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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER fOftTHf AND MASON CITY FINAL EXTRA VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 21 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 246 PILOT SERIOUSLY HURT IN FALL AT NASHUA Secretary of Interior Position GiVen to Chicagoan OUPERIOR July President Coolldge has selected Roy West Chicago republican nation jal committeeman from Illinois tobe the new secretary of tho interior The Weslgnation from the cabinet of Hu pert Work chairman ofthe republi national committee became effec tive upon designatien ot his successor Mr West has long been a personal friend of Mr Coolidge in whose cam 1 paign four years ago he figured prom Iinently by being secretary of the re publican national committee While Secretary West will probably continue in his capacity as national Committeeman from Illinois It was thot likely here that he would resign Itrom the other two offices he holds Xvithin hisi partyf those ot member of he executive committee and vice hairman of the fine committee of the committee Secretary West Is 60 years old and native and resident of Illinois His iperience in politics both national d local has been very extended having held in addition to other of fices tlie chairmanship of the 1111 ois republican state central comniit eo for five times He was first eleo the republican national com 1912 for four years and electionIn 1924 becameItB rfetary By profession Jv v Japan O Pact to End All Warfare All but Czech oSlovakia Have Signed Kelloggs Note of June 23 IS FLAYSUWYERS S Divorce Attorneys Are Made Butt of Criticism I PARIS July names i tf three prominent American attor jWS today were brot into the court frial of seven French office lawyers ho prepared American divorce cases 1th alleged fraudulent documents merican divorce lawyers in genera blamed by the court for their mduct Presiding Judge Wattine mentioned name Dudley Field Malone Charles Finding of the battered body ot Captain Alfred Lowensteln Bel gianfinancier off Cape France by a fishing smack has cleared some of the mystery surrounding liis death after he s fell from his plane while crossing the English channel A kidnap ing theory had been advanced Map shows where Lowensteins body was picked lip FREIGHT KILLS AGED FARMER OF SCARVILLE Accident Is Fatal to Ole Martinson Saturday Morning CAHVILLE July Martin son about SO years of age was In tantly killed by a Chicago and North Vestern freight train southeast oE ere early Saturday morning Air Martinson who lived on a farm oulheast ot Bcarvnie was driving a icrd of cattle across the track when ie was struck by the train The en ine and cars passed over his legs riangllng them so that he died almost nstantly CURTAIN Frances Drake Two Up in State Golf Final atEnd of Nine ROY WEST IS IFRFIRHT KIHS BOY GAINS DELECTED TO SUCCEED WORK W4SHINGtON July last of he II world powers invited by Secre tary KelioRjr to join in concluding a treaty renouncing war lias re plied sayifcjr it is ready o slRti file multilateral as revised Foreign Benes in a note made public today by the stato department thanked the United States for the invitation and for this countrys generous efforts toward consoldating and main taining world WASHINGTON July Japan has informed the Washington government of Ijer complete accept Secretary Kelloggs propose treaty for the renunciation of wai leaving only Czechoslovakia still t indicate her position The Japanese reply to Mr Kellogg note of June 23 which accompanie Loeb the attorney for Bainbrldgetlle vised draft pi the projected cov olby whose divorce was refused and enjamln H Conner president of the imerican Chamber of Commerce of tirls The Judge said of American divorce lawyers in reviewing the scandal Their role has been reprehensible knowingly imposed upon French q IOWA FORECAST Generally fair Saturday night and Sunday preceded toy showers or thunderstorms extreme eabt portion Saturday night and prob ably Sunday morning aliowers Saturday afternoon or Saturday night central and southwest por tion Blifflitlr cooler Saturday night northwest and norlh portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock a m Saturday Highest FViday 84 Degrees j Lowest In Night 63 Degrees At 8 A M 71 Degrees Rainfall 08 of an Inch k Almost anybody connected with the of crops would be perfectly to have the spigot turned off The weeks total of rain has iJgftne past 3 inches and theres no ap parent good to be had from further H precipitation for the time being Sat