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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                fl YH WAS DAILY NEWSPAPER FINAL EDITIOH VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 6 1928 FIVE CENTS PER copr ASSOCIATED 1UESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 259 DOUBLE TRAIN WRECK IN ILLINOIS KILLS NINE 1 itI HAMMILL AND BROOKHART IN ATTACK ON PEEK Governor Has No Apolo gies to Make for Hoover DES Aug George N Peek of Mollne chairman of the Committee of 22 who last week announced that ho would eupDort Alfred E Smith for the pres idency was the subject of two attacks over the weekend by Gov John Ham mill and Senator Smith TV Brook hart both of whom lauded Herbert Hoover as a friend oC the Governor Hammill made public an open letter to Peek In which he re plied to Peeks challenge to reconcile his fight for agricultural with his support of Hoover Hammill as serted that he had no apologies to make for his advocacy of the repub lican candidate or any criticism of Peek for his stand as an Individual He did however declare that Peek had noright to publicly claim your personal views are views of the Replies fo Brenner Yesterday came a communication from Senator Brookhart to John E Brenner oi Mapleton In which the senator attacked Mr Peek for assert ing that Hoover held down farmers prices duringthe war and for claim Ing that Hoover deflated them after the war Senator Brookharts communication Vaa occasioned by the refusal of the Monona County union of whichMr Brenner is a member to Jet Brookhart speak before It because of his support ot I not be In the slightest wJth me prea German Steamer Picks Up Polish Flyers WANTED IN U S Budget Is Near Four DEFENSE COSTS ARE UP LORD TELLS COOLIDGE DIRECTS CAMPAIGN United States lias asked he French foreign office in Paris u grant extradition ot H M BlncUmer nbove wanted in Den ver on a charge of perjury in con nection with the Teapot Dome in vestigation The derision of ilie French has not been made known Uo S TO ID Senator Brookhart Tvrote to Sorrow was expressed by the senator that you haxe fallen Into the hands of this gang ot Tammany j Xl Smith He said lie Is sure Sir Brenner would not have omitted In his letter refusing a speaking date the fact that you had Invited me to speak anfl that my letter to you was In answer to your The Brookhart letter attacked tho statement that held down farmers prices during the war a statement which he aaid Peek told you Brookhart added that he has the documents with the signature of Charles S Barrett national president of our Farmers union In whom we have every confidence and Instead of holding down the prices Hoover held them up during the war Ijflj3 Blame on Peelt Senator Brookhart charged in the communication that Peek himself Is the man who tried to deflate the farm ers after the war and he would hava succeeded but for tho emphatic inter ference of Senator Carter Glass then secretary of the treasury Hoover by sheer courage and purchased the entire surplus of farm products In the United States and has never done so much for tht farmers at any one time as he did In this transac Peek put out the false story that Hoover wrote tho veto of the Mc TsnryHaugon bill Senator Brookhart charged I have personal knowledge that thla is he added RETURNED HOME French Foreign Office Considers Extradi tion of Yank MRS HAGUE IS SUICIDEVICTIM Iowa Republican Committee Member Ends Life at Farm Home FAIRPIEbD Aug PearlHague first district member of the Iowa republican state central com mittee committed suicide by shooting today at her farm home northwest of here A note told of Mrs Hauges plans to commit suicide and indicated that fear of losing her mind nnd tortures from spirit Influence and medium ffhip wore responsible A revolver was by her side and a bullet hole in her head Mrs Hauge who was 10 years old was lected to the state central com mittee at Des Molnes last month She is the daughter ot Sheriff John P Wire of Kinsley Kans The coroner decided that no inquest was necessary 69 Million Dollars Are to Be Spent for Aviation Aug O Brig Gen H M Lord director of arrived here today to sub mit to President Coolldge preliminary budget estimates for the fiscal year totaling less than The budget direStor said altho granting substantial increases to a number of government departments he had managed to keep the total wlfh n the figure which bad been set by President Coolidge In his speech on June 31 to the business organizations of the government for the fiscal year jeginning next July The budget for the fiscal year just ended amounted to about Accounts for Increase The Increase over the total of prev ious years General explained was accounted for not only by In creased proposed appropriations for government agencies buteby the fact that all probable expenditures