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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 9, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                fill ft ivAS DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPV ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEW3 SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 27 SLAYER OF OBREGON SENTENCED TO DEATH Hoover Hopes to Keep Gain in JOINT FORCES ARE TO FIGHT CHICAGO CRIME f ThompsonCrowe Mach ine Hit Hard by Election CHICAGO Nov 9 Unholy as it has been called between politics and crime in Chicago trembled today from its second sound poll thrashing and quailed under the threat at new official attacks upon it A police chief only recently ap pointed a sheriff newly elected and i prosecutorelect himself the victim o bombers several months ago weri organizing today to use in concer their thri enforcement agencies ti give Chicagos underworld a thon housecleaning Thompson May Help There wag talk too that Mayo Thompson contemplates joining th politiccrime offensive by using hi executive shears upon numerous of fice holders whose policies have bee scored by investigating bodies Following the defeat In the prlmnr les of the ticket sponsored by Mayo Thompson and States Attorne Crowe and tho further sundering their ranks by Tuesdays vote thes two republican leaders have come to parting of their political ways Crowe will be out ot office In E ember greatly reduced In party and friends of the mayorbelieve the strength oj SLAYER SENTENCED Jose de Leon ToraJ above con fessed slayer of PresidentElect Obregon of Mexico was sentenced to death Thursday by a jury in Mexico City Mother Conception Aceveda de la Llata was sentenced to 20 years in prison ns the of the plot against Obregon 20TH CHILD NAMED AL SMITH IS BORN TO LUVERNE COUPLE UUVERNE Nov Is hollered to be a record for large families was made near here tills morning when the twentieth child was born to Mr and Mrs Nicholas Kelch The baby a boy was named Alfred E Smitii Kelch The latest acquisition makes 10 boys and 10 girls in the Kelch fam ily altho three of the children are dead Both the baby and mother are doing well doctors say So unusual is tills circumstance that the Lmverne physician in at tendance was reluctant to believe that young Alfred B was No 20 However consultation of the fam ily Bible proved the number The mother is 42 and the father 52 CALLED AGAIN WILLIAMS TAKES STAND IN Poincare Is to Call New Paris Cabinet Rumanian Peasant Party i Leader Assumes Con 1 trol Organization in Dixie to Be Bolstered m Raymond 1oincare nbovc erst wliilo premier of Franco until his ciibinct resigned has been sum moned to form another oue by President Douniergtie JohnA Swanson torneyeiect Jhn B Traeger sherifi elect and Police Commissioner TVllltair A Russell have indicated their Inten tion to form a triumvirate of enforce ment that will rout out the gangstei and gunman There were indications that an uiv precedented shakeup oC the police force by the commissioner would be one of the first steps Inthe new pro gram Daughter of McAdoo to Wed Dads Partner WASHINGTON Nov 9 Washington Post today says that MldS Sarah McAdoo daughter of Wil liam G McAdoo former secretary of the treasury will marry Bvice Clag ett a law partner of Mr McAdoo in a ceremony to take place today Clagett a former Washington news paper man became associated with McAdoo when he became railroad ad ministrator Ho has been a law partner ot Mr McAdoos Washington office since the latter retired from public life Defendant Has Good Character CLARION Nov B Williams Mason City attorney resisting at tempts to disbar him from further practice in the state took the stand n his own defense here today and re in some detail the events lead up to his defending Mrs Lulu ler on a bigamy charge in this court last spring Tlie charge against the Mason City awyer grew out oc claims that he lad Instructed Mrs Radera mother Mrs T G Miller and her four sons Henn Roy Charles and Alvin all of Mason City as to what to say when called upon in Clarion last spring to testify for their sister Mrs Hader vho subsequently was convicted and sentenced to five years at Rockwell I The GlobeGazette Offers Six Booklets Winter Fruit Recipes Fruit may be enjoyed summer and winter In various forms Here nro six booklets about ways to Imvo healthful appetizing dishes and drinks at all seasons Any one booklet will bo mailed to you for 4 cents or any 3 for a dime or all 6 for 20 cents Use tho coupon Wisdom Claims Perjury It was claimed by headed by B L Wisdom an assist ant Iowa attorney general that the Miller hoys perjured themselves on following