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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                fforth Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FTTH CENTS PEB ASBQCTATBDFRHB8 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER 8 1928 UNITED AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL 52 SENATE TO HOOVER MAKES THIRD STOP TO GREET VISITORS Bolivian Delegation Is Welcomed on Board f T S S MARYLAND Dec 8 S I Makingport for the third time WORK WEST n South America this goodwill ship irot PresidentElect Hoover to Antof I JFigasta Chile today so that he might the people of Bolivia Alberto ftalacios Bolivian foreign minister other members of the cabinet and Dflicials came to Chilean soil to ex ihange with Mr Hoover expressions f friendship between the two coun nes For welcoming the visitors to Ameri lan soil on the Maryland Mr Hoover prepared abrief address paying trib itite especially to Simon Bolivar the of Soutli America who is fre quently referred to as a disciple of leorgo Washington Chilean Cruiser Escorts U The Maryland schedule was so ar ranged as to reach theopen roadstead it Antofagasta the center of the fam nltrata producing section at 10 I m The battleship was accom panied by the Chilean cruiser Chaea tuco Arrangements were made to serve nore than 100 persons luncheon on the quarterdeck of the Maryland after they had been received aboard with an exchange of salutes from batteries on the ehore and the guns of the aryland hose guests Included beside the Hvlan delegation members ot the iericanr colony at Antof agasta and Ciclals of the province findcity of Doctors Consider Operating on King BRITISH RULER WHEAT KING DEAD ASSOCIATED James A Patten above noted grain operator on the Chicago board of trade died at his Chicago home Saturday after a twoday illness remaining at Antofagasta for five hours the Maryland will pro ced to Valparaiso Chile where it is due early Monday morning Mr Hoover will take a specialtrain for Santiago at 9 a m Reach Santiago Monday The Hoover party will reach Santi ago early Monday afternoon and stay in tho capital overnight before starting across the Andes for Buenos Aires where they will remain for two days and three nights Tho Argentine government will furnish n warship to take the party from Buenos Aires to Montevideo where ai reception will bo held by Uruguay Equator certificates have been Is sued to all those who crossed that imaglnery line for the first time They were signed by Mr Hoover who made his fifteenth crossing on the present trip I FORMER WHEAT IS DEAD Famed Board of Trade Oper ator Succumbed to Pneumonia CHICAGO ec 8 A Patten farmer wheat Icing ot the Chicago board of trade died at his home here at oclock this morn ing The 70 year old mllllpnaire had been 111 only a short time with doubl pneumonia Mr Pattens wife and his son John Ij Patten were with him when he died He was only partly conscious at the end Heput up a good physic Jans said but his advanced age coult not prevent the ravages of the lung A daughter Mrs Agnes B Wilder lives in Santa Barbara Calif KelloggBriand Pact Occupies Senate Attention 240 REGISTERED FOR MEETING VIossman Morningside Was Speaker at Saturday Morning Session I7ITH approximately 210 boys reff V Jstered for the Older Boys con erence being held Saturday and Sun day at the local Y M C A and high chool those at the local association are doing all Intheir power to make he event a success Everything noved on schedule from the time registration started Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon and evening were n the main given over to organization or the sessions to come Roy Sor Chicago regional boys work secretary of the association met with he group leaders late in the after icon to get organfoed for the discus sion groups Leaders Chosen Those leaders named together with heir subjects follows Choice of and preparation for vocation Prof F S 5oVe Drake university Des Molnes Sportsmanship James Hartwlck Ames Recreation Leon Smith Des tfolnes Boy and sirl relations hnrles E Ford Dea Moinea How to make club meetings more Interesting Mr Sorenson and Dwlght Drew Des Molnes How to start work In the churches J H Godtfring Sioux City World friendship Paul Anderson selfgov ernment J F Trefz Charles Otty Gillio Presides C E Gilman general secretary cf the local association presided at tlje TURN TO PAGE GOLTJMN 1 HOLDS HIS OWN BULLETINS SAY Paper Says Long Consul tation Held at Palace BULLETIN CAIRO Egypt Dec 8 Prince of enroute home to the bedside of his father King George left Cairo for Port Said at p m He arrived here this morning on tha cruiser