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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 27, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER fox rue AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 27 1928 FIVE CENTS PER copy ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NQ 277 15 NATIONS SIGN KELLOGGS ANTIWAR PACT EAST WILL BE NEXT TO CLAIM G 0 P NOMINEE Hoover Considers Giving Talk in Home Town of Opponent By JAMES L WEST Associated Tress Staff Aug After a two days rest at his home here Herbert Hoover today turned his attention to mapping out his program for tile remainder of tho campaign The republican presidential nominee decided to give first attention to the east and in order to Inform himseir fully as to the situation there he has invited a number oC friends to call on him at his new headquarters which are to be set up here He now has under consideration a to both New York the home state of his democratic opponent and Massachusetts but his eastern itiner ary will not be decided upon until after he has conferred fully with those in charge o his campaign in that Beetion A number of invitations to speak in the east already have readied Hoover but ho probably will be unable to ac cept all ot them One suggestion is that he deliver an address on Labor day expanding on the views regarding labor contained in his acceptance ad dress A decision on this wilt be reached within the next day or two The republican candidates own view is that lie should defer further speech making1 for two weeks or more and then begin an intensive drive which would carry him into the border states and the south as well as the east He also probably will make a trip to Chi cago before beginning his final swinpc yacross the continent at the close of campaign In working out the details of his Ijrtiejrt chairm an of the iun Tintlpnal committee Repre sentative Kewtori Minnesota charge ot tha national speaks bureau Representative John Q Tllson Connecticut director of the iastern speakers bureau and James W Good of Iowa western campaign nanager Southeastern Brings Death to Two i ALBERT LEA MAN HURT IN BLAST Farmer Went to Investigate Failure of Dynamite Charge ALBERT LEA Aug Kccidant connected with stump blasting Friday is tha cause of Ralston Conner being In the Maine hospital with one eye out one arm terribly mangled and one side of his face hor fibly lacerated Mr Connor with his hired man Raymond Yocum was blasting stumps on the farm when one charge did not go off He waited and then went tovsee Ibout it and was looking over it when the delayed blast occurred the full force striking him A physician from Rochester was called to see him He 5s n married man 33 years old antl has three children Tunney champion of the world de parts for Europe But Tex Rickard stays behind to settle the Reporter The GlobeGazette Offers First Aid Facts Emergency information for hand ling accidents andsudden fitness compiled in brief booklet form is offered by our Washington infor mation bureau What to do right awayfor burns bruises wounds cuts dog bites bee stings gas poisons sunstroke frostbite nosebleed hiccoughs snake bites poison ivy fainting drowning electric shocks and many other sudden afflictions Knowledge of what to do before the doctor arrives will save suffer ing and sometimes save life Get your copy of this booklet Use the coupon Frederic J Ilaskin Director The Mason City ilobeUazette Information Rnrenn Wnshington D C I inclose herewith R cents in coin or stamps for n copy of the FIRST All HOOKLET Name Street City State SCENE OF N Y SUBWAY WRECK THREE COUNTIES STRUCK STOCK DEAD ON FARMS Father and Son Die As Storm Demolishes House MOINES Aue 27 two persons dead and Central Tress telcphoto of scene In New York following subway accident nt Times Square station fors nurses and ambulances at one of the exits waiting for dead and injured to he carried out Doc U S MAY CLOSE 26 MINNEAPOLIS ST PAUyOMES Federal Attorney Applies for Order tQ padlock j Residences MINNEAPOLIS Aug proceedings to pad lock homes and apartments used for vending liquor will be advanced on the federal court calendar it was in dicated today by J H S Gilford as sistant United States district attor ney who seeks to close 20 homes in St Paul and Minneapolis for a pe riod ot a year