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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1928, Mason City, Iowa DAILY NEWSPAPER Eoirco foftTHf HOME AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITIOH VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTKRNATIOXAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 24 1928 FIVE CENTS PEH COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT JO 248 XPEDITION OF IOWANS ORDERED TO STOP 1 Smith Notification Date Set for Aug 22 iDDRESS WILL E BROADCAST IN BIG HOOKUP iovernor Undisturbed by Republican Claims N of Victory t LEANY N July ernor Smith will be notified of his Domination Wednesday evening Aug p The ceremony ake place the east steps ot the state capital re and will be broadcast by a nation He network of radio stations will gin atj7 p m eastern daylight lime id is expected to last about one hour hd a half considerable difficulty in mak ng radio arrangements because of the necessity of shifting fixed programs announcement that a definite time for Lroadcasting the notification ceremony Cad been agreed upon was made today my Governor Smith 1 The democratic presidential nominee jjiid that while he had not begun ae jjal drafting of his acceptance speech which he had promised to touch on 1 campaign issues he figured it would ike an hour for delivery Satisfactory to Governor also calculated that Senator Pittman of Nevada would need 15 min utes for his notification speech ami that another 15 niinutes would be re juired for incidental Governor Smith in response to an whether the time allotted him replied lue to the difference in time the adcasting of his notification cere on the Pacific coast will begin ttiv holding his notification four fceks from tomorrow night Governor nith will delay his exposition ot cam hikn issues until after Herbert Hoov and Senator Curtis the two repub TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 6 Police Stage Rodeo as Cattle Stampede Streets 150 Bovines Scamper Thru Downtown Kansas City After Train Wreck Sm ashes 3 Freight Cars KANSAS CITY July and fifty head of Hereford cattle stampeded thru tho streets here early today following themid night wreck ot a Santa Fe freight train two blocks from the Union station The police and motorists staged many exciting impromptu rodeos In the downtown district Nino cars were piled up when the trains locomotive left the rails and three cattle cars were wrenchea open The frightened stock scattered In nil directions and sqon the police were deluged with telephone calls from ex cited residents Some of the exlcted cattle reached the outlying residence sections Two Caught Near Muehlbacti Two steers were captured In the vicinity of the Muehlbach hotel after they had fallen on the sidewalk ex laustedby the chase Several others were herded into vacant lots in that section and guards posted to keep them from escaping A wild steer dashed thru a plate glass window into a downtown garage and horned several cars Timid at tendants gathered but none dared proach the wild eyed bovine who fin ally crashed thru another window and fled up an alley One panicstricken steer was knocked down by a street car at Thir teenth and Main streets but got to its feet aparently unhurt and es caped Denny Spillane special officer for the Kansas City Public Service com TURN TO PAGE I COLUMN 5 JOHNSON WILL TAKE STUMP TO ELECT MOVER Tilson to Decide Where Senator Can Be Used Best CTANFORD UNIVERSITY July Hoover Trench Flyers Forced Ito Postpone Trip to Due to Bad Motor July iuvus news agency announced ate tortnjthat It haj been offi ally decided to abandon file ansAtlantic flight of Lieut Paulin Paris now at Horta in the Rzores from France to the United Mates July minis ot marine announced today that j flight to Nciv York of the French ane La Frigate The Frigate d now at Horta the Azores has i postponed for several days Lieut iin Louis Jerome Paris wants to haul the motor of the machine adio messages from the plane dur the flight to Horta from Brest id that all worked well thruout It been reported however that the yers had difficulty with one motor lioitly before they reached Horta The French flyers said that one of leir engines failed during the latter ot the flight and that one of the jloats was leaking This made It nee issary to delay in taking off for the Mnltcd States The aviators have been more or less seclusion aboard the cruiser Ville jfs waiting for repairs to then The GlobeGazette fers Facts n Suits Have you noticed healthy well armed youngsters playing Inthe ew style of sun clothes They are esigned for economy and long wear and to give children the greatest benefit of healthful ultra