urdays early morning rain turned to about 7 oclock but along about he middle of the forenoon there were for a clearing of the skies ONCE IDOL OF ENGLAND WAS 80 YEARS OLD Stage Appearance Was for Cause of Charity in23 July 21 Ellen Terry British actress beloved by playgoer the world over died this morning 1 the little oaken framehouso tucke away in the vales of Kent where sh had quietly spent the last years o her life Death came at a after a uncomfortable night during whicl she sank slowly to the end Whei dawn appeared the doctor announce tha patient WHS considerably weaker She passed away peacefully Bur rounded by her and grand children Peacefully surrounded b relatives her death marked the fine period of her hopeless struggl against a combination heart attac and cerebral hemmorhage which she had been sinking since Tuesday froi slowl nant was received last nighfand mad publf at once Meanwhile infoVma Ion was at hand which led state de nartment officials to expect a favoi ible pronouncement from CzechoSli at any moment On behalf of the Tokyo governmen Baton Tanaka the Japanese minlste for foreign affairs said that his coun ry was Proud to be among the first o beassociated with tha movement symbolized by the treaty and ex pressed the hope that This simple and magnanimous pact might meet with the indorsement the entire world No reservations qualified Japans acceptance The Japanese understand ing of the covenant was set forth as substantially the same as that enter talned by the government of the United When the CzechoSIovakian accept ance has found Its place In the slate department files Secretary Kellogg will be n a position to determine the time place and circumstances of the actual signing of the treaty This may be done In informal conversations with the 14 nationsinvolved but Mr Kellosg declines to make any specific statement of his plans Malces Rapid Aerial Trip DES MOINES July Henry Boite president of tha newly organized Bolte Aircraft company and his production manager and pilot Dr Karl Glauner made what local avi ators considered a remarkably fast flight from here to Madison They covered the 300 miles In twoand ahalf hours BABE MAKES IT 39 NEW July Babe Kutlta tlilrtyninth home run of the season gave Hie Yankees a bare lead of 1 to I over Ed Walah and he White Sox In the sev enth inning hern oday as the son of the master spithnller made his New York debut It was only the second Yankee lilt up to that point Local Player Turns in 42 and Rival 43 ong Straight Drives Give Miss Drake Advantage in Early Holes said George Porter eightyearold son of a captain of the Revere fire department for the first time in his life following ah airplane ride The youth dumb since birth has gained his speech after tho pilot dove the plane feet to the ground He is shown with his father Captain JeorRe Porter Sr CITT July Cham pionship of Iowa wpmen golfers was the prize at stako this afternoon hen Miss Elizabeth Curtis of Clinton and Miss Frances Drake of Mason City teed offin the final 18hole match of the state tournament on the inks of the Kloux City country club Hole one CIO yards Miss Curtis shot landed on the green 20 feet HOLE BY HOLE A hole by hole account of the entire 18 holes of Drake Curtis game will be found on the bulletin board in front of the GlobeGazette office MEXICAN POLICE Gives America Love A few days ago with the end proaching she gave the Associate Press this message for America Givemy love to America and te my dear friends there that I an thinking of them as I rest here 1 my quiet English countryside Whe one is SO one hag dreams of da gone by and often in my dreams live again the many happy timea spent in America My heart is wni wjth the memories of icross the The whole wide world which lov such consummate art as that wi which Terry charmed an trtrilled Covers of the drama for more than half a century was plunged into nournlng by the news that the final curtain had t n rung down on her great career 80 Last February There had been fears for some time that she whose life was the stage would not much longer survive the definite withdrawal from it which her age compelled She celebrated her eightieth birthday last February Shewas prevented by illness at that time from replying as she had planned to the message broadcast in her honor over the radio by Sir Johnston ForbesRobertson She recovered from this illness nuite quickly however and except for feebleness and Infirmities Incident to age and some degree of recession in mental activities she had appeared as well as could be expected