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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 10, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER fORTHC AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NHWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 10 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 263 fl HIGH WATER THREATENS SOUTHERN FLORIDA DEMOCRATS OF STATE SEEKING PROTESHOTES Reynolds Claims G 0 P Is Alarmed About Status in Iowa DBS MOINES Aug ing the political situation In Iowa as offering a better prospect for demo victory than the party has wit Iriessed in many years tho democratic central commitlee in a special jiEjession yesterday evening resolved to i V initiate an early intensive campaign i I to obtain a switch of pro i is republican votes held sufll clent to insure victory at the polls Dr J TV Reynolds of Creston party t All in Readiness for Hoover Notification Saturday FLORIDA HURRICANE RECALLS DISASTER OF 1926 I Jtj national committeeman saw in the Hoover forthcoming Iowa visit late in August a republican admission of alarm over the situation in this state He told the committee the democratic was reasonably sure of convert i ing to its cause a block of republican votes similar to that which isupported Senator LaFollette in 1324 Campaign headquarters will be ropened in Des Moines in the next two with an executive committee of three assisting the committee in thc active conduct of the campaign it was Announced A plan of financing has een worked out on the basis of a 2vy each on the 10 most populous ounties of Iowa and a county or tlie remainder of the state A Ei jrnance committee in each county will 1 be charged with the duty oC collecting e quotas decided upnn Dr Reynolds informed the coinmit ityieea that national headquarters had a galaxy of outofstate speak rs for the Iowa campaign Regional jemocratlc headciuavters to be opened St Louis today will 5ivin Iowa r congressional districts owa In reports made to the com viewed the prospect for demo atlc victory as very fAVA VOLCANO STILLRAGING Three More Villages Devas tated Tidal Wave Hits Towns jjt BATAVIA Java Aug Three more villages on the coast ot sFIores Island have been devastated as Ma result ot tlie eruption of Rokatlnda vUvolcano which yesterday was reported to have caused the deaths of upwards persons on Paloeweh Island 1 The villages were swept by tidal j wave following a series oC submarine V earthquakes Ten persons were killed jj and a number injured I Five native vessels were driven i aahore but the crews were saved The volcano was still belching smoke today THREE MEN DIE MURDER IN Two of Executed Men Protest Innocence in Final Hour OSSIiNIKG N Aug Three men were put to death in tlie electric chair here last night thc first triple execution in this state since January 1927 Two of the executed men protested their innocence to the last One of them was Daniel Graham 2G a New York policeman who robbed and killed a paymaster he was assigned to guard The other was George Appcl 41 a former Chicago gunman who killed pollco Lieut Charles Kenimer in a Brooklyn holdup The third man to die was Alexander Kalinowskl 49 who stabbed to death P Chiefs Gathering to Hear Address Nominee Spends His 54th Birthday m Conference With Advisers BULLETIN Xeiv Yoili Aiiff change In p central standard time Saturday for upcii hip the broadcast of the Hoover jiDtifiratiun ceremonies at Palo Allo was announced today Previous plans tailed for he shirt of iho broadcast at 6 oclock Ninetyfive stations will broad fast the vfiroiiuniies GKOHGK L Associated Press Staff OTANfont UNIVERSITY O Aug Hoover came to tho fiftyfourth milestone oC lifo today on tlie eve of embarking upon the greatest adventure oC colorful Iho quest ot the pros idency lames Durnin principal keeper Auburn prison because he said did not receive enough to eat Lashed by a gale approaching that of September in fury a section at Florida Is taking toll ot the damage done by i hurrica 11 e which le velcd I telephoge dpwri t rees 1 IglU telephone wires ftnfl tied up shipping Above Lalie In jhtf pathlottlio sforhu Below a map ol tlie affected area and a 1926 view of wreclittEC 4n theIhurricanestruck path of Florida tti that time JvTow tiie Jfloridans are concerned with the approach of a new wrtcr nnrt tliebelief