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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                Ho tow AS DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY EXTRA VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AXD INTERNATIONAL NEWS 8UPPU3MENTAL SERVICEMASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 273 AL SMITH URGES MODIFICATION NOMINEES VISIT IS COMPARED TO AN AIDER TALE Hoover Touched By His Reception in Old Home Town By STAFF REPRESENTATIVE W1 BRANCH Aug Herbert Hoover looked out a window on the second flor of the neat litle consolidated school building here yesterday afternoon the spectacle he beheld must indeed have caused him to wonder if he were not in the middle of a Horatio Algerian dream Immediately below the school in a natural bowl which has been con verted into an athletic field two huge tents were flapping in the breeze Atop tbe poles white pen nants fluttered forth their message Hoover for All about the tents and on all sides oC the school house thousands of per sons moved about evidencing their impatient anticipation of a moment ous event about to transpire Thousands ot Automobiles In distant meadows row upon row nominee ivil take up phases ui places and the supply grew each miiTlthe Carm rcllet situation He also lite with increments from all direc viu confer with a number ot political Herbert Hoover to Confer on Farm Relief Candidate Is Welcomed by Cedar Rapids Agricultural Leaders and Editors Confer With Nominee By JAMBS L WEST Associated Iress Slalf Writer PBDAR RAPIDS Aug After stopping over to inspect the old state capitol of Iowa City Herj bert Hoover arrived here today from his birthplace at West Branch to confer with a number ot farm lead ers before resuming his journey to Washington late tomorrow Tile republican presidential candi date was greeted by a large crowd at Iowa City during his briet sjop there AUSTIN WHE HAD PASSED and thousands upon thousands cheered him as his automobile passed thru the business ditrict here and continued on to Brucemore the estate Mrs George ODouglas on the cdgre of town where he and Mrs Hoover will stay during their Cedar Rapids visit In his talks here with farm leaders the tlons This was the scene upon which Herbert Hoover republican nominee for the presidency looked as he peered out from the west window ot this building which had superseded tite old frame structure where he rtarned his Scores of personal friends who knew barefoot lad and thousands ri native lowan were assembling to dp him The man who as an orphan of 10 years had left this little Quaker to find his career elsewhere was the inspiration for all this stir which stretched out before the man at the window Is It any wonder JC Herbert Hoover felt an irresistible impulse to pinch himself to see it he were not indulg ing in a fantastic dream Touched by Sentiment One may doubt perhaps whether Herbert Hoover Is entirely In earnest in his stand on any one ot a dozen political Issues But nobody who watched him at close range as this writer did at the afternoon press con ference or in his evening address can wonder whether he was touched by tha unprecedented reception accorded to him by his fellow lowuns lust a Few Sidelights The story of Mr Hoovers address has been told and the chronological account of his busy day Irom the moment he stepped off his special train at the newlypainted station and proceeded to his birthplace for breakfast to the time he retired nenr exhaustion from the feverishness of his program has been presented by Associated Press writers and others in other columns All that remains tor me Is to sketch down a few sidelights which wouldnt ordinarily find their way into the news Saw Him Several Times My first glimpse of the nominee came at almost exactly noon when he TURN TO 1 4 COLUMN 1 The GlobeGazette Offers Booklet on Care of Pets How to feed house and care for dogs and cats parrots and canaries rabbits goldfish guinea pigs pig cons and other pets Is told In simple clear style in a booklet pre pared by our Washington informa tion bureau Government experts are the authorities for much of the ma terial In this authentic publication It will prove vgry useful to any one keeping one or more live pets in his home There Is pleasure and often profit In raising pets the right way Six cents sent to our Washington in formation bureau will bring this booklet Use the coupon carters and will see the formal opening of the Iowa campaign Tlio remainder of the days schedule called for luncheon and conference with the editors of agricultural jour nals meetings with the editors ot daily and weekly newspapers and with Iowa farmers representatives and a con ference with a delegation of the Serv ice League headed by Hanfprd Moc formerassistant secretary of war artrt price commander of the Ani ericanregiori West Branchs Day Past With the passing of Hoover to other fields and the disbanding of the crowd of more than who swamped this little town for his homecoming the great day in the villages history passed Into the realm oE memories which most oC the 700 odd natives will often recall They