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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 3, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home n r MM j sli I It AND MASON CITY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASBE FINAL lwt NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL BERVICB NO QUESTION MARK ON THIRD DAY Kellogg Peace Pact Mav Get I Kellogg CRUISER PLAN WJLL BE NEXT TO BE CALLED Reed Chief Opponent of Both Measures in Upper House BULLETIN WASHINGTON Jan 3 second resolution of reservation o the KcllOEg ireatjr as placed be fore iho senate Inilay by Senator Ulalne republican Wisconsin who proposed that Great Britains correspondence in connection with tho trcntyincKotintions ho not con sidered as allowing hat nation any reserve in Us adherence IXTASHlNGrON Jan 3 Kel logg peace pact and tho naval construction bill took their undis puted places senate today Viilh promises pointing the to first action on the treaty ana final action on botli within a short period The naval bill calling for construc tion of 15 new cruisers was up first virtue of its position as the un finished business on the legislative calendar but the treaty advocates Jed by Senator Borah of Idaho were ready to displace It immediately for consideration of the pact With a preponderance of strength Senator Borah reached an under standing yesterday with Chairman of the naval cgnxmlttee spon sor he bring the treaty up nnd keep it up until voted upon Illlbuslcr Threat Lessens Tho Idaho senator intends to make j that move Into today after Senator I Hale In calling up tho naval bill I makes a brief speech asking for Us early enactment As a result ot the understanding opponents ot the naval measure are prepared to drop threats a filibuster against it and let It voted upon after the treaty Is act ed upon Senator Korris of Nebraska a leader of the republican Independ ents who are fighting the navy meas ure has given the word that if the senate first votes upon the treaty he will not employ obstructionist tac tics against the naval bill altbo he intends to fight it it is believed his influence will bait a filibuster against the naval measure Senator Heed democrat Missouri stands out as the main threat to the Kellog treaty and to the agreement which appears to have cleared the way to votes on both the treaty and the naval bill He is going to wage a battle ngninst Mio treaty hut he finds his old ally in the fight against the league of Borah ot the forces for the trout y The senate is looking for wiidto tlilg clash between two of its foremost debaters who usually have Will Rogers Says KKYV YORK Jan where Mr Hearst hag for some plan to get the Eighteenth a m e n d m e nt out of the con s titutlon This 25 is bo In g t h r o w n away on a lost cause The samo as DU rants To on tho plan to en force prohibi tion Its not go ing to TJO en forced and Its WILL ROGERS not Roing to be taken out of tho constitution and there Is wlicro I will win my five back on IV R it he will bet me But he is too smart to think either one of these will happen Its In our cunstitution and will stay as long ns there Is a bottle left Tours WILL 1838 TURX TO PACE 4 COLUMX 2 3ft 435 MILLION IS ASKED BY ARMY IN HOUSE BILL Measure Seeks Increases for Flood Control Army Pay WASHINGTON Jan 3 Ing large Increases for flood con trol army pay aviation expansion nnd new construction at military posts the army appropriation bill was re ported today to the house Calling for the expenditure of by the war department during the next fiscal year the nvua lire was the fifth of the nine regular annual supply bills to come before the house this session four having been passed before the holidays 328 Million for Defense The total providing5328338815 for national defense and J107053600 for nonmilitary purposes represents nil increase ot over the cur rent fiscal year appropriation nnd an increase of 2nGC08 over budget esti mates The largest military Item in the bill is 5133550368 fop pay of the army This is an increase of over this years pay fund nnd is recom momlert to take care 200 additional second lieutenants for the air corps advancement of officers to higher pay TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 3 EXPECT HOOVER WILL STIR UP FARM LEADERS Naval and Treaty Fight to Keep Both Houses Busy By D HAROLD OLlVKIt Associated Press Staff Writer VyASHlNGTON Jan 3 V gresa puts on Its harness again today with proDDccla that it will need all tho energy stored up In tho holiday recess to conquer the hurdles set tor the remaining two months ot the ses sion Three of tile most Important nnd controversial questions ot the term were clamoring for almost Immediate attention while leaders were anxious ly awaiting the return of Prosident Elect Hoover to sound him out on th ituestion of an extra session Under a lastminute agreement b tween Senators Borah and Hale U senato was to give right of way toda to tho Kellogg antiwar pact bcto talcing up the cruiser construction bi Considers Appropriations Tlic house which hung up a reco of passing four annual appropriate