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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1928, Mason City, Iowa DA PAPER fon HOME AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION I VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1928 FIVB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT Jsf Q 285 KOHLER LEADS BECK IN WISCONSIN RACE II V IE BORAH EXPECTS U S SENATE TO RATIFYTREATY Great Triumph for 1 Cause of Peace Says Senator 11TASHINGTON Sept Senate ratification of the Kel iggBrland peace treaty recently igned at Paris Is the hope and ex cctation of Senator Borah of Idaho hallman of the foreign relations com jitlee who has long worked for world Bace am of the ppinion that the treatj II be ratified by the senate at tht kxt session oE congress Senatoi forah said I regard the signing the multilateral treaty or the featy to outlaw war as I prefer to Ml it by the 15 nations and the action c other nations since as the most 1m ortant step in the cause ot peace Jiat has ever been taken Wish of Everyone j It Is In a sense an embodiment of I crystallization of a profound convic ion oSthe people everywhere and in 111 countries that war should no lonscr le accepted aa an instrument for the ettlcmcnt of international disputes I have seen it stated that tho eaty does not amount to much be huse there is no force behind it 1 igard this treaty as just as binding i any other treaty There ts nothing fehind any treaty except the private lord ot the nations signing it If a government makes a treaty to furnish army and does not see fit to do BO itheer is no way to inforce that treaty V There is just the same obligation same national honor in a treaty JJj lot to so to war as there Is in a treaty f go to war Kansan Wins First 2 Laps of CrossCountry Race Police Find Body of Jl95ver Considers Making i ivt TJiLii IHV41 v mpaign 1 hruout oouth j 1 i i his treaty is a I think the signing of rcat triumph in the Explains i Some ssnators now in Washington are at a loss to understand how letters of interpretation ot the pact such as those that have been written to the jAmerican secretary of state can be regarded as reservations to the treaty tself These Interpretations were not em bodied in the Instrument before it was jJignetl by the nations and these sena tors take the view that these govern jnents are bound by what they sign 1 einee in their judgment the lansruase i of the treaty Is specific and plain V Unless some statement on this Jphase of the subject has been made before the next session of congress It la likely that the foreign relations com i mittcc will make a formal inquiry of the state department before recom mending favorable action by the ChicagoTwin Cities Air Service Increased CHICAGO Sept tional airplane passenger service be tween Chicago and Minneapolis and St Paul was announced today by the Northwest Airways which holds the I airmail contract between the cities i Under the new schedule a 14pas j nenger plane will make a round trip daily and in addition a round trip will t be made by an eightpassenger plane j The smaller plane carrying mail and j express as well as passengers will fly J1 daily except Sundays and Mondays Stops will be made at Milwaukee Madison and La Crosse I The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet of 144 Candy Recipes The booklet of candy recipes from our Washington information bureau covers the whole field of candy making in the home Tried and tested recipes The best guide Cor the home candy maker AH ot the 144 candies in this booklet may be made In any home kitchen without special equipment The varieties range from the simpler fudges taffy or plnochi to the chocolates bonbons caramels nougats and other sweets which many housekeepers do not realize can be perfectly well made at home Almost every candy you ever heard ot Is perhaps some others Use the coupon Frederic i Haskln Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I inclose herewith 6 In coin or stamps for H copy of the booklet CANDY RECIPES City State FIGURE IN WISCONSIN RACE FRED ZIMMERMAN With the returns in the Wiscon sin primaries practically complete it appears Hint Walter J Kohler nliove left manufac turer has defeated Kred Zimmer man incumbent above in the governorship nomination race 1ouiiK Bob leftbe low lias a twotoone lead over George W Mcade Joseph D Beck progressive republican was runnerup to Kohler for governor Zimmerman being n poor third John E Ferris was fourtii Elan Another VICTIM LOCATED IN CREEK AFTER FOURDAY HUNT Search Ends Below Dam Back of Mullaneys Residence THE body of Wong Koon 16 year old Chinese youth who was drowned in Willow creek Saturday was found just before 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon by a res cue crew working under the direction of Frank San ford chief of police The drowning victims body was discovered in about two feet of water below the dam behind J D