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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 31, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                HTfi DAHY NEWSPAPER foft TW Howe AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 31 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 254 NUN ACCUSED OF PLANNING OBREGON DEATH Way Paved for FrancoBritish Naval Compromise AGREEMENT ON METHOD OF CUT IN NAVY SEEN Question of Submarine Construction Is In cluded f ONDOX July of a FrancoBritish naval compromise mentioned by Sir Austen Chamberlain i foreign secretary in the house of com Lmons yesterday are stated to have Sheen cabled to the British ambassador Sat Washington where they are ex pected to be presented today or to TUNNEY GIVES UP San Francisco Welcomes Hoover A government spokesman told the Associated Press today that a com 1 promise had been reached between the i two methods of naval armament re I cluctlon on which previous conferences have split namely limitation by total tonnage favored by France and by categories favored by Great Britain Under the or global tonnage system no restriction is placed upon the types of vessel to be included un der the total tonnage allotted to any country while unfer the category sys tem the total tonnage of the various types of war vessels is agreed upon Involves Submarine Building The question ot submarine con Btruction Is definitely Involved in the compromise the spokesman said In the event that the United States and other nations accept the coro J promise another meeting of the pre paratory commission on disarmament nf the league of nations will be called Li f o consider the next step will not become effective until the accede to It The government spokesman care fully explained that the naval com promise in no sense ia an agreement is to definite reductions It Is essen tially a formula of principles on which reductions can be made What those principles are however the gov ernment Is unwilling to state at pres Lent frfilay Necessitate Another Conference Ft It was atated that the compromise Jjwould not affect the Kellogg outlawry nf war pact but that the pact would have much effect upon tha compro t mise in that the pact raised the Ideal of outlawing war toward which the J naval compromise was considered a step The hope waa expressed that the i principle which has now been reached iwould Inspire tho calling ot another Vnaval disarmament conference for ilch tha work ot the preparatory commission was a preliminary San Francisco welcomes its native HerbertHoover repub lican presidential candidate Above Hoover isshown at left in an auto with Mayor Jnmes Rolpli as they started for city Imil where neloiv Hoover spnko over the radio Back of tho candidate as he stands be fore the microphone can he seen Rolph and Police Chief Daniel J OBrien Hamm Georgia Tech Ace Wins Broad Jump for U S Defeat of Lloyd Hahn Jars Allison Elevator Sold July GKford Grain company recently traded the elevator here to Nye Jcnks for an other elevator at Parkeraburg After two or three days Nye Jenks again solfl this elevator to Fronlng Grain Coal company of Allison It will be used mostly for storage purposes af terthis year Now there is only one elevator In Allison The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet of Brick Home Plans much rent do you pay you ever figure out how much this amounts to In five years o ten years Take paper and pen cil and work out the amount It will surprise you It would go far paying for your home So why not stop putting your rent money in someone elses pocket and build a home of your own Tha first step Is to decide on plans and in this we are ready to help Our Washington information bureau has a booklet showing ex terior views and floor plans of 60 brick houses that are masterpieces of tha architects skill Send for your copy ot this val uable booklet today Inclose 4 cents in coin or stamps for postage and handling cost Krerteric J Haskln Director The Mason City OlobcGazeUo Information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamp for n copy of the BRICK HOMES BOOKLET Nnme Street Coolidge to Get Data on Philippines Vice Governor on Presidents Calendar Jardine Leaves Farm Reports SUPERIOR July An expert Interpretation of Philippine affairs was available to President Coolldga today from E A Gilmore vice governor ot tho Philippines who had requested an appointment with the chiet executive while in this coun try on leave Mr Gilmore was pre ceded on Mr Coolldffes calendar by E B Clements repuglican national committceman from Missouri who has been spending his summer vacation not Superior and who asked to be allowed to present his respects to Mr CooIIdge Aside from the questions which the engagements with these two visitors hrot up Mr Cooiidgo gave much thot today to agricultural reports which he received yesterday from siC retary Jardine of the agriculural de partment Tiie cabinet officer de parted from Cedar Island Lodge late yesterday after an overnight