Enterprise BULLETIN LONDON Dec 8 live physicians who have been attend ing King George returned to the palace this afternoon and hold a further consultation on his ma jestys condition It was understood that the ob ject of the consultation was to make a further comprehensive re view of the entire case T ONDON Dec 8 George i apparently was holding his own to day In his fight against the illness which 13 understood to have begun three weeks ago today when he took cold while shoo ting Wild fowl In Nor folk It was elated semiofficially at Buckingham night ihat the kings being weliririalntalried learned that his restless day lie In the evening bulletin waa attributed to Xray examinations arid needle ex plorations which undergone The Daily Express said today that It understood that after the radiolog ical examination the physicians at tendingtha Wnff and H Graham Hodgson held a long consultation on the question ot performing an opera tion on his majesty alight Perform Operation The newspaper said tnat it was feared that the length ot the illness had so taxed the strength of the king that It was doubtful whether he hac sufficient vitality to sustain the ordea of an operation The newspaper gave no Indication as tothe character of tho operation iscussed and the report that such irocedure had been considered did no ppear In any official or semiofflcla tatement The evening bulletin was signed by Sir Stanley Hewitt Lord Dawson o enn and by Dr Hodgson and eaid he kins has not had a restful day A radiological examination was car out this afternoon Neither this lor the exploration by needle previous y carried out has disclosed any appre ciablo amount of pleura effusion The general condition remains un Later it was announced semioffl ially at the palace that the Xray photographs had beensubmitted to other physicians during the evening nd that they regarded them as of a satisfactory nature It was said that the negative re sults of the photographs showed very ittle effusion It was stated that this TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 4 WARM SUNDAY v IS PREDICTED Ice and Snow Likely to Turn to Slush Says Weather Man DES MOINES Dec 8 Ice on which Iowa has slipped and skidded tne last week will turn to slush and water probably latetoday ond Sunday Such waa the cheering word that came from the government weather bureau this morn igafter Des Molnes woke up to face the coldest tempera ture reading In tho above The capital city has been the chilliest spot In Iowa moat of this week But now from the country to the north tho waves of heat nro coming Calgary Canada was 40 above this morning and Charles Reed the eov ernment meteorologist promised tha Iowa would receive some ot tha wnrmth today and tomorrow So much of It will come down south that It wll around the frcrzlng point late to day ana fiulto some degrees above freezing tomorrow Attention of the upper house of congress as the nations legislative bodies opened thefshort session of the seventieth Is focusedprincipally upon the KellogsBriancl agrcciheiit to outlaw war one of President Coollilges net projects and one which he desires ratified before tho close of f ho above show President Cooliclge left Vice President Dnwes center wlia presides over tho senate and Secretary of Stnte Kel logg Below left Speaker Nicholas Longworth of the lower house In a characteristic pose and right a view of the opening session of tho seventieth congress with Clerk William Tyler Page calling tho roll In tho liouso of representatives MAYESMLAIN IS RULED OUT Iowa Fullback Star Cannot Compete in Big Ten Com mittee Orders CHICAGO Dec 8 Mayes McLain Iowa fullback was declared ineligible for fur ther Big Ten football competi ion today by the faculty elig ibility committee Allan Holman Ohio State sophomore quarterback was found to be eligible for two more years of competition as 37 of Byrds Dogs Die on Way to Pole Commander Sends Man Back to Yukon to Get More Huskies VANCOUVER B C Dec 8 A IOWA FORECAST Probably fatr Saturday night and Sunday but gome cloudiness warmer Saturday night and in east portion and south portion Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock am Saturday Highest Friday 19 Degrees Lowest in Night 6 Degrees At 8 A M Saturday 11 Degrees After exceeding the minimum of the previous night by 2 degrees Friday night the weather man turned loose southerly wind Saturday morning ond there was a rapid rise of the tem perature was Bud Foster basketball star Wisconsin Lorain Ohio Cop Reinstated After Wounding Autoist LOHAIN Ohio Dec 8 Cieco today resumed his duties as a member oE the Lorain police force He was suspended about 10 weeks