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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 18, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                V Ao ft DAILY NEWSPAPER FORTHC HOME AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION I VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SBRVICE MASON CITY IOWA WFTVNTFCm A V TTTT V 1 O mi y 1UWA WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1928 PRESS LEASED WIRE NQ HAMMILL PUTS UNRESERVED 0 K ON HOOVER exican Situation Tense FollowingObregonAssassination MLUS TO STAY PROPOSED Posing as Artist J1 Sends Six Bullets Into Chief MEXICO CITY July Rios Zertuche who was ffnaineti chief of police hy President CallcH immediately after the as of General Alvaro Obregoti said today that Juan 1iJEscapulario the assassin waa commencing to Scnor ijZeiiuche expects Further nrrcsfs find believes he will learn who nere lie inasier minds of the VICTIM OF ASSASSIN CITY July i Assassination oC PresldentElec Obregon caused stringent niea today tc curb disorder was in force Police am patrolled the streets of the Bital and the rounds of the sur Kimling countryside The army was jppared for an emergency all troops Bjnsj ordc I j banneks and held in in case of disorder inhere were innumerable rumors in 1 capital of uprisings and other kill but all pr vnd untrue Intense itemcnt prevailed everywhere but or the newspapers or Ihe govern had any information of trouble inff out anywhere in the repub The war department today issued communique saying that jprfy would guarantee the public Heavy Gunrrt for Cnlles tresidjnt Cailcs yvas surrounded by nose known to be opposed fegon fled from Mexico City be UB fury oC his friends and sup which were kept in bounds police precautions The head ers of Ziius Morones secretary of and Obregons greatest political onent were surrounded by a guard instance oC President Calles that there be some Impts at violence f eneral Obregons body rested today litate in the great salon of the na palace he had expected liccupy for a second time in Dccem It was surrounded by a guard of ir composed of members of the Jnet and the highest officers of the and navy Slain at Banquet 3 onearmed warriorpresldent IFt was slain yesterday afternoon at in his honor by a man who ftroached him under the guise lowing Obregon some carloona lie HUNT NO FARM RELIEF AL TAMMANY STAND ct i First tliey ivantto preVeiit disorders groTving out bf thoassassination 61 PresidentElect Alvnro Obregon at a banquet last niglit and second tliey desire to Itnow whether Hie shootinR ivas the result of a political plot or merely tlie ivork of a religious fanntic Ttie uorld Iins Ifccci stirred by Hie news of OhreKons traRlc death Northwood Woman Asked by Hoover to Write Him About His Iowa Mother Mrs Butler and Hulda Mint horn Grew Up Together in Cedar County N ear West Branch N ORTHWOOD July IS Please write again and toll me all yon can re letter received here by Mrs drawn of the dinner Ho fired bullets Into tho general from a Jn concealed among the sketches assassin was mobbed by mad juried friends of the slain general Ho jjis rescued hy police and rushed to II There ho confessed the crime ho his motive was not maclo known nresident Calles made a futile nt to learn tho motive of the crime the assassin to Talk It Is tho slayer said for i to attempt to force me to tell any TO TAGE 8 COLUMN S fine GlobeGazette ffers a Booklet on Canning A copy of the canning booklet Is for every woman who will take the trouble to write and ask it This department ot agriculture booklet explains the modern im I proved method of putting up fruit jiand vegetables so that they will I keep perfectly During the canning season no Ixltchen should be without this jxuthorltative help to housewives Send for a copy today Enclose i cants in coin or stamps for return postage and handling Write your ama and address clearly on the Bines of tho coupon I Frederic J Hasldn Director Tlie Mason City GlobeGazelle Information Itureau D C I enclose IicrewJtlt 4 cents la In or stamps for a copy tlie hoottlet C A N N I N J CTfJUITS AND VEGETABLES HOME Nome City ISIaie member about is the request in I S Butler from Herbert Hoover Mrs Butler widow of S Butler and mother oC a prominent Chicago moer o a promnent cago attorney Hush C Butler living hero in her modest little home in sciniin vnhdism followed closely the crucial hours of the Kansas City national re publican convention by means ot her radio When she heard the expected result of the balloting for president she was so rejoiced at the news that she at once wrote Mr Hoover a letter of congivilulation In her letter she told Mr Hoover of her close association and friendship with his mother Miss Hulda Minthorn when they were schoolmates for two years in Cedar county He immediately replied expressing the hope that she he able to toll the whom dcuh from llim hen he An Interview with the sweet aged mother who is herself