER IDENTIFY HAT OF INDIAN A DEPUTY Two Officers Taking Prison ers to Pen Still Un accounted For LAFAYETE Feb ho found on the road near Maple Point two and onehalt miles east ot Lafuy ette was brot here today and Ident j ried as that worn by J R Groves on of the two deputy sheriffs who wit two prisoners disappeared Tuesda while enroute by automobile to th Pendleton state reformatory The hat bore the initials J P G belt from a corduroy coat suppose to have belonged to Tohn Burns on oC the prisoners also was picked u near Maple Point Hope Fades for 44 Canadian Miners EASTERN BLAST KILLS 10 MEN OTHERS INJURED EDISON 81 TODAY WASHING 10 N eb don itlon of Mrs Cut in Coolidge who as been confined her room for four ays is improving 11 engagements for 16 wife of the pres eiit Jmvo Iieen cnn d until further otice glie is sutfer ng from a severe aln in tiie side it as announced Mrs Coolidge Will Rogers BEVERLY Feb 10 My good friend Bill Borah makes life miserable for these presidential candidates Every time a new one shies his helmet Into what he hopes will be the presidential ring why Borah floors him with the question How do you stand on tho prohi bition fjuestion and the poor fel low not knowing which side the most votes are on Is stuck before he starts There are men bareheaded In this race now tliat will bo mmstruek be fore even the heat of Kansas City and Houston lilts em Yours with a hat on ROGERS Copyright Masons Will Direct W C Ramsay Rites Belmond Citizens Complete Plans for Funeral at 2 OCIock Sunday BELMOND Feu body ot Valter C Ramsay secretary of state vho died in DOS Moines early Thnrs lay morning will lie in state in the ublic library here from 9 oclock Sun lay morning until noon after which fcWfKuTbe taken to church where the second funeral serv ces will be held Mr Ramsays body will reach Clarion from Des IWojnes at 4 oclock Sunday morning There it will be met by a Masonic delegation from here headed by Hal Lulck grand master of the Bel mond Masonic order and escorted to he Belmond library Vim Metre to Give Sermon The services will be held at 2 oclock n charge of the local Masonic body f which the Iowa secretary of state vas a member for many years The uneraL sermon will be delivered by he Rev C H Van Metre Garner a ormer Belmond resident and pas tor for the Ilamsaya when they re sided here He will be assisted by the Rev Bryan Wright local Congregational astor It has been requested that the choir of the Congregational church furnish the music The pallbearers announced by Mr Lulck who has charge of the funeral arrangements here all old friends of the Ramsay family are as follows Herman L Schultz C Dr F A Stevens Dv II Li Gowdy G Elder and A Luick All reside n Belmond with tho exception ot Mr Lulck whose home is in Minneapolis Bucinl In Bclniontl Cemetery Tiie burial in charge of the Masons will be in the Ramsay lot In the local cemetery Arrangements have been made to accommodate the out of town visitors at dinner Sunday In the basement of the library by the Eastern Star to which Mr Ramsay belonged It Is recalled here that Mr Ram says body will lie in state In the library building controled by a hoard three of whose members were ap pointed years ago by Mr Ramsay while he was Belmonds mnyor ROCKEFELLER IS UNABLE TO TELL WHOGOTMONEY Oil Witness Bitterly Dis appointed in Actions of Stewart WASHINGTON Feb John Rockefeller whose family name is synonymous with the devel opment of the oil industry told the senate Teapot Dome committee today that he could throw no light on the disposition of the elusive Liberty bonds of theContinental Trading com pany of Canada Appearing in a committee room choked with spectators the son of the famous oil magnate expressed a de sire that the facts about the deal and the national scandal growing out of It should be brut to light so that the reputation of the oil business might be cleared but he could not answer the vital question the committee pro Nicaragua Trouble Termed Private War of Coolidge pounded Rockefeller declared himself to be bitterly disappointed that RobeJI W Stewart chairman of the board of the Standard Oil company oC Indiana had riskd a jail sentence to withhold testimony before the committee but at the same time he expressed the ut most confidence in Stewarts integrity I totally disagree with the position has Rockefeller said the commit tee