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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER HOME AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITIOH VOL XXXV DNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 17 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPYASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 242 EXAS DEMOCRATS URGED TO BACK HOOVER OLTERS MAY IND BARS UP PRIMARIES Collins Former State senator Pledges Great Majority SAN vANTONIO July 17 candidates In Texas who refuse to support Gov E Smith of New Yorii the party nominee for president may Kbe barred from a place on the pri mary ballot the fourth court of civil appeals ruled here today VALLAS Texas July A Collins of Dallas former state nator presiding at a rally of antl pith democrats here today urged ery democrat in Texas to vote for Hoover for president and re diate The powers of tfr Collins declared that Any man Vi would strike down the eighteenth Jendment also would strike down lotion three article six of the con ftutlon pertaining to religious free bout 330 persons were present n the rally convened Is Antent Dry lie chairman who is uii ardent dry lcted that Governor Alfred K th of New York the democratic sidentml nominee would carry y a few counties in Iowa He pro ed Herbert Hoover a major in Dallas county dont know if there still is a ku khin organization in said Collins but if they are opposed A1 Smith 1 wish there were of Uiem in the reiterated the fact that organization meeting today was erested only in the forming of a campaign to bring about of the democratic nominee not promoting any candidate state he declared J W Hunt president of Mc college at Abilene pronounced invocation when the convention vened Face National Crisis face a national he said ye pray for deliverance from the nds of the spoilers in this our hour oral Election of offi and outlining of the state wide campaign was scheduled at afternoon session r Collins predicted thafc Governor th would not carry a single county he state except those nominally blican In these few republican ties he believed most of the a were wet and would vote for th National and State jjegion Chiefs at Lake Meeting Scene and Victims of Northwood Bank Holdup ONSUL T HOOVER tl Al Smltlu Democrats was sen as the official name of the or Ization r J I Sandefer president of jmons university Abliene was ed permanent chairman of the ijtlng Alvin Moody Houston was vice chairman with Mrs Jose Collins Dallas secretary he court upheld the action o the neron county district court which used a writ of mandamus compel the democratic county executive immlttee to print the name of State nator Thomas B Love a candidate r the nomination for lieutenant gov nor on tha county ballot Loves me was left oft because he had an unced that would not support ivernor Smith Love had contended t was entitled to a place on the Illot because he had been duly cer led by the state democratic exccu e committee I The GlobeGazette Offers a Canning Booklet Have you obtained your copy of the Canning Booklet direc tions given thruout tha bulletin are concise Wherever possible the scientific reasons behind them are stated so that the home maker will understand why she must follow di rections If she wants to put up oods that will keep Instructions and time tables for andlfng the various fruits and ivegetablcs from appla to straw berries and from asparagus to weet potatoes are Included Send for your copy today En close 4 cents In coin or stamps for return postageand Frederic J Haskln Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy ot the booldet CANNING FRUITS AND AT HOME Name VEGETABLES it Street WILL TRANSMIT NOMINEE VIEWS VIeeting at Council Bluffs Arranged at Suggestion of Mr Hoover YES MTOINES July bert Hoover republican preslden lal nominee and Gov John Hammlll if Iowa will confer at Council Bluffs omorrow morning on matters per aining to the midwest campaign ot he nominee The meeting was arranged at the iuggestlon of Mr Hoover after the Governor had requested an expres sion of sentiment on the agricultural ssue for transmission to the republi can state convention here tomorrow Governor Hammill will inform Mr rloover of the political situation in iowa and after tha conference will board an alrplans for the state con vention Above Is the scene of the hank robbery on Friday July 13 the First National of Xorthwood of which Congressman Gilbert X Hiiugen is president Below are shown the two bookkeepers Miss Marie Skjere laml at the left and Miss Myrtle Ausenhutis at the right and Congress man Hauccns private secretary Miss Eleanor Kustad who is in tho middle These