Wednesday, December 5, 1928

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 5, 1928, Mason City, Iowa North Iowa DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY N A L HTIOft 1928 umrsn PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL KSWB SUPPLEMENTAL HEHVIC 0 uniisa FRgea AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SBRVICB NO 49 COOUDGE ASKS NEAR 4 BILLION n Roars Hoover BATTLE FLEET OUT TO GREET Children Line Route of Hoovers Callao Trip IT IMA Peru Dec B I1 Elect Hoover making his second goodwill visit In South America en tered the city of Lima today amidst scenes and a popular wel1 pome seldom if ever accorded any for visitor here I After being enthusiastically greeted fct Callao Hoover traveled over the eightmile highway to Lima every cheered by crowds i As he and his party entered Lima Che streets were lined with spectator balconies of homes and roofs wer Crowded with spectators and the Sta fcncl Stripes and Peruvian flag wer Enthusiastic Welcome CALLAO Peru Dec 5 idemElect Hoover landing on Peru Iwan soil this morning on his gooawi Itour was given an enthusiastic we come by a great crowd from 30 00 To persons who cheered and ap plauded him as ho came ashore froir I the U S S Maryland hls thr v The welcoming crowd was colorfu therebeing a dozen dltferen uniforms of various branches th army and navy besides the brilllan hued habiliments of the police fire men and gendarmes The populac lined the roofs for several blocks i every direction and many other climbed von Plaza Grau t catch a glimpse of the American Waterfront Decorated The crowd on the streets pushe and shoved trying to seo the visitor as the mayor oC Callao extended h official welcome The Callao waterfront was Javlshls decorated and all ships both ofxth lerufjan navy and merchantmen were beflagged and decorated In hon or of the occasion The piers and wharves all along the waterfront wer jammed with thousands of spectators as the Maryland anchored at a in Then the Marylands launches be san carrying members of the Hoover party ashore Mr Hoover himself planning to land with his Immediate official party about 9 oclock Seaplanes Act as Escort Nine seaplanes of the Peruvian navy soared over the harbor as Presl dentElect Hoover started fop the ehore Three Peruvian submarines a half dozen destroyers and cruisers anc other smaller craft lined the route across the harbor from the Maryland to the pier Pennants frere flyingand salutes roaring as Mr Hoover In the Mary lands launches with the Peruvian governments official welcoming par ty passed thru the lane of ships Previously tha president ot the cab Inet and Foreign Minister Rada 3 Gamlo with a group of prominent government officials boarded the TURN TO PAGE 13 4 Will Rogers NEW TORK Dec like this part of Mr Coolldges message best Both parties In Nicaragua were pleased with the outcome of their election and have asked for the marines again next But I did not commit myself Tea I think I would let Hoover contract em for that one The marines will certainly be tickled to know they can get bookingfour years ahead They have al WILL ROGFDr ways 3ust haa to pick up wars from day to day now they can kinds look ahead and plan And have a permanent addresp If they satisfied both parties after election I believe the demo crats will sign em up right here at home for the Novem1er 1932 follies I will get deeper Into the mea tomorrow Tours Copyright 1928 CANADA UNABLE TO STOP LIQUOR jps American Purchaser Is Taking AH Risks Says Dispatch TORONTO rjec B dis patch from Ottawa to the Toronto Telegram today quoted unnamed offi cials or the national revenue depart ment as saying so longas duty is paid when the merchandise comes out of bond ws cannot atop the export of liquor to ths United States or any where else As a matter of fact while the ds tlllar prepares the export papers the whole transaction Is In Canada Sale delivery and payment all are made in Canada The purchaser takes any risk of infringing the United States law vhen Its destination is SO Canadians Implicated BUFFALO N Dec B eral authorities today were endeavor ng to locate several American boot eggers Indicted by the federal grand Ury here In connection with the gov ernments move to stop the heavy flow of liquor from Canada into the United States Altho 80 Canadians many of them prominent In the liquor export busi nesjj were amongthose Indicted for lonsplraey to smuggle liquor Into the United States the Indictments it was tated today In federal circles mean ittle or nothing unless themen named set foot on United States soil Tile offense with which the Cana lans are charged Is extraditable t any of the men named are cap ured in the United States they are lable to arrest Returns Indictments WASHINGTON Dec 5 owingthe indictment at N by a federal grand Jury more ban a score of Canadian distillers and rowers the treasury department an ounced that investigations disclosed hat powerful combinations were ngaged In the smuggling traffic The Investigation whlchNresulted In he Indictments In Buffalo were said be likely to Involve not only other Canadian distillers but employes of railway nnd telegraph companies and several