Mullaneys house not far from East park Koon had been in the water more than 72 Iiours Altho the water had boiled thru the flumes under the old Parker Mill all night Tuesday following the explo sion of a charge of dynamite to tho timberclogged passage the wat2i abovo the dam still stood at a deptl By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Sept that Herbert Hoover has definitely decided to carry the political warfare to the home ground of his op ponent Alfred E Smith he Is seriously considering a march upon the very rampart of democracy tho aolld south The pressure for him to make a trip into that section is almost as great as was that for him to visit Newark and New Tork City where he will speak on Sept 17 and October 17 respectively He probably will yield to it by going either to North Carolina or Tennessee for one speech near the dividing line between the two states Some recent callers at the Hoover headquarters have told tho re publican presidential nomineethat there is more than a possibility that he can break the solid south for the first time since reconstruction days and have urged that he make a special campaign tour Into that territory Would Discount Reports Hoover has been inclined to discount some of tho reports that have come to him regarding the situation In Virginia North Carolina and Georgia and he probably will wait for a greater crystallization otsenti ment before he reaches his final decision TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 1 HOPE SINKS FOR RIDERS OF RODS IN TRAIN WRECK Bodies of Passengers Seen Beneath Twist ed Cars SEVEN PERSONS ARE KILLED IN AIRPLANECRASH 1 CL T i Charlea Richmond Airmail onip uoes Into under EaBie ROCk ROBERT LaFOLLETTE CATHOLICS ASK CHANGE IN LAW Mexican Senate Petitioned to Establish Religious Liberty MEXICO Sept petition signed by 140 prominent Cath ROME Sept dirigible N5 sister ship of the lost Italia is being prepared for a final attempt locate those ot the Italias crew last seen with the gag bag says Giornale Dltalia today The dirigible wilt have Maibach mo tors and in a few technical details will differ from Its ill fated prede cessor It is said that General Xobile him self is supervising the work ami It is expected that tho N5 will taken to flying field before the Police Officers Leo Rtsacher arid Harold Wolfe ana Charles and Frank Petty volunteers the auartet whirh has worked unceasingly since Koons olio laymen asking amendment ot the religious laws to establish com plete religious liberty In Mexico and make the church and state Independ ent was before a senate committee today for consideration The petition was read in the senate last night and turned over to the committee on constitutional points for a report on It The memorial was also filed with tho chamber but that body was not In session yesterday Tho petition asks specifically First that the legal existence anil personality ot all distinct denomina tions be recognized Second that the separation and In dependence between the state and dif ferent religious denominations and that consequently the state should not legislate In rellprious affairs Third that this separation not be a system of hostility but of friendly co operation In order to benefit the com Ins out to the da had explored with day Sunday morning hooks since Sim YANKS DROP FIRST GAME OF PAIR TO WASHINGTON 31 Eucharistic Congress Opens Amid Scenes of Splendor in Australia SYDNEY New South Wales Sept ot splendor and fervor unparallellcd hero marked the i opening of the today A dense crowd euchuristic congress NEW YORK Sept ing GeorgePipgras from the box in the seventh Washington took the first game of a double header from the Yankees today by 3 to 1 Sam Jones scored his twelfth victory the yenr and iiis fourth over the Yankees let ting them down with only aix hits while the Senators got nine Washington000 000 9 1 New York 000 010 G 3 Jones and Ruel Pipgras Moore Thomas and Dengough Collins surged nrounil the BRAVES TRIUMPH cathedral all day One hundred and twenty archbishops bishops and every grade of tho Catholic priesthood with Inymcn holding papal knighthoods or decorations from the pope walked in a stately procession from St Marys grounds to the main entrance oC the cathedral An Impressive waVc of devotion swept past tho vast assemblage as the scarlet robert figure oC Cardinal Ronaventure Cervetti papal delegate passed Thousands dropped to their knees or bowed their heads to receive his bleFsing After tlie formal opening meetings of various nationalities began nd j dresses worn given In a variety of I languages impact cars that piled up TvUhvterrJflo on the Milwaukee road miles cast of here early today pelted the onslaught of rescuers fight ing to release vicitims believed ncath its heavy weight The battered lifeless body ot one youthful rider of the rods has been taken from the debris and lies uniden titled here Other maimed passen gers known only