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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPS FINAL EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICH NO 44 BRITON URGES NAVAL EQUALITY King Georges Illness Under Control Physicians Report BRITISH PUBLIC IS CHEERED BY LAST BULLETIN Prince at Tanganyika Awaiting Arrival of Battleship TANGAN TERRITORY Africa Nov S3 It was officially stated iliis morning hat the Prince of Wales hnd not ret decided def initely regarding nis departure for England but tlmt ho expected to travel on the cruiser Enterprise which is duo here Sunday T ONDON Nov 29 Altho anx loty over the illness or King George continued today some satisfac tion was felt over the statement of his physicians that they had it under con tiol It was penerally realized that tbe kings stamina was undergoinga severe strain because of the painful condition of plastic pleurisy His phy sicians Sir Stanley Ilewett and Lord Dawson oC Penn announced The king passed a fair day with some sleep Otherwise conditions were At 6 a m It was said at the palace that there was no change In the kings condition A letter which Txrrt Dawson and Sir Stanley sent to Sir William Joyn sonHlcks homo secretary had a re assuring effect on the public mind and was generally welcomed asdis sipating doubts as to the real charac ter of the kings Illness Explains Kings Illness The letter frankly eyplained the kings general condition saying he was TURN TO PAGI5 18 COLUMN I Will Rogers NEW YORK Nov see where Mr Hoover got a great wel come in Nicaraugrua No wonder I suess lie and Lindbergh were about the only two Americans they ever saw that werent ma rines I see where the Tgevr York World suggests barring the Literary Di gest from an inouhclng the re Hults of the elec tion before hand They claim it takes all the life and pep out of the minority party I would think the election foul years previous would do the same thing so why not bar it too Yours WILL Copyright 1928 WJLU ROGERS Police Told to Clean Up Town or Quit Chicago Commissioner Issues Drastic Orders mir Vrea IOWA FORECAST Blostly cloudy probably rain or snow Thursday night nnd In ex tromo east portion Friday Some what colder Thursday iiisht in south and extreme east portion Friday Somewhat colder Thurs day night in south and extreme east portions colder Friday in ex tremeoust portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock a m Thursday Highest Wednesday X Decrees lowest in Night 27 Degrees At 8 A M Thursday 28 Degrees Tho weather handed out to Mason City on this Thanksgivingday was nothing standlnu by Itself over which to glvo thanks It wasnt real awful Neither was it extra The wind a hit chilly was out of th north nnd there was a layer ot cloud tho sun CHICAGO Nov 29 Commissioner William Jlussell down tho law to his cabinet of uties lust night telling them to laid dep oLnn n up Chicago or quit their jobs and of demonstrating went ad of a deputy commis to conduct a raltl on the south hy way the he BRITTEN SCORED FOR EFFORT AT JOINT MEETING Swanson Thinks Con gressman Has Exceed ed His Authority Nov 38 from the state and navy depart monts and criticism from Senator Swanson Virginia lias been the reac tion thus far to Representative Brit tens proposal for a naval conference Britten who is chairman of the house naval affairs committee in a cablegram to Stanley Baldwin Brit ish prime minister suggested thai members of the naval affairs commit tee and a committee from parliament 6meet to talk over the question of sea equality anil other naval problems between the two nations Senator Swanson in a statement yes terday characterized Brittens propos al as revolutionaryand said he was at a loss to understand what prompted it Claims Unconstitutional If a treaty oE disarmament occurs under the he eaid it nust be made by the president and ratified by the The Virginia senator who is the ranking democrat on the sonate for eign relations and naval committees declared that he also did not under stand the authority of any commlt tne of the house to either Initiate or conduct any negotiations with foreign governments The pnrvose of Mr Britten tho un ho continued seems to to come to the rescue of a help less executive I cannot understand his action from any other standpoint lie must have