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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                I MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JUNE 29 1928 FIVE on j Vacation Fight on Farm Relief Would Have Been Bad Writer Says Opposition of Reed to Wilson During War Thot to Have Hurt Missourians Chances at Conventiqn By W EARL HALL GlobeGazetle Managing Editor TTOLTSTON Texas June of the major argument has flown from H this convention as these lines are written to agreed upon a One the very what Is meant when a southerner I says as ha often does Our Negroes know their It means that col ored people are servants nothing more only a shade or two about cattle and horses They have no rights and surprisingly few privileges They dont associate with whites ex cept to brush their clothes or shine their shoes Jim Crow cars are in use universally here and In tho conven tion hall the concession was made of setting aside a small section not well situated for the colored folk And the amazing fact is Negroes are perfectly happy with their posi tion in the scheme of society They dont aspire to better things Nk Stops Say Flyers Ready for Round Trip Transcontinental Hop I1L1U11 upon and all bufthe very most unreasonable have conceded that it have been bad business indeed for the great democratic party to quarrel about such things as farm relief or prohibition But theres one question that perhaps never will be answered Did the agricultural demonstration Tuesday night In connection with Claude Bowers kevnote address break at the scheduled time school of thot Insists that the directions called for the upnsmg at c lose of the editors pointed remarks on farming Such persons purport to have inside Information that It was this sentence in the speakers p read time out for sevenminute demonstration We do not manuscript whi all our Industries shall longer be a doormat feet upon as they enter the Temple of Privi Among tlie Iowa angles in this con vention is John Halligan ot Washing ton who makes the announcements which call for leather lungs and clear enunciation Mr Halligan who reading clerk of the house of repre sentatives has a son John who is present mayor and past American gion post commander at Carroll la Next to Jim Preston chairman of the senate press galleries and in harse of newspaper seating arrange merits here Mr Halligan a per sonal acquaintance with more persons in this convention than any other in dividual Check this list of tilings to be cleaned Dress rh g Gown Steamer Rug Ties DHat Golf Togs Sweaters Scarfs Light Coat Flannel Trousers Palm Beach Suits Caps 3 Gloves j On the whole this demonstration led by North Dakotas delegation and par ticipated in by every other state hav ing one delegate young and spry enough to carry the state banner had the appearance of being about as spon taneous and impromptu as the key icters address which had been in the hands ot the printers for two weeks before tho convention Tam many In the role of farm savior hasn t been entirely convincing even to southern democracy which just about whistled itself out of courasa Plibne Its hard to tell just how far Jim Reed of Missouri might have got in this convention if two things were not true of him Ho opposed Woodrow Wilsons every move back in war time and thereafter and he was too closely associated with Henry Ford in his at tacks on Jews That Wilson stands higher in parly councils today than he did in 1020 or 1924 isnt to be doubted Heed himself dncsnt doubt it And Al Smiths primary demand upon his runninsmate has been that he be a help rather than a hindrance in carrying New York state and city The Jewish voto is a highly conse quential factor in the situation and Smiths friends have been reluctant to court disfavor ill these quarters by nominating a man who has not been considered friendly to the Jews The convention proper would have turned to Keod far more readily than to Hob inson or anybody else it there had been a gesture In that direction from headquarters This isnt saying o course that Reed would have accepted second place honors In fact he has said repeatedly that it was the presi dency or nothing One Curtis of Kan sas it will be recalled was saying the same thing two short weeks ago The Karlsan didnt meant It as events have proved alongside Gov Henry Allen of Kansas whose proximity to Hoover headquar ters and to me supplied more than one live tip This year my nextseat neighbor is one M R Ridley oE Ox ford Kngland who Is In this country as a representative of the great uni versity there In a purely incidental way he is reporting on the convention for a paper at Oxford He expressed amazement at some phases of the con vention on the opening night The nearest approach to this in my he said would bo for the prime minister to come into a city and stage a political rally Party con ventions of a national scope are not known Democrats like their demonstra lions The two Wednesday afternoon in connection with Senator Joe Rob insons plea for religious