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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER fcftTMf HOME AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST31 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 281 ROBINSON READY FOR CAMPAIGN THRU SOUTH FAREWELL FOR FATHER HINTON SAID BY FRIEND Eloquent Tribute to Rec tor Given by Cedar Rapids Clergyman KP i 11HTH tenderness and In sorrow Ma W son City Friday forenoon bade its Jtincere farewell to a beloved pastor Parishioners and friends repre fcentingall creeds ond classee filled St Johns Episcopal church lor the requiem mass over the body of Dr C F Hlnton whose aurtden death oc curred Wednesday All were comforted ns Father TUn lons dearest comrade and friend Father R J Campbell of Cedar Rap Jds atood over the casket at the altar Father Hinton had presided for eight years nnl spoke in xinre Herved euology of the mans Ufa and porks I Word Filled With Comfort There was in Father Campbells Blscourse the Intimacy love and un Jierstandlng born of a score of years pf mutual Interests and frequent con tact needed to assuage the shock i fcaused by Doctor Hintons unexpected Appropriately Father Campbell Brew for hla close upon the verse of the deceased reading this gem wTilch Embodied Father Hintons happy con of the life to come t Even when the sky s scarlet shot and richly purpled oer i love to taka my sklft and pushing f to the West look on before Co where both radiant sky and waters meet and meetlne veil from sight oC a realm land of never ending light re beyond tha Sunsets flam feet 1 reached blood llko pmarge so peering Mratehera from the shore Tell me and once within the red Ive passed they see my boat no more jitrive fla I may the purple glow lies ever far beyond my scarlet sea I cannot cross within the limits of the hour Ihru which s plainly visible to me Ihat shining portal of Eternity J should it be but when I come to die Lord let Thy call ring oer file sunset In my passing hour these mortal eyes once more Shall see tha glowing picture of Thy Love and mark the Prize and then soul set free enveloped in the Scarlet Flood from sight of men earth for ever gone Ill forward win the Kings Purpla Kobe and pass within Emphasis on Spiritual Taking his text from the passage are the dead who die In the Father Campbell stressed most spiritual side ot the deceased Faith 1t he insisted that Inade your pastor all that he was a believed In tho church He be TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 1 Aged FACES MURDER TRIAL II Secretary Kellogg Guest of Free State at Banquet DUBLIN Aug of Dublin are making the stay of Mr and Mrs Frank B Kellpgg here a memorable one The American secretary of state and party probably will remnirv in Dublin till Monday going then in the cruiser Detroit to Cherbourg to lake the Leviathan for New York The state banquet held In Mr Kellogss honor at the Shelburno hotel last night was the most remarkable gathering of its kind since the Free State was established The included every man high in the countrys service who was present in Dublin All were presented to the secretary and he had a friendly word for each Among the guests was the singer Tohn McCovmaek Nearly guests participated In the reception and ball at the Plaza Dublins largest hall which followed the banquet nnthusinstfo crowds have greeted the visiting statesman every time he has appeared in public since his arrival at Kingston yesterday morning aboard the cruiser Detroit which also brot President Cosgravs from France where the two signed the KelloggrBLland pact In behalf of their respective nations Vaierio Cox cato entertainer lield at Hayward on a clmrgo of inunler growing out of the death of Elmer Olson musi cian during a party at a Wiscon sin lake resort Miss Cox was arrested and then released when a coroners jury tentatively de rided that Olsons death resulted from falling on a broken bottle Now die bus been x League HOOVER DELVES INTO CONDITION Nominee Told Empire State Will Be for Republicans By JAMES LWEST Associated Press Stall 1U7ASHINGTON Aug Herbert Hoover rapidly is finish ing up ths Job of familiarizing hlmseU wltlr all or dctilis of the republi RUSSIA AGREES TO SIGN TREATY ABOLISHINGWAR The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on How to Remove 88 Kinds of Stains Perhaps you do not realize how I many different kinds of stains can 1 disfigure peoples clothes j It Is almost Impossible for any one to escape having food stulns j on clothing at some time