some knowledge in re to the failure of these ncgrolin for disannauient not possessed Kml Lions by others to justify him In taking this extraordinnry course to end the ex isting At the state department it was said that Secretary g had no knowl edge of the plan and the proposal but It was indicated that Brittens TURN TO PAGE 18 COLUMN Z sug then ove sionei The raid conducted hy Captain O Connor of the commissioners office was on the second floor of the build ing occupied hy tho Granada cafe ono of tho bright spots of south side night life The cafe Itself was not involved altho a Thanksgiving eve crowd was thrown into excitement by the rush of tho raldera across the danca floor toward the door leading to tho upstairs rooms Roulnttu wheels ami other gambling parapher nalia were seized and four men ar rested What Commissioner Russell said to his deputies was this I have told you that gamblinfi Places in in Chi bo closed I have told you that the booze places must be closed Close them now Keep them closed Lr bc 30mc f ANGERS xov M formation that six Los Angeles police officers hat received nearly to suppress facts in several robbery cases here was reported to bo in the hands of tho county grand jury today Announcement that the new scandal had been uncovered was made yester day by a special investigator for the Jury while that body continued taking testimony relating to bribery charges against District Attorney Asa Keycs nnd allegations that was spent to clear Jilrs Aimeo Kemple i Sfcllieraon of conspiracy charges isov 29 growing cut of her kldnaninj story conferring with radio station offlrlalsLoro than two years POLICE ACCEPTED BRIBES CLAIM Paid to Suppress Robbery Facts Jury Is Informed Snow Covers Northwest Woman Lost Storm Expected to Reach East as Far as Kansas and South to Texas DENVER Nov 23 hanks giving Jay had a Christmaslike set ting today in northern Rocky moun tain states which were nearly snow bound following a 24 hour fall The storm spread eastward Into the plain istotos thisTmorninsVna the outlook was for snowfall during the day as far In that direction as Kan sas City and southward Into Oklaho ma and Texas where change was heralded the by climatic misting rains and lowering temperatures Much of tho blizzardswept moun tain region saw some relief in weath er predictions of fair and warmer weather today altho the heavy fall oE snow continued until well after midnight Upwards oC sixIndies of snow fell n Denver and driving winds caused drifting that handicapped traffic Wyoming lashed by a blizzard that paialyzd transportation and stopped ill airmail was offered some relief protections of generally clear veather the state A relief party which set out from yesterday to search for Mrs W H McCoy who was believed snowbound following an 18inch fall lad not reported early today The search was being conducted on horsc ck and by men in trucks Farmlngton In far northwestern Sow Mexico received five inches 01 snow and tho entire stale today to the threat of snow and cold weather Montana was blanketed intler an exceedingly heavy early season fall HOOVER PARTY SAILING DOWN TO NEXT PORT PresidentElect Wildly Acclaimed by Costa Ricans Hoover left the impression deputy A series of raids in every section of Chicago during tho night was tlte answer to tile commissioners ultima turn Pickard Ready to Discuss Chance for Iowa Chain Programs ADMITS FAILURE OF INSPECTION Official Says He Didnt Low er Lifeboat of Vestris NEW YORK Nov 29 Test I i nony of a veteran of the United jStntes steamboat inspection service he did not lower the lifeboats of the steamer Vestris as required by law when lie inspected her prior to her last voyage today was part of the recorl of the federal Invest gution into the tragedy Kihvarcl Keane whoso routine re port of the Vestris Inspection stated all had been com piled with testified that lie had tested the launching gear but that because the Vestris was flanked by barfres and lighters nt the time he did not lon er the lifeboats to the water On tho printed form of the Vestris inspection Keane had written yes In reply to tho question as to wheth er the boats hnd been lowered Keane has bfKii in Inspector 17 years saw everything was iii good con he said under questioning by TO GUAYAQUIL EC ua presidentelect was moving