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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1928, Mason City, Iowa DAILY fotTfD fORTHf AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PHBSS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 27 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPI ASSOCIATED PRESS LEADED WIRE REPORT NO 251 NORTHWOOD BANK ROBBER IS IDENTIFIED CROWD HISSES MOBILE ON WAY TO HISJRAIN Explorer Wan and Hag gard Object of Scorn to Norwegians NARVIK Norway July The norths farewell to the sur vivcs ot the Italia when they started r home was hisses Today the men wera rushing southward in a special car to Italy where they will face an Inquiry Into their final trip to the Pole Cheers apert the airship or Its way when it departed from Vadsoe on May 5 fop the Arctic ana the town was j decked with bunting and flags n their honor Hostility kept the explorers aboard their base ship the Cltta di 1 Milano yesterday until tlja train waa ready to take them home Gen Umberto Nobile commander of the dirigible looked like a man broken physically and mentally He was pale thin and stooped and his haggrard face showed plainly the strain of worry and illness Ignored Appeals fur Help When the Citta di Milano arrived at the Ilttla place of Fagerness about two miles from Narvik ths waiting on the quay ignored the ap peals of the Italian crew to take the mooring rona cast ashore A aallor was forced to jump to the1 quayto tie the ship and finally a boy of 11 pitied them and helped In the moor in g Capt Fillpo ZappI navigator the airship appeared on deck to go to buy rsome clothes There were hostile cries from tlio crowd and he decided to re main aboard Marines with fixed bay stood guard over the gangplank During the afternoon the Italiana on of the vessel Dunn Recommended for Democratic Chairman Leaguers to Be Guests at Osage Church First Meeting of Conference Will Be Held Friday Night OSAGE July hundred members of the Luther league nC the St Ansgar circuit comprising 2i congregations in North Iowa were gathering here meeting ot the today for conference the first which I I is the on his sfiip appeared rjftarrjest Ha Jumped around criitclies with a great cigar In month Noblls seemed 111 when apearea TURN TO PAGE 10 COLUMN 7 MAN WIFE SHOT TO DEATH Minneapolis Couple Parents of Six Children Killed in Their Home scheduled for 8 oclock tonight In the Osage Lutheran church Two delegates from each tho 29 churches and a great many outsiders and members of the church bodies are be here Many of them are arriving by automobile from North Iowa towns Man to Talk The rCorthwqod Lutheran pastor the Key J Ylvisaker will sive the ntvoductory sermon tonight which presents the Ibjme of the conference Lifes Greatest Music will be by the Osage clioir and the Northwood orchestra A special Union choir will give a program out of doors Sunday after noon at 3 oclock at which between and persons are expected to bo present Discussion topics Saturday are di vided into four groups What is lifes gicatest find Where Is Christ The time to find and Helping others to find SigmoiKt Lends Study Hour The Rev Tnor Blgmond Kensett will lead Bible study hours at 9 a m Saturday and Sunday Speakers at the convention sessions are to include Prof c B Helecn president of Wai dorf college tTIe Rev J W Tlvlsalcer Northwnpd the Rev p C Mvhre hough liyje Minn and Choirs from Northvvood CJsage St Ansgar andWaldorf college will par ticipate and violin and vocal solos will be given at other sessions A recep tion Is planned for Saturday evening i MADISON July Vdvocatins tlie administration ot ethal gas to a 17 year old Nortli Car olina girl an Imbecile since birth A J Barry professor of economics at the University of Wisconsin hag pro ioked a saorm ot applause and critic sm This startling recommendation Is contained In a report to Buncombe county North Carolina officials which was niada after an Inspection of county Institutions in that state The tour of the institutions wag made jy Professor Barry in company with summer school students at tho Asheville N C normal school At the country Bald Dr Barrys report there Is an idiot girl who has been confined in a cell for most of the years she has been there May I suggest to the officials of Buncombe county that as a remedy for this bit of barbarism that would not expect to find outside tho iark that the Idiot girl be turned over to a physician instructed to givo her an application of lethal gas and elease her from tlie misery Buncombe l 1 MINNEAPOLIS July and Mrs John Sclileuder parents of six children were