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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 24, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home V OL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY HOME EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASCVNT PTTV TY1WA TTrTnAT T A TiTTT ATJir TJ mAbUJN GilYIUWA jiKIDAY JANUARY 24 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL NO 92 Dont Be Impatient Public Not Excited Over Parley Says Stewart By CHARLES P STEWART HtrASHINGTON Jan the way across the Atlantic on the imer George Washington Americas bound for the London al limitation conference never day pass without at least one ireless to the home folk not to be there are lots difficulties to be overcome but A delegation positively is not com back without a certain amount more or less limitation how much of it is problemat Mcal but a modicum anywayJ So DO NOT BE IMPATIENT j Now the delegates are in London Stimson and Adams lenators Keed and Robinson wight W Morrow and all their the messages are tore reassuring than ever True the difficulties are even SVorse than our negotiations expect them to be but what of it That simply dotes on overr iming difficulties IMPATIENT fUVV as a matter of fact who has noticed many signs of vio pt impatience on the American part concerning the out me of the London naval confer J1I be darned if I have here in Iff has not been mentioned in con jri ess at the Capitol building even InlS dull subject of prohibition is Isid fee talked about The newspapers Tf Ifeprinted a good many columns limitation dispatches yt no one that I can discover has jjd any of them I saw a movie1 of delegates thrown on the screen a cinema theater the other night the audience never chirped ap Isi ently failed to recognize the quite a stir and hearty Tnd of aPPlaus5 greeted a shot of seagoing brewery on the Fife Washington ITJcannot escape the suspicion that rJ American public is less excited flepending disarmamentcon the delegates imagine ft not analtogether uii ig gatlierihg if one trouble to studyit Jpstaube the round robin Vy 82 members of the British irliament urging John Bulls rep r psentatives at the meeting to urge Ahe scrapping of all warships above jj0000 tons is worth a moments KZqnsideration Inasmuch as presentday battle ihips are around 32000 tons such Turn to Page 8 Column 1 tenciifs MRS OBRIEN Companion Is Found Not Guilty of Aiding in Murder CHICAGO an 24 OBrien was acquitted night of participation in the tmurder of her husband William J which crime Samuel iHoward Dorr was convicted a week ago The jury returned the acquittal liVerdict on the fifth ballot after Ithree and onehalf hours of delib leration I The state had charged Dorr and OBrien with conspiring to kill lOBrien and collect money on an in Ijurance policy sold OBrien bv K Mrs OBrien said she would go Itp Hot Springs Ark for a vaca ltion She expects to become a soon li In Dorrs impris was recommended by the jury MEXICO AND RUSSIA IN ROW TV 4 i One Others Hurt in California Race Riot AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen gettin a divorce didnt surprise me none A I woman o thirty aint leadin ife o bliss if she dont jjstouten up when she gets WHITE GIRLS IN FILIPINO CLUB CAUSE TROUBLE Armed Patrols Guard Streets to Curb Fur ther Outbreak BULLETIN WASHINGTON Jan 24 fP Guevara Philippine resident commissioner said on the floor of thei house today that clashes between Filipinos and Americans in California proved that FilipinoAmerican relations under the same Hag are on a false basis for which the only cure is Philippine in dependence XJTATSONVILLE Cal Jan 24XT hatred inflamed by the employment of white dancing girls in a Filipino club here seethed in the Santa Clara valley to day as the result of two clashes at San Jose in which one white man was stabbed and four Filipinos badly beaten The outbreak at San Jose which occurred last Bight came while armed patrols were guardingstreets and highways here to prevent any possible recurrence of the fighting which has raged intermittently for five days resulting in the death of one Filipino the flogging of sev eral ctherguarid the arrest of seven white men oh riotingcharges Two Are Dead Alfred Johnson 22 was stabbed twice in the back and critically wounded while he allegedly was watchinga clash between Filipinos and whites at San Jose There were two fights two Filipinos having been beaten in each Police said white men were the aggressors in each case Discovery of an alleged Filipino pamphlet called The Torch to which was attributed the statement that Filipinos have as much right to American girls as Americans was reported to peace officers The body of Fermin Tehera 22 a Filipino was found in a bunk house sast of here yesterday He Turn to Pago 8 Column 2 Wife of Palo Altos Representative Gets Divorce in 7 Months EMMETSBURG Jan H A Holmgren was granted a di vorce from H A Holmgren at Waterloo Jan 7 and was given alimony The couple was married June 9 1929 H A Holmgren was elected rep resentative to the state legislature fiomPalo Alto county in 1828 He resigned after the sessipn and ac cepted a position with the State ITish and Game department He formerly lived at Ruthven An