were prpviaea for In catlmateB wifcreaa previously many Sterna fpucli as ax refunds were not taken into account An increase of nearly for national defense over the previous year was Included In the preliminary estimates brot to Superior today Whereas for the current fiscal year the budget provided for this purpose General Lord plans to devote In 1930 Several army and navy bills arc pending how ever which may upset theso figures somewhat The increase In the naval appropriations will be largely to pro vide for naval construction More Funds fur vken Pipe Line Forced Aviators Down in Atlantic Politics are no mystery to Mrs Alvin T Ufrt at Kentucky rice chairnmn of the republican na tional committee who is directing the womens camniiij from tlie Washington headquarters Her liusbnml wns a national commlt teemnn ami sinio ills death she has carried on bin work Rescuers Find Crash Victims Swimming About Wrecked Airplane Kubala Injured After Reaching Boat Portugal Kaslmlr Kubula said today that broken pipe lino forced him ami his companion Ixjuis Idzlkowskl to turn back after they had flown 21 ot tho 42 hours which they estimated it would take them to fly from Paris to New York The airmen were rescued when found swimming in the sea near the wreckage of their plane the Marswilek PilsudsUI by the German steamer Sanos Saturday and brot to Twcxicoes near Oporto On board the ship Ku bala slipped nnd fell cutting his right forearm on broken glass Knbala Interviewed In the Oporto lilitary hospital said that after they ad flown 21 hours tho tube feeding he oil stopped working The airmen liot It would be impossible therefore o continue their flight to America and ecided to retvirn When they were 70 miles off Cape westernmost point of Spain they noticed additional dam ige This caused the wings to cal apse and the heavy sestjulpline Umged Into the sea near the Samors ihe wings broke and the plane was lamagcd in other respects threw ourselves Jnto the iald Kubala We swam toward the Samoa crew rescued us nn hen took the plane In tow We weri altogether 3S hours In the The nirmen plan to leave for Paris vlth their plane on Wednesday AMERICAS OAR ENTRIES FINISH DAY WITH WINS Hungary Eliminates U S Water Polo Team in First Competition CLOTBN Holland Two victories nnrt n row over the latter caused by the French four scratching sent American oarsmen thru the fourth day ot the Olympi wing regatta without casualties The United suites double scullers scored a three length win over th Austrian pair from the Wicking Lin club near Vienna and a little later th PAKIS Aug de inand for extradition of Henry M Blackmer missing Teapot Dome wit ness wanted in Denver for perjury was made 10 days ago by the Ameri can embassy acting on Instructions from the state department The legal department of the French foreign office considered no action could be tnken until the documents in the case had arrived and been ex amined These have now reached rvtris Thej were sent by a special messenger anr have beon transmitted to the foreign office It was snid there that a de cision might be reached speedily Keep Eye on Blncknier In the meantime Blackmer will be kept under a sort ot surveillance bs tho French authorities who nrc no disposed to arrest him until a decision is reached Blackmer turned to Paris from Trouvillo this morning going to his usual residence the Hotel Plaza Athonecs He had rend the newspaper and came up to consult friends He will probably return to Trouvillo In n dny or two Blackmer had rented a cottage at Trouvillc where his dnlighter Mrs Kistlor and her children are spend ing the summer with him Blnckmers general position In re sisting extradition is understood to he that he came to Franca on a holiday two or three months before there was any question of his testifying in the Teapot Dome case He affirms that he did not come to avoid testifying hut that while here agitation arose and he decided not o return Ills attitude is that he lias not heen hiding and that his movements have beon quite public Tie has heen un willing however to discuss his case with newspapermen Procedure The extradition procedure in France Is fairly rapid but must follow rigid legal form If the foreign office legal depart Aviation also will have morefunds in for Its development present estimates would devote to army and navy aviation in 1930 ns compared to in the previous budget Further General Lord indi cated an increase would also be al lowed to the aeronautical branch of the commerce department Estimates for public buildings were boosted in the 1MO estimates to from in 1929 This total altho including the extensive building program In Washington did not Include expenses which the slate department will incur In providing buildings for its foreign missions In addition had been allowed TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 