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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DA ILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS ABASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1928 UNITED NEWS SUPILEMENTAL SERVICH NO 31 FEDERAL OFFICERS TO PROBE VESTRIS WRECK WOULD RESTORE ROADSWRECKED BY UMULOW Eruption Victims Prepare to Rebuild Line pIARRE Sicily Nov 14 the lava from Mount Etna diminishing hourly In Intensity na tives of the otricken region today gradually reorganizing their ec onomic life Engineers were working on a new road over which railway passengers and baggage will be transported 30 that tho cut In the MessinaCatania line will not hold up communications too long Steamer service between the two cities ana the railway detour by way ot Catania Termini Immerse and Pal ermo has relieved the direct lino some what Tho functioning of the dis rupted line Is regarded as essential however to the movement ot commo dities for the entire district There was come talk today ot tun neling thru the lava which spread over the road aa soon aa the molten stream cooled and Its How subsided This would restore tha severed rail tray to normal service Hoover Includes t fttl SOUTH AMERICAN STORM KILLS 18 Cyclone Strikes Railway n Ar Argentine NoV ft loss of life and dam are reported from the region ot Villa Maria railway center which Was struck by a cyclone yesterday 32lhteen persons are known to be dead In Villa Maria with the number of dead nnd injured In neighboring towns undetermined Will Rogers NEW TOR1C Nov got one of the most stubborn murder cases here In New York It the fellow that shot Arnold Roth stein Is just bull headed and wont come in and give lip fT h e was soma litUs talk of even going so far as to arrest him but that seems squashed Been reading editorial on Pres ident Coolidge debt and arma ment speech Several p a p e ra have asked What would ROGERS Europe do if we were In difficulties and needed help So this Is In re ply to those inquiries Europe would hold a celebration Yours Copyright on Itinerary captain on Bridge Goes VESTRIS SINKS OFF VIRGINIA COAST Above is a photograph of the Ixmnrl from New Yorlt to South America which sank after a list In its cargo But 220 of 1ho imssonKere and crew weru saveil leaving 108 still missing To the right is W P Adams Odeboit who wilh Dr Gromnn also of Orteholt was among the survivors PRINCIPLES OF PARTY NEEDING REVIWMITH Governor in Urges Forming of New Platform Survivors Are Bitter in Condemnation of Carey TUBW YORK i li ft I IOWA AVIATOR IS COMMENDED Wilbur Lauds Service of Flyer in Preventing Crash WASHINGTON Nov 14 vey s Grlesy Van Hornoy Iowa chief naval aviation pilot haa been com mended by Secretary YVilbur for pre venting a plane crash last Sept 25 when he made repairs on an alrplano in flight Griesy was serving as a ffimner on a torpedo plane pilotcl by Knslgn W C King when the yoke in the fronl cockpit became disconnected The plane nosed up and was about to fall Into a spin when Grlesy climbed out over the fuselage made repairs nnd then went into the rear cockpit where he took over the controls and rifflited tlie craft The GlobeGazette Offers Booklet for Auto Owners of Car Is 82page illustrated booklet telling in plain language briefly tbe basic facts every owner should know about his automobile Battery brake and headlight testing cleaning methods lubri cating rules tire presaurs charts how to stop squeaks safety sug gestions complete drawings and photos of principal pnrta of the car are nmons the many useful fea tures A few minutes with this booklet may pave hours of trouble and Increase the lfo of the car while economizing on operation Use the coupon Frederic 1 Haakln Director The Mason City GlobeGnzctte Information Bureau AVashlnRton D C I inclose herewith 6 rents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet CAKE OF THE CAR Name Street City Slnle Nov 14 broadcasllnpr an appeal to the democratic party to develop and pre sent to congress a constructive na tional program Gov Allreil E Smith today was Intent on golf In the south Accompanied hy a lew friends ho will have a two weeks vacation near Biloxl Miss The governor In his speech which was biondcast over 3S radio stations also tirped that Herbert tho he did not mention him he given tlie cooperation of v zen in the development of calculated to promote tlie v best