that nn otlicr tropical storm far out at sea is heading toward the coast Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Aug 3 you read in the paqpr this morning about em being able to broadcast the actual moving pu turcs over tho radio When a lot of us old timers are Just silling staring into space and look like we aro lay dreaming or going cuckoo our wives will holler what aro you setting there gawking at on to Maybe we will be looking into the universe watching Clara Bow rliF robo in her latest photoradio dra ma entitled You Aint Seen No th ins Tours Copyright OFFICIALS SEEK MILLIONS IN DUPONT RESIGNS TO HELP SMITH General Motors Chairman to Make Fight on Prohi bition Law NEW YORK Aug S BuPont chairman of the board of General Motors corporation has been granted a leave of absence to fight the prohibition law Alfred P Sloan president of GlobeGazette Offers Booklet on Drying Fruits Vegetables Prepare tor winter now Dont let your vegetables go to waste They may all be saved by the dry ing process Dont let your truit decay in the orchard By evapor ation its food value may be so locked up that you can release it to serve your purpose any day In tho year You need not depend on the sun abinc need not expose materials to the rain You can make for your self a simple apparatus that will do tlie drying in youikitchen All tlie practical knowledge there Is on the subject ot drying Is contained in a GOpago booklet Issued by the department of agri culture This Is a government pub lication our Washington In formation bureau will procure a copy any reader who fills out nnd malls the coupon below in closing 4 cents in coin or stamps for return postage and handling Write your name and address clear ly Frederic J HnsUin Director Tlra Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I inclose Iierciritli 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet on HOME DRYING Street City State General Motors said the board had re jected Mr DuPonts resignation which he had preferred because ho did not wish his activities as vice president ind director ot the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment to em barrass the corporations The board felt that tho position of the corporation having been stated was understood and that all should ap preciate that Mr DuPonts activities in connection with the associations work are entirely those pt an individ ual and dlr not concern the corpora Mr Sloan said in his announce ment His resignation was therefore not accepted and Mr DuPont was ac corded a leave of absence It was announced Mr DuPont would issue another statement today in which associates said he would come out in support of tho presidential can didacy oC Governor Smith Stafford King Named Commander of Legion at Austin Convention AUSTIN Aug Stafford King of St Paul was elected commander o the Minnesota Ameri can Legion at the closing sessions of Its annual convention here Wednes day He was named on the first Ixil lot King had 291 votes two more than required to elect II B Murray of St Cloud was his nearest rival with 142 Benjamin Andreen of New TJIm polled 110 votes Fred C Nelson of St Paul 18 and A B Kapplin of Du luth 17 King described as a rank and candidate was state adjutant of the Lesion from to 1325 and dminn the past year has been retiring head the 10 and 8 KElLOGirS PLAN Britain Is to Bring Matter of Disarming Before Gathering SLAYSJJUSBAND Woman Accused Him of Mis management of Their Business SIOUX FALLS S Mrs Nora Dezotcll shot and killed her husband Roy D Da zoteli 20 in Sioux Kalis business dis trict yesterday afternoon she told po lice he has mismanaged the affairs ot an electric store in which they were partners Dezolclt she siiid after driving to the police station had taken mer chandise from the storo and waa planning to send it outside tiirstate After warning police over the tele phonelo expect trouble Mrs Uc drove down town to whore her husband was sitting in a truck Her first shot said was fatal but after Dczotell had Icnpcd lo the sidewalk she emptied tho revolver at him before ho fell to the sidewalk She fainted at the polico slatton still holding tho empty gun in her hand Friends said DcznleJI ilseil In tho storo tiie proceeds from a farm hip wife opornlerl near bore Al Smith at Final Rites for Brennan Democratic Nominee Mourns