8 Injuries Fafal to Youth OXAWA Aug suffered when the car In which he Was riding wth four other boys wns upset near Onawa Sunday night caused the death In an Onsuva hos pital of Sumner Smith son of Prof Leon Smith None of tho other boys was hurt mcnt finds a presumptive reason for extradition that the demand Is not political in its nature the papers nre forwarded to the ministry of justice which is then competent to decide If the evidence is sufficiently substantial to submit to an extradition court con sisting of five judges This court sits permanently so decisions may lie ren dered promptly LAKK CITV Aug tile auiomobile hi w Two Uilleil nt When hich they were riding was struck by a Northwestern gasoline motor ear Richard Pierce 18 nnd his 2yearold son of Storm hilled here Saturday CONSTRUCTIVE ISSUES FIRST Hoover Campaign to Be Con cerned With Plans for Future STANFORD UNIVERSITY Hig Hoover gave liis attention today to tho larger questions of campaign policy which will come up for discussion nnd de cision at conferences he Is to hold at his home here with party leaders Im Brings Booze Question Up Missourians Have Candidates in Primary Backing Volstead Change ST Aug ing a primary campaign in which the wet and dry Issue has overshadowed other Questions such as farm relief and river Improvement tho republi can and democratic voters of Missouri will ballot tomorrow on candidates for one national and a number of major state nominations The wet and dry ciuestion was in jected Into the campaign when Sen ator James A Heed attacked Charles Hay St Louis attorney and can didate for the democratic nomination for United States senator on the rounds that the latter was dry and out of harmony with the national democratic ticket Jnmcs Collet Enters This was followed by the entrance of James A Collet an but and out wet into the democratic race against liny In tho rcpublicnn race two candi dates Senator David M Proctor of KanKiis City and W O Atkeson of Butler are running as drys while Na than Frank a wealthy St Louis law yer Bernard P Bogy of St Louis and Henry A Bundsohu of Kansas City have come out for modification of the prohibition laws The sixth candidate Roscoe C Pat United Stntes district attorney at Kansas City who Is conceded to have strong iTpublican organization support except In Rt Louis has come out against nullification of the dry laws hut has not made prohibition an issue In his speeches The wet nnd dry issue extends alno Rogers 1 BEVKRLY HILLS Aug 5 Hew down from the Bo hemian Grove Hoover didnt show up fit their great show last night some advisors come and lie had to stay and listen to them That must be the hardest part of being a candidate Is to hava to listen to their hooey Somebody must have taken the dessert away from our athletes In Holland They are doing better K you ever said a prayer say one for the return of Fred Stone to tho stage He has given inoro peoplo real clean wholesome laughs than any man that ever stepped on our stage What a character of a man he is to see him la to admire him to know him Is to love him Yours r WILL ROGERS Copyright 1D28 Mother Son Injured when Gar WEALTHY LOS ANGELES WOMAN KILLEDJN HOME Suspect Admits He Gave Victim a Terrible from the Thames Rowing club by scant length in the hardest fough race of the day Manager Henry Burke of the Amer can creivH ami coaches ivcre none to pleaded at the of the Penr barge four without coxswain from rac ing today because they say the oars men need heavy workouts to keep fromjj growing stale In drags over too to the American view Two American fencers qualified to day for the semifinals in the Olympic individual championship competition Navy Four Wins Lieut George G Calnan of the United States navy New York gained the bracket hy winning seven bouts and losing two nnd Dr Allen B Mil Mrs John Received Serious Cuts Mrs J H Siesseger wife of the superintendent of the Mason City and Clear Lake railway and her 7 year old son John received serious In uries Saturday morning when a Nash whiclVi by J00 ot many days according cjty struck a rut witn Iooso firavel and plunged over a 10 foot embankment near Osage Mrs Siosseger who was riding in the rear seat received a broken left an kle a broken left shoulder n badly twisted neck and deep cuts about the face Her son John riding in the front seat received a deep gash ex Icmling across his forehead and the ner of Paris Krancp came thru with four bouts won out of nine A third American Kdward W Barnctt ot Paris was eliminated The British Crosso team today defeated the JohnsHopkins university twelve representing the United States by a score of 7 tr G in Olympic play thereby the hopes of the Baltimore aggregation for undisputed world championship recognition Hungary defeated the United States 5 to 0 on the Olympic water polo com petition