will think oE Hoover as he passed again into the modest little cot tage of his birth for breakfast with Airs Jennie Scellers ag he went to pay his homage at the graves of his mother and father atop tbe hill to the eastward and as he set out to find the Old Swimming which proved so elusive that two trips were necessary to locate it And finnully perhaps will come the most impressive recollection of that of the native son as he slowly descended the temporary stairway leading down into the bowl behind the brick high school to re ceive the acclaim of the throng over flowing the tents In was in that place and in that that the republican standard hearer gave his second message to the country one dealing first wilh boyhood memories and secondly wilh farm relief Iromlses Farm Solution As he called up recollections of his childhood and the passing of his father and mother the nominee showed a surge of emotion but as he passed on to childish pranks of the long ago he had his audience laugh ing iind then applauding as he gave a pledge that if elected his adminlsra plcdge that elected his adnilnistra ills oC asriciilure Tiie crowd mani fested its approval of his promise to call in the leading farmers ot the county among them former Gov Frank O of Illinois one of the strongest of his opponents in the race for the presidential nomination TURN TO PACK 18 COLUMN 8 NOMINEE PLEDGES IMMEDIATE STUDY OF CROP SURPLUS i Candidate Accuses G 0 P of Failure to Keep Promises to People Attacks U S Policy in Nicaragua and Mexico Situations ALBANY Aug all the force at his com mand Governor Smith tonight told an expectant nation what e would doif elected president In aggressive fashion he ac epted the democratic nomination with a speech which not anly set forth his stand on prohibition agriculture foreign re lations and other public questions but accused the republican administration of a failure to keep faith with the people As millions listenedin by radio the new leader of the denm crats advocated modification of both the Volstead law and eighteenth amendment reiterated that he would give the prob lem of contrpling crop surpluses his immediate attention if elected assailed the and Mexican policy and pledged himself to a real endeavor to outlaw war He also called for a reorganization of federal government activities on a business basis declared that neither he nor the democratic party contemplated sudden or drastic changes in tariff schedules reaffirmed his stand for public ownership and control of waterpower promised a square deal for war vet erans stressed the need for inland waterway development re forestation and conservation of natural resources and advo cated progressive legislation for the protection and care of working men and At the left center of the picture is the pile of debris wires parts of automobiles and machinery Bricks and was the Austin Motor Inn garage two days ago first1 casualty of the storm was discovered when res cue workers extricated of Gus Neubauer mechanic from the wreckage The debris represents a loss of S30 000 In the upper center is the George A Hormel packing company which furnished power for the Austin Herald lino types and press and for the operating room at the St Olafs hospital when the Municipal lighting plant was destroyed Damage to the three houses adjoining the Motor Inn was estimated at ADDITIONAL PICTITRKS OK STORSfARKA UK FOUND OX 1AOK TWO Austin Starts Work of Restoration Frederic J Haskln Director Tiie Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith 6 cents In coin or stamps for ix copy of the booklet CARE OF PETS Nnino Street City Slate AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I know I was hateful but tilla didnt me to try on her hat one day an when the Aid Society was maJcin up a surprise pack age for her birthday I slip ped in a finetooth FIRST SNOW IN TURKS HISTORY SCARES NATIVES Superstitious See in Phe nomenon an Act of Allah I TinKey Aiifr first August snow in Funds Being Raised to Help Victims of Tornado Clearing Debris and Helping Care for Desti tute Collected for Relief AUSTIN Aug work is today succeeding the pall which hung over the city of ic r n D Austin following the unheralded visit late Monday becond bun rlay Brot CHICAGOAN IS SHOT IN BACK RUM AGENTS TEXT OF ADDRESS Text of the Smith acceptance ml S V afternoon of a tornado which exacted a toll of five lives injured more than a score of others and caused a property damage estimated at Inhabitants who still yesterfliiy from the gale which threat Turkish history spreading death j c nod and took the lives of their rrionds deal ruction over and I ho surrounding region hns sent tho the and neighbors and rendered hundreds destitute arc today helping clear up nithfi debris and shaping plans Cor the habitants Hiiurryinpf to the mdstines i rcltcC ot those left homeless A reha to pray that Allahs wrath he abated 1muuinn fllllrt Etarte1 Tuesday after noon remitted in the collection of starloil todny Tho thousands of visi tors who arc flacking to Austin to view the scenes of rlestruclion arc aid While Constantinople Angora swelter ID he summer ex perienced in