banks Eleven members of the customs bor er patrol at Detroit who were arrest d last week on charges of accepting rlbes to permit liquor to pass Into le United States from Canada are aid to have confessed and to have tven the inside details ot tho smug lers organization Mentioned for Senate Leader B f8011 oMndtanm left and Senator Wesley Jones Prominently mentioned to succeed Charles Curtis vice president elect u republican leader ot the senate 23 Members of Capones Gang Held in Cleveland Gunmen Assembled for Detectives Believe CLEVELAND Deo B MFVTwenty three alleged gunmen believed by po lice to be members of Scarface AT in a raid today on a where they hmiT docen luxurious u i The tollowwl rtcerpt of word from Chicago poUCB that Caponei gang would for a confer ence theories were put forward for their executive but detec tives believed it trai due to a change of administration In law en forcement The men were held on of carrying concealed weapons Capone wao sought but failed to ap owa Captain Named Rear Admiral by President Coolidge WASHINGTON Dec C K Vninall of Le Mnrs Iowa of the nlled States navy was nominated esterday by Preildent CoolMge to hi rear admiral Tho senate must con rin tho appointment MERCURY DROPS TO NEAR ZERO Des Moines Station Had Coldest Night in State BES MOINES Dee 5 mercury dipped to the zero mark for he first time here this winter last night but today had started upward and by tomorrow should reach about 15 above The government weather bureau aald today Des Moines was the coldest regular weather reporting station In the state with Charles City Just 2 degrees SSrmei reported 4 above and Keokuk 8 Above KENTUCKIAN IS HELD CAPTIVE BY Sioux City Dubuqua g above above and Omaha 10 The cold snap locked government boats In Fore bay at Keokuk 3n Ice for tho first time this season Lake Keokuk was still open but continued freezing temperatures will close It by tonight reports from there TRIALOFlMB SLAYER BEGINS Rockford Man Killed When Blast Wrecked His Car ROCKFORD Deo B trial oC Paul Reed for the death of Vernon Plager who was killed laat July when a bomb exploded In his car nad opened today before a Jury vrtlll ing to Inflict the death penalty if the state can prove murder States attorneys have contended that Reeds love for Plagers young wife with whom he once had eloped motivated the bombing Plager was killed by an explosion as hostepped on the starter of his car The explosion the indictment charged was caused by a dynamite bomb which Reed was accused of planting Mrs Plnger who with Reed was ield after Plagers death has become the states star witness Abductors Demand Sum of for Rich Gambler T OUISVILLH Dec B Alvey 60 widely known race horse man and known as King of Louis vllle gamblers has been parently by racketeers who have Is sued a demand for ransom Alvey last seen early MonJay night apparently was kidnaped from nV home after his wifo departed When she returned shortly before mid night Alvey was missing but know ledge that ho had been kidnaped did not reach her until yesterday when Alveys captors telephoned Logan Swanner an employe Alvey ds manding that tho latter cash Alveys clieck for Detectives have been assigned to tho case altho Mrs Alvey fearing that the gangsters believed to havn captured her husband will harm him has expressed a desire to comply with their wishes Alvey whose clashes with the law here In recent years have been fre quent Is said to have operated for many years as a bookmaker gambling house proprietor Ho aloO owned a racing stable here nnfl is said to bo widely known among thi turf followers In Louisville New Or leans and In the north and east Alvey Is reputed to bo wealthy his earnings In one year having been es timated at more than Frlenrls and relatives here believer Alvey had been captured by members of a gangoperating out of Chicago and Detroit NO TRACE OF ATLANTAKILLER Quietly Attired Man Who Shot Victim in Car Still at Large ATLANTA Dec S tity of the quietly attired manwho ihot and killed R M Brandon weal thy undertaker as the two rode reck essly thru the downtown section late Monday night remained n to polios today 35 hours after the crime was committed Chief of Detectives A Lamaf Poole whose early theories were blasted admitted last that he was balked by the mystery but an nounced ho was certain that jealousy caused the tragedy Ho declined to enlarge on that statement DODGE CITY TO PLAY BIG ROLE IN O TRAVEL Kansas Town Chosen as Transfer Point for AirRail Travel Dc lODGB CITY Deo 6 Dodgo City the wild and wooly cow capital of pioneer daya where the southwestern cattle and buffalo trails joined at tho terminus ot the mean dering Santa Fo railway building west ilong the then better known trail has been chosen to play an Important part in blazing the way for a new means of transcontinental travel Announcement has been made that tho city will be the mlddlewestern transfer station ot the airrail Una to be established next epring by the Transcontinental Air transport and tho Santa Fe railroad Other transfer will be Columbus Ohio and Las Vegas N Mex Transcontinental passengers leav ing New York at night by train will transfer by plane the following