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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY 29 1929 AL NO 96 HIGHER COSTS OF GOVERNMENT ARE UNDER FIRE Coolidge lauds Value of Budget Thanks Employes Ty Jan dressing tho business organization of the government for the last time President Coolidfe last night issued a warning that rigid economy in federal expenditures must bo continued and tho rapidly cost of stale1 and local governments must be sharp ly curtailed it national prosperity is to bo maintained I At tho snine time tho chief execu tlvo declared that the budget system pur into operation to save the coun try from economic disaster had been fully justified by the results of its eishl years of operation He paid tribute to Brig Gen Herbert M Lord director of the budget bureau and the great rank and file oC the govern ment personnel for the cooperation which he said had made the system The presidents address ivas deliv ered a the sixteenth regular meeting of the business organization The sesj scons are hold scmlannually and arc attended by cabinet officers heads oC governmental bureaus and federal employes charged with the responsi bility oC disbursing federal funds rncraiso s KMiectcil General Lord the only other Kiicakcr the evcnii declared that a steady lincrcase in national expenditures must Iho expected a circumstance which he said must not voakcn the govern 1 mcnfs hudget policy As one means of deficit for the iiat allowed to remain nffliecr June 30 bringing a savins which he estimated at far from negligible sum of 500000 After enumeratingthe accomplish1 monts ot the last eiffht voirs Mr be done In tpite ot determined efforts for economy savings in Interest due to reduction of the national debt and lour reductions in taxes he said gov ernment expenditures arc showing n tendency to increase Bills pending in concress a short time agoho esti mated would have doubled the an nual national outlay while measures TURN TO PAGE a COLUMN 5 2 BANDITS ROB WISCONSIN BANK Cashier Bound by Pair Who Escape With Loot of IXONVA Wis Tan Z9 armed bandits unmasked entered the Jxonia Stale bank late yesterday after noon bound Rudolph Winter the asliicr and escaped with about f 3000 Winter released himself in time to co tho men join a third bandit and td away In a car SENATE Will Rogers NEW iOPK Jan had a long visit ana lunch with Am bassador Morrow He is tickled to get back to Mex ico as lie feels that there is where he can be the most good to his country lie told mo of many helpful changes going on there Coolldgn viu bavo no brigbter accomplislimeniti to look back on than his Judg nient of sending WIJL ROGERS MoTOW to post for alter all peace and goodwill with your neighbor is a nations greatest rec ommendation You show me a man that gets on fine with his neighbors no matter how often he heats his wife and he must be a man with some poodin him if its even just good Morrowchanged the whole sys tem of diplomacy from a drawIns room to a pencil and some figures Yours Copyright 1929 CDOLIDGE IS TO OF SHIPS SOON Plan Pending Anns Confab Heard BULLETIN WASHINGTON Jan 29 President Cooliiigo plans to send budget recommendation ti con gress for ap propriations to begin cruiser build ing operations at once provided congress approves IFio naval roti struclimi bill without tlio sliiHjIa liiin that the vessels Miould ce built within a fixed time BUILDINGS LOST IN OSAGE BLAZE TO BE REBUILT Plans Begun to Restore Block Fire Origin Unexplained QSAGK Jan sniolie still curling from tlie ruins of one ol tho most destructive Circa in the Uj0 lory of OMage plans had boon startej Cor restoring tho destroyed and re pairing tno damaged structures There was every prospect that there would be a rising from the ashes just as there was some forty years when flames devoured this same block known as the Phoenix block Loss from the fire which destioytrl tho old Hastings building and bnt heavy the two buildings n either side will approach al tho a definite statement from the In dividuals concerned has not been avail able The stack oC the Beehive Variety store and the Arcade pool hall was completely lost So were the furni ture and personal belongings ot fam ilies residing above the two places Can Salvage Fixtures Tho building on the west housing the Sanitary bakery was severely damaged Imi most of the fixtures can oa salvaged Both tho building aivl Trade jCampaign Tales on Visit FIGHT OVER FIVE AS FLAMES RAGED IN OSAGE THOSE PICTURES iesaea represent a bit of journalistic Wlicri news of lie fire reached the GlobeGa zette office tivo staff representa tives wero dispatched to Hie scene Iictures wore obtained from tlie Voslmrgh studio by prearrange meiit and rushed to the engraver by mail Tuesday morning a car piloted by Boy Fellows or the cir culation department picked up