until her seizure on July 27 To tha ast Dame AHsn had fol lowed the nffalrs of the stage with the greatest Interest She had ployed her last Shakespearean pnrt TIJRN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 4 Hope to Send Slayer of Obregon Against Firing Squad MEXICO CIT5T July Ice today were tightening the net of evidence against Jose De Leon Torel loping to send him before a firing week for the assassination of PresidentElect Alvaro Obreon It was expected that a public civil trial of the slayer would be started soon after the expiration on Monday of a writ of Amparo or injunction restraining police and military au horlttes from taking any action igainst the slayer Investigation Into the various phases of the killing went forward as additional arrests were made Hunt Will Continue The Investigation will continue upon the same line that has marked it Is the responsibility of the Catholic said General Antonio Rios Kcrtuche chief ot polite The newspaper El Sol asserts that terror prevails in Latliollc circles This Is said to be particularly true in Guadalupe where the shrine of Our Lady of Mexicos pa Iron saint is situated Catholic priests of the shrine who since the religious laws became effective have performer no but dressed as laymen have continued to live In the vicinity are said to have sone into hiding Question Many Some the Knights ot Columbus a number of priests and the sacrJslans of the shrine are known to have been questioned by police No HOOVER BEGINS Nominee Seeks to Learn of Political Situation on Pacific Coast STANTOKD UNZ VURSlTr uly his origi nal plans Cor a quiet week end at his iome here Herbert Hoover today be i a scries of political conferences vhich will be continued Intermittently until bis notification Aug 11 Governor C C Young of Califor nia was the first of those from vvlum he republican presidential nominee sought information as to the polltlcil situation on the Pacific coast the early days of next week Mr Hoover will confer with Senator Hiram Johnson and leaders from other Pacific coast states Mr Hoover will spend Sunday quietly at home but will attend Lhurch services probably In the beau tiful chapel at Slanford university which stands In the center of n group of school buildings tforri the cup Miss Drakes drive was to the right of the green and her approach 12 feet short of the cup Miss Curtis took three putts and they halved the hole In fours Hola two I lid ysrds Miss Curtis drive was In the rough to the right of the green Hiss Drukee landed on tie green The champions pitch was against the edge of a band and she putted past the hole Miss Drake played safe taking a par 3 and Miss Curtis tool a 4 Miss Drake 1 up Champion Misses Putt fairway Miss Curtis dubbed drive rolled 160 yards were on thy green and wide ofxthe cup In two Miss Drakes putt stopped IS Inches Crom the hole Jliss Curtis was 4 Tret iway She missed her putt for n par 4 and Miss Drake became 2 up Hole 4 yards Mfss Drake out liove tho champion by 50 yards Mtss Curtis was In the rough Miss Curtis mashie shot was In the rough above the rcen Miss Drakes beautiful pitch shot to the green was 10 frct from tho cup Miss Curtis missed a 12 toot pnlt nnd MIsjs Drake was down for a par 4 and ptnod S up 200 Yard Drive Hole B 413 Both drove 200 yards down the fairway Miss Drnkrs brassle left her SO yards short of the green Miss Curtis also was shoiL Miss Drake dubbed two approaches and took five to pet on tho KlMn Dame Ellen Terry Rritish ross internationally known lie tausd of her histrionic nblliiy died Saturday morning She was tics cribed Sarah nernhnrilt as The greatest actress in tho MEARSCOLLYER APPROACH GOAL Skip Seattle in Effort Shatter Record for ENGINE BALKS LUNG PIERCED BY WRECKAGE Sister and Niece in Lucky Escape From Accident NASHUA July Lorenzen 2S year old commercial aviator from Marshalllown is In tha hospital nt Waverly in serious condition as tho result of an nlrplnne accident on the ODotmell farm three miles southwest of Nashua Which occurred at 5 oclock Friday afternoon Mrs Hudolph Krans Bister of flyer and her daughter Catherine who were being taken to Grand Mea dow had been released from the plane a few minutes previous to the crash while Lorenzen conducted a trial flight to determine what was wrong with his carburetor The motor slopped ot a sudden low altitude and the piano descended almost vertically to the earth smash Ing the machine to bits A wooden brace In the cockpit pierced the pilots left lung and one or more ribs were broken Rushed to Nashua first ala treat