at Bier of Illinois Leader CHICAGO Aug jbolemii ritual oC the Catholic requiem high muss for the Us somber echoes thru Our IjEidy if Mt Carmel church today as high uid alitte joined in a parting trib ute to George K Brcnmin dead demo cratic leader of Illinois Gov Alfred 33 Smith of New York staunch friend of the Illinois national committeeman was among the mourn ers who bowed their heads in reverent ilence while the last rites were said Governor Smith making a special trip from New York lo attend the ser vices occupied a well down near tlie sacred after opposite Mr Brcn ria ns f am i 1 y Thc sc r v ics wan o x tremely simpleIn accordance with the wishes of the family and no lowers at the church Smith Parly Arrives CniCAGO Aug Al fred E Smith of New York and a par ty of eastern democratic lenders ar rived in Chicago at a m today to pay their final respecls to George Brennan the late democratic chief tain of Illinois at his funeral ser vices Their train tho Twentieth Cen tury Limited pulled into the station 20 ahead of schedule Tho pnrty vnn Immediately hurried away in Jiutomohiles to the Brennan n 0 i hieves Kansack oix GENEVA Ausr The Kcl home where most inti SARGENT GRANTS BEDDOW PAROLE Former Sioux City Stock Salesman to Get Lib erty Aug 12 WASHINGTON Aus Frank Becldoiv former Sioux City stock salesman sentenced to seven years In prison for nsing thc mails to defraud was granted a parole today by Attorney General Sargent effective Aug 1 A fine of still stands against the prisoner Beildow was convicted in South Da kota after a sensational ascendency to wealth He recently was recommended for parolo hy thc parole board but the at torney general dirt not net upon the recommendation until today Electrical Worjter Killed MARION Ansr Hardln 35 electrocuted while working on a high tension line logg treaty outlawing1 war is likely to bn discussed by the league of nations assembly in September Tho pact WHS officially hrot to thc tion of the league by ttreat Brit a which is evidently one of general interest lo all league This mnkea it possible for tho league to discuss the document which will ho signed Into this month anrt it fa regarded as certain that it will be debater it was thot will cover the significance of the to the maintenance of international peace us an encourag of armamen gement to tlie ts Homes at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS Aup Dunns the1 band concert Wednesday while pcojlf away from homo thieves broko into six homes Dr C T Ciiirrnnn suffered lie lois in cash heintr lakeii They in thru the kitchen vlniloiv removing thfi screen At tho homo of the postmaster men stonor was taken Mrs Has tads next dnor also was entered few oC mate friends of the S id leader joined members of his family In pri vate services Despite the early nr rival of the train a crowd of several hundred per sons was gathered fit tho station to greet tho presidential nominee Demonstration Because of the nature of tho occa sion thnro was little demonstration Crowds lined lie sidewalks as Smith was taken hy automobile lo the Bren nan home Governor Smith remained only five inlnulea at the Rrnnnnn home on Sheridan Road he expressed hLs sympathy nnrl deep Borrow to Mrs and her dnnslitor Mary Ho viewed the bortv of lite friend and fol Thc birthday anniversary found the republican nominee fit and eager for the preelection fight and ho cole bra ted it hy discussing policy and strategy with his chief political lieu tenants and receiving reports as to tho progress in perfecting thc nation wide organization which will bo thrown into action soon in his behalf These lieutenants include Dr Hu bert Work chairman of the republi can national committee Senator George IT Moses of New Hampshire chairman of the notification commit tee Gov John S Fisher oC rcnvtsyV vanla former Gov Perclval P Bax ter ot Maine and stale Senator Fred erick C VValcoU of Connecticut Hcaclica Chief Dr Work and Governor Fisher ar rived here late last nfgrht and are house guesla at the Hoover home Senator Moses Baxter and Senatoi Walcott came on from San Francisco where they arrived yesterday along with a number of other party who are gathering for notification ceremonies tomorrow in the Univer sity stadium The conference with tho nomlncu face lo face around Ills table Dr Work and Senator Moses who