Applications for injunctions to close 16 homes in Minneapolis and 10 in St Paul where IfciUcviolations have occurred were filed by Mr Clifford and are part oc a docket of 01 requests for abatcment of various establish ments before the federal court Because of the large number of abatement proceedings pending feder al judges have agreed to advance them on the calendar according1 Mr Gifford to His stand that abatement proceed ings under the prohibition law apply as stringently to dwellings to places of business such as soft drink bars or clubs was reiterated by Jlr Gif ford Evidence in Kelley Murder Case Will Be Started Soon Belief LOS ANGELRS Aug With the prosecution and defense in tending to complete the jury panel by noon introduction of testimony in the murder trial of Pat Kcllcy charged with slaying Mrs Myrtle Mcllus was expected to begin today When court convened eight women imi three men had been tentatively chosen to hear the oafe Mother of George Is Dead NEW YORK Aug Helen Costigan Cohan mother of rJeorpe M Cohan and herself an iiftrcsa for many years died last night at her home in Monroe N Y She was 71 years old Mrs Cohnn her husband Torcmlnh J Cohan their daughter the latn losenhine Cohan and their fleorge M played successfully years as The Four She Is survived only by her who with his wife and a niece with her when slip died Bombs Death Herald Gangs Back on Job Newspaper Blast and f cation Is Over CHICAGO Aug tion Is over for Chicagos bad men Within a 24hour period ended at 4 oclock this morning they had thrown two of which rocked the shot a man dead The man killed was Benjamin Ben jamin owner and manager of the Standard Amusement company oper ating a carnival on the north side Robbers in an automobile stopped the machine in which Benjamin was rid ing and shot him down when they thot he Intended to resist They es caped with a pouch containing 724 in coin Other receipts of the company had been taken to Benjamins hotel a few minutes earlier The first bombing wrecked tho front of the twostory brick plant in which is published Tlie Star at Chicaso Heights Windows of the business dis trict of the suburb wore shattered for a block around This bombing was at tributed by Kinpr Williams editor to the newspapers editorial warfare against gamblers Gangsters have climaxed a series of lawless acts in tho attempt to sup press publicity of underworld activi ties In Chicago Williams said This latest outrage is character istic ot the utter disregard the crim inal clement has for law and Amelia Earhart to Associate Magazine Editor NEW YORK Aug Amelia Karhart first woman to fly across tho has been ap MORE CONFABS AWAITING SMITH Democratic Nominee Ends WeekEnd Spent at Ocean Resort SPRING X A up after a round of ac tivities that have kept him occupied almost continuously since his notifica tion Governor Smith ends his weekend rest at his resort today to j turn again to the more serious phases of his campaign for the presidency With members of his family who have been enjoying tbo social func tions arid swimming while he received stale political leaders and friends son i here the democratic presidential nom inee Intends to return by automobile ate In the day to New York for fur ther conferences on his speaking itinerary A different route was mapped out for the partys return trip On the way ilown they traveled thru Jersey City Newark Elizabeth and tho coast resorts between the latter city and Spring Goinp back HIP nominee 4 BANDITS LOOT GEM SALESMANS GRIPS NEAR S C R obi ens Overpower Auto Jst and Escape With Jewels Worth DAKOTA CITY Aujr Samuel B Schwartz jewelry salesman after overpowering him near North Bend foul bandits looted his grips ot more than in diamonds and escaped after throwingSchwartz out in a ffuHy along the Missouri river near here to day With his arms tied behind his back and a piece of colth tied over his mouth for a Schwartz made his way to tho Henry Bierman farm houso where ho notified Dakota county offi cers of the robbery Schwartz said that he was driving from Fremont and about oclock this rnorninp was overtaken by the sedan In which the four bandits were riding They forced him to stop by firing at his automobile ho said then after blindfolding him and tying his arms made him a prisoner in their auto and left his automobile