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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION IVOL XXXV CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT TOW A TPRTTiAV IUWA j KiUA i 16 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL BBRVICB 33 TUTTLE CALLS CHIEF OFFICER OF VESTRIS FEASTS START AS TRIBUTE TO NIPPONS RULER Scenes of Dazzling Bril liance Enacted in Ban quet Hall Japan Nov 16 Feast ing In celebration of the enthrone Lent of Emperor Hlrohltq began to lay In the new banquet hall in the periaj palace enclosure especially irectefl for the occasion at cost of quarter of a million yen This state banquet first ot three re iuired by the meticulous enthrone I ment regulations signalized comple aon of the more solemn ceremonies by which the emperor announced his ac I cession to the gods of the national pantheon to the Imperial ancestors to his own people and the nations of the world More than persons including tforeign diplomats and their wives 3were the guests of the sovereigns at Jtodays banquet a feast of Japanese Jlelicacles served in the fashion the court The small American was headed by Ambassador MacVeagh and Mrs Mac veasli and included Eugene Neville Consul general and Mrs Neville and jLieut Col Charles Burnett military and Mrs Burnett Dance Climaxes Function The climax of the function was tho lassical dance known as performed by five young girls daugh ters nobles ot high rank selected Sor this honor months ago and care fully trained since then The ieastins in the beautiful new hall at Kyoto was only the central Vurictlon of a natlonwldo celebration in all the principal cities of the em Itpire including the colonies and de ipendencles similar were held or me imperial JiaH wius the elevated nlatform from which the emperor pith his consort on hits left presided pavilion is a triumph of the ot the Japanese woodworker of freeh white wood and mlr Irorllke lacquered surfaces Every thing suggested old ficent tapestries decorated by re jtoweij artists o classical times bril liant screens of goldleaf curtains ol yichly figured silk Makes Striking When the guests were placed the jjkunperor wearing his full dress unl orm aa generallssimo previously an lounced by tho master of ceremonies the hall accompanied by hir The sacred sword and jewel of sovereignty were placed n a table beside the imperial dair hlle members of the imperial family d themselves in rows to the and left at the throne Gorgeous the jmost exquisite embroidery art worn Toy Japanese womenthruout the hall Were splashes of color which blended with the rich background tapestry while the central scene tho Imperial family was seatefl under a blaze of light formed a pic tuve of striking magnificence c The GlobeGazette School Children New Map of Europe Every school child should have a copy of this map Hussla has 25 cities with more than population How many ot them can you name Soviet Russia has finally been mapped according to postrevolu tion data with new spellings etc Russian cities are listed with the other 200 leading cities oC Europe In population tables accompanying the NEW MAP OP EUROPE This new corrected map with old aud new boundaries and other changes Is offered to readers of newspaper thru our Wash ington information bureau at a and handling cost ot 10 cents In full colors 21 by 28 Inches on heavy paper the coupon below J Haakin Director grhe Mason Cltf GlobeGazette Information Eureati D C rf I Inclose herewith 10 cents in 1 coin or for copy of the NEW MAP OF EUROPE Street Former Oklahoma Deputy Sheriff Slays Two Next Mexican President Supports Minimum Wage Emilio Gil Would Give Each Worker Annual Vacation JllEXICO CITY Nov U imum wage and annual vacations with pay would be assured workers in Merlco under a labor code which Emlllo Fortes Gil Mexicos incoming president intends to submit to con gress Other provisions ot the code Include Compulsory arbitration of labor dis putes restriction ot labor by minors and women an eight hour day and six day week conscription of labor in case of national need abolition of sa loons and gambling houses in labor centers Senor Portes Gil who now Is secre tary of Interior placed his proposals before tha congress of workers employers He said they represented his own ideas and those of tho late Presidentelect Alvaro Obregon Right to Strike The minimum wage would be fixed In accordance with tho cost of living In addition to annual vacations with pay tho workers would have four an nual holidays The right to strike would rec ognized but violence foibidden Bach plant would have an arbitra tion tribunal composed of an equal number of representatives of workers and employers Such disputes as the company courts were unableto settle would go to municipal court of three members They would ba a central arbitration board In each state capital Tha na tion wouuld bo divided into she dis tricts with a labor tribunal In each dis trict At fhft peak of the system of pellata tribunals would be a national TURN TO PAGE 6 COLUMN 5 