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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1928, Mason City, Iowa DAILY NEWSPAPER HOME AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION i L VOL XXXV UNITED PREKS i AL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY MONDAY JULY 16 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 241 Hooya AFMVES FOR VISIT WITH COOUDGE LARGE NUMBER AT FUNERAL OF JAMES WELL I Newspaper Men From Middle West in Attendance By EXOCH A NOREM rVTTUMWA July city paid Its final eloquent tribute to James F Powell publisher of the Ottumwa f Courier at the funeral services held yesterday afternoon at oclock in tha First Methodist church Xot only Ottunnvans but represen tatives from other cities where the k Lee Syndicate operates and other friends from out of the city largely I newspaper men made up the gather ling that filled the spacious church auditorium for the occasion j The front of the auditorium from f the base of the pulpit nialform to the iorgan was a bank ot floral trib lutes an overwhelming testimonial ot Jthe esteam in which the man was held Outstanding amongthese was a largo piece from the Ottumwa Courier employes it consisted of a scroll of lilies on a background of terns On the was the newspaper professions fjiguificant meaning the cud A beautiful floral piece from the em bioyes of the Mason Oily GlobeGa pette had its place too Service Filled Man The service was one of quiet dig Jhily beauty and simplicity one that iwas entirely fitting the man who in his own unosfentious manner had he nna a commercial and civic leader community IT JThe sliort but effective sermon of JET H fccars Thomson pastor of the st Presbyterian church was more ivorj of comfort to the bereaved Sfniily than an laud the t i is rto need ot our attempt ig to his sterling qualities JJnd to tell of tha respect he wag held by this said the pas T This has been done thru the of tho newspaper and by ihe lips of our Showed His ClUiraclcr The pastor did however relate an jicident which he said had come lo him as among those intimacies of the hume that showed the hon jpsly sincerity courage and pcrscver iince of the man The incident con lenied the effort Qf the publisher to his favorite prayer after he was a very weakened condition The minister drew his word of com TIL to the living from the words of Christ Let not your hearts be trou fled In my fathers house are many He spoke of the wish of Itr Powell that his children take up Bis profession and carry it on from JUie place where he was forced to lay Sown his tools A terrific bereave jient tho it was a heritage that will Be enriched by the eyes of memory lad been left the bereaved it was ftatocl i Takes Tart j The Rev A B Hightshoe 1 re1 ired Methodist minister at Ottumwa ffered the prayer and the benedic Stioii J A nuartot composed of Hoy H RKamble Mrs Bortha Wormhoiidt Blishcr Mrs Adolpli Johnson nnd W lA Rozenboom sang Lead Kindly Light and one other number while I the soprano soloist of the group gave I Crossing the Mrs Donald LXensham was the accompanist Heads of the various departments TlKN TO PAfJK 18 COMTMN 7 Q Russian Left ivialmgren in Ice Grave THREE POWERS ACCEPT KELLOGG PLAN Get Ready to Try FRANCE ITALYMoreRescue AND ADD APPROVAL BirdsEye View of Entire Scene of Italia Disaster and Rescues CAPTZAPPI AND MARIANO OF WALWNG PARTY RESCUED BY THE ICE BREAKER KRASSIN OR MALMGREN THIRD MEMBER OF THE PARTY DIED OF COLO AMD EXPOSURE JUNE is CHUKHNOVSKYOF RESCUE PARTV FORCED DOWN ON CAPE PLATEN HE WAS THE FIRSTTO HMD AND MARIANO CAPT 50RAANDVAN DONGEN MAROOrJEDON I5UMD RESCUED BY SWEDISH AIRMEN THE TENT PARTY RESCUED BY ICE BREAKER KRASSIM ADALBBH3X MARIANO Great Britain Is Receptive OSCOW July Russian aviator Chukhnovsky and his Washington Hears That near Cape Platen on July 12 were taken aboard the Russian icebreaker Krassin at 10 p m SunciayNews of the safety of July the party came by radio from Secretary Kelloinrq rr icretary Kelloggs treaty for the renunciation today bore the approval ot three great European nations To Germanys unqualified accept ance there was added over the week Italy reservations or qualifications Foreign Minister Briand declared simply that France Is entirely disposed to while Premier Mussolini set forth that Italy is disposed to pro ceed to placing its signature upon the covenant GIUSEPFE BLASt Miis picture shows a graphi FELICE TRQIAlMT Wiiy the situation It exists is leaving in the searcli for him in a rce I Roald Amundsen dfs Advent bny for coaling pre The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Canning Fruits Canning Fruits and Vegetables at Home la the name of the Farm ers bulletin which gives In simple form the application ot scientific principles to home canning of fruits and vegetables Methods of canning are based on knowledge of the causes of food spoilage and ways ot preventing It Scientific research Is constantly throwing new