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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                f i a rtt low AS AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV CENTS PRESS REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAYJ3EPTEMBER 12 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL CTWB SERVICB NQ 291 FOUR PLANES OFF ON NONSTOP FLIGHT r hsi 1Ql H 31 HOOVER GREETS PRESIDENT ON ARRIVAL HOME Coolidge Anxious to Get Details on Peace Pact BULLETIN WASHINGTON Sept Hoover today frankly told a delegation from the wom ens parly that he would not pledge himself to an equal rights amendment to the constitution until he had completed an ex haustive the effect of sucli a change in the fundamental law By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff WASHINGTON Sept new and retiring leaders of the republican Hoover and Calvin each other today at Union station on the return of the president from his vaca tion In Wisconsin but their confer ence on political affairs was deferred until a later time Fptloivlns a custom he always ob served while commerce secretary tho republican presidential candidate mo tored to the station with Mrs Hoover and Dr Hubert Work chairman ot the republican national committee ar rivinga quarter of an hour before the presidential train They remained In the presidents Texas AntiSmithites for Hoover FIRE GUTS FOUR STORES Regul ars to Blaze Takes Toll in Building Firemen Fight Lehigh Row Conflagration Without Water believed to have originated tn oil stock in the North End Grocery onLehigh Row Twentyfifth street northwest swept thru and destroyed four buildings early Wednesday morn ing exacting a toll of approximately in buildings and contents The buildings destroyed included the North End Grocery owned by K B Cimljotti and J P Winter and operated by lrred Cardolli two vacant onestory cement block buildings one of which was occupied by Sam Pap pas and the Lehigh Grocery operated by the Karamitros brothers Sam and Pete Local firemen like soldiers without bullets fought the flames after the booster of their engine had been exhausted until a Chicago and Northwestern railroad switch engine arrived with a cargo of gallons I Jl I Itll 11 CVi 111 11115 trillion o u room until train time and were joined M water in Us tender The timely ar I there by the secretary of stale and Mrs Kellogg Attorney General Sar gent arid Dwight Davis secretary of Kollogg Greets Coolidge ecretary Kellogg wasthe first to it the president as privateicar with Mrsi bronzed fromhis stayon the Brule river smiled broadly as he shook hands with eachiiiember ot tho welcoming group Mr Hoover being the second one he greeted The candidate and the president had TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 4 PROMINENT IOWA BUILDER DIES i J C Bealer Succumbs at His Home in Cedar Rapids K CEDAR RAPIDS Sept lA Aimer J C Bealer 83 former legis lator and for more than half a cen tury of Iowas leading bridge if builders died here last night Jli I Kidney trouble For two years he had I leen in ill health Ijjv Mr Bealer was prominent in G A f circles A native of Switzerland parents brot him to Cleveland jwhen four years old He came to Iowa jS In 1856 He was president of the i Cedar Rapids Canning company for j many years and built a number of buildings stores and homes as investments A member of the commission which ijbuilt the million dollar memorial to and sailors hilled In the war jllr Bealer hoped to live long enough I to sec ths building dedicated With Uhe ceremonies set for today a radio Uiad been installed at hfs bedside so he could hoar the exercises The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Scientific Kitchens Careful research has demon strated that a great saving In housework is easy and practical by better arrangements of kitchens and kitchen equipment x You can save thousands of endless stooping and eternal lift ins if things are planned right for your convenience A government booklet fully S 5 Illustrated with plans and sketches ui gives the results of scientific study ijjljin kitchen convenience A copy j awaits you for 4 cents postage and handling cost IFeVfl Use the 1 W Frederic J Haskln Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Dureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 cents n coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet CONVENIENT KITCH ENS Name street late rival of the engine enabled the fire men to save the pool hall operated oy the Karamitros brothers