or other What would you do if you upset tho ink bottle on an expensive j table cover spilled medicine on I your best suit ruined a gown with I paint stains or scorched the new est linen tablecloth All oC these things happen every I day But there is a remedy for 1 every blemish you may get on your I clothing and household linens I These are all listed In a 30page Ibooklet with Illustrations which I this bureau has for distribution out tha attached coupon and Jnclose 4 cents In coin or stamps llfor return postage and handling llWrlte your name and address Iplearly Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette I Information Bureau I Washington D C I inclose herewith I cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the REMOVAL OF STAINS Nam 8 Street City State tgnt Not Rule on U S Doctrine Body Disagrees on Re quest Filed From Costa Rica GENEVA Switzerland Aug council of the league ot nations met in secret session today and considered tho recent request from Costa Rica for a league interpre tation OC the Monroe doctrine Tlie council failed to reach an agreement concerning the request but will meet later today to continue its discussion All previous Indications concerning tho Costa lllcan request are that the council will decline to make an Inter pretation of the doctrine The tenor of tha discussion showed that the council was Impressed with Ihe seriousness oC the request and that it wished to do nothing which would displease the LatinAmerican states or which would embarrass or seem hostile to the United States TheColombian delegate presented a long historical survey of tlie Mon roe doctrine and its application refer ring to the case ot the Emperor Max milian of Mexico aud also to the atti tudes adopted by Presidents Roose velt and Wilson A member of the council told tho Associated Press later that while the question was difficult this did not mean tljat an accord would not be reached Many members expressed a desire to express their views and con sequently tlie session was adjourned until later in the day MARINES SLAY 2 SANDING MEN 12 Yankees Route Patrol of 40 Capturing Five of Rebels MANAGITA Aug Two Sandinistas were killed one wounded and five capturedwhen the patrol of 12 marines led by Cnpt George F Stockes routed a hand of 40 rebels noar Maeuelzo Tuesday Them were no casualties among the Soon ha will beable to devote a greater part ot his time to larger matter of policy nnd his own work in the fight be Is waging for the presi dency However he will continue to keep close control over the party or ganization and will hold frequent con with those directing the various parts of it Told of Conditions In N T After nn unusually strenuous day yesterday the republican stamlari bearer had only a few engagement for today chief among those Invited to see him being F M Prince ot Bos ton a close friend of the late George B Harvey who was a power in repub Mean party affairs With William It Hill chairman o tha HooverCurtis campaign commit tee in Now York and II Kdmom Machoid chairman of tho Empire state republican committee the Tioml nee yesterday went deeper into the New York situation Machold win recently was selected to succeed tin late George 1C Morris said be toll Hoover New York stata could b counted upon to go republican despjt the claims of John T Raskob chair man o the democratic national com inittee Optimistic for G O P SUPERIOR Aug Very optimistic as to republican elec toral prospects in the country gencr ully but especially In Ohio and In uiana Walter Brown assistant secre tary of commerce arrived here today for nn overnight stay at the summer white house Mr Brown who played an Import ant part In Herbert Hoovers precon Xcntton campaign said that he would tell Mr Coolidgo that the republican campaign organization was dally be coming more coordinated and united resulting in better systematized elec lorial work nnd in ever greater ef forts for victory on tho part of re publicans thruout the country Mr Brown foresaw sure democratic defeat in the fall election Sneral of Wife REYNOLDS DIES WHILE VIEWING BODY AT RITES Woman Plans Coast Jaunt to Find Mate Tourists Hoping to Fijid Ideal Man During Trip WASHINGTON Aug 31 Somewhere between Washington and Los Angelos theres a man around that dangerous age of 40 who had bet ter watch out because Ifxhes tho right man Miss Helen Davis is going to find him and marry him And what 3 more she Intends to be accompanied on her forthcoming marti monial barnstormer by four other yoxms women