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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                x North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED STRESS LEASEDWgEjgRViCE MASON CITY IOWAMONDAY DECEMBER 161929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICEN0 58 PLAN VESSEL REPORTS AIRPLANE OVER SOUTH ATANTIC Two Flyers Enroute From Spain to Capital of Uruguay BULLETIN FERNANDO DO NOBNHA Brazil Dec IB Uru guayan transAtlantic plane en router from Spain to Montevi doo was reported at a point ap proxlmately 600 miles south of the Cape Verde Islands this morning FERNANDO DO NOKON HA Brazil Dec 16 Spanishsteamer Sebastian Del cano today reported sighting Capt Tadeo LarreBorges Uru guayan flyer south of the Cape Verde Islands off the cobsfc of Africa All appeared yell aboard the transAtlantic plane CEVILLEr Spain Dec 16 kJ Two aviators today headed southwest across the Atlantic on a journey of 6000 miles from Tablada airdrome here to Montevideo capi tal of Uruguay South America Maj Tadeo LarreBorges Uru 1 guayan and Lieutenant Challes French left herein their French Breguet plane at p m Sun day am CS T and were sighted last over Rio de Oro north west Africa at p m p m E S The speed established by the plane 6yerrthe first part its coursewas Bandit i Spanish i coast Bianco1 about miles second the At iautic to Pernambuco Brazil about 2pOO miles third and longest down the coast to the La Plata Estuary and Montevideo of about 2400 miles The plane might be expected to reach Montevideo Tuesday after noon Had Good Weather The aviators were favored Sunday night and Monday morning with good weather The skies were clear and a brilliant moon lighted their way down the African west coast and out to sea Friends of the two assembled here to witness their takeoff short ly after noon Many signed their names on the wings of the plane which has a dual control and ia equipped with a 450 horse power motor The French flag is i TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 7 T Petition Against Vaccination KNOXVTLLE Dec 16 Re tjuesting that the school board cease Demanding that pupils be vaccinated against smallpox a petition signed by several hundred persons has been presented to the board here The pe titioners claim that if an epidemic prevails the schools and public j meetings should be closed SKt Wea Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Dec These are tough times to this country to express an opinion A college profes sor down in Heffland casu ally remarked That while J o na h might have swallowed the whale or vice versa he personally did inothave enough VVILLROGEKS f swaUow the story The school offered up a prayer for him but no further salary That will be a lesson to him to lay off Jonah in his fu ture monolog Then General Smedley Butler started doing a little reminiscing out loud about some of the old time antics of the Marines in Nicaragua and now he is to face a senatorial ifirlng squadSo from now on I even believe in farm relief Yours WILL ROGERS ON WORLD COURT With Febv 14 Massacre WILL TrilS HAPPEN IN MASON CITY PLAN CANCELED TO HOLD CALLES Assures Immunity From Arrest V IOWA FORECAST Cloudy Monday night ana Tuesday occasional rain or snow no decided change in temperature T LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Sunday Maximum 26 Night Minimum 34 At 8 A M Monday 26 Precipitation Trace Figures for like period ending at I S oclock Sunday morning Warmest Saturday S2 Coldest in NJght 20 Precipitation 03 Its been a long time since the sun has shone upon North Iowa that many will be disposed to demand an introduction to the stranger when next it puts in appearance Nine straight cloudy days a week with out sunshine Monday morning mist filled the air and the prospect was no brighter than it had been a week before AREDO Tex Dec 16 Offi cial intervention by the United States government has assured Plutarco Elias Calles former presi dent of Mexico immunity from ar rest on a charge of conspiracy to murder when he passes thru Laredo tomorrow or Wednesday This was certain today afteia week during which District Attor ney John A Vails was undecided whether he should serve the warrant for Calles arrest without regard for the diplomatic status of the visitor Last minute preparations to ar rest Calles between San Antonio and Laredo were countermanded yesterday as Valla received def inite anci specific information in a telegram signed by Secretary of State Henry L Stimson The secretary of state expressed disbelief that any officer would be willing to take action which would militate against the diplomatic sta tus of the distinguished visitor and asserted the government would take whatever steps were necessary to protect Calles Vails had instructed the sheriff to intercept Calles train at a point be tween San Antonio and Laredo arid bring him