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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 26, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                DECEMBER 26 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Senate Popular With Home FolksStewart CONTINUED FKOM PAGE 1 to providingthe nation with a new kind of senators who it was hoped would suit the rank and file of the voters considerably tors chosen by direct ballot as a substitute for the old method of laving the state legilslatures elect them The detail which the standpat ters the efficiency experts and all the other critics evidently neglect to take into consideration is that this change not only was intended to provide more popular it actually did provide more popular ones The critics obviously are still firm In the faith that the hoi polloi con tinues to regard the average senator as a doddering reactionary old mossback just as in the first decade of the 1900s and earlier whereas in reality the hoi polloi regards the typical senator of today as a decid edly more uptodate statesman than the corresponding member of the house of representatives JJECAUSE he is vastly more con spicuous than a representative a senator simply has got to be more of his states wishes than a representative needs to be to the wishes of his congressional district A representative is all but lost among 435 Pew people know how he votes fewer care His party tells him how to vote anyway A senator looms up in a group ot only 96 Let him cast a wrong vote according to his home folks iHeas and he hears about air mailj special delivery telegraph and radio the time the ballots result Is announced A DECADE ago the spectators gallery at the representatives end of the capitol always was crowded the senate gallery empty Today the senate plays to standing room only the representatives are deserted That tells the story The senate is the popular con gressional chamber Visitors in Washington know their senators want to see them perform They realize at least as D Specialist ii HUcumatism acute chronic muscular sciatic lurnljago neu ritis arthritis rheumatic heart stomach and Intestines Office 40U First National Bank A at to iiPaar Senator Caraway expresses it that the representatives nolonger fight anythingbut sham only genuine belligerents are Re publican Boss Tllson and Democra tic Boss Garner IITITH few exceptions representa tatives aremere messenger boys to their er rands to the veterans bureau or fixingprohibition cases a senator is a tiptop pol itician one term is his In fact his campaign for reelection begins before he is fairly seated Is it likely that he does any wind jamming1 or countenances any de lays or lends himself to any inves tigations that he is not mighty cer tain will make a hit with a big ma jority in the state he hails from What does he care for all the other critics who can concentrate their megaphones on Capitol hill One peep from home meansmore to him than the explosion of an arsenal in any other quarter Lincolns Room to Be Hoovers Office Now CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Lincoln he said In this room he signed the emancipation of the Ne gro race from slavery Desk Badly Damaged An old mahogany table around which gathered the cabinets of a score of presidents was placed just outside the door for the use of Hooveri secretary Georga Aker son Working accommodations were provided for his other assistants Walter Newton and Lawrence Rich ey in adjoining bedrooms All the furniture in the destroyed executive offices with the excep tion of the presidents desk which was badly damaged has been trans ferred to the state war and navy building and the chief executives personal files all of which were saved from the fire have been stored away in the white house proper Caused By Attention is being given to the question entirely rebuilding the executive offices and providing in creased space for the growing pres idential staff but Akerson has said that probably the old building the outside walls of which are still standing will be used for several more years Eventually he added consideration must be given to more adequate space for the in creasing force of the chief execu tive Experts have made a thoro inves tigation and reported to the presi dent that in their opinion the fire of Christmas eve was caused by de fective wiring This view was sup ported by the fact that the first to reach the blaze with hand fire ex tinguishers reported that the lights could not be turned on indicating circuit had occurred COLDS MAY DEVELOP INTO PNEUMONIA Coagbs from colds may lead to se rious trouble You can slop them now with Creomulsion an emulsified creosote that is pleasant to take Creomulaion Is a medical discovery with twofold action it soothes and heals the inflamed membranes and in hibits germ groirth Of all known drugs creosote is rec ognized by high medical authorities jsone of the greatest healing agencies for coughs from colds and bronchial irritations Creomiilsion contains in addition to creosote other healing CREOM elements fphich soothe and hesl tha inflamed membranes and 8top the ir ritation while tho creosote goes on to tha stomach ia absorbed jnlo tho Wood attacks tho seat of the trouhla and checks the growth of the germs Creomulaion is guaranteed satisfac V treatment of coughs from colds bronchitis and minor forms bronchial irritations and is excellent lor building up tie system after colds or flu Money refunded if not re lieved after taking according to direc tions Ask your druggist adr UL5ION FOR COUGH fKOM COLDS THAT HANG ON You cant afford to be without thts comfort NO matter how good your business nor how large your bank ac count you cant afford