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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 1928 WBD PHESH AND INTERNATIONAL NBWS SUPPLEMENTAL STANFORD WALLOPS ARMY MULE 1 ECUADOR CITY TO BE HOST AS HOOVER LANDS President Elect to Spend First Night on South American Soil T BULLETIN U S S CLEVELAND OFF GUAYAQUIL Ecuador Dec 1 Hoover and party were transferred from JM U Maryland to the Cruiser Cleveland this morning ami tho immediately began her run across the ronu j stead and up the river to Quaya tho principal port of Ecuador S S MARYLAND OFF GUAYA Ecuador Dee 1 ifcrt Hoover planned to set foot on South American soil today for the first Jtime on his present goodwill tour Hia gram included a landing at Guaya luil and greetings by President Ayoia Sandother ofllcials He will Wight at Ecuador returning to the laryiand Mr Hoover was scheduled to trans si1 to te cruiser Cleveland early in jtho morning tor tho cruise across the sulf Puna and up tho river to Guayaquil Ecuadors largest seaport and city about population Tha Cleveland ordered to raako ty trip Because iaachoppy KCO Puna that raado email 11 M Host to wetepiners It was arranged for the welcoming be nicked up during the run acrossthe gulf and be the presi dent elects guest at luncheon Jhe Cleveland was duejn Guaja about 2 p m and everylhins was in readiness to take the distin guished guest for a tour of the toyn including n visit to Guayas univer sity M Hoover and members oC his party were to be guests of the president at dinner Hoover was to return to the Cleve land for the night hut others of the party Intended to remain ashore al a hold Sunday tho presIdelUelect and his Party nre to board tho Cleveland fir tj the trip back to the Maryland and nji chpr be welched lato In tho day for Callao Peru the next port of call From Calloo tho president will go to Lima the capital city to bo greeted ind entertained by President Leguiu Will Miss Bolivia i Tlma limitations will not permit the presidentelect to visit Bolivia but nevertheless he may ba greeted by Foreign Minister Palacelo and ether cabinet members Tha Maryland is expected to stop for that purpose at some Chilean pert Arica and Valparaiso si TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN i Session of Congress on Monday l I Will Rogers NEW YORK Nov Mr Coolldge went down aouth in old Virginia and spent Thanksgiv ing but you no tice he didnt eo there till aftei it had re publican H e used to spend his Thanksgiv ing in Massa chusetts but not lately With all our boasted prosper ity I dont see that wo are any better off The old turkey hash up as wviuv KUVPCKO usual today and will bo with us the next few days the same as it did when wo was poor Yours P S I am warning you now that if something js not done to Prevent it congress is going to meet right away So coma on good patriots and help protect your country Copyright 1928 Mason Cityan Is Unhurt in TrainWreck Thirteen Passengers Injured in Rock Island Crash I tiHOFF 1321 Third street northwest who was at first thot injured when Rock Island train No DCS 17 Plowed into tho rear of tne SIoinesManly local No 4J1 lit Enterprise a station about four miles north oC Des Moines early Saturday morning was not hurt according to word received here by hla wife I Groff was a passenger on the local and was returning to his lioirc here Four persons were reported serious ly hurt and nine others received bruises One oE the wrecked cars was sidetracked at the Rock Island depot here pending removal to the shops at Manly sometime luring the day Many NEW FRENCH CABINET POSES FOR FIRST PICTURE Farm Relief Tariff Head Debate List First photo of Tie new French cabinet snapped upon assembly nt Paris France Kernling from ic Mnrraucl Bnrtiiou Obcrkich Polucare Eynn Taniicu Briaral Jherosi Painleve persons visited the wre mnll and man and BYRDS SHIPS BEADmSAIL Contingent Will Leave New Zealand Port for Ant arctic WELLINGTON New Zealand Dec Richard E Byrd was makingfinal preparations thin morning to get away late today on his exploring expedition in the south polar regions Prior to tho starting of his Antarc tic venture the commander farewellmessage Jn which he ex pressed deep appreciation oC the cour tesy and hospitality which he had re ceived in New Zealand Both ships of the expedition will get under way today the City of New York being towed to the edge of the o Eleanor conserve Report 22 Killed in Santiago Earthquake i i SANTIAGO Chllo Dec I least 22 persons were killed in an k which shook tha Chilean fji toast early today with the likelihood i that casualties will mount when jf full reports are received 8oms men have monuments built tqtheir memories In the graveyard and some build a monument them selves Jn the hrnrts of their fellow MonitorIndex express car Four SerionsljHurt The four seriously injured are Flor ence Challls Topeka B S Smith St Paul Mrs Chester Dowd Esthervllle and Luclle Davis Des Moines They were brot to Des Moines for hospital treatment seriously hurt are Gerald Jack son and Carl Danoon Detroit Lakes W F Clapp and S A Clapp Minneapolis Stephen St Paul William KIrsch Mara thon Dr H 1 Vaught and Louise Davis