which was already smoking and threatening to burst into flames Shotgun Warning abbi LT Bailas Cottage 16 LeliigHHow Who was aSvakened by the smell of smoke Barlas waived thepreliminaries of dressing and clad in night ran down the street shooting a shot gun into the air Firemen received tiie call at oclock and when they ar rived the Cardeli grocery was practi cally gone The 40 gallon chemical and 70 gallon booster tank were soon exhausted ard tlie fire engine was dispatched to the Lehlgh plant threequarters of a mile away the nearest source for waicr supply Before the engine in three concrete block buildings TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 5 IN CROSSCOUNTRY miuavM rvTew Yorker Exodus of Party Bolters Marked by Series of Fist Fights rVALLAS Texas Sept RUTH NICHOLS ART GOKBEL Three of the entrants In the nonstop flight across the country lo Los Angeles now in progress are shown Above is Art favorite aliove left Ruth Nichols anil below left N B Mamcr This nonstop effort is the last trans continental event in the Los Angeles show N B MAMER PLOT REPORTED AGAINSTRIVERA Several Persons Arrested in Madrid and Other Spanish Cities NEW YORK Sept 12 ports from the FrancoSpanish border say numerous arrests have been made in Spain after the discov ery of a plot against the government of Prlmo de Rivera who is about to celebrate his fifth anniversary as dic tator of Spain A dispatch from Hendaye France says the arrests were reported to have been made In Madrid and other Span ish cities The Havas agency of France was notified however by its Madrid cor respondent that official circles in the Spanish capital asserted the country was tranquil There were Indications of the Im nositlon ot a strict censorship The Western Union Cable company noti fied the Associated Press that the Spanish authorities had refused to de liver a to the Associated Press Madrid bureau asking about the reported plot Altho the usual run of news was received from Madrid the cables made no mention ot any move ment against the state On July 14 there were border re ports of a widespread1 plot against the Spanish government At that tlmo frontiers were under a strict jjuard and passengers on International trains were subjected to a searching investi gation Hoover Will Lose Some but Smith More Iowa Leaders Claiming COUNCIL BLUFFS Sept republicans will lose Eome votes among farmers in Shelby and Montgomery counties but tho demo crats will lose more Hoover In the November election leaders from those counties reported at the ninth con gressional district republican confer ence here yesterday Bnd roads attendance threo counties being un represented Dickman Is New Head of Upper Iowa Dean of Institution Follows Van Horn as President FAYETTB Sept W Dick man dean of Upper Iowa univer sity today was unanimously elected president of the institution by the board of directors He succeeds Dr J P Van iforn who resigned sometime ago following a disagreement with the student body Dr Van Horn has not yet announced his Plans for the future and at the present time Is away on his vacation which extends until Oct 1 at which time his resignation and the assump tion of the office by Dr Dickman be come effective Dr Dlckmnn has long been iden tified with Upper Iowa and has served the Institution for 46 years a part of the time as instructor some as vice president and since 1901 dean of the college which office was estab lished and thevfce presidency abol ished at that time ThSj new president has been a strong backer of those determined to prevent the merger Iowa with Cor nell college and it was this disruption In sentiment between the Undents nnd Dr Van Horn which caused the for mer thru the student council lo de mand the presidents resignntloti Eight siteswaT Hear Brookhart in Campaign for Hoover CHICAGO Sept tor Smith W Brookhart of Iowa leader of the senate farm boc win probably be tho most active cam paigner in the cause of Herbert Hoov er this rail Rep Walter H Newtn of Minnesota director of the speakers bureau of the republican national committee announced today Senator Brookhart has been sche duled for 43 public addresses In starting tomorrow nnd ending October Leaving his home stato on Ort 2 the Iowa senator will mak a speak ing tour thru Missouri Illinois Wis consin Minnesota North and South Dakota nnd Nebraska The democratic parly in Texas headed by Gov Dan Moody stood pledged today to support Gov Alfred E Smith of New York for president and at the same time to continue the fight to exterminate