southward today on his Guayaquil Ecuador the first of half a dozen stops to be made in South America before ho returns to the United States early in January Thanksgivingon board the Mary land was observed with holiday rou tine The ships chaplain conducted services on the timuter deck and at nlddity the crew was served n turkey linner Mr Hoover nnd the officers ilanned to have their dinner in the iveninpr Mr Hoovers program in Costa Rica was extended until he was more tlian in hour late and the Maryland had ncrcased her speed today no that she might reach the cruiser Cleveland which will laud the party at Guaya Saturday The of Costa Rica accom panied Mr Hoover from Sail Jose the capital to Ptmla Arenas bidding him and Mrs Hoover goodbye at the dock Costa Rica is he first country in which Mr Hoover spent a full day fince landing in Honduras Monday Gels Hip Reception SAX JOSR Costa Ttica Nov John CoolidgeTrumbull Engagement Is Announced come ns it Shenondoali ird federal yesterday Sam Pick Tlic special investigator whose name was withheld was quoted radio commissioner said he would he here today to discuss hnvlng said that thrco Vnvoivlng with representatives of WHO and had been mm complaints over the Impos referred lo the Jury and that nnc of s bl Ily of Iowa stations to obtain the officers was a high police cffl hain programs In Costa Hica tbat he bad friend and n neighbor The most cordial sentiments toward tho United Klutes were expressed by both officials and the people Costa Itka Is especially said Foieign Minister Ilafucl Castro and thinksit particularly significant that there was no mlll TUKX TO IMiK J8 COLUMN 1 AIR SERVJCE TO BE DOUBLED Ten New Planes Planned for ChicagoSan Francisco Route No Date for Wedding of Presidents Son Has Been Set HARTFORD Nov Formal announcement has been mado oC the engagement ot Miss Florence Trumuull daughter ot Gov John H Trumbull cC Connecticut nnd John Coolidge son of President and Mrs Coolldgc The announcement was made by Governor and Mrs Trumbull at a din ner at the Farming ton Country club last night as part of the celebration of their silver wedding anniversary No date was an nounced for the wedding hut indica tions were It would not take place be fore summer thus precluding a white house wedding The ceremony probably will take place at u the TruMibuH home in Plainville The supper was attended hy about Place cards read John and Observed Anniversary Prior to tho supper the governor and Mrs Trumbull held a reception at which they received congratulations from many prominent persons on their wedding anniversary Tho president and Mrs Coolidge who arc on a brief vacation aL YVaynosboro sent a bouquet of two dozen clirysanthe BRITISHYANK NAVIES OUGHT TO BE ON PAR Troops Fight to Restrain Ocean Force Moted Englishman Out for NonCompetitive Building T ONDOK Nov 2D Go cil of Cuelwoort who was closely associated with Woodrow Wilson the formation of the league of Na tions favors parity of the States Brftiah before the parlittjnbntary committee of the league of nations union Viscount Cecil urged absolute mathematical equality In both tons and guns between the trfo nations Ho said ho thot disarmament was treated overmuch as a matter for ex Jcrts and too little as a question at arge politics Viscount Cecil thot that America might desire to raise theinestfon ol freedom of the sons His natural view was that acceptance of the principal of freedom of neutrals to trade with belligerents was subject to the old rules of blockade and would be to Great Britain rather than otherwise Great Britain he thot ought to bo prepared in come to terms on I hat point pro vided America was prepared to join In enforcing those principles when they were accepted John Coolldgo luurlert to tho recep tion aftor conrludiriK his tlays work is a clerk at the Now Havon the New New Haven Hart battled ford railroad and appeared it of iho ItiKineinonL i mat tor upon which both he and Miss llbllll luivr rotm questioned poi sistontly for more than it year John firvst mot Miss Trumhull throe vears aio oti a rain on which the Trumbulls were traveling to Wash ngton to nttontl tlte inauguration of President Coolldsn John who then was n student at college tipon learning that lovernor Trumlntll was aboard tho train went to pny respects and