yearn snow mysterious and phenomenal to he natives con in a few hours The fund Is for the benefit of those who by reason of their heavy losses by the tornado V to furnish col la tern I for brink loans arc not able to tlnues to fall In Trchizond It is pilot ixirrow 10 feet deep on tho a hove the city and lli per sons have been frozen to death Crops are ruined and hundreds of cattle have perished Two shepherds were found dead from the cold on the plateau today surrounded hy a flock of frozen sheep Fanatically superstitious the in habitants of Treiiizond who were the only people in Turkey to actively re sist the adoption of the hat in place ot the timehonored fez see in this Icy visitation a manifestation of Allahs wrath just ns followed the religious changes re cently decreed hy the nationalist gov ernment The people believe their prod H angry ot the srrappinff of the Arabic alphabet the sacred sym bols In which the Koran wan written This change also effected hy edict of the government President Mustapha Kemal not only ordered that the Arabic alpha bet bo replaced hy the hut adopted n novel method of teaching the new form of writing Thousands of persons crowded in lie country yards outside the Slnmbul university received their first A B c losnon re cently given hy a professor within the bnllrJinp ami transmitted io them thru loud speakers by donations stickers a red eroRH and tlm words helped arc given thorn for thoir i gifts j ipal court bailiCC wan shot Heads of the Finklcstein and Ruben Out in Raid Thru Loop Office pIHCAriO AUS the VKeoond time Ibis yenr Chicago federal dry agents have found them selves involved in the shooting of a man during a raid Miirrh William Bentty a muni and Not Charily This fund ia being tl chiefly for those who do not wish to resort to charity and yet who bo cause of the damages of Hie storm will have no credit These will be lent money at a low rate ot Interest to he paid back whenever it is possible if tho borrowers should never be able to puy it back it will be regarded as L donation When the money is paid brick it will he placed in the en dowment fund oC tho community chest The city linn marie n heroic effort to raise itself from the ruins and the devastation In the two days following the storm Streets have been cleaned a complete survey of the situation has been made while thousands of dol lars have liccn rrtised for the reha bilitation fund Two representatives from the St Louis office of the national Red Cross are hero supervising the work of that organisation which Is in charge of a large part of tho emergency work in theater circuit rind architects arc con ferring1 today on plans for either re building or constructing a new theater on the Kite of the Park theater which suffered a loss Blockading of buildings whose precarious positions were menacing tbe lives of tho many visitors was one of the first acts on the long program of resurrection Sloeplp Fulling A guartT was placed about the St Ohif JjUlhoran churcb whore bricks of the tall steeple could he heard crack ing under its shifted weight Tills morning tho was leaning about 10 feet from Us original position and its ultimate fall seemed inevitable A guard was placed in front of the Ma sonic Mall for it huge fissure in the ceiling made it seem that tho build ing might crash any time It will be torn down as soon as possible Areas In the business seel inn and residence districts hardest hit hy tbe gale were blocked off and guarded by i 100 of the American Legion find ot Company II Minnesota na tional guard They were augmented Tuesday afternoon hy tho arrival of 30 men from the Winona American Legion post The LndteH Auxiliary of the Merle Adanis who gave bis jnccupntion as an insurance agent was uiot in the back by one of three pro hibition agents raiding a loop office building where they sought members of nil alleged liquor syndicate Tho syndicate according Io in formation received by the prohibition department had lirjadqurirters in of fires on I he eigHth floor of the city hall KUUiiro building Three agents an to rod the office of the Paul Morion Construction Company there y ester day Adums fled at their approach and wris shot the agents said when he refURod to obey a command to halt Art bur KninlTlm doscrlbrd as A atu tlont pvohlbiiion agent fired the shot witnessps wiidf police wlio started an investi gation said they were told to get The same situation developed on the occasion of the shooting of Float ty last ATarth tho federal officers maintaining that it was a government matter and out of police jurisdiction WilnoHsfis said Adams wns chased six flights anl oUihheri with Hack jacks All occupants of tho Morton office were placed under arrest bu no liquor was found While standing the democratic platform declaration for restrictive Immigration tho nominee asserted that bo was heaitily in in var of removing from the Immigration law tlic harsh provision which sep arates and wax opposed to the principle of restriction based upon tlio figures of Immigrant population contained in a census HS years Half way thru his address which iio bad prepared will the idea of com