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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE AUGUST 7 1928 SENATOR TELLS OF DEFLATION ACTION AGAIN f CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 itatement was challenged by Frank B Howard editor of the Eima New Era who had Introduced the senator The Elma man produced a list which showed republicans had been members of the board as well as dem ocrats Tha senator reviewed again his oftrepeated statements of the amount of Iowa money that went into Wall street to The Sidewalks ot New ernor Smith ot New York for that situation since the New York stock exchange is under the indirect super Tlsion of the state of New York Changed His Following the address Mr Howard fcj reply to this statement about Smiths responsibility for stock ex change activities publicly stated that Brdokhart had changed his song from the nonpartisan league of Wall street to The Sdewalks of New Jn addition to the Brookhart ad dress there were street sports and a bail game between JSIma and Aita Vlstii which was won by the former POWDER BLAST BREAKS WINDOWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 tant Telephoneservice was disrupted J Tlte blast was heard In 40 nines distant The detonation blew burning de bris on the dock of Day Island nearly a half mile away and a woods fire started on the west sida of the milewide narrows The crafts en j tJre cabin was blown up on ths bluff near where Chrlstensen and his spn ia3 sought safety in a ground depree isloh The skipper felt some concern for occupants ofseveral small boats which put out to the aid of the dis tressed craft He said he shouted a to these but was not certain all the wouldbe rescuers learned of thd danger The boat wag bound from a du Pont power mill to Kenneydale dear Seattle Cause of Fire Unknoim Before the fire reached tiie powder fit threw off a weird light and huge Jcolurans of peculiarlycolored smoke which spectacle attracted crowds to jthe waterfront There was a mad scramble among the shore folk for safety as the cap ttaln and his son dashed along the the telephone company in an effort to learn the cause of the shock The explosion shattered the La Blanca which sank Only bits of wreckage remained when the dense smoke Cleared Cause of the blaze first seen in a Tarpaulin was unde termined COOLIDGE SURE G 0 P NOMINEE WILL BE VICTOR Senator Dale Says Presi dent Expresses Con fidence OUPEIUOR WIsM Aug J Senator Dale of Vermont who vis ited President Coolidge yesterday said he found the exccutiva confident that Herbert Hoover would be elected to the presidency in November Mr Coolidge acordlng to the Ver mont senator said he considered Mr Hoovers appeal to the electorate ir resistible Furthermore the president expressed the highest personal admiration for the republican nominee Senator Dale said and showed himself interested in the success of his cabinet officer a the polls as much for motives of per sonal regard ad friendship as fo purely partisan reasons President Coolidge approved yester day preliminary budget estimates fo the fiscal year 1930 amounting to ap proxlmately Brig Gen H M Lord director of the budget after only a day at the summer white house left late yesterday to return to Washington with all estimates ap proved ALL AMERICAN SWIM ENTRIES IN SEMIFINALS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 terflnal matches were Myers U Bob Pearce Australia Collet England and Gunther Holland Collet whom Myers has beaten In a preliminary heat today eliminated Joe Wright of Canada one of the strongest of the entrants Hungarian Pololsts Win Hungarys crack water polo team defeated France 5 to 3 today and won the right to oppose Germany for the Olympic title On tho motion of Murray Hulbert president of the Amateur Athletic Union ot America Joseph MacCabe of Boston was elected chairman ot the j International Amateur Athletic Fed eratlon rules and record committee at the closing session of the I A A F today The action marked the close ol F W Kubelns long service in that position and Was a decided victory for Hulbert in an A A U row now rag Ing between the nmateur ath letics In America and the secretary of the American Olympic committee TOWN READY TO GREET HOOVER CONTINUED FROM PAGE I lungs On the small porch stands a table bearing a register which bears the names of visitors from many states Whether or not the homecoming celebration will center around the old home Is not known Mrs Jessie Seel lairs now occupies the place and is sole owner Scene of The high school athletic field a huge natural bowlshaped amphitheater will be the scene of the great homecoming program Here seats for will be arranged and amplifiers Installed un ij beach shouting the warning Sudden f fly the narrows were lighted with a blinding flash and a mighty roar People were thrown ott their and pandcmonum nearby fol Frightened residents deluged I Corns Pain gone at a touch Thu instant you apply Dr Scholls Zinopads corn pain stops They re move the friction and pressura At drug shoe and dcpt stortB LIQUOR ISSUE IS QUESTION AT MISSOURI POLLS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 gubernatorial and congressional con tests A nearrecord vote was antici pated Republicans nominated to suc ceed Governor Ben S Paulen Include ihree state Gov D A Nr Chase Secretary of State F J Ryan and John Hamilton speaker of the house two publishers Clyde M Reed of Parsons and C F Scott of lola and Fred Volland ot Topeka Three democrats sought the guber natorial nomination i No National Issues Altho Oklahoma will nominate can daton for eight1 cbngressrdnarpbsls tnree state supreme court and one on the criminal court ot appeals the struggle has centered around candidates for county offices and the legislative race where heated campaigns have been staged for both senate and bouse Gov Henry S Johnson making an extensive stumping tour invaded strongholds of opposition leaders who attempted to convene a socalled Im peachment session of the legislature aimed at himself and other state offi cials last December BOARD IS TO DISCUSS BIDS FOR AIRSHIPS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Lieut Com Clinton Thavlll Lieut Thomas O W Ssttie and Lieut George V Whittle 8 million for 2 Dirigibles The bids may require considerable study and several are expected to elapse before the awards are made Congress authorized the expenditun