who know exactly what Double Funeral Will Be Held Monday at McAuleys WHILE viewing the body oC hla wife Hlizabelli J ReynoWsj for the last Lime following Hie funeral service at ho Me Au toy mortuary Thursday af einoon HnskcU Reynolds 11 col they want in the husband line Now Miss Davis concocted her fnvitahnn nf Franrp Ar lmvo BOX lIlYllcHUm Ul 1 rdllLe fYC she confid cepted by Soviet Commissar fOSCOW Aug Ruasiahas consented to adhere to tha KellogsBriand reuncititlori of war pact Acting Foreign Commissar Lltvlnott today handed to tne Kvehch schemewithout any thot of it getting into the headlines It was just be cause she was lonely for the right liind of a man and believed other girls to be In the same fix that caused her to offer this advertisement to the want ad columns of the Washington papers who hnve not found their ideal mute tii drive to Los Angeles in n scriuii stopping cnronte They must cueh to a re porter it lias always seemed to me that the women who get the best men are a little bold The nice timid little women usually get tho worst oC it In marriage Anyway I decided that 1 would be a gogetter and get the rlghl kind ot a man rather than have vhe wrong kind Get me Ob Ive had plenty of she said but not tho right kind I dor govnr th Thei nota says that while the pact Is vague and without provisions for dis arming yet It does Impose certain obligations upon the countries before the bar of public opinion and simul taneously gives tho soviet a new pos sibility of submittingto the signatory nations questions oC the greatest im portance to the cause of of isthe one and only guarantee against j am looking for my ideal there and The ajjetl man formerly employed in tho livestock department oC the J H Docker and Sons plant and previ ous to that time a Cerro Gordo ty farmer somewhat leeble from the shock of his wifes death was being supported by his two sons Ralph and as he gazed for the last time at tho face Mrs Reynolds They wcro just to turn away when he collapsed Tlioy carried him to the front porch and altho attempts were made to revive him the physician rec ognize ct that death was Immediate Funeral to Ho Monrtay The death oE the father caused the two sons to ppHtpcme the burial of their mother Instead there will bo n doublo committal The funeral service will he held at the McAuley funeral parlors Monday aCtcrnoon oclock with burial at the Memorial Park cemetery At that time another son George E Reynolds Roseberg is expected to be here The sons stated their father BYRD STOWAWAY AIMEE FACING GRAFT CHARGE Suits Allege Evangelist Failed to Establish Promised Temple ANGELES Aug group of selfstyled victims n Aimce Semple Mrlhersons al legedly frnilulent real estate dcal iiiKS at Tahoe resort lioro down on fi district atlur iioys offices tie in milling n criminal complaint against the fa mous four gospel leader much for Heres the Interviewing reporters description of Sho Is 32 years old and even if she does say it herself Is attractive She has brown eyes long brown hair Is five feet five Inches tall and weighs about 130 pounds She spent two ycijvs In college and Is capable of earning 250 a AXorarjSS Augr concern CHICAGO BANK CLAIMS Several Atlantic Persons Made Defendants in Damage Suit ATLANTIC Aug Chicago Joint Stock bank has filed nn action for nearly against Bcrnbardt Kills Clara Kilts F Herman J Kills Bruno Waldau John B Purrott and George IT Most askinj foreclosure of a real estate mortgage on acres of land In Cass county Ben J BEbson Tormor attorney general of Iowa Is representing the marines Details of the engagement have been obtained by niarlno headquarters herewith great difficulty Since there isno other means ot communication Capt Stockos conveyed the news to airplanes lying low over his encamp ment by moans nf mrwagcs printed on largo panel spread noon the ground PIRATES WIN FIRST OF DOUBLE BILL AS ALEXANDER WEAKENS PITTSBURGH Aug Pirates ilrovo Grover Cleveland Alex ander from tho box and withstood a fourrim Cardinal rally In the eighth to win the first game of a double header from the leaders before fans here today by a score of B to S Ray Kremcr gave way to Biirteigh Grimes after the visitors bad bagged their four markers in the eighth but retained credit for the victory St 000 S 2 Pittsburgh 020 t 0 Alexander Reinhardt and Smith Wilson Krerner Grimes and Har grcaves Aimee Remnle McPherson was asked to leave her Angelus temple today to make a call at the district attorneys office of Angeles county to dis cuss whether sho