was Introduced to Florence who fit Ithat time was a student at Mount Helped Kann league Viscount Cecil went to Paris in n j919 to assist in tho formation ot thn aelffian Qlieen HelnS of nations and his close asso A n f elation with that organization was UireCt Keliet in rccoVrnlzcil In December 1024 whan ihc tlll frst annual award J UWIl Woodrow Wilson peace JNov Itants of Flanders ami troops today desperately to stem rush ol the sou to in enormous in a uetiIliocdtm and Kursaal A violent gale raging along the road eauscil Ihc break in the dike and the watering placeof Mhldclkcroue threatened with destruction Qlleui KLJznhelh was personally SALT W B LAKK CITV Nov 29 Hoeing president of United States was absolutely Attorney Tnttle with what I had lone I knew I was not taking iny He ndmitted that In all the facts in his been guilty of carelessness not explaining report he had Hriit Chih McetH BIMTT Nov Britt Wo ncns club InIll Us meeting in the rooms Tuesday evening Air Transport who Is omouto to Chicago with othpr company offi cials to attend the National Aeronau tical ahow said hero last night that a double schedule for carrying between Chicago and San Francisco is soon to be put into effect Ten new planes will be put Into use of the route in December he said At the same T Var ncy president ot the Varney Air Lines announced plans for inaugura tion within the next six months of daily airplane passenger service to Portland which would provide a il hour time saving to tho Pacific northwest Permission to extend Ihe rompnnys airmail Hue from lo Portland will bn from tho poslofflco department this week Mr Varney declared Ho said this exten sion if granted would reduce thn of transcontinental miiil service lr thenorthwest from two days hvo nighta to two days and one night TURN TO IAGK 18 UHJMN In HAMPTON EDITOR SELLS RECORDER i I L Stuart Prominent Iowa I Newspaperman Is to Retire TfAMPTON Xov ment was made AVednesdny of Ihe re tirement of T L Stuart senior editor of tho Krnnklin County Recorder and prominent nrwspiper tnin Mr Stunrt Ijeen arisoilatoil tho Kocordor for a period rif 17 yours mcl fioM his shiire In Die pnior to IonaIcl Kawson iJonson Minn MY was formnrly rrlltor of tho Swift County Monitor a I lEen Hon This sale farms a of McClure nnd OrtHfi McChirf hail a jilf In to rent Jn tlic nownpuycr oi1 July Mr fjtuart who U 73 yonrs old lo remain in Hntjip ton tho distribution of relief Iho faloil rcgiona of tJic Mciiso Hiniljre nnd cither vaMeys The flood them wftre subsiding hut nevertheless the fjiieen had some thritl wlnlo traveling In a military barge At one point the fjueen transferred to a twowheeled rah and wan driven for almost twn hours thru a fierce rind driving ntjn Tlip water KtouiT Inchon deep on the road over which sho drove Wlion tho jueen rrlurncd to barge i rising tide and powerful mr rents prevented I io fiom nny headway Xlffht WHS in on bfforo thn finally made j land i The tuirt Invest or n roast of Ki anoe i uag IOQK line of weary fVRncli srnnifn I hrentomi with ing wnlors new troubles by VlHcount Cecil was a member of Lbn Brlttali delegation to tho thrse liower naval confcrenCB in Geneva in 1027 and shortly after tho of conference hb annoucud Jim roslirnatloii from his cabinet post Chancellor of the rtunh of Lancaster At that time alluding to of the Geneva cnnferenco ha said I tliink success might have been achieved without any sacrifice of wan out of sym I re British Interests pat by witli the At the Geneva conference the Unit ed States delegates dcslrofl that lim itation should he on the total ton nage of cruisers and auxiliary VCB TTRS TO PAfiK 18 COLUMN 1 Colombian Flyer on i Way to Guatemala Field j HAVANA Nov 29 Iff Ioili iiuin Colombian urmy air man who is on n flight from New Vork Huiotn Colombia hopped off from abinis Ilnrhnr niHfS of Havana at oYlnik this Ins frr Piifrtn Guatemala i TIrlrl for Assault Xov cT Day ton was bmind over to I Ing1 ton county tfnmd jury yrstejrlny under hnnds with as M ad T with i n n t to m n t M lie Is 1 In io who and wuuiided a neifihbur John AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Im a sinful woman but I iint never give Pa canned salmon for supper just be cause Id been to a club meetin an wasnt   

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