violet rays from the sun to strengthen young growing bodies Our Washington Information Ireau has a handsome illustrated leaflet telling Iiow juid why to rjroake these sun suits what meth ds and materials are least expen vs and most effective Use the coupon his time again today between work on his address of acceptance and conferences with political leaders and with Mayor James Rolph cerning the homecoming celebration to be given in his honor by San Fran cisco probably Friday Politics formed the subject of con erences with Mrs Worthington Scranton national comtnitteewoman rom Pennsylvania and Representa tive John Q Tilson of Connecticut re niblican leader of the house ot repre sentatives and chairman ot the east ern speakers bureau Johnson to Stump for Hoover One of the questions which Tilson haveto determine is where Sen ator Hiram Johnson ot California can used to the best advantage during the campaign whether his foicpful argument will be of more value to ilie national ticket in the east or In ihe west Senator Johnson who was a lunch eon guest of Secretary Hoover yester day has left it to the campaign man agers to say where he is to stump for the national ticket during such time as he can spare from his own cam paign for reelection here in Califor nia While the senior California sena tor has come out for the HooverCur tis ticket Ihcre arc more than surface Indications he and the republican presidential nominee are not entirely in accord with respect to the activi ties of the public utilities associations tho power as the senator describes it Whether Mr Hoover will touch upon that question In his acceptance address on Aug 11 remains be seen but the general impression hore is that he will not since the republi can platform makes no mention of it and the nominee Is expected to con fine hfmself to an interpretation of that platform Students Cheer for Nominee Senator Johnsons informal state ments to the newspaper coirespnnd TtJRN TO PACK 4 COLUMN 5 LOCAL NEGRO PASTOR HELD FOR OFFICERS The Rev Lee Fights Extradition on Charge of Statutory Crime THE Rev W L Lee Negro pastor Union Memorial M E church Is held In the local city jail in response toa telegram from the WINS PRAISE UR HUBERT WOKU The new republican chairman former secretary of the interior Hubert above was given thanks of Coulidge in accepting the cabinet mans resignation Resignation Dr Work Is Accepted oohdge Lauds Services o Interior Secretary to Country sheriff at Sedalia stating that statutory charges have been filed there againvt him Lee wasarrested Monday morning by local police officers following the receipt of a telegram from the sheriff of the Missouri city He refused to waive extradition and the Sedalia officers have informed ocal officials they are on their way here armed with extradition papers Lees attorney N Levinson began habeas corpus proceedings Tuesday morning Lee denjed any Implication in the Missouri affair and maintains with an nir of composure that his innocence will be established He came to Mason City from Sedalia about three months ago Jefferson Resident Taken to Minnesota on Charge of Perjury JEFFERSON Wright of Jefferson has been taken to Jackson where his wife and another man aro hcing held on cljarge of bignmy tq answer a charge of perjury Wright is alleged to hnve ippcared as witnessfor his wife formci Boone girl whom he mnrricd when she was 15 ycnra old when she and the other man applied for a marriage license recently A month after his marriage to the girl he Is alleged to have perjured himself by anylng he and his wife had obtained a divorce Frederic J Hnsldn Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of lite leaflet Sun Suits for Children City State CUPBRIOR juiy AH SAYS CHURCH IS HELPINGJROBE VIexican Clergy May Be Freed of Blame in Obregon Death MEXICO C1TT July statement by police chief Gen Antonio Riqs Zertuche was regarded 1 some quarters today as possibly aving the way for an official state ment withdrawing the sting ot the re cent assertion that the Catholic clergy vas to blame for the assassination of en Alvaro Obregon The statement said that the clergy was cooperatiner in investigation of the slayingi Last week General Zer tuche announced that Tor the crime lies with the Catholic Assertion May Be Modified It was thot today that this first assertion might be modified to apply Lo some individual or group instead of the clergy as a whole The latest police statement served lessen further the tension in Mex ico City In religious circles a feel ing of optimism concerning the future was manifest General Zerluchc also stated that Jose De Leon Toral the art student who killed Obregon had made a com plete confession