light on this sub ject and the methods recommend ed In this bulletin are based on the most reliable Information the de partment of agriculture has been able to obtain Send for your copy today En close i cents In coin or stamps for return postage and handling Frederic 3 Hnslcin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith 4 rents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet CANNING FHUITS AND V E G E T A n L E S AT HOME Street City Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD July Just flew in from Santa Barbara and found a real legitimate use for my polo field We landed on It And speaking of aviation I suro feel bad about this boy Carramia I had flown with him in Mexico City He spoko English and he and I got very chummy down there He was a fine aviator nnj a great young fellow Mexico will feel mighty bad for they were sure proud of him ami they had a right to be Thats one oC the sad things about it There has been ana will be lots of fine pilots lost in developing aviation to such a point that it will be safe for a lot of Cols less useful to the world than these fino young fellows are All America grieves with Mexico for toys like him be long to the world and not to one country Yours WILL 192 Legionnaires Convene in Idleo for Business Meet MURDERED GIRL TO DIE IN CHAIR Ohio Common Pleas Judges Unite in Decision on Death Penalty TOLEDO Ohio July AD Charles J Hoppe 26 must die in the electric chair for the murder of Dorothy Sielagowski 7 his wifes cousin whom he killed after He had kidnaped her from her bed May 20 The dealh penalty was announced today by decision of three common pleas judges who heard the evidence on his sanity after he confessed to the slaying Hoppe also signed an al leged confession that he killed Mlas IJly Dale Croy a Toledo school tenehrr two years ago j Visiting Auxiliary Members Given Ride Round Lake Many Registered CLEAR July the street banners waving a glad welcome to the hundreds ot fourth district legionnaires who arrived in Clear Lake this morning and old m in mercury registered at a comfortable decree the convention scheduled for today gave promise of being one of the biggest and best in years Combining a day of sports and recreation with a business meeting hold at oclock at the Idleo tho outing It is expected will be one longremembered by the visit Jug exservice men Many legionnaires accompanied by their families arrived Sunday and have taken cottages for several days while others whose duties hindered an early appearance arrived at noon today Mrs P r Walker am Mrs Harold Hushaw were In charge oC the regis tration at the Rogers hotel this morn ing A golf tournament plnycrl on the Clear Lake Golf and Country club course attracted a great many to the open It was undi Robert ODeft pro While the legionnaires are looking after the business end of the conven tion hearing reports of the past year election of officers layingplans for the coming year fourth district auxil iary members were entertained with an auto ride round the lake The club rooms were kept open the entire for the convenience ot the visiting women A dinner at thn hotol legionnaire world to be in attendance at the evening banquet will bo Han ford MacNider Franklin DOlier and Trubec Dnvlson Mr MacNldcr will take a part In the program while the latter are guests of Stafford post No Hoppe was to die October Hoover rlirliit become interested in America until he was very few Courier BOBBERS GET FLOYD Safes Are Chiseled Open Unsuccessful Attempt Made at C C CHARLES CITY July made an unsuccessful attempt to enter the safe In the Milwaukee station here last night but succeeded in pounding nnd chiseling open tho safes In Gale Clay general merchandising store and the Glen Kash garage at Floyd for a total of Officers who are Investigating the robberies here are of tho opinion that the local attempt was by different per sons than who committed the Floyd robberies While hammer and chisel were tre election of laying 1Cth the wollc in the coming year fourth district auxil lho was so crudely done as to stamp it the job of neophites while at Floyd there was the clean cut evl denco of experts to tho Ktoro where was IL obtained was gained thru a window was planned for the livening hours wlile at tho garage whore the robbers From p m until the dinner pinkrtl n remaining the door at the Lakrsborc hotel it was expect ed the visitors wouhl entertain them selves with the attractions offered by the resort city such ns swimming boa I Ing fishing and surf board riding An Interesting program lias been ar ranged to follow the banquet made up of local as well ns Mason City talent Musical numbers dances nnd a varied entertainment is In be Later a dancn will he held nt Baysidc Inn will date Thompsons frnsarlers wns Pushed open Frances Drake Turns in Qualifying Score of 92 in State Play Hold Slight Hope for Miss Frances Drake Mason City runnerup In Ihr state solf MRS WALKER