stay re suming his journey to Alaska Mr Janline Reported good crop and price conditions over all the United States Adding that the livestock In dustry shared the general well being Conditions however might be still furtherImproved and stabilised the agriculture secretary thot hy a sub stantial agricultural tariff increase all along tho and by encourag ing and strengthening the cooperative marketingsystem Judge Ituns Acain COUNCIL BLUFFS July W C Itatcliff of Oak unsuccessful candidate for the lican congressionnl nomination from tho ninth Iowa district was a candi date to iiirccwl at the fif teenth judical district convention here today American Hopes for Sweeping Victory OLYMPIC STADIUM AMSTER DAM July hopes for decisive Olympic conquest received another jarring set back today in the decisive defeat ot Lloyd Hahn in the class 800moter championship altho pion with ITafm no better than and with two other Americans the wearers of the red white and blue shield were able to hold their own hy winning two of the four final events on the days program The 800meter crown went back to England to the tune of the flying feet of Douglas Lowe the defending cham fifth last Hnmm the great Georgia broadjumper won his specialty for Uncle Sam replacing as champion tho American Negro Jfnbhard who was eliminated In the second trials In both of these events Olympic records fell IT S Gets Even Brenk In the other two finals both of which were for women athletes the United States also Rained an even break A fast stepping Chicago lass Elizabeth Robinson of tiie Illinois Wo mens A ran away with the 100 meters championship inthe fast time of 12 15 seconds and Lillian Copeland of the Pasadena Athletic and Country club placed second to Ilalina Tvonopackaof Poland in the discus throw ITamms Olympic recordbreaking hrond jump was 2S feet 4J1 inches or meters ThW was about five Inches better than his nearest rival S P Cator of Hat I who was second Al Rates of the United States was third with 21 feet IK inches Both Miss Robinsons 1215 for the 100 and Miss Konopackas remarkable discus throw of meters were an nounced as new worlds records Miss Konopackas record is equivalent to 120 feet 11 11312G inches Leon Lermond of the United States uncorked n sensational sprint to win the first trial in the meter run in IT minutes 2 1S seconds Tlnns Away From Nnrini McCauley Smith former Yale run ner performed a feat which has hith erto appeared impossible hy running TURN TO PAGE 5 COLIrtlN 6 the national platform else the party will be engaged In a joint debate with Attacks Dry Candidate nomination to succeed Reed Mr Reed to fight fair I have never MAKES FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF RETIREMENT Declaration Comes at Luncheon in N Y for Muldoon NTEW YORK July A Tunney heavyweight champion boxer announced his from tho ring today at a luncheon given in honor of William Muldoon 82 year old member of the New York State Athletic commission I have fought my last bout as a professional boxer his statement said Staging a well party to the commissioner and more than 50 new papcrmen Tunney declared definitely that tho time had come to step out of the game that made him a millionaire Reports that Tun ney was to retire had been circulated since ho crashed make another start in field Tunnoy declared himself grateful for tho benefits conferred and anxious to leave the game bettor than he found it Thereis contender at the pres ent time who appears capable of at tracting real public he said If there were I mlglit delay my re tirement long enough to face him in the ring hut It looks as If it might be two or three years before a dan gerous opponent is developed That is to long to stand snd Praises Richards Abilitr Tunney gave high credit to Tex Richards ability as a promoter ond as the man who could find his succes sor He declared It his desire to place in Richards hand a belt or other suit able emblem of supremacy to be awarded by him to that boxer who thru a series of elimination bouts or victories over the most formidable op ponents that can bo obtained shall prove himself deserving of it Geno made no definite mention of his future plans and paid no attention In hts statement to rumors that ho was about to enter matrimony In ending his statement he said I have no thot of trying to nom inate my successor To the victor he longs the spoils I1 merely step aside and say may the best man akes Back Part of Charges He Made Against Gov Smith Criticism o Liquor Problem Still Stands Editor Says NBW YORK July Allen White Kansas editor today withdrew his charges against Cover nor Smiths legislative record so far as bills governing gambling and pros titution were concerned because he said ho did not wish to question tho motive of the democratic presidential nominee While allowing his contention that Governor Smith had consistently voted or the saloon to stand Mr White said of his other charges I could not In good conscience press this issue realiz ing that Governor Smith whom I greatly