tlio cuts at the Waterloo cngravinc plant and returned tliem to Mason City in time to go into the edition printed shortly after noon All of this is in lino with tlie GlobeGa zelles ondciivor lo continue us NORTH IOWAS DAILY NEWS PAPER w I ts comin A REAL COM 1C STRIP j Muqqs KA i McGmnis The storq op A REGULAR FELLOW AND HIS GANG Watrch this Paper BEGINNING MOHDAY the slockof the Little Gem grocery wero harmed by tho water severe icat and a gas explosion which has notbeen explained Noihas the origin of the fire been Jan 20 clear iror almost tivo hour pension of the proposed cruiser I firemen crawled about the floor and construction program in the event an basement ot the Hastings bulldine armament conferences between Great liJIne to find tho uonrco oC the Britain and the United States is called was proposed in an amendment to the cruiser bill offered today by Senator Norris republican Nebraska The Xorrls proposal offered as the senate turned to another day of debate on the hill Cor the construction of Ki auxiliary warships voiild request the President to ask Great Britain to a conference limit cruiser construction Should an agreement ho reached the president would be authorized to sus pend such portion ot tho cruiser pro gram as would bo necessary to carry out the accord The Norris amendment made no mention ot Japan iva a participant in tlie naval parley FOR CRUISER BILL WASHINGTON Jan 29 Herbert Hoover was on record today as Indorsing warmly the clause re an immediate start on the TURN TO PACK 2 COLUMN 1 IS DYNAMITED Three Bombs Exploded and Engine and Troop Car Wrecked MEXICO C1TV Jan 23 latches from ciudad Guzman state of Jalisco said today that Insurgents dynamited a mixed passenger and freight train between the stations ot Coqulmatlan and Jala Threo bombs were exploded when tho engine passed over tliem and it was demolished An armoured car on vhlch the military escort was travel HK was overturned Soldiers drove off tho insurgents It was not learned vere any casualties The train was rroin Collma to Manzanlllo i smoke Flames made their first ap Pearanco under the stairway which separated the two business housein TURN TO PAGI3 3 COLUMN 8 MERCURY WILL GO UPREED lowans Will Get Some More Snow However Says Forecast DBS MOINBS Jan 23 thermometer will go up tomorrow ani Will slay up for a few days Charlo D Reed government meteorologist said today Tiio mercury will rise to about 25 01 more above Wednesday he said an will not do Its customary Into zero again for a few days at least Snow probable for Wednesday and in the extreme west portion to night he said Still Cold in Weat SEATTLE Jan 2D still held an unrelenting grip on tho Pacific northwest today after burying largo under a heavy snow blan ket and paraJyzins traffic in many places Alfred Johnson 14 was killed yei Urday when tlie sled on wliichho was roasting crashed into on automobile litre With snow continuing lo fall in many sections nnd the weather bureau promising no imniedJnie relief from Iho cold several legging camps and the mills which they supply Wero shut down Kurnl schools thruout Snoho mish county north ot Seattle were closed Traffic in iho inland empire of east ern Waslilngtonand Oregon was de nilnilixed by heavy drifts Train sched ules were interrupted and automobile transportation almost paralyzed iclioDli in many planes east of the Cascades were closed I STRICKEN TOWN WILL GET GOAL Supervisors Buy Snowplowj to Relieve Colesburg Residents COLESBURG Tan M land village hoped to have easy to its coat supply at rclursburir hiI tonight i Tho county hoard of yoslcrday purchased i smnvplow from I a Cedar Itapida Iinu ind it was poctcd to have tho badly drifted roai to retorsliiiiS open before eveninu Two carloads ot coal havo been thcro awaiting trucking but iho heavy snow HOUSE BURNS 90 IOWAN COMPLETES REST WITH HOGS CIIKKOKGR Jan J3 Tho temperature for this story is 12 IHouwro 7lic scene iKtlio farm of St tjlinlmeiin Cedar township Clifilmer alono in the house awoke lo find his escipo cut ul by Ho seized a chaic craahcil it Him tho mid flee Irut nly in his night clothes lo the hog house His son rotlirneil to find the Iirim in ruins He found his rather ffnishing a noor rest in as NOciation with warm lint restless hogs by Voslmruli Slndic TIero nre two views if the fin at OsaRo Adiinliiy mcitiiinj totally destnijeil tlic ohl llnst building lioiisinc the IJec liivc Variety store anil Hie Arearte pool linJI and liadly damiiKcil flic Uttlo jem grocery anil Ilo San fireman eroncii minimi for aj most hours in hc doomed buililitig Iiefnrc I hey nuclei find HID source of lie smoke wero used lint potwilli firo fishier was iivercunie Tlic Jlastiiigs buililiiiK was ccm sfrucled of InicU with a pcblile lash nnd tlie firewalls on either side are all that prevenlei a repetition of the ronflagi