DQS Moines and Kenneth Ki lls Ottumwa Stop to Double According to rail officials at Manly No 441 had been stopped by a freight train which waa doubling over a grade and had dispatched tho flag man to stop No 17 The engineer of No 17 observed the flagman but was unable to stop in time to avoid the crash The baggage car and one eleepor on No 441 were derailed No 17 Kansas City to Minneapolis returned to Des Moines and resumed the trip over an other line Investigation Started An official Investigation of tin wreck cause was made by Rock Islam road division offices but no statement had been issued this morning V B Davis chief Manly however said been sent back by Conductor B M Stearns ot train No 441 when It stop ped to allow the freight to clear int Enterprise His reports he said Indi cated that the engineer of No 17 hac signalled he was stopping The dlspatchercould not say wheth er the distancewas too short for th stop or if cause the crash The it was stated was not great The local and train 1 left Des Moines 30 minutes apart th ot Commander Bynl expects to reach the ice about miles south of New Zealand and at that point the whaler Larson will take over the duty of towing the City of New York The Eleanor Bolirhg In the mean time will return to Dunedln embark the remainder oC the equipment and proceed south again at Christmas The country is safe while the pas sionate kiss at the end of the last reol is greeted with StarCourier local at nnd the limited at p m IOWAFORECAST Mostly probably rain or snow in northwest portion late Saturday night or Sunday and fu east and south portions Sundny Warmer Safimlny night some what colder Sunday in northwest portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather flfrures for dispatcher hour period ending at S oclock a flagman line a Saturday Highest Friday 31 Degrees lowest in NiRht 38 Decrees At 8 A M Saturday 19 Degrees Aside from an extremely neavy frost which left the trees glistening in the sunshine Saturday morning there was little about the weather to re mind one that December had arrived Tho temperature was woll below tin freezing mark But so wa It back it October The wind was out of tilt WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather outlook for the period of Dec 1 toDec 8 for the upper Mis sissippi and lower Missouri valleys Not much precipitation for the week temperatures mostly below normal first half probably rising within later half south again nnd a hurried rise of thr temperature was In prospect Condition of King Is Unchanged British Public However Sees Basis for Hope Im provement LONDON Dec 1 Tho press and the people wero inclined today tc view with continued hopefulness the progress being made by King George in light against pleurisy It was felt that if the strength ol tho infected lung and tho kings vital ity could bo maintained further pro gress of the illness could ho watchec with patient hope The evening medical bulletin on the kings condition gave little comfort to an anxious empire Signed by the kings physicians Sir Stanley Hewctt and Lord Dawson ot Penn It said The condition of the king shows m change this Temperature A more statement wni issued during the afternoon by Sir Stanley and Lord Dawson and also Sir Humphrey Itollcston who was called in consultation to review tho kinRt conicUtlon It said tho inflammation of the lung pleurisy showed some improvement and that tho kings tern perature was slightly lower The bulletin pointed out however that tho time ot possible exnccrbatior oC tho infection lind not yet passed and that In any case progress would be slow Exacerbation Is tho medical term for a increase In th violence of tho symptoms of a disease Queen Away 3 Hours Queen Mary left the palace twlci luring the day once spending nearlj three hours in private visits A call for prayers for the speedj recovery of the king was made by thi new Archbishop ot Canterbury in hi first public letter which was addressed to tho Bishop of London The Prince of Whles Is not expectcn to arrive back in England earlier tha 13 even by following the tenta plan outlined by tho admiralty and taking the fastest route acrosr 15 u rope CHICAGO COP FOUND SLMN Bartender Arrested for Kill ing Officer in Saloon CHICACiO Dec 1 Thomas Geary attached to the detec tivo bureau was found shot to death early today In a North Wells street saloon which police said was owned by State Representative Lawrence OBrien Henry Multurkey bartender was arrested for the slaying Policeman Edward Johnson who sat beside eary when the shooting took pincc said MuIIarkey grabbed the revolver trom his Johnsons holster and fired Geary was shot In tho head powder marks indicating the weapon had seen placed close to his ear jin the trigger was pressed No one was in the saloon when po lice arrived Geary had not fallen rom tho stool on which ho sat His iiead and shoulders lay across Hits bar whichwas reddened by blood from the wound Mullarkey ran from the place after Iho shooting but was caught by Po liceman Johnson half a block away ieary was 30 years old and umnar tive JURY PROBING COLLEGE SLAYING Junior in Southern School at Liberty Under Bond of BIRMINGHAM