found shot to death In their home here today Police were at loss whether to classify the tragedy as murder and suicide or a suicide pact Mrs Schuleuders body lay on a davenport down stairs when neigh bors entered the home a pistol beside lier head while that of her hualjand upstairs with a small calibve rifle nearby Neighbors discovered tlie bodies after they had been awakened early today by Fern Schleuder 12 year old daughter of the couple who tied from he liouse after her father had aroused her and tola her that her mother had hot herself Five other children besides Fern HUrvive The GlobeGazette Offers a Leaflet on Childrens Clothes It Is called Sun Suits for Chil dren and describes materials and how to make the best of summer play clothes for the youngsters These newstyle sun suits are as simple as can he cost very little nnd give the child the greatest freedom in playing while letting the little body gain the health and strengthgiving benefits from the ultraviolet sun rays Every kiddie wants to he upto date and comfortable at once and to wear as little ns possible in summer These suits which are so easily made give pleasure and comfort to ihe youngsters and their parents Use the coupon k I M y Frederic J Hnslfin Director Tlie Mason City Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith 4 cents in coin or fnr n oopy of the leaflet Sun Suits for Chllilrin Street Stats KELLOGG WILL GOTO PARIS Secretary to Sign AntiWar Pact in French Capital PARIS July 2 multi lateral pact to outlaw war will be signed in Paris by Secretary Kel and tlie foreign ministers oC the other signatory powers about Ang 2S The French governments invitation to Mr Kelloee to come to Prance Is on its way to America but it is under stood at tlie foreign office that Am bassador Paul Claudel as a result of his conversations wltli the American secretary state Ims received in ad vancu his definite promise to take part in the occasion The tentative date may he advanced or delayed a day or two to suit th convenience ot the statesmen Myron T Hcrrick American ambassador to France had intended to sail for home on Aug 29 hut will now defer his sail ing BO as lo return in the company of liis chief Professor Urges Gas for Imbecile Girl IKOF A G HARRY county has subjected her to Cor tlie last 17 County authorities have mads no comment upon Dr Barrys report and no physician has vohmteerail to carry out the auffgestlon that lethal sas bo administered to the girl whose pathe tic case excited Dr Barryd pity Tlio girl a hopeless Imbecile Is tho itiuishter oC well known Buncomtie county residents She lias been kept in a ceil alone Dr Barry says M C ATTORNEY IS CHOICE OF 4TH DJSTRICT Kenderdine Says Hoover Promises Wont Sat isfy lowans DES MOINES July plea for a united democratic party in Iowa was made today in dis trict caucuses by party leaders Dr J W Reynolds of Cres ton national committeeman appearing in the eighth dis trict caucus sounded the key note of the general urge by calling upon tho party to de feat the common Hoover Pledges Efforts to Bring Credit to G O P DISTRICTS CHOICE 300 Farmers to Save Crop Ten Thousand Acres of Wheat Burned in Wash ington fALLA WALLA July t than farmers 6nd volunteer 300 frenzied fira fighters were battling a grain fire early todav in the vicinity of EureUa flats about 30 mil from here in an attempt to save their homes and crops It was estimated the fire which started late last nlglft had destroyed to sacks of grain and burned mor than to acres of wheat Backed by a high wind the tlames spread rapidly It was reported that tho Northern Pacific railroad was fill ing tank cars water at Tasco nnd rushing thorn to the scone of tho fire Sheep Pasture Ruined In addition more than acres of spring sheep pnstnro had been burned over Many sheep camps ana buildings were burned Farmers said that the fire had advanced into tlie best part or the wheat land on the flat and they felt It was Impossible to head the onrushing flames Telephone wires were down nnft roads blocked In the section and it Impossible to get accurate Nominee Given Rousing Wel come at Frisco Home A coming us forget factional strife anil remember hat harmony will he our Sroutest aid in dofeatlngc the common onomy I am to forsct the Uttle troubles within the party If thej other faction Dr Reynolds said Tho eiphth district caucus voted to nvoaUsate ft claim made that lames Pearson oC Shenandoah party camli ilato for congress leaned toward the cause of llorhert Hoover republican presidential nominee A resolution to repudiate the candidacy oC Pearson was held in abeyance pending