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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 18, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES F N AL i i iVOL XXXV FIVHJ CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY DECEMBER 18 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICB NO 60 ARBITRATION PLANS ACCEPTED KELLOGG PACT IS READY FOR FIGHT ON FLOOR Committee Agrees to Send Measure to Senate W ASHINGTON Dec 18 senate for eign relations commit tee today voted 14 to 2 to re port the Kellogg multilateral peace treaty to the senate The Kellogg treaty Is expected to compete cruiser construction bill lor prior consideration on the Bent on rushing the treaty to the senate before It can take up tile naval bill Chairman Borah ot the foreign I relations committee polled the commit tee today on the question of approval 1 when only a few members had turned up to vote at a brief session The action preceded disclosure that President CooMse believes that the treaty hag sufficient support in the senate to gain ratification without any accompanying reservation on resolu tions He had reached that opinion al ter conferences with senate leaders and he has been assured also by lite navy department that altho some op position to the cruiser bill is ex pected It will not be sufficient to jeopardize passage It is the understandingot commit members that tha Interpretive1 resolution ot Senator Moses republl can New Hampshire will be reported out by the recom which witt permit oonsJ deration ot it on the senate floor a tnVtime the treaty UP Senator Borah was undecide whether to report the treaty to tli senate late today or await anotht committee meeting tomorrow Those voting for the treaty in eluded Senators Shipstead fanner bor and Capper Reed Pennsylvania andEdge oE Now Jersey all republ Missouri Woman Held Husband Will Rogers NEW YORK Dec nformecl man in America wrote me this toflay in a letter so I set paid tor it Jlr Brisbane says Well the prince obeyed orders In not tak ing a plane The king is a link to the past and must stick to tlie pasl The airplane is a link to tha fu ture He still drives to parlia ment in a car riage Once every had to ROGERS tha king now its the Icings business to obey the prime minister who represents every Britisher and I dont care how right you are Arthur and I dont care how care ful Premier Baldwin was I still claim he should have flew 01 flown whatever it is In English and I hat the prince will tell yuu so too Tours WILL Copyright ANOTHER TALKING PICTURE BILLY RANIERI GIVES STORY OF KIDNAPING CASE Young Victim Points to His Captor Sitting in Court BOMB CHICAGO MANS RESIDENCE Santitary Board Trustees Home Damaged in Ex plosion CHICAGO Dec 18 black powder bomb exploded on the porch of Lawrence F King sanitary hoard trustee early today doing dam ago and endangering tho lives ot Mr and Mrs King and their five children Police were inclined to link the bombing with the recent discharge of approximately employes ot the sanitary district King elected at the Nov election Introduced the original motion before the board providing first for reduc tions In payrolls Honest Bootlegger in Response to Order Brings in His Still SILVER CITT N Dec IS Antonio Cruz socalled honest boot legger of Santa Rita who voluntar ily brot his still to the sheriffs office when so ordered by a prohibition of fleer who had been unable to fine It was dlsehadged in district court here HICAGO Dec 18 Billy Eanieri victim o three kidnapers climbec into a huge witness chair today to tell how he was taken from his home and held for 000 KING RECOVERS Wife Denies FOUOWING NIGHT REPORT popiar BIUK Man says son Also Died of Poison Temporary Setback Was Expected His Physi cians Say The smiling davk haired boy of 1 years was unafraid despite the assas sination last night of his cousin Ol Scully a principal state witness wh was shot and beaten to death iti west side Italian club where gang ers also assaulted three companions A few minutes before ho was calle udge E Gentzel upon seeing a corn cm jammed to capacity with spec tors ordered them into corridors nd readmission was gained only hen officers and bailiffs searched nd questioned each seeking en ance Billy was held captive for 13 ays last September by the extortion Is Dressed 1n a blue serge suit with ng pants Billy appeared very small ng the big chair As tho oath was re ted he did not respond and Charles fueller assistant states attorney sked him if he knew what happened little boys who did not tell the ruth God will punish Give Kidnaping Details