the advice ot Williams grants to what to testify to BULLETIN IHiCHAKEST Rumania Nov 9 Mauhi leader of the national peasant party and long nn opponent of tho Rratiunu re gime in Rumania today formed a cublnent to succeedthat of Vintil which resigned aev request regency P ARTS Nov 9 Poincare after consulting with his friends today agreed in principle to attempt to form a new cabinet Poincare sent a long letter to Presi dent Doumergue In which he set forth certain conditions ot his accept ance It Is understood that M must consult tile leaders of the IQUR groups to ascertain whether Polncares conditions are acceptable to them In the meantime Poincare went into conference with his own staunch supporters M Poincare conferred with M Doumergue over tho difficulties con fronting him Reference was made to the retirement of tlie four radical members ot the cabinet becausef which Poincare and tho cabinet re signed as a body His body is to hav a ministry representing all sections The essential condition laid down by Br Poincare in his letter to M Doumergue wns that the cabinet must be onoof harmony among nil the re publican parties This is interpreted to mean that M Poincare may at tempt to govern without tho collabor ation of the entire radical party but would be content It a portion of that LIOANSTO HAVE 55 SEATS IN JEW SENATE SUBJECT Mark the subjects APPLES attractive recipes ORANGES AND LESIONS in nod nnd drinlc GRAPE JUICE methods of making RAISINS excellent nnd varied recipes imNG FRDITS now It Is done CANNING FRUITS uptodate methods Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C Inclosed find cents for which plcfise send me the book lets marked on this list Send 4 cents for one booklet or 10 cents for any three 2ft cents for all six Semi coin or Name Cily Stale stlfy The boys were sentenced for per ury and later paroled to the Wright ounty sheriff Mr Williams stated on the stand allowing the at rest ot the state hat Mrs Rader came to his home ind told him that she had just dis overed that her first husband whom ihe thot to be dead was alive and bat he was trying to make trouble or her Mrs Rader said according to Mr Williams that she married Rader who ater deserted her Some time ago she married her second husband Lau renco Durham she told the attorney according to his testimony Mrs Rader wished Williams to ob tain a divorce but before that could be tlonn the perjury charge arose and lie undertook to defend her on this Williams Offered Advice Williams also testified that he ad yised her to refrain from living with her second husband until the first case was cleared up He also told her he related to the court that hlgamy charges could not be pressed providing the first husband had deserted three years previously It was on this basis that the defense against the bigamy charge was con ducted nnd It was because of the tes timony o the Miller boys that Rader had deserted three years ago that the disbarment case against Williams be gan Mr Williams was still on the stand when court convened this afternoon Mis testimony followed that of three Mason City lawyers one from Clear Lake nnrl one from Sheffield State Senator C F Tohnston all of whom testified that Williams character was of the heat both morally and profes sionally Tlie Mason City men testifying were Art Rule Fred Ontjcs Tlarvey Bryant B B Stlllman Ccar also was a character witness for the Mason City attorney Blast Kills Chicagoan CHICAGO Nov 8 Brerht 72 lighted a match to look a gas leak resultant explosion killed him and demolished his home Count For House is 269 for P and 165 for Democrats Nov 9 VV congressional results have been tabulated and altho several recounts will be necessary because of close votes in contests for the house the next congress will be made up follows Gii democrats 30 farmerlabor 1 vacant 1 seat of SenatorElect Vaie 2BO democrats 103 farmerlabor 1 The composition ot congress was as follows 47 democrats 4G farmerlabor 1 vacant 2 231 democrats 193 farmerlabor 2 socialist 1 va cant S Elections to vacancies In the present congress nnd to fill unexpircd terms give the following lineup for theap proaching shert session the last of tlie present congress 49 democrats 45 farmerlabor 1 vacant 1 237 democrats 195 farmerlabor 2 socialist 1 In the senate republicans filled one of two vacancies and captured demo cratic seals from Delaware Maryland New Jersey Missouri Ohio Rhode Is land and West Virginia In the house republicans won demo cratic seats In Missouri 7 Kentucky 6 Would Consolidate Gains Made for Par ty Enemy Area STANFORD UNIVERSITY Nov 9 the effect of the tidal wave which has swept him into the presidency Herbert