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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home CQMP HASLON E R HIS MEM ART DEPT OF IOWA OES MOIyES I A THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 27 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 15 Neely Is Not Out of Race ExSenator of West Virginia Strong Candidate By CHARLES P STEWAUT ASHINGTON Oct 27 CPAl True as it Is that Senator Mathew M Nee ly was beaten for reeiection i n West Virginia two years ago it does not follow that Panhandle State bookmak ers are offering odds of ten to one on James Ell wood Jones to lick him this year One must con sider the 1028 circumstances Dr Henry D Hatfield thumped the then democratic senator cer tainly took his toga away from him and draped it over the doctors own shoulders as a republican toga did it by a majority of between 9 000 and 10000 But in that same election one shouldnt forget Wst Virginia went republican on the national ticket by between 111000 and 112000 NONE BUT n mighty ardent Al Smithite can so manipulate these figures as not to indicate that Sen ator Neely was considerably handi capped that year by having to run for reelection in combination with the New Yorker as his partys pres idential candidate IE so Dr Hattield went to the polls with quite an advantage in hia favor This time it would appear that whatever accidental advantage there may be will favor exSenator Neely as against James Ellwood Jones his G O P rival That is to say politicians very generally speak of this as promising to be a democratic year if that amounts to anything EVERY school child at the ot his educn knows WesVvVirginia la a st 6 K as Naval Pact Goes Into SOVEREIGNS OF ABYSSINIA iTher e seems out coal mining that makes it extraordinarily turbulent Indus Turn to Paco 2 Column Z r Hoover Calls Document Fair to All Three Nations LONDON Oct 27 gov ernmental leaders of the Amer ican British and Japanese peoples conversing around the world today on attainment by the London treaty of binding effectiveness hailed that covenant as signifying the end of competitive naval build ing among the three powers The British foreign office at noon was the scene of a simple 10 min ute ceremony for deposit of ratifica tions A while later President Hoover Prime Minister MacDonakl and Premier Hamaguchi exchanged their views that the occasion was a bright augury for peace The speeches were broadcast in ternationally from Washington London and Tokio Seek Understanding They emphasized that the treaty restricts for the first time all types of naval building by the United States Great Britain and Japan France and Italy failed to agree at the conference but signed the pact without becoming parties to the section which limits strength on the President Hoover said those two nations while not as yet full part ners in the treaty were seeking to reach an understanding He ex GOOD BUSINESS NEWS SEEN IN The Ncfrus Kas Tafari of AJjyssiuin and his queen Walzcru Mcncn who on Nrv 2 will hn crownofl emperor anil empress oE Abyssiniu After tlie coronation tho Negus will become Kis Imperial Highness Hailo ONFERENOE TO STODY PARENTS Fathers Morning Grouch and Mothers Headaches to Be Talked Over WASHINGTON Oct 27 ID Fathers morning grouch and mothers bridgetea headache are soon to be objects of a national study to determine how they affect the school grades of their children After focusing on the American child at the presidents white house conference on child health and pro tection the national searchlight of investigation will swing to the par ents Morning parental grouches and their effect on offspring are among many subjects to be discussed by representatives from five big or ganizations meeting there Nov 24 immediately after the house conference As a result of this meet Ing it is hoped to distribute to par ents over all the country by radio and inexpensive booklets expert ad vice on how to solve problems re lating to their children The organization represented will be the American Library associax tion National University Extension association National Education as sociation and National Parent Teachers as well as the United States office of education prosed the confident hope that pa tience and goodwill may yet lead to a solution Prime Minister AlacDonald who witnessed the ceremony of deposit also voiced an earnest hope that re cent negotiations between France and Italy may before long reach a successful issue Moment Favorable Premier Hamaguchi declared the pact was bound to exercise an im mense moral influence on the grow ing consciousness of mankind One cannot but feel he said that the moment is favorable for a wide extension of the policy of disarmament that is embodied in this treaty President Hoover spoke from the cabinet room of thewhite house With Secretary Stimson he listened to the British and Japanese minis ters thru earphones Premier Ham aguchis address was in Japanese FAIR TO ALL Coptic Priests Pray Over Golden Ethiopian Crowns Factors Favorable Both to U S and Abroad Found TITASHINGTON Oct 27 merous factors favorable to fu ture business both in this country and abroad were seen today in a summary of economic conditions is sued by the national business sur vey conference Julius H Barnes chairman of the organization which was set up by business and finance a year ago at the suggestion of President Hoover pointed to these factors in an ac companying report but left the drawing of conclusions to