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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                r ts DAILY NEWS PAPER AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION E UNITED PRESS AND INTSHriATIONAL NEWS SOTPLBinSNTAIi SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 15 1928 CENTS FEk COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE HBFORT NO 215 G 0 P NAMES HOOVER CURTIS Kansas Senator Named for Vice President SOLONISCHOSEN AS TILSON AND MACNIDER QUIT Veteran Solon Receives Landslide Convention Adjourned at BULLETIN CONVENTION HALL KANSAS CITY June 15 completed a ticket of Hoover and i Curt is the republican na tional convention adjourn ed sine die at p m By BYRON PRICE Associated Press Staff Writer CONVENTION HALL KANSAS CITY June 15 Hoover and Curtis So the republican ticket In a landslide of pro portions even outdoing that in which Herbert Hoover himself was nominated last night for president the republican na tional convention at its con session today selected Senator Charles Curtis of Kan sas as his running mate and west andsouth CHOICE OF THE GRAND OLD PARTY tKelr support to the Kansan of Indian des once a jockey now the leader of his party in the United States senate His selection was urged by his middle west partisans and accepted by the delegates of other sections as a link be tween the presidential nominee and the McNaryHaugen farm bloc which was so overwhelm ingly beaten yesterday in an attempt to write the equaliza tion fee into the republican platform Senator Curtis voted for both of the McNaryHaugen bills which were vetoed by Presi dent Coolidge When the at tempt was made three weekd ago to pass the 1928 bill over the veto however the Kansas senator stood by the president He himself had been a can didate for the presidency with the support of Kansas andj Oklahoma to the last Altho liis vice presidential candidacy had been handicapped by the record of his stubborn resist ance to Hoover his supporters pointed out that he not only announced his allegiance to the standard bearer and platform as soon as the selection was made but sent a ringing tele gram of congratulation to Mr Hoover Like Hoover Curtis was nominated on the first ballot and there were only a few scattered votes for others PRESIDENT IS PLEASED m G 0 oolidge at Superior Sends Congratula tions to Hoover June President Coolidga indorsed the lomination of Herbert Hoover as the presidential candidate by lending to thecommerce secretary in Washington a telegram of congratu and personal appreciation im mediately upon reaching Superior to day Pruislns the personal qualities oC Secretary Hoover President Coolidge said Wishes Him Success You have been nominated for the most important position in the world Your greatability and your wide ex perience willenable you to serve our party with marked distinction I wish HERBERT HOOVER For President CHARLES CURTIS For Vlco President Five Injured When Two Cars Crash With Train Fred Miller Harvey Bare more and Agnes Van da in Serious Condition Five persons were injured three ser iously when a Chrysler roadster and a Hupmobile were damaged in the at tempt to avoid hitting a train of freight cars on the Chicago and North western railroad crossing at the Inter section of Fourth street and South Madison avenue Friday morning at oclock Three ot the occupants of the Chry sler Fred Miller 19 years 104 BiBbth street southwest Miss Ajjnes Yanda Hantord Hotel and Harvey Bar emora Winnebago are In a serious condition at local hospitals where tiiey were brot Immediately after the accidents Four other oc cupants of tlie Chrysler car received lesser Injuries oneof them Miss Zelda Chapman befhsc taken to Park hospital together with Miss Yanda and Miller while Miss Luclle Lambert son 15 North Adams avenue and Bar emore were taken to Mercy hospital Two George Schepp 1103 South Fed eral avenue and Max Loomer 12 South Monroe avenue other occupants of the Chrysler car received minor cuts Condition Serious Millers condition was reported ns snrJoiii Friday ITe suffered MacNIDER SAYS NO badly crushed skull a fractured arm and other serious cuts and bruises Miss Yondd suffered a serious head injury which Is possibly a fracture severe cuts and many minor bruises Miss Chapman received cuts on her head and face Her condi tion Is reported as not serious Baromore the driver of the Chry sler was reported Friday mominfr as iLiying suffered a skull Injury His loft arm was extremely mangled in thecrash and other injuries were re ceived Miss Ivambertson was re ported as having received severe