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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 6, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV BTVTS GENTS PER OOfrY ASSOCIATED FRBSS LHASBD WIRB REPORT MASOTVT TTTV TTWA Oil I 1UWA FINAL EDITION 6 1928 UlflTED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICJS NO 50 KING GEORGE IMPROVES SLOWLY HOOVER PARTY STEAMING ON TO VISIT IN CHILE BPresidentElect Well 111 Pleased With Peru Reception I T S S MARYLAND BNROUTE TO ANTOFAGASTA Chile Dec 6 pleasant recollections of his reception by government and municipal officials and the people of Peru PresidentElect Hoover today re IJsumed his goodwill voyage along the iwest coast of South America with Chile as his next Astopplng place j Mr Hoover felt that he had been aided for his work as Pres Illdent of the United States by confer Jjences he had with President Leguia jjof Peru and by contact with other of Kidnapers Release Wealthy Louisville Gambler j V He was convinced that the United instates and Peru have tho same asplr Aliens toward promoting panAmerl panlsm He believed that the visit had Tficen helpful in cementingthe friendly relations which have existed since the ot the two republics Impressed With Reception f Mr Hoover was especially Impressed svith the cordiality his welcome by Jthe Peruvians who gave him a hearty Ssreeting thruout the fourteen hours Iho was on the soil of one of the old iiest countries in the western hemls I Jphere If Crowds waited for hours lnvfront of Lkthe American embassy and presiden y a to attend a dinner and reception at night Mr Hoover was also able to at the receptions by the American society at the Country club and by American engineers at the En gineers club President Leguia in formally ad dressing Mr Hoover at the banquet in his honor stressed the necessity ot PanAmericanism Ho said that this was the thing that Mr Hover was making the present trip to accomplish nnd had as its aim friendship good will and understanding between all the Amerlcnn republics A Bulwark of Such a union the Peruvian presi dent said has been and will continue to be a bulwark of liberty for all the nations of tho western world He julded that the Hoover visit would be of incalculable benefit to this spirit of punAmericanism Mr Hoover in responding stressed lUa importance of Improved aerial communications between South Am ciica and the United States He said Iiis visit was born of the hope nnd aspiration that it could further reIn fmce the structure of peace friend ship and unity ideals between these republics Mr Hoover referred to the steady and majestic progress of South Amer ica in the past century in political stability freedom and liberty peace increasing material wealth and In TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 4 Mussolini to Address Deputies on Saturday ROME Dec 6 Mua eolinl will make an Important speech In the chamber on Saturday and spe cial preparations are being made to give the session a solemn character as It Is the last one of the outgoing leg islature Orders were Issued today for all fascist deputies to appear at the session wearing black shirts and their decorations Will Rogers Says NEW YORK Deo My No vember message on tha state of the nation The nation never looked It was facing a worse winter Birds geese democrats and all perishable animals are already hud died up in their fur states down south We are at peace with the world be cause the world is waiting to get another gun and get it loafed Wall Street Is In good shape but Eighth ave nue never was as bad off The farmers are go ingin wln ter with prelty ROGERS good radios but not much feed for their stock Tours P S I dont want you to think this message Is pessimistic Mr Coolldga is an optimist and will be till March 4 Copyright 1928 ANTIWAR PACT mm Example of Canadian U S Relations Cited by Chamberlain T ONDON Dec 6 Austen Chamberlain foreign secretary believes that the unfortified frontier between the United States and Can ada represents not only a line which divides only tounite and the United States but stands in similar relation between the whole British empire and America Speaking at a dinner of the society to celebrate the signing of the KelloggBrland pact renouncing war Sir Austen said that the very exist ence of that treaty depended upon thi decision of the American senate with regard to ratification He added that no government would more quickly follow American action than the government of Great Britain Sir Austen followed Ambassador Houghton and evoked prolonged cheers when he seized upon the theme of the American ambassador speech to make his declaration con cerning the unfortified frontier Mr Houghton told the guests that this frontier was proof sufficient to the woVld that two peoples can live side by side not armed against eacr other He assured Great Britain and Europe that Americans and other peo ple of the ne world were essentially peaccrloving The fact that two peoples have been able to Jive side by side in safety and contentment cannot be wholly without significance to the resl of the he said Canadian ahd the people of the United Stater