proud of two successful sons brot out the story of the close friendship between her and the girl who became the mothcr of Mr Hoover She Wrofe to Hoover When I knew he was nominated Cor said Mrs Butler I felt that of I must write to him a line Boy Takes Over Control of C N W Locomotive Wanted to Get to Iowa CHICAGO July un armed 10 year old boy last night took the controls of a Chicago Korth wcstorn westbound passenger train by threatening the en and pro ceeded past two regular stops before causo of his act Ho wanted to sot to Clinton he snid congratulation especially because he was stopped and arrested In a sul express the wish that wcllodup f youth dr heart that it might be possible for his int were mother lo know the honor that had come to her Back in the early sixties Julia Ann Pickering who became Mrs Putler Hulda Minthorn were students to gether In a select school in Cedar county a mile and a half east of West Branch Tho their families lived less than 10 miles Pickerings near West Branch and the MInthorns at girls had not known each other until they met at school for the families belonged to the Society of Friends In their re spective neighborhoods and there was little time for visiting outside their immediate circles fjuatcer Methods Used The opportunity to know each other camo when both enrolled In the select school taught in a bulldinjy on the property of the teachers Joel Bean ind his wife Hannah These had ieen Quaker missionaries in the Hawwalian Islands and had come to county from Philadelphia The school was conducted In tho devout Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July 17 poor explorer Xobile the way they are talking about him Its hard to tell whether he was saved or lost This thing of being a hero About the main thing to It is to know when to die Prolonged lifo has ruined more men than it ever made Well we cant tell much about til tho hoys aro both noti fied I rlont believe there will ho mucht doubt however but what they will take It We soon be seeing whether preachers have influence or just en elu rn Yours WILL JD28 Convention Fight Centers About Character of Farm Resolutions BULLETIN DBS MOINES July AP John Hammill returned to Des Moines short ly before noon today by air plane from Omaha after con ferring on the agricultural problem with Herbert Hoover as the republican presidential nominee sped by train across western Iowa en route to the far west The governor is to present Mr Hoovers views to the state republican conven tion this afternoon niiS MOINES July republicans meetin Iowa vention here today were faced he task of drafting a campaign plat form harmonizing the principles con tained in the national party platform with ideas of the states own party followers Interest In the convention centered in a rumored proposal of one faction to incorporate in the platform a plant British O K Kellogg Plan to End War Note of Acceptance Turned Over to Envoy Poland Joins List Too July Au sten Chamberlain announced in the house of commons today that British acceptance of the Kellogg proposals for tho outlawry of war has been de livered to the American charge daffaires Replying to a question the foreign secretary said I handed this morning to the Unltet Stales charge daffaires the reply of tho governments of Great Britain the Commonxvoalth of Australia New Zealand and the Union of South Africa and the erply ot government of Indln accepting the proposals oC the Unitec States government for a multllatera treaty for the renuncialion of war As regards the signature of thi treaty his majestys government wll be happy to sign it at such time an place as may be agreeable to th United States The announcement was greetcc with cheers Fnlisli Acceptance In WARSAW July not accepting the text of the Kellogg treaty for the outlawry ot war ha been delivered by tho Polish govern mcnt to John B stetson American minister to Poland Plane After Plunge Into Lake a bill In congress of tho general tenor of tho vetoed McNaryHaugen bill with the equalization fee feature re maining Intact The principal fight for such a pro losal was before the district caucuses icld prior to the opening of the con vention Hero Its proponents sought 0 elect favorable representatives on the resolutions committee which aro selected by the district groups one rom each district The fight lestincd for ultimate settlement on he floor of the convention Speech Is Regular William A Hunt Ottumwa attorney vas inducted into tho chair ns tem porary chairman and delivered the keynote address Tho address had ieen heralded as a regular republi an address and tho vehicle for har mony Out of tho state convention a now tale central committee was created hru action taken hy the district can uses Each district selected two committeeman and com nllleewomnn Later the eommlttoc ins to name Its own officers includ TO s COMMN 2 of army plane in which Charles K Hradshaw 2f reserve ring officer met death in a nose