cuts and bruises Wllmer 604 North Federal avenue driver of the Hupnioblle and Phillls Pettis who was In the car with him were reported as having re ceived few or no injuries Miller Loonier and Miss Chapman were seated In tho rumble seat of the Chrysler and the others of their party were in the front seat Both automobiles were returning to Mason City from Clear Lake when they met the freight train and the drivers of the cars were unable to stop their machines The Hupmobile which came first was turned by the driver Lyons to the right and along the side of the train in order to ovoid the collision Lyons turned his car thru n narrow TlfRV TO PARE 2 COTJUMN 5 Career of Nominee Led From Orphaned Iowa Home WIND AID TO MOBILE PARTY Lost Explorers Being Blown Nearer to Rescuing Party KINGS BAY Spitzbergen Ifi strong east wind blowing in Spitsbergen today made It probable that ths Mobile radio party was being driven more to the westward in the direction of tho rescue parties now seeking to reach the stranded men off Northeast land It snowed during the night but sunshine succeeded the storm today making conditions favorable for fur thor reconnaisance While there has been much appre honslon concerning the fate of the seven men carried off in the Itilias bal loon and who have slnco been missing it was felt at Kings Bay that this party must have tho skils which were tn tho Itallas equipment and thus have the advantage ot them for use on the softening Ice The baloon party also has a supply of rifles and ammunition which will enable them to add to their provis ions by hunting polar bear which are reported in the region The arrival of the powerful Russian Ice breaker Maligin is eagerly as it is felt that she offers the host means ot reaching the Itnlias crew Who fijtod this style of wearing a ft raw hat with an overcoat In June Mojnes Tribune By W EARL HALL Staff KANSAS CITT June llacNIder as a possible vice presiden tial nominee passed from the picture this afternoon when after a tremen dous ahow of support for Curtis of Kansas the Mason City man forbade the presentation of his name Hoover Activities Myriad of Jobs All Over World By CLINTON COFFIN Associated Tress Stafr Writer TTERBERT HOOVER republican 11 nominee for the presidency Is one the few great World war figures The bringing of Senator Curtia into for whom peace has meant expansiojj ths field came sudden Power and preatlge rather than morning after it had appeared ths eastern party leaders were throw Ing their united support to former Governor Channlng Cox of Massachu setts Ths Kansan had stated point blank he would not bn Fatlsficd with second place on ticket and by his caustic criticism of the Hoover candi dacy late as Sunday of this week it fTTRN TO PAGE COLUMN 5 Whatever fortune may come to him In November heretofore the feet of a boy orphaned a half century ago in an Towa hamlet have held consistently to a pathway trending ever more ppec tarulnrly upward It Is not only America that Ins known Hoover hut Burnin and Aus tgalia and tho forest sloprs of the CTrals In Russia and the hungered Cover llorijes ot tn9 European world for whom he meant food and shelter For eight years now he has sat in Washington most ot the time a cabi net officer constantly on exhibition but yet remaining an Inscrutable fig ure Ho is a bulky man liig particu larly as to his hands with a round face relieved only by the long rise of his forehead He is customarily garbed in quieter shades of blue Shuns Personal Note While politicians usually reach auto matically for the personal contact Hoover after years in the atmosphere withdraws quite obviously when the personal note is introduced Never theless he is a man of warm friend ships nnd of magnetic personality A Hoover asset Is the fact thai practically always working himself hf meets other people in connection with TURN TO PAGE t COLUS1N 8 Will Rogers KANSAS CIT5T June was robbed just before the conven tion opened this morning Chicago and Indiana delegates are under surveillance Young Bob LnFollette made the only real speech that has been made in the convention He spoke In favor of the people Ho was lis tened to but his amendments were not adopted They kept the Wall street one If there Is enouffh banks to rob there Is no telling when the con vention will adjourn its HofMn for vice president to slop Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 8 Vote by States CITV June ie tolal delegate voto of in tho republican national convention alt but ive cast their ballots for nominating k presidential candidate Of the Hoover was supported by 837 or 