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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY PAPER FINAL Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY EDITION y PRODUCTION IS MENTIONED AS JIGGESTFACTOR Agent Says Countrys Condition Is Excellent Plane at Night Proves Success MAKES LAST RUN M Jan 2 Park er Gilbert agent general for repav iWlons expresses confidence In Ger i I iany s economic soundness in his fnp ths fourth rpn H The most encouraging feature for nn ill to payments for the cur it annuity year the report fore its that no question can fairly in the light of practical cxperl so thus far as to tha ability of the Ich to provide the full amount o standard contribution to the plan Gilberts Observations Gilbert makes these observa on Germanys economic health German Railway company 13 n carry annuaTcharge Flrvice on Itg reparations bonds no relchsmark continues to satisfy the the poiiit ever i production trade aria credit IP on B eteadlness than at any Ijjtte stnco the war Editions a Question Mark One Third of Way to Belgians Record BULLETIN ittETHOPOLITAN AIRPORT 10S ANGELES Cal Wn The armys trtmolored foklccr airplane Question Mark out to beat the worlds sustained night br refueling in HID air fi isheu ts first 24 hours alof f oclock this morning Piano was neavitiR San Diego J OS ANGELES Jan 2 k from San her metropolitan airport here the armys trimotored fokkei H WaS bUSiy to behind aerlal lloura miles behind it In tho effort to set a new worlds refueling endurance The hol0 to p In the air for weeks f m hours oner the take v PJT6 iad reacllel the third tOWard the record 60 hours 7 minutes held by Bel elan flyers and averaging a B5ait of o miles an hour had riown 1 600 mllC3 which If in a straight line woud brot the ship Us fve ku at that off S which took KELLOGG PEACE PACT MAY GET TO Plans Laid to Bring Cruiser Measure Up Second 1JULLETIX WASHINGTON Jan 2 An asreemcnt to put tho KelWe leaco pact ahead of its coinnii ion meiisure on the senate calen dar he cruiser construction bill was entered into today ly sen ators interesteil in thc two pro posals v v high Consumption Volume Steady 1 Tie general volume of consumn a appears to have remained Turrn of the on of tho improved standard j among the great mass ot the Population Sllbert testifies to Germanys ous payments of all sums due 1ih count and des Lt of Paclne thc i at 1 it i refueling plane No 3 ROS3 Contact was made 3000 feet In the air over tho transfer ot fuel Lieutenant Hoyt reported on his re turn to San Diego that no message had been received from tho aCCepted as a Cirst time that a refueling earned OI n midair at night Hoyt said the ailwas smooth and Umt tlicro had been no difficulty The endurance plane which is to re mam in the ailuntil its engines break off with a minimum fun t to pay for the war adds however that it is not to supposed that Germany has yet up for the values destroyed n I1war or for the values which wou S produced had there been no Payments and transfers during t rir amounted to 1730000000 KO rlts about 3140000000 about ir cent was transferred In forefe rrencles and the remaining 45 p IH Uy means of relchmark pa f nls within Germany Franco Got niilion marks of which France r more than one billion Othe tho rirstconlat Jan 2 ponents of the Kellogg peace treaty were In a position on the eve of the reconvening of tho senate to usli tho pact to a vote ahead of its ompanion measure on thc calendar he naval construction bill So confident were the treaty advo cates that an agreement is being soUBht by Chairman Borah of the foreign relations committee which wouia specify that the treaty bp dis posed oc ahead of the cruiser meas ure Whether Chairman Hale of the naval committee consents to thc agreement whereby his naval con struction bill would be brot tip after the treaty appeared to lie Immaterial for the treaty advocates have the votes to go ahead An agreement however would serve to assure a vote on tho naval measure Votes Are Assured Realizing that Senator Borah has the strength to press the treaty to an i at 10 ban Wednesday night anil snow probable rislnir por Tsibiy somonliat colder m northwest portion LOCAL STATISTICS weather figures for nour period ending at 8 ocl If ffincit Tuesday pwest in Night Degrees ft 8 A M Wednesday 7 Decrees ho first Icy thrust of 1029 sccms fbe at an end At any rale the Jjmum Tuesday night was 6 re TS hgher than that of New Tears and with the wind changed to south Wednesday morning the mlng up process appeared to be Minder way A layer of clouds was urlng the sun in tho early part ho forenoon ostallshed and 100 gallons of ne transferred in an eightmi ontact She took on 250 galloa 30 a m over Point Ioma near Jiego In a nineminute contart Circles Over Jtose BoivJ At noon a turkey dinner was served to the crew Shortly afterward the Quwtlon Mark flew to Pasadena and circled over Hoso Bowl where crowds were gathered for tho football gam between Georgia