Interests of the count r President of All lrlt must be said the governor that while political parties may seriously divide public opinion thruont the country during the pro gress of n campaign after tho Amer ican people have made their decision the man selected is not the president of the republican party but is I president of the United The governor denied tho election was a crushing defeat for the demo eratm party which ho asserted wa1 stiH a live a vigorous anrl a forceful major minority The exEsttiice of such a party he declared necessar to serve as a check upon the majority party i The governor sit Ed that the demo cratic party in the next four years NEW YORK Nov 14 of Capt William J Carey master of the Vestris were voiced today by some of the 12G survivors ot the liner who reached port on the American Shipper Rescued passengers nnd members of the crew alike were rather severe in their references to the captains delay in sending out the first S O S on Mon day morning and in ordering the lifeboats out Not a life would havo been lost passengers salil hail the boats been Knit d properly equipped or had they been launched before the awkward llst ng of the ship The sharp ansle which she took made every descent into tfe craft a trip of terror and confusion it was eaid Tho experience they had been thru was written sharply ontha pale drawn faces ot the survivors brot by the American Shipper Several paBS had had medical attention especially those who bad 1een long ex posed to wind and water os they awaited reacun Jn the liteboate Criminal Capt Prefldrlck Sorensori apassen ger ot the Vestris who holds a masters license was particularly bitter in his criticism of what he railed the crimi nal neglect he said marked the disaster I know about he said The reason tho vessel foundered Is crim inal neglect The captain did every thing wrong He should have had ships standing by us lung he TOURING PARTY MAY PAY VISIT TO VERA CRUZ Donovan and Willebrandt Confer With Presi dentElect By JAMES U WEST Associated Press Staff Writer UNIVERSITY Cal J Nov 14 Hoover will Mexico during the goodwill our of upon which is will embark next Monday from San Pedro but whether it will bo tlie first or the last of the republics on the Itinerary Is yet to ho decided Alternate plans are under consid eration one calling for a stop nt Aca pulco enroute to South America and the other for A call at Vcrn Crux on Ihoreturn trip from oe Janiero to Florida Should the ral he made at Aca pulco which is altout 200 miles al most duo south of Mexico CHy Pres ident Cailes and Uwisht Morrow tho American ambassador probably would welcome the presidentelect there flmiiiff t goodwilt ship land nnertay slay of tho tho battleship Mary May io by Kail If the visit is deterred until the journeys end the battleship P 2 MORE HELD FOR SHOOTING Slight Chance for N U Foot ball Player to Re cover CHICAGO Nov 14 riddle of shooting oC John C Aehri Northwestern university football play er revolved around two new suspects today Benjamin Xuckcrman and Benjamin Claser were arrested when their seduu was found with a smashed fender Police believed their car was the ma chins which collided with Achefs car shortly heforo he wns shot Garagemen told police tho men haO used tho sedan early Sunday when two bullets fired from a similar ma chine wounded the football player perhaps fatally After a second operation hist night doctors said tho bullet in Achers spine could not be removed lie might live they said but his chances were few Police yesterday released Phillip JIcKee president ot tho American Greenhouse Manufacturing company when they became convinced Ills car as not involved Acher was woumlcl by allots from a passing sedan a tier hia car nmJ the sedan hod collided In a minor accident neglected to build up a constructive program and relied entirely upon the failure of the opposition party It would not he In a position to solicit the confidence and support or the Amer ican people It would be regarded as a conntruc tive said 1C the democratic party at Washington were to formulate a program ndopt it offer i r f it to the congress of tho United States JQ ConSlQCr Fate 01 rind there defend It j Still In Principles A refusal of the party in power to accept it or tho Inability to bring about party unity for the solution of these problems would then fix the responsi bility and make a record upon which n successful