BANK BALANCE Campaign Cost About 3 Mil lion Treasurer Nutt Reports CLEVELAND Ohio Nov 16 The republican party aided by the largest number of contributions ever made to a political campaign chest probably will come thru the 1928 pre election contest with a surplus in the opinion of Joseph R Nutt treasurer of the partys national committee He said the total expenditure by the rarty would approximate the 00 mark estimated by PresidentElect Hoover at the start of the campaign nnd In any event would be well un der SEVERE STORM CAUSES DEATH OF OKLAHOMAN Three Persons Hurt in Hard Wind Storm Near Orlando ORJkANDO Nov 16 One woman was killed a youth was fatally Injured and three other per sons were hurt here last night when a severe wind storm hit the of Orlando demolishing two homes and a barn and damaging several other houses The body Mrs Jolm Stevens was taken from the wreckage of her home shortly after the storm passed and her husband severely Injured also was fouund in the debris Ernest Thedfordl 17 year old high school stu dent was fatally injured when a barn collapsed The wind which had none ot the peculiarities of a tornado swept along a narrow path across portions of Logan and Noble counties with ter rific forca being accompanied by rain of almost cloudburst proportions Light power and communication lines were twisted and ripped away leaving the territory in darkness and without telegraph or telephone ser vice for some Tho business sec tion ol Orlando damage Harriptori Main Hurt Slightly in Wreck on Rockwell Road HAMPTON Nov 16 A D Fowler Hampton resident who was injured in in automobile crash oh tho Sliefficld Rockwell road early Thursday eve ning was discharged this morning from tho hospital lie had been only slightly hurt The accident happened about oclock In tho afternoon Fowler was on his way to Hampton when his car collided with a parked automobile three miles south of Rockwell The narked car is owned by Gibb Adams Iowa Falls who hail stopped to re pair a tire Fowlers car struck the Adams auto a terrific smash and both cars were considerably wrecked Adams was not injured ROUTE AMERICAN TRIP I Killer Says Victims Were Trespassing Alleged Poachers on Gun I Club Preserve Die in 1 Gun Battle CANTO ANA NOV is WVA J death battle waged with a rifle and two shotguns following the warn ing shot fired at tho hunting dog of two alleged game poachers found a iharpshootlng gun clubs keeper in jail here today while authorities in vestigated his story that killed two trespassers after they hnd tired at him The two hunters who wero assert ed to have trespassed upon the duck hunting preserves of the California Gun club were OrlleII Mahon 40 and Tohn D Callicot 10 of Sunset Beach Cal J W Montgom ery once a deputy sheriff In Okla homa was held as their slayer He surrendered voluntarily to police af ter having escaped the battle un scathed Calmly Montgomery told officers his version of the shooting which oc curred In an isolated marsh yester day Ho exhibited a shotpunctured hat as evidence of an attack upon him Each of his victims diet with a bullet thru the heart Tha club keeper said the two men hecanie enraged when ho discharged his rifle at their hunting dogs as they stallced thru the clubs preserves shotguns beneath their arms Callicot COMPANY MAY HAVE ORDERED SHIP TO GO ON Survivors Claim Incom petence on Part of Crew BULLETIN LONDON NOT 16 Imperial Merchants Service Guild has cabled its New York Instructing hem to protect good name ot their member late Capt William J Carey of Vestris at tlie official inquiry in New York METW TORK NOT JVank chief officer of tris and thras minor aervod with today to ii pear beforn ths federal Inquiry inM disaster Earlier In the Federal Attorney Charles IT Tuttle had announced thM Johnson could not be found Govern ment agents howover reached him at the Hotel Holley to which he had gone after arrivinghert on n rescue ship Hie other subpoenaed J O Bulger second officer H Wellaml third officer and Verchere third wlrclesi of leer four were expected to testify afternoon Wantj Correspondence NEW TOR1C Nov 16 ing his investigation of the sink ing ot the British liner Vestris and loss of 111 lives United States Attor approachecJ him cursing Monlgom ney Tuttlo today had under aubpoerm said The keeper declared he at1he wireless correspondence between tempted to reason with the tres1 Captain Carey of the Vestris and passers but that Callicot cut the ari boats owners the Lamport and Holt PresidentElect Hoovers trip to South America starting Mondayv Will take Wm over approximately mHes of territory The general route in shown on the map above He will occupy the admirals the V S S Maryland above left us far as Vnlnaraiso Cliil He win then travel by train to Huenos Aires turn on some other naval vessel Hoover Faces Ticklish Situation in Nicaragua Bitter Political Enemies Seek Honors of Greeting American By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer STANFORD UNIVERSITY Nov 16 many details or the itinerary for his goodwill