each in ividual New Capital Provided Barnes noted the large amoun of new capital provided for produc live purposes and evidences of stabi ization or advancing tendencies i jrices of raw materials Lending operations of banks wer shown markedly increased Septem her capital issues were 80 per can WASHINGTON Oct 27 President Hoover asserted today as the London naval treaty became binding upon the United States Great Britain and Japan that it was fair to all and dangerous to none and substituted mutual trust goodwill and confidence for sus picion among nations The chief executive joined Premier MacDonald of Great Brit ain and Premier Hamaguchi of Ja pan in an international broadcast celebrating the depositing of the instruments of ratification in which for the first time three major naval Turn to rose 2 Column Foreign Delegations Arrive to Attend Coronation ADDIS ABABA Abyssinia Oct 27 new foreign delega tions continued to arrive today for the coronation of Ras Tafari as em peror of Ethiopia potenttes of the Coptic church maintained their prayers over the gorgeous golden crowns which rested in St Georges church on the third of the seven days of sanctification which pre cede the royal ceremonies More than 1000 picturesquely at tired priests of the Christian church which has come down thru turies in Egypt intoned their pray ers and the churches of the city tolled their bells while the crowns together with the coronation robes and the imperial sceptre which sym bolizes the power of the emperor and empress were carried on Sat urday in solemn procession thru the streets of the capital Clergy Will Pray Magnificently robed Coptic bi shops led by the archbishop bore the treasures to the church For the remainder of this week preceding the coronation rites on Nov 2 and for a fortnight thereaf ter clergy will pray over the crowns continuously by night and by day in voking the blessings of God upon Turn n PHEC 2 Column Two Governors to Open Jefferson Highway Paving State Line to Be at Lunch at 1 BRAZILS PRESIDENT greater than in August decreasing foreclosures and delinquencies ap and installment selling showed no material Increase in re Details were completed Monday or what is believed to be one of he largest pavement celebrations to be held in the middlewest Tuesday vhcn Iowa and Minnesota observe ho completion of the first north and south pavement across the two states The celebration will consist of a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Min nesotaIowa state line on the Jef erson highway at oclock in he morning and a luncheon at the Hotel Hanford in Mason City at 1 oclock To Lead Caravans Gov John Hammill of Iowa and Gov Theodore Christiansen of Min nesota will lead caravans of road enthusiasts from their respective states which are scheduled to ar rive at the state line just before the program opens at oclock The caravan from the south will pass thru Mason City at oclock The committee in charge of the project Monday reiterated its invi tation to all residents Mason City to take part in the state line celebration Those who wish to join the caravan base been asked to bo at the Hotel Hanford at least by oclock to receive the official sticker and to he ready to fal in the caravan as it passesthru SEE POSSIBILITY OF TROUBLE IN II CAPITAL AUNT MET By Robrrt Quitlen I never knowed until we got our miniature golf course how many women there was in this town that couldnt count above four LAY KiOHAFING Letter to Wife of Illinois Banker Mailed From Chicago GALVA III Oct 27 theory that Earl Yocum wealthy bank president who disappeared Saturday night was kidnaped by Chicago gangsters was strengthen ed today when Mrs Yocum revealed that the supposed ransom letter she received yesterday was mailed from Chicago Mrs Yocum told friends the let ter was in her husbands handwrit ing and that no harm had come to cashier of him The absence of the Socuma bank Andrew Anderson led to a report that he had gone to Chicago to arrange the payment of 50000 ransom Officers of the bank said Anderson was out of town but they refused to say where he had gone or for what purpose Introduces Evidence to Show Accused Bought Fatal Poison ANAMOSA Oct 27 state today rested its case In the trial of Albert Hartwig charged with murder in connection with the slaying of Ed Miner of Olin last February The motion was made after the state introduced evidence by Cecil Miner son of the slain man Roy Easterly G L Lyons and Joe Em erson all of Olin Emerson a drug gist testified he sold Hartwig poi son shortly before Miner was poi soned The defense started to introduce several character witnesses who testified they had heard Miner threaten to end his life It is ex pected to introduce three notes al leged to have been written by Min er shortly before he died One of these speaking of suicide was found by Mrs Miner in a slipper at the Rockwell City reformatory sometime ago and sent to her sister at Van Wert who discovered it in a hvmnbook last week and sent It to defense attorneys Saturday The case may go to the jury to morrow it was indicated today I TOLD YOU SO ASSERTS KELLEY Richardson Prejudiced in Oil Shale Probe Den ver Man Claims WASHINGTON Oct 27 department of justice investiga tion of oil shale land administra tion has ended in complete indorse ment of the interior department pol icy but Ralph S Kelley whose charges brot on the inquiry today termed its results whitewash from start to clumsy white wash Kelley for years in