ation of Jn years when tlie cnliro was vriiipd nut The ent Iilcirlt rose from the ruins of Hint disaster anil lins been given the name rhocnix Itlcicli for that reason Four lines of hose played cm the flames Monday nmriimi am the Osaiw fire fichters wrro assisted liy Hie SI Anspriir fire deiiarlmenl Tliesr iiirtnreH were laken liy M II vntcriti OsHffc pholoKraplier shiprlly after Mm roof of I lie Hastings buildiiiK hail rallaitectl Tim Sanitary bakery is to the left nnd Hie Iiltln criii grocery is o he j Alimilay niorniiiKs fire was the innsl deslruitivc Osaije linl since thIiivlicli store lilaie of finir nr rivn yearn iifin KsliiuateH lie nss ninsB from SMIimi In 1S1 YCek Hflniw two days and tlio loads impractical Only bobsleds have been ablo ti negotlato ttia road since Thursday am Colesburg has nearly exhausted Its coal supply B number of families liv ing In a single room of their home to conservetho fuel SEES NEED OF MORE CRUISERS Admiral Says Mimic Warfare at Panama Emphasizes Lack of Vessels PANAMA Jan 21 flAlmiral Icnry A NN ilcy commander in chief it thn United States fiocl biliovfi hat present inaiuijvers linve dcmill tralnd the need of more light Much has ben i learned that is of aluc the admiral snid And the I resent lack of criiisviw has been ceentuatcdIlo cxprossel rrgret hat ho could not say mojii nl proton t n tho tactical iirublcnis involved In 10 maneuvers Tlio recent mimic warfare resulted tlio capture of the Panama catiil y the attacking or blarli fleet and ic men today were having a short Will Be Taken to Cherokee Hearing of Boys Is Scheduled ALGONA Jan Hanig 5 AVeslcy farmer who tried to end lis life by shooting himself In the head Sunday afternoon at Ills farm home was committed to tho hospital the insane at Chorokec today by Iho Kossuth county insanity commis sion Ifanls will lie taken to tho Cherokee institution by tho sheriff Tho Hanlp shooting took placo s short time the father learned that his son Joo Himg ind Roh bert Miiehc IS who was employed on the Ihinijj farm were about to bo ar rested on a burglary charge The sheriff of TConsuth county and the marshal wero at the farm homo after tlie hoys The father learning or his sons OKcajiadc ncilt out of tho house and shot himself in tlio head with u 13 calibor revolVfr The man was lrot to Hie liOKjiitai iirro where ho is re Tlfe vo jontlis stni in jail arc to lio irraimioirl tomorrow Weal IOWA FORECAST Unsettled Tuesday night and Wednesday snonprciliiblv AVecl nesiiay in extreme west portion Slowly risinij tenieratures Wed nesday ninl in extreme west por tion Tuesday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlohcGazrttc weather figures for hour period ending at S oclock a Tuosdny Assault Case Against Drimas Is Dismissed TlieliKst Idnnlny 10 Above lowest in NiEhl rtclow At R A JI Tuesday 1 Ilelow 50 of an Ineli ofvSnow OS of Irecipitation lor i thnc Monilay iiflernoon the skies pocmod ti anur tlin appronch of n blizzard out of iho nortluvcsl but the snn kont peekliij tlirii by spiplts nnd beforo darkness came sttllnesj had Iieon Know dciflcd clown inlnnnUtpiitly thru Jay niul nlsht and there wns about a halt inh addition to tlic lii inch covwjnpr already un the prround as fluffy as snow can lip Ciiir I riinn es oC nssnult nialnst William arralsncd in police court vutll I Tuesday morntns were dismissed foi esplto from their strenuous duties lie crews are helni srnnted sliwej lack ojovidencp The case to the number of J2000 each j Drhna wns the only one on the police court Wished Him Luck and He Meant It Too Former Governor Congrat ulates Victor in 25Minute Call at Belle Isle By JAJ4KS WEST Associated 1ress Staff Writer MlAJll BEACH Flu Jan M Hoover and Alfred IS Smith spent r minutes with each other today at the Hoover vacation home on Uclle Isle mostly reminiscing about events in tbn spectacular cam paign lust full in which they were the principals Wearing his celebrated brown dcrbv and formal morning clothes the dem oeratic standard bearer oC 1SI2S reached Belle Isle promptly at n a m the hour for his appointment with his victorious opponent His Inevit able cigar was much in evidence as lio stepped from the car in which he had driven from the Miami Biltmore hotel at Coral Gables wliere he has Iis headquarters Kasknb Went Alone Accompanying the former gover nor wero John T Kaskob chairman the democratic national committee and William F Kenny life long friend Smith led the way up th xliort concrete walk lo the door c Iho sun parlor where he nnd his com panions wero greeted by Lawrcnc Jiicbey secretary to Jfr Hoover The presidentelect in white trous ers and shoes and a double breastei blue serge coat stood just wltliiH tin doorway and ehoqlt hands firstwill his lute opponent and then with iho others Tho visitors were comfort able in two large easy chairs