with T O Groe assistant cashier and Arnold Tnllc teller were made to lip face downward on the floor of thfi Imiik wlilln three rohhers carried out in cash and n larce quantity nf bonds 0 K DEMO PLANK DES MOINES July agricultural plank of the democratic national platform wan approved yes terday by the corn belt committee a group at here Kesolutfons adopted by the com mittee condemned President Coolidges veto of the McNaryHaugen bill and the farm plank adopted by the repub licans at Kansas City Organized agriculture speaking thru the corn belt committee hereby expresses its determination to carry on the fight for tha principle of the McNaryHaugen bill which is the only plan that has been suggested to make the protective tariff effective on these agricultural products ot which we produce ft surplus without govern ment subsidy which we have con sistently said the resolu tions The Houston agricultural plank was commended on tha ground that it Includes a deflnits Indorsement of the principles for which organized TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 8 HOOVERS VISIT CHICAGO Hoover Set Continue Eiis Journey inds Visit With President at Brule Smith Silent as to Plans July Herbert Hoover had a few hours nore today with President Coolldgo at he summer white house on the Brule Iver befora resuming his westward ourney tonight to Palo Alto for his ficial notification ceremonies next month While Hoover will continue to hold he titleof commerce secretary until lis successor is appointed it Is known hat ho Is definitely thru with that office and so will be able to devote all of his time hereafter to tho plan ilng of the strategy of his campaign ml to conducting his personal con test for the presidency Varied Subjects Discussed Discussion of this strategy was among tha things that brot Hoover to the northern Wisconsin hills yester day for an overnight visit at the summer white house But the con versations between the president anc the nominee covered a wider range and were believed to have encom passed questions of policy The visit of the republican standard hearer caused renewed Hera Is he first campaign picture of Herhert Hoovcr republican presidential candidate on iiis four of the country including a visit to President and Mrs Coolldeo at Hrule Wis The rnmlidnte is shown on the observation platform of his Irain at Chicago with Mrs Hoover ami vice Tresrdont Clinrlcs G Dawes rlelit Silver Price Drop Forces Mrs Tabor Into Poverty Widow of Once Wealthy Colorado Senator Unable to Prevent Foreclosure of Mine Property T EADVILLE July auctioneers hammer has nenlert the last source of Income from the estate of the late United States Senator H A W Tabor leaving the widow of the pioneer western mine magnate In poverty Execution of a foreclosure order here on the matchless mine climaxed the fight of Mrs Elizabeth Tabor to recoup a part of the huge fortune her husband controlled Sines the slump in sIHer prices shortly before the death of eSnator Tabor 35 years ago his widow has at tempted to curb the outward flow of funds derived fro mthe Tabor chain of mines In her final effort she turned to the matchless property which produced worth of sliver before production costs became prohibitive On five previous occasions Mrs Ta bor succeeded in obtaining funds to satisfy creditors but yesterday was unable to meet the demand for reaJy cash As the sheriff announced the mine he sold to the highest bidder and turned the sale over to the auc tioneer only a few persons assembled There were two bidders Gradually tho price climbed from to 000 from which amount the Shorcgo Mining company obtained the proper ty Mrs Tabor who has lived on the matchless property in a cabin for many years was not at the sale She was understood to have gone to Den ver to attempt to raise money to pre vent foreclosure Frances Drake Comes Near Losing in First Round Match at S C Miss Frances Drake Mason City runnerup in the state golf tourna ment for women In 1327 narrowly es caped being defeated In the tourna ment baing played at Sioux City this week when she downed Mrs Preston Danields Des Moincs 3 and 2 in her Tuesday match The local girl wns one down to her foe on the eleventh tee Miss Elizabeth Curtis Clinton 1027 champion also came near losing Tues day but milled to beat Mrs C Cook Dos Moines 2 and 1 Miss Kate Coggeshall Dos who was low medalist in the qualify ing round continued to sport a go id brand of golf and won her first remind match easily VICTIM OF AUTO CRASH BURIED Glenville Relatives Send a Note Exonerating Driver of Second Car GLENVILLE July neral services for John Buchanan who dlel Friday after belngr struck by a