of for the two dirigibles with available next year The legislation provided that coii struction of the second airship could be canceled if circumstances changed and that in this event not more than should be expended on one ship Under the specifications the airships must ba complete in detail and have massed a speed test of 72 knots an hour jefore being accepted by the navy Tho ength is limited to 7S5 feet and the it to 165 feet with the width not n excess of 137 feet The gas contain rs must be separate and fitted to hold either helium or hydrogen or a com bination of the two Crew of 30 Men A capacious control car quarters for 12 officers and a crew of 30 men a photographic laboratory and accom modations for cooking are required The vessel can be powered with not than four and not more than and and all other modern airship equlp ment It has not been provision is to be made for carrying airplanes hut It is known that consid erable thot has been given to this proposal the pain it gonel A Versatile Word BANGKOK Slam One Siamese word may mean either horse or according to the inflection ot the voice It a presidential candidate Is not greatly loved and bitterly bated he hardly is worth the trouble to vote for Rapids Gazette I Kill Insec Excursion to the Black Hills Round Trip to Rapid City Belle Fourche Hot Springs Tickets on Sale August Good in coaches of regular trains Return limit to reach qriginnl starting point by midnight of Aug 16 CHILDREN HALF FARE NO BAGGAGE CHECKED In addition to the above round trip tickets good In sleeping cars will be on sale at one fare for the round trip Good going only August 9 linal return limit August 16 1928 Usual sleeping car charges for space occupied Visit Rapid City the Gateway to the Black Hills See the School of Mines and Government Indian School Attend the formal opening of the Alex Johnson Hotel on Aug 11 which will be a gala day In Rapid City Dont miss the Days of Celebration at Deadwood Aug S910 C N W Ry Band will furnish music See the won derful Irrigation Project and million dollar beetsugar plant at Bella Fourche Visit the famous medicinal springs at Hot Springs SCENIC MOTOR TOUR RATES IN BLACK HILLS REDUCED ONETHIRD FOR THIS EXCURSION One Day Tour instead of Two Days Tour instead of For full particulars and tickets apply to Agent Chicago North Western Ry 1608 AIR PIPE SENT DOWN TO GREW OF SUNKEN SHIP CONTINUEDFROM PAGE 1 making their first descents despite terrible weather conditions Thework containued all day yesterday and s soon as night fell men of war stood by vlth searchlights concentrated on the spot The divers worked without Interrup tion In relays during the night Depends on Weather The success of the rescue work 1 was stated depended entirely upon th weather there being reason to hop that the crew might be saved If cond tlons did not grow worse The F14 is a coastal submarine o tha Fiat Sangiorglo type It wa launched In ID 17 and was due to b scrapped within a year It Is ot 25 tons displacement and therefore on of In the Italian navy Missionaries Present at Rudds Mission Festiva RUDD Aug annual mlsso festival held at the Eden Presbyte Ian church six miles north ot here was well attended The program fo Ihe day wae in charge of the pastor the Rev Henry Cramer The llev Henry Ahrens ot Kansa was the first speaker of the day H was followed by the Rev Rober Ahrens foreign missionary who i home from India on a years furlough At noon the women of the churc served dinner to more than 200 per sons The afternoon services were I charge of the Rev Robert Ahren and the Rev Edward Ahrens of Ne braska In the evening a Plma In dian the Rev Jackson from Arizona had the services and he di iivered nn interesting address on hi tribe its customs and beliefs com pared with the customs and belief of others tribes der the direction ot engineer from the University of Iowa at Iowa City a few miles distant Gov John Hammill and Charles W Rawson republican state committee man from pes Moines will be present also Senator Smith W Brookhart Hu bert Work national chairman may also be present All roads lending to West Branch including the Herbert Hoover high way which connects with the Lincoln highway at Lowden are being put Into the best of condition to take cara ot the great caravans of cars expected from all parts of tho state Baker proprietor ot Newts and alleged boyhood con queror of Herbert Hoover Is prepared to turn the key In the lock on his front door nnrt givo the loafers a clay oft to take pnrt In tho festivities It will he a great clny for West Branch MAN AND WIFE SLAIN IN BED Los Angeles Police Claim Bootleggers War Re sponsible LOS ANGELES Aug Three heavily armed men shortly be fore midnight entered tha home of Gaitano Binette shot him dead in his bed and then fired upon his wife Concettn whodied a halthour later in tho police receiving hospital her body riddled with shotgun slugs Tha police characterized tho double murdor as part ofa warfare hptween bootleggers and htjackers Maria Binette cousin of the mur dered and an eyeyltness of the slayings told police Binetta had beevv In fear of his Ufa for some time She saJd he had been kidnaped three months ago by gunmen but later was released Astonishing isnt it how old habits cling For instance a woman will pull up her skirts when she sees a mouse Republic DANDRUFF AND FAILING HAIR icmiijmlneHirnjtrforw troublel WiytcTox far tkia ailmenM Both fold GUM BuUd IfJ BOMBAY Its first motor cair built at Bombay by Dont Forget Theres only one place where you can dnnce a full evening 25 Cents Thats the American Legions Oldtime Dahcci In the Armory BVBRX NIGHT Towan Dies nt Braincrd BRAINERD Aug A L Walker 73 member of th Walker and Schubert lumber an realty company of Waterloo die in a hospital here from pneumonia yesterday Boating on Land LONDON An hours dally proc In a stationary boat is the mean whereby a rowing crew drawn fror a Strand restaurant staff are r ducing1 in preparation for their an nual boat race In Auguet ffI prefer Lucky Strikes International Golf Champion The finest in dust The finest ciga rettes in all the they say this of Lucky Strikes Theyve learned that toasting gives the utmost in smoking pleasure Theyve learned that toasting means throat protection Theyre pleased that doctors approve their verdict 1928 The AmericanTobacco Manufacturers   

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