Tech and Caiiforna third contact was mado duric midafternoon when seventyfive gallon ciins of oil wero lowered fro fueling plane No 1 at San Diego At5 p m another 200 gallons of ol was put aboard the big piano by fueling piano No 1 That supplied until early today Another Ifecord Trr MAnsiIALJ Mo Jan lalne M Tuxhorn hopped off in his open cockpit monoplane at 854 a m n an attempt to establish n new en luranco flight reoord by refueling the air by using a synchronized cat apulting device Record vTnpoRT LOS Jan S Bobby Trout IS year old Los Angeles avla rir took the air in a sports mono plane at a m In nn effort to ueak tho womens endurance flight Miss Trout who holds a commer ial aviators license has about 350 lying hours to her credit The prcs nt womens cm anco record s ours and S minutes was made last month at Roosevelt field New Torlv y viola Gentry GEORGE FREEMAN DIES FROM FLU Veteran Railroad Engineer Succumbs After Short Illness B Freeman 78 veteran fllilwaukco rail rad niei Wednesday Afternoon T hia Mrs H bl L21 poilrtl1 immi C anii Ilcu The bndy will Meyer funeral 11 fincrai arranireincnts arc mule it stated Mr Freeman had cen ill o an early vote senate leaders have given AMEOfUDENT DIES IN CRASH hree Companions Hurt as Auto Fails to Make Turn in Road CARROLL Jan 2 WAibcrt Car ter Iowa State college student from Sergeant Bluff was wicd nnd hrCQ j fellow students were bruised In nn ac cident which occurred lust night netr Qllddcn on highway No 30 when an automobile failed to mnko a curve and overturned in n dllcli The young men were returning Ames after pending the holidays at their home In Sergeant Bluff tacit consent to placing It ahead and In return have received some assur nnces from opponents of the naval bill that this measure will be allowed to come to a vote If an agreement goes thru votes would be definitely assured on both the treaty and the naval bill and pre dictions have been made that such an agreement would lead to disposition of both propositions within two weeks Before the Christmas recess thc sen ate agreed to make the naval bill the unfinished legislative business and the treaty the unfinished executive busi ness This will automatically brine the naval bilj before the senate tomor row nt 2 oclock At any time how ever treaty advocates can move to go into executive session for consldera t on of the peace pact With a major Ity vote they will be able thus to kec tho treaty constantly before tho sei ate Senator Reed democrat Missouri will wage a fight against tho treaty Ho will gaJn som support from Sen ator Moses republican New Hamp shire who Is asking adoption of an TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 3 HAMMHTSTflX PLAN ATTACKED Hammond Says Governors Idea Is Scheme to Cover Up DES MOINES Jan 2 an of Governor Hammlll to raise 000000 rcvenuo thru a tax on noai eer was Attacked today by Johr B Hammond vice crusader as an nt tempt to cover up the extravagances or his administration and a proposal tlmt would in effect repeal a portion of Iowas prohibition law Hammond asserted that the rale of near beer and all malt liquors Is legal In Town nnd Hint law enforce died several years ago Mr Freeman ai been the old est engineer in point of service on division for a number of years id had seen more than 55 years of service f ared llis railroading career with the North Missouri railroad of bi Louis now part of tho Wabash stem in September 18G7 n the spring of 1SGS ho started ser cilgiigt tcnfal Southern railway i 187opllot the mountain region The Mil waukee veteran helped to build a thousand miles of the Iron Mounnin road airtoex O n sreat Mason City d Freenia llrst cnfflo Milwaukee railroad lino thru hero in I8i3 At that time the Milwaukeo had 12B miles of track Calmato Also a 1885 SeU1C MnSO Clty ln years a passenger cn B ncer Ai lecmnn had nn out of Mason City for Sunborn for 31 years Went Over Pontoon fr first service with the Milwaukee was his taking oC an en gine from Milwaukee Wist across the only WaS thc those days Tho pontoon was allowed to drift across Born Feb w 1551 at Belvldore oonn county Illinois Mr Frccniiii id upent most of Ills nr0 n IOHa coming to Buchanan county in 1553 n a farm where tho Illinois Central ncross one This EXTRA SESSION IS BEST TIME TO GET RELIEF Former Illinois Governo Leaves for Europe to Study Farms CHICAGO Jnn 2 o lUmder has advised tho farmers tc iwalt the Inauguration of President hcfr dembert Iioover bctor6 The former governor Illinois sug Bested that the Question be held In boyance until after Mr Hoover takes rrico because he is convinced that vhat legislation if any congress corns necessary should be acted upon t the special session proposed by the residentelect Before departing yesterday for a our months tour of Italy Egypt thc loly Jjina and Greece Mr Lowder ulto definitely opposed any attempt 0 tinker with the farm problem dur K the present congress Undoubtedly congress will wish reely to consult wth