ago following the wounding of Miss Detty Heywood of Elyrln n British subject when officers fired at an automobile they believed was hauling llciuor Clcco was tried for shooting to wound but the Jury convicted him of assault and battery for which he was fined Lawrence II Webber attor ney for Miss Heywood said a damage suit against members of the former Lorain dry aquad would be filed Heinstatement of Cicco was ordered last night by Safety Director Sidney B from Dunedln New Yukon to get 40 mile dash Zealand to the huskies to replacesome 37 dogs of the Byrd Antarctic expedition which died la being mado by Bill TUley dog driv er who arrived Aorangi Contaminated here on tho liner water Is believed to have caused the deaths oC the dogs shortly after their arrival at Port Chambers New Zealand RIley said Commander Byrd commissioned him to go to the Yukon to replace them and return as soon as possible after tho new year to New Zealand There he will connect with one ot tho Byrd ships and proceed to the Antarctic with tho dogs to Join tho rest of the party There were100 husklea before death stalked thru the kennels aboard the steamer Sir James Clark Rqss Three valuable dogs went mad and wore destroyed In the tropics and three of the litter of five puppies were drowned when a seaman who una ware of the storks visit flooded mothers kennel while washing deck the the WEATHER NEXT f EEK Weather outlook for tho 5crlod ot Dec 10 to 15 For tho upper Mlssnnl and lowcr Missouri valleys Temperatures ibove normal much of week bpf probably colder toward clone nofmuch precipitation first part ot week but probably general precipitation within latter half 3 SAILORS DIE IN SHIP BLAST Cant Identify of Trio Gulf Ex plosion per ARTHUR Dec S unidentified men were killed rid at least three Injured in an ex plosion on the Gulf Reflnlngr company tanker Gultland at a m The bodies of tho three men killed were oo badly burned that Irtentflcatlon was until ships papers could checked bo It difficult to prevent tooth decay remove the tooth from M It will st lot Review r SUGGESTS GUARD FIJR JREASURY Move on Foot to Pass on All Expenditures of Chi cago Officials Dec S current financial crises prompted a oup of the citys civic leaders tod to lay plans for a permanent munici pal expenditures commission to serve asa watchdog over the citys pocket bfiok The shortage l n the school board treasury which necessitated postpone ment ot payment to school teachers disclosures mado Jn connection witl tho payroll ot tho sanitary district and expenditures regarded by man as excessive in othir city led to the present raove George O Fainveather chairman of the joint committee on real estat valuations and a in tho plan estimated that taxpiycrs would be saved from to annually If there were a nonpolitical civic body charged vlth scanning tfci expenditures of all departments of tin city government Tho commission would scrutlnlz payrolls letting of contracts bend Is sues public projects Bpocial aas ments purchase ot supplies and enue from water nnd other Will Rogers NEW YORK Dec Is going In and out ot those Soutl American countries so fast they must be equipped with revolving doors The Veatris in vestigation c e i talnly turned In a thoro report they said the ship was wrong the captain wrong the in spectors were wrong England was wronff Am erica was wrong the ocean was wrong Witt ROGERS Theonly thing they failed to criticise was thing that caused it all That was the weather Yours WILL Copyright the GANGSTERS FIRE ON COUNTY COP NEAR CHICAGO Second Shooting of Po licemen Within 2 Days pec S Ilqeman was shot early today the sec ond in 30 hours to fall under the rat of gangster bullets Unlike the cose of Gilbert tho young police chief of South Chi cago Heights who was ahot dead In his home Thursday night the shooting of county policeman Ernest Schubert early today was not fatal The bulle that dropped him struck his left leg Another shot was deflected by hi star Schubert had crossed the street In Nlles Center a north stdo suburb tc cjuestipn several men in anautomo bile Before he could speak guns were pointed at him and trtggerE pressed As he fell tho car was driven away Today marked the end of John A Swansons first week as states attor ney ot Cook county elected on a plat form of clean up With the slayinsr of Chief Gilbert In South Chi cago Heightsand tho shooting of Po llceman Schubert the states attornei faced his first problem of driving oul the gunmen Tho police will have their chance to get tho men who shot the states attorney said If they dont get them I A coroners Jury criticized police o South Chicago Heights for the pro