campaign can be waged four years from Governor Smith asserted he did not regard the defeat as impairing in the slightest degree tlic soundness ot the principles for which democratic party stands I am just ns anxious to see them succeed as 1 wns when the party hon ored mo with tho nomination and with all the vigor that I can command f will not stand for them hut I will battle for WOOD MURDER CASE NEAR END i Lyle Man at Eldora difi Not a should have hcen sent overboard hpforti other vessels were standing Mrs ISarl Dcvore the lifeboat in which her husband nn automobile racer was sitting1 go down The mnnll crew of Noprro seamen Jn her own boat she said refused to go to the aid of those slrupfglinir In thewater nltor their craft had been lost SuYnrcd Victims AVIfo It woulJ he dttiigrerous to let no many idiittonal human beings clnm bcr into thoir boat the Negroes told her Mrs Devore reported She called them cmvards but they were sullen Sit down1 they yelled and she had Lo obey K J Marvin of Mount n representative of tho Standard Oil company of Nciv said tho re gponsfbilily would rost with Cantnln Carey Mr Marvin said the skijf hnd been dereliet in not summoning aid 2 t h oil H en r I or Marvin also rlpclurort 1hat hnd the lihnhOiit sound and properly launched thorn would linve been no of life since tho Iho rough wns warm George ftantnrtno asserted ho triad to renoh three lifeboats but ench do nled him entrance He couldnt swim TURN TO PAGK 13 COLUMN 1 SOLDIERS HELD FOR CAR THEFTS Utah upon which the last leg of the voyago will be xvould proceed to Vera Cruz anti the presidentelect rrr to the Down on Ship Get Life Belt Never Mind Orders Skipper NEW YORK Nov 14 word of the death ot Capt William J Carey master of the Vestris was brot today by the rescue ship Berlin Alfred Duncan second steward of the Vestris said ho and Carey were standing on the bridge of tho ship up to a minute or so before she sank Duncan wore a life belt but Carey hrfd none The steward jumped just before the ship made her death plunge and saw no more of tho master Get your life belt on pay no atten tion to Carey told Duncan as the two stood on the bridge after the sltlpper had given the age old order ot women and children Duncan obeyed his chief and put on the belt The sea wasthen wash injj a third of the deck ami the Vcs 1 ris was rolling over on her stnrhoart beam Capfnlu Diilutf Jump Jumped but the captain dldn1 jump with Riiid Dunoan dont know happened to him the shin flopped over on her ant lay there a minute Then she Last Saturdays storm Duncan con tinued battered in a halt door on Hi side ot the Veetria Hooding the coa bunkers and stopping the engines Early Sunday morninishe befraii t list and the crow was ordered to bal with buckets That seemed rirtkulou to Duncan but everybody obeyed th orders of the master Passengers did not know Just who the trouble was until almost the lai LIST OF MISSING PLACED AT 108 SHIPS NEAR Admiral Says All of Liv ing Have Been Found Ten Privates at Fort Des Moines to Be Ar raigned DKS MOLNHS Nor H i connection with the theft of 10 au tomobNeH hero 10 urlvtUns of the Fort s niiny post ranging from 17 to 27 yoars of today nival led in rounty coin t They were arrested Alnnday nnd yoa terday Thosa under nvreat aro Hnrolrt Sutherland 20 Sioux Fully K Roy Hunter 21 Cooperstown N LRwrfince Hablll 20 Bagley fain PS K Mn n IT C u n n i n fchai n Herman U KcholU 27 Cham Kerlam S and Meredith IS Cedar Itnnids ull of whom will hi charged with larceny of nn automtj ilile according to detectives Roy Huntiiifjton facing n charge of in rommit ii fel ony Horace McKnight 20 Oklnho City and V H Hunter IS Rook who will he charged with petty and TanifH RirhrirlK 21 held fur inves tigation FUNDS SHORT rail to be welcomed there by EmHIo For tea Gil who will succeed to the Mexican presidency on Dec 3 While all detnilw oC tho Itinerary of I he Lfa tinAmerican lni a till are carefully Kuardftd it Is the be lief here that Mr Hoover would pre fer tn malte an official call upon the president at Mexico City since he will call on the presidents of other republics in their capitate The rail trip tn Mexico Oily would tivo him nn opportunity to see and study pait oE the country Tlio presidentelect nfter speiillny yesterday In and on a shopping expedition to Wan Francis co turned today to H detailed study J the southern hut It was indicated that n final deciHiAn