today U S KHmimileiT Tho Americans defeat at the hands of the strong Hungarian outfit meant their elimination in their first match of the tournament They drew a bye in the first round Hungary will encounter France In Iho semifinals Britain plays Germniiy in the other semifinal Miss Martha Norlcius In winning the 400meter free style swim for the U flashed the most Impressive race ever seen In feminine swimming at tho distance hat with first place safely stowed nwiy after 100 meters the real fight was for second position between the stout nnd strong Dutch girl Miss Urailn and the slim young American Miss MfTvim Thn latter swam a plucky rare but her strength failed in the last SO meters and snc full length of his face when he was thrown against the windshield Joe Puth who was driving Mrs Pnth Mary Siesseger and Helen Hislop suffered only minor cuts and bruises The ptrty was on the way to Dccoruli taking Miss Hislop who had been visiting with the Putli family here to her home Three and onehalf miles enst of Osnge the car wheels struck a nit fillet with loose gravel inrl before Mr Puth could regain con trol of the machine a second rut threw them down the embankment The car did not turn over but remained In the narrow steep ditch The injured persons wero rushed to i the Osage hospital where their wounds 1 LOS ANGELES Aug lltlon of another violent murder case confronted the police today In tho alay ing of Mrs Myrtle L wealthy and socially prominent ant bartered bofly was residence district Leo 20 a suspect was found groveling in clothes closet on tho first floor 11 denied killing the woman nhho h said he gave her a terrible police said Discovery of the crime was reported by her husband 1Yank Mellus club nan and vice president of a whole sale concern who returned home Inte from a days fishing trip The house locked nnd he forced a door to gain entrance Discovery of the wns made by police who overpow ered Kelly when he attempted to es cape Kobbery was discarded as a motive when a jewel case containing jewels tho husband valued at was ound unmolested When confronted ly tiie womans husband Kelly lunged it him and shouted Take these hand cuffs of me Ill kill hitii Kn Ioute to police headquarters he at tempted to cap from the police car several times Mellus and other relatives told po fi they never hul hrvirrl of Kelly A Isegro maid told tho police she prepared brrakfnst for Kelly and Mrs Mellus about 8 a yesterday and lhat the two were alone In the house1 when she left snnti nfler being given the day off hy her mis tress fo a bullet in my FIFTY INJURED AS 17 COACHES LEAVE TRACKS i Long Iron Pipe Blamecij for Accident at Mounds 111 j MOUNDS Aug passengers were known to havaf heen killed and approximately 200 jured when two fast Illinois Central passenger trains wore derailed ona mtlo north of here early today Fifty Injured Including 19 persons nml 31 Negroes were taken1 to hospitals nt Cairo nine miles south of here Some of thcso wore critically hurt i An official statement by tho Central placed tho number of dead M nine M lilnnio Wreck on Pipe i The trains derailed wero No 16 CMclcnsiiw northbound from Memphis to St nnrt No 3 southbound Chicago to New Orleans limited Tlio wreck was caused hy a larga stiver which had dropped from a freight train which preceded the LoniKIiound passenger train Train Xo 1C first struck the and threw it against the southbound Iraclr throwing It out of line juat AS o 3 passed Tile engine and 10 cars f No 3 worn derailed nnd struck Xo JR deralllnf seven cars of that viln which was standing still The known dead are Lewis A rret an 40 of Mattoon express on No 1G Toe Sedlnch West Orange N J Mrs Bud Snirtpr West Orange N Jy Three unidentified Negro women Sedlnch and Mrs Snider known as Fannie Covey were members of clip1 temporarily dressed and then to tho Mercy hospjtal here in were brot tho Meyer ambulance Dumngo to tile Nash sedan was rou tined to Jammed fenders and bumpers broken windshield and a broken glass in the rear police Into the gubernatorial race to some finished Imdly spent extent Rennelt n Dry mediately before and after the notifij Lieul Gov Phil A Bennett repub cation ceremonies at Stanford Uni versity next Saturday Those in the confidence o the republican presidential candidate are authority for the prediction that so far as Hoover himself is concerned his speeches wiil be devoted to an ox position of his own policies and tho relationship of government to the many economic nnd commercial prob lems at present or soon to arise To the sort of campaign in which the people are Interested Is an affirm ative one the presentation ot construc tive plans for the future rather than one devoted largely to attacks upon Ilia opposition Plans for carrying on such a fight In the time Intervening beforethe general election on November G at ready