such an investigation Recommends E G Dunn The second saw IS G DtNN Kourlh district democrats in caucus lit Des Moines prior I Ilin stale convention ntvthe recommended to the om ventiou tlint K G Dunn Mason City attorney above be named slate chiiiruinn NOMINEES ASKED TO DES MOINES Smith and Hoover Invited to Address Iowa State Fair Crowds DES Tuly Alfred K Smith and Secretary Her bert Hoover candidates have boon invited to visit luring the Iowa Mate fair next month Governor Smith upon receiving tlie fair hoards invitation replied yester day that lie proposed visit would be Sivtn consideration by the democratic campaign headquarters Indications weie that a definite answer would he given in a short time Tho week of Ancr 27 was suggested Mr Hoover who will he nt West Branch his birthplace during the lat ter part of next month was also In vited to speak at Hie state fair A third presidential candidate Nor man Thomas ot thn socialist parly Is scheduled to speak in DPS Moines AUR 1C mates ot the destruction Reports jon mc Ma kl righis first reference to politics in a publicaddress since lifs nomina tion Herbert Hoover told the people of San Francisco at his homecoming celebration here today that an obli gation rested upon him not only to represent the great party which has designated him for leadership but to do it in such a fashion as to brinfir credit and distinction upon the people of California Speaking in the vast rotunda of the city hall in reply tc an address of wel come by Mayor James Ralph the republican presidential nominee warm ly hanked the people oC California for the honor they had done him in presenting his name to the Kansas City convention Crnwrts Give Him Ovnllon His address followed an ovation giv l him by crowds that lined the streets over which his automobile moved from the railroad station to the city hall Words are difficult vehicles thru which to convey the pride which men mny rightJy fenl at siieli a mark of es teem from their fellow Hoover said And an obligation rests on my side that I shall not only repre sent the great political party which has designated me for leadership but that I shall do It In such fashion as to hrinpr credit nnd distinction upon the people of California I thank you Mr Mayor for the personal part yon have played in these events and I wish to I hank my fellow citizens of California for the confidcncc they have placed up hera said at least ten farm homes had been burned Many farmers packed their belong Inga and turning their livestock loosa on plowed ground fled the area Sev eral ranchers said they barely caped with tlieir lives while attempt Ing to save their ranch homes Tivo warehouses nre known lo have been destroyed bnt the amount ot grain lost was not known Started Along Tracks The conflagration waf reported to have started along the Northern Ia cific tracks near Attalia and the flames nuickly raced up and down the right of way Farmers with hastily harnessed teams worked thru the night turning I furrows in vain attempts lo tsop Ihe flames which jumped over the newly plowed Kronnfl and ate furtlirr into tlie wavinggrafn stnhble and pas tures Sweltering heat which has helo over this district for five days hurried the ripening of wheat and burned brown large grazing sections providing perfect fuel Several small towns received rfu seen from tlie endangered areas Hoover briefly reviewed his early life in Ran Francisco referred to his work in tlie commerce department and that the outlook of the world today was for the greatest era of commercial expansion in MfiSor Rnvicws Accomplishments The rest of tlio world will become better he said They will have larger demands but they will become stronger competitors Cor the markets of the orient In this neiv era of expansion the whole Pa cific coast will have a largo part to At the outset the mayor reviewed Ihe early strngKlvx of Hoover In San Francisco at Stanford university and later an a budding mining and then paid high tribute to his ac complishments in tho manjstrom of tho European war in which he was caught while ahroarl as the represen tative ot tlie Pacific ition congress on the democratic ticket over Representative F D Letts publican Mrs W of Sigourney na iona committeewoinan addressed the sixth district caucus O Dunn of Mnson City was rec ommended by the fourth district ns icw chairman of the democratic state central committee Few changes were made in the iicmliership o the slate central cotn nlttee which is made up of the fol owing district cominitteenien and com m i t teewomcn FIRST Charles W FUmmos Fort Madison Mrs Harry Fore