tolerance commonly regarded as the first nomln atlng speech for Al Smith were prob ably greater In toto than the one Tues day night for the promise of agricu tural relief After North Carolina and severe other states which normally would no be found in tho Smith lists had joine the parade of states attention wi riveted on the Alabama banner A tho a fist fight was staged In an fort to draw that banner Into the demonstration the Heflindominated delegation remained adamant SANTA ANA nights ot the air who attempt trans ceanie flights are hardly more am itious than two Pacific coast flyers Charles Rochevllle and Lieut K C Hawkins are planning a round trip y air across the United States This Is to be no ordinary flight lowever for the two aviators plan to rop their cards at New York and re urn to San Diego their starting point without landing anywhere en oute Twice across the continent and no stopovers Both men have had experience in ongrdistanca or duration flying Hawkins as a navy pilot and Roche ville as a member of the Albatross crew who triedfour times In that big trlengined plane to reach a new dura tion record Hawkins with lil Encanto was one who started along the Oakland run way for Honolulu In the Dole race His heavily loaded plane swerved iowever and did not take off For this twiceacrossthecontlnent race tlie flyers plan to use a mono plane of Rochevilles design using a single motor and carrying COO gallons of gasoline This plane resembles the Zenth Albatross which carried three en gines On the journey east from San Diego naval air station field the pair plan to follow a southern route cum ing west they will fly by way ot Chi cago awl Denver The trip planned would keep the flyers In the air at least 60 hours which not only would take them twice across the continent but would bring them the worlds endurance record to hold the solid south behind Al Smith and to make an appeal for sup port from the agricultural middle west Very possibly too this mention by name of the farm relief bill was in the nature of a feeler for the platform committee which was in session in the library building nearby at the time the Robinson address was being made He heralded the absence of a wet plank In the platform too ous hy their absence at this conven tion is Calo Sells of Fort Worth Judge Sells an alumnus of Cornel college liiis been a power in Texa democracy for many years but h is taking 350 active part in parly a fairs this year SeventeenYears In Mason City Will Rogers Is seated within a few rows of me He Is watching the con vention with obvious Interest think ing seriously no doubt ot the funny things he must say in his report when he gets back to his room in the Rice hotel His reputation for industrious gum chewing has been lived up to He is wearing a palm beach suit and he is toying with his onebowed tortoise shell glasses most of the lime He holds stage center most of the time When the list of political prognosti cates Is compiled the magazine Time will have to be accorded a prominent place Two weeks ago at Kansas City in Us Issue it featured the picture ot Senator Curtis on Its front page This week it given over the king position to Senator Kobinson or Ar kansas who if all signs fail not will be second on the democratic ticket These cover pages of course are made up a week or so in advance Tour corresp9ndent has Ray Mur phy ot Ida Grove to thank for an ex Cfllent seat on the speakers platform Wednesday morning I was In the row immediately behind Mrs Woodrow Wilson and Im moved by an Irresisti ble Impulse to tell In my clumsy way what slio wore even as the society editor dresses the Her dress was flowered volte and she wore a coursage ot orchids at her shoulder If thats the way orchids come And her large hat was f black Milan straw At her side Mrs Jesse Jones of this city and learby was a uniformed youth de tailed to give her protection At each nention of President Wilson she learned Mrs Wilson and Mayor Jim inie Walker are undoubtedly Hous tons social favorites of tlie conven tion Iowas banners in the religious tol erance demonstrations Wednesday were borne by D Fulton Rice of Cen tervllle state representative and R J McDonald of Iowa City a Univer sity student and son of a prominent democratic lawyer Young men have not cut much of swath In this convention Of In the one at Kansas City Dan Moody 34 year old of Texas and j George L Berry ot Tennessee asplr At Kansas City it was your ant to vice presidential honors have spondcnts good fortune to draw a seat SHEPARD FARM LOANS MR LAND OWN10K During the last nineteen years this office has loaned more than ten million dollars lo farmers in Northern luwi and Southern Minnesota We have a large number of loan companies that Rive us exception ally good service Drop us aline and let us know your rceiuircmtrits Our loans ire made on the regular fiveyear plan and also on tho amor tization plan with liberal prepayment options and nt lowest Interest rates We also handle city loans on good Mason City property and have