car near his home on the Jeffer son highway were held Sunday at the M E church at Gordonsville the nev O n Koontz of OJenvllls offi ciating Burial was in tha Glenville cemetery Tho driver of the ear which struck him George Long of GJanville felt very badly about the affair but mem bers of the family sent him a mes sage stating that they felt that he was In no wny to blame for the acci dent World Watches Britains Action on Kellogg Plan Four European Powers Have Given Approval to Peace Plan London Answer Due Wednesday WASHINGTON July Secretary Kcllopgs proposed treaty for the renunciation or wnr approved by four oC the H nations which were invited to become original signatories stale department officials today looked to Great Britain for the next Important development Dispatches from London said that a note in reply to Mr Kelloggs com munication of June 23 which was sub mitted with the draft treaty probably would be plven to tho American charge daffaires there tomorrow and quoted Sir Austin Chamberlain the foreign secretary as asserting In the house of commons the London government hart reached n definite stand on the subject Knmor Says Indorsement Previously unofficial information had been received hero to tho effect that Great Britain stood ready to in dorse the American proposal Secretary Ki Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July 16 all know what the airplane has done in war commerce sci ence and business but today wa get a touch of it from the social angle Fred Stone our most re spected and versatile actor arrived from New York City In his own plane to pay myself and family a visit Ha carries a pilot but ho can steer the thing nimself There is nothing that guy cant learn Hoover called on Dawcs yester day Charley told him Hell and Marias I am glad I wont have to listen to that gang another four Today Herbert runs into Calvin Now wouldnt you just like to really know what those two say Fish with goiters get a rest today Yours WILL was highly grati fied at the replies of France nnd Italy and termed their acceptance very sat isfactory He was pleased as well with the approval of tho Irish Free state the latest to be announced Germanys Indorsement was made known last week A note from the Irish Free state signed by its minister for external af fairs Patrick McCJilligan was made public last night McGllligan declared the Free state ready to sign the com pact in conjunction with such other governments as may he so Universal Acceptance Urged Holding that thfl effectiveness of lha treaty depended largely upon Its universal npplicalon the noto ex pressed tho hope that the pact might meet the approbation of the other governments to whom it may he sent and that it may subsequently be accepted by all the other govern ments ot the It is expected that the 10 other nn tions will he heard from within a short whlla and when all have expressed their attitude arrangements for signing tho treaty will be made Lawhorn Case Dismissed by Justice at Klefnme 3 Others to Grand Jury July was taken hcforn tho Justice of thn peace Suckow at Klcmmc being charged with possession ot al cohol His casewas IismuKSCd for lack of evidence Ths cases of Bill SJeismer Ed Xclsmcr anil Nols Paul will hf hrot up before the grand i Jury this V Arbuckle Plans Return to Cabaret Business Buys Place LOS ANGELES July 17 Ptoscoe Fatly ArbuckJe nna time film comedian anrl Inter n director will return In Ihe cabaret business In which ho was occupied In the days before his screen tarccr Arhuckle purchasod tor approximately as to whom the presl dent had underconsideration The was also as rigid a silence an to the successor of Hubert Work who signed Ills place as Interior eecretar Hoover placed him at tho hear of therepublican national committee n immediate charge of the natlonn organization being built up for the impending campaign President Coolirtge planned to carri out ills regular routine today by male ng Ills Romiweekly trip to Superior o attend official business accumulrvt ng over tho xveekenrl nnd to receive isttors at his executive offices He expected to return to tha Brule for tmcheon wilh his guests and aoor iftprwnrds Mr and Mrs Hoover n tended to resume their journey Duliith Plans Welcome They will return to Superior by nil tomohilc and then motor across th Superior river to Duhitli where ai extensive welcome was anticipated After driving thru the prlncipa streets of the city Mr and Mrs Ilonvor will board their special trnln which will leave for St Pniil at R p m A brief stop wilt bo mndo at th TURN TO PAfiK 8 COLUMN 7 tho Plantation cafe near Culver City it was announced today and will operate It as a night