charge of the Denver field division of the interior department in resigning recently accused Secretary Wilbur and his predecessors in office with favoring large oil concerns which he said were seeking to obtain possession illegally of shale lands of great valuo in Colorado Charges Unfounded Wilbur immediately asked the de partment of justice to investigate Assistant Attorney General Seth W Richardson took charge and asked Kelley to appear The latter refused to take any part in the inquiry and detailed his accusations instead in a series of Yesterday Attorney General Mitchell transmitted to Secretary Wilbur a report by Richardson which said Kelleys charges were unfounded Kelley recalled his earlier refusal to having anything to do with the justice investigation on grounds that Richardson had prejudged the case Lacks Judgment How thoroly justified I was he said in taking that position is now selfevident from this predetermined coat of whitewash applied under the guise of an investigation but still too thin to conceal the real facts The assistant attorney general in the report said records showed Kel ley makes extreme charges read ily carelessly and excitedly that he is prone to believe people who disagree with him venal and dis honest He referred also to Kellys baste lack of judgment in controversial matters possessions Retail collections ap T pearedTunchangiaV biff showed in wholesale payments Life insurance soles were on the up grade Other factors reported included a decline in residential construction for the first nine months of the year totaling 5714000000 by comparison with the preceding year against this public work and public utility construction in the same period in creased above last year by Has Relative Gain September streetcar traffic while eight per cent under that of a year ago compared with 10 per cent de line shown in August for a relative gain Automobile production for Sep tember was 42 per cent below that of last year The textile industry showed seasonal improvement The report listed increased prices of such raw materials as cotton corn wheat and coffee While foreign trade volume still declined the re port said abroad there were prom ising signs of industrial improve ment and stable conditions Getulio Vargas chief rcvolu tionary leader is the successor to Washington Luis the de posed president of Brazil lowan Thot Dead Refutes Diagnosis MARENGO Oct 27 liam H Delzell 86 a retired farm er disagreed with his physician who pronounced him dead following a stroke of paralysis For Delzell is recovering The doc tor called when Delzell slumped over in his chair was unable to fine a pulse relatives said and declared him lifeless Fifteen minutes after Delzell was placed on a bed however members of the family noticed he was breath ing The physician still present took steps to revive him the city feature of the state line ceremony willbe the unveiling of a bronze tablet set in a concrete I Thousands of Visitors Take Junta Ready to Turn Over Government to Vargas RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil Oct 27 H1 Possibility of new trouble in Rio de Janeiro was indicated to day when the sound of firing was heard in the center of the city No details of what was going on were available but the populace was warned by army officers to stay off the principal streets The minister of justice issued a communique in which he said it was untrue that part of the military po lice of the city had revolted His communique said that provis ional government was taking active steps It added somewhat enigmati cally that the government had the situation in hand after two hours Temporary Ajrciit The provisional government now ruling Brazil following the over throw of President Washington Luis Friday considers itself merely a temporary agent and will turn the government over to those who led the revolt that began Oct 3 General Tosso Fragoso a member of the militarynaval junta said in an interview this morning that members of the Junta considered themselves named by the people and their colleagues in arms to deliver over the country to the representar lives of the national jwjiofeave already ben sutKuontclJti the capital Vargas Kept Informed By this re referred to Getulio Var by the two governors Hugh H Shepard former international presI ident of the Jefferson highway will preside Monolith Erected Students at Seville University Riot in Protest of System SEVILLE Spain Oct 27 Nearly all of the 500 students at the University of Seville went on strike today and rioted in the var ious buildings breaking classroom windows and doors The strike was a protest against the operation of Spanish universi ties under a plan devised by Senor Callejo who was minister of public Instruction under the Primo De Rivera dictatorship Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Cal Oct Oklahoma my real old home had a fine celebration Saturday sure sorry couldnt make it Unem ployment is ter rible but em ployment is worse A prom inent miniature golf course out here was robbed the other night Tho bandits got five putters 13 balls and 85 cents in cur rency Stanford university has always been kinder hard to get into but after yesterdays game with Southern California they would take in any moron that couldnt even spell football as long as he looked like he could carry one Yours WILL ROGERS The monolith was erected Mon day so as to be in readiness for the event It was announced at the of fice of Raymond