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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Prime Minister Is Guest of President CONHNUED FROM PAGE 1 1 walked across the capitol corridor and called upon Chief Justice Taft As the prime minister left the capital he and the vice president posed for photographers and both spoke for the talkies The premier next called at the department He was greeted by a crowd of of ficials and employes He was met outside the secretary of states of fice by Eddie Savoy the aged Negro messenger who has served many secretaries and greeted many distinguished foreigners Savoy opened thedoor with dispatch and flpurish Began With Statement With a frankness which may have surprised and certainly pleased American officials the British statesman began his goodwill mis sion with clear cut statements of his purpose1 his aspirations and his hopes Heemphasized that he spoke for a British people united in great and very profound desire for cordial friendship with the Ameri can people Alongwith this assurance to the American people he gave notice to other nations that there was in his mission no idea of an alliance between Great Britain and the United States To added that what heand the president wore doing was in no shape or form hos tile to the other nations of ttia world Has No Exclusive Ideas Any contribution to the end that the United States and ourselves should think more In harmony is not meant to be and must not be taken tobe an attempt to leave out otner nations he said It is quite the op posite Nothing r am sure would pleass both of us more than that any suc cessful removing of misunderstand ing between America and Great Britain should be at once followed by removal of other misunderstand ings with or between other nations We have no exclusive ideas In mind atall i President Hoover has welcomed the visit of the prime minister as a strong believerin personal con tact between officials of states It is aefeels the quickest and surestway to eliminatedifferences andpro mote goodwill thru better under standing of the problems and view points of statesmen i Makes Formal Calls It was this abiding belief that carried the president on his un precedented goodwill tour of parts of Central and South There he had personal ultimate talks with the presidents and waa conditions and to AMES STUDENTS ARE HUNTING FOR CATS AFTER GOOD OFFER The prime minister had a round formal calls to make today before to the white house together with the first of tho stag lunch eons arranged in Ills honor at the British embassy AMES Oct 5 is a cat hunt on at Iowa State college campus An advertisement1 Inserted in the Iowa State Student college newspaper last week read Wanted each paid for mature cats de livered alive to the department of Zoology telephone 731 Wright County Court Listens to Calf Case CLARION 0t dispute over the ownership of a twoyear old heifer has been the cause of bring ing two JDows farmers info Wright county districtcourt James Paulson has brot suit against John Akers to recover the heifer in question Paul son claining ownership of the animal from birth Akers is in pos sessionof the heifer arid claims that a Mr Hueypurchased the animal from somd person whom he refuses to name and that Huey purchased the heifer for him The heifer is valued at Tariff Vote Might Widen GO P Breach CONTESTED FROM PAGE 1 tation of revision to farm products as soon as the rate schedules are reached Would Not Pass Democratic and republican inde pendent leaders felt that his resolu tion similar in intent to that of Senator Borah republican Idaho which was defeated before the sum mer recess by only one vote coula not marshal such strong support Senator Thomas however said he was going ahead ignoring the warning of the democratic leaders and a belief that the republican in dependents were not readyJto revive that controversy Disagreement Expected Senator Norris republican Ne braska was successful in trying again to take the tariff out of politics with the addition of a clause declaring it to be the inten tion of congress that the commis sion in all official matter sub mitted it to no consideration what ever shall be givento partisanship or party policy It was added to the amendmentwith the consent of i epublican leaders Another disagreement withthe house was foreshadowed with adop tion of an amendment eliminating a House provision to make the secre tary of the treasury Instead of the customs court the court of last ap peal front appraisers decision re garding assessment valuations DOCUMENT TO BE OBJECT OF SENATE