bins before the holidays was ready receive a fight that providing fun for the war department from con mittee On Monday theways an means committee will begin hearing on tariff whk tho next session will have to dlspo of Tho treaty and navy bill prbbab will cngaffo the attention of the se ate for the next two weeks but lea ers hope for final disposition of bot questions in time to take up othc pressing legislation During the naval and treaty fight the senate also will bo faced by th public lands committee recommenda tloti for confirmation ot Roy O Chicago as secretary oC the Interior ind tho old row over the seating SenatorElect Vare ot Pennsylvania Whilo opposltou to West develops luring committee liearings leaders e icct his early confirmation Campaign Committee to Meet The Heed campaign funds commit ee will meet tomorrow to consider the oport on Its Investigation into thi during Vares 1S2B pri nary campaign Tho senate refiiso o administer the oath to Vare II In Florida on the basis of the com nittees preliminary report To Jfr Hoover who will arrive her unday from Ills LatinAmerican tour caders look for at least a partial ans er to tho farm relief question While he agricultural group In the house re opposing all moves for action a his session Chairman McNary of the onito agriculture committee has In ioduced a marketing measure has received tho Indorsement of Sec rctary Jardine The presidentelect has indicated however that he will make no recom mendations for legislation until after hls Inauguration CANNON HELPS PLANE LIFT FUEL FROM GROUND Flights Seen at a Glance Itr THIS ASSOCIATED 1HKSS Only survivor of three 1929 en durance flight attempts in tho west the trlmotorod army mono plane Question Mark continued flying between Log Angeles and San Diego today m a duration tost of men ami motors which may last weeks Tho ship and its crew or five passed Uioir 4lth hour In tho air at a m coast time and needed only 17 hours more to ex ceed the present refueling record of 60 hours 7 minutes Miss Bobble Trout IS net a new endurance record of 12 hours 11 minutes when she landed at Log Angclcs at p m last night thus bettering the record ot S hours 6 minutes held by Viola Gentry Elaine M Tuxhorn nnrt Loonar nhlncr were disqualified at p m Wednesday at Maishall Mo after 10 hours 64 minutes aloft In their assault on the refueling endurancfl record but they claim ed a new record Cor flight thru ground rctuciing IWea IOWA FORECAST Fair Thursday night partly cloudy fn south portion Thursday melit colder Thursilay night In creasing cloudiness Fridny anil probably snow jn southwest ami west portions slightly warmer Vritlny in extreme western por tion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeOazcito weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a in Thursday Highest Wednesday 2S ncRrees JxmCfit Night 17 Degrees At 8 A M Thursday 17 Degrees Trace or Snow There has been a gradual temper Ing of the weather since tho opening Jilgbt of the new year the minimum night temperatures havingmoved by progressive steps from 3 below to 17 iabove Snow descended for a brief itlmo early Thursday morning and there was yet a threat snow In inid forenoon iriien tht wi written Evangeline Booth May Be Next Army Commander American Expected to Get Enough Votes to Oust Her Brother ittJiTrcTiv LONDON Tan 3 nmncler EvaiiKelinr nooth wns In conference toilajwith her niece Cnnmitssinncr Calherine Boiilh at fnfernntinnat headojiiaHers of he Salvation army This was ihn first time that he American commander had met my member of fien nramwcll Htmths family sjnco her arrival several years ago Jan 3 oC Kvangeliue 3ooth American com mander of the Salvation Army be lieved that she was assured the ne ccssnry threeouarters majority of tho general council to effect the re moval oC Gen William Braniwell Booth as commandcrinchlcF These votes would also enable her lo carry out her program for the reorganiza tion of tho army It was understood that If Miss Booth should be elected lo bead the army she would probably affect Its reorganisation and then wouhltrctirc An official of the Evnngeline Booth group Enid Hint the estimate of the necessary majority wis based on a careful canvass At international headquarters however those who support General Booth refused to con cede a probable victory to the other camp They said they believed the counsel would vote confidence in the goneril to continue hfs leadership Supporters of General Booth said that he was mentally alert and that his doctors thot ho was well on tne road to recovery from hla recent 111 A synchronizing cannon operatcil on he catapult principle helped the Binline pteno on flight in Missouri during whicli t attempted o break tho worlds en durance record At the right are the men who piloted the machine tHaine M Tuxhorn left and Leonard K Inner Insanity Plea of Prisoners Governor Wont Cut Sentences of Pair to Life BATON ROUGE Tan 8 Only an Insanity plea and the state supreme court today stood between he hangmans noose and Mrs ieBouef and Dr Thomas F Drehc sentenced to death for the murdsr he womans husband