to pay the penalty of aching bothersome feet They are a con stant drain on your system on your ef fectiveness in your work A pair of Arch Preserver Shoes will give you happy comfort able also the most brilliant style for every oc casion Let us prove this for you These Famous Shoes Are Sold In This Section At NICHOLS GREEN Where The Good Shoe Comes From More Enforcement Up to Congress Mills CONTINUED FROM PAGE I the Volstead law can never be made effective Attorney General Mitchell said there had been an improvement in the last six months and that the possibilities of further bettering conditions were being given care ful study With the approval of the treasury Prohibition Commissioner James M Doran asserted that Bor ahs condemnation of the entire prohibition personnel was unfor tunate and bound to have a dis heartening effect upon the morale of the service Never Greater Zeal Informed of the Mitchell and Doran statements the Idaho sena tor met the attorney generals ref erence to efforts to improve en forcement with the remark that evidently Its conditions were such as to call for an effort and an heroic effort He added that he had no means of knowing how much progress hag been made as its results have not yet appeared on the face of things Mitchell said that in fairness to tho men now engaged in the prohi bition service he could not let Borahs criticism pass unchal lenged There has never been he asserted greater zeal in the en forcement of the liquor laws Improved in Past 6 Months He went on to say that more can be accomplished when congress is ready to approve legislation carry ing out the administrations recom mendationsfor more adequate law enforcement machinery His de partment has been atwork for months he added on measures de signed to improve personnel relieve congestion in the courts and reor ganize the enforcement agencies There has been improvement in the last six months he declared He asserted that to say that pro hibition cannot be enforced with the present personnel comes peril ously near to saying that it can not be enforced at all He added that on the whole we are not likely to find a more loyal and con scientious groun nf men than are now servingunder me Statement Is Encouraging Borah said Mitchells statement was encouraging but that the truth of the business is that the personnel is in need of drastic over haulingand if the attorney general is engaged in that work strength to his arm He continued that if there is any proposal before congress which will help this particular feature of the situation that also should be speed ed but he added that he knew no proposal which will reach the condition as I see it in this particu lar matter Senior Year Brings YouthsRevoltClaim CONTINUED FBOM PAGE 1 tildes of 3500 Iowa school children toward law made this year by B G Lockhart professor of psychol ogy at Drake university The youngsters answered 51 questions about 20 laws more or leas familiar to children The standard used for measuring their answers was almost August beingthe re plies to the same questions by SO lawyers of the highest rank in Iowa The children ranged from the fourth grade to the twelfth The lawyers scored a percentage of 4808 and the fourth graders 4407 The childrens percentage rose until its peak was in the eleventh grade with 4729 Then the twelfth grade dropped to 4608 College graduates rose to 4758 a point higher than the grades A small town civic club was below even the twelfth graders with a score of 4573 Finds Tendency to Slump We found said Dr Lockhart thatattitude toward law improves with each intelligence until high school At the highest level of in telligence in high school we discov er a tendency to fall below or per haps we had better say deviate from the attitude that does not con form to the adults It is the influ ence of this group in grade 12 that pulls down their mean score The significance of this finding may be far reaching and worthy of exhaus tive research Sex appears to have no influence of consequence on attitude toward law In grades 11 and 12 the girls are shown to have on attitude slight ly nearer that of adults than the boys This difference is small but constant Social and economic status is of no consequence in determining atti tude toward law The outstanding conclusion is that children do not differ greatly from adults in this attitude We find a lawless attitude as frequently among those of high intelligence as among those of low Lawless attitude seems to be a problem of the individual Continue Thru Jan 3 Leaving home on Christmas scientists from all parts of the country started for Des Moines for their annual meeting which will continue thru Jan 2 with no time out to celebrate New Years day Annually these members of the I American association for the ad vanccment of science the largest general scientific organization in the United States make a similar trek giving up the holidays that to multitudes are almost sacred and giving rise to questions why scient ists do such things Necessity rather than choice is the reason Altho science has spread Ihruout industry the teachers in schools and colleges still remain the largest fountain head of science in the United States They cannot leave their principal business which is teaching during school months and they too scattered by other necessary occupations to use sura TENNIS CHAMPION A BRIDE ROBE DEATH OF FORMER IOWAN Continues Investigation in Case of George L Finn LOS ANGELES Dec 26 estigation of circumstances sur ounding the death here last Jan mry of George LaPayette Finn ormer Iowa state senator will be esumed today by District Attorney Suron Fitts who will question sev ral persons closely identified with he dead man The