club IOWA FORECAST N Thunder shotvers Tuesday night In west portion nnfl probably in south and east portion Wednes day Fair nnd warmer in nnrlhwcst and north centra por tion cooler nishf In smith anrl east portion Wednes day LOCAL STATISTICS OlobeGaxotte figures for 4 hour period ending at S oclwk a m Tuesday lliffhcst Tuesday 87 Lowest In Night fifi At 8 A SI 74 Almost any farmer will tell you that ho cant remember two better weeks growing weather than thoso which have beon dealt out to North Iowa Monday was as good as the best of them with a maximum temperature of S7 degrees and a minimum in the night of only 4 degrees bolow what la regarded as summer OPDYCKE MADE COMMANDER OF THIS DISTRICT Brilliant Array of Talent at Annual Ban quet LAKE July fourth district Legionnaires In a conven ion here yesterday chose their leaders ullined the activities for tho com ig year and closed with a banquet at he Lalta Shoro hotel at which wan ssembled tho most hrlllinnt array of ilent that ever appeared at a district neetlng Franklin DOller finst national com nantler ot the Legion Trubee Daiison sslslant secretary of wnr in charge of ivIaHon and Hanford MacNider sup ilied tho Legionnaires with short ipeecbes thnt sparkled with clover re arlee Other speakers included Vank Miles editor of the Iowa Le Klonaire K J Lnlrfl department ad utant nnd G Decker French depart ment commander Instrumental and vocal music of rare quality together with dancing acts gave tha program a delightful The two distinguished visitors Introduced by Mr MacNider as tha two from the depraved east who were out here to get a message Were Most Important Deferring to Mr DIOller who waa Introduced JtraV Mr MacNidir de tory It no amatl taak to put four or five minion men back Into privats AN life after tho carnage of war but thru the leadership ot Mr DOller an orga nization wos perfected that collected the loose ends and formed a solid foun dation for the future development of the exservice mens organization said Mr MacNider Iowa had candidate at that Minneapolis convention and It was a good thing he was not he ridded DOller and I have hard y npolcen to each other since Lust winter wo went to Enropo together and our association was very painful You see Mr DOlier has to go across every ycnr to pnlnt that sign on tho TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 6 MERCURY RISES EUROPESIZZLES Washington Weather Bureau Chief Scouts Reports of Temperature LONDON July from the heat wave which sprea over Europe have reached a high tola nnd the rush of thousands to tho sea rivers nnd lakes has led to man scores of drownlngs While tile temperature In flouthor England dropped about 10 degrees yes terday dispatches from tho continen report a continuance of the heat an in some places an increase In temper iture Temperatures of from to inn degrees were common In wide areas nnd in some places the thermometer was much higher Dally Mail today said that It was 3M In Warsaw A temperature of lift wns reported from Budapest and of 131 from Lnke 50 miles from Budapcnt the whnle Hungarian plain was Krror Sensed at Washington WASHINGTON Tilly Central Kuropcan temperatures re ported from London today were re jardctl as incredible by weather bu reau officials here They attributed high figures tv errors in converting Ontigrndn to Fahrenheit and that 105 degrees rahreniuit would hs about the limit for central Nn absolute chock could be made bore ns only morning tpniperaturos received from the continent Director Marvin of the huioau said that 111 degrees nentitrrndo would be 44 dcgiPH above the boiling point of witter and even M4 rlogrrps Fahren heit is unknown on the GiLITTI ONCE PREMIER DIES Uremic Poisoning Fatal to Giovanni Gilitti at Age of 85 CAVOUR llnly July Cilovnnnl Oilliltl doughty warrior of Urn old Uncivil ncliool nnrt flva times premier of Italy riled this morning at the aga of 85 He hnrt been Buffering for a long time from urcmio poison ing and took a turn for the worsa last week Gilitti maintained ill his faculties to the end ani told hlj relatives at hlj bedside that happy at tha thot of again meeting his wife who died some years ngo Sunday night when it was seen thnt his condition was hopeless he was given extreme unction and Pope Phis sent him tha npostollo benediction Tho former premier himself realized that ha couM not live nnr complica tions arose which cansnrl the paralysis of one Irg AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I wish Pa would come home I want to toll him about forgcttin fix that garden fence while Im mad about Amy borrnwin my card tables   

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