Hoover finds that victory has brot iiim new problems quite apart from those he must shoulder as the chief executive These are political in character and as the head of Ills party the decision as to dealing with them rests with him Foremost among them is tho fu ture organization in the southern suites involving extensive expansion and some realignments south of the Mason and Dlxon line ASlute leader that he Is tho presi dentelect has been fully aware of he factors contributing to the poli Ical revolution revolution vhlch surprised him 03 much as it lid the country as a whole Extended to Congress However latest returns show that in some oC the states which threw their electoral voto to him the ropub lican trend extended Into the congres sional field with the election of can didates ot his own party In districts which heretofore have been strongly democratic One of the high hopes Hoover en tertained during the campaign was that sectional lines might bo broken down and consequently his friends look upon it as only a natural conse quence of the election that he should take cortsolidate aa far as possible has been sained v The creation of a mora extensive organization in tho southern states was one of tho first concerns in his campaign and under his personal di rection a southern division of the re publican national organization was set Thousands Homeless As Molten Lava From Mount Etna Razes Sicilian Town Gendarmes Use Force to Expel Residents From Their Homes As Burning Mass Nears City of on Its Way to the Sea aielly the home of persons to day was a mass of lava shooting flames Three parsons whose es cape was cut off perished in the molten stream rolling down the slopes of Mount Etna The onrush of the three principal atreams which had threatened the region between Mascali and the sea however seemed to have diminished in intensity The disaster so stunned the simple f folk of the countryside that gendarmes and firemen sent to the scene from Catania sometimes found It necessary to USD force to drive them to places of safety The three casualties were a father son and grandson named Pistorlo They had returned to their home to save household goods and as they slept the lava surrounded the dwell In e Fellow townsmen were forced to watch death overtake the three from beyond the lake of lava being help less to rescue them Sufferers Fascinated The spectacle of relentlessly flow ing lava seemed to exercise a terrible fascination on men and beasts A number of cats were lured into Mas call by the fiery sight and destroyed by the molten mass Birds which hovered over the river of lava were caught by the fumes and fluttered down into the fire like dead leaves Two poor peasant women tearfully begged the authorities for permission CODEFENDANT MUST SERVE 20 YEARSJN PEN Crowd Cheers Verdict Reached in Less Than 2 Hours SAN ANGEL Mexico Nor Jose de Loon Toral under sen tence of death for the assassination of Gen Alvaro Obregon today held firm in his assertion that vettUct hela no terrors for him Mother Concepclon Awvada da M Llata tried Jointly with the young art student was convictedof being the Intellectual author of the crime day was hastily dedicated just before i yesterday and warn sentenced to 29 to body of one ot their relatives so as to bury It in a safer place The advance of the lava made It necessary that the reauest be re fused A monument to the war dead which was to been unveiled on Sun the lava reached it Several companies of engineer troops were trying today V ay mines in order to form trenches and thus divert the flow of the molten stream Nears Hallway Line principal stream of lava was flowing in the direction ot the railway station at Mascall Altho it had ad vanced to within 250 yards of the road bed rail service was continuing The stream which had been flowing at a rate ot 100 yards an hour today was making only 10 to 12 yards an Thousands of spectators came from all over Sicily and Calabria They TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 1 McNary Sees No Need for Extra Farm Session up under the direction ot Horace A Mann New Organizations This division brot about changes In the character of state organiza tions and It Is Interpreted that the work undcrlakcn within the limited time permitted during the campaign will be extended how this will he dono Is for future determination ns the president elect Is keeping his mind freefrom political problems as much as possi ble during his period ot rest and quiet This period not only Is one of rest but also of readjustments to another role that has come to him In his event ful career which has taken him into many lines service at homo and abroad Watched