that in conferences with the chair man ot the Indiana board he had no discussed the matter except to re ceive Stewarts neilhei ilnisele nor his company had profitet from the Continental deal Stewart was among those who uaranteed the contract of the Con tlntal when that company bought ol a barrel and resold it to Stewarts ajid other companies for It is the governments contention hat ot the profits ot the Continental went to Albert B Ful after the lease oC Teapot Dome to Harry F Sinclair BODY AT CAPITOL Senator Wheeler Attacks American Policy in Republic CLEVELAND Feb raining vitriolic guns upon tho Nlc raguan policy of the Washington overnment Senator Wheeler demo rat Montana declared here today hat recent American activities In the ittle republic have constituted a war Iaged privately by Calvin Coolldge In efiauce of the constitution without lie consent of congress or the ap of the American Nicaragua he asserted in an ad dress before the City club ot Cleve and has been reduced from a sover Ign state to a Wall street protec Sacrificed 700 Moreover the Montanan charged he Coolidge administration with liav sacrificed at least 700 lives in Nicaragua deviated from the policy it economy squandered countless our public treasury anrt ost our country tho good will ot all South and Central America and nitted certain Wall street bankers to Inally fasten their financial tentacles upon tho unfortunate Nicarnguan na ion and suclc it Wo have dealt harshly enough with Haiti San Domingo and other Caribbean lie continued but our treatment of Nicaragua IE the most disgraceful chapter ot our whole course of dollar diplomacy and every real American knows the whole ghastly history ot thia crime must MOINES Feb Walter C Ramsay citizen and friend ot the commonwealth of Iowa came back to the stntehouse today to rest for a little while beneath the golden dome so that the friends who loved him in life for his sterling worth could bid him last farewell ere he goes home Resting on a threetterred cata falque bonked high with roses palms and ferns tiie body of the late secre1 tary of state received the final tribute that a state gives to Its departed govj crnors and senators Thus did a state honor an humble citizen and an effi cient officer The body placed in the exact center of the lower floor of the capitol rotunda was guarded hy four Iowa national guardsmen standing silently TURN TO PAGR 1G IOWA MINERS GETINCREASE New Wage Scale in Center ville District to Go Into Effect April 1 CENTERVILIVE Feb A new wage scale to so Into eCCec April 1 was agreed upon here las night by a joint committee acting fo the Southwest Coal Operators associa tion and the United Brotherhood o inerK Slight increases over the 1017 seal now in effect were granted in some classes by the agreement which mem bers of tho committee said was de signed to bring about equallration be tween the different classes ot labor Machine runners were given an in crease from 18 to 22 cents a ton pick miners got a fraction increase to a ton and loaders remained unchanged at 93 cents a ton Some classes vf day labor advanced to a ton while others remained at and Leaders said that complete harmony existed in the conference and satis faction with results expressed Twentyone mines and 850 miners in Appanoose county are parties to the agreement SENATOR BURTON WHEELER Slaughter Is Continued by Chinese Red buiied by At another point ha declared1 thai if tlie American people hopeless apa thetlc duped by tiie systematic prop Uganda of tlie state department hac not lost every memory of true Amer ican tradition they would protest so loudly that this administration would stop this unjustifiable war and the killing of innocent men women and children When the history ot our times if written truthfully this admlnlstra tfon will be called to account for its unwarranted conduct which lias been actuated solely for tnc beneTit of o very few Wall street banking firms no matter how much they may seek to hide behind a paper Using such terms ns sophomorlc utterauces and pfoua Senator Wheeler at the outset ot his address launched upon a criticism of President Coolidges recent speech fore the PanAmerican conference al Havana Slnms Cooliilgo Sir Coolidges reference to tile Gol tlen Rule he called tho golden rule of Wall street that Mr Coolidge had and asserted revealed anew his lack of