Dee 1 Tho Jeferson county grand Jury vhlcli reconvenes here Monday will nvestlgate the recent slaying of resa Freeman BirminghamSouthern college student by O H Wcstbrook Howard college junior Westbrook wns hound over grand iury action yesterday at a preliminary icaring Charges against wcro reduced from first degree man slaughter HO ig at libertj umhr bond MAY INCREASE US FORECASTS Country Likely to Get Four Weather Reports Rather Than 2 WASHINGTON Dec I dally weather forecasts instead of two as at present are likely to he made In tho near future Dr C F Marvin chief of the weather bureau in his annuul report sold there was a growing demand for tho proposed change The hours for he declared are quite likely to be ad vanced in tho near future In the United States so as to occur at 1 a m and at 1 nnd 7 p m From ona to two meleorollglsts are kept on duty at every important airport Dr Marvin said but added that more stations me needed to keep pace with aviation notwithstanding tho fact that 137 ground stations have been established along airways set up by tho depart ment of commerce Ho declared that tho demand for me teorological help for aviation had been pressing In connection with trans oceanic air navigation Kelloggs AntiWar Pact An other Headliner for Dis cussion WASHINGTON Dec a ing to the capital to pick up where they oft last May members of the eventleth congress today found thuir alendar of unfinshed and routine bus ness for the concluding short session iBgmnlng on Monday complicated by new demands oC campaign promises 33ven before the arriving consrcs ional hosts could get Into their desks oday to bring out old bills neglected n the press of the last session con crences were being called to ub he fate of legislative promises born n the intervening national campaign rinclpally tariff revision and faim re ief Monday afternoon as soon aa the ijienlng session the house is con iluclfed republican members ot the ways and means committee will meet discuss the much discussed tues Ion of whether tariff revision is to be undertaken and it so ivhen Some Not Interested But this xvfls not of much concern o about 40 members of the house and seven members oC the senate wWp were lefeated in tho November election They go out March 4 Unfinished work presents a real problem In the eenato which starts oft almost as aoon as the gavel falls with the resumption ot debate on the SwingJohnson Bouldor canyon dam bill Besides a batch oC executive nom Inatlona to be acted upon tho kcnat also has before It tho administration naval construction measure and th new Kellogg nntlwar treaty While its leaders and committee nro studying over the prospects fo farm relief and tariff Issues In tho campaign of Preslden Elect house will plunge Into Its annual task of appropriatinp the money to run the government dur ins the approaching fiscal year This is one of the chief taslcs of the short session ot the retiring congress ind leaders Intend to make It the real mslncss of tho threemonths term Tile house appropriations committee will nave some work ready lor consid eration next week and leaders lire hopeful of acting upon three of the ulno regular supply bills before Christmas Appropriation ilso will be given right of way in the senate Farm Relief Holds Attention However tho everpresent problem of farm relict and the new one of tar revision is holding tho attention of tho proseason discussions along will friendly contest in tho senate as to who ie to succeed Vico PresidentElect Curtis as republican leader ot that jody Opinion ot the republican leaders who have the upper hand In both the louso and the senate has been divided is to whether farm relief in the form ot a marketing measure should be TUHN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN J CARDINALS TAKE EASY VICTORY 26 Cadets Unable to Stem Advance of Visiting Californians Who Score in All Periods but One How They Went TEAM Stanford Army Georgetown Detroit 1st 2ml Final pANKEE STADIUM NEW YORK Dec Warners Strong Leland Stanford football team came out of the west today and scored four touchdowns on Biff JoneV army team winning by a score to 0 The West Pointers hreatened on a number of occasions but always lacked the inal punch while the westerners playing an alert game made use of every opportunity to score The score at the half 6 to 0 and Stanford piled up three more touchdowns in the second half The Californians outplayed the dels thru the first Quarter while the Army rallied In the second and made a daring tho unsuccessful etfort to score crowd ol specta tors saw the exciting first hale Be fore tho game was threeminutes old he California contingent was knock Ing at the Army goal line Klght from Hie first chance they had to advance tho ball Stanfords husky players Inurichcd the initial ono of four drives which netted one touchdown After twice losing the ball on downs Cupt Bill Hoffman battering plung fullback dove over tlie line for the touchdown from the two yard line Mis try for the extra point wus blocked 1 yard line Hotfman plunged over tho mlfldlo for a touchdown alternated placement kick for tha extra point waa blocked by i Svrague