voyage to South America still to be worked out Herbert Hoover today faced the difficult diplomatic task of working out the character of the message he was to deliver to Nicaragua when he touches that turbulent centralAmeri can republic In the elections supervised by the United States marines and which took place but two days before his own the I conservative party in resented by President Diaz whom the United States had recognized was de feated and Gen Jose Maria Mpncada a liberal wns elected It may be that when the battleship Maryland docks at Corinto the presidentelect will be met by both tho presidentelect o Nic aragua and the conservative represen tative President Diaz The diplomatic difficulties are en hanced by the fact that altho the Unit ed States refused to recognize Cliam orro a conservative after Sacasn a liberal president had been unseated by a revolution It recognize Diaz who was selected by the Nicaraguan congress to succeed him In the revo lutions which followed the United States marines were sent to the coun try and they remained there to super vise the election In which another lib eral was chosen Already during the course of his campaign the presidentelect hns touched upon the general subject of armed intervention abroad express ing In his Boston a hope thai such Incidents would not Rguin occur Baxehall Executive Dies PHILADELPHIA Nov 16 Horace SFogel former baseball ex ecutive who helped develop Christy Mathewson died of apoplexy yester day He was 66 years old and had been several years Will Rogers NEW YORK Nov body has been wondering what Ar Coolidge will do after March 4 Well one thing is certain after is suing that Armistice day speech ho had no Idea ot being made am bassador to England or France I fee they have promised thla Kotlistein mur Ucrer now If ho will come in and fvo up they uill give him a medal nnd his gun backI think 1C he hcicls out they will lo by him the Knme as tho otiitr p r o in i n e 11 t guests They will him the keys of tho city Why rt o r every pence envoy always go on a bnttleship No wonder Lindberghs trip was so welt received Yours WCLT ROOERS Copyright ROGERS WALKER GIVES POLICEONE DAY Officers Must Find Evidence of Gamblers Slayer or Quit NKW YORK Nov Ifi Walker has given police until today to produce some further facts in the kill ing of Arnold Rothstein big Broadway gambler or he will take action Calling Police Commissioner War ren District Attorney Carey 14 de tectives and two patrolmen to his of fices yesterday the mayor questioned them fully as to what progress had been made Tho questioning required an hour and a half At its conclusion themayor issued tlie following statement I have insisted that either the de tective bureau produce further facts In this case by Monday or else admit Storm Loss in Beiiton Is Near Seven Persons Injured in Tornado Late Reports Show VINTON Nov 1C damage from Wednesdays tornado was estimated at from to 000 in Uenton county today ns details of destruction by the hiffh wind were received here over almost Impassable VETERAN LIQUOR SLEUTH FIRED gumont short by firing at him Jlontfomery said he returned the fire and Callicot crumpled to the ground Mahon quickly swung his gun to his shoulder and the keeper said they fired almost together Again Montgomery escaped uninjured while line This action was taken to determine whether before broadcast R p 3 Captain Carey notified the New Tork office of the bwtrtrs of the dan serous list of hla ship and was ordered to proceed Six survivors of the Vestris njl roads and service thru hampered telephone As fur as can be lerunrd seven per sons members of farm families were Injured Serious injuries were receiv j ed by Mrs William Herman who Is tn a Vfnton hospital receiving treatment for deep cuts and bruises Others injured were Mr Herman that they cant Then I shall decide skca g and what action I shall take They be given a tull opportunity and no JiT the meantime It was revealed that federal authorities for a yem have been investigating the possible connection of Uothstein with what they describe ns the biggest drug rins in tho country He is known tul have furnished ball for three men arj rested in July on suspicion that thcyj wero connected with the ring Inez Norton the former show girl who made a legatee oCa large part of Rothstcinfl estate returned from Atlantc City yesterday and wns questioned by the district attorney their two children Elmer Clark Gale B POLICEMAN HIT BY FUGITIVE j 1 Cedar Rapids Officer As saulted While Making Arrest RAPIDS Nov 16 Struck in tho face with an automobile wrench Patrolman Louis Louvar re ceived a severe gash at n to day while attempting to make an ar rest Police searched for the three men whom Louvar found lurking in the doorway of a downtown budding Two oC them ran but the officer grahbec the other and was starting for patrol box when tho attack wns made Tho man believed to bn a tiro thief traced to the railroad yards STEWART CASE IS ADJOURNED Judge Considers Plea of De fense for Directed Verdict