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   Ames Daily Tribune and Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 9, 1928, Ames, Iowa                                Scanning the News T F C Help Help Last week and for a week or two previous I tively brickbats most everything short of shrap nel hurled this way by strongly partisan republican hands Hoov er was elected in a and for a full 24 hours every thing was quiet on Fifth street Then Thursday in an unguard ed moment I presumed to dub the democratic party a mediocre lightweight in the political arena rthere is revolt from the Smithranks come aaye a strongly demo didnt we take those birds in 1912 and didnt we do it again in 1916 and didnt pppiilar e ever given a t Herbert Hoo ver See any thing mediocre or lightweight about that And what did I gain by remind ing him that it was Theodore Roosevelt that defeated the re PjUblicans in Woodrow that in 1916 other factors independent of real party strength accounted for Wilsons reelection Just exactly noth ing Unpersuaded unquieted he stamped his way out threatening something short of maybjem if I dont lay the cemocrats And then in my mail I find a letter thanking The Tribune tor its part in helping put over the bond issue in Story life is not without its bright spots after all Anyway I dont care just now if there never is another presi dential election I know there wont be another on paving bonds STORY COUNTYS DAILY The Ames Daily Tribune EVENING TIMES WEATHER FORECAST JOWA Mtxrtfy cloudy to night and Saturday Riling temperature Saturday and In North central portion tonight VOLUME LXH AMES IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9 1928 United Press Full Leased Wire With Automatic Printer NO Ill WRATH Overcast skies threatened to day to detract from a colorful spectacle in enthrone ment of the 124th emperor a dy nasty running back several thou sand years The United States nation that first earned the light of modern civilization to the island empire has just named its thirtyfirst president is but 150 years old a mere child as nations count their history The city librarian announces Norman Hapgoods Up From the City Streets being the story of Alfred ESmith available tomor Will Irwins Herbert Hoover The campaign and election are any American might gain inspiration from reading those two books THE PEOPLE HAVE HOW Jhey relate the lives not of royal princes born to rule but of orphan boys born in poverty hut risen jto high position thru thepowier oT their own personaltiesabilities That is America There are aoineii2ttipO0000 Americans who vpteifagaiiiBt Al Late RetUlTift SnOW In Continued on Pfege Two vfr LAVA STREAM DESTROYS RICH ISLAND VALLEY Hundreds of Peasants Registration Reaches 400 Today at Peoples Conference i Registration reached nearly 400 j session of the conference will is morning at the second annual i open at 9 oclock with a devoI this Young Peoples conference which opened here Thursday morning at the First Methodist church Are Driven From Homes By THOMAS MORGAN U P Staff Correspondent tional period At officers will be elected E H Stranahan professor of The conference banquet will be j religious education at Penn col held at 6 oclock tonight in the lege will conduct his fifth Bible basement of the church and will study period be followed by a program prei Man With the Spiritual Vision sented by local young people aiat musical production A Night in The reports of committees on the conference conclusions will be mis CROP FORECAST U S Department Sees a Huge Increase Over 1927 WASHINGTON Nov The agriculture department an nounced today that there was lit tle change in crop prospects dur Romany H N Geistwdit pastor of the followed by the installation of of First Baptist church at Des fleers CATAXIA Sicily Nov j Moihes will speak on Youth and Dr Hayward will deliver the new eruptive crater opened in j the Call ot the Deeper Chords at fifth lecture of his series The i ing October and generally warm ML Etna late today to add tDis evening P R Master Himself at 11 oclock I weather has faciliated the harvest Java to the destructive streams j ward of Chicago international The conference will adjourn at already devastating the country director of young peoples work j noon between sea the mountain and the ing of late crops Frosts came a little earlier will give the fourth lecture The j Thursday tlie young i than usual in much of the central Tides ofMastery in his series beard Professor Stranahan and western corn belts but in The new mouth was near Ma on The Quest of Mastery at conduct his second Bible study perj most other sections damage from gazzeni five miles northwest Iiou tae Message that i frost and freezing has neen less Maseali which was destroyed on Tho Saturday