pleting UK deliver within an hour Governor Smith tackled tbe prohibi tion question lie never will advocate1 or approve any law he said which directly or indirectly penults the re turn of the saloon mid salo ot Intoxi cants by state was proposed as an alternative Declaring lhat the president of the United Staleslias two constitutional 1 titles with respect to forcenient of tho law and a detcrmlnn ion of what changes if any should Iw recommended to emigrrss lie nomi nee made Ibis pledge I shall to the very limit execute the pledge of our platform to make an hnncsl endeavor to enforce Hit ightoonth amendment and other of tho federal ind all laws enacted pursuant there President Only Kxecittos Then ho added The president docs not make the laws lie does his host to execute them whether he likos them or not Tho corruption in inforcoment activi lies which caused a fomior republican administrator to state that three fourths of the dry agents were politi cal ward heelers mimed by politicians without regard to civil service laws and that prohibition is the new politi cal pork f will rulhlosslv stamp nut Such conditions cannot anil will not exist under any admin stration presided over by Insisting that the proscnt legal defi nition of the alcoholic content of an intoxicating hevcrage is admittedly in accurate ami fJovornor Smith expressed the view Hint sonic Smith eiy Key Pittman N Ant no tificulion of Senator Key iitt man Nevada informing Gov AI of selection as democratic nominee Is as follows Governor Kuilth I luivo the ho 1101 sir ns chairman of tho notification committee of the national convenliun to convoy you an official from Lhu democracy of the providing fnr the destitute ICed Cross Aids Subscription raisers for the Cross arc In all parts of ilia city A total of was obtained yesterday The Mower county fair which was Io have started Tuesday but had been postponed duo to tho razing of the grandstand and several buildings at once a free canteen where they served coffee and sand wiches to the workers and those who were destitute Tho Mower county Hrd Cross was active Gardner of whoso home storm phoned Io the TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 1 Salvation Army by the lfiumtors at Des Moines Woman Is Baptist Missionary 131 Aug i X C Marshall of Dos Monies was cloctod president of tbe Iowa liaplist society lierc yesterday 1 immediate relief would come from nnjlip tbot to act amendment to the Volstead whlfih would permit each slate in fix its own standard of alcoholic content subject alwttyy Io tho proviso that standard could not exceed the maximum fixed by i 1 believe moreover that there should be to the people the niipntion of some change in tln pro visions of the eighteenth the nominee went on Certainly no one foresaw whfn tbe amendment was ratified ho conditions which exist to day in all parts ot the country The people thcniHilves should after this eight years of trlnl ho ptrrnitted to say whether exiting conditions should lie rectified Wniilil Amend Volstead Law I personally holieve in nn amend ment in the eighteenth amendment which would glvo to cuch Individual state itself only after approval by a referendum nnnlnr vnle of its people the right wholly within its borders to import manufacture or rause to be manufactured and sell alilinllc bever ages the sale to be marlo only hy the Our people at all times Irrespective f party affiliations have been adh M enls of the great principles of dun proclaimed by Thomas r son Only unusual events the vt and confusion attending uur swift progress have led some of oir people into tho train ot false gortf Only tnrioiJirilly bare we tho facts und reset our nod our votes with our minds iind our hearts Such rt tinny we hold now to hu upon us Tho World war standing the glory of our arms left us anil disturbed The postVvHir period proved to bo nn auspicious tc oasion for tiie of prnvod greedy groups wbih have con trived by tenuous threads to tUi thcrj selves together under the label of re publicanism Government reaction and iiviction were the orders of tbe day From the destwtctivn results of war We permitted thp white house tr Iioeorne a enolingoff piaen for our emotions kept cool whl bvigandry waxrrl warm Wo kept inol while as a nation we romainod morally impotent Forgot Need of Courage and meaningless betamn our politiial fetish We forgot theneed of courage We forgot need of honest ami uiuiompromisiug action It borame heresy to tbe pre vailing faith for a man to sneak what ho believed could rant about the constitution and TLIIN TO 18 COLUMN 7 TtKN TO PAGE COLUMN 6 Will Rogers Says SANTA MONICA Aug 21 Say wasnt that some trip UueboJ made Good thing he didnt lly across or he couldnt have made that time 1 tell you when you read about those fellows doiiig like that it klrrlcr offsets what pol iticians are promising to do I see whoro Smith answered tiie editor iiul told the preacher to Kct back lo collect iotis Now he is aLting lilio his old srlf JJuring thso notifii a tfiois 1 won dor if you 11 e not to notify 1 loTltn that Sinil h was nomina trd   

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