and the presidentelect and the democratic leader did most ot the talking Governor Smith said afterwards tat he had congratulated Mr Hoover nnd wished him hick And I mean it lie added em phasizing each word Wo talked about some of the fui ny things that happened during the cam paign tho former governor went on that Hoover related some cf his oxvn experiences Hint save amusement and that he did likewise Mr loover looked well was tho crmmont of the distinguished visitor This was the first talk the luo op ponents ever had altlio they had once before back in wlrMi bod were speakers from tlie namo n Now York city Missed Ilis Hreallfasl Smith directly Ixick lo Coral Gables for brcnhfast explaining that he hiul coinn away from his hotel without the morning meal in order to Ijo on time for his crill whioli was arranged fur last night by HasUoh jftcr Hoover had made a public statc Iicmt saying he would bo Kind I the TlJIN TO PACK 2 COILMV 3 BJKlLTpJWA POLITICIAN DIES Was Former Member of State Board of Pharmacy Later With Rail Commission B P Iveltz died at his home m Sixteenth street southeast at P m Tuesday Mr Kelt was born llarch 20 1871 His wife is tho only surviving relative in MasonCity The address of other relatives is unknown it was stated Funeral services will be held at 2 p m Thursday at the Uanrtall funeral homo nnd buiial will be at Klmwood Mr KelU waAi pffarmacist and for many years conducted aj storeat Webster City and later WHS made a member of tlio stato board of phar macists At the time of his death ho was working for the state railway commission having charge tncj bus and truck division Mr Kcltx was a prominent momlxjr of tho Klks lodge He came to Ma son City from Webster City with the degree team ot tliil organization in I IS97 Ilo was district organizer for a number uf years Mr Kelts liad liccn active in repub lican politics fur many years Four years ago ho was Klilc manaKcr of the JjaFollatto presidential campaign with lieadqnnrlriH in CH Mninra had been illlied with Iho Brnokliart element since its inception In altlio fn latter ytstin It wan evident that tho alliance was not as strong 5Ie always had entree to the confi dences ot the foremost politicians of the state Mr Keltx had been ill nlth kidney and heart disease for the last two months before liis death according lo Ills attending physician BRINGS RETORTS Patterson Shane in Verbal Tiff Over Amendments aiOINES Jim 39 By a vole of 81 ru M tlio Iowa IIOIISH of rcjircseiitnlircs toriny passed Ilio judiciary connnitten hill jn creasias the nunihcr of siiprcmr court jmlgea from eijhl in nini The hill now goes In the aenaln for concurrence Tho Imuso also ndoplcd tlm Sliaff resulution iHccnuraluciic mnjrcss adopt a nuiro Rtfln JCctit nriff KclicclirJc on tlio impor tation of molasses in tin manufacture of iniliislrinl nlcohnl The resolution alremly has passed tlie senate ami will be sent t congress Uy A1IIX M THOMVSDN Associated Press Staff Writer MOtXBS Ian 29 jT senators today Inanlgert in loivh wonli courteously caustic over five proposed amendments to the senate rules and Senator George W Patterson of Burt openly charged ihat tho senate controlled by a faction Objecting to n committee amend ment which would permit bills to re main In committees for 25 daya rather than 16 as under the old rule Sen ator Patterson said Wo who are obviously In tho minority faction do not want to fas where our fcrtvrvil puu from the senate Senator Frank Shaneof Ottumwn jrononcnt ac tlie rule changes told hc was misinformed Doesnt Know of Factions I was not aware or the existence t any factions be added Senator C A Benson of Elkador oincd in the riebato with the stale lent that while there 13 necessarily division ol certain measures no nch division exists In respect to all lemhcrs The issue went to a roll call anil itterson who bulicsved the permit important measures lo hurled for 50 days and to be killed the end by Urn sifting committee s supported liy o otlier senators nly The niolliinr session at wliich tills irst hurst or snappy debate took IAGK 2 COLUMN B FIRSfAlPTANE TIMETABLE OUT Phamplet Shows Time of De parture and Arrival of AH Planes CHICAGO Jan 25 first completeairplane timclabM and guide has uecti published Viy tlie American Air Transport association Iha irpace folder Is similar to a railroad timetable and contains th time ot arrival and denature ot m SO cities All regular passenger lines in the United states Canadn Mexico and the West Indies are listen Pianos carrying passengers fly 20 000 miles dally the puldo shows and the total mllenge ot nil commercial air transport planes H about 38000 miles dally AUNT HET By Robert Quillsn I thot Cousin Jim looked right natural in his coffin except he didnt have a cigar stub in his mouth   

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