morning and final Wednesday Large quantities of lava are pouring from the new break and its initial speed constitutes a possible serious menace to the town of Giarre on Pane Fourj Sicily Nov river of lava which has been pouringfor nearly a week Nov PARIS Jit Etnas volcanic cone Raymond Poincare took up again continued inexorably towards the HOOVER LEAD IS OVER 61 YORK Nov A creasing Margin By RAYMOND CLAPPER P Staff Correspondent NEW YORK Nov press Japanese Ready to Enthrone New Ruler at Tokio KYOTO Japan Overcast showery weather greet ed the Hirohito 124th emperor of Japan and his em The inad young draughtsman who NUN SENTENCED TOMEARTERNi Called Intellectual Au thor of Crime today the task of leading France thru her postwar problems Poincare called upon by Presi dent Gaston Doumergue to sea today destroying everything in its path The lava torrent had traveled nearly 11 miles from the summit to its present front The width of the irregular front of the hot bubbling mass of molten rock varied from threetenths of a mile to one mile and twotenths Eruption Unabated Earlier hopes that the eruption was subsiding were not borne out and the lava stream was widening steadily today Observations In dicated the intensity of the erup tion at its source on the smoicountrys stability ing mountain heights had not President Doumergue wailing 29 serious than usual j Rice potatoes sweet potatoes i cotton beans peanuts sugar fleets I apples pears oranges grapefruit i and grapes are all showing yields slightly above expectations J A corncrop of 2895449000 i bushels compared with j 000 bushel harvested in 1927 i predicted by the department The estimated yield per acre ITT was Placed at 283 bushels corn Memorial Union pared with 281 bushels last year On Sunday Nov 11 the people Quality of the corn crop was o practically all the western j 329 per cent compared with world will to honor the mei 752 per in 1927 Program Is Planned at mory of the millions who died i Old corn on farms on Nov 1 in the war which ended on Armisi 1928 totaled 53939000 bushels or 1194 per cent of the 1927 crop i 4U tiiiirfUcuucii sume the premiership which he tice daVr Nov n ms abandoned when he resigned with j In Ames the day will be Production of white potatoes his cabinet on Tuesday accepted j served in the churches of the was estimated at bush the task I cityat their morning services els or a yield of 1212 bnshels per The decision was accepted with and in a special service at the acre comared witb 406964000 relief by a large part of the French i Memorial Union at Iowa State col bushels1 in 1927 public and her elder statesmen j lege Sweet potato who have come to look upon the Qn that day also the American i timated at 81340000 or strorfg leadership of Poincare Red Cross launches its annual a as the best guarantee of the 1 Sweet potato production was es of 95 bushels per acre call will continue until Nov i compared with 93928000 bushels roll call will contiue until Nov laat vear Tobacco production wasplaced abated It was feared that the until the bourse closedto avoid The flag on the campus of the at 1346566000 pounds compared L financial called Poin college will ily at half staff un wit 1211301000 pounds m 1927 end of the upheaval was still dis tant The damage has been enormous proijably exceeding v Hundred ofpeasants have been trow their homes and were I given shelter in the yet aged towns near the eea The village of Maseali was obliterated An idea of the loss was given inthe estimate that the damage j amounted to 150000 lire i S45 per hectare A hectare is MEXICO CITY Nov roughly 2 acres care and conferred with aim for til he compiuiiqn of the seri two hours vices at the Memorial Union i about ir oiciQek Sunday I All relatives of thoseivho died J 1 inthe World rwar j of foreign wars are invited to semble at thisservice with tie members of the local reserve offi Assassinated General Alvaro Ob Are Posstbily Doomed The village of Nunziata and the scope of Herbert Hoovers victory It was feared that much presidentelect of Mexico J hamlet of carrabba seemed mirac in the race for president of the the colorful splendor of the specmust face a squad and a j ulously to have escaped destruc United States contiued to grow tacle wouldbe lost if the inclef author tion so far hut theyremainedin burst of buying in Radio corpora tion gave the stock market a sen today Latest ment weather continued United Press figures As the hour of the new day vears prison r showed hadswept the country by drew near palace attendants lact sation toward the close j 2000000 voters inthe pared to place the jDeA ToralgSlty or large session today dv banners within the presidentelect and he udu oeen strong tnru tiifi i votes in the electoral college stood ShinShinDen or Vi