along the highway As the bandits reared Dakota City 5 miles from North Bend they stopped Ions enough to toss Schwartz out still blindfolded and also threw out one of his bass contain Ing more than worth of rings and other jewelry Sheriff George ot Dakota county who is conducting the investi gation said he believed thebandits probnbly drove on into Sioux City five miles south and officers there have joined In the hunt for the gem bandits four others seriously injured southwestern Iowa today checked up on the damage caused by a tornado which swept across Mills PoltawaUainic Cass and Montgomery counties late yesterday The known casualties were reported from Elliott in Montgomery county James H Jcrvis and 5 year old son were killed as the tornado demolished their farm home there Mrs Jetvis is in a critical condition from injuries received at same time Mr and Mrs George Smith and baby were also seriously injured ut their borne nearby The town of Oakland Pottawatta me county is believed to have suf fered the most damage but with al telephone and telegraph lines dowr thruout the district only meager re ports filtered out A statement tha six persons had been slightly injurcc and that the Congregational church and store buildings had been dc stroyed could not bo entirely verified Hlllsilnte Hit First Starting1 in the southwest corner of he state the tornado which was the second in Iowa within a week took first damage near Hillsdale between llenwood and Ma vern oh ihree farms were dcstroVea1 calves were killed and many trees wereur rop rjladqijf Western Europe Has Three Million Men Under Arms as Nations Agree to End War All Countries Except Germany Maintain Greater Defense Equipment Than Existed in Year Before World Conflict By ELMER ROBERTS Associated Press Staff Writer PARIS Aug of the KeHpfferBriand war renun ciation treaty finds western Europe with the exception of Germany for son was pointed an associate mopolitan Magazine duct with tion editor of Cos Sho will con a monthly department dealing current developments in avia is to ho taken by a route fartherin land hy way of Freehold Arriving in York he expects to resume conferences he began there nitfht and JVlrlny inri prob ably arrive at some conclusion as to how far ho will po and the approxi mateninnlier oC spipeclics ho will make H Remaining Assets of Bancroft Bank Sold SSVEA CITY Aug re malnlngr assets of the Farmers State hank of Bancroft amounting to were sold Thursday to the Investment company of Ne vada for The assets consisted of stock as PCSsmentH notes judgments and mort Several bidders were on hand I Tinker in ot the defunct instil iition believes a dividend oC be twoen five and 10 percent will ho pair before he makos his final report One other dividend of 15 per cent was paid to the depositors Will Rogers BKVKRLY IIILtR Aug 2C dont know whether you noticed it or not Our Calvin is fishlnff Inter this summer than ho has in yenrfl Polities is to dead out hero that hern wasnt but one sermon on it In the whole town today Tours ROGERS more heavily armed than In 1913 Upwards of men are In qctual military and as It happens at this season many hundreds of thousands have been called ito the colors for training Swift practice mobilizations aro in progress and trial war maneuvers are under way thruout Europe In artillery In stores oC munitions n In works for making jnsaes in aircraft In tanks In nil the complicated apparatus of destruction the nations have a striking power Im mensely superior to that of 1913 That Is especially true of the powers large and small lately allied in tho war The central powers aro com imlsorlly disarmed under peace treaty limitations but the victorious and noncombatant powers excluding1 Scr bia and Russia have added to their armaments of 1913 for Great Britain Great Britain and Ireland with jus prior to the war had nip under arms now have troops totaling whose troops before the war numbered has added to this figure Italy whoso 1918 army consisted of men now baa men under nrms Belgium baa Increased its array from to Greece from to and Rumania from to States noncombatant In tho great war have tcVt Impelled to add to their VICE CRUSADER ESCAPES DEATH BY GANGSTERS Akron Investigator Fires on Men Who Tried to Bum House vere over hailstorm which wide area dainnsea