American has invented a piano with three keyboards It doesnt look as tho Mr MacDonaWs visit to the states has been as successful as we London Eagle Grove Has Fire CANDIDATE Gov W J Bulow who has announced himself in the race for a seat in the United States senate BULOW WILL BE CANDIDATE FOR IN SENATE South Dakbta Governor Has Entered Name in Primaries PIERRE S Dak Jan 24 Gov W J Bulow today announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for United States sen ator at the May primary He said he would issue a platform statement in a few days Democratic leaders here today were making plans for circulation of petitions to nominate Governor Bulow for the senate seat now held by Senator W H Mc Master republican 3 BANDITS LOOT BANK OF Three Unmasked Men Es cape in Car After Day ton Holdup DAYTON Ohio Jan 24 Pi Three unmasked bandits held up five employes and several customers ut the South Park bank here today and obtained 516000 The trio escaped in a motor car Widow of Author Dies PARIS Jan 24 Anatole France widow of the cele hrated author died today Nations Slow With vy Cut Plans Rogers Finds Seems Everybody Has W n m i Much Coastline Humor ist Writes By WILL KOGEIIS LONDON Jan Mac Donald opened the session Thurs day and asked each nation alpha betically beginning with S what they were prepared to sink Mr Stimaon American speaking also for Wisconsin and Alabama Well the whole thing is such a surprise M r Speaker its so taken me and my little faith ful band of col leagues that we are f 1 a b b e r gasted I didnt expect to be called on and t really brot no WILL ROGERS music We are peculiarly situated ia that we have a coast line where both oceans touch us of that I am nonplucsed Australia what have you come to sink Mr Fenton Well you will pardon me tyjss but we just come for the buggy ride but if the comrades are speaking of coast line we have ample sufficiency to enter this conference What About Cuuadii And you Canada Mr Ralston We will sink that three thousand miles of unguarded international border Americans dont quit bragging about it Its already practically barricaded with empty bottles France parlez vous a little sink ing Tardleu We have many col onies in addition to our home coast line I have no idea the exact mile age but I know its much more than Italy Even if Italy has the most ours is the longest We are next to England in havingpro cured coast lino for this confer Turii to 1iifie 8 Column I BUILDING BURNS WITH BIG LOSS Pool Room Shoe Store and Apartments Damaged by Blaze EAGLE GROVE Jan first discovered here at 3 oclock this morning by Mrs C A Hen dryx a roomer over the Moulton Pool room here destroyed the pool hall and damaged the adjoining buildings with a total loss of ap proximately 515000 The building is a twostory frame building and was owned by Charles Elliott local business man It was valued at 55000 and Mr Elliott carried a policy for 52000 on it Fixtures and equipment in the pool hall valued at and protected by insurance were destroyed In the building next door owned and operated by the Christensen family shoe merchants the build ing was damaged to the extent of about 53000 and about worth of shoe stock was destroyed Forest Christensen who occu pied an apartment over the shoe store suffered some damage to equipment and furniture but carried full insurance on his possessions Mrs C AHendryx who first gave the alarm was less fortunate Her possessions were totally destroyed and she carried no insurance Says Hoover Has Cure for Far 111 Trouble Mallory Relates Impressions Obtained in Visit at White House A physically fit and mentally alert president who is big enough to solve the most complex prob lems faced by the United even that of farm relief Thats the impression left in the mind of B H Mallory Hampton lawyer and busi nessman who was privileged last Saturday to enjoy a brief chat with HerbertHoover at the white house Mr Mallory returned to Hampton Wednesday and was induced by a GlobeGazette staff representative to discuss his unusual experience in Washington made possible thru the good offices of Congressman T J B Robinson also of Hampton You understand Mr Mallory began in trying to show cause why he shouldnt speak of his visit to the white house that I wasnt sent for by the president Mr Rob inson merely guessed that I would be interested in meeting the presi dent and made the usual arrange ments for an interview While it was an interesting experience for me there was nothing unusual about it from the presidents stand point It was onty arter the Hampton man had been assured that an ac count of his impressions would be of general interest and in no sense a violation of good taste that Mr Mallory opened up Measures Up to His My foremost impression of the president he began is that he is fit both physically and mentally He is president of the entire United States with not a semblance of provincialism in his makeup Mr Hoover has a happy way of making you feel that he ia as glad Turn to Pngc 8 Column S Davenport Des Moines Radio Station Chiefs Schedule Conference DES MOINES Jan 21 Frank Elliott representative of radio station WOC at Davenport was in Des Moines today for a con ference with officials of station WHO J H McCarrolI