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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN 16 29 thn on i for ten I das trei nes Bhi wei 1 Tift bet 5 liai Fri fuu 110 H wo me set Jar an ho aa un 11 B ch nc in ol tl tt pi tl cl VI UPPER HOUSE TAKES UP 15 CRUISER BILL CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 passed last year by the house author izing the bigger navy Proponents in the treaty contest in many Instances were opponents in the Tiaval fight Opponent of the treaty for most part were on the other side today maneuvering for the naval bill As a result of the understanding whereby the treaty was placed ahead of the naval bill in the senates cal endar leaders iMllevea final Tote would be permitted upon the latter There had been threats of a filibuster asalnstthe cruiser bill and peace or ganizations of the nation have been urging such a course However thp outstanding opponents of the proposed measure have passed the word that they will not resort to filibuster tac tics to block the naval bill vote Norris Against Cruisers Senators Norrls republican Nebras ka and King democrat Utah sup ported by the republican independent are prepared to wage a desperate fight againstthe naval bill But un less they rely on a filibuster It is be lieved the measure will ba trot to H vote within a week or ten daya and passed A twosided fight faces the meas President Coolldge wants the tlme clause requiring construction of the 15 cruisers and an airplane car iler within to be elimlnat ei Opponents of the bill are going to that the authorization for cruisers be paired down to five or ten Chairmen Hale of the naval commit tee is going to fight any change in bill and Senator Swanson of Vlr ffinla the ranking democrat on the committee is taking a similar position The cruiser proponents hi Heve they can defeat the requesvof President would make the authorisation merely paper one Likewise they ore confident they defeat the moves for reduction in the size of the cruiser authorizations j REED 15 CRUISERS BILL Jan 16 the Kellogg iifeace treaty ratified the senate todajgr had the cruiser bill on the floorIt was calendar day in the house a routine session in pros e 448000000 war department appropriation bill having been passed y tew ot those who were op nents of the Kellogg treaty are in e role of proponents of the cruiser among them being Reed of Mis lourl and Moses of New Hampshire ealers ol the tight to havs the een port its interpretation of the pact This was finally done but Senator Borah had the understanding that the report would not be considered res ervation Supporters of tho measure providing for IS cruisers and one air craft carrier say it will pass but a fight is imminent over President Cool idgea recommendation that the time limit of three years for construction be lifted and there will also probably be an effort to cut down the number of ships tobe built Consider Radio Commission Committee hearings on the house side on the bill to prolong the life of the radio commission for a year are proving long drawnout and it was understood when the ways and means committee took up tariff revision that It would extend over a period of weeks Changes in schedules in met als were still under consideration to day The senate Indian affairs had not finished with Its inquiry Into Indian affairs tho it had ended testimony on charges by Indian Commissioner Burke that Senator Pine of Oklahoma and others sought to destroy him and the Indian service This hearing began as an investigation into the af fairs of Jackson Barnett wealthy In dian and Its ramifications promise to lead into various phases of the admin istration of Indian affairs Every congress for a numbqr of years had been occupied in one fashion or another with oil leases made by the government and today the senate puD llo lands committee witnesses to go into circumstances under which trie Salt Creek royalty qil leases were made to Slnlalr companies Two St Banks May figure in Merger ST Jan 16a f the Marcantile Trust company and the National Bank of Commerce of St form a combined institution with total resources of approximately jira000000 was recommended yester iy afternoon by the boards of the banks to the stockholders The new Institution would be the largest bank In the city and one ofthe largest in the west Arrange Declamatory Work ROWAN Jan have been made for the beginning ot rehearsals for declamatory work In the local high school Mrs George Kyseth Clarion will train the 10 stu dents competing REBEL DEMANDS S TROOPS BE ORDERED HOME CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 but without any American officers or soldiers In your reply pleaae tell