have been tho subject of con ferencea the nominee has had with leaders These will he further out lined at his meeting here with Chair man Hubert of the republican national committee and others who ara controting the Integral parts of thg vast organization built up llcnn has made ills campaign on an TL1RX TO PAGE 10 COLUMN 3 Tent to Seat to Be at West Branch BRANCH Aug big Lent under which from to 000 persons can he sealed at Jleibert Hoovers homecoming celebration here AIIR 21 will arrive In West Branch A MPT 13 Twentyfive men will bo em ployed three lays to set it up tor thg Father Blames Liquor for Shooting His Son BURLINGTON Anp K Ecclcs 73 nhot and Wiled hi3 24 year oltl son Paul In their cottage IOWA LEADER DESERTS SMITH Democratic Committee Woman NinaTalk Will Support Hoover TCSSEX A Nina Fa Ik democratic committee woman from Hie eighth Jowa congressional district nnd delegate to the Houston convention of the party which nomin ated Got Alfred K Stnilli of Now Vork for president in a signed statement repudiated the nominees and platform of thn democratic pnrly and declared her allegiance to Herbert Hoover and the entire republican tick et Tho statement of TvTiss Kalk declared sho has become convinced thnt Her bert Hoover the host frfend the hnre Saturday niffUl Eccles who Rays jfnrmer lias ever had nnd she visnil he did not Intend to kill liis son atjized a of prosperity with Hoov trlbutea the act to liquor v vr flouTic Mnn Knils cowniK AUK A Cunntilst veterinarian rommittel ioUIe hy lianpinp lilmsrif from Ijanister la Ills home here Inst nisht AL SMITH MAY REPLY TO WHITE Nominee Studies Charges of Kansas Editor Regarding Liquor Leanings ALBANY X Aug Governor Smith lost no time today on returning to his office after a 10day absence in beginning n study nf the charges made his legislative re cord by William Allen White Kansas editor The democrat in presidential nominee called for data from his office assis tants but declined to commit himself whether ho intended to reply to White Originally the Kansas editor charged that Smith an assemblyman fav ored the interests and was len ient in his attitude toward gambling and commercialized vice Last week just before sailing for Turope White withdrew that part of his charges relating to gambling and vice Mrlntyru Is Reappointcil Aug dent Coolidgo roappointed today Maj CPU Frank E Mclntyre chief of the bureau of insular affairs at the war rkpartment General Mclntyres ap pointment would have lapsed on Aug 15 I j Wea IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy Momliiy nnd Tucsdny Possibly local thniulpi slinwcrs Slightly warmer in ex treme easlern purium LOCAL STATISTICS Weather figures for hour poiIod ending ftt S n in Monday Highest Siindiiy 80 degrees tn nifilit fitf dcureofl At 8 A M Monday 10 degrees Wonlher figures for 24 hour jjeriort R n m Sunday Highest 8ft jleprrps Lowest TI rug hi HI degrees At 8 A M Sunday fil degrees The wind In the south Monday with weather conditions indicating thin is Roinj to be one of tho rljiys when man to pet out of hoi of fices into cooling tokos and streams Her I Jured f Si III Hunt for Rndfon Spared continued for other bodletf licJlevert to be In tho wreckage It was the terrible thlnff I mve ever Krl MXulurtnr of train Xo Tf said Our hfitl beeii warned hat tho pipe our track jut WP struck II feet before wa iad expected to Tho It knocked the TiJoL off the wo were able to slop immcdiaUly because we wern n nt a rate of speed y when we Mmck Iho pipe it lilt a j 1 on the other I r ick I h ro ing it nit nT line Half n minute later nnd before we niihl IlaK H No 3 earnc roarlnff down he rtht of wny 10 mMes nn hour The Icnuled and plotved Jnto bo PulEmnns of No If rippincr thru hn rut ire sirlti of n number of cars lakJnpr before ft I bo whole of ileepinpr pfKSHonRers There In thy riarknoss made mora Ten so by tho smoke and dust or n KO n y from tho i n j u r e I nnd t ho of the dyhiRwas aw Comlmrtor Wluilen took the nc of train on into St Louts Is destination Unsorlljos Srene H A Moll of Cfiiro who wns a pas seiiKfn on Xo lii said tho accident oo at a m The train struclc it 10 Inch server pipe 16 foot which apparently had fallen from freight car The engineer sot the brakes nnrt the t ra in s t o ppn tl iv 11 h a Jol L hu t no on a was Injnird T11 o p po wa a t h ro w n n c ross th southbound tracks and before a flagr man tnnld lie out train Xo 3 rushed ntul bo Thn and ten loft thai Irnrk atid Nn aevcn earn of wliirli wrro derailed Home of Iho rats xvoro tbrnwn rliaponally ncrosfi Iho while otliera wera over tu riufl nn their siIrs Cut Cars For Tho lights went TLUN TO PAOK M B AUNT HET By Robert Quillen K I do go to hell it will he Pas fault He makes me mad ever time he lends more money to that triflin brother of   

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