director of WHO said Dr Elliott had not vis ited that station at 1 p m but that a meeting had been arranged for later in the afternoon between of ficials of the two stations which now share time on a common wave length SUES FOR DIVORCE Associated Press Photo Lady Mary Heath noted woman flyer filed suit in Reno Nov for a divorce against Sir James Heath on grounds of cruelty DORAN REVEALS Probable Amelioration of Padlock Situation Looms WASHINGTON Jan 24 The Washington Evening Star to day quotes Prohibition Commission er James M Doran as saying pro hibition authorities have an under standing with real estate boards in other cities looking toward amelioration of the padlock situa tion in commenting favorably on de cision of the Washington board to cooperate with the government in reporting any speakeasies that might be found in properties under the boards jurisdiction Doraa further was quoted as say ing the understanding provided that property owners and realty dealers exercise care and diligence with respect to leasingof property to tenants and that in return dry of ficials will bring to the attention of the owners and dealers instances of law violation before launching proceedings with a view to padlock ing the premises The commissioner also was quoted by the Star as saying that while he had not had an opportun ity to study details of the Wash ington boards plan that he under stood it went further than that ap proved by any other similar organi zation inmeeting the padlock prob lem by eliminating violations BOARD APPROVES LOAN TO GOOP Land 0 Lakes Creamery to Be Given Credit of WASHINGTON Jan it The farm board today officially an nounced that it had approved the application of the Land o Lakes creameries large dairy cooperative of Minneapolis for loans and credit aggregating53000000 The board announced that a loan of had been approved and credit not exceeding also will be given to enable the associa tion to advance to its members more of the market price of dairy products on delivery Senate Votes to Keep Leather Goods on Free Tariff List WASHINGTON Jan 24 After declining twice to approve tariffs on hides above the 10 per cent ad valorem duty carried in the UawleySmoot bill the senate today voted to keep hides leather and shoes on the free list BYRD PARTY IS IN NO DANGER OF FOOD SHORTAGE No Fear Felt for Safety of Explorer in Ant arctic BULLETIN WASHINGTON Jan 2t Dawes informed the state department today that the British steamer Southern Princess would not be able to pierce the thick ice surrounding the Byrd expedition to effect the rescue of the party NEW YORK Jan 24 H H Bailey personal repre sentative of Admiral Richard E Byrd in a statement published to day said that altho an ice pack barred ships of the expedition from reachingthe base on the Antarctic ice barrier Admiral Byrd and his men faced no immediate food short age The statement published in the New York Times which is sponsor ing the expedition with associated newspapers said While it is true that the expedition is not fully equipped to spend another winter ir the Antarctic there is no immed iate shortage of the food supply There is ample fuel for heat and for jthevraclio rThemen are Immediate prospect thatyftiey will be They are well clothed comfort ably housed Conditions Not Serious In extreme circumstances an adequate supply of whale seal pen guin will sustain those who might have to rely upon such a diet over a prolonged period would scarcely count it a pleasant experience It is believed that thru the kindly offices of the state depart ment which has instructed the Am erican ambassador at London and the American minister at Oslo to seek the cooperation of the whal ing companies whose vessels are Jiow fishing in the Ross sea a navi gable passage to the Bay of Whales will be discovered or if necessary forced Have No Fear The period of greatest separa tion of the ice in the Ross sea is in February It is possible therefore that the present impenetrable con dition of the ice pack may be so altered within the next 10 days that Admiral Byrds vessels will be able to proceed soum under their own power to his base on the ice bar rier Admiral Byrds present position is exactly that of a cool wise com mander taking preliminary precau tions for the safety a numerous Turn to Page 8 Column II RULE IS HEARD Committee Votes to Call Mrs Willebrandt for Questioning WASHINGTON Jan 24 After a charge of gag rule had enlivened discussion the house ex penditures committee today over rode its chairman and voted 8 to 7 to call Mabel Walker Willebrandt former assistant attorney general for testimony on the Williamson bill to transfer the prohibition en forcement unit from the treasury to the justice department Representative Schafer republi can Wisconsin made the charge of gag rule procedure after Chair man Williamson had held as out of order a motion by Schafer to call Mrs Willebrandt who for years directed prohibition prosecutions for the government Schafers motion then was put to a vote He was sustained and Wil liamson said the decision of the committee to call her would be car ried out Previously the committee had in dulged in sharp debate over a mo tion by Representative Cochran democrat Missouri to