us the date when these departments willbe evacuated and designate the for the opening of the conferences Only Means for Pea4 Without these conditions there cannot ba peace and you say that a continuation ot my armed re sistance serves no purpose my resist ance alone will bring the benefits to which you allude I must also say that foreign lives and be better protect ed by us NIcaraguans than by the force of a foreign government be any foreign interference In our affairs can only bring about the loss peace anS the ire of our people For country and freedom A C SANDINO The letter was dated El Chipote Jan 1 His Mountain Stronghold El Chipote is the mountain strong hold which Sandino occupied in north ern Nicaragua but fhlch America marine brigade headquarters have an nounced to be in their possession re porting that Sandino was routed from here last January Sandino sent copies of this letter to President Moncatla and his letter of transmlttal read It is only with you that I would be willing to talk peace and not thru intermediaries who have no business to mix in our Internal affairs Should you ignore this call the responsibility for the disinte gration of the liberty party will fal on your shoulders Wants New Stale MANAGUA Nicaragua Jan 16 Augustino Sandino rebel lead er has proposed that the province of Nueva Segovia be separated from Nicaragua and placed under his con trol President Jose Maria re ply to the proposal wasto call it trea son and to order the enlistment of volunteers to combat Sandino and his followers whom he termed outlaws W R Cothern M D Recta and Chronic Diseases Piles cured by painless office methods without an operation Private diseases of men and women Abrams anil other electric treatments fflven including Diathermy which wil cure any case of uncompli cated rheumatism Special attention given to proper diet in cases treated I moved my office to 2S4 E STATE ST OVER LUNDBERGS Eleven threat in Mason City Phone 1546 Get a New Riverside Battery While the reduced prices of Wards MidWinter Sale are in effectTry it 60 days and be convinced it is the best battery for your use and the greatest bat tery value youve ever seen They satisfactorily meet all needs with a flood of quick extra power when you want in the coldest weatherGuar anteed for 2 years One Million Satisfied Users New Low Prices on Riverside Batteries De Luxe Batteries at MidWinter Sale Price For Ford Chevrolet Overland Pontiac Whippet and other De Luxe Batteries at MidWinter Sale Price For Buick Hudson Hupmoblle Chrysler Nash Studebaker De Luxe Batteries at MidWinter Sale Price For LaSalle Marmoh Cadillac Franklin Advance Nash SuperPower Batteries Guaranteed for Years Available for all types of cars MONTGOMERY WARD CQ 2430 Second Street NE Phone 57 Mason City Iowa He added that the porposal was lun acy President Monoada and General San Una followers of Br Juan B Sacasa recently appointed Nlcara guan minister to Washington when headed a liberal government at Puerto Cabezas Term of Moncada Moncada waa commander ot the lib era armies and agreed to make peace with the conservative Diaz govern ment ot the terms being Ameri can supervision of a presidential elec tion which Monoada won General Sandino was tho only liberal army leader who refused to lay down arms and his revolutionary activities in northern Nicaragua resulted in many engagements with American marines during the fall and winter of 1927 and during 1938 in which ma rines were killed The proposal of General Sandino was sent to President Moncada thru relatives and Included a suggestion for a peace conference between the two at which the matter would be cussed I have taken steps to stop this shameful farce of patriotism by ord ering the enlistment of volunteers to combat the outlaws President Mon cada said Peace reigns over the country except In a small area to the north near the border of Honduras where small bands of outlaws are de stroying crops Would Declare Martial Law I am obliged to prevent this state o atfalrs and martial law will be de clared In the disturbed region Suffi cient force will be organized to re store tranquility to the entire conn try A bill to appropriate money for tho support of the Guardia Nacional which Is officered by American ma rines has been debated by congress for daya but has not been passed Tho Guardia Is now operating under presi dential decree Mrs Freeman Potter Body Brot to Floyd FLOYD Jan body of Mrs Freeman Potter was brot here from Arkansas Thursday for burial BOOTH WONT RESIGN FROM ARMY OFFICE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 for the request was that was 11 I carefully and prayerfully considered the entire question In all its