lias been the victim of a publicity stunt or is involved in an alleged fraudulent land promotion scheme Two of the evangelists Bible school students yesterday instituted civil suits for charging Mrs Mc Plirrsoii with frnurt In a real estate proposition at Lake Taboo Cal The plaintiffs were Mollissn Puryear and Ada R Wharton Attorneys said thoir suits were only the prelude to other civil actions which will Involve Tho crux of the charges in the suits was that the evnnffelsit proposed erection o a tabernacle at the lake resort The complaint that around this was to he built a Chris tian Colony and neither was ever fstahllshcd altho the evangelist ns a promotional agent of two real es tate operators sold lots on the project and caused her former students to sell other property at a sacrifice and Invest Iheir money in the deal Mrs McPherson promoted the col ony by radio addresses and tlie ditilribution oC literature as well as In liilry into tlie bnnk accounts of her ngrf pration the two women Mexican Bandits Hold Up Train Massacre All but One of Guardsmen MEXICO CITY Aug Special dispatches to Excelsior say that all but ono of a group of soldiers guarding a train in the state nf More ITaving to slay at home enrages n ios were massacred hy bandits who man but not like coming home and i held up and rohhcrl a passenger findinK his wife IsnL train between tho towns of Cimutla RapMs Gwette of the opinion that death Was caused hy a recurrence of this The service Thursday afternoon consisted ot two vocal solo numbers Beautiful Isle of anil Mother Ill Be There by Mrs T IT Marston follow ing which Dr A C Slowe of the Church of Christ gave a short address on Why Is Alan1 bringing out the uncertainties or mortal existence Tho death oC his wife as a ter rific shock to tho aged man It was staled lie and slio had been Intimate TUKN TO PARK 1C COLUMN 8 IOWAN HELD IN MURDER CASE Rolfe Man Accused of Shoot ing Livestock Buyer Aug by Iho coroners jury as tile person re sponsible for tho fatal shooting of C W Coffin i5 local livestock buyer T W Arnctt of Holfe was held In hero today awaiting filingof charges Coffin was found shot to death early The plaintiff charges ibrU nn In ycsterday near a shack on the Des stallment of was allowed to so iroinej river here owned hy Arnctt ASSAILS G 0 P N HIS SPEECH JOF ACCEPTANCE Senator Says Farm Relief IsMostOutstand4 ing Issue 2 By WALTER OIIAMBUN Associated Press Stuff Jack Solowltz New York Is tho fourth stowaway to be found on board the City of New 1ork sup ply ship for Commander Byrfla Uttfgottea fry to get a liorth on one of he other two Blilps which arc a part of the ex pedition Hugo Stinnes Industrialist Held in Jail Alleged Crooked Fi nancial Deals Cause Arrest BERLIN Aug Hug Stinnes sou of the late German in dustrial baron was hold today with out bail pending nl HOT SPRINGS Formally notified ot el AUK AP ection by the democratio party u vies presidential candidate Sena or Joseph T Robinson today turned la attention townrtl ths campaign lo shortly will begin a uponklnf our that wll carry him deep Into onthern Heady almost from moment f Ills selection by Houston con for second place on dent icratic tlclcet the senator wafted only formal notification it his choice to raise In protest a against what ho regards aa ihortcomlngs of eight years of republi can control And last night In this llttln valler of the Ozarks official word of hla no Ificutlon conveyed by Claude a Bowers of New York hardly hid eascrt to echo up and down botween ho towering mountain ranges before he senator was on his reet Issuing a challenge to his political foes Centers on Fnrm ProMcm Farm relief prohibition merchant marine and political corruption thcsn arethe Issues he said upon which the democratic party muBt tight out tho campaign And of ths four lie cited the farm problem ag perhaps tho most outstanding In Washington and then of that partys new chieftain gald Mr Hoover ns the presidents trusted adviser Is perhajw more di rectly responsible for the failure of faini relief legislation during the efKht years referred to than any oilier singl0 political lender His pres ent position touching legislation for agricultural relict murks no material advance In his speech of it Is asserted The most urgent eco nomic problem In our nation today In Differences of opinion as to both cases and remedies have re tarded the completion of a construc tive prosnun relief1 This language expressly recognizes the persistence of tho problem and what is moro significant