PROBE Alleged Record of British Spy System Interests Committee FORT ATKINSON Wis Oct 5 The skeleton of an Indian recently was unearthed in a grave near here A rusted arrowheac still waslodged in the dried verte brae of the brave Ask For Pamphlet We have prepared an attractive pamphlet entitled To InTost or Not to Invest This pamphlet contains answara to a dozen Ques tions which you have probably asked yourself about 6 Prior Preferred shares It is free for the asking at our office or tell any of our employes that you desire a copy 1C Jou wish you can Preferred on a convenient sayings plan This offer will be withdrawn October 19 Price Par a Share Ask Any Employe Peoples Gas and Electric Co Cnll Phone 123 Oct5 ate investigatorsintend to learn the source of tie mysterious docu ment placed before them by WilUam B Shearer and purporting to be a secretBritish record of its espion age system In this That will be one of the loose threada of the investigationinto Shearers activities as an agentof American shipbuilders at the unsuc1 cessful 1927 Geneva naval confer ence which the committee will pick up on the resumption of hearings late next week Chairman Shortrldge wantsto know how and why such a the authenticity of which challenged has beea circulating in this country He also is Interested iirthe testimony of Shearer that the najne of William Wiseman was add the paper before Itwas photo graphed at the navy department Shearer described Wiseman as the chief British spy in this coun try during1 the war Now inNew Yorkj he has wired the committee challenging the paper which tiesaid he understood to be a clumsy ab surd forgery SheaVer also said he got the paper from a Judge Summers and that Summers informed him that a secret service agent named Wheeler in Los Angeles told him Wiseman was the author of the report LINDYlWpNG TWO SCIENTISTS Authorities to Accompany Flyer on Exploration of Ruins BELIZE Britlsn Honduras Oct 5 andMrs Charles Lindbergh today awaited the rival of two scientists of the Car negie Institute who will accompany themon exploration flights above the ruins of the ancient Maya cities The two Dr Oliver Ricketson and Dr A V Kidder were ex pectedsometime today and plans lor departure of the Lindbergh party were held somewhat in abey their arrival there was possibility of beginning the series of exploration flights as early aslate today Dr Ricketson known as one of the foremost authorities onthe ancient Maya ruins will act as guide The flights will mark culmina tion of a Jongcherished ambition of the famous aviator who since he first flew over the jungle fastness of the Yucatan peninsula was thrilled with the realization that be neath himonce thrived a civiliza tion surpassing even that of ttie Aztecs and Incas He believes possible flights over the Hay a areas even other ruined cities hitherto hidden in the jungles SOLDIER KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE Driver of Car Blames Blind ing for Accident NearIndianoia JNDIANOLA Oct 5 Nunn waskilled and Richard Oscar niss a companion was badly bruised when tiiey were struck las1 night by an automobile driven bv F MGordonof Des Moines Both were members of troopE fourteenth cavalry stationed at prt Des were identi fied this morning1 Gordon satd blinding headlights of ah approaching car prevented him from seeing the men untiltoo Jate to prevent striking them Hospital attendants Batd Hiss would recover Funk is an awful wouUuVt trust him toofar I wouldnt trust him too near Pathfinder Three Blue Earth Students Awarded Good Scholarships BLUE EARrH Minn Oct 6 Three Blue Earth young persona have won scholarships and fellow ships in higher institutions of learn ing 1 Nylene Eckles a graduate of Carloton college Northf leld Minn has received a scholarship in the University of Minnesota Joim tetzel agraduate of the Iteiveraity ofMinnesota has won a research fellowship in the University of Berkeley California Harold Paff a jrrafluate of Macal aster college linneapolls has been presenteda scholarship in of kronOhio bya rubber company of Akron Sounds Uke 1880 KBNOSHA Wis Oct 5 In one ofthe closing games of the intercounty baseball league this season SilverLake defeated St Mfcxtias 30 to 13 Silver Lake had six doubles two triples and three bomeruns 25 Volunteer Workers Spend Day Repairing Cemetery Near Crescb CRESCO Oct grounds filling sunken graves and straightening up monuments and markers at tho New Oregon ceme tery Thursday and Friday was the work accomplished by the volun teer services of 23 men three women and 13 teams Those donating labor were S E Diriger