Then without much urging Billy be an a matter of fact recital of being TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 4 The principal appeal of the GlobeGazelles Christmas Cheer FUnd Is that The Empty Stock pictured above This project is designed to make sure that no youngster wakes on Christmas greatest day of be faced Isy poignant dis appointment That person who is not moved by the humanity of this proposition is indeed callous of heart The fund that is being raised by the GlobeGazette has now grown to Last year tho total was well in excess ot There remain only six days for giving It is hoped that Saturday night will find the fund greater than last year Todays additions to the fund are remarkable largest oC them is the gift contribution oC J25 by employes of the American Beet Sugar corporation A second contribution came from the Ilanford Ladies Aid society a group which came to the rescue of the project last year too The TJ G club u rludy group has voted to contribute 55 loo The fund at noon Tuesday stood as follows Previously reported American Sugar Employes A Friend H Ilanford Ladies Aid A Friend Anonymous Friend A Friend K New total Just glance once move at That drawing above Havent you an extra dollar two dollars or five dol youro tho solo jiulpre of tlie give so that no such scene as this will be enacted in Mason City should be sent to the Christmas Cheer Fund GlobeGazelle Mason City LONDON Dec 18 was officially stated lit 3 oclock this afternoon that the Improvement noted in KiiiK Georses condition in this mornings bulletin htiB con tinued Dec IS long mul 4 patient struggle to save the life of Cine George and restore him to health and strength witnessed another ot its lX remulous fluctuations in the last 211 hours but the latest advices from the sick room this morning indicated an upward turn again The morning bulletin of tlie doe tors said that both the kings general con dition and the condition around tho infected lung area had Improved over night it only slifchtly The bulletin signed by Sir Hugh TUby Sir Stanley Hewett and Lord Dawaon oC Ponn said In apite of tlie king having passed a disturbed night there Is a alight Im provement in both the general and local Failed During These camo atter a night during which public apprehen sion prevailed that the kngs Illness after encouraging progress over the weekend might have tnlten a definite turn for the worse Such a disquiet UK possibility was indicated to tho popular mind by last nights bulletin It was understood that wellin formed quarters regarded the latesl hulletin as Indicating theslight set back reported last night was merely temporary as had been hoped It was said that it represented part of the ehb anl which was to bo expected T Dr Rigby and Lord Dnwson were KYttZli in with Dr llowett at the palace for an hour ami a halt this morning and left shortly after Hie bulletin was issued An nnxious crowd in front of the palace had assumed considerable proportions earlier than usual desptto the foggy morning be cause of renewed fears that things within tho palace were not going welt Tile crowd was greatly relieved when tho doctors report was posted with Its more favorable news Public Anxiety Grows LONDON Dec 18 ovor King Georges efforts to shake off Ills virulent Illness prcw ing POPLAR BLUFF Dec IS word ot a 37 year old wife stood today in refutation to her hus bands contention that Mrs J Ed wards administered the poison fron which he is seriously Ml in a St Louis loapital With Mrs Edwards assertion that she Is innocent authorities aso lm the word ot her husband that she ha poisoned him and killed his 25 yea old son Forest the same way Mrs Edwards under questioning said Edwards carried life Insunvnc as did her two former husbands boll of whom died under mysterious cir cmnstances as did her daughter Ethe May Padgett 12 in view of Knwards allegation an lie deaths of her daughter and for icr husbands authorities oro con iderinp exhumation of the bodies t etermine If they too had bee lOlsoned Her first husband Fred Padgel lied Oct 15 1024 and her second V X Ilitrrls Jan 39 last Her laughter Ethel May Padgett died lU 1927 Forest her stepson died recently Jpon bis death Edwards brot suit a confectionery store owner alleging the boy had been nolfl pois oned Ice cream but dropped the action when he became ill Physicians hold slight hope for his recovery Mrs Edwards Is liberty on bonds Hoover Party on Utah for Rio Janeiro PANAMERICAN OFFER BRINGS QUICK RESULTS Bolivian Forces Are Ordered to Cease Attacks APAZ Bolivia Dec 18 BolivianPar aguayan