y Secret Service TIUe most othtr men who have been elected to the presidency he finds it difficult to submit to constant watch by secret service men Heretofore Hoover ha roamed the Senator Claims Bill Can Be Got Thru at Winter Meeting WASHINGTON Nov 9 man McNary of the senate committee on agriculture today said lie did not thfnk an extra session would be neces sary to obtain farm relief legislation He believes it will he possible to pass a farm relief measure acceptable to President Cool Idga within a week He does not believe the consid eration of such a bill would endan ger other legisla tion pending be lore the short ses sion lie will of fer a bill upon the meeting of the senate broadly alone the lines of the MeNaryHau gen with the equalization fee criminated It in not necessary for us to have oyer home hills about his homo unattended and has delighted in getting away with Mrs Hoover for an hour or more automohilo driving unattended But now as his car Beta out for a run over the presidentelects favorite driveway another car bearing the secret service men trails closely be hind Will Rogers NEW YORK Nov pouring in all day for the purchase of tho democrats All want the lo but no one wants any of tho cast I bet preachers are looking Tor new act more than I am after election It will take them months to get their minds back on religion No one knows ytt who is governor In thla state There Is a Jew ish fellow run ning and it he ets it and makes a good f or ROGERS tour torms thn religion Is sue wont come up again for prei dent till 106 Smith carried all the democratic states be didnt so into and Hoover had a cinch In all the republican ones ho didnt speak in I believe a dumb candidate could havo them both t yours WILL Copyrifilit Ohio 3 Virginia 3 New York 2 North Carolina 2 Nebraska 2 and one each n Colorado Illinois Indiana Mary and Pennsylvania and West Virginia In addition tho republicans won tho scat held by the lone socialist Victor Berger oC Wisconsin and one of the favmerlnbor seats from Minne Botav that held hy Representative Carss Total republican Democrats captured in the house one republican seat In each of Indiana Rhodo Island and West Virginia The net republican gain in the house is 30 Air Boosters to Meet MO1NES Nov 9 The first Iowa aircraft conference to be held hero next Monday to discuss proposed aviation for Iowa wil be addressed by Maj Clarence M Young director of aeronautics for the U S department of commerce more he explained add ing we already have all the informa tion we need as to what should1 be dono to what would be accept able to President Coolldge We should thereforeact promptly and can well afford to put into operation tho ma chinery of a board to handle the ex portable surplus provldo funds for financing cooperative associations and oilier provisions which have also received tho approval President elect Hoover and let this machinery get Into full operation in time to han dle thenext harvest Nothing could be gained by post1 HOOVERS LEAD Republican Ticket in Iowa Polled Total of TES AtOINBS Nov S Hoovers vote In Iowa approached the mark today when less than a hundred scattered precincts had not reported Tuesdays balloting Hoovers unofficial lead over Smith i s with the associated press ibulatlon giving the republican ticket and the democrats Tho vote already reported for the major presidential candidates Indicated that a new record for Iowa balloting probably was set in the state Tues day Hoover Smith alone polled with in votes ot the total cast in 1924 when Coolidge was elected and final returns from the 82 missing pre cincts and the unreporled vote on nominees of minor parties are ex pacted to carry tho total to a new years Imprisonment A thousand persona cheered Jury When verdict returned Ever since his arrest on July 17 im mediately after slaying General Obre gon Toral has maintained that he wn willing to die He reiterated this the trial closed His hope he added as that the Mexican people would rget their Room Bristles With Onni Attorney Sod of the defense counsel as allowed five days to perfect an ppeal to the Mexican supreme court The courtroom resembled a garrison hen the trial was concluded Hem orcements of guards were on duly utalde the hull ding to back ver swellingcrowd The jury ot nine men mostly It orers was out an hour and 40 min utes The verdict waa radiocast The Jury was unanimous In Torald case Mother Concepclon was found gulTCV by a vote of eight to one majority verdict under IVsiican law nelns tlclent to convictrBnVaropied her eyes and sat motionless The guards formed quickly around Tora and Mother Concepclon Thru double rows of troops bristling