the liquor traffic after one of the most violent conven tions the party has ever held Governor Moodys first public state ment of his position and the platform declarations came only after the atmosphere of yesterdays convention had been cleared of antiSmith senti ment thru the medium of a wholesale expulsion or bolt depending on the viewpoint of all antiSmith elements from the auditorium The exodus of the recalcitrants was BALLOUGH STILL MAINTAINS LEAD IN DIVISION B Wood Brings in Ship Second at San Diego BULLETIN SAN DIEGO E BallouRh was the first of 14 Class B transcontinen tal air derby racers to reach Rockwell field today from Yunui Ariz He landed nt John Wood of Wnusnti was second nt ami John LiviiiRton of Aurora third nt Robert W Canfwcll of Dunrau was the first of three Class C entrants to arrive j OS ANGELES Sept With 300 miles of desert and moun tain country separating them from their final goal here throe groups of Ui L uumumilll LS With marked by half a dozen fist fights planes hnediip today fo over county standards and scenes of dash toward the line of the wild contusion 19S air races and tho pot YANKEE STADIUM New York Sept Philadelphia Athletics came back into the American league pennant race today by ekeihg out a four to three victory over the worlds champion Yankees here today Bishops home run in the ninth inning broke up a three all tie Howard Ehmke pitched a fine game until he was re lieved in the eighth inning by Ossie Orwoll who after forc ing in a run by walking Laz zeri the first man he faced with the bases loaded forced Gazella to fly out to Haas and stop the Yankee rally The victory placed the Ath letics only a game and a half behind the Yankees They had been a half game ahead of the champions when they took double beating Sunday and a third clefeat yesterday The Athletics peppered Hoyt all thru the contest Another large crowd was present to see the last home game of the Yankees Philadelphia 13 0 Yankees 10 2 York Hoyt Bengough P Collins Philadel phia Ehmke Orwoll Coch rane PHILADELPHIA Sept The Brooklyn Nationals defeated Philadelphia B to 3 Brooklyn 3211 17 0 000 000 5 0 Clnrl nnd Gonrh lienge Walsh McGraw anil Lerian According to the regulars the bolt ers were made up chiefly oE people who never claimed to be delegates or disgruntled contestants for seats in the convention who were denied places on the roll and replaced by loyal Smith delegates Joined Hoover Ranks Within nn hour the antiSmith group had completed an organization adopted resolutions condemning Gov ernor Smith and praising Herbert Hoover and had disbanded to start its TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 4 Will Rogers NEW YORK Sept here Just in time to see the Babe win his own game i Why these peo back here are all excited over election while out west everybody is tending to busi ness The court here today just passed a ruling that the night clubs they had padlocked here would have to be unlocked Where do you suppose people WILL ROGERS were soing to BO between m I d night and noon tho judge says What do you think this Is Arkan sas somewhere They claim it was a political move In the first place to deprive tho republicans coming to New York from getting a drink Yours WILL ROGERS Copy rich f of sold awaiting The two transcontinental contin gents Class B and Class C flyers 16 pianos in all awaited the starting sig nal at Yumn that would send them hurtling toward their goal will a fuel at San Diego Uoth classes hopped from El Paso yester day A crash that resulted in the serious injury of a passenger put one plane out ot the running in Class B The Waco biplane ot Stuart F Auer of TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 rt on Vet Pensions VON ELM LOSES BRATC BURN COUNTRY CLUB Newton Sept defeat of four former champions In cluding George Von Elm of Detroit who had been favored to reach the finals furnished a succsolon ot sen sations today in the first Shole match play round of the national amateur golf championship Von Elm playing poorly in a driz zling rain lost to Arthur W Yates of N by 3 and 2 The pass Ing of the titleholder was fol lowed in rapid succession by the down fair of Chick Kvans of Chicago 1927 runner up Max Marston of Philadel phia champion and Francis Oul met BDston favorite Kvans bowed to the spectacular golf of his fellow townsman John Daw son 2 and 1 after a great struggle made the turn in a record and finished in 71 otjual Ung UK tournament and championship course record San Antonio Legion Float ClausenWarden