Score Stanford 6Army 0 Hoffman IrtcVed ott to Alleu ran back to Armys 32 yard 7iinbeiluke bucked out of bounds with out gain Carlos pass Nvaa intercep ted in midrield by Kimms Fleisch hacker plunged thru center for 5 yards Army took time out went in for Hall at center for Army Hoffniim on a fake pass failed to gain PLAY BY PLAY DETROIT STOPPED WliHtemnre fo Hnve Knzar WHITTEMORE Dec McthoHst ladles have completed plans for nn annual bazar and chick en they will hold Sat urday Dec 18 in the Schmltt base ment hall DETROIT Dec 1 town and the University of Detroit met here today the local team bearing a record ot 14 straight victories In FJIiST PERIOD Hoffman kicked off 1o Mur rell who came to the 10 yard line Murrell took three yards at right guard Cugle failed to gain at center Murrell punted to Stanfords 43 ymil inc Hoffman completed a forward pass o Preston on Armys 30 yard line Wilton ran to tho 20 yard lino on a cutback play Wilton plunged thru center for 4 yards On a fako double pass Flcischlmckcr added two more yards at center simms plunged to first down on Armys 10 yard line Hoffman added 5 yards off right ackle Flelachhackergot 2 yards at center Hoffman on a fako pass failed to gain Flelschhackcr stopped cold Messlnger making the tackle and the ball went over From behind his own line Murrell kicked to Armys S4 yard line Hoffman passed to Wil ton for a gain of 1 yard Hoffman passed and It was grounded Preston failing to get close enough Hoffman passed to Mueller for a right mud of halfback slithered thru the Dinan field for a touchdown on tho first play of the game The battling Hllltoppers came back nml completely outplayed the Titans for the remainder of the first period earning two touchdowns one on a I lino piny by Dwyer the second on Hudak The period town 13 Detroit 1 OTHER SCORE SECOND PERIOD Holy Cross 0 Boston College 13 Womans Election KEOKUK Dec the election oC Mrs Hattie Chambers ns Lee county recorder Mrs Amelia Smith yesterday filed a protest with the county supervisors The official canvass showed Mrs Chambers had a majority of 102 votes Thornton Irocrnm Heard Dec hundred persons attended a Thanksgiving pio ffrnm Riven by the grade In school auditorium Wednesday after noon gave ball to Post who ran into Sprague and failed to gain Post was hurt on the j play and Stanford took time out He was up in a moment Hoffman plunged 2 yards at center Hoffman passed to Mueller on Armys 13 yard line It lacked Inches of malting a first down Fleischhackcr made it first down on Armys 10 yard line Wilton fumbled for a 5 yard loss piiss was batted down s I t IxnmelnB In and out of Stanford arms i rom bcalzl to it finally grounded Another ended GeorgeI nnss timQ to prcston was incomplete Stanford penalized 5 yards for a second incompletcd pass Hoffman attempted another pass to Ircston Glbner knoekcd it down iind Army took tho bull Cnglo from his own 5 yaril line threw a long JMISS I which was grounded Just out of Curli marks reach in mlrtfleld OKcefe lost 1 yards on an attempted enrl Mueller got him Murrel kicked to 1 Armys 28 yard line It was a poor I punt traveling less than 15 yards j Wilton slipped off right tackle for 7 yards Wilton made i down thru the middle to Armys 16 yard line Allan went In for OKcefe In the Army backflelil Timberlake took Miirrcls place at fulllmck for the Arrny On a fake double pass hncker plunged 5 at right giiurd Simms added a yard oft left tackle Flelschlincker made a first down thru the middle on Armys 0 yard lino Hoffman dipped right tucklc to it center Flelsclilmckcr crashed thru tlm center to Army a a4 yurrt lino Hoffman gavo the ball to Simms who plunged 4 yards thru loft tackle Hoffman gained a yard thru tho middle Hoffman plunged thru tho center to a first down on Armys IS yard line Hoffman gave tho hall lo Wilton who was stopped without gain on mother thrust at the middle Crabb went in forCarlmnrk at end for tbo Army Hoffman added another yard at center On a backward pass Wilton lost 3 yards Jluinher WHS hurt and Glbb took his placo at right guard for Avmy Hoffman threw a pass to Flcishhucker It missed a first dawn by inches and tho Army took tho biill as the period ended with Iho ball in Armys possession on Us own 9 yard line Score Stanford 6 Army IK SECOND PERIOD On a fake pass Timberlake plunged 5 yards at center Timborliike went for a yard more Cagle slipped around right end for a first down on Armys 23 yard line An Army fumblo was recovered for n 3 yard loss Glgncr was thrown for a 3 yard loss by Heinecke Caglo slipped oft right tackle for fi yards TImbcrlaka kicked to Wilton on Stanfords 30 ynrd line and he ran It bock to the 42 yard line Hoffman bucked out of hounds without gain Hoffman passed to Simms hut tiro playwas recalled Time was taken out for Allen of the Army The ball WRS given to Army for the Stanford pass jatruck an in oUgible man before It caught by Hlmms Carlson went ln for Allen TIRV TO 14 COLUMN 7 AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen My third boy wasnt ns bright as the others but I didnt expect much when I seen he was an skinny like his pas   

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