have becix reported to bo at odds over campaign matters Before the meeting Dr Work said reply to a question that there been no differences between them so far as ho was concerned while Senator Moses made a positivedenial of therumors Hoover set aside a part of the morn R to do some work on tho speech lio is to deliver at his birthplace at West Branch on tho evening or AUK 21 Tills now almost in final form nnd will ho ready for dislnlni tion to newspapers beiore the can didate leaves here next for the return trip to Washington iiicst of Ncwspiiiicniien The only social Hoover had matte for birthday was that with a group of newspaper cor res pondents and news iihotographtMa who accompnniorl him nrmss the con tinent and who had ruranped a birth day surprise for him jDr Work made an en rly presonla TUKN TO PAfiK 5 COMMN 1 POWER DAM IS IN DANGER OF FLOODING AREA Another Storm Out at Sea Believed Head ing for Coast BULLETIN ATLANTA Aug storm which struck Florida Burly this week witli such damag ing force recurved lost night northeastward and today was mor IMC vvlfli mnilerafe intensity ac companied by licnvy ruins thru South Georgia toward the Atlan tic coast BULLETIN JACKSONVILLE Aug 1R is rising last be himl tho dam of ho Florida Power company at InKis nnrt reports rcnchiiiK here say that the struc ture is seriously endangered C Jamison slnam operator at tho power plant said It Is look in pretty Officials of the company could not bo rcjithciJ St Louis Insurance Firm Undergoing Rigid Examination Aug ab so nee from the as sets ot tho international LUo liiaxir anco company unexplained by It president Roy C Toombs Chicago the attention of eight insu unce examiners here The meeting of the commissioner was another step in tho investigate of the company for which recefvershf was asked yesterday by two of it stockholders Massey Wilson S founder of the company an C TV jLotiir of Tupelo AHss Jn their petition Iho two stockholders as Iced tln federal court to restrain Toomhb rom clispOKins1 of any stock oE the ntcrnational lo order the re loratioii of the missing securities anrt o pro vent reo n tion or rel ns u r inco of tlie company until a thoro ox mination is made Today was the date set by the eight commissioners for Tomhs to appear Auf water accumulating in tha vako of a 48hour hurricane and eavy ivain harassed Florida today ust as thestale began to emerge from rtrtial temporary PEImlysia occasioned y the fury of tho winds The north end of Okeechohee n tho southeastern part of tho state apparently vvns the most seriously af fected area and tho oC Red s attention One hundred persons in the Hparscly settled area west ot Jupiter on the cast const were receiv ing their first meals in nearly days from Red Cross trucks sent in from Palm Across tfto state the huge power dam at Inglis one of the largest Jn the state was threatened by high water Tho dam is on the western fringe of the storm area 100 miles north of St Petersburg KlorMijisKjo Atlantic AI ca n w hi I G i ri d n cas t an a pp re hensive eye out nvor tJie Atlantic toward Hattt wlienuc came last stovnt where another nut produce tho securities His at tor1 it was headed in Ihe direclion o Walter K Chorn Kansas City the Hahnmas jnjrl the Jnvver end of tropical disturbance of cyclonic forct was accumulating Whilo the phenomenon was begin ning to look Jiko tho that raked Iho state two days this week its tronrse was problematical C said however that Too nibs wan not iblc bn iiresont but would arrive n time for the meeting oC the Inter national Life stockholders Monday In Chicago last night Toomba again itOmisod to a statement today which would olear up verything nc cordinpr to an official oE the Toomha vhfh Toombs is head The official said Toombs expected to roretvo the eport of the bank examiners today uitl time for analysis of thn sit lation will makn n public stalnnout The homes nf Fred Tnlvim I he nil Hi cI proprietor nf thc lowor where lay in tho center of thn spacious living room surrounded nnd covered with hunlw of floral ofrerings Thc governor thru was driven at once to the Mount Carmol church Worth County Farmer mclt market and the home nf Mrs Mary Turner were entered and ran The British communication did notisacked but nothing but money include tho text of the KcllORK pactlat thc wo homes but merely the text