morn ing at Columbus fly to Dodge City entrain for Las Vegas and return to the air the second day for the flight to the coast Passengers who leave the plane for tho railway hero will find a vactly dif ferent Dodge than those hardy pioneers who quitthe railway for the century ago when DoSS City of ior decade crossed the traJIs of every known and unknown to history ami legend 4 Indicted for Murder in Rothstein Death Case WILL IMPROVE VETHOSPITAL Knoxville Institution Will Receive New Build ing DES MOINES Dec S least me additional building and possibly wo providing for 250 additional beds vlli be constructed starting within a ear at the United States Veterans lospltal nt Knoxvllto Representative 2 C Dowell of Iowa was assured in Vashlngton today according to word ecelvert here Allotment ot funds which It Is thot tiay reach for the work wll 10 made within three months it was idded Iowa Boy Wins Coveted Prize at LivestockShpw State Center Youth Awarded Grand Championship With Pet Steer Michigan Lad Healthiest CHICAGO Dec 6 flaming but farm a broad goodnatured oldfashioned grin to day It had had its hour and such an hourl A slip of a lad only 12 years old had come up from State Center ne mternatlonal Livestock exposition to win the grand cham he most Important event of the entire exposition with his pet Grayhalred stockmen still were gasping over this demonstration of what farming youth cnn do when two other youngsters from tho wide open spaces picked the prizes in the healthiest boy and girl competition South Dakota appeared to bo tho healthiest place for girls for It was from Brown county in that state that the blond clearskinned Thelma Svarstad cnme to win ths gold medal that goes with the titla healthiest girl In the United She had a remarkable score ot 99 TURN TO MARKET PAGE COL 8 KING GEORGES CHEST TROUBLE GROWINGWORSE Latest Bulletin Makes No Mention of Coiuirtibn Quits Business After 30 Years at Swea City SWEA CITY Dec A Holm vho has been In tho drygoods bust ness in this city for tho past 30 yeaiv a closing out his entire slock of goous it auction Two sales are being held ach day one In the afternoon and no In the evcnlnff Guy Bone who iow has the A 13 C corner store as rented the front half of the and will start a noveiij toro Women will never be as great athletes as says a sportsman nut they show very good Ion Opinon Gas Men to Meet AMES Dec cooperation with the extension service of tho engineer ing dlvlson at Iowa State college thi MidWest Gas will hold thr eighth annual gas metermens shorl course at Ames from Dec 4 to 7 IOWA FORECAST Generally fnh Wednesday night anil Thursilny rising temperature LOCAL STATISTICS American Sugar company weathet figures for 21 hour period ending at f a Wednesday Highest TiieatTny 18 Degrees Lowest in Night 2 negroes Relow 8 A M Wednesday 1 Degree Almve The wind was In tho southwest Wednesday morning after belnfr In the cold northwest for two days Thlr Indicates some relief nt least The thermometer went below the zero mark Tuesday night for the first time this fnll BULLETIN Dec S Georges physicians this moritiite issued his bulletin The king has pasted s fair night There are reasons to hope that the recrudescence of the In fectipn which caused tho last rise of temperature ia being moder BULLETIN VAISLETTA Dec S O wns understood here today that the Irince of Wales woulil not transfer to tho cruiser Fro blshcr from the cruiser Enter prise which Is bringing him from DiircaSalaam Tanganyika He was expected to go directly to Brindlsl Italy on the Enterprise T ONDON Dec 6 anxious public learned today when a medi cal bulletin ot King Georges physi cians wag issued that his majesty war suffering from renewed activity of the Infection in his chest Previously on Improvement in this condition haf been reported but todays bulletin stated that this was what had caused tho disturbing rise In his temperature which was noted yesterday There was a measure of relief to th popular mind however In the an nouncement thnt there were reasons for hoping that this recrudescence was being moderated nnd also that the night had been a fairly comfortable ona for the king There was nothing specific in th morning bulletin regarding the kins temperature Nor was anything sale as to how his heart iras reacting to the long strain ot illness It line been strongly reiterated recently wa tho vital point upon which tho kinRr chances ot recovery from his grave ill ness rested The bulletin Issued by physi cians during ths night stated that TURN TO PAGE 13 COMJMV 3 McManus Only One of Quar tet Who Is Ar rested YORK Bee 6 McManua Richard John Doo and a fourth unnamed man were un der Indictment for murder today In connection with the fatal shooting November 4 ot Arnold Rothstein big ime gambler Only MeManuB was Tinder arrest District Attorney Joato H Banton aald he had good descriptions and finger prints ot the other men including B photograph ot the fourth man The world Is not big enough fo lie said forecastlS early arrests MoManus auppoaedly Rothstein1 good friend has been Identified a the George Richards who renteu room 349 In the Park Central hotel in which Rothstein la believed to havi