have demonstrated the fact that they are safer and happier without arma ments and without problems which in evitably go with them I do not want to exaggerate I do not want to press the point too far but I ask you Is there not a measure of truth in what I have said we not solid ground for hope now that nations have agreed to renouncf the right to use forco and have un dertaken to reach peaceful settlements In order that the apparent necessity ol maintaining armaments may be fount less substantial than It now seems Our experience at least would appeal to point in that Condition of One Time Husband of Del Rio Unchanged BERLIN Dec 6 condition of Jaime Martinez Del Rio former husband of Dolores Del Rio film act ress was unchanged today hut the weakness of hls heart was ominous Padro Sanchez Moreno the Del Rio family priest arrived from Miidrld nnd was at tho bedside of the patient offering religious consolation IOWA BOYS PET KING OF BEEFSTEAKS To an Iowa boy Clarence Goecke 12 State Center went the supremo honor ot the Chicago Livestock snow His pet steer Dick won the grand champion award Above sro shown Clarence and his pet The Thursday wars sold at tha record breaking price of 7 a pound The previous mark was pound The purchaser ot Dick was the J C Penney company of New York Boulder Officers Take Alcohol Load Iowa Bank of Little After Wreck Dubuque Man Held in Charles City on 2 Charges CHARLES CITY Dec than 50 gallons of alcohol were con fiscated by the Floyd county sheriff near here last night from a person who gave his name as William Rous ser 1105 Walnut street Dubuque Rousser was coming to Charles City from Floyd it is said driving a Nash car when he ran Into a car driven by Leonard Pudil Charles City Neither man was hurt but Roussers car was tipped A few moments later Dr J E Sansbury Charles City drove by the place and is said to have seen Rousser rolling a keg into tho field alongside the road Mr Sansbury notified the sheriffs office When authorities arrived at the place they found Rousser two 15 gal lon kegs two 7V4 gallon kegs and a suitcase full of alcohol Rousser Is said to have been him to hit the Pudll car He waived examination thin morn ing before H E Weatherwax justice and has been bound over to the jjrand Jury on two charges bonds being placed at on each charge The counts against him driving a car while Intoxicated and Illegally trans porting liquor Two Men Escape in Green Car From Little Rock Heading North LITTLE Dec 6 cipal and county officers thruout northwest Iowa were on the lookout today for traces of two men who es caped in an automobile after robbing he First National bank here late yes terday of In cash Altho tho men whom bank em ployes described as between 26 and 30 years old headed north toward the Minnesota boundary authorities be lieve they turned south a few miles out of town Their car bore Minnesota Icense plates The robbers who carried revolvers ordered J Lindeman cashier Stella Odens assistant cashier and four customers into the vault as they scooped up the cash In the tellers FOUR KILLED IN EXPLOSION 15 Persons Unaccounted for in Blast in Disinfecting Plant NEW YORK Dec per sons were killed at least six were in jured and 15 others were unaccounted tor In an explosion today in a disin fecting plant on East One hundred eighth street near ths East river Windows In houses within n radius of several blocks were broken by the blast Twins Born to Nebraska Woman in Different States FALLS CITY Neb Dec 6 Twin girls were one in Kansas and the other In to Mrs Wil liam Schneider of Hiawatha yesterday After tho first daughter wns born at Hiawatha early in the morning it was necessary to bring Mrs SclineMor to a hospital hore where the second at noon daughter was born Robbers Loot WAYTOFLORIOA Oil King Feeling to Spend Winter at Or mond Beach NEW YORK Deo 6 John D Rockefeller was speeding south ward today for his annual winter so journ at Ormond Beach Fla With him is a retinue of nurses ami servants He is due at Ormond at oclock tonight Wearing goggles and a gray cap with long earflaps Mr Rockefeller came to the city yesterday from his eatnta nt Pocantlco Hills and boarded the train at Penn sylvania station I nm feeling fine and expect an en joyable stay In Flor he told his old Mend William Kgan tho station Haugen Sees Hope for Farm Aid Treasurys Appropri ation Bill Up in WASHINGTON Dcc 6 the senate and house were dominated today by the Boulder dam legislative fight and disposal ot the treasurer postofflce appropriation requirements respectively the longlived farm relief discussion was underway in the corri dors The house agriculture committee got got together to outline its program and when the meeting broke up Chairman Haugen expressed doubt that It would be possible an adequate farm relief measure at this session TJte full portent of his words was a matter for speculation since there has been no unanimity of opinion among those primarilyinterested fn the agri cultural situation as to wether an ex tra session would be necessary to handle it The setto between Senator Johnson republican California and ths two Arizona and Hay for continuation on