here by automobile to stand trial for conspiracy in the murder of Gen Lucio Blanco whose body handcuffed to that of another Mexican officer was found in the Rio Grande river July 8 1922 Vails made it clear that his re cession was only temporary in addi tion to Calles he said Webb coun ty wants J M Puig Causeranc governor of the federal district of Mexico former secretary of educa tion and prospective member the Ortiz Rubio cabinet HERE is an old old picture The Empty Stocking by E1 S Manning will have a tirigunless til e true spirit of Christ inas as embodied Is holier to give than to receive manifests itself within the current week From E J N aMasbi City mother whp has1 known the sting of a cheerless Christmas the Globe Gazette received Monday morning this bit of rhyme which somehow seemed to fit the picture shown above In fact her poem was ac companied by a sketch remarkably similar to The Empty Stocking The verse follows Last Christmas we sad home visited a very Finding a little girl home alone At the bedside mother of her dear sick She was trying to cornfort her as much as she could Altho the house was bitterly cold without coal or wood Little Caryl invited us in to see her baby brother HELP IT Z 5 10 B S S v tfust Another Friend Delta Alpha Class Chwrcii A Friend u i NewTotal Lying1 on a cot wrapped in an old ragged sweater We said Were going to bring you some toys some good Things to eat and some warm clothes to wear Next day being Christmas we re turned with toys eatables and wearing Twas some happy Christmas for dear little Caryl Come on your stuff Dont give 10 cents and say thats enough For many homes last Christmas made happy and glad been very sVdT 4 We cannot however this Christ mas them all1 Unless each and everyone of you respond to our call That perhaps is not immortal poetry but it came from the heart of a mother and was touchingly sincere Here are the facts folks The fund will be administered by Mrs T T Blaise director of the Social Welfare league thereby as suring judicious use oCit The amount raised last year was approximately 400 The objective this year is It will make cosier Mrs Blaises work if the contributions are re ceived a few days in advance of Christmas so that she may know how far she must stretch the amount Contributions should be mailed to Christmas Cheer Fund Globc FROM JEFFERSON WIS FOUND IN HOUSE Killer of St Joseph Mich Man Once Lived in Iowa ST JOSEPH Mich Dec 16 Dane in whose fashion able Lake Shore drive home 850 in securities stolen from the Farmers and Merchants bank at Jefferson Wis was found after he had shot and fatally wounded a traffic officer Saturday evening was declared by police to have been involved in the St Valentines day massacre in Chicago last February The assertion was made after lo cal officers had examined pictures sent here by Chicago police The pictures were described as those of a master ganster known under a dozen aliases for whom rewards totaling 41000 have been posted Among the aliases were Fred Burke Thomas Brook and also Camp Kemp and Kemper Police said a woman under arrest here as Danes wife had confirmed the identification and added that she had admitted she was not mar ried to Dane Seven Chicago gansters were shot to death after being lined up against the wallof a garage in what came to be known as the St Valentines daytmassaqreJ r yrtio was arrested as Mrs Dane is being held ona war rant charging her with receiving stolen property while a first de gree murder warrant is out for Dane or Burke Had Served Murder Term Police Chief Fred Aldcit said he had a telegram today from Richari Anderson of the Des Moines police department saying the woman pos ing as Danes wife had served 12 TUJKN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 5 Link Mrs Dreyfus Death With Killing of Broadway Dancer WASHINGTON Dec 16 new investigation into the death of Mrs Aurelia Fisher Dreyfus kilted in a fall from a porch at thePo tomac Boat club may cross event ually with the mysterious murder of Dot King Broadway dancer some years ago District Attorney Rover who is directing the Inquiry into Mrs Dreyfus death said today that he had heard that Mrs Dreyfus was a witness whose testimony helped in freeing Albert E Gumiares night club habitue who was held for questioning in regard to the dancers murder ROGKFORDPROBE IS FRUITLESS Teachers Murder Likely to Become One of the Unsolved ROCKFORD 111 Dec ig p With the blasting todayof what was believed the only remaining workable clew to the slayer of Cor delia Ournmersheimer county au thorities admitted they were on the verge of confessing defeat in their efforts to solve the mystery club bing of the school teacher States Attorney W D Knight had pinned great hope on the story of two fellow teachers of Miss Gum mersheimer that they had attended a party in her apartment a short time before the slaying