dive inlo St lair near flying Ietroit Mich Tholo shows the plane heiiiE recnverod from tile waters of the lalie Hradshaw was pnicticinp powtr dives over the water when the accident occurred BOYS CONFESS IOWA SLAYING WeS IOWA FORECAST Wcdiiesdny and Thursday Froliahly showers and iliundcr storms Wednesday anil Thursday Cooler Wednesday niRht in extreme easlcrn and south central portions LOCAL STATISTICS lutions committee at the fourth dis trict caucus held before the opening of the state republican here today defeating William Becker of Clayton county by to 64 Attho JJioro was no open discussion ft was evident that the opposition to Mr Clough came from tlie counties in which the farm vote was dominant Tho eboosfng of the resolutions committee member supplied the only contest in tho caucus which was held the green room of the Hotel Fort Des Moines The choosing of thn other mmbprs as well ns tho re nomination of T A Potter of Mnson City as district committeeman and Mrs Anna Stillivell of Waukon ns commftteewoman whs without opposi tion The vote hy counties on the reso lutions committee selection ns fol lice Youths Tell About Shooting and Escape DAVENPORT July George Davis and Robert White 16 ear old Davenport boys have con essod to the shooting of Policeman GoerU who died early Mon lay morning according to police to lay Gcertz had surprised the pair vhlle lliey were ransacking a safe In L local coal office The pair was FRANCES DRAKE BEATS ANOTHER CALLS HIS FARM RELIEF SCHEME BEST ADVANCED Converses With on Train and Flies Back BULLETIN DBS MOINES July is entitled to receive prices that will pay production costs and a coop erative return of five per cent ipon its capital investment J S Senator Smith W Brook hart told the republican state onvention today ABOARD HOOVER TRAIN OMAHA July pro motion that Herbert Hoover will offer plan of farm relict more practical nd Intelligent than any heretofore ad vanced was made today by Gov John Hammlll Iowa after a conference with the republican presidential candi datn aboard the special train This is the message which the gov ernnr said he would Inkn to the repub lican state convention at PCS Moines o whirh city he is to go by airplane from Council Bluffs to address the state political gathering Calls Him Real Aftor an hours conference with Hoover during a ride between Missouri Valley and Council Bluffs Governor Hammlll declared Hint the farmer has in Hoover a real When his final explanation ot his platform is made it will challenge the admira tion of all those interested in agriciil ttirn and the nation ns Mr Ham mill said Asked upon what he based this conclusion the governor said he believed theG O P standard was baspeelHo Resolutions Group Place Wins Close Battle With Wil liam Becker Potter Is Renommated DER MOIXES July F Clough of Mason City won out in a close battle for member of the reso1 J h prllr wns In Kocl Is siODX CITV Tulv lutions committee at the fourth dis oml lato SCKterday and after several i Tournament Miss Frances Mason fity rtintinupd her ninrrh towards flio Klalfi rlmmimiiislifii dy heating Miss Itohinsnu DCS Monies rluimpinn in her second round miilcli It ivns a closelycontested match Ihruoul the Mason Cilyan wiiniiiiL on the final hole Mitchell 1C 11 dough Winne lows Floyd J3 Becker Howard shlek 15 Becker Worth S Clough and 5 Berker Allamakee 14 dough Cerro Gordo 20 Clotifrh 12 Becker Clayton IS Docker anil Fayelte 1C Clough and 7 Declcer The other committee members nre Credentials Stanley Smith Mitchell county rules Fred TJobinson Fayeilc county permanent oreanlzntlon John Shales Fayetto and presidential elec tor IS J I Took Derorah Mr Rerker who was defeated for the resolution GloheGnzette weather figures for j committee was previously nominated 1 hour period enilins at 8 oclock I for tilt credentials committee hut withdrew Mrs Blanche Dunkleburg of Rock ford retiringconimftteoivoman gave a short talk in which she thanked the district for its cooperation The meeting was calleci to order br m Wednesday Uiffliest Tuesday Lowest in Night At 8 A M Rainfall by this Davenport signed confessions late hours of police mado last night Both are fugitives from he Town institution for feeble minded children nt White admitted firing the tivo shots which mortally wounded the patrol man Both deny that Ilavis had part in the shooting Dnvis confessed that White was at the safe when be heard someone at Ihe door Tho minute tho door opened White started confessed The confession tells of Whites rscapo lo Hock Island In a Ixvit stolen from the river bank near the scene of the shootinpr and of Davis making his escape on a Burlington train shortly afterward Tlie hoys face charges of first de gree murder punishable by deatii or long imprisonment but it was con sidered likely hy authorities tha they will bo committed to an Institution for criminal insane if convicted 83 fi7 Degrees 74 Decrees of an Inrli The weather man obviously is in fnt