Boulder dam Johnson got the senate stltute the bill passed by the house for ils specific measure with theunder standing that none of the numerous amendments proposed by its oppon ents would be jeopardized Meanwhile the reapportionment question was up again before the iiouso census committee Chairman Snell of tho rulea committee said he hot a new reapportionment bill might be passed this session MIKLAS CHOSEN NEW PRESIDENT BY VIENNA BODY Nfational Assembly Head Succeeds Veteran VIENNA Dec 8 las president of the national as embly will become president of the Austrian republic on Sunday succeed ng Dr Michael Hainisch who has been chief executive since the present lonstitutlon became effective in 1920 Miklas was elected on the third bal lot by the national assembly The so cialdemocrats who had been support ing former Chancellor Karl Renner ast blank ballots when the third vote tvas taken Police President Schoeber he third candidate who was indorsed by the panGermans and agrarians received only 26 votes to 94 for Mlk las There were 91 blank ballots The presidentelect Is a member ot the clerical party which Is led by Chancellor Selpel Ho is 56 years old and was a school teacher He recently served as a college rector and has pre sided over the national assembly since 1923 When the result of the third ballot was announced the socialdemocrats malned gloomy anttiilKnt A spokes man for the dressed th e ne wv presf den t andsaf d that while his party differed with him they reposed full confidence in him and hoped that ha wouldwork whole for the republic Bookie Put Out of Auto by Abductors Alvey Given Freedom With out Having to Pay Ransom OUISVILLE Dec 8 Alvey wealthy bookie and gam iler returned to his home about 1 clock this morning after being held aptlve 54 hours Alvey was put out TIGHTEN STOCK EXCHANGE RULES French Finance Authorities Agree to Introduce New Measure PARIS Dec 6 bill provld ng for stricter control ot tho unlisted stock market will shortly be intro duced Into parliament as a result of what is known as tho Gazette du past so good the Then ho posed for photographers I dont mind being photographed 1C It isnt done ho re marked These flashlights bother me when Im not looking for Aided only by his hcnvy wnlklnK stick Mr Rockefeller walked slowly across the concourse of the bin term inal nnd Into nn elevator which took him to a lower level where he hoarded his special car SENTENCE TWO FOR ROBBERY Illinois Bandits Get Inde terminate Sentence at Joliet ALEDO Dec 6 Bor ah and Frank Rogers of Galesburg were given Indeterminate sentences of from one year to life In Joliet when thny pleaded guilty to larceny here yesterday In connection with tho rob bery of the New Boston depot in Sep tember Coolidge Renominates Fort Dodge Postmaster WASHINGTON Doc 6 Inatlons for postniastersblps sent to the senate by President Coolidge to day Included ilnrry K Blomgren Fort Dodge Iowa CHEST TROUBLE IS LESS SERIOUS PHYSICIANS SAY Subjects Greatly Cheered by Latest News of Condition T ONDON Deo 6 statement that King Georges general con dition was slowly improving mads in tha official morning bulletin from his physicians waa the most welcome an r nouncement that lias come from an automobile in a suburb with Buckingham palace since his majea Marthe Hanau publisher of a news laper of that name which Is alleged o have been used to further finan cial operations has been arrested with ler former husband and charged with fraud and two more arrests are un derstood to be contemplated by magis trates Investigating the case By Instructions of Premier Poin care Director Sharon who has charge of the movement of funds of the ministry of finance conferred with representatives of stock brokers and bankers associations and It was agreed that n bill providing for stricter control should bo introduced in par liament ut having to pay ransom Adhesive ape bound about his eyes from the ime oC his capture until after the Tbductors had fled prevented him rom identifying the three men who kidnaped him After reaching his home early this nornlngr Alvey said he had not been mistreated and added that the three men who kept him prisoner talked and acted as Alvey said he had been taken prls ner about oclock Monday night while out for a walk in front his iome An automobile drove to the urb he said and tho driver asked um if he wanted to rldo downtown Put Adhesive Tape Over Eyes After replying that ho did not Al vey declared one of the occupants of the cav leaped out covering him with a pistol and forced him to enter the automobile Two men placed adhesive tape over thatmoment untl ASiff fieowos put put of tho suburb hVard notxkhow where h had been confined Alvey said that jn conversation with the kidnapers the question o ransom had been discussed but tha no formal demand had been made him The bookmaker expressed an opln ion that the abductors had oxpcrl enced cold feet and abandoned plans for ransom because of widespread publicity and police activity From the moment of his entry Into tho car until his release In a Louis vllle suburb about midnight identity of tho abductors was carefully shield ed from Alvey by bandages placed