been shot He also was named by j waiter as tho person who called Roth stein to the phone In LIndya restaur ant that night after which Rothstein eft for the Park Central McManus overcoat was found in the room after he shooting There Is no doubt In my he district attorney said that Roth teln was lured to the Park Central hotel and then killed in cold blood nd that tho four men now under In Ictment were participants In that Just which of the four men actually Ired the shot he was not prepared to ay NEED FOODJUPPLIES Efforts Increased to Get Funds for Earthquake Sufferers MANILA Dec 5 slcps to rnlso funds for the roller 0 needy thousands in tho typhoon stricken area of the Philippines were taken hero today after it had bren re ported thnt the death toll had reached 102 that persons hi the center of tlio devastated region wore In need of food nnd that total had con estimated nt more than 000 Commander 13 Styles of he destroynr Peary reported upm lis return from a tour f Imistiatlon of the 000 pe jglon 3 Oil Wells Start Flow in Southwest Industry Views New Production With Alarm KANSAS CITY Bee 5 Southwestern oil Industry already burdened with overproduction today viewed with trepidation the flow of crude from thico wells in as many art joining states two of which arc gush era heralding tho opening oC new ami perhaps extensive producing fields Tho largest strike was tho Miirland Production companys Wildcat well that camo In yesterday on the Wil Inrd Goodrich farm nine miles north of Wichita Kansas and flowed over tho derrick Tho gusher rated good for barrels or moro a day was shut in after running wild for 12 hours with a loss of about iel3 of crude oil which formed a laicn men described It as the largest Kansas producer In tha ecnde Oil likewise gushed in Oklahoma Citys backdoor yesterday when Che first largo oil well in thoImmediate vicinity of the capital camo In for an estimated How up to harreis It was drilled In by the tnnitory Illuminating Oil niul Foster Petroleum companies at ftft Tlie well is six soiuji o tbn cKy Thn third well believed to bo tho ileeiiost producer In the world n small producer of amazingly VilKh gravity tost In the cenlcr of the lake field wrst Texas discovery poii near TSiln Texas It flowed 20 barrels of gravity oil an hou from tcct yesterday ECONOMY AGAIN IS STRESSED IN BUDGET DEM AND Kellogg Will Be Asked to Give Views on Peace Pact An abstract of the Presidents budget message to congreis api pears on page 26 of this BULLETIN WASHINGTON Deo 8 Moving swiftly and with little do bate the house today Britten bill to authorize for alterations and repairs to battleships Pennsylvania and zona It how to the Deo I gress had graphically called to Its attention today that United States almost a four blllioa dollar country In IU first real buainen mettlrif ot hft seislon U received President Coolldge the annual budget calling for expenditures of during ha next fiscal year and before the members could open their the reasury and poatoftice departments lut In joint claims for ns helr share Colncldentally Secretary Mellon landed in his annual report which pictured business at the end of the last flacal year as only S per cent be low that of tho previous 1Z months despite a drag In November imd yjt sot down to battoV President Coolldge for economy Iteelf evident to those who would appropriate government funds The president warned that it Is clear that we cannot assume any great additional expenditures without Jeopardizing the present favorable outlook The slzo of the national require ments did not keep the and lousa busy very long however The udget Secretary Mellons reportand the treosurypostofflce bill were laid side for later and more detailed con sideration while some other thlngs vere brot out The senate foreign relations com mittee decided to defer for the mo mont any action of the Kellogg treaty calling on the nations to renounce var Secretary Kellogg will be asked o give his views BritUm GetsFIrat Bill Meanwhile In the senate two de mands were made for congressional nvestlgatlons of the sinking of the British steamer Vostris They were iy Senators Jones Washington and Vagner New York The B on ate also oceived the resignation of T Cole man Du Pont Delaware because of the senators 111 health Representative Britteb republican Ilinols won the honors for getting hru the first bill ot the session It vould ask Secretary Wilbur to assign a naval medical officer to bouse to look after sick members Tho senate squared Itself fer a fight over Boulder dam Tnrift mil Sidetracked WASHINGTON Dec 6 relief and tariff revision regard ed by many on Capitol hill legisla tive twins have been separated lor tha time being and their reunion Is a mat ter frr speculation Tho two were pried apart with the decision of the house ways and means TURN TO PAGE 13 COLT7MN B Du Pont Resigns Seat in U S Senate Do TVc Fi Island of Samar that Knltcd Slntos Knnator T Coloi in ions must be led In that re of roskncM hssoat in the senate because or Ills health AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen The way I look at it short skirts aint sinful if you wear cm because its stylish an not because you want