James TL Bouef Gov Huey P Long laat nigh declined to commute tho deaf h pena y of the pair to life Imprisonment With the hope oE aid from the go rnor gone counsel for tho condemn d today planned to appear bcfor udge James b Simon who preside at tho trial anl request an inqulr y a snnity commission into the prc nt ineiitit states of Mrs IxRoue nd Dr Dreher If Oils move fails counsel planne o apply to the state supreme cour o halt the execution until a hcarln an be held GOLD SNAP ON WAY TO IOWA Lower Temperatures and Possibility of Snow Is Forecast BICS MO1NES Jan 3 cold ive reaching Iowa today and in creasing in intensity tonight Is fore cast by Charles D Kocd meterologlst lore Kecd said that a tilRh prcssiiro area yhleh developed over South Dakota orchifr tho theroiomcter down sharp s there wns toward Iowa rinsItiK lower tcniperatuies and pos Iblllty snow A light snow fell bore early this morning GIL HAS PLAN TO WIN PEACE Mexican Government Wil Buy Off Insurgent Factions MEXICO CITV jan 3 ent Fortes Gil today announced a an to accept the surrender of the surgents by which he hopes to icify the country within two months The president has Instructed mill ry comnander5 in all zones where surgenta nrc active to accept their irrcnrier In caso overtures are mafic nd to grant them snfe conduct to eir homes The sover lent will pay each In stirpcnt 20 pesos JlOt for his rifle and 3fl pesos for his snildle It will also Sive him a parcel of land and impic ments to till It in caso he so desires It was officially elated that the surrender ot the insurgent chieftain Benjamin Mcndoui had been agreed upon and that he and 4G of his follow ers accepted tiie governiucnts condi tions The chief of the presidential military staff denied newspaper re Ports that Mcndoza had follow ers He laid thnt government agents were ncfrolialfiiB forthe surrender of some of the leading chieftains in Hit stales of Jalisco and CJuerroro Snell Sees No Hope for House Farm Aid Action Coolidge Informed of Pros pect of Immediate Legis lation Jan J lief that there is little prospect of en actment of farm relief legislation by tho house at this session was prcssed to President Coolidffe today by Chairman SnoH of the honso rules committee Snell whoso committee largely de termine tho order in which legisla tion comes before the house said tlc president made no comment on his statement ncpnblicnn leaders h i0Ui houpo aud senate nro nt odds as to whether arm legislation should be considered now or held over until tho lloovir Ulininistratfoii takes office In the senate Senator McXary of Oregon to liaro passed his re vised relief bill which with the dls IJiitcd equalization fee climinnted vould set up cooperating agencies to issist farmers The measure lias been ndorsod bjSecretary Jardine Bolivians at Last Decide on Protocol Unconfirmed Report Says Government Will Agree to Conciliation Plans Reorganization of Prohibition Party MOINTIS Jim 3 B Hnmniond dry crusiirler has railed n neellng for the of the prohibitionist parlj in Iowa here Jan 10 KING GEORGE STILL IMPROVES Public Anxiety Lessens Over Condition of Mon arch lan was i undoubted loascniniof piibic an ipty cvor Kloe condition odny and a disposition to accept Uie ernesecretarys confident belief that ic worst over It could not be saM however fhnt 16 kings margin of safety had reatly widened it was frH that ino rcss must continue slow nnrl such inrovrnionis as noticeable must be Wht for foiitrlinic to conn There was also always a possibility or another sotbnl sui I uj lowed previous favorable reports G 0 P State Caucus Is Called for Jan 12 sioiNKs j 3 Senator 1 o Siiiff of Cumincbo has railed the republican slnlo IMIICIIS for Inn K here I To appointed H M Htoddud of Sloan of the senate piiironage committee Jan X I settlement of tho ParneriiiyanBoliv ian dispute seemed a little nearer o day with the report front Buenos Aires that the Itolivian minister here hail been authonjd to sign the proctoco for conciliation This report made to Ihieno Aires papers from La Pax and await confirmation Paraguay has approve the protocol and a special commlttc of the PanAmerican conference named to mediate the differences hr practically suspended work whi Bolivias reply was pending While It may have no direct bear ifig on peace efforts there was sur Prise yesterday when it was reportet that Argentina had refused to take Part In the conferences peace efforts Under the protocol a mertialion trib unal composed of nine judges would he named to investigate tho border clashes between rirnfruiyan and Bo livian troops Five neutral nations would have 1 representative on this tribunal nnd Argentina whs expected to be one of these tiio she wis not riiucsenlcd at the conference The tlnitod States Cuba Uriiaguiy and Jtrizil irc ex pected to bo tiie other four nations despite tho fact that hns not been officially beau from Mexico Or Iiiutnia may beInvliel to take the place refused by Argentina FLETCHER SEEN AS PRINCIPAL AID TO HOOVER Ambassador to Italy Win Admiration of Presi dentElect JAMES t t Associated Staff Writer ABOARD u s s UTAH E ROUTE