lover his eyes Regarding his Imprisonment almosl i an adventure Alvey told his wife and friends who had gathered at his iome when he arrived that he had been treated royally and would not mind remaining longer with his hosts as a guest I lost nothing but the he remarked Alvey recalled conversation that bad passed between them and de clared his captors acted as gentle men and were pleasant and thotful thruout his captivity Told of Previous IMan The kidnapers he declared In formed him that they had worked out a plat to kidnap him Sunday night and had laid In waiting near his home TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 4 few days ys Illness became critical ago rt served to cheer greatly the hearts his loyal subjects who been with tense anxiety for some uch word that would Indicate a turn or the better The medical bulletin signed by Lord awson of Pcnn and Sir Stanley Hewctt said The king has passed a fair nd his temperature this morning is owcr general condition is slowly mprovlng and the infective process vlilch remains severe is becoming more In somo sections of the press this morning there was a disposition to call for more precise This lea for fuller information with regard to the kings illness led the medical correspondent of the Bally Telegraph to say that up to now there had been no authoritative cleanout statement with regard to soajwty warn Wea IOWA FORECAST Generally fair Thursday niglit anil Friday not quite so cold Thursday night In south central portion Slightly colder Friday LOCAL STATISTICS Weather figures for 24 hour pei lod ending at 8 oclock a m Thurs day Highest Wednesday 25 Degrees Lowest In Night 4 Dcsrcca At 8 A M Tlinraday H Hegrces Old King Borealls has had his lltle fling and returned to tha northlund on the lap of a comparatively balmy south wind Tuesday nights mini mum was 2 degrees below zero will that of Wednesday night was 4 de grees above zero At 8 oclock Thurs day morning them had been a rise of 14 degrees and some of North Towns snow covering seemed almost certain to ho linnishcd before nlrrht Buffering rrojry ORGANIST HELD IN BIGAMY CASE Musician Forces Wife to Wit ness Second Marriage Ceremony NEW YORK Dec 6 J LclghManuelle 36 church organist and music teacher who Induced hi wife to witness his marriage to n 13yearold pupil totlny was being iielc without bail In tho Suffolk county jail charged with bigamy Mrs LelghManuolte remained at their West Sayvillc Long Island homo taking caro of their throe sons whllo Miss Martha Van Wywi his newest bride wns at the homo o her parents In the neighboring village of Sayville The LeighManuelles havo been mar ried 13 years Mrs LolKhManuelli explained to police thatshe bccami aware last aumrror that her husbnm wns Infatuated wllh his pupil but when she found herself unnble ti check this she resigned herself to tlu situation At tho renucHt of her husbnnd sh called at the Vnn Wycn home yester day and asked whether Martha couli accompany her to a dentist In Neu York Tho permission wns granted At tlio they wcro joined b IelKhManiiello The three went to the munlclpa building where a was taker out and later nnd Mis Vim Wyen woro married nt the Marble College church with uelle as a wltnCHS critical for some days to come even If the Infec tion again diminishes Hope largely depends on the maintenance of strength andthe amount of rest be can Antifog appliances which are as signed to keep the air In Buckingham palace clear were put Into full opera tion during tho night to prevent the worst foff of the season from entering tho sick room of the king Queen Mary as one of the six coun sellors of state was called upon to a huge bulk of official docu ments that have accumulated durlngr ier husbands Illness She did not re Ax her duties as mistress of the mlace and was a constant visitor to ho nick room where her habitual cheerfulness was understood to havo been a great help to tho kins in his struggle for recovery Dniisliters Aid Queen Princess Mary and the Duchess of York spond hours at the palace dally sharing with each other the multi tude of duties connected with the great household and relieving the queen of countless personal tasks sucli as answering her private tele phone and responding to her private etters Kiby Princess Elizabeth daughter of the Duchess of York ta also a ray of sunshine to her grandmother Each tlmo she visits tlie palace she begs to KPO her grandfather and when re fused sends childish messages and tokens of her love which are conveyed to the king Great public interest has been shown In tho homeward Journey of the Prince of Wales Arrangements have been made to hasten his arrival In London inrt It is estimated that he will reach hero about S a m Wednesday having covered the miles from Darea Kilnam In less than 10 days Anxiety Still There was more than usual anxiety among the crowd which gathered be TURN TO PAGE 1 COLUMN 4 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen None of our family ever done anything very wicked except Cousin Ben used to say he wouldnt believe a preacher no iiiicker than he would anybody   

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