Sioux City Man Released Without Prejudice by Yellowley SIOUX CITY Nov 1C vet eran officer In tha prohibition serv ice Oscar Thorson of Sioux City has been released from the servire with out nrejurtlce by prohibition admin istrator Yellowley of Chicago Mr Thorson stated Iliat the ord from Mr Veliowley stated that nee Mahon fell The dogwas uninjured livid 4IID J1J1 Dli A coroners nquest was ordered to Kengers wero In the fir tta day of the hearing Among their charges wero That was general Incom petence anil lack of discipline amcntf officers and crew That two filled boatloads were left hanging In their davits and carried down with the That no ordora were issued lo don lifebelts nnd that no competent offi cers wero iifslgned to lifeboats Ioorly Equipped That some lifeboats were improperly equipped nnd leaked liko sieves nt evory seam That In some cases the launching tackle was out of commission That repottingstenmcrs passed sev Byrd Radio Asks lowan for Results of Saturday Games CJ5DAR RAriDS KlcanoiBoiling flagship of Com mamlniByrds South Polar expedi tion was in calm waters today after battlinggales 300 miles off New Zea land yesterday said radio messages received by Bert Puckett local ama teur operator Ynstorday the Boiling listed 30 de and shipped some water Puclc ett told Tho crew expects to dock IC at Zealand on Jiun ns day I oral lifeboats occupants being unable TO IMfifc COUJMX 3 sity com pulled him to cut down the force oC dry iprents and that the oldei mcji were dropped tv make wa3 for new Mr Thorson Is one of the bent known agents in tho middle west Hr entered tlio service in St Louis Ir 1022 Three yours iigo Mr Thorson to Sioux City nnd during his servlcr hero seized over 170 stills Thr records hero show thnt he has mnrtt more thnn arrests He had chargo of the big clcnnnp in Sioux City innro than two All wna well abonnl reported the radio operator who asked for nig Ten tootbail scores tomorrow BRING BODIES BACK TO N Y Bucket Brigade Saves Farm Buildings After Lightning Strikes Stack Weai WASHINGTON Nov 1G tice Jennings Bailey today adjourned 1 until Monday the perjury trial of Robert W Stewart chairman of the board of tlie Indiana Standard Oil company without ruling rn the dem fcnse motion that he dirrct a verdict of not guilty Arguing the motion defence coun sel contended the government had failed to support Its charge that Stew art had falsely sworn before a sen ato committee that he had no knowl IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy Friday probably rain in west portion cooler LOCAL STATISTICS CIoljeGnzette wonthcr for 24 hour period ending U S oclock a st Thursday Ixwesl In Night At 8 A M SB Decrees 40 Degrees 12 13 of an Inch Altho It be suld that It w especially needed rain did Nov for thn fiulek work of a group of volunteer flro fighters tho buildings on thfi Fred I Proud enbcrg horn near here mlRlii have lMn destroyed Wednesday after noon TL T I 17 Lightning had struck a small straw thirteen laken rrom Ocean stack Baited within eight rods n he building ami aided by the terrific wlntl was on Its way In all probability to ruzo the when the formed Tiie neighbors Joined In he fiEhi and aftor two hours saw I heir forlH rewarded hy a burned alrawstack and unscathed luiilrllncs by U S Coastguard Destroyer Friday than a tenth ot tho bond transactions of thejof an Inch of it Friday morning the iv I wind was emanatng from tbe 1101 tli east wich often means more rain Or Continental Trafllne Company volved in the Teapot oil Griffin After Being Found Overcome by Gas According to information received here Vaughn I Griffin Insurance i agent and former resident of Mason City has recovered after lxing found overcome by gas In ills home at Wai tcrlno AVetlncstlay snow Therlay opened jlondy with temperature itiout 10 degrees abnVe NKW VORK Nov in jfrom the ocean in the vicinity of ihe grave of the liner Vestris 13 bodies of victims tf tho disastfi were to port on the coastguard destroyer Shaw yesterday Because nf thn batteriiiK they had receiver and tbe work of sharks only four if the bodies identified These were MaJ YoHhio rnouyc con sul at Uuenos Alies vvhosv body was claimed on Its arrival by two repre sentatives of tlie enihussy at Carlos Mexico City and bis daughter Ingubnrd 22 and Frank j on the Tho other bailies were those of two r jNegrcssfs two white women one Ne gro child and four men The shnw was forced to throw one body overboard befom reaching port t because of extreme mutilation fine or i of the bodies were i whon they were recovered frutn sbarkinfcsted stream Nine Fort Des Moines Privates Are Arraigned i DES MOIXES Xov 16 privates at the Fort Moines army lost in connection with tneft here of 10 automohllts since Oct 10 fncpd nrralprnmont In municipal iourl hrre on harpps of larnrtiy of in automobile antf pouy laircny AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Wives wouldnt be un happy if they could be sat isfied with the kind of hus bands they   

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