bearings the statement concluded and much as in some respects I should welcome complete rest and re lief from responsibility I feel I should be less than a man let alone the leader of a great religious organ ization if I agreed to a request to re tire at a time when aa I understand there is agitation to change the foun dation on which It rests Therefore I am compelled to re fuse to do so Too Feeble for Job Seven members of the high coun cil who presented to him the proposal that heretire reported that they were convinced that ho was too feeble to continue effective performance of his duties The report said that a study of the communication which the committee brot to lilm wne beyond his powers It said that he was not quite able to follow the statement that was made to him and added that in his words to She commutes he appeared to ba fol lowing a course that had been pared for his mind Mel vin C Fisk Body Buried at Goodell FOREST CITY Jan body of Melvin C Fisk 19 Fairview S Dak whose sudden death occurred Jan 9 while he was telephoning was sent to Garner and Interment was made In the Amsterdam cemetery at Goodell in the Fisk family lot Fri day Jan 11 News of his death was received by his nephew A R Church of this city Mr Fisk came to Iowa in the early 50s having settled in Hancock coun ty where he taught school for a num ber of years Because of asthma he went to Irene Nebr but In 1809 moved to Fairview S Dak where he lived until his death He is survived by an aged sister Frances Thatcher Chelsea Mich and nine nephews and nieces Cedar Rapids Minister Heads Iowa Lutherans DES MOINES Jan 16 Rev J o Simon of Cedar Haplds Is he new head of the Iowa synod of he United Lutheran church He was also made a director of the Univcr Ity of Iowa school of religion Iowa Horses Win Award DENVER Jan 16 at he horse show here included Pair of Sailed saddle horses Clyde S Milter Waterloo Iowa third WARMER PERIOD DUE FOR IOWA SubZero Weather Gone for Time Being Weather Man Reports DES MOINES Jan i6 of the subzero temperatures which have afflicted Iowa for two days hod departed today and by tomorrow will have given way to more moderate weather thruout tho weather bureau here announced this morning The Iowa weather stations reported minus zero marks tills morning Du bucjuo being coldest at 4 below and Charles City next with 2 below At Davenport It was zero Des Moines o above and Keokuk 6 above Sioux City and Council Bluffs in the front line of the advancing warmer temper atures coming from the west had 10 and 8 above respectively weather bureau emphaslzad that whilo slowly rising temperatures were looked for along with snow to night and tomorrow no pronounced departure from the cold weather of tho last tew days might be expected Waterloo Man Given Patent on Internal Combustion Engine DBS MOINES Jan 16 ents on an internal combustion engine have been Issued to Harold B Mo Cray Waterloo it was announced here today by Batr Freeman and Sin fciafr patent attorneys Other patents granted to lowans ln elude one on a new automatic magnet ic separator for coal crushers issued to Archie Burns JJes Moines on a ditcher carrier to George T Monk Cedar Hapids and on a cultivator shield holder to J Graybill and Lee R Teague Logan Patents have also been Issued to Henry w DeJarnette Des Moines for an Ink distributor Clyde H Harding Council Bluffs pipe pusher and Henry SVIemer Dow City on a water pan holder Woman Wounded by Shot Fired Thru Window of Home BIRMINGHAM Ala Jan 16 Mrs Mabel Etherldge 36 mother of five children was wounded probably fatally and T G Ivey who said he was a boarder in the Etherldge home was wounded in the hand when an un identifled assailant fired several shots thru a window of the house shortly be fore 1 oclock this morning AWAIT EXPERTS IN HARSH TRIP of Drag Store ers Death Told on Stand ATLANTA Ga Jan with extremes in testimony rang from descriptions of fashionable Capital City Country to a debt of 70 cents owed a bus boy George H Harsh en tered the second day of his trial for murder Several of the etatete more ant witnesses had passed thru the ness stand but the expert medical timony as to the defendants sanity which was expected to play a major part in the trial was yet to conie The trial which has attracted un usual attention due to the social prom inence ot Harsh got under way lion day and the jury was completed by noon of the opening day fol lowed testimony that Harsh had en tered the drug store told Bmith he waa there to hold him up and then mortally wounded him when he at tempted toresist A bullet in the hip from Smith re volvor resulted in ths arrest of Harsh and the naming 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