investigation was started Monday following the appearances n the district attorneys office of Mrs Gladys McAfee of Santa Mon ca grand niece of the lowan who ntimated that he may have died rom unnatural causes and suggest d the possibility of forgery in con nection with two purported wills in volving the disposition of Finns 300000 estate No charges have been made against anyone and the questioning of persons acquainted with Finn is or the purpose of arriving at the acts In a will said to have been made y Finn in 1925 Mrs McAfee and he state of California were made beneficiaries to the extent of sev eral hundred thousand dollars each A subsequent will is said to have disinherited both according to Infor mation in the hands of the district attorney The estate now is under itigation Associated Press telephoto showingMrs Frederick S Mood3r Jr tho former Helen Wills womens tennis champion and her hus band leaving after a brief and simple wedding ceremony in the chapel of St Clements Episcopal church in Berlieley Cal mer vacation time The Christmas holidays offer the only other period of sufficient length Formal opening of the convention takes place Friday night but sec tional meetings get under full swing Friday forenoon and the education section began today Youth Dead After Shooting by Officers CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Downey stood up and attempted to climb up on the dock and was shot down then v The wounded man died 20 min utes after reaching a hospital Sur geons were quoted as saying that had a tourniquet been applied to the wounded leg promptly his life would have been saved Last Friday Downey pleaded not guilty to a charge of conspiracy to smuggle liquor and was released in bail Rudolph Thompson Asa Ennis and Orville Grant were given as the names of the coast guardsmen con nected with last nights tragedy Cruised Without Lights Commander W M Raamussen of the coast guard said that the Dodge was sighted by coast guardsmen at p m off Erie Beach Ont At the same time he said four other men were seen bringing a small boat down over the ice in tho Niagara opposite the foot of Genesee street Buffalo The officer in charge of the Buffalo station the commander said immediately dispatched the CG2245 to the harbor entrance to await the coming of the supposed rum boat later Identified as the Dodge into the harbor The Dodge Rasmussen said was cruising without lights The coast guard craft hailed her but she failed to heave to After the usual required signals were given one of he men aboard the government craft fired at the motor boat the commander explained Tardieu Paid Holiday Call on US Ambassador PARIS Dec 26 Tardieu made a long Christmas call upon Walter C Edge new Ameri can ambassador to France The pre mier chose the holiday so that he could present his greetings person ally to the Edge family and same time have a lengthy chat about many questions interesting to Franceand to the United States CAPITAL PLANS RUBIO RECEPTION Unusual Honors Arrange for Visiting President Elect of Mexico WASHINGTON Dec 26 United States government today ha arranged an elaborate welcome fo Pascual Ortiz Rubio presidcntelec of Mexico The ceremonies iucluded a per sonal welcome at tho Union station by Secretary and Mrs Stirason anc an exchange of calls between thi Mexican presidentelect his wifo and President and Mrs Hoover Th president undertook an unusua course by calling upon a president elect Other presidents have called upon the heads of governments as in th case of President Coolidges ca upon Queen Marie of Rumania bu none has ever before so honored a presidentelect Senor Ortiz Rubio has been in Baltimore for the last two weeks undergoing treatment at John Hopkins hospital Previously he wa in New York at the time of the re turn from France of Gen EllasFlu tarco Calles former president o Mexico The United States trip of the new ly elected Mexican president is sim ilar to that made last year by Hoo ver as presidentelect to South Am erica His courtesy in calling upoi Senor Ortiz Rubio is regarded as a official acknowledgement of the lik courtesy tendered him by LatinAm erican presidents The arrangements for the recep tion of the Mexican executive wer made by the state department col laborating with Ambassador Teile of Mexico Full military honors wer provided including a cavalry escoi from the station to the Mexican em bassy which will house the Orti Rubio party during their fourda stay Other ceremonies planned includ a state dinner at the white house receptions at the Mexican embass and the PanAmerican union an trips to Mount Vernon and the torn of the Unknown Soldier A republic is a land in which th vote of one half fit can determin whether a candidate is a grea statesman or a Stato Journal January Clearance SALE Starts Thursday Jan 2nd MANLEYS wes instrumental in bringing suit will be celebrated Advancing years and desire for less rigorous work are believed his reason for wishing retirement Cardinal Pacelli to Be Papal Secretary VATICAN CITY Dec 26 Tevere Rome daily today said Car dinal Gasparri papal secretary of state would leave that post soon and would be succeeded by Cardinal Pacelli papal Nuncio to Berlin Rumors that this would eventuate lave been current for the last week 3ut in usually authoritative Vatican ity it was said at first Cardinal Gasparri would remain at east until after Feb 11 when sign ing of the lateran treaties which he 35 Minute Campaign Puts Mayor in Seat BARTLETT Tenn Dec 26 J W Tatum claims the shortest successful campaign for political office on record 35 minutes When the day of the mayoralty election came Tatum was not in the race and had no idea 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