Zack district en gineer of the Iowa Slate highway commission that the concrete pave ment was now open across the en tire state All traffic on the Jefferson high way will be detourcd around tho place the celebration for three hours Tuesday while the ceremony is in progress Sheriff G E Cress of Cerro Gordo county and Worth county officials will he in charge of the parking of the automobiles Mason Cityans planning to at tend the Chamber of Commerce din ner at the Hotel Hanford Tuesday at 1 oclock have been asked to make their reservations early Tues day morning as requests for places continue to flow in from persons in towns along the pavement who wish to attend tho function Wagner to Preside The luncheon will be presided over by E H Wagner president of the Chamber of Commerce The Rev George G Parker pastor of the Central Lutheran church will give the invocation Music during the meal will be supplied by the Rusty Hinge quartet Brief talks will be given by the governors of the two states and other officials Major George Crawford of the na tional guard was ordered by Lieut Col Charles Grahl assistant attor ney general to appoint two color bearers and two guards for the na tional and Iowa colors that are to he escorted to the celebration on the state line The guardsmen are to be in readiness to join the caravan Part in Observing Navy Day I WASHINGTON Oct 27 three weeks old revolution Not only has Getulio Vargas been kept informed of all details of the Juntas work General Fragoso said but the Junta has sent Deputy Navy day was celebrated today in Pinto of Rio Grande do Sul all parts of the country Thousands of visitors were entertained aboard warships docked at seaports along the coasts while citizens of inland cities listened to speeches prepared for the occasion Navy day was fixed by its spon sors the navy league of the United States to fall on the anniversary of the birth of the late Theodore Roosevelt to commemorate his de votion and understanding of the American navy The center of days activities was in Washington The navy yard pre pared to welcome 100000 visitors The Los Angeles navy dirigible flew over the city and dipped over he grave of the unknown soldier at Arlington High ranking officers of the navy were scattered over the nation in cities where ceremonies had been nlnnned Atlanta New Orleans San Francisco Akron Cincinnati Rich mond Buffalo Columbus Des Moines and others cheered Rodman Coontz Mngruder Cole MofCctt Crosley Upham and admirals of long service Ernest Lee Jahncke assistant secretary accepted a silver service from the mayor of Houston Texas for the new 10000 ton cruiser named in honor of this city to that state by airplane for a con ference with Vargas Life in Rio de Janeiro returned to normal this morning Cafes and bars were open They arc selling beer but are forbidden to dispense stronger drinks and all public as semblies are still prohibited BLAME CAPTAIN SAO PAULO Brazil Oct 27 officials asserted today that Captain Koilin commander of the German steamer Baden which was fired on Friday by a Rio de Janeiro fortress with a loss 27 lives was entirely to blame for fiie incident They said Captain Rollin did no6 follow written instructions from the captain of the port regulating the departure oC steamers Naval officers today expessed great regret over the incident esr pccially since it involved the ship of a nation which they said was linked to Brazil by traditional ties of friendship The German minister at Rio de Janeiro was instructed to demand Turn to 1aKO 2 Column J RESCUE REENTER MIN Search for Bodies of 15 Men 92 Already Placed in Mortuary SAARBRUCKEN Germany Oct 27 squads reentered the Maybach mine early today in an effort to bring out the bodies of 15 men in one of the galleries It is believed there is virtually no chance that the men survived the blast which Saturday afternoon destroyed sections of the shaft or the fire which followed Sunday So great was the heat that the rescue work had to be suspended Sunday There are now 02 bodies in the mortuary here The blast Is believed to have been caused by a fire damp explosion which touched off coal dust Minnesota Miners Killed at Ironton IRONTON Minn Oct 27 Three miners were killed at the Louise iron mine today when a cage fell 200 feet in a shaft The lead men are Frank Mesner Oscar Bjick strom and Henry Fagcroos all of Crosby Minn Markets at a Glance NEW YOKK farm imple ments shares make new lows prime issuer move narrowly small losses re covered CHICAGO bearish crop esti mates Corn Higher unfavorable weather forecast and decreased vis ible supply IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy showers lute Monday night or Tuesday in northeast portion Cooler south central unil extreme cast por tions Monday night Cooler Tuesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending nt S oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 05 Itlinltmim In Night 41 At 8 A M Monday 47 Figures for like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 3 Minimum in Night 42 The march of the mercury up the column in the GlobeGazettes weather shelter continued Saturday and Sunday Saturdays maximum was six degrees above Fridays and Sundays was 2 degrees above that of Saturday Monday morning however the wind was emanating from the northwest mostly west and it appeared unlikely that a fur ther increase of temperature would be recorded for the day   

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