with weapons they were ted from tho room for the journey to San Angel prison Guard Defense Attorney Toral was bundled into an automo bile and surrounded by heavily armed army oMIcers Mother Concepcfon rode to prison in an opon truck with guards around her Other cars loaded with soldiers grouped among those whicli carried Ihe prisoners Soldiers stood or crouched on the roofs of houses along the way Attorney Sodl of the defense left the courtroom under a heavy guard The crowd however displayed none of the violence against him and tho jury which had been evident In the days of the trial Wea peak 28 Comities Against Rnnds The road bond IssuV approved by an overwhelming major ity of the total vote received concerted opposition only In northwestern Iowa The bonding proposal was defeated In 28 coxmties Including a solid block of those In the northwest corner of the state Tho counties which voted against tho bill wtre Boonc Buena Visln Calhoun Carroll Cherokee CIny Truck Driver Dies After 600 Quarts of Nitro Explode ARTESIA N Nov 9 L Carr superintendent of the New Mex ico NltroGIycerlne company wad killed yesterday when 600 quarts of tho explosive carried In a truck was driving blew up An automobile hub cap and two bits of Carrs cloth Ing besides a huge In the road were loft to mark the spot where the accident occurred poning action until a special session jnson Emmet Greene Hamilton Han in tho spring We can get tho meas ure thru this winter and I can see no reason for delaying Eastern Publisher JOHNSTOWN Nov 9 CHIEF OF KIR6Y GANG IS DEAD Daddy Dugan to Be Charged With Murder of HiJack Leader BUBUQUE Nov 9 abbed in a brawl hero 10 days ago by John Daddy Dugan Kmmelt Klrby 26 leader of the Klrby hijacking gang dlod In a hasitnl last niKht Police said Dugan will be charged with first degree murder Klrby wns at liberty under bond after appealing his conviction of man slaughter for tho death of Charles I Hos who was killed In an attempted hlJnckng a year ago by the Klrby sang 1 IOWA FORECAST Mostly clouily Frlilay night nnd temperatures Saturday and in north ctriiral por tion Friday night LOCAL STATISTICS Highest Thursday 45 Degrees Lowest in Night 28 Degrees 8 A M 33 Degrees Snowfall 07 inches After several days of amiable weath er Old Man Winter stormed In again Friday morning with more snow Tho temperature however showed no Indi cations of lowering ICWA COMPANY IN BIG MERGER arsons Firm of Newton Becomes Part of Nation al Equipment MILWAUKEE Nov D Announcement of a merger of the Na tioiial Equipment company ot which tho Kbchrlnu company Milwaukee is tho parent company the Parsons com pany of Newton Iowa C of power trench excavators and the cork Humboldt Ida Kossuth Lyon Madison Mitchell OBrien Osceola Alto Plymouth Poonhontns Ellnggold Sac Kloux Wlnnebago Worth and Wright Wcodbury county Sioux City sup ported the bonds but the counties no b to theMinnesota state line and cast to the center of the state opposed them with tho exception of Webster county Fort Madison south west of DCS Molnes and Rlnggold on the Missouri border also voted no Legislators from northwest Iowa on posed the bond bill at the special ses sion of the Iowa general assembly last March Roads In that portion of th stnto have been surfaced with a good grade of gravel and some have been paved Democrat Out Ajjaln OMAHA Nov 9 compete unofficial count without the mall voto of the race In tho fourth Nebraska district Indicated tho election by 18 votes of Charle n Insley company Indianapolis pro dncers 06 contructlon hoisting ma chinery into a corporation wns made today by Phil A Koehilnc president and treasurer of the centra corporation Tho acquisition of the Parsons Worth Bailey 73 former con gressman from Pennsylvania and edl tor and publisher of the Johnstown Democrat died here today Mr Bailey served two terms in the house of rep resentatives Sloan ot CJenevn ropuhllcan over Congressman J X Norton of Pok democrat The complete count without thn mail vote gave Sloan and Norton Sloan getting a lead IS votes Insley companies by the National Equipment company Is reported to have involved more than anil was accomplished thru tho ex change of stock with the addition o these two units the National Equip mcnt becomes a leader In constructor ricln Garner iMnn Succumbs GAltNKR Nov Klaocli well known Garner resident died nt oclock this mornlns at his home No arrangements for tho funeral hava been announced Mr Klnockn wICe died last Sunday AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen People ought to move once in a while just to ge rid of the halfempty med cine bottles theyve been   

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