but he did not reveal its contents Police were investigating n rumor Will Rogers NEWPORT R July Well here we are in Newport They wont let an actorbathe at Baileys beach I Just come to show em that nctors didnt need to bathe at Baileys beach Keep the place for them that needIt In flying from New York we flew low here over the bench and beau tiful homes Thats one way they cant keep the riff ratf from look ing In If this exclusiveness looks to me like a good thins I am going to take it back and introduce It in Beverly Hills WB screen folks wont let a meremillionaire land In our town but Newport Is a great old place If you are not a sailor or a mil lionaire you feel out of place here Flew over beautiful Montauk Point today Sny dont miss that Its a wonderful placo Yours in Newport but out of place WILT ROGERS Cnpvright 1028 MOUNTED POLICE PLACED ON TRAIL BY GOVERNMENT Fund Shortage Puts Explorers in Hands of Dominion Authorities Hold Parents in Quandary R1 BULLETIN July Royal Canadian In a letter commending Dr Hubert Works etficiency and loyalty In 6t fice while secretary ot the interior PresidentCoolidge formallyaccepted today the formers resignation from the cabinet Your resignation as secretary of the interior ghcn me some days aso is accepted to take effect on the fication of your the letter said I wish to thank you for tho loyal service you have rendered to the coim ry during the time which you have been at the bead ot the important de partment ot the interior Your management of that office has been exceedingly ory and I am you will always view it with a good deal of satisfac tion to yourelt In the knowledge that It was a real contribution to tho ad ministration of public affairs You can feel that you are leaving o department in a high state of effi ciency which will be reflected in its efforts for some years to come I a wish to add my appreciation ot your constant and unfailing consideration toward me personally and your loyal cooperation In carrying out the poll cics of tile that Xjius Morones former minister labor against threats had been made was concealed in Mex icoCity MortiSeS resigned agrarian supporters of Obrasori had demanded his withdrawal from the government charging that he was one oC the psychological authors ot the crime paving the way for it by fiery speeches against Obregon Morones political enemy Claim Morones In Hilling Feeling against Morones ran high week ago when Obregon was slain and he has been under constant guard General Zertuche said that he was now reported to have gone into hiding Police stated that the pistol used by the slayer had been traced to a man named Manuel Trejo whom they did not They asserted he uadflcd to the United States FORMER CHAMP SHOOTS BELOW PAR FOR LEAD Lee Herron Sioux City Amateur to Fore in State Qpen EGINA Mounted Police has been ordered to intercept and return to civilization four American geologists lost in northern Saskatchewan Word of the dangerous plight of the four young Americans was carried to the farflung stations of the Mounted Police by telephone and radio but it is expected it will be many days be fore definite word can be obtained from the expedition The party comprises John Fuller 21 years old Keokuk Peder Boddum 24 Crystal Lake Gordon Armstrong 20 Britt Iowa and Max J Kane 22 Iowa City They left the Pas Manitoba on June 6 and three weeks ago vere found to be in dire straits near the reindeer lake region f northern Saskatchewan The mounted police have been ordered to escort the party o safety as their credit balance is said to be exhausted and hey are technically dependent on the dominion MINERSOWNERS ARE TOJJONFER New Wage Agreement Will Be Discussed by Illinois Chiefs CHICAGO July coal operators agreed today to a Joint conference with Illinois mine workers and asked the miners to fix a date for the parley The decision to enter tho joint con ference for negotiating a new wage agreement was reached after a morn Ing session ot the operators which W J Jenkins president of the Operators association telephoned to Harry Fishwick president ot the miners asking him to fix the date for the conference The joint meeting was made possible after Fishwick following an eightday meeting at Indianapolis asked Jen kins to consider the proposition IOWA FORECAST Oenerally fair Tuesday nicht and Wednesday with some ness not inucli change in emper STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock m Tuesday HiRhcst Monday Lowest In Night At 8 oclock A M This month has had finlty for the SOs in temperatures The last ten consecutive days have shown a high temperature somewhere between 80 and remarkable and 17 of the 24 days thus far in July have had