GOES BAREFOOTED WHEN AUTOMOBILE SKIDS CLINTON July Jimmy Walker wifo ot New Yorks mayor who Is visiting rela tives on a farm near heic will go back homo an ardent advocate ot good roads for Iowa The farm nt which she Is a guMt is situated on a dirt road miles from paving Tho day wan rainy The first lady of Xew York got scared when her car began to Blip and slilrer thru tho mud Remembering childhood days along these same roads Mrs Walk er removed her shoes and stockings and tramped thru the mud besMe tho slowly moving ear I feel safer under my own pow shn declared Knutson Asks Probe of Tax on Telephone Representative Goes Before Valuation Body With Complaint DBS MOINES July resentative Clarence A Knutson of Cerro Gordo county appeared before the state executive council today to ask the council to make a careful sur vey of tho property of the Western Electric Telephone company before it decides upon the taxation value ot the concern Knutson contended that the City company has been taxed at a rate much lower than earnings nnd actual valuation would warrant Tho council rconcnod valua tion hearings to poimlt live Knutson to npear Radiogram From Expedi tions Chieftain Stirs proposed Professor SnmnilnvitM 4 i orlmo to a in the station of war lloless01 bamoilOVltch today Loud acclamations greeted his appear MOSCOW Julv coupled with cries of ho will StntC rIve US thn St ncnts by companions of Dr Finn Malmgren who survived the crash of lie dirigible Italia that he was left in mentioned any Five Store Ready To add to the gratification Washington officials word was hand that Great Britain stood to approve the treaty and might dis patch a note to that effect some time this week Spain too was said to look favorably upon the American pro rench and Italian notes were made public last night at the state department In expressing Its ap proval France reviewed the provisions of the treaty and took occasion to render homage to the generous spirit in which government of the United States has conceived this new manurestation of human The Kalian was concise con sisting In addition to the usual feli citations of scarcely seventy words It expressed approval of tho inter pretations of the proposed treaty as convoyed by Secretary Kellogg in his recent note and Italys willingness to sign 11 to Be Hcnrrt From Including Great Britain anfl Spain replies from eleven countries had yet to be received A draft of the pro posed treaty and Secretary Kelloggs note ot Interpretation were dispatched on June 23 to 14 nations Including British dominions at the suggestion ot the Iomlon government nnd Bel gium CzechoSlovakla and Poland nt the suggestion of Franco No decision on how tho proposed treaty will tie signed Is bo made until nil havo replied but Secretary Kellogg Is considering a suggestion that the foreign ministers of the con tracting nations gather In Pads anil affix signatures simultaneously Even tually every nation In tho world Is to he Invited to Join in the compact Under the proposnd treaty the sig natory nations would renounce war TtRX TO 18 COLUMN 8 criticism In Russia today A radiogram to Tass soviet news agency from Prof Snmoflovitch head oC the Russian relief expedition aboard tho ice breaker Krassin said he asked the Swedish scientists two companions Captains Mariano am Zappl for details of Malmgrcns death He was told how they dug a grave for Malmgren and started over the Ice to ward safety as be waved them on crv ing Go Go At the price of my llf youll save Noblle Drnws Criticism Too Klrong criticism wag voiced In thi IOWA FORECAST Partly clnudy fo cloudy Monday night and Tuesday Probably lucnt Ihundrr storms in northwestern portion Monday night nml In east and confral porliYms Tuesday Slightly warmer Mondiiy night in northeastern and south central portion Cooler Tuesday in central and exIrpniB portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Monday Highest Sunday SB Decrees Lowest In Night 59 Degrees At 8 A M Degrees For like period ending at 8 oclock a m Sunday Highest Saturday Lowest in Niffht Two days especially 82 Degrees 59 Degrees designed fo corngrowing were dished out to Saturday nnd Sunday Farmers arc saying that corn Is even with or ahead of Us middle of July Small grains have bcncfltled too from the hot rainless days Inst yrar lurnanieiu for women itnrtrrl strong Former Italian Premier CAVOUR Tinly July Former Premier Cilolilti who hns hpon seriously ill for the punt hipt consciousness this morning and little hope was held his life 1 BANDS PLAY AS NOMINEE STEPS FROM HIS TRAIN g t Women in Crowd Cheer for Wife Lenroot Heads Receptionf 1 T ft uio Malmgren alive but also of fieri Urn berto Noblles being rescued first ant tho conduct of the Italia expedition Captains Mariano and Zappl and Dr Afalmgren started from the scons of tho crash of the Italia across the Ice for land on May 30 In their march they suffered untold privation For they drifted on floating ice Zappl