mlscuous and unwarranted shooting of Thomas Scanlon shortly after Gil bert was killed Scanion died when a volunteer posse formed to search for Gilberts slayer poured bullets Into a car In which Scanlon was riding after the driver had failed to heed commands to stop BILLION DOLLAR MEASURE GIVEN EASY APPROVAL Senate Continues Fight Over Boulder Dam Proposal BU1USTIN WASHINGTON Dec S The Semite public lands committee Secretary West to appear before it in open meeting next Wednesday to bo questioned in connection with hlfl nomina tion ns head of the inferior de pariment X7ASHINGTON Dec 8 Oil roao to tho surface In the odny to take the raajor place it has Decupled since the teapot dome closures The senate public lands committed decided to go into the Salt Creek ally oil contracts held until recently by Harry F Sinclair and In doing so it asked that Hoy O1 West present seo retary ot the Interior and Hubert Work former secretary tind now re publican national chairman appeaff next week for questioning Wests nomination is before tho committee Was Declared Invalid Tho Salt Creek contract later do clared invalid was renewed by WorU while he was In office but Walsh Montana prosecutor ot the oil Inquiry wanted to know If West had any knowledge ot the situation The houae rested today tta having during that time passed uf the b5ltort2at tor the treasury iiS office departments carrying than a billion dollars The senate however worked along with tho Boul der Dam bill cheered at the outset by a prediction of Senator Oddle No vada that California and Arizona would get together on tho question of water distribution Involved in the pro ject On the senate eldo with the excep tion of tho public lands committee there was little activity A few lioiiao committees were In session and one oC them the rules committee voted to recommend privileged status to mea sures providing for settlement ot tha Greek nnd Austrian debts and ap pointment ot a congressional commit tee to attend the Wright brothers cere monies at Kitty Hawk N on De cember 17 Treaty Has Easy Sailing The KclloggBrland treaty for the of war as an Instrument of national policy Is still sailing on sereneseas after tho appearance of Secretary Kelloggbefore the senate orelgn nations committee Ho said hat the treaty would not afreet tha VIonroo doctrine and after the mset ng was over Senator Borah of Idaua chairman ot the committee predicted early and favoKUjio committee action on the y Mussolini Marvels at Skyscrapers of New York Effort Will Be Made to Represent Iowa on Farm Board Rumors Indicate WASHINGTON Dec Haugen of the houao committee on agriculture Is definitely lined up with tho forces in congress opposed to farm action this winter nnd favoring It next spring This means that Mr Hoover will be consulted ns to farm legislation and that ho will appoint the proposed farm board here Is that a strong effort will bt made to liave Iowa represented on tho board Tax Refund of Near Million Paid Couzens WASHINGTON Dee S tax rotund of has boon given by treasury to Senator Couzens re publican Michigan from which It md BoiiRht to collect an as fCSHment of JURY GOES ON HUNGER STRIKE Judge However Orders Group to Stay on Job Until Verdict Is Reached MIAMI Doc 8 j wont eat a jury deadlocked foi hours notified Judge William I Grubb in ttio United StatcH district court here lat night Yes Judge Grubb sent baclc and by way ot emphasis addei that the threatening Jurors would have to remain away from their homes unless they reached a verdict The Jury ato and and after spend ing a night locked up in a Miami hotel resumed Its deliberations today In the trial or Sheriff Paul C Bryan nnd 12 Bothers charged with violation of tho national prohibition act Thn Jury stood 11 to 1 for acquittal Court attaches today declared thlf is the first Instance of a Jury hunger strike In the history ot Florida courts nnd Judge Grubb was being congratu lated as a first class strike breaker HOY SCALDED TO DEATH CHEROKEE Dec 8 18 months old eon of Germ Cantlno ot Qulmby was scalded to death today when ho fell In a pail of hot water EOlfE Dec g fT Premier sollnl today received Vernon Howe llfy American artist and spent considerable time in looking over his collection ot lithographs of Spain and his studies of New York sfcy ricrappers Referring to the skr scrapers the premier they were the mostwonderful structures that lie ever saw depicted AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Id hate to have our house burn but it looks like thats the only way Ill ever get rid of the dinin room junk our kinfolks give us for   

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