maximum temperatures within this range Two straight days without any precipita tion s something else worthy of men tioning too 82 pegrees 55 Uegrces 74 Degrees a strikingaf its maximum BURNS FATAL TO WELLS GIRL Child Poured Gasoline in Stove Chum Burned in Rescue Attempt WETjLS July hours after she had attejmpted to start a fire in a kitchen stove by pourins gasoline on the smoulerins kindling Evelyn Arvilla Butcher 9 Wells died at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Schrader near Easton yesterday The little girl with Dorothy Kubn also of Wells was spending vaca tion at Urn Schrader farm and both were helping Mrs Schrader with the house work In an effort to stimulate the fire in the stove Evelyn poured gasoline on the kindling the resulting burst of flames enveloping her and setting fire to her clothing Her chum Dorolhy helped get the child out oC fhp house and in HO doing was conoid erably burned herself Evelyn was daughter of Mr ant Mrs Ben Butcher Wells No arrange ments for the funeral havebeen an nounced Lanphier Selfridge Field Chief Resigns Position to Join Colonel Lindbergh DETROIT July Thomas G Lanphier lias tendered his resignation from the army to the secretary of war it became known here today It Is understood Major Lanphior will become associated wilh Col ciinrlRH A in the newly organized Transcontinental Air transport The resignation It is understood he omes effective sometime next nonth Major Lanphier for years an out standing figure in army ft close personal friend of Colonel Lind bergh and several months ago their names were linked In connection with rumors of a proposed flight to Europe ly a northern route The two con eired here recently but the purpose of the conference was kept a secret 68 3 tinder Herron former stateamateur cham pion and iunnerup to Art Bartlett of Ottiimwa In tho 292S amateur tour ney into an early lead In the contesl for the Jowa state open golf cham pionship today Three birdies were marked up In Hcrrons IS hole morn ing card card showed two valuable strokes less than that of any other golfer who had reported his first round scores Jim Davis lurncd in a fl and Hurt Clarke Sioux City protcssional a 71 which was low foi tho professionals who are deciding their state championship with the fame scores that they turn in for the open title Scores ot first IS holes Kurtz Des Molncs xJack Welsh DCS Moinqs 41 Glenn Dcvine 4S Max Holmes Des Molncs 43 Dob Blderton 33 TURN TO PAGK A fl Major Is an lowan having oecn reared at in Calhoun county He will be remembered in Ma son City as the officer who led n dozen planes from Relfridge field ii the brilliant pursuit formations In connection with the airport dedica tion last August RASKOB RESIGNS AS MOTORS HEAD ARMSTRONG UNDE CIDED WHAT TO BR1TT July H C Armstrong was In a quandary this foM noon as to what Bleps be could take to bring asslstanco to his son and the other three Iowa boys now tn the far north on an exploratory mission He received first word ot the orders to the mounted police by telephone from the Mason City GlobeGazette It of establishing pointed ovrt Im nure the parents of the boys could attend to this If they but knew where to turn We cant get money to the boys of course lor they are going from all the time pastthe lost outpost ekhorbftantfyhigh in received yester day by the relatives of Peder Boddum of Crystal take apparently has sapped their capital to the vanishing point Doubts Whether Police Can Catch Up The local official said he would have to have a little tlms to consider the situation before proceeding One of ths real possibilities however is that the parents of tha hoys will get in touch with the Canadian government at Ottawa and to have the police order canceled by establishing a credit for the explorers Mr Armstrong expressed R serloua doubt whether the mounted police would be able to catch up wrlth Gordon and his comrades They were at Du Brochet on July 6 and have been headed north past there for almost three the mayor polntd out I seriously question whether there are police near enough at hand to overtake tho boys Will Leave Problem to Canadian Government We have no desire to go counter to the judgment of the Canadian gov ernment or the mounted Sir Armstrong pointed out in a second tele phono conversation Ibis forenoon We dont believe the In danger but It it is the opinion of those In a position to know that a real danger exists we want Gordon and hla comrades Ot course Mr Armstrong stated the Canadian government will he paid back anything that la advanced Inbehalf of the four explorers Whether an effort will hfl made to reach the lowann thru WGY the SchenoLtady radio station thru which