understanding ot the facts sinrounding our dealings with the Car ribean And even ns Mr Coolidge was dellv ering his ncldreas the senator said tile Havana newsboys were selling extrastelling about American bomb Ing planes scattering death and terror over defenseless Nicaraguan vil ported in of Communist Power CANTON Feb sale murders of propertied classes ar taking place In Kwangtung province The communist activities which re suited In upheavals In Canton in DC eember wlien 1000 persons were slain are reassuming appreciable propor tions Disorders have occurred at vnr lous localities The coast urea 100 miles north o Hongkong centering around Kelche hin and Honghai bays is tho out standing stronghold communism to day There more than farmers fishermen and have gone They a million saltmaker have llshod a commune wiped out titles t land arid confiscated property oC the wealthy The movement Is spreading Whole sale murders of landowners andmet chants have occurred In many case whole families were wiped out Man villages have been besieged and rnzci by tho rods The village elders wen decapitated their hcnda were mountoi onpolesand sent to villages riearb is a warning of tho fnte to be vlsitpi on the Inhabitants in coso they o posed communism Our Weather Man WEATHER OUTLOOK GlobeGazette weather figurefl for 24 hour period ending at oclock a m Saturday HiRlicst Frliiny In night At n For tlie upper Mississippi and lower Mlssouri xralleys Mostly fair weather with only brief periods of precipitation thruout tlie week variable tempera ture and mostly ahovo normal thruout districts hut moderate cold spell middle nnd ngaln at end ot weelc in north portions Tho sun was entirely successful in Its contest with the clouds Friday and again Saturday morning it had the sit uation In hand Fridays maximum o 42 has been surpassed only once since the first of the month nltho it was equaled on one other occasion The blanket of snow which covered the ground Thursday had all but disap peared by Saturday noon COSTES LEBRIX ARE SAFE IN Frenchmen Accompanied by Yankee Escort Complete Long Flight MITCHKI N Fell Costes and Joseph Jjeltrlx French goort will flyers whose course lias led diem over four continents during tho past four months hunted hero nt oclock today from Wash ington WASHINGTON Feb French tlypra Costca ond IsClirlx left Boiling field at oclock this morn Ing on their flight to Now York A convoy of nine army and three navy planes flew with them Ambassador was one of those who saw tho aviators fly away In continuation of their long air jour ney which already has tulcen them over South America said before leaving that de tails of their proposed transcontinen tal flight which may take them to San Francisco would lie decided upon after arrival in Xew York The convoy of nrmy and nnvy planes is expected to accompany the Frenchmen all tho way to York Shaft Car Makes Several Trips in Vain Effort to Get Victims BULLETIN TIMMINS Feb of some 46 miners en trapped in the HolHnger mine were rescued this afternoon Wan lute hopes were rekindled by this first success of the rescuers anil officials believed others might lie saved TIMMINS Feb he cage in shaft 11 of the burning lollinser gold mine made Its fruitless rips up ond down the smokeladen ntryway hope faded today for the 44 men believed trapped oti lower levels Thru the night the wives und chil dren of the imprisoned miners kept 11 at the mlnehead weeping and ying but each return of the empty car dimmed their hopes The car was on the chance that some ot the nen might win their way to the shaft ind survive tho trip past tho burning 550 foot level They are believed to be on the level Just below the fire Fire bodies had been recovered The only two Identified were those ot Martin Btavenn shalt and Ira hadT been caused by suffocation from 61110119 and carbon monoxide gas A possibility that some bt the 44 men believed missing had made their way safely o the top unreported could not be definitely determined un til a tboro check of the miners coulcl be made today Between 800 and 900 men made their way safely out of the mine yesterday There were conflicting reports of ho source of tlie blaze The most au thentic being that it had started In a pile of rubbish on the 530 foot level The fire was discovered yesterday morning shortly after tlie day shift of miners oclock ATTORNEY ASKS ANOTHER