the president 1 gislation Is being aped ho said 1 understand that a special sesslo TO be called That i think would be thc proncr mo for action upon this important uestlon Hoover rvjir jave ponslbllity or administering wliafevm W3 may be enacted It appears to me at the wise course at present is to lit tho inauguration or thc new ad ministration He urged tho farmers and friends of agriculture to support Mr Hoover and lend their support in making his pro gram effective And Mr Hoover he recalled advocated formation of a stabilization corporation with liberal advances from the government Three Coeds Are Dead in Oregon Fire Lighted Christmas Tree Starts Blaze in Dor mitory MONMODTII Ore Jan 2 dart ot flame from nn illuminated Christmas Ircc set fire to a private dormitory on tho campus of the Ore Ron normal school hero Fast night nnd three girl students wero burned o denth Six others escaped by leap ng rrom a second story porch of tha burning building Tlio dead I Miss Evelyn Ohman of Portland I VIss Florence Graham or Ken Port Ore j Miss Margaret Hemmers ot Ores ham Ore Tho tragedy came on the eve of tho opening of school aftor the JiolJ days and the glrla had just returned irom their homes to resume their studies today Occupants ot the dormitory had retired for the night and wenf rap Ped when the tinderlike Christmas roe burst into flames presumably TURN TO PAGE t COLUMN 6 HOOVER MINISTER Or AuBust T Murray profes sor of cliissical literature at Stan ford university who has officiateil at Friends meetings i Vala Alto for yius will Bo to Washington at the invitation of Herbert Hoover to bucome resident tnin Friends incctiiiRs Ihtire KING SHOWING CONTINUED GAIN Calcium Treatment Brings Results See Steady Rogers NEW YORK jall lxotling much in the papers today but just what I predicted lo you tho other day would be in on New Years day Optimistic Predictions a 1 1 prominent men who are doing well Mr Coolidge I look for noth ing but prosper ity thru January and February Mr Hoover I look for things to kinder drag along In a Haphazard way till about March then real prosperity will start and continue for four to perhaps eight years after that there may be de pression Mellon says The country U prosperous if they Just let well enough alone Yours WILL CopyriKlit r ROGERS LONDON Jan j ent that calcium treatment was be g administered to King Georse with nefiuial results caused general hope today of a steady betterment in his condition The promptness of the patients re action to the calcium treatment was regarded as a good sign whno th method of administration was not made it was assumed that it was by injection into a vein It was behoved that if catch were taken in nourishment thru the mouth isoiption would be too slow and talu Used As Tonic medical authority said thc cat for t usea system it asgfst the heart and relieve it of the strain prolojigcd illness Charles Dochls w Herrick U S Diplomat Is 111 Condition Takes Sudden Turn for Worse Tho Not Critical l klne He is also the voung be only 2n years of age Jast nlghfs bulletin saltl Tho king bad a here n qn leCIui any and f calcfum based on cheinlcaToi iclal results To Kuild fp Slrenslli lad been virtually conquered SKl Turners Father CORNING Jnn 2 W4us 3ae Jurnor S5 Pioneer mercha nd father of Dan w Turner prom nent figure In Iowa republican circle was buried here S In inn here Ono dan Irs Roy Cohb of Mason Citv of tho union Ixsvyliig of a tm on a prohibited immodlty would by Implication re peal the prohibitory statute Ham mond declared He assfrtrcl that if such an excise tax should be levied Ishould extend to malt and hops nnl j I other essentialsuse rllo mnk Ing of homo brew i Monterey Puts Ban on Handshaking to Curb Spread of Grippi MEXICO cm T Monterey dispatch to El Universal to tllat an spread of RTlppo prompted Ilio city nnd sun lko extmno shakiInVh0 C a Ila Posters announcing the bin nn hand shaking and other prevenllve measures were u hniotit tne vily Ten MiniiHnm cnscs of grippr have Jecn mportcd fn Afontcroy alono tripo sroni nttlpt in Mr Ialves when he returns old jobVw York Herald Tribune Tardiness of Bolivia Interrupts Negotiations at his estate here took a sudden turn for the worse early today but Us condition is not considered criti it was announced by hs sou rir nely Hcrrick Parmely Herrick explained that Itho his fathers condition was not onsidered serious by this time it was hot best to call tn Ur John Phillips his personal phy sician Dr phis lips took a nurse and two tanks 01 oxygen to the Het rick estate at Gates Mills in order to be prepared for any emergency as the Hcrrlck home is a considerable dist ance from the city Tha veteran Jip lomat who is 71 years old has in with bronchitis M T HerrlcU for the past lo days He was seiL ously 1 a ycar a as gradually recovered after an opcri Iron and resumed his post duties in I arts Mr Hcrrickreturned Cleve land a few months Mr Herrick in one of most popular amlassndoiM to France