some mortgages for sale to investors v v 1 tt i J Rooms SO 1513 Hugh Shepard M B A MASON CITY IOWA Distance Ph No 281285 lifted their voices a time or two but they have had a noisy audience Twentyeight years ago when tho sen timent We need young hlood In our was seldom heard the G O P nominated one Theodore Roosevelt not yet into his forties Your Buick Dealer stands back of the USED CARS he f 1 C Your Buick dealers good reputa O C A JL tion in the community is worth far more to him than the profit he makes on any used car transaction He is the headjof an established business and he knows that in order to get more business he must please his present He carries a representative stock of used cars including both used Buicks and cars of other and he represents them honestly Youre sure of a square deal when i you buy from the Buick dealer He stands back of the usedcars he sells BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT OF GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION Motors Co 520 North Federal Avc Mason City Northerners have had nn opportun y In their visit here to find out just Bands In this convention are both more numerous and better than those at Kansas City They have special ized In the old time numbers with Dixie a surefire hit any time The south is still the heart of democracy But New York for the time being is functioning as hrain ami backbone No part of the piant coliseum Sat Houston Mall is more interesting tlia s roof Its support is supplied by elwork of rafters bolted agafns ich other in diamond formation a special Houston patent and el ueers have found by test that a aximiim of loadbeiinne strength is upplied without girders or pillars he huge hall built in Houstons civic enter area is expected to do service at least 10 years Oldtime politl ians call It the most satisfactory con dition hall any party has ever had CATHOLICS PLAN TOURTOSHRINE Members From Three States to Make Pilgrimage to Quebec MINNEAPOLIS Juris athollcs from Minnesota Wisconsin nd Illinois will jtjin early next month n making the fifth annual pilgrimage o the shrine of St Anne de Beaupre ear Quebec Canada The Rev James M Reardon ot the Basilica or St Marys Minneapolis is plrltual director with the Rev homas E Cullen also ot this city as ssoclate P W OGrady Is lay dt ector an5 executive of the Schoo ot Social Studies which Is sponsoring he trip Special services at the Basilica wil start the pilgrims on their way Hie morning of July 2 From here thei will Journey to La Cross and Milwaukee thence to Chi cage and Cleveland Ohio where th Novena special services for the trip will start Besides Cleveland and Chicago stops will be madeat Kails Lake Placid N and Montreal with I six clays at the Shrino of Miracles A side trip up the Saguenny river is planned The Shrine ot Ste Anne do Beaupre is the best known on the North Am erican continent It is a nuaint French village on theSt Lawrence Mrs Wilsons conduct In connection with the demonstrations for religious tolerance and A1 Smith was watched with Interest At first in both In stances sho retained her scat hut In a moment or two she was on her feet clapping with a real enthusiasm Her case demonstrates how completely the field has turned to the New York gov ernor Four years apo naturally her sympathies were with William Oibbs McAdoo her stcnsoninlaw If the convention reached a deci sion to create the office of weak sis Clem Shaver of AVest Virginia John gift to the party as na tional chairman would be an alums unanimous choice Ho has proved pa tlictically Incapable at presiding no so much thru hick of voice as thri lack o judgment and determination To say that lie is not quite as Root as Simeon D Fess of Ohio who serve as temparary cliairmnn of the repul llcun convention Is indeed no conipl ment to him Specific mention of the McNnry Haugen hill hy Chairman Robinson Wednesday failed to create anything like a riot of enthusiasm There was politics In them there Rob inson is the man whose function it is Perhaps the meanest comment Bowers keynote speech Tuesday HR came from a democratic editor wh Inquired Whats Alexander Kami ton running for Ithot he was dead Pressed for a criticism many Inn admitted they felt the New Yorkc bore down too heavily on the republ can misdeeds and not enough on win tho democrats had done or might Turning tho rascals out as a can paign slogan has already proved ft tile it is recalled But in the ma Bowers speech went over1 in fin style Among the former lowans consplc Peal Estate ransf ers Kaps George H and Mrs George I and Lillian Kaps Gunderson to Otto Kaps Q C L 4 MH 10 lighlands Add 62728 Nuttlne Clarence L and Aura B o Minnie Hanson ami Roy Lot f nnd W tn width Lot 8 blk 1 Mumfords Add to M C 6102S Hot air rises Gilders take advatw age of this fact and stay a lung time So to Uavcnpwfc NERVOUS WOMAN FIRQS BELIEF By Taking Lydm E Pink Vegetable Compound I have tniCCeleel about with the peo le of Arabia I have fought hordes of uvks 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