corn iiraskaIowa Light Kiny hurried from Telephone and telegraph companies lioped to remove Oakland from isola tion today Scattering messages from that town tfefore communication ceased said that i tornado hit tho vicinity about r blowingdown buildings but hat a check of injured had not yet icen made Linemen and officials of the Nc and Power coni Lincoln to Oakland early today to reestablish electric service 3 Hurt Near Omaha Three persons were slightly Injured near Omaha when tho storm struck there Mr nnd Mrs Christ Peterson were hurt when their automobile was ilown off tho road and overturned ind Henry Hclwig a farmer was cut vhcn his hjusc was demolished by tl wind Thousands of dollars damage was reported in the vicinity of Omaha West of Malvern tho W W Whcol homo was twisted on Its foundation several calves woro killed and three automobiles wrecked Missing the Tohn Noah fnrm the storm traveled to the A s Sawyer farm where the barn was wrecked and other buildings destroyed Tho roof was blown oft the Tlorschel Sawyer farm residence Wo may disliko a surplus but a hail storm JTarslialldmi Timesnepublioan ot aH known STRESEMANN IS FIRST TO AFFIX HIS SIGNATURE Historic Document Would End War As Nation al Policy V ARIS Aug The KelloggBriand re nunciation of war treaty was signed this afternoon by the plenipotentiaries of fif teen nations Dr Gustav Stresemann the German for eign minister was the first to sign the historic document at taching his signature at p m a eastern standard AKRON Aug intensive round up members of Akrons was underway today because the second on Jl cduncTlman who eriffased duel with gang sters after his home had been set afire last night Hoss recently appointed by the city council to investigalo crime condi tions was fired on an he stood In the kitchen door of his home after belnR awakened by his wife who had heard an intruder coming up thebaaement slrilrs The bullet shattered one of the door panels tho councilman on floor lights Installed in his back yard and when his life was first threatened ran outside and exchanged his assailant A neighbor Ed Hardcs ty awakened hy the flrios seized a eun and shot from his bed room win dow at a second man who hadap peared near the Ross home Hoth at tackers then fled None the bullels took effect In the meantime tho basement of tho Ross home had become a mass of mep Firemen quickly extinguished tho blazo and found that all of the cellar walls had been sprayed with gasoline IOWA FORECAST Pnrtly Probably lorn I thunder showers hi extreme enst orii portion Momfay itiffht in west ini ccnlrnl portions Tuesday cooler nnd in west nnd west central por tions Tuesday Cooler Tuesday LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet company weather figures for 4 hour period ending at S n m Monday Higtipfft Sundriy 75 degrees Txiwcst in Night decrees At 8 A M fi2 IVecipftntion 2i inches JVffUrcff for 2I hour period ending at S a in tfimdav Highest urday 7 deprnos in Night 53 degrees At 8 A M fligms Tho warmest weather fur a woek loomed here today tbe wind still in the southeast tho indications that nioro rain in tho ofdns MOTHER OF MRS WALKER IS DEAD Mrs Etta Traver Allen Suc cumbs in Hospital at Clinton CLINTON Aug Etta Traver Allen mother of Mrs fames Walker wife of the mayor of New York City died at Ibis morning In a local hospital ot perni cious aneniM Mrs Walker had been with her mother since a few days after she be III several weeks ago Walker will arrive at this afternoon according to i message re ceived here Mrs Allen Is survived by her daugh ter Mrs Walker one sister Mrs W R Hill of near Low Moor and three brothers W R Travor and Roy Traver of Clinton and Carl Traver of nkl Sho wis born In Clinton county Aug 15 8f Hie daughter of Jtufun Travor who was horn in New York in and who came to Clinton coun ty in Mrs Allen wan taken 111 on a recant trip to visit her brother at Walkerton and was returned at once to the home of her sister at Low Moor wluro physicians diagnosed her ail ment as pernicious anemia Two blood transfusion operations pcrformod recently in nn effort to save Mrs Allens life were unavailing Kuneial arrangements have not been completed jT es taBlIS h me n t Switzerland which had n socalled active militia before the war of TURN TO PAGE 16 COLUJfN 7 Briand Feels Grateful