of Britains notes interpreting the proposals In a cov erinR noto fireat Britain said that in considering the American proposal thc government hart been at great pains to assure Itself that acceptance would not Involve any inconsistency with Blue Earth Woman Finds Body of Her Husband Mrs Au KAHTH Aug liautt found body of her Tuesday morning in thc Britain remarked that communica tions to Washington make clear that there Js no such conflict To Build Gymnasium CKDAR RAUIDS Aug Coo college officials announced thnf within a month bids will be nskcd for thc construction of a gymiiiM Glum barn hanging from a rafter she went to look for him when he failed to return at 1 a m Mr Hnutt who was years old subject to liny fever and tins year it was more trou blesome than before nnd complaining to his wife that he was choking he left the house at 1 a m to get Into the cool morning air They lived on a farm four miles northwest of Blue Earth IOWA FORECAST Iriiir Kriiljiy nr lint much fliaiiRi1 in cmptr nlurr LOCAL STATISTICS CJ lobe Gil r f iod 1 hour n IYfday Highest Thursday lowest in Night At 8 A M Friday fn spite of the fficl Jit tin from thc northwest in thc tiloljeLirizettcs govern in maximum tliorniomotor shot up to Is Held for Bootlecroins flosrccs Cfillriins thc hih of lhr i previous day which was as high temperature recorded this it 71 Dowrrrs Iiat the thorn Iho mercury SPEAKIN IOWA Democratic Nominee Con siders Invitation of Iowa City IOWA CITY AUK Alflpc I1 Smith noninico may visit Iowa City nnrl rle livtMa cninpniKn spcoch hern a lottei tirun II Cnrnlis vifc rliair innn oE thn burcni of tlu tliifiunal imli state Kit hoiit must head out toward ho Atlantic within tho next 100 miles of its progress or die out iC the stale escapes its fury As for the storm of Tuesday It waa pnrtcrl curly today at Mobile to hava lisaipated itself in GuK ot Mex ico altho somewhat heavy winds were blowing toward the jyulf Htatos The national Red Cross and Tocnl relioc agencirs already had taken a iand in the survey of conditions loft by tho hurricane when I C Hull iding Jupiter on the t const reported distrcKsinf condi tions in Ilia Kpfirscly HCttled rich farm hip country cant of Mis information however concen trriled ntlention on that arcn lnjit Crop IIulT readied West Palm Beach to report conditions only after a peril ous trip hy nutomohilo over xvashed out roads nnd loLterlng1 bridgeSj cFared that hfs ornlinrda were dam ngcrt to tho pxtent of nnd others suvrounrHnF him suffered a Ukfi At Okoorhobeo ni fjridpea nnd roade loaJitig into tho town wore washed out arid Taylors creek running thru llio town more than a mile wide usually ran feet in width Tho river con tinned to rise slowly as did ntlur 1 rihutiirios on tho In lo Citys invitation tr vovcinor Hinith clcllvfr ni ruhliOHs licrc Combs sniij tlint lie1 rould not locnl officiils drf iiuUly wliat tin1 Kovoriiors itincritry tu1 hut thit he write riH snrid as it work out alsn sulilntl that Iowa Citys In pnttictii coiusidciiilion TURN TO 5 COMIMX J A E Weicnctii ar XORTIIWOOD Diinviil restod hy Siicriff on a cliarpe of bootlcg 3 ing Jfo wnived exnmi natlon and Mayor E M Knhin bound him over to the grand jury Ho Rave bond and was rrloasecl from custody Eight Men on Italian Sub Got There Thru Error mor Thl s Italy Aug was loarnod today lliat A P H eiKlit of thb men who died iboanl tho Italian sub marine FH vicllma of a tragic mfstnke Thec were approntico motor ists iinrl liarl been oriiercil to hoard llio K15 Unt hy an onnr went aboard the FH to tlvcir deaths e tllirt sum T 1 C1 V I rock temiiRiatura fri WO baglC blOVe f amillCS Hold Picnic at Cornelia OIIOVK Aug piinic ly the Sehoonoicr and Cotton families of KaKle was hrltl at Cornrlia Tim ovctit was in lionnr of Mr nnd Mrs Kvcrott Cotton atid drniLjliter of tortown S and Cliaso Cotlun of ChicaRo Others prrspnt In addition to of honor wore Mr nnd Mia Harry KeUootuiver Mr and Mrs How iarrl Sclioonovei Mr nntl lred Cotton Mrs Marprnrot Hoylson Mr jnnd Mrs J Cotton Mi and Mrs I M K Maf XallRhton nivl Sarah and llfr fipnnvlovo anl Mr uirl Mrs iClaicnco Barnes and KOII Glon llicic was at loast n racn of pmniiso AUNT HET By Robert Quillen 0 This was my clay to put on clean sheets but Pas got a bad cold an is scared to take a   

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