they have been petting their news has not been learned It is believed however that If the hoys get within Bight ot their objective nothing short ot an order from the mounted police person ally given will cause them to turn hack BODDUM Democratic Chairman Still Be Vice President of Company NEW YORK July John J Raskob chairman ot tho national ftemocratlc committee has resigned as chairman of the General Motors cor LAC DU BROCHET 800 Miles North ot July 5 JThls will be the last time Ill he able to communicate with you for a while so Ill take this opportunity to say ihello to you oil In the best of Will health and enjoying myself This Is tho farthest north Indian trading post We arrived hero yester day moYning by way ot the Hudson Bay companys boat across Reindeer lake and It surely wai a Goda bless Ing that we did as It Is a long lake covered with moss and weeds and has numerous deep bays We would probably bave spent mosl poration finance committee ft was learned today from authoritative sources Mr Ttaskob will remain as vice this north country are largely Scotcl president of the motor company and and arc fine generous people How will resume his position as head of the ever things jn this town are enorm of the summer paddling up here Du The few finance committee at the close t ously high Gas la 16 a gallon butter George Haldeman in First Air Tour Plane to Land at St Paul ST PAUL July With Pilot George W Haldeman showing tho way 22 airplanes ot the national reliability air lour landed at the St Paul municipal airport shortly before noon today Fourth to arrive liere was John P Wood of Wausau whose load on points for the tour Is so formid able only the complete failure of his plane could prevent him from taking first place tour officials said ernor Smiths campaign for the presiis f3 a pound cigarets SO cents for dency It was learned 115 flour 45 a hundred Jam 7 An official statement it was all due to the immense freight was to be issued later In the day j charges The next posts we hit will be eskl mos mites FROM ARMSTRONG LAC DU BROCHET 800 Miles North of July 6 1328 This is the day after the fourth inn las been as quiet ns yesterday Lao Du Biocfiet is tho hopping oft place here in the north Four trading posts and dwellings onft church and priest numerous Indians and a multitude of dogs five doga to every When the dogs get to howling they make the country elde ring Most at axa Husky Eskimo dogs and have ths howl which makes them they shivers run up your back when they cut loose at night We arrived In Broohet early the morning of the fourth on the schooner Lac Du Brochef which Is owned aiBI operated by the Hudson Bay company on Reindeer Lake to bring in freight TUIW TO 4 COLUMN ft Sandino Gone Country Quiet Admiral Reports SUPERIOR July Coolidge has been In formed thru a report of licar Admiral David F Sellers commander of the special service squadron that activities in Nicaragua on the part of Augustlno Sandino have apparently ceased entirely and Sandino himself has to all appear lances fled the country The report showed that the various hands of outlaws which have kept the country in a turmoil since Henry L StimHon arranged a truce between the warring fac lions have fairly well surrendered and given pledges j of future law abididness 1 The report showed very satisfactory progress In the work of pacification ot complete alscncc of active or armed opposition to American activities there The outlook therefore for the forth coming election whirh American officials will super vise in November was represented to Trosidont Coolldge favorable SANHINO as very the Indians ending about 200 north of here The Indians here are Crees and Chipoways both being a nogood crew living from hand to mouth on fur trade This year the fur was a bit scarce and consequently they aro in rather bad circumstances However tho traders lend them enough to live on to be paid next year when thoy go trapping again There are some white trappers In this country Many of them have Creej wives arid have been in this snken country for years Jt doesnt seem possible that yester day was the fourth of July It certain ly was a dull time for us Wo tried to shoot off somo dynamite so wed have soma noise but Hits caps were wet so we had no results We got news a week ago Wednesday from WOY and It surely souiided pood There Is only about a hours o darknexs here tlipse nights We have plenty of provisions to last TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 5 AUNT HET By Robert Quillcn Pa got a lick on the head when he was little but I dont never remind him of it except when he lends money to some of his
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