crisis made a quick shift in the direction of eace today with the accep ance by Bolivia of the good offices of the PanAmerican conference of conciliation and arbitration This decision followed on the heels of a Bolivian order to the commander of the Bo livian frontier forces to cease attacks on Paraguayan troops in the disputed Chaco region where tension has run high for the past ten days Paraguay yesterday an nounced acceptance of tha ianAmencan offer of media ion thus indicating together vith Bolivias action that the ossibility of immediate fur ther hostilities has been large KANSAS FLU iFkther UsesiONEILL STILL DEATHS AT 42jTwo Guns to SHANGHAI iy The acceptance by Bolivia It was stated this morning at TJuck injjham palace that there was as yet no cause for alarm liut the fact that the kinhul suffered a setback in re cent hours lias sharpened public con cern ant increased roars that hanccs of recovery decrease each his ilriy that no progress Is made against his TURN TO PARK 1 COMJMN R Welcome Plans All Ready for Yanks MONTKVIUKO Dec IS Turn Ing Lhe far corner ot bin Latin American trip Herbert Hoover lodny boarded tho U S S Utah enroute fo Rln do Janeiro where he will speiu three days before his Ions homeward voyage Brazil has prepared an extensive program for the presidentelect as a farewell to the goodwill tour which nas carried him more than miles foe the estabtshmout of morn cordial relations which will be ono of tho major aims of his administration Concluding hte visit to Uruguay Mr Hoover carried trom this republic deep Impressions of its desire to contribute to the peace of the Americas He gave expression to those impressions In an exchange of speeches with President Canipistegiiy at n farewell banquet Marine Planes Take Mails in Nicaragua During Rainy Season MANAGUA Nicaragua Dec 18 IP marine combat planes with their bomb racks disconnected and the working parts of machine juns removed have been carrying Costa Rlcan mall between the Interior and tho seaports during the emer gency caused by tho recent washout of the railroads there On tho request of the American min ister to San Jose Rear Admiral David Sellers thru Brig Gen Poland approved tho international airmai service Since last Thursday marine planes from Managua have been carrying More Than Cases Reported in State Alaska Hit TOPEKA Dec IS Fortytwo deaths attributed to ilvfiu nza and cases of the other respiratory maladies were eported In Kansas in the last Dr Earle G Brown secretary ot tne ate board of health has announced In the preceding week the total lumber of cases was placed at vith three deaths Dr Brown said his conversations vith physicians led him to the belief hat there had been comparatively ew new cases of flu within the iatt hours 300 Cases in JUNEAU Alaska Dec IS More than cases of influenza were reported today at Koonah an Indian Keep Libertyj mall between LImon San Jos and Puerto COHIIESPONDKNT WANTED Tho GlobeGazette is In need of news writer at Buffalo Center 1C In forested address the managing edlloi Tennessee Merchant Is Wanted for Beating School Teacher uce IS titled by two pistols which ho vorn strapped to his belt since a war ant was sworn out for him for attodayand It was learned that ho had tacking a school teacher who susnever jcft Shnmjbai as had been sup Never Left Hotel as He Claimed Rejected Doc tor Finds SHANGHAI Dec 18 ONeill American dramatist who last week sent a letter a nerve special ist stating that he was leaving Shang hai immediately was stlil In his hotel Weal of the conferences good of fices forwarded to Secretary of State Kellogg who sent the original offer was made pub lic in a communique issued in La Paz at an eariy hour this morning Deo IS Twice at tho fighting stage another change coma in the uayan Parauay la willing for the panAmerican conference to bo the mediator in tlie dispute Bolivia not leen heard from on thin but con ference members believe that she will also eventually accept mediation of fers This was taken generally to mean brJylit prospcrts for in orderly settle ment of Hie row but thruout botb countries the tramp ot marching eol dicra was heard anil troops are concen trating on tho frontier If a third clash comes peace might loso entirely the ascendancy sho ha seemingly twice lost and regained Tho council ot tho league of nations ot which Briantl of tVancc is president has sent cablegrams to both countries urging nrbltratioti instead ot war President Briancl also indicated that he considered calling a special session of tho council If tho trduble assumed more serious