Danville SECOND M 7 Jlulloy Davenport Mrs W J IViuIroy JIaquokcla THIRD William Becchcr Water loo Jfrs Emily Ileckcr Dubuque FOURTH Fred Blornmn Decorah Mrs Agnes Bcnrman Xow Hampton FIFTH C D Huston Cedar Rap ds Mrs C J Cash Anamosa SIXTH T H Osborne Now Sharon Mrs Ruth Hollingslicad Albla SliVKNTH Clcorpo Dugnn Perry Mrs Ernest Hamilton Wintered KIGIITH W R Hayes Center vlllc Mrs D P Long Hamburg NINTH P Con way Atlantic Mabel nihlisJIcklc Hastings TENTH R F Mitchell Fort Oflpre Mrs D Kelleher Koit Dodge KUCVKNTH Kd Btrminsliam Sioux City Mrs ODonovan Koxaa Sioux City Presidential electors named are TURN TO in COLUMN 3 350 INSANE AT LIBERTY AFTER Sioux City an Attempts to Present Case Effort Made to Seat Moore Delegates From Wood bury County DES MOINES July torial djfforencee of the democratic arty In Woodbury county threatened o precipitate a battle in the demo ratio state convention here today over he seating of delegates from that ounty Lester W Drennrvn DCS CAMPBELL SURE SUSPECT AT WAS IN HOLDUP John Kooser Followed Bandit Car Out of Police Told N cling In behalf of Dr Daniel V Moore Sioux City former chairman f tho Woodbnry county central com nittee attempted to gain entrance Into meeting of the convention credon lals committee to present the claims f Dr Mooio and other Woodbury democrats for claiming ORTHWOOD July Positive identification has been that John looser held in the Cedar Rap ds jail on suspicion of robbing he bank at Vinton last Aug ust was one of the men par ticipating in the holdup of tha First National bank here July 13 seats at a in the county convention held at Sioux City June 30 select state convention delegates WAS illegal in that it wag held without ils presense Dr Moore claimed he then the luly elected county chairman Tins Woodbury convention barred Dr Moore from the hall When Drennan demanded admit tance to the committee room to prc sent the Mooro petition In person he was told ihe committee hiis ad journed and the Drennan then declared ho wonld seelc the seating of the Mooro dele gates In the convention folio whip the report of the credentials committee DING BURNS BROOKHARIWILI 50 of Escaped Patients in Tennessee Are Danger ous Criminals July 27 AT Fire that burned for some 12 hours in the rich wheat laiuls on Kurulia Flats ill miles northwest of here apparently was halted Iciihiy after having ravaged 500 o sections uf farming country U Youll never In the world junt by sticking tight where you arc Look at tlie Ilillinan StarCourrler Los Angeles Attorney New Head of Lawyers July Newlin of Angules was elected president of the American Bar associa tion hy unanimous vote today after lha name of Joxlah Marvel Wilming ton had been offered and with1 drawn beforo ths convention body Americans French Net Teams All Even STADIlTM AUTKHJIj France luly Tim TInited States and Franco stood even up with one match apiece toliy at the end of the first days piny in the Davis Clipchallenge round In which Franco is defending tho fam ous tennis trophy nig Tiill Tllden hav ing defeated Tleno while John Hennessey went down to defeat before Henri Cochet Our theory Is that most of the Crn ndera so willing lo journey far from home were married Fap llds Gazette FORECAST Mostly fair Frisfciy nlffiit nnd Saturday Slightly cooler ill cen tral portion LOCAL STATISTICS Cilobcriazette weatfier figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Friday Highest Thnrsdiiy 89 Decrees Lowest in Nlcht 7 Drjrrers At 8 A M Vi Ilisreis Rainfall 78 if m Inch An J a of the variation in precipi tation witliln narrow territorial limits may he obtained from the fact I hat Thursday aflirnoon Iho rainfall in Mason City totaled 7S of an Inch while at the American SugarUeet plant a Jniln or so north o tlie city H totaled only IS of an differ enceor 00 of an inch Thursday was the thirteenth consecutive day with a maximum tern perm lire within the 80s being the same ns Ihat of the previous dny July AP More than patients SO of listed as criminals escaped rom the main building of the central itate hospital for the insane early to lay when fire destroyed the two up cr Nino hundred of the patients wore back in the institution at dawn throe hours after the blaze had been jrot under contrnl Nashville police and officials of the institution wore organizing an Intcn sivo search for the others 11 of whom considered extremely dangerous It was expected that o fthe miss ing patients would return of tehir ccord or be brot In soon as they were inoffensive Naslivillc Sends Help The main building which in SO years old caught fire about midnight The nstittition