TO HAMFTONROADS Jan 3 Tlie assistance given by Henry 1 Fletcher to Herbert Hoover on ills LatinAmerican goodwill tour probably will reeult in the now nm bassador to Italybecoming one of the chief advisors to tho new president In foreign affairs particularly in Cen tral and South American relations Willie there has been some talk of Mr Fletcher tor a cabinet position just what place he will have In the new administration is for the presi 3entelect to decide and he is keep ins his own counsel However it is known that he re gards tile as one of the ablest of tho diplomatic career men and is highly pleased with his work as a member of tito goodwill mis sion Hiis Many Friends Since one of the major foreign policies oC Hoovers administration he the fostering of bettor relations with other American republics it expected that Mr Fletchers advice and comisol will he called for frequent ly as he has ii very wide circle of friends among tlm governments of Supreme Court Will Hear Road Bond Case on Monday Jan 14 MOIXKS Inn a mvi supremo court todiv tentatively Ixeil Monday Inn M r a nil brnb session lo lirir arguments n appeal of state boml issue suit In which the fimHtltiitional IIV of rh ant was upheld Iy the Tolli county district conn Inst week I tho TatinAmeriian republics roprrspntlmr the fliif o partmont in Chilc as minister nrrl ambassador ind in liltring ilelirale period of Hie World wir Mr Fletcher iias been a dtlcgate Itractunlly nil confet onres held in rorpnt Kverywhere during the tour lie wn hailed as a friend by officials ot thi various governments and the fact tba the presidentelect brot Mm alon ippircntly wns accepted as furtite evidence of his sincere desire to sympathetically study conditions d TjitlnAmcriran and t tmclertanrt th people thrir nrobjcms Makes flood Time ABOARD H s TJTMI KV ROUTE TO HAMPTON ROADS Jan clipping off fifteen and n iialf knots an hour thij battleship TUKN TO PAGE 1 COLUMN 3 FATHERlSHJELD FOR SONS DEATH Two Children Killed During Dads Argument With Relative BELLKVILLE Jan S father was in jail today charged with slaying his two small sons Kenneth and folhi n sons of Charles If lls were klllel in their farm home lConseroii On luring an aixu HIPIII between their father nnd his iotiicrlnlaw Avtlinr Corlielii v Jio van wounded IVlieo said Twolls and CorfiiUl hl liiarrcllMl over tho rlivision ot prop on tho farm which they worked sliairs aim CoifliM liid gone Hie farm to discuss their difficul ties Inw the boys weio killed was not cxjilaineit ARMYS PLANE STILL TAKING FUEL IN FLIGHT Motors Working Perfectly as Ship Seeks to Break Mark BULLETIN METROPOLITAN A I It POUT ANGELES Jan lliinl ilny ot Iho refueling endur ance flight by tho armys mono piano Question Mark began al oVhxk his morning just at ler it had taken a new Hupplr of fuel from refueling iliino No The refueling plane piloted bj Oilas Moon inmcii 110 wf giifiolino In liio jucMion starlc in a slxnUmilc contact here short ly after 7 a m Tho QueslioM hree mo tors were reported to lie worlmiK perlcvlljaflcr 18 hours of ilutv jVflETROPOTATAN AIRPORT Los m ANGELES Jan 3 armys trimorored monoplane Qucv ticm Mark approached the end ot second lay in tho air here this morn ing after encountering some trouble In making Its night contact with a refueling plane It was supplied with 100 gallons ot gasoline at 2 a ri after the refueling plans had maneu vered above It for about two hours Lteut Odas Moon who mada tilR night contact landed at the alrpon and said his plane had first connected with tho Question Mark 3000 feet In the air and that seven mlnuts Contact which followed resulted In a loss of 1000 f u j Irea gallons oC gasoline were trans ferred Completes 44th Honr The Question Mark had completed Is fortyfourth hour in the air nt Fog which last night prevented the Question Mark from flying in the vlci Uty of San Diego was reported to lave lifted early today and the en lurance plane was Informed ot thin uy i flare shortly after the refueling noil been completed Thepresent refueling endurance ecord of RO hours V minutes wliiech t is hoped will bo only a milestone n the Question Marks flight will oc TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 1 TO ASKDEATH FOR RONGETTI Second Trial of Doctor in Murder Case Opens in Chicago CHICAGO iin s witnesses scattered tie state wilt ro ll crate its demand for a death verdict for Dr Aitiintp Rnnjrrttl whose BM onl trial for murder got underway today Throe stites witnesses who testier during the first trial when a Jury convicted JMngetti of murdcrlnjJttsi Ixircttn J who died following an illegal operation ngain will give testimony Two others both former nurses have not leen found Rongetti who had been sentenced to dlo In tho electric chair granted a new trial by the Kupremf court The Jury was selected yester day In an unusually short time for major cases in Cook county AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I Home owners dont gel divorced much You can init up with a whole lot if you iant separate without losin a whole lot   

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