Dis play Gets JEtig Hand at Cedar Rapids Ily STAFF REPRESENTATIVE CUDAR RAPIDS Sept float sponsored by Clausen Wordim post Mason City Tile Spirit of tlm American was the outstanding feature of the huge pa rado here yesterday in connection with the state convention of the Am erican Legion It was the same float with which the Legion wan represented in Mason Citys Seventyfifth Anniversary pa rade with Leo Stlrn pluying the I From the beginning to the end of the mile and a halt lino of march a ripple of applause followed along with the float A proposal to send the float to tho national convention in San Antonio aa a department of Iowa project was un der consideration Action on the mat ter may be taken today 2 Mason Cilyans Speak Mason city was represented on yes terdays program hy Hanford Mac Xicler who made a brief but forcible address and by W Earl who as stnte director of community serv ice and Commander Ralph Lloyd have been receiving congratu Convention Ready to Eleit Officers for New Year BULLETIN rKDAK KAPiriS Scnr Prlchnrd nt Onawit was clotted rommnmlcr of the Iowa department of the American I OR ion a the animal convention liere today Maishalltown was Riven the IS29 convention Oilier officers arc Vire mm Hiunders Lyte Aliistnulccr firccn ficld 1 W Laird Ml Pleas ant Hurley W Reed Water Ino ailjutant 1J J Laird Algona finance officer C M Piper Hoone thanlain the Rev W M Kofi man Diihmiuc historian Don Mr Claln William Marsh Cresco RAPIDS sent Selection of new officers nnd tho 1029 convention city and consideration of resolutions comprised the business of tho annual convention of the Iowa department ot Hie American Legion here today and Davenport were expected to fight it jont for the next cnnvention Among the prominent candidates to succeed G Decker French of Davenport as state com mander are Oeorge Pritchnrd of Onawa James Herring of Belle Plalne and Harry Heed ot Waterloo Declining to abide hy the resolutions committee action In discarding his pro posal to put World war veterans on a j pension basis identical with Spanish j nnd Civil war veterans Senator Smith Brookhnrt theresolutions committee announced he would bring SEVEN STATES HOLD PRIMARY ELECTIOIUOTE Results in Most Cases Have Little Nation BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DIUMARY elections were held In f seven widelyscattered states yes terday but returns today gave a few indications that the final results would have much more than a locnl effect upon the coming struggle be tween tho politlal partLs In Oregon representative Albert Johnson chairman of the house Im migration committee apparently was going down In defeat before Homer T Bone his republican opponent He trailed by votes early today Judge Kenneth Mackintosk had a big lead in tho republican senatorial con test with Miles C Polndexter former senator running second In Arizona Senator Henry F As hiirst and Gov G W P Hunt demo cratic incumbents held commanding leads for rcnominatlon Party Bnltnr Wins Across the continent in Xew Eng land Charles W Tobey who bolted the republican party with Roosevelt 1912 and boasted of it during his campaign xvon the republican nomi nation for governor of New Hamp shire Ora A Brown whn hnd tho indorsement of a group oC party leaders i ho same time Vermont shat tered political tradition A Gov John became the governor lo be nominated for n term since biennial elections wce adopted and he also broke the unwr It ton law thjit the governorship should TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 2 Accident Victim11 Dies WATERLOO sept leoiRe W Rlam laborer whose skull was fractured when he fell 20 feet from a steam shovnl at a quarry mldwny between Waterloo and Cfdnr napids yesterday died here last night latibiTs on all hands on the winning of 1 e matter up on the floor first place in the slain contest for I community service j The meeting of the resolution com mittee Monday nisht provided the setting for a heated battle between Senator Brookhart and Mr MacNIdtr the first personal contact between these two men for some 10 years On tlie questions of pension legislation and a universal draft act the two dif fered violently and in the test Brookhart was defeated JO to 1 He threatened to bring In a mln orty report on both questions at to days business session and MacNIder has let it be known he will take the floor against the Brookhart proposals Friend of Labor The senator is attempting to tear down all that we have accomplished in rehabilitation work with his general