OH all points would await t he arrival here of Henry P Fletcher American am bassador to Italy who will accom pany Mr Hoover as the official rep resentative of the department Donovan Visit The simultaneous visit of AVilUam J Donovan assistant to the attorney general of he United States and Mrs Mabel Walker WfllcbranOt an assistant attorney Rcntral at the Hoover homo yea terday renewed political discussionH around Al to Some of tho prognoHtieators be lieve that Tlonovan a closepersonal friend of Iho presidentelect sue coed lfhrt Sargont us attorney general on March I Mrs Wille braiidt TV hose home is In California Halrt she had called on tho president elect simply to pay her respects and that them wns no political cance o her visit minute accorrting to Duncana Tbe captain ordered everyone on the boat 6ecU It was their apparent that wassinking ana order talce to the boats was issued Took One Li ft boa f Qufroa snfd that perfect order dirt not prevail at all In one In stance flvo passengers from the thlril claas lalclnga lifeboat nil to them selves m their haste to get away rrom the sinking ship There wiifi aome difficuty with low ering1 the lifchoatts uccortlinff to Qnh os Some of tbo passengers reported that one of tlte lifoboatH hnd a hole In it and plunks had to he nailed over the aperture before it could be launched leaking and beginning to sink before H 10U feet from the Vent ria Duncan tiifr slewu rd report eil to havo 11 the last lo lenvo Captain j Carey on the bride of the Vostris and tho man fJO highly praised by Qulrop told of soelnp to the tioedw or the pas NKW YORK Nov 14 Clmrles ir Tuttlc attorney announced thin afternoon hat would cnmmeircB an tomorrow afternoon on the wreck J of tho Vratrls f Tito will liefore Inited States rmnnuflsioner Francis A ONeill BULLKT1N NEW YORK Nov H North German liner Berlin with 23 rescued lerEonx nnd one body from thn wrerlt of lie liner Veslripi alionrd arrived off Quarantine this The TierIn arrived nt the har Ttor entrance long before tucn left liu rllj proier to meet her A ilelay of several houni before more ilnlailH of the dlsusfer cowld ho learned seemed likely Thn frelRhter American Shipper hearing 25 of liie Murvivors of the Vratris pnascd Sandy Mnok inbound for its dock In Hie North river nt fiA thin morning and Holt agenM were informed today tlmt thi Freiifh tanker Myriam with fit rescued survivors of the stcumship Vcstris dock ahont 10 oclock tonight in Hohokcn XTEW Nov 14 ot known Irom British linor Vestris stood at day with aearch continuing possible Hurvlvors amongthe 108 pas senBera and crew atlll rolsslmr Three vessels left the scene of rfscues for New York with 212 sur vivors aboard Klpht more wore aboard the Imttleahip which con tinued the search nt n spot 240 milen BOTH IOWANS SAFE Nov 14 bolt went about lin InisineRB us usual today Adnnift oivner of thou sands of acres of farm land jienr here and August Groman who has lived here for two score years wore uniotiK lie rescued reported from tho sinking of tlm nrilish sieaiiier Vestris Mr Adams wire lessed his son J Q Adams of Chi cago veslerdny hat they wero safe aboard thn freighter American Shipper Jind would arrive in Xew York today sengers lie satd that before they look to tne boats each passenger was givon somo i sweet cracker a hunch of bananas off Virginia Capes where biscuits and water After leaped into the water Dun can continued ministrations to the Swimming to one life bnat crowded with almost TOO persons he or tier eel some of them out to to another partly filled boat Inst all swamped The steward rwam around for several hours before he was picked up by life boat No i fhUdren NRW YORK Nov 14 I the oldest laws of the run j TURN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN t trls was abandoned Monday afternon in a slnklrifr condition when bound for TAKES OWN LIFE DrwTir1WoMnt Appear m Any More Bis Criminal Trials ELDORA Nov 11 first degree murder case ngnlnst Carlton Wood farmer lor the fatal shooting of Aymcr D Davis prominent local attorney is ejrpectet1 to reach the jury today The defense closed its yesterday contending that Wood shot at tho ground to frighten Davis the shot striking the sidewalk before hit ting Davis in the legs The victim died Oct 17 nearly a month after tho shooting following an amputation operation IOWA FORECAST Cloudy nnd cooler niprlit probably rain in cast por tion