ment was given by a local doctor Lor enzen was bleeding from the punc tured lung find from the mouth and was in a semiconscious condition At 8 oclock he was removed hy ambu lance to tho Waverly hospital The sister and niece who had so narrowly escaped death remained all night at the Krnest Wagner which the landing had been marto when Lorenzen sought to make repairs on his carburetor and were to proceed by bus to their destination HAS1 CHANCE TO RECOVER tn SPOKANE July for New Vorlf ter minus of nn attempted record rpnml fJie world vorafie John Henry Mears and H Collyer untied at he Spokane airport at this morning and nftcr refueling ook off for Hie const Tlic flyers who arrived nt Vic Inrin n last nlcht Japan on tha Him Empress if Russia expressed confidence that they would reach New York hy omovrnw nnon breaking four lays ho previous record for a trip around Ihe ivorld Tluy riiHJared hey were feel ing Betwcerk times the nominee will down Ihe middle of the fairway work on his acceptance address Curtis bad a bad lie and her sec most all of which already Is in tarnml shot traveled only 20 yards Miss first draft stage Drakes second was a beautiful mashle rhot to Ihe Krcon Miss Curtis WHS on in 3 Miss Drake took putts Cor a par 4 Miss Curtis took a 5 Drako 3 up Miss Dralfp Tnlies Sivinlh Hole 7 275 Drakes drive was li yards short ot Miss Cur VICTORIA B July John Henry Moars and D B Collyer bopped off rcm the Victoria airport Tor Seattle at a m today enter Miss Curtis wan on with her 1115 the home Blrntch of their dash Miss Drnke conceded thehole And stood 2 up Hole No fi 383 Curlls drove 200 yards just hito the rough Miss Drakes drive was ID yards fur enzen In an failplane crssh at Nashua late yesterday afternoon were of a serious nature but they expressed the belief that he had more than an even chance to recover The youngpilot full con sciousness thjs morning nnd talked briefly of the accident His trouble was attributed to the low altitude at which he flylnsv I didnt have n clinnce to BtralgJit en her out after the motor he toM a doctor Ijoronzen Is without a family TO VISIT BIRTHPLACE Mexican Heros Body Arrives at Navajoa LAREDO Texas July The body of Captain Amllio Cairanza Mexican airman was given into the keeping of his own people at this mprnng on the International bridge here The black draped train reached Navajoa at a m mountain time If Indicated Interment would take place tomorrow at HiiaM bampo birthplace of Genera Obregon report of their examination has betn made public Persons expressing any sentiment against Obregon are being watched closely A voman believed to be a housemaid was overheard by a police man to say Thank God Obregon Is dead and was promptly arrested Newspapers assert that all infor mation points to Torel being a religi ous fanatic In certain quarters It is that that this fanaticism might have been played upon hy political enemies ot General Obregon with ths Idea of making it apear that the slaying had a religious motivation Fifteen hundred members of the agrarian party which supported Gen eral Obregon In his campaign marched thru thft streets of the cap ital that Lius Morones secretory of labor and other labor leaders resign from office They as serted that the propaganda of the labor against Obregon had pre pared an atmosphere favorable for the crime CHICAGO July Hoover will open his western cam paign at a native son celebration at his birthplace West Branch Aug 21 his campaign manager had decided James W Good Hoovers western manager made the announcement after a conference here with a com mittee from West Branch which In vitcd the presidential candidate to speak at a rally the evening of Aug 21 The naflve son celebration he followed by a two day mldwestern roundup at Cedar Rapids The committee which with Mr Good Included Mayor N P Olson John Thompson T A Moore F Pearson and W B Anderson of West around the world from New York to New 1ork After a brief stop Seattle the air tourists planned lo hop off on a nonslop flight to New York where they Imped to terminate the dash it noon timorrow Hy doing this mon would havo circumnavigated Ihe globe in less than 2i days thus shearing about j Tour days from tho present record Misultnade by Linton Wells and Kdward Evans in 1D2G and Collyer arrived here last night from Japan on the liner Em tis 200 yard tee shot Miss Drakes hrassle was above the green and In the rouRh Miss Curtis was B feet short with her second a half topped iron shot Miss Drake pitched to within 10 feet of the hole but Miss Curtis dubbed her