imminent peril They are doomed jsmp of the plot must spend 20 f Qf the ystream over hanging them from a height spreads even a few yards Both settlements were occupied for the first nine months of this year showing far better profit than the entire year of 1927 After holding gains of four points or so until the last hour radio suddenly took on activity Trades bid up 5 10 15 and points for the issue A sale was made toward the t i he electoral col ege stood ShinShinDen or inner sanctum i at 444 a compared with 87 for the imperial palace to death The same I found Mother Superior Con b of the Sex problem tilms and red TT in the G0id star room at the ja pr0paganda films have Union Sunday morning at aroused thel 6vigilance of tn time a memorial wreath Daughters Of the American Revo at his official home at the guber Dean InSM Marion Iution in Iowa in a letter sent natorial mansion today convinced approDriate poem will be to all thechapters in the state that his friends of Albany had not read anK Mra LoulsR Schmidt of Ames Ul auuctn appropriate song win ciialrman Of the better films com ALBANY N Y Nov Alfred E Smih4s bk deserted him v be sunS j3 MacRae The mittee of theIowa S0ciety Proof of this friendship came noor oi tnis menasmp came chimes of the campanile will play last night when the governor tne usual Sabbattl hymns defeated m Ins attempt to attain ning at Afc the COmpletion of films as the presidency of the to Albany New York City uiu i wt Hundreds gathered at the sta den of the Union the flag tion as the train bearing the gov De raised to full staff amors private car pulled in Gov Alfred E Smith the demo The emperor and his royal con cepciori guiity Of being the Intel cratic candidate j sort had completed the exhaustive iectual author of the crime and One oy one the outstanding pre rehearsals of the ceremonies was sentenced to 20 years cincts reported a greater gain for which will place thera formally in extreme penalty the commerce secretary As the before their ancestors as taking last midwestern and eastern states succession dually of the imperMexico can be given a woman in came in it was shown that the ial throne of the land of the j Hoover landslide had reached rising sun Their majesties rath Toral just before the verdict 5 read looked out over the close at 255 up 2 a new high record Bids were later made at 270 Information from the floor said Radio had touched 272 up 39 Buying was said to be based on rumors that John J Raskob was to be chosen chairman of the board of radio Shorts were driven to cover by the sudden spurt in the issue and their covering sent the price soaring Talk was immediately heard that a technical corner had been brought about in the stock Big interests evidently had secured the majority of the floating supply and were squeezing the shorts un mercifully Only the close pre vented carrying the price into sensational heights and i greater proportions than even had er tired from their long hours sman crowd of newspapermen in aiiu i vrtv vnt nft vcTrt rr vaetcaft in A t i j j been considered of rehearsing rested in the court room and said Even North Carolina one of the private apartments in the imperj j expect nothing but death but states of the solid south aided ial palace in piling up the great popular vote that the republican party Continued On Page Six TWO CAES CRASH The cars driven by H J Norlin of 153 Hyland avenue and Walter Verhille of 2917 Oakland avenue crashed Thursday at the intersec tion of Grand avenue Norlin was traveling south on Grand avenue and Verhille traveling north was turning west into Fifth when the crash occurred Phone 83 For Grid Scores 1 1 hope when I am dead that the people will forget their hatred He rode away from the presi dential office in San Angel in a imotor car his arm draped around the driver of the car towards the penitentiary A smile lighted his rather wan face Once when he sighted a friend lie waved cheer fuily The Tribune will receive reports The nun riding in a motor car T r0 f p m Saturday Phone S3 for scores FUNN ihls ona A CORKER Going into a chemists shop one day an Aberdeen man said lie Canted a small empty bottle Thatll cost you three pence1 said the shopkeeper handing over the bottle but if you care to liave something jn it give you the bottle for nothing All right said the pawky Aberdonian just put a cork in its Dubuque Teacher Nominated for President of State Association DES MOINES Nov Miss Esther Helbig of Dubuquc today was nominated for presi dent of the Iowa State Teachers association in the report of the nominating committee made to j K D Miller of on all the principal football games in the rear was wistful She of the country shortly after looked downward just as she had when the verdict was re l turned and paid little