proportioHF Ordered Stopped There was pleasure In league circle when Bolivia In a reply to a league notesaid that the commander of the15olivian frontier forces had een ordered to cease attacks on Para guayan troops about 50 miles west of here The town Is entirely without medi cal supplies and is but one nurac to tend the sufferers Assistance Is leing sent from Juncau Smallpox Spreads in Yulion CORDOVA Alaska Dec 18 Smallpox which has been raging in the towns on Kotzebue and Nortun Sound Is reported in radio mcssagiH from Anvik to be spreading up the Yukon into tho interior The said half the supply of vaccine In An vik on the Yukon was being sent Holy Cross about 50 miles down the drive by dog team Xo shortage of vaccinewas reported ponded his son for not telling who had exploded a firecracker in tho schoul yard Clnyton Phillips merchant con tinued to enjoy liberty early todny Phillips whoso son Imd refused to tell sent In ultimatum to W Rochclle of tho Charlotte high school Sunday to reinstate the student within 24 hours failed to comply and father and son went to the school house Monday morning where the older Phil lips held tho princlpnl while the sun administered a Inshlnp Officers who went to Phillips stoe yesterday Imcked away fearng might cause unnecessary killing when the merchant wns seen with the two guna and Phillips continued to serve a brisk trade thruout the af ternoon Officers said today they believed Phillips would surrender when he calmed down and the warrant baa been put away temporarily at least War A game in which young mjn slaughter one another because a tiw stubborn and stupid old men couldnt Rapids Gazelle posed The letter thot ONeill wrote to Dr Alexander Renner who had been at tending him was a ruse intended to throw Interested persons off the dra matists trail Dr Henner today said that he had no knowledge of the ruse I dont understand he continued Apparently ho disliked my acr Vices He had a right to dismiss me but he shows no appreciation for my kindness and his actions are most un Plan Worked Out to Reduce Sections of Nationalist Army SHANGHAI Dec 18 nese reports stato that Gen Chiang KnlShch head of the nationalist gov ernment Marshal Feng YuHsiang nnd Gen Yen have drawn uu a scheme for reducing tho pros ont 80 divisions ot the Chinese urmy to CO IOWA FORECAST Unsettled Tuesday niRlit pnssJ hly flurries in oust purl inn Colder In northwest portion Wed nesday slightly cloudy and Bolder LOCAL STATISTICS GlolwGazfitto wrathrr figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock n m Tuesday Highest Mmirfity Peg reps i Iouest in Night 17 Degrees At 8 A M Tuesday IM Degrees j Trace of SomcLhlng happened Monday to start ho mercuo zoom in after Jt had descended to tlie 37 dORree By 8 oclock Tuesday morning it had ascended to 1 degrees of the raclllng point The wind was still in the northwest too making the phe nomenon the more remarkable The nm back on the Tucsdrty for the second tituc In about a hich was attended by a dlstingulftned company oE Uriijjuyana and Nortb Americans Is Kascd on Spirit Mr Hoover said that Uruguay dem onstrated that the moral weight ot na tions Is not based iipwn iteeor num oers but upon the spirit of chnracler of L people Uruguay is an ex ample ot the profound political troth that national greatness springs from the heights and depths ot the national soul f have Mr Hoover said that I might by this visit symbolize TURN TO PAGE There have been two miniature bat tles in tiie disputed territory of Gran Chaco The Paraguayans are thot to havewon tho first capturing Fort Immediately public feel ing In Bolivia became intense Bolivia put forward a claim for moral repara tion from Paraguay a claim that has never been withdrawn Bolivia claimed a victory nnd I ho capture of Fort Doquoron when TURN TO PACK COTAISfN fi GERMANY U S TIE AIR MARK Balloon Record Is Equal Be tween Two Countries Says Report Dec IS many and the United States tied for first place In a summary of all world records for balloons airships and air plunes madepublic by the navy de partment Ot Iflfi established records the United States and Germany each hold franco 20 llaly S Great Britain 6 Czechoslovakia 3 Hungary and Sivitz erlnnd each 2 and Belgium 1 Kach of thfi American records were established by naval in pea planes and the only American lam piano world record that for altitude alfo jnncle by n officer AUNT HET By Robert Quillen A good wife can forgive anything except tlenyin hersclC an scein her hus band hand out money to hit kin   

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