broaden the hearings and justice departments in any way had failed to enforce the law Cochran was voted down 10 to 3 LINDY GLIDES previous ajteJ Charles A Lindbergh7 ft1 shown here us he flewa glider plane half n mile over the ocean San Diego Ciil qualifying for n first class gliders license Inset is of the colonel in the cockpit of the plane LEGATION TOLD TO RELINQUISH MOSCOW POSTS Communist Activities in Mexico City Blamed for Action MEXICO Jan 2l The entire staff of the Mexican le ation at Moscow has been ordered y the Mexican government to leave soviet Russia as a protest against communist activity against the Mexico City regime both at home and abroad Political circles expect the action to result in recall by the soviet of the Russian minister in this capital A M Makar tlte Mexican govern ment thus far has made no move to oblige him to leave the capital he remained at the legation last night and refused to make any statement Accuse Vropogandists A statement by Genaro Estrada foreign minister revealed that the Mexican minister at Moscow had been ordered to leave several days ago and that the charge daffaires and all others in the embassy per sonnel yesterday were directed to quit the Russian capital as au act of protest The statement referred to recent communistic manifestations before Mexican embassies in some of tbu capitals on the American continentj on the pretext of protesting against measures being taken here in the case otforeign agitators ed a BRITISHYANKEE PARITY BROT TO FORE AT PARLEY Cruiser Problem Will Be One of First Dis f t cussions By imiON 1JUCK Associated Press Staff Writer T ONDON Jan 24 to the fivepower naval confer ence virtually wound up their first weeks work today with a whirlof activity bringing AngloAmerican parity sharply to the fore for the first time and pointing to publicity for all future full meetings of the conference At the suggestion of Henry L Stimson American secretary of state the troublesome cruiser prob lem which wrecked the Geneva con ference seems certain to be the first taken up in arranging details of parity of the British and Ameri can navies The move for Die admission of correspondents at future confer ence meetings such as that of yes terday at St James palace also originated in the American delega tion Senator Robinson strongly urged such a step and Senator Reed supported him Watch Kcmlnds The days round of conferences also kept the Italian demand for parity with the French and tha AngloFrench disagreements over tho scope of the conference con stantly under the microscope The French went to No 10 Down ing street this morning where with the British delegates they ex amined at length a memorandum prepared by Rene Massigli of the French delegation and Robert Les lie Craigie of the British foreign office dealing with points of dif ference Dino Grand Italian foreign min ister also saw Mr MacDonald and then hurried away for an appoint ment with Secretary Stimson The quick succession of conferences kept the general picture of the ne gotiations changing rapidly The American delegates meeting in their conference room above Pic cadilly in the Ritz this afternoon engaged In a general weekend Tttru o 1iigc 8 Column 5 i axRi amerv Jd endeavored to xlfaturtf order the being to the embassies in Washington Buenos Aires and Rio Janeiro The statement continued The Mexican government has known perfectly well that this propaganda against our institutions and against the national revolution has been prepared in ami directed from Mos cow It also knows that Russian communists do not act and cannot act independently because any poli tical organization of that country is subject to the soviet government Were Insolent After recallingthat the Mexican revolutionary governments have consented to maintain friendly rela tions with soviet Russia the state ment charger that unfortunately this high conduct has not been justly appreciated by the U S S R Instead by creating difficulties for our nations by circulating poli tical propaganda among citizens and foreigners by committing acts of insolence and discourtesy or af fecting inability to understand our actions and directing in various countries manifestations against Mexican institutions and ideals Russia has brot on situations which it is not possible nor decorous to continue tolerating with the dis cretion and calm we have been showing The foreign ministers statement made no mention of the status of the Russian minister to Mexico Wea IOWA WEATHER IMostly unsettled Friday night and Saturday not quite so cold Friday night in extreme southeast portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 14 hour period endingat S oclock Friday morning Maximum is Above Minimum 9 Below At 8 A M Friday 8 Above Snowfall S of an Inch Precipitation 01 of an Inch The mercury was on a rapid up ward swing Thursday and the as cent continued thru the night Starting at 9 below Thursday morn ing there was a steady rise thru the day until at 5 oclock p m the tem perature was 16 above During the night it rose another two degrees the temperature at 8 oclock Friday morning being 18 above zero The wind had shifted from west to southwest   

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