admire for his many high qual ities feels that my charge questions the purity of his motives which always should be granted In any political con Gives Excuses fir Srnilli Yes1 talking Walter Lipp man ot the World a friend of Gover nor Smith rtid of mine inanj I learned that Governor Smith was deeply tiKgrieveti that htm with protecting gambling ami prostitution in his assembly record 1 can understand after considering Mr Lippman said that tho governor NOMINEES MUST STAND BACK OF AL SMITHREED State Candidates Should Be in Harmony With t Policies KANSAS Back in is casting those votes against the re form bills might honestly have felt that the bills were unconstitutional or were not enforcable or infringed upon personal liberty or encouraged police black CITY July his home town and state Senator Jumcs A Reed has plunged into the state political campaign wilh the declaration that democratic state nominees must be in harmony witfi the ideas of Gov Alfred E Smith on prohibition j Stating the nomination of Govern should charge smith committed tho party to a pol icy of revision or repeal of the pro hibitory law the Missouri senatoi lust night said the state must nomi nate candidates who will adhere to TAKES IT BACK WILLIAM A WHITE The Kansas cilUor linm Allen White above Ims with drawn part of he charges Jimiln Monday concerning tho record of Governor Smith while ho latter was nn assemblyman behalf ot his friend for the FARM LEADERS ARE TO CONFER Insofar as they af fect his votes on gambling and prosti TlfRX TO PAGE it 4 FOUR INDIANS HURTJN CRASH Three Reported in Critical Condition in South Sioux City SIOUX CITY July Indian men fill iincnnsclous nnrt three oC them reported in n critical condi tion are in a hospital here Athe tima of nn automobile nccfdent in South Sioux City this morning Tioy Wolf of Bloomflrld is re ported hoverins between life and death MaiIon Thomas Sioux City Wilbur James ot WinnebiiRo nnrt John Coan oC Homer nre the other victims Long Illness Fatal to Buffalo Center Man BUFFALO CENTEH July per Burma 53 died at his home here on Sunday morning after years ot Ill ness For the past five years he had been hopelessly paralyzed his condi tion gradually growing worse His wife three sons and two daughters survive The funeral will he held In the German Reformed church Wed nesday K P IjOdjjo in Session FORT DODGE July Routine business today was before die iCtyninth annual stale convention oC the Knights of Pythias grand lodge I r Vankie HaV OlaYi the thirtyeighth conclave of Temple sisters esterday Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July 30 Into a Los Angeles airport this morning to wait till the fog raised to get over to another one at Santa MonlcaN when all at once a plane dropped down thru fog that was thicker than smoke in a presi dential nominating room and who crawled out of the thing but the kid himself Lindbergh Fog dont stop that lad I asked him where he waa going and ho told me confidentially Say what do you know about my old friend William Randolph White lie asked Al a question and Al didnt insurer Whon they get Al to hesitating on an answer why he looks bad Many a public man wishes there was a law to burn old records Tours WILL ROGERS bad stopped there It could well be said there was no isniio with reference to modification of Die Volstead act But to removo all questions the convention was held in session for the express purpose oC receiving a mes sage from overnor Smltb and when t came it unequivocally declared for modification The situation is as tho the lan guage of Governor Smiths telegram lad been Incorporated in the plat crm That was tjio Intent of a ma iority of the delegates Nomination of Hay will Imperil tho i tire Senator Reed declared It will place the democratic paity be fore tho public in tha position of es pousing two candidates of diametri cally oposite views regarding prohibi Hay Would Hurt Smith Adherents of Hay upon this nues tion will and abetting the defeat of Governor f against If of the senator said I know Tom Heflln and I know Charlie Hny I say to you they are as much alike as two slices of beet off the name car cass only Hay comes a little nearer the The address wns the first of three to be delivered In the state this week SISTER HELD IN JAIL HOPES TO BE EXECUTED Woman Said to Have In fluenced Toral to Slay General MEXICO CITY July AP Sister Concep tion Acevedo de la Lata is held in a cell at police head quarters charged with having induced Jose de Leon Toral commit murder Sister Concepcion who is about 32 years old and wears her hair bobbed is mother su perior of the convent in which Toral is alleged by police to have conceived the idea of as sassinating Gen Alvaro Obre gon Newspapers today quoted her as having told reporters at police headquarters I hope soon to be executed want to be Sister Concepcion did not admit that she had influenced Toral to slay the president elect She was quoted aa having added God must have wanted it otherwise He would not have permitted the the opened