At thc outbreak ot the World war he won the friendship of France by re fusilier lo leave Paris at a time when tlir Gerniin armies weie near 110 capital Ho won still further esteem when ho took charge of Charles A T iml horgh when the Lone at LO Boiirget field In after a solo flight across the Atlantic from New yrh Several mouths later I ndbcrgb called at a hospital here Where the ambassador was confined after in operation and paid his re spects Mr irervick became ambassador to Franct in m Cleveland s pri vate Interests have made him SELECTION OF CABINET LIST NOT COMPLETED Advice of Congressional Leaders to Be Sought T T S S UTAH Jan J lection oC his cabinet being next Important task ahead of him Herbert Hoover immediately after Flin arrival in Washington next Sunday pinna lo begin a scries ot conferences with republican party leaders from practically all sections of the county cm tho makeup of his executive fam ily Mr Hoovtr probably will invlto to Ills first conferences those congres sional leaders who took a leadingpart In his campaign These will include undoubtedly Vice PresidcntElect Curtis Senators Moses Xow Hampshire Borah oC Idaho and Sackett oc Kentucky Speaker Tongwortli and Representa tive Tilson tho republican houno lead er and Representative Xcwton ot Minnesota who was chairman of the partys national campaign speakers Jiircau and Fort ot New Jersey sec oC the republican national committee who was the Hoover floor nannger at the Kansas City conven ion Not Yet Completed The presidentelect indicated clear y today that he has not mado up Ma mind on the cabinet appointments The first task he set for himself wa ila LatinAmerican goodwill tour and is feels it Is unnecewy tyc cabinetEeleefTon until he reach hi capital The primary purpose of Jfr JJoov crs visit to Washington is to confer with these leaders While therehe ilso will ask for a conference with Ilcsldeiit CooIltlBe to make a report in his observations mi the goodwill lour In addition ho will formulate i precise program for his inaugura tion which he desires to be as simple as any held in veceut years H is no secret that Jlr Hoover hni found nmisemMH in some of tho stories emanating from Washington as to his reasons for going there lie Minted out that his home is there and that ho wants tu arrangements regarding his inso nnd to pack his Personal belongings before entering die white house Ioinls Oliiers ilso stilted that if ont di rect to Morida it would put tlo Hcn tors am roprescntaiivcs will whom U Jt nwo pointed out that every emiMI prrsdomolca since Hay 11ns congress with any leaders 11 hn would reg R in Hie prcsidrntelcct to Interfere In anv vay with the lesisHtivn affair is during another JUlmlnlslratloii wh record ot the good OC speeches Amnpala Salvador Corlnto Xicaragin San Tnse Costa Uico Iciinilor 7lma Peru to tho J lanyor banker Southern Government Has Sent No Order to Sign Protocol Jan 2 of the pluses that have come so fre Oiiently the prORross or BuajanUolivlan quarrel toward peace oday hal mediators waiting Diez do Medina Bolivian minister had not received Instructions from his gov in t0 slfirn 10 of con ciliatlon and until hc does receive beloneCre to iinys rcprescntativo wns at tho meeting yesterday of a apodal committee named by the PanAmeri can conference to settle If possible oonlroversy ir0 wns TPaar to Kn tho protocol Some conference delegates wero Me courage because of tho latest inter ruption In the negotiations Walt for KoljviR They felt that Bolivia had had time O reply as the protocol was cabled to her when It was sent to Paraguay and the latter country has already favoirlbljOlcrs believed Hat Kolivla probably only con SHIOIIIIK the protocol carefully aid that all would be well The protocol woul apDint a media on tnbunai of nln0 two each from Bolivia nnd Paraguay with the other five yet to bo named Probably thero will be one rach from the Slates Cuba Argentina Rrasll nncl irugiiay Tho latter three countries lave been askert 1 hey wol hc llllug to appoint judges on thc tri TlRX TO PACK 1 COIVJMN 3 standingns 1 manufacturer TIGHTEN RULE ON RUM CARRIER Canada Orders Liquor Boats Can Be Loaded From Only 10 Docks WINDSOR Out Jan S WCraft of tho Detroit river rum fires m ron entrte at 10 docks for itwdlnR belnl nliRtoday Insdad of nt mnre than 10 fls heretofore A new customs nrtrr which 1 PtfCilivo yraterlny limited rxnrt to I ho 3fJ docks wiih the hope of odur 1UKthe quantity f tnod jn into for oot Klf m shlpinfnts started ostensibly fr 0 locks wll rnh be manned lv a customs official firntsh the ncrpssary papers New shipping permit irms are in e isscd an1 WU cl shipment of fn Us t orlsln until it is delivered TIKN TOPAfil I COLUMN AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Jim is a groat help hi the church Hes always wrong in always so hateful fie in spires the other side to do works just to spite ill i oe nt In ivallow uf   

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