and wife Gus De FredDunneman Ed Dunneman and teatji L E Bmmons Will Ernst and team E and team Fred Gcrbcr and team George Hill and teamC J Harlan John Mintey Hugo Mott and team Joe Patter son and A H Rucker wife and Siddali Chris Smith scn HerbE Schae fer and andteam Ward Sovereign and team Ed Wheeler and team Frank E White Frank Wilson Charles Wilson and team Probably they call it stunting be cause It has shortened many an air DAIRY CATTLE JUDGING OVER Hartley Breeder Retains Kil dee Cup and Special State Trophy WATERLOO Oct 5 ing at thedairy cattle congress closed last night with the awarding of the Kildes cup and the special state herd trophy highest awards in the dairy cattle division of the ex position H C Cain of Hartley retained possession of the former giveniby ProfH H to the winner of the highest producing herd of grade dairy cattle in Iowa L C Lenth of Elkader won second place and R L Taylor of Ames was third The special state herd trophy was awarded to the Wisconsin Holstein association on its entry of eight animals owned by at least three dif ferent breeders The Illinois associa tion took second followedby Iowa Michigan and Wisconsin The three winners in the Kildee cup competition all showed Holstein j cattle In the Guernseys William Bath and son of Schaller had the best herd J H Martin of New Prov idence had the winning Jerseys and E W Hasbrouck of Orundy Cen ter tho Brown Swiss An American strong woman has married a contortionist She evidently wanted somebody she could twist round herlittle finger Humorist QUESTION OF CARD PLAYING IS HARD FOR KC HUSBANDS KANSAS CITY Oct 5 To play or not to play cards has become a very rea question for the Kansas City husband Sev oral days ago a Kansas City wom an shot her husband fatally after an argument in a card game To day Mrs Edna Hodgen 16 was in a hospital because her husband refused to play cards She took poison COING 7 MIER WOLF SON We make this appeal to you on behalf of one of the oldest institutions in Mason City A Community enterprise organized in 1867 as a mutual or ganization and successfully operating as such ever since theMaeon City Cemetery Association This organization is worthy of your support and cooperation for many reasons The beauty of Elmwood is not surpassed it is located within easy walking distance of the heart of Mason accessible in munity for generationsto landscaped aridplatted in the most mod ern and up to date manner the prices of lots in Elmwood are not exces sive or prohibitive but all profits accrue to the benefit of the no dividends are paid to any person or persons its Trus tees are chosen by the stockholders and serve without pay every lot owner becomes a stockholder and has an equal voice in its management Elmwood supplies every demand that this community can reasonably require for the burialof its dead The atmosphere of reverence and quiet dignity that prevails in Elmwood is appealing every effort is exerted to keep sacred the memories of generations of families buried in Elmwood veterans of nearly every war our country has engaged in are buried in Elmwood it has aged gracefully nts iewer sections conform to modern ideas in platting and landscaping but its older sections are not forgotten and add to rather than detract from the beauty and dignity of Elmwood Statements which are untrue regarding prices of lots in Eimwood and regarding many other matters in connection with this Association have been circulated We have never employed high pressure sales people to sell lots in Elmwood and have never paid nor offered to pay any person or society commissions for selling iots in Elmwood High pressure sales methods are not consistent with the policies of a mutual cemetery asso ciation Lots in EInnyood are not offered as a speculation ours is not a promotion scheme to make big dividends for a small group of promoters the main purpose of the Mason City Cemetery Association is to provide the people of this community a suitable place for the burial of its dead at a cost consistent with its aims and purposes If you are in need of burial lot or interested in purchasing we ask that you consider Elmwood and give us an opportunity to explain our methods show you lots in the various sections and quote you prices and terms Our Superintendent Dan Durkin may be found at the Cemetery and he will gladly show you over the grounds He may be reached by tele phone No 2246 ortelephone our office 696 We urge your cooperation in this community enterprise Mason City Cemetery Association Organized in 1867 C A PARKER Pres RALPH STANBERRY Secretary ;