a week ago yesterday morning but that hope went glimmering today It was learned that the visit of the two Sarah Burr and Marie Dob bin terminated at p m Satur Jday instead of at a m Sun day which had first been reported Medical authorities had upon ex amination of the teachers bod when found last Sunday night set the time of death as riot more than 20 hours previous to its discovery ond Knight had been led to believe that the party had ended only a few minutes before the slayer en tered the apartment Blames Open Switch for Railroad Wreck WASHINGTON Dec 16 open switch believed to have been rnaiiciously tampered with was held today by the interstate commerce commissions safety bureau to have caused the accident on the St Lou isSan Francisco railway at Hemy etta Okla Aug 18 1829 resulting in the death of 14 persons The bureau was advised that sec tion to the road is to beequipped within the next year with an auto matic block signalsystem to pre clude similar accidents in the fu ture Shopping pay to Long skirts are coming back butj very slowly The girls are going to I fight to the last Tribune IS CAPITAL GREETS TOKYO EXERTS Hoover and Stimson to Dis cuss Naval Parley With Visitors By C F WILLIAMSON Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Dec 16 haiid of Americas capi tal was extended today to the Jap anese delegation to the London na val conference In conversations extending over the fourday stay of the delegation in Washington such problems aa can be discussed before the opening of the London parley will be con sidered One of the outntanding questions expected to be gone into by the Japanese commission and President Hoover Secretary Stimson and the American delegates to the London conference isthe Japanese request for a 10107 ratio in auxiliary ships instead or the S53 ratio es tablished for the capital ships fleets of tho American British and Jap anese navies nL the Washington arms conference These two young singers have been awarded first prizes by si jury of musicians in the Atwntcr Kent radio audition contest NEW CARDINALS ARE CREATED SECRFT MEETING Foreigners Now Leading BORAH JOHNSON AND MOSES ARE AGAINSTSCHEME ioover Faces Another Fight to Obtain Sanction WASHINGTON Dec 18 V Battle lines are being drawn or the impending senate fight over dherence to the world court Althn L year may elapse before President Hoover submits the revised protocol esigned to meet the objections he senate as expressed in its famous ifth reservation there is already much diacussiou of the new plan and the opposition regardless of its ize numerically promises to be of v in extremely determined nature The three ranking members of the orcign relations committee Chair nan Borah Johnson of California1 and Moses of New Hampshire approve of the new proposal and the administration is hopeful that the orthcoming republican reorganiza v ion of the senate may result in in creased committee strength for friends of the project Pepper Opposes Scheme The senates fifth reservation oh he basis of which American entry was rejected by the nations of thof court would have provided that the tribunal entertain no requests for advisory opinions on questions In which the United States might have or claim an interest without the con sent oE the Washington government Under the protocolAmerica could W withdraw from the prejudice in theeyent thatrequestsj for V for First Time in Centuries ATICAN CITY Dec IS FOUR KILLED IN BALTIMORE FIRE Three Perish in Flames and One Girl Dies After Jump BALTIMORE Md Dec 10 At least four persons died todayin a fire in the four storyplant of the Thomas H OConnor Waste Paper company In the downtown railroad district Firemen recovered three bodies from the building and an other victim whose back was broken in a leap from a third story window died in a hospital About 50 other employes tied bj fire escapes ahead of the rush ofj fiames thru quantities of old paper which converted the building into a furnace before the first iire appara tus and ambulances arrived When the firemen were able to penetrate the upper stories they found three bodies which at first could not be identified Miss Tiny Eyers died in Mercy hospital her back broken when she chosa a throe story jump in preference to death in the flames Thefire was believed to have started on the fourth floor tho it burst out so suddenly firemen could get no definite information of its cause Its spread thru the upper floors was so rapid that the paper company employes there were screaming for rescue v One group of women trapped on a fire when the sliding lad der stuck was saved by a Negro who cllmed to it and pounded ladder loose with a hammer MOTHER AND 7 CHILDREN KILLED Father With Throat Cut Is Expected to Recover THREE RIVERS Quebec Dec 16 mother and her seven children ranging in age from 1 to 34 years were struck down and killed with an ax