was quoted ns saying that sev eral miles southwest of Brok Island Malmgren was unable to march on He told his two companions to go ahead and lake all the provisions Zappls account continued Before leaving Malmgren asked u to dig a grave In the Jce nnd lio lay down Quietly ho stretched out his bidding us adieu and handing up his compass requesting us to give it to his mother Saw Him Raise Head We plodded on slowly In 24 hours we were only 100 meters from Malm gren We Malmgren raise his head Hoping that driven by hunger TURN TO PAGE 18 COLUMN 0 GIRL CONFESSES SHE FIRED SHOT North Dakota Police Clear Up Mystery Surrounding Simpson Slaying BISMARCK July ri 10 ycar oM the county at after police said kllliriB strn Ada graduate was In Farmlngion today she had admitted owner and mechanic were her mother Mrs lam Simpson and an uncle Oscai Greenwnhl who police said confessed they hnd loaded and corked tho sliot the shot her gun will which stepfather Tho girl who was graduated from tno Bismarck his school this spring said she her mother and uncle ha il awny o July Secretary Herbert Hoover arrived lere today at a m on board ipeclnl train from Washington to vloit President Coolidge Sirens were blow ng and bells were ringing Da the train lulled into the station with a largrj rowd awaiting Largo crowds had been waiting nore than an hour tho train bearing the secretary to Superior The lenlial nominee appeared on the ilnlform of his car before the train to a standstill in the station rive us tho St Lawrence Mrs Hoover Joins Husband Mrs Hoover soon Joined her land on the platform arousing new Jvatlon especially from the large con llngent of women in tha crowd The party was first greeted by former Ben Irvine L Lenroot of Wisconsin who Introduced prominent of tho reception committee Everett Sanders secretary to President Cool idge and Col Osmun Lutrobe on hand to convey greetings to the re publican nominee from Mr Cooiidgs Secretary Hoover smiled ana waved at the crowd which pressed all around the car and prevented him and his party Including Representative anrl Mrs Tllson of fttnn alighting on the platform Police Reinforcements AM U t thru the crowd and enabled Secretary Hooveiand hla party to abandon tlia train Two bands struck up at this point competing with the applause ot the crowd In tiiddins Mr Hoover welcome Amid this roar therepubli can nominee was Introduced to more members of the reception committee In tho automobile with Secretary Hoover ns tho procession passed thru tho crowdlined streets were Mrs Hoover rind Colonel Lntrobc nirto to Ihe president Their machine was fol owed by one containing lOverctt Sand ers secretary to tho president and Mrs Sanders Kiide RaroHunilvcT Tho republican presidential nomlnea rode in an open car bareheaded des pite tho unusually warm sun He was ipplaudcd enthusiastically the entire route thru the town and responded by waving IiiH straw hat bowing and smiling lrcciuto Mrs Hoover seemed to np tho reception aUo for sho smilingly acknowledged tha cheers ind greetings of the bystanders Because of tho intensity of the sun and tho dust of tho country roada a closed car awaited tho secretary nt tho edge of the city to complete the re of tho forty mile drive to Cedar Island lodge ITS SILENT AL NOW ALBANY N July Gov Alfred E Smith is keeping plans for the immediate future to himself rhas not disclosed his pro gram for the next few weeks and no far ns known ho does not contemplate leaving Albany for any extended pe riod before ills official notification probably about midAugust A date for his notification ceremony and that of his running mate Senator Kobinson fixed this week after John J Raskob the new chair man of the democratic national com mittee has hnd opportunity to con sult tho wishes of both nominees Raskob after a week end nt hli ilimmcr home in Maryland planned TURN TO PAOK IS fOMJMN R planned for some time to with Simpson lo bring pence intu the County officers would not disclose the nature of the trouble in the Simpson home but said quarrels had heen frequent According to stories of the trio i Orccnwahl and Mrs Simpson loaded shotgun and gavo It to Ilio girl They cocked the weapon because she was unfamiliar with firearms Ada wag then sent outside while Mrs Simpson and Ureonwnhl rained a window They managed to get Simp son unsuspectingly befoio tho open window where he was shot in head the Four small chililron of Mrs Simp son by wero In the homp nt tho limp Tho undo had been living in the Simpson home and worked in Simpsons jar The shontiil brot a rrowrt tn Ibc Simpson hoinu and efCorls lo track Ilia slayer witn bloodhounds were fu tile Orcenwahl was lalrr on suspicion nnd paved Ihr for ho n tho girl and her mother police said the AUNT HET By Robert Quillea I dont approve of ever tliinj these modern girls do but Idrather see cm cut up than to set around all flay the way a woman
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