pension the Mnson City man told the resolution body J C Lewis head of tne state fed eration of labor paid extensive trib ute to Mr MacNIder In his address ha fore the convention yesterday de scribing Him as one of organized la bors best friends I went to Mnson City to look up his record for Samuel Ciompcrs ann sot nothing but favorable evidence Abandoned His Proposal The senator abandoned his proposal to have tlie convention go on record as fnvorlng the drafting of capital inj dustry and labor In wartime on the some basis as men are drafted for army service after an argument In committee which lasted an hour Fellow committeomcn including Hanford MacKider City for mer assistant secretary of war told Brookhart measure was pre posterous nnd we Tho Webster City post drum and Wea FIVEOTHERSARE GETTING READY FOR LONG HOP Mrs Stillmans Ship Is Fourth lo Take Air for Los Angeles nOOSEVBLT FIELD N Bept telephone message received here early this afternoon from Clifford McMillan of Syracuse first to take oft in the transcontinental air race said that McMillan had been 3orccd down on a mountain eight ruls west of Wllkes Barro The flyer reported that his plans had not been damaged but he rquested i that a ship with spare parts be tent to him at once Nick Maner pilot and C A Paul sen both of Spokane who followed McMillan took off at p n their Buehl Sesquiplane The plane was painted orange and carries Ihe race No 25 The third entry to take the air Emll Burgln who left at oclock eastern standard time In a Whirlwind motored Bellanca He was accom panied by Capt L A Tancy Thn race number of the Plane which a black body and orange wtnKS la 20G Mrs Stillmans North Star took of at eastern standard time leaving without a compass stolen shortly bo fore tho departure The North Star the whirlwind motored monoplane origin ally bought by Mrs Stillman for Then Raaho to make on Atlantic flight In was piloted by Oliver Boutllller ot East Orange N J George King went latgreen withTaliver 156 Entries Fall Off ROOSEVELT FIELD N Sept tho time approached today for the hopoff in the nonstop race from this field to Los Angeles the list of airplanes entered had been TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 5 WEATHER HELPS CORN TO MATURE 37 Per Cent of Crop Is Safe From Frost Reed Reports TIES MOINES Sept cent weather has favored ths matur ing of corn and 37 per cent of the Iowa crop was safe from frost nn Sept 10 Charles D Reed announced todav In the weekly report of the Iowa wea ther and crop bureau While the Indicated yield per acre is not the largest lie large acreage with good yields will probably mnks this the largest corn crop Iowa ever ha said In some localities 90 per cent of the corn is safe from frost ths re port said Silo filling is well under way and some corn has been cut for fodder The hogging down pro cess also hns started Considerable corn has been selected for need Threshing Is nenrtng completion in the backwnrd counties In northeast Iowa where wet weather was a se vere handicap Good yields frnm third crop alfalfa have been reported with a fourth croji coming on in some localities Prepar ations continued for winter wheat seeding Pastures continued good bugle corps last night won the dr contest for the second straight yenr altho an extra drill was required to break H tie with State Center IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy tn Wed nesday night slightly cooler in rast anil central portions Thurs day mostly fair rising tempera tures in northwest portion LOCAL STATISTICS Local Statistics American Beet Sugar corporation weather figures for 24 hour period at 8 n m Wednesday Negro Held in Des Moines for Murder DKS MOIXliS Sept Harold Pogue 19 year youth was arraigned In municipal court yosterdny for the slaying of old Highest Wednesday 8l Degrees Iowest In Night BO DegreeH At 8 A M Wednesday 62 Degrees Precipitation 22 Inches With the wind In the southwest Wednesday morning North Iowa looked forward lo calmer weather conditions ranco Terry 21 Negro and ordeiMl held In the county jail without bail to await preliminary hearing Sept 20 Pogue is aUcRCtl tn have slabbed nnd fatally wounttod Terry during t I the union chief argument Monrtjiy nvna f0 rent droc declared AH Inquest will be held tonight AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Old man Ezra bosses the school board an I knowed that dumb Jones girl would get reelected for the third grade when I seen him pattin her   

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