on making this year a banner one or corn While the rain of Tuesday afternoon was not needed at all hy small grain it unquestionably will contribute tn the speed with which tall corn will become taller Wednes day opened cloudy with the or moreprecipitation bc frro C mmitteeman Potter following which Hill of Nora Springs was chostn chairman and Senator G S Hartman of Fayette county secre tary Hayfield Family Moves to Home in Mason City HAYFIELD July R has been manager of one ot the departments of the new KenreKnebuck atoro at Mason City since its opening a few weeks ago has decided to remove his family there and they left Monday for thetr new home Mr and Mrs Lackoro have both made this locality their home practically all their lives and have taken an active part ID all community affairs BELGIUM 0 TEXTOFTREATY Is Fifth of 14 Nations to Approve Agreement for Renouncing War round of match play Jti the Iowa State womens championship Kiir tournament hero today saw fnv mites come thru ns victors Miss rciizahnlh Curtis iC Clinton defending champion a new wom cns record for the Iricliy hill layout with a rcmnrkahlo liirrlal scute ot IS Wills 7 mill i Five up on Innopponent Mrs T R riiehards nt Sioux at end of the first nine Miss Curtis won 7 and H Her card for tlie first nine Miss Kate CoRKCshall Drs Moinrs medalist continued her liranrT of and elimi nated Mrs K C Don of Itonk island a throat i anil 1 The blnnd DPS Molncs Kirl was up at the fnd of tho nltio holes hut shr had to buttle the remainder of the trip Sioux City Knlry Loses Sioux Cltys solo remaining or Mrs Hoy MtKoe defeated Mrs P A irnscnhriiiKh of Fort itoilKe 5 and t in a second round mulch Mrs V K Hyers of Cedar Rapids and Mrs J rnrsol of Marsha It town on ovrn termn for tho first nine Mrs finally winning 1 up A Des Moines woman Mrs J A Koniuml eliminated Mrs W Pcarco of Webster City and t he said Mr goingto ranlre farm relict tha first principle of his administration Me regards ft both ns a moral and positive obligation of the party and of him self Ho recognizes that there Is a problem and that it Is an obligation upon the whole Kiinncrs fo Hack Hoover Tho farmers are going to faith in Hoover and In his program In my Judgment ho Is going to offer a plan more sound and Intelligent than any offered to tho American Ciovcrnor Ilaininill said he would deliver this message to thn convention n much inoro elaborated form ex ilalning that lie would outline the do finite tilings which Hoover would pre sent In hia acceptance speech at Palo Alto on Aug II The governor conceiled that inunlisallon fen had been definitely thrown Into tho discard Predicts Mnjnrlly Finally the governor predicted hat luwa would go for Hoover by a major ty of nt least his con wllh the candidate Governor Hiimmil Ismieil this statement on tha iction of the corn belt committee re cently in rojinnendlngthe democratic agricultural plnnk and condemning tha republican farm ptanlt Tho corn bolt committee which met in Des Moinos composed largely of democratic leaders passed a series of resolutions from which it appears they believe tho democratic party Gover nor Smith and Mr Raskob chairman of ho democratic national committee hnvo promised them the equalization fee legislation it Is important to tho people at Town to know whether the corn belt committee has any assurance from Governor Smith or Mr rtaskob upon TO 8 5 TYPHOON KILLS 50 PASSENGERS WASHINGTON Titiy j Steamers Founder in Belgium the fifth of the 14 nations I ljltdmers rounder m invited by the United States to par ticipate in the conclusion of a multila teral treaty for the renunciation of war has informed Cccretary Kellogsr that the treaty text as submitted meets Its Full Tho Belgian government said it had examined With lively sympathy the invitation of June t In which that country was asked to participate as an original signatory to the antiwar draft Belgium Is deeply attached to peace said the communication dated luly 17 anil made public by thn slate department today Shn always worked icllvcjy for realization of movements tendingto consolidate peace She Is therefore hrippy lo pay her trllmtc to the id oil inspiring the draft treatyj Off Coast of French IndoChina HANOI French Indo China July least riO persons are known to have perishes in a typhoon which swept the coast of French lmo China last night Thirty persoun were drowned when the French steamer Cap lay foundered after a boiler explosion at the mouth of the Songtambne river passengers were res ship was danhed on More than cued hofnre the the rocks Twenty Annamltn natives were drowned whort a sank iu the Haiphong river of junks and sampans were sunk Hanoi and Hnphong anil material damage was done in the ncishborliood jjon w AUNT HET By JRobert Guillen Im too tired for prayer meetin hut Jane was here all afternoon talkin scandal an T feel like tfgot to go to mcetin or take a hath or   

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