the failure t his parly In Venture Is Then tho senator added that altho thn equalization fco principle was not expressly approved the democratic platform did recoRnlKa tho principle legcil malfeasance iu certain financial transactions of distributing the cost of operations with tho respect to surplus crops over tho marketed units whoso products The examiningjudge refused to benefit led and that the delinquent March 1 IMS anil that the defendants have not yet paid tho In stallment Tho plaintiff asks Judg ment in the amount of the delinquent installment and on the noto and on Ihe farm yet due foreclosure of the Des Moines Woman Is Killed in Auto Wreck DKS MOINRS Alig Mrs Lawrence 23 of DCS Moines was killed early today when thrown thru the windshield of an auto mobile In a collision hero Her hus band Roy nnd brother Charles Banning of were In jured Una Extla last night I Will Rogers BBVHRUV Aug 30 see hy todays puper that Cenfc Tun nay says only Joy to x obtained by boxing is hy facing n man of physical aud intellectual so it looks like his two fights with DcmpKcy were n toial loss as far as Intellectual eislacy were concerned I imagine the fi nancial returns offset the literary loss Two explosions rocked Holly wood his afternoon and nobody knows who set them off Kvldently somebody had heard one of the talking pirturcs taken part in by screen actors Yours Officials allege ie was shot thru tho back following a drinking bout nt the shack declaring be was intoxicated all the previous night Avnett told police In was unable to remember whnt happened mil bail because lie feared that if continued at liberty ho might destroy incriminating evidence to iiavo been discovered at his home Tho airest which resulted from Stlimes fiecretiuy Von un loading upon his chitff chnryos orig inally launched only against himself evidently took the fonnor by surprise When first summoned hfforo the ex amining judge KU nncs who had just returned frum Knglaml was selfpos SKed and almost impudent Bnt when he was confronted by Von Waldow KiinnCH broke down and IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Friday night and Somewlmt wnrmpr in the south central portion Warmer LOCAL STATISTICS GJobeGazette weather figures for 1 hour poriod ending at S oclock a in Friday Highest Thursday fi9 Degrees Jxuvesf In Xijjlit 41 Degrees At 8 A M Friday Degrees A day without even a drop of prc clpitatinn Thats something to write iome nhuut in this month of August Moreover the sun shone nil day Thursday without interruption Thats first price The commonly nc ccptPd theory M rhat tho Tlinrnlon fall festival caused the phenomenon That day is traditionally clear reported to he knew about the secretarys manipulations which consisted in paying up war loan bonds and protending they were In his since before the infla tinn period Tho German revaluation pro vldcs that loan certificates which have In their owners uninterrupted possession since before June 1021 shall bo evaluated at 1 per ront ol their faco value which if acquired nfter that data they are worth only 5 per cent timehud come when economic idvcntiirn is jiiHtlCled In behalf of the millions of farmers thruout the na tion passed from farm relief to pro hibition Therehas always been room In the democratic party ho said for tboso who differ ns to the best means ot promoting temperance and of sup pressing the traffic In alcoholic bev necs Thn convention recognized that tho democratic party Is neither a pro hibition nor an antlprohlhltlon or ganisation hut if entrusted with pow 01Its duty would be to inforco all Applause Interrupted him when quoted from Governor Smiths tele gram to thn Houston convention anrt again a row seconds lator when declared Can It be said that because Governor Smith believes that wtthcut returning to the old evils of ths ja TURN TO IB COLUMN R YOUTH IS SHOT BY IOWA SHERIFF Manchester Boy Tried Escape From Jail at Waterloo to Aug Ar htur iuntgcs Manchester Is death in a Jocal hospital from Indict wounds In bis back inritctrrt last niyht by Sheriff Harry Utlpy of Icr when Tlcntgcs tried to escape as lie being returned to ho county Jail after brcalting out a few hours earlier KntRfS was being held fnr nn n statutory nnd es caped when I ho drnr wan left un guarded lor a low minutes AUNT HEX By Eobert Qtiillcn Pa didnt want to wear his longtailed coat but I was scared he might bend over at the party an his Sunday pants in worn too thin to take any   

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