TRIAL DUE TO ERRORS THOMAS A EDISON Evidence Said tdf Have Been Discovered Boy Unwomed School Children at Fete in Honor of Aged Inventor FORT MYERS Fob A Kdisons elghtytirs Birthday arrived today bringing wit It the first public function the Inven tor has ever attended to honor his an testimonial fete hero In which school children were the principal devotees Only one other event of the day wne arranged to take the wizard of Menlo park from the tropical his rw Inter home onthe TiankB of th a had gone to work at 8 TEN DIE IN BLAST EVERETT Feb Ten men were known to he dead at lions plants with which ho Is experl to thoiocal telegraph office late to touch a key to set in inotion tf machinery of a nejv electric lighting plant in Bellinghnm Wash At the celebration lit his honor in the Municipal Recreation park enormous birthday cako focussed in terest of the many who today pale Mr Edison homage The cake lit by SI electric candles was to be cut by the Inventor and distributed among bis friends Other quiet formalities were ar ranged for tlie remainder of the day On his luncheon menu at home ap peared fresh strawberries a concps sion on the part of Mrs Kclison who assiduously guards her husbands diet localise of what tho calls old fasli oned dyspepsia despite the fancy lames the doctors give The ber ries were grown In Mr ISdlsons own garden flourishing in tho same trop cat soil ho Is now using to grow var LOS ANGELES Feb sentencing ot William ivard HIelcman for tho murder of an Parker today was postponed to next Tuesday by Superior Judge J J Trabucco at which time ivill be heard on the motion for a new trial filed today by counsel lor tha Nearly a score of trial errom and deprivations ot rlghta ot the defend ajit were set forth by Jerome Wnloh chief defense counsel in his motion for a new trial Walsh also asserted that new evi dence had been discovered which material and admissible and which could not with reasonable diligence have been discovered Errors of Ho alleged there were errors ot law In his clients sanity trial that the verdict was contrary to the evi dence that the court erred in grant ng the plaintiff the right to issue jury hallenges after It the state had asued tho Jury that tho defendant lad been legally deprived ot his right o a Jury trial for murder and that In violation ot tho constitution ot the United States he had been compelled to be a witness against himself Attorneys Interpreted the clairn to refer to the ot Che I f aJMerteflJ r least 1 half a dozen more were miss ing and ns many again were In criti cal condition In various hospitals to day as tlie result ot the partial de struction yesterday afternoon of the TURN TO PAGE 7 The tourist is funny He trios to do a foreign city in 21 hours tho he lias learned little about his own cits la 21 Review MAN ARRESTED AT MANLY FINED Missouri Teacher Must Pay for Kidnaping Young Woman MAXL1 Feb Rennells Unionville rural sehofA teacher who was arrested here In connection with the kidnaping of Pauline Thompson also a teacher in a rural school near Unionville was fined 000 mid costs there by Judgo B L Woods following his conviction on the kidnaping charge according to word received here today lie paid j of the fine and was paroled According to Miss Thompsons story Rennells cahio to her school on IJec 26 and at the point of a sun forced her to accompany him The two traveled all night anj all the next day In Rennells car reaching Own tonna nml then turning baclc After stopping In Manly for some thing to eat they went to a Manly hotel Thompson appealed to persons at tho hotel for aid and Rennells was arrested and placed in tlie Worth county jail Miss Thompson returned to her home and Honnells was taken back hy Missouri officials H was learned that the couple had slept in Rennells ear in tho yard of Walter Pedclty for several hours the morn Ing following tlie kidnaping The story of the case given here was that Miss Thompson had gone with Rennella for some time but that she HJ not want to marry the mnn wns arrested nt Manly Mis Thompson nt first said she dldnot want anything done to him When told that lie had tho two were engaged shf said to do whatevei you like with hinp Accident Delays Levine Endurance Record Effort ROOSEVELT N Feb minor accident to tho monoplane Columbia as it was taking off today with WllmeiStultz as pilot and Charles