204 more than the necessary majority Tho remainder wore llnei up this way Lowdcn 14 Curtis 114 Watson 45 Norris 24 Gott 18 Coolidgo 17 Dawcs 4 Iluehes 1 The vote by states you all the success oud desire that your heart May yGod continue to bestow upon you ths power to do your duty Mrs Coolidfje nssoclalcd herself LOWDEN QUITS AS G 0 P FAILS TO ADOPT FARM BILL ommerce Secretary Squelches Other Candidates on Opening Vote Hoover Forces Sweep Away Opposition to Victory vith Mr Coolidges greetings tele graphing president and I aend you and yours our love and best wish President Coolidge was Infromed early today on the train by Edward T Clark his personal secretary of the nomination ot Herbert Hoover at tha The news VMHRiBHBBBBltifaIn carry Ala 15 Ariz 9 Ark 11 Calif 29 Colo 1S Conn 17 Del 9 Fla 10 Ga IB Idaho 11 111 61 Ind 33 Iowa 20 1 Kan 23 2ft I La 12 Me 15 Md in Mass m Jllch SS Minn 27 Miss 12 Mo 30 Mont 11 Nob 19 Nev 9 N H 11 H I 15 5 V B Cl HI 29 IS I HI I I II I I I I I I Mill vciafter the chief executiveliact retired Received by Crowd The telegram to Mr Hoover was on train and dispatched aa aoon as the train stopped here Mrs Coolidge smiling happily and apparently none the worse for the long trip from the enat was photo jraphed from the rear of tho train She was wearing s channel red suit with a tan silk hat Mrs Irving L Lenroot presented lier with a large bouquet of roses incl was Photographed with Mr and Mrs Coolidge together with Mayor Kred Baxter of Superior and Mayor S F Snively of Duluth A welcom ing committee stretching half a block from the train greeted the president as he alighted while the Superior public school bnnd in white stood in the background providing martial muslo Ji Y 90 N C 20 N D 13 Ohio 51 Ohla 20 j Ore 13 Penn 79 n T is 13 Toiin 1 Tor 26 Utah It V6 II Vs 15 Wash 17 Va 19 Wis Wyo 9 j Alaslta 2 Teacher Is 111 TOICK June Stella Wosen waa taken ill while teaching parochial school yesterday She and went There be school on Saturday closed school will probably Cancer Proves Fatal to Decorah Garage Man DECORAH Tune Woldmcr of thin city died at his home hare yes terday morning after an Illness of sev eral months of cancer Mr Woldmcr had conducted the Bulck garage and salesroom for the past IS years He leaves a wife one son alsr hia father and mother and several brothers IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy ami somewhat unsettled Friday iiiKht and Sat urday Wanner in mst and cen tral portions Friday nidi I LOCAL STATISTICS weather for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Fri Jny Highest Thursday 76 degrees Lmvest in Night degrees At 8 M C2 degrees Hulnfail Trace Excellent days Cor corn theso with plenty of moisture and sunshine Tlic wind was in the southeast Friday In dicating the possibility of rain in the near future 1M 101 11 9 11 31 1 I 1 I i H 1 1 I I K By BYRON PRICE Associated Writer ANSAS CITY June The overwhelming choice of hia party convention Herbert Hoover is the republi can presidential nominee of 1928 His nomination was voted late last night on the first bal ot in a landslide that piled up at his feet nearly fourfifths of the entire vote of the convention The alliance of candidates against him collapsed and scattered and his chief opponent rank 0 Lowden withdrew entirely disappointed and dissat sfied with the party platform plank on farm relief Selection of a nominee for second place was left to todays final session of the big party conclave to be called together at noon after republican leaders had sifted over a score of candi dates at numberless confabs tlmiout Kansas Citys downtown hotel section and had sought the advice of Hoover himself in Washington n c 2 Hawaii 2 Phil 2 Porto n 5 11 D 2 i I 2 Total I 5 CURTIS VOTE Alabama 15 Curtis 15 Arizona 9 Curtis 9 Arkansas II Curds 1J California 29 Curlls 19 Colorado 15 Curtis 5 Connecticut 17 Curtis 17 Dolnirare 9 Curtis 9 Florida 10 Curds in Georgia IB Ciirlis 1C Irfnlio II Curtis II Illinois 61 Curtis 61 Indiana 33 Curtis 33 Iowa 20 Curtis 29 Karens 23 Curtis 23 Kentucky 29 Curtis 12 Curtis 12 JMainn 15 Curtis 13 Maryland 19 Curtis IS Massachusetts 39 Cuilk 19 Michigan 33 Curtis 33 Minnesota 27 Curtis 21 Dawcs 3 Mississippi 12 Curtis 12 Missouri 39 Curtis 39 Montana 11 Curtis 11 Nobraslin 19 Curtis Nevada 9 Curtis 9 New irniiipshirn II Curtis 1 Xew Jersey 31 Curtis 31 New Mexico 9 Curtis 9 TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN t Once it has come to an agreement on tho vice presidential nomination the convention will lie ready to ad journ and go home A few hours he foro it made Its