is located miles from Nashville and the hlaze gained great fieaclway before two companies of thft Xashvillo fire department and a squad of polico reserves arrived occupants of the nmln building were driven from tlioir beds scantily clad guards and nurses taking time only to warn inmates of tlinlr danger or not there was of life was not determined early today pent Ing an Investigation Warning shouts of guards police and firemen added to the terror of the TlRN TO PAGE 10 5 The identification was jy Dewey Campbell who view ed a photograph of the suspect sent here by Cedar Rapids po lice Campbell left early morning for Cedar Rapids td perfect the identification in person Campbell says there is nd question but Kooser is the man wlio kept him in continu Ions conversation across would advise do Street from the bank whila three others entered ths bank and took about and a large quantity of bonds The man immediately afteif therobbers had left the bank his smallahV SPEAK AT ELMA Junior Senator Scheduled to Give Principal Address on Gala Day July Smith W Brookhnrt will be Hie principal speak T at a coinmunUy picnic nnd lay lo lie staged here Aup G under bo of the American V II Tate sitpcrintcnOent ot In charge of n r range mo nLs Jell arid in the direction the I robbers had taken ASKS INJUNCTION Firm Seeks to Prevent Build ing of Emmetsburg Muni cipal Plant STEEL SHARES PAY JUT Lommon Stock Dividends Greatly Below Pre vious Mark NICW YORK July ehem Sterl corporation earned a shnre on the common stock in the first laic ot 1928 nsuinst 104 a share In the first half o 1927 Second quarter et Income was cnunl to a share on tha common malitnK net income for tlio half yoar The regular quarter dividend of a share on the preferred stock was declared payable Oct 1 to holders record Sept 1 Total income for the second quarter was OiiO aprainst In the first quarter this year and In the second quarter of J027 Tlie net income for the second quarter last year was Unfilled orders on June 10 ivcro on Mnrcli 31 and on June 30 1927 July The Mibllc Service company filed a pcli ion in diR district court today asking for a temporary injunction preventing the Municipal Utilities company from building and operating an electric IlKlit am power plant In Ktmuetsburfc Thn complaining company charges ho Municipal Utilities oompnny nnit I lie city council conspiring together in the election held Just week that Ihe cily council spent city funds In promollrifr tlio election nnrt that ths Utilitira company spent money in pro curing pnlti nt the polls voters In the second election here this year voted two to in invor of building Iho new plant March on this same temporary injunction on the ground1 that the finnchise tlM not asree with the title The Municipal Ulilitias com pany Ftiutcrl work on the new plant nnd this cquipmnnt and plant is to become the property of Ilin city when paid for out of the earnings Pioneer Kanawha Man Dies in Hampton Hospital July B Vare 715 pioncer resident nt this com Will Rogers WIXUXA JAKK July 25 here at AVinona its to tho what the River Jordan h those foreigners ovor there in the old days 1coplo meet here lo wash their sins away every summer Will Huyes will he here A3 soon as he WimtH from 11 oily wood Hilly Sun day hero And I am really phvh hitting1 for him nni proruHiins not only nn the cvilA of liquor hut the evils cf the stuff they sell for liquor FJilly talc OH up a lection but hemp n MotliodiHt I wont trust Ihrsfi Prrsbyterluns that far I want mine before they get In Yoirs WILL P Is Iho only plnoft 1 have vjailed tluit Mayor linn not arrived into Copyright 1028 munlly and owner of a large farm south west oC liorc diccl yestrMnv in Lutheran hospital at Hampton smvivcd by four prown chil o a ransom for the funoraJ announced tho I in Irrn N liavo LODGE AT IOWA CITYIS FINED Representatives Admit Pos session of Alcohol in Club Rooms DRS MOINES July resentatives of the Jowa City lodge of Moose pleaded guilty to liquor charges lieforo United Stoles liHtriol Judge Charles Dewey today nad were fined The government wns represented by United Stales District Attorney Mowry An injunction prohibiting the lodge or any of Ils members from denllng lin Hriuor was also granted Tho lodge I will he able lo continue al Ils rooms thru thn posting of a SSflO bond 1 The fine and Injunction resulted jfrnm a raid in which a quantity of whisky and alvohul wus seized AUNT HET By Robert Quillen My notion is these wo men that feel broadminded when they say leg and tilings like Dint aint got much else on their
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