attention to j the staring eyes of the crowd which lined the streets The defense has five clays to appeal to the higher court and this already is assured Should this fail thecase will be appealed to President Plutarco Calles for clemency Obregon was killed in the lit non of Centerville southwestern M M Mclntire of Audubon and j tie Bombilla cafe in San Angel south central Bertha Taylor or last July He had just been elect ed president of Mexico for his Orient the seventyfourth annual con vention in session here Nominations for the seven vice presidents were as follows was nominated for the three year i term on the executive commit tee and Clay Sinker of Des Moiues was nominated treasur second term by a great plurality T lnfl n Fort Dodge withstood the damaging force infantry regiment who were prei Bombs exploded Red lights flared j venting tne inhabitants from rej Train whistles and sirensshriek turning to their imperilled homes ed The motion picture is of the hymns a bugle corps recognized form of recreation1 the college military department and amusement for all richaud the roof gar poorj old and younfe The consum those who attend motion picture plays should not hesitate to let the producers realize the Damages i demand for hignV moral standards What class of pictures is de for Accident Hurts and were helping to remove the When the governor appeared j last possessions from the houses there were joyous shouts from t Full realization of the wratii of the crowd Many shouted regrets damages has been filed in manded in your town Dathe NEVADA Nov 9A suit f orsex Problem films predominate have special escorts damages to her car not break into its customary grin f SMOG DARKENS CITY the great crater became known when Professor Gaetano Ponte di rector of the observatory for the volcano flew over the crater He watched the three flows of lava spew from their pits start liurtling down the mountain side There is no abatement of the of the destruction he re ported The speed at the start sometimes reached 400 metres an hour Fortunately as the molten lava streaks down the mountain a parade behind side its power decreases and at j Smith was quiet His face did some of the bases the speed now is estimated at no more than five kilometers an hour Down in the valley below the ordinarily peaceful mountain side three destructive streams have poured down sweeping all vegeta tion before them At times these streams have reached a velocity of 130 kilometers an hour Three streams are expected to join at the sea Saturday and the natives of this hillside country hope that the danger then may stop Everything will be all right provided another outbreak does not start in the great crater Twelve thousand persons aro homeless housed in the schools and cement buildings that have over his defeat for the presidency district court here by Mildred The crowd formed so close around Kline of Nevada for Helen Kline the train that the governor had to against William Kriner of Nevada Is there a frequent showing of for injuries received in a motor are i influence young Americans 1 watch of this class John B Thacher mayor of AI accident on Sept 6 bany was on the governors left The plaintiff states that in the and Col Frederick Stuart Greene i crash she Was thrown from the superintendent of public works car arli her teeth loosened and was on his right The partv en her mouth lacerated She asks i teredthe official motor car and for for a dental bill started towards the mansion for permanent injuries and of nictures unless Many other motor cars formed in suffering incurred ana 365 for standards of pictmes unless flamricroc fn T What type and class of inusic do you have with the pictures Half of a pictures effect is in the music which is used to interpret Mrs Schmidt has already sliad numerous jeplies from the chap ill HUlAHil UtiJ 1 t v His lips gripped his cigar tightly CHICAGO Nov Midj ters In one city it is reported Red flares lighted the way of the night darkness enveloped Chicago theater manager canceled his entire parade and occasionally the this afternoon when low hanging bookings of certain pictures ob governor would wave his brown clouds and density produced jected to by the D A R mem derby but that was the only no smog a combination of smoke i Ders jn another place tice he gave to the crowd and fog I Children Will Romp in White House First Time in 20 Years i ter manager turned over his list of bookings for the year and of fered to let the D A R menr bers strike out any which they considered subversive The Iowasociety thru its bet ter films committee is now work in on plans for an historical film dealing with the Northeast A E Jewel t of Wa er terloo northwestern A E Htr The fate of a nation Is not rison of Lake View central A i