A Levine as passenger caused a oneday postponement of the latest attempt to bring tlie endurance flight record back to America The GlobeGazette Offers Readers Book on Balanced Diets you serving wellbalanced meals The problems ot food Kelec tlon often cause the conscientious housewife a good deal of worry Adequacy wholesomeness attrac tiveness and cost must all be con sidered Tho government booklet entitled Good proportions In the Diet covers thoroly every detail of food selection It tells what kinds ot food are needed gives the propor tions and amounts of food re quired and suggests a number ot menus for wellbalanced mealH Kvery who is responsible for tho of a household should have a copy of thia booklet Send for today Fill out and mail the coupon below enclosing four in stamps for return postage and handling mentlng in his finest for nil American supply of rubber Harvey S Firestone rubber manu facturer was hero to join Mr Kdison In celebrating his birthday Henry Ford unable to attend Frederic J Hnslitn Director Tlio Mason City GlobcGnzeltc Information Itiircau Washington C I enclose herewith 1 renla In stamps for a copy of the hnoli let OOOI PROPORTIONS JN TIIK DUCT Street City Stale OSAGE MAN IS GIVENSENTENCE Kelley Pleads Guilty to Charge Substituted for Original A serious charge Thomas Ivtiley wns dismissed Satur day noon following a conference be tween attorneys for tfoo prosecution and defense and man guilty to a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor Kelley was given the maximum sentence of 30 clays In the county jail and n J10U fino he appeared be fore fudge J J tljirk in dstrlct court lid already has boon in iuil fom The plytt of guilty mnile to a county attorneys Information filed hy Hoe Thompson county attor ney of Cerro Clotdo county Tho serious charge against Kolley a married man dropped on ac count of a total of corrobora tive evidence according to Mr Thomp son Considerable interest in tho case was evidenced in Usage It wan nl1 legod that and Miss Anna Chrencik Hi stayed nt tho Masonlan hotel on North Federal uvcntic about TJcn s Following Kelltys ui rest lie had Mr Chrencilc urrcslwl on a charge of stealing coal hearing for Mr Kelley to j have been hold on Fch 11 but it had boon postpone to Fell IS on account of tho illnesH of ono of the stales witnesses that the court erred in In structing tlie Jury and that tho Jury received evidence out of court Would Appeal Case After Walsh had read the grounds for his motion he Informed the court that all would be entered in affidavit orm TJie court then ruled that Uio sen encing would be delayed to Tuesday uornlng when arguments on the mo ion first would be heard If the new rial Is denied Walsh has indicated le would Impose an arrest of judg ment 1C this also is denied the sen oncing is expected to follow after vliich notice of an appeal to the Cali ornla supremo court would bo filed Aalsh has stated Confesses New Crime On tho evo ot the day formally set or his sentence Hickman told his at of a hitherto unconfessed crime As quoted by his counsel Hlcltman declared that two mouths before and 16 year old Welby Hunt came to California and staged the holdup which resulted in tho shooting and ilenth of C Ivy Thorns druggist they attempted a Kansas City rob jery In which they engaged in a gun battle with a night watchman Illcknmns story was substantiated generally by Ham Wallace watchman for a sporting goods company at Kan sas City Officials said Hunt admitted he was with Illckman on the nUfht named but he refused to say who fired the shots Youth Not Scared Trial of the two for tho murder has been set for Fefc IB At torneys believe that for Hlckman at least it probably will be delayed un II after final disposition of tho Marian Parker case his attorneys continued lesral maneuvers Illckman Informed vtsltoxs ho was ready for sentence It hasnt got mo scared told newspapermen I wont xrmv Rrny hnlrs heoails someone passes a death Tliiys Kagh Crnve Itrstilcnce GROVK Feb Focht county suyeiintendent ur schools has sold his residence here ii Ward Rarnos publisher of tlie Grove Kaple Mi does not peet to possession before next AUNT HEX By Robert Quillcn f like o sno people he tiiv hill nint no sense in Pa liikiu a balh evrr nili when lt ninl but throe suils of heavy iimlervvcfUY   

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