choice Cor head the ticket it had completed adoption of a platform modeled on tho Coolldge style of political architecture with a fow extra buttresses here and to fortify it against the special strains of this particular presidential year How farm relief dispute TsirbJaCL speculation dele gates prepared to separate After sandinghis message of withdrawal to the convention Mr Lowden boarded a train for his home at Oregon without making a further statement or sending his congratulations to tho successful candidate Fight Goes to Houston Soms or tlie other farm leaders who had tried In vain to put the party record as favoring Hie principles of the McNaryHaugen bill said they were preparing1 to carry their battle to the democratic convention meeting in Houston on June 26 Tho administration arm plnnk which led to Lowdens withdrawal a program of economic equality for the farmer but makes no mention of the McNaryHaugen bill or Its equalization fee This was given a three to one preference vote by the convention Itself In his message of withdrawal read to the convention in place of the speech that was to have placed him In nomination Lowden said that In his opinion the plank adopted did not contain the antecs agriculture must Iinvo to save it from ruin and was so disappointing that ha would not care to he a can didate on the platform as it stands Lowdens elimination was followed by the accession of many ot his dele gates to tho Hoover standard altho 71 ot tho 250 or so that had been credited to him stuck to thrt IMS ship and voted for Lowden despite his withdrawal ot voles cast Hoover had in the end 837 with only needed to be nominated Most ot Is enough to match Lowdons 71 Caolidco Given 17 Votes Despite lack of further personal word from President Coolidge that he did not want his name before tho con vflntlon he was nominated formally by rtcprosentative Ralph Cole of Ohio and 17 votes wore cast for from II linois and four from Ohio The nomination was voled by a MOn vontJon which bad undergone n great rlmiige sinceits drab and uninterest ing opening last Tuesday Tho lloovor ponplo came to the nisht session mani festly determined to a jubie of It while the remnants of tho opposing coalition realizingHie battle was over TURN TO PARK 2 COLUMN t e nomnaed Most llio rest wero scattered among Curti Watson nnd Norris with none ot the FRIENDS WITH HOOVER WHEN Secretary Holds Open House to Hear Con vention Reports By CLINTON COFFIN Associated Press Staff Herbert Hoover advanced to tha rank of republican nominee looked upon tho world today a happy man who had struggled to the pinnacle of honor within the gift of his party Closely surrounded by his most in timate friends and neighbors he spent the nomination night In his home There ho took in his little brown fin ished study the first luirst of the Ktorm of congratulations that fa still hovering over him Mrs Hoover by his side It had been open house in the Hoover bode ail evening for a sizable throng of Washington who live in the fashionable neighborhood whore has resided during his tenure of cabinet office Visitors Hear Nomination Amongthose gathered before the loudspeaker to witness In this wny the culmination of the convention to cheer with tho demonstrators flt Kan sas City and chuckle good natnredly at tho girding of the opposition Associate Justice Stone of the supreme court and Mrs Stone Assistant Attor ney General W 1 Donovan Inter slate Commerce Commissioner Lewfn and Mrs Dr and Mrs Vernon IvelloRg Mrs Bomb wife of the Idaho senator and Adolph Miller ot the federal reserve board Thruoiit tho early part of the eve ning whlln nominating ant spoechpK werebeing made Mr and Mrs Hoover sat with their guesta but TO PACK 2 4 Rogers Ready for Houston So He Can Get Hot Dogs Iy WILL ROGERS Special Correspondent I most convention KANSAS CITY Juno get Pcop1e country have ever out of hero and go to Houston They havent even got hot dogs to sell In Kaln nt 10 this morning tho convention building Now Jcst unfortunately didnt adjourn It Jones dont Kot high lint down at like tllcy 1nlt thcy hailnt Houston nnil not scrin any there stprdny a priest nfforei Tlioro is nothing tn ui hrre when it wns offered a ipnnhmmmcs on You have to for Smiih Irn to him fThpy both nrtypd fnr guidance for Tho ronvonfion nlgHt nnd hl not jthen adjourned In minutes That TURN TO PAGE COLUMN 7 AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen My girl Ellas new fangled way n raisin chil dren is better for cm may lie hut it dont make em behave as well as mine   

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