decided in political debates or J Steffey of Knoxville north discussions but in I lie daily rou central J F Ovennyer of Al gona southeastern E W Fan tho volcano Two persons nave bHn killed a man and his wife The United Press correspond ent reached the front of this new watched tho mer mass creeping slowly on Tribunes County News Service m richest lands of the district NEVADA Nov The valuable groves of lemon Will Nominate County Chairman of Bureau Women Gilbert Woman Asking Divorce NEVADA Nov Crump of Gilbert has filed suit in the district court here for a divorce from Frank Crump and asks the custody of thoir child ren Ruth 9 Donald 7 and Elea tine and commonplace work of i for tho office of county chairman and applo trees wore destroyed hundreds of thousands of class of the womens1 committee of the The molten now swept down rooms Miss Agnes Samuclson Story county farm bureau will thru the district and as the sear superintendent of public j be nominated at a meeting ofiinpslream struck the trees they wenwilted The white hot flames jinsfiuclion told approximately 7 the township home project chair teachers at the opening ses men and publicity chairmen in nor 5 The couple were married in Nevada in March of 1919 and lived 1 iilS si nick up into the trunks eating sion of the convention last night the farm bureau office at Nevada lawny the sap and before ones It is the work of leathers in i Wednesday afternoon at jvfrv withered quickening intellects in guiding j This procedure is in accordance Roads leading from the district character in developing ability with the new constitution of the wcrc rlletl vith peasants lea to think that directs farm bureau their farms From Maseali the course of the republic and shapes its destiny Miss Samuel son said The alpha and omega of equal ization of educational opportunity tosother until August of today is the teacher Upon her 1 Continued On lago Six II J Metcalf of Des Moines traffic in every direction was thick head of the information service i Carts auto lorries and other ve of theagricultural extension ser viceat Iowa State college vill hides were filled with furniture Every direction from Maseali speak on the writing of news estlu Plants departed The rail pocially as it pertains to the farmLroad station By THOMAS L STOKES Roosevelt who now U P Staff Correspondent soldiers grave in France urged PALO ALTO Cal Nov his pony to try the slippery will romp about the footine white house in the next atlminis1 Herberts sister flaxiuhaired ration for the first time in 20 j blueeyed Peggy already years reached the mischievous age Herbert Hoover tho third is Knowingher grandfather only aa just a year old now to be true a his kindly man and not as rrt within two or three years he presidentelect of the United Shortly after midnight tonight will have reached the ape that stntes she marches into his studv i Col Theodore Roosevelt andhis has Roosevelt Brothers Sailing for Asia NEW YORK Nov dflights in ricing a velocipede on calmly pushes aside his papers such places as the east rooms j and insists on a romp shiny floors which have not been j And the presidentelect sets marred since young Qiientin aside important matters and plays with his twoandahalfyearold granddaughter He is proud of her People tell him she is the living image of him Her father and mother will not Banks Close Monday for Armistice Day Hanks of the city will close all day Monday which has been ofti live in tho white house all the j the unexplored jungles of south cially set aside for the obser j time hut they will he in and out j eastern Asia in search Of rare vanee of Armisliw Business i of it there much of the time ot animals brother Kermit will sail aboard the White Star liner JHomeric on their second zoologicalexpe dition for tihe field museum ot natural history The iRooscvelts accompanied by their wives will proceed to India where the expedition will be organized They will penetrate i bureau work ftvinK houses however will remain open tlu the newly reorganized nuTohanis bureau of tho chamber of com merce decided at Its first meeting recently Tho post otliee will be open as usual Its schedule unchanged and several kUo the Dally Tribune will be t illt Ianj 11 Continued on Pajfe Tbreo Jpnblished as usual ls during college holidays and during the summers The mother AIM children will become familiar figures about the FLYER SEES CAL WASHINGTON Nov Benjamin Mendez executive mansion Herbert Hoovj Colombian army flyer who will or jr is an instructor in business attempt a flight ttom New York economics at Harvard taking af1 to Bogota next week waa ter his father and recently has i seined to President Coolidge at Continued On Page Six the white house today   

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