Thursday fair cooler 5n pjisfc and south portions LOCAL STATISTICS GIolioOazctLft weather figures for 21 at S oclock a m Inspectors Discover Discrep ancy of in Postoffice ST PAlITv Nov H A shortage of approximately SJQMO in tho accounts of Thomas V Carey as slstnnt postmaster at N reported to Hush O Himmons northwest postal Inspector by postof MOINES Tvov 14 Clfir onco IDarrow Chicago lawyer does nnt believo ho will In nny morp great criminal trials he snld In an in terview hero today Ive spent nearly nO years loins thru sort of tiling and now I a rest Reading writing traveling and working word puzzles keep me hour period ending arguments i Inventor of Luminous Paint Dies in N J Court Declines to Reverse Poweshiek Case f EAST OTMNGK N Xov M JT DES MOINES Nov 14 j Sftbin von Sochock died today a victim of the luminous paint ho In fontcd for painting watch dials In the plant of tho United Slates Radium cor poration Deaths of a half dozon wo mnn eniployed in the plant to paint wntch dials hive liocn attributed lo Iowa supreme court has declined to reverse a Judgment for S50I obtained by Mm Mat tie Morrow against Mrs Kitty Soovllle In Poweshiek counly district court alleged assault and hiillery Hitoutgrowth nf Mrs Sco vlllos atteijiptc to investgrttc her husbands relation with Mrs Morrow Highest Tuesday 54 decrees Lowest in Night 48 At 8 A M Wednesday 50 ricgrnift Tuesday night will take rank as the balmiest yet denlt out to North Iowa this November Tho minimum was at most 20 doRreeg above tho freezing point nf to moons maximum boon exceeded on occasions ppenod cloudy with wind fico inspectors making nn check of tho Fargo office Takes Own IMe FARGO N Nov 11 inspectors who expressed a flQslre to talk with T Verne Carey At assistant annuil usy enough Harrow said Harrow will debate here tonight iiRainst Kabbi Munnhehncr of IJes on the question In Man a Machine Dfirrnw will uphold tho affirmative postmaster following1 their annual j check of thr postoffice finances found he had killed himsolf Inatmnstor Hugh Corrigrin discovj ered Careys body bullet thru tho head a nearby 1 L TT tlXpenSC Ol out of tho south the nSjsimlliiitton of radium active sub stances WH0 Announcer to JT II TV J woeh Ilt oin lalking Movies in addition a eomn to the republican stat DKH MOINKS Xov 14 fl Cole announcer for radio fO here 1mH resignerl tr bnoomo recording ensinoot1 for the Nitafihone UrooUlyn X Nov Jfi now wnrk will concern tnlk moving nici urea H stcd cam reelection rt DKS AIOINBS XOV John IfammiU today li la i g n f x pe m it u r s fo r week ibution of state central com I nriHlco was listed In tho governors station statement of campaign expenses filed todfiy with the secretary of stntc I receipts were liiited as f 100 from a friend and from thfi state central com nilttco for trips IOWAN NAMED JUDGE ADVOCftTE CoL Edward Kreger Keota Given High Rank by Coolidge Nov 14 1M ward Kreger was nppointed by Iresident Cool id Re today tn o Jud advocate general of thn army with tho rank of inn jo r general effective j Nov 16 Hf will succeed Mi j n A Hull who has served in that capacity four years Colonel ICrefffir has lieen in the reg ular army since IS flit During the World war he was acting jtidse artvo j rate Renernl of thn expedl tlonary forces for a year Ho won the dLst in curbed servleo t4Q rOSK Knllnntry in notion in the Was V Philippines in nnd flintin miished service medal for his services in France He Is n nnttve of Kootn Iowa Tnd GO oM South New 1orlr Aboard tlia American freighter Amcilran Shipper were 12S Fioncli tiinlicr had G4 nnd tlio North German JJoyrt liner Herlin 13 Sir lindles were reroveTed one by lilo Ber lin nnil five hy Hvo conslffuard etc hljnycrM 328 Were on basefl on com pilations made by the official of tbo Holt line owners of tlia VcEtiifl from mesfififfen received from rescue vessels The list of thosn Aboard revised to 28 comprlsins or the crew mid 129 pas Kfengera Capt William 1 Carey maatar of the Vestris nnd Neal OljOUshlln tho ojjoralor who atood by his post TURN TO 13 COLUMN 1 Des Moines Mayor Is Seriously 111 TEK Nov 1 f tillon of MacVlcar of Moiney has Wm indisposed for days rtijoitnd crHiral j lhs morning AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Wlicn Pa gets sick I de cide never to be cross with him no more but its hard to remember about it after lie gets   

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