here IOWA FORECAST fair Tuesday night and Wednesday except possibly local thunilerslioivcrs Tuesday niter noon nnd niRlit in cast and south portions slifflitly cooler Tuesdny night in northwest portion LOCAL STATISTICS weather figures for U4 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Highest Monday 80 Degrees in Nifilit fifi Degrees At 8 A M BS Degrees July 102S passed into history Tues dny with a record for precipitation that will rank with the wettest in re cent years It totaled 5 IS Inches The maximum Monday was back in the SCa after three days of lower tem peratures Tuesday dawned cloudy with the wind straight out of the south Traced to Al Capone NI3W YORK July Polcc announced today that Uiey had Live information that the weapons with which Franlcio Halo Brooklyn was shot to death in n quiet Brooklyn street came from the Arsenal oC Kmrfuce Al Capone Chi cago racketeer ibovetf Days at Cedar Rapids to Conferences CSDAtl RAPIDS July Ono of tho concerted efforts of the campaign to Min fanners of he middle west over to tho cause of ilerbcrt Hoover republican presiden tial nnmincc will ho nmdo here AUR 2 and 23 at a wcrics of conferences of Turin leaders Hoover Plans Cor the conference wore bcRun immediately after an noun cement in Chicago yesterday by James Good western campaign niannRor for Hoover that two full diys would he devoted by tho candidate here to agri cultural conferences following his fid the night oC AUK ll at hig boy hood home West Branch It Is our Good said to have leaders in agriculture nt tins meeting coino in eJoKo contact Secretary Hoover to the end that there may hereafter exist no doubt in the minds of any friends of agriculture as to the Hinccro and sympathetic attitude of Mr Hoover toward thi3 basic in Further plans will takenup when Iowa members of the national republi can cnnintittii and ihn state chairmen meet with party leaders in Chicago Saturday The local conferences are nlso ex pected to bring Urn nominee before the republican state central commit tee which will hold its procam pa meeting here A UK 22 All county chairmen as well are expected to come here to nioct Hoover wbilo Sen ator 11 rook hart state officers con gressmen and numerous republican workers are likewise looker for at the gatherings or He n tuned as the mnn who Toral tho pistol with which ha killed Obrpfiron Describing tbo alleged con nection of the nun ajicl Trcjo with the assassination tho police statement fa id Toral disliked the idea ot tho bomb attack upon Obresron last Hut afterwords ho bcpran to believe that the killing of Obrepron could iringabout the solution of the re ligious qucHtlon altho Toral had not TUKX TO fl COMJMN 4 Brennan Near Death in Chicago Hospital TWO HELD FOR y BOTS DEATH Unordained Minister Is Ac cused of Aiding in Murder July unordnlned preacher and a farm er were in jail here today awaiting a hearing tumorrow on charges of mur der growing out of the recent discov ery of ho skeleton of Joe Walden 18 year old farm boy who disappeared more than a year ago The dismembered skeleton was found on the fnrm of Abo Kmlth one of the prisoners last week nnd Smllh was held on a technical charge oC suspicion until n coroners Jury yen tcrday hold 1 murder charge should bo preferred Henry Turner the prcnchrr engaged in i fist fight with tiie youth several weeks before ho rtlE npppiirccl Turner was arrested yester day on a murder charge Smith denied knowledge of the boys death Turner refused to make any statement CHICAGO July E Bronnnn to Illinois democratic loader was Bravely III from septic poisoning today in John U Murphy Mr Hinn ereived the sacrament oC Ex treme Unction the last rite of the Catholic church for the living from the Ttev Dr Lawrence Lee M r s Bronnnn their d a u g li t e r Mary and State soph L Gill broth rrlnlnw o t Mrs were at his bedside n u r a e In 1 K RRENNANchaige ot Mr iRronnan said at S oclock that her S patient was slightly improved and had tlon still is statement waa made as she awaited the arrival of at tending physicians An emergency operation waa psr orfneA last nlglit Dr Kiirl Meyer In an attempt to prevent uprond ot infection cnuscd hy extraction of two teeth A lung Infection had developed and the poison spread thru Mr Brennans entire system Since 1 HOT when he ramo to Chica go from Springfield where he wan a clerk nnd especialy ninco 10211 when bo succeeded Roger Sullivnn as dem ocratic leader in Illinois Mr Bron nan has been known ns the mnn he bind tbo only has be been a candidate for office himself Jn 19JS lie contested Col L Smith for tho United senator ship Known chiefly for his ability to holster democratic strength In a normally republican mate he was de feated by votes when there Were republican pluralities of sppnt g night altho his condl1 to in other contests AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I dont believe in polyg amy but sometimes on wash day I wouldnt care il Pa had another wife if she was right   

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