approach and her fourth left her R feet from the cup Miss Drakes putt halt stymied Miss Curtis and forced her In take a six while the Mason City girl was down In Miss Drake 4 up t Hole 8 500 drove about 200 yards into the Paving Is BRISTOW July paving m No 10 which runs two miles south of here is progressing1 rapidly There are about 100 men employed in the whole gang and they are laying from to feet of paving a day The extreme heat of the last few days has hren very harrl on the men and 10 had to give up Will Rogers TOLEDO Ohio July That lawn tennis association didnt mon key with Tilden long when tlioy saw he couldnt win did they rules say 1ou can write artiLles but not on the same day you play They figure Its too hard on an ateur to write and play the samo day It takes a professional to hve that much endurance outside the Maryland Racing association who barred Harry Sinclairs horses for running on in oiled track I dont suppose there Is any body of In America that is as consIslenUy humorous as these amateur associ ations Saw Amelia In Chicago Tours WILT nOGERS Copyrlcht Drakes was good for only 15 yards Miss second traveled 150 j yards Miss Drake then topped mashie shot the ball going only SCI yards Miss Curtis was just oft the green on her third Miss Drake was on in 5 Miss Curtis approach left her a 10 foot putt Drake was three feet over on her putt and Miss Curtis went down In 6 to become 3 down Loseg Ninth I Hole No 0 286 drove 225 yards straight down the State Asks Pay for Keep of FeebleMinded Girl Eagle Grove Woman Sued CLARION July county has Htarted suit in district court against Mrs Chnrles Heskett of Eagle Grove to collect the sum ot County Attorney Blue states In the suit that Ellen LucUslnger a daughter of Mrs Heskett was committed to the stale hospital at Cherokee on Jan 21 lf18 and during tho year 1921 wai transferred to the home for feeble minded at Woodward During all these years Wripbt county has paid for her board room clothing and medical attention The coun ty attorney alleges that Mrs Hcfikett Js about lo rtispope of her property with Intent to defraud her creditors therefore Wright county geeks the judgment of Russia Their plane which carried tlijm from London to Tokyo was whisked from the ship and hur ried to the Victotla airport where it was assembled for tho enrly morning flight SPEEDING ON SEATTLE July Belief that John Henry Menrs and B D Collyer who hopped oft from Vic toria B c before dawn today In the last stages of their race against time around he world were attempting to get ahead of their schedule was ex pressed by officials of Boeing field here this morning when their plane failed to land there on schedule Field attendants reported that a plane believerf that ot Afcars and Collyer passed over Seattle at a m about an hour after their take off from Victoria They said the plane was flying high and headed to rward tlie southeast I On their Victoria takeoff the racers announced Seattle as their destlna Mexican Quakes Traced to Submarine Volcano MEXICO crrr July The newspaper El Universal prints re ports that the eruption of an un located submarine volcano In Iaclftc Ocean somewhere off the coast of the State of Oxaca caused the recent severe earthquakes in Oxaca Mexico City and all the Southern part of Mexico No lives are known to havo been lost in these earthquakes but them was panic everywhere fairway Her opponents tee victoria later reported that they was half dubbed but traveled about carried 211 gallons of gasoline enough 150 yards Miss Drakes second a 0ng flight In view of this on the edge of the green while Miss Boeing field man said Ihey probably Curtis second wVia on the green 15 had changed their minds and were feet from the cup The Mason City I heading cither for Pasco or Spokane girl was long witli her approach putt and Miss Curtis stopped 3 feet short Miss Drake stymied the Clinton golf er but Mlsa Curtis ball earromed oft or Salt Lake City Emmetsbiirc Iubllslier Moves KMMETSBUISO Inly her opponents ball and into the cup Warner who has been associated with for A 4 Drake was down In hrotlipr K D Warner In publish 5 and finished the first nine two up Ing the Palo Allo Reporter has on the champion j crerl his connection with this news The cardB paper He announces that he has nn 145515 irpptfl employment with another or Ilrnl 13t J6 j ganizatlon AUNT HET By Robert Quillen If its a rainy day an a woman wants to have A good cry she can always get started by takin out her things an lookin at   

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