early today The woman was itrs Andrew Day Her husband was taken to a hospital with his throat cut Police are in vestigating The father was found wandering in the streets with also his tnroa cut At the Day home police found the woman and her children in beds in three different rooms All had re ceived one or more cuts on the throat as tho the perpetrator of the crime had wanted to decapitate his victims Day made no statement at the hospital He is expected to recover the Disarmament conferees some times remind us of the little givl learning to walk in one of Thomas Hardys novels who wns constantly confronted iby insuperable barrioia a quarter of an inch trnlin Ore Chronicle TARIFF DEBATE MOVED UP AGAIN Senate Leaders Agree to Further Discussion After Holidays WASHINGTON Dec 16 agreement was reached in the sen ate today among factional leaders to devote the full time of the sen ate after the Christmas recess to the pass of the tariff bill Senator Watson of Indiana re publican leader entered into this agreement with leaders of the dem ocraticrepublican independent coal ition during a discussion of the pro gram on the senate floor Fresh from a conference with President Hoovar in which the con gressional program was discussed Watson joined in a promise not to I signs as fact new cardinals were created by Pope Pius XI today in a secret con sistory In his allocutionread to the assembled college of cardinals at the beginning of the ceremony of creation he stressed the recent hap py solution of the Roman ques tion He emphasized that the Lateran pacts recognized publicly the civil princeship of the Roman pontiff and safeguard our dignity and yours Three of the new cardinals B nonItalians and three Italians bringing the sacred college up to a strength of 63 out of n possible 70 After todays ceremony the so called foreign cardinals were in a majority their numbers being 33 against the Italians 30 This is a disparity that has not existed since the end of the fourteenth century Describes Morlts of Each His allocution concluded the pope set forth the merits a achievements of each of the new cardinals After each proposal of name he paused and asked for their elders approbation The cardinals answered by lifting their red caps in sign of assent The six elected to the sacred col lege were Archbishop Cerejeira of Lisbon who has the title of patri arch and the following archbishops jLaviatiano of Palermo Sicily Min TCRNr TO PAGE 5 COLTJMV I objection p Former Senator Pepper of Pennsylvania a member of the foreign relations commitee when entry to the World court last before the senate has addressed a letter to Chairman Borah staunchly opposing the new scheme Altho he approved of adherence with reservations three years ago lie docs not nee that the demands of the fifth reservation have been satisfactorily met in the revised protocol Hoover Kiivors Protocol Ho said in his letter that he came to the conclusion that American entry wns inevitable and originally laid aside his preference for com plete or effective reservations to protect American interests I am utterly at a loss he said to understand how any person of experience can seriously advocate an international arrangement whicii substitutes the remedy of with drawal from the court after the mischief has been done for the sal utary provisions which prevents the mischief rrom arising President Hoover Is heartily In fa vor of American adherence and at his direction the revised protocol was signed on behalf of the United States last week at Geneva 60Pound Bomb Found on Belgrade Railway ZAGREB Crotia Dec 18 lice announced today they had dis covered a bomb charged with 6O pounds of dynamite on the Belgrade railway track They be lleva it had been placed there to dri harm to a special train carrying1 400 Croatian citizens to King Alex anders birthday celebration at Bel grade Four persons were arrested Police Tag 3 Autos for Improper Parking Three cars were tagged by police Saturday afternoon for improper parking All the owners put up bonds of and signed waivers A car belonging to Emil Smally Ma son City was tagged for being in front of the Cecil theater An auto belonging to B A Rhinehart 612 Madison avenue northwest was tagged for improper parking An nuto belonging to H A Thompson 338 Tenth street northeast was tagged for being parked in the re stricted district on State street west A motorist returning from his vacation reports these roadside ask consideration of any legislation i even of appropriation billK cf ter the j holiday recew until lhr long penclj i ing tariff is disposed of i C P Dudley Just Laid Eggs Peaches Drive In Sons the Druggisl I Tniiiscrljil AUNT HET By Robert QuilJen J dont expect to heat1 no sound doctrine in a church where tho choir squalls so you canl understand nnry a word theyre singin   

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