as Itinerant work ers are fighting for their lives In t hospital Several forms have been glimpsed by the rescue crews Trapped when a loosened truck derailed one car and eight others shot into the growlne pile that now blocks the right ot way those men lie under tons ot wreckage Hope is fading that any will be brot out alive The wreck occurred yesterday at Lyndon a small station Its inoc cesable position delayed the rescue work A wrecking crew from Milwau kee arrived late last night and beRan the task of clearing the debris The injured were brot here as rapidly as they were released Several of the vicitims in the hospi tal will die physicians stiid Nose Dive in Idaho 16 Stops Are Scheduled in 5Day Flight Planes Reach ColumKus Ohio Ending First Days Journey COLUMBUS Ohio Sept Earl Rowland Wichita piloting his Cessna a monoplane in the clasg A crosscontinental air race was the first to reach Columbus from McKeesport whereho led theen trants in landing hero at oclock 75 minutes after leaving McKeesport The planes and their pilots will re main hero tonight continuing the flight toward Los Angeles at dawn tomorrow Robert Dalce Pittsburgh flying hla American Moth was the second to land at Norton field and complete the first days flight on tlio jaunt from New York to Angeles He landed at about oclock Of ficial times were to be computed and announced later by officials Emery Lntnls Third W N Emery Bradford brot his to tlie giound at oclock the third racing plane to com plete the days hope from Xcw York Theodore W Kenyon Boston was the fourth to land here arriving In the Challenger at 1 oclock Other arrivals Fifth Joseph In the Alex landed at oclock Sixth Eugene Detmer Tarrytown RENOMINATION OF LAFOLLETTE CERTAHU T01 Victor Berger Given Placft on Ticket Again ILWAUKEE M POCATBLLO Idaho Sept AP lUtid from bor day outing wore dead today as the result of the crash here yesterday of the airmail plane of National Parks Airways Inc The dead wero Mrs Mona Schnper and her two children Carl C and lla monu 38 months Jesse Richards sec Ogden Utah chamber Floyd A Tlmmprman retary of the of commerce an Ogden reporter A MacLean Portland traveling representative for a magazine publish ing company and rani V pilot The plane a UnlvorsalFolclcer mon oplane flyliiR low tor a landing wnnt Into a nose dive when the pilot headed into the wind anil crashed to the ground rolling over several times and crushing tlie passengers G C Millet airways extension sup ervisor for the department of com merce was here investigating the ac cident In a landed at ocloclt Seventh In a oclock Tex Hankln Waco landed Portlanfl at Sept AP A successful business man was chosen as the republican nominee for governor of Wisconsin when Walter J Kohler seeking of fice for the first time defeated three other candidates includ ng Gov Fred R Zimmerman and Representative Joseph D Seek progressive backed Tiy Senator Robert M LaFollette Returns from pre incts out of showed Kohler Feels Herman John E Ferris Mil vaiihce Governor Zimmerman leaking l econd term suffered ths worst do eat ever administered to a state exo In more than 40 yard Senator Robert It LaFollette who vaa tho baby ot the United iQnatewhen elected three years ago to ill the seat vacated by his father who lied In 1925 was renominated with Jig majority 2 to 1 for Young Young Bob was given a to t najority over Mead con lervaUve republican Whoso wag regarded as remarkableIn view of his playing a IOIVB hand and entfer race only four vujka before the JThe tf 223 pre 37 STARTED ROOSEVELT FIELD N Sept 5 AP Thirtyseven airplanes took off today In a mile air race to Los Angeles Thirtyseven minutes nfter tha first craft left tho ground tho last plane took tho air and followed the proces TUHN1 TO PAGE 5 COLUMN I Premier of Greece Stricken by Plague ATHENS Sept JJIeutherioB Venlzeloa today was suf fering from tho dengue plague which during the last month has killed 413 persons In Athensr plague Is a form violent fever peculiar to warm countries The premier who is more than 60 yeara old recently completed n stren uous political campaign In which his supporters won a sweeping victory j Tlie attack is not expected to prove Erious The ministry ot hygiene estimates that the total cases ot the plasue In Athens exceeded Of tho total mortality of In Athens for the month of August the pragua accounted I or a third the deaths BOSTON Sept Braves won the ffrst game of a cTouhleheader from Brooklyn today 8 to 2 Eight Brooklyn errors helped Boston to win George Sialer led the batting attack with four hits IJroolilyn Boston 100 100 13 321 20L Doak Edrlinrdt and Ilcberry Brandt and Taylor Frenchmen Failing in Effort to Fly Ocean Will Go Back to Paris PARIS Sept Havas dispatch from Casablanca Morocco says the French transAtlantic aspir ants Jean Assolant and Rene Lefevrc returned to Casablanca todny after a flight of an hour and 45 minutes They had hopped off with their