for Peace Treaty Hopes Fulfilled Says French Foreign Minister to U S By nniAXD French RHiiistcr of Fflrcign Affairs PARIS Aug has been a year and a half since In a message conveyed thru the Associated Press let fall this fragile germ of a sug gestion sufficiently discreet anticipat ing nothing more thin the spontan eous sympathy of the American inlc History already to what was taken to safeguard the seed ind make It grow I know how much one may expect from the qualities of the American soil which yields a hun dredfold for the grain confided to it Tbo harvest has not deceived my hopea which have become those of the whole world I have never doubted for a single instant that the American people inly awaited their hour to manifest In a new form the natural attachment they have always had for the cause of peace I felicitate myself today that this brilliant manifesUon permits us to measure how much unselfishness FrancoAmerican friendship can bring to the world The two great nations faithful to the same traditions of liberalism nct together for pence today they lid In other days nnd liberty find closely united in the same aspiration In the blrlh ot all of human spirit Secretary ot Stato Kellogg was the second to sign tbo treaty and Foreign Minister Beues of CzechoSlovlaka af fixed the fifteenth and final signa ture at p m By tho pact the 15 countries re nounced wnas an instrument of na tional With its signing all the peoples of the world were invited to join In a great effort to establish universal peace soviet Russia being asked to take part thru tho French govern ment Significantly Dr Stvesemann thi Irst German foreign minister official received In Paris since the War of 1870 was tbo first to fiipn under ilphahctlcal rule applied to the names ot tbo signatory countries Ivollogj Was Second Tho United Slates was considered as being called American In qrdtr to make Secretary Kellogg second signer Foreign Minister ot Belgium was ister Briand whosa message to the American the Associated Press many months ngo was the origin of tho pact which Secretary 336 developed and expanded cams fourth When Foreign Minister Briand had finished an address of welcome and the pact had been read both vors translated lirto English This took minutes and then tho French foreign minister after a burst of applause rose and Invited Dr Slrcsemann to sipii tbo Qr Stresemann rose straight to his nil height He was quite pale but walked with firm step arnund thetilff able to the insido of tho horseshoe and seated himself at a small table where the treaty with all the seals affixed was lying Used KelloEjjs Pen He wrote his signature quickly with Kellnggs pon dipped In the which served for tho siRn np of tbo first FrancoAmerican treaty negotiated by Benjamin Frank in Thp Gorman foreign minister llnlted in tho brilliant llffhts that shone upon his When he hart signed be rose anild mnro applausti and returned to his scat Then at For eign Minister Hrlandw nod Secretary ICcllogg went to tbo treaty table and signed Tho others followed in n steady pro each Inking an average of 40 condH so that the signatures wera completed In 10 minutes After Foreign Minister Hymnns hatt signed for Belgium and M Tlrtaml for Vnnc0 Cushendun ntiing Brit ah secretary of state for foreign af iirs signed In behalf of the kingdom of Britain Oflicrs Follow Rapidly He was followed by Premier Konzie Iviiip of Alexander Vfac member nf tbo execu ivn round fnr tho commonwealth of sir Christopher Pnrr Nw Zealand high commissioner for Now TlIlN TO Ifi OOMJSIN 8 Marie Emile Fayolle Marshal of France Dies PAIUS Aug Kmiln Fayolle marshal of France and ono ot flip great French soldiers that war produced died this great Former Treasurer of Porto Rico Succumbs KANSAS CITV Aug Samuel David Oromcr G4 In the college of agriculture Univer sity of Missouri Columbia and for mer treasurer of Povto Itlco died here last night He had been til a week 40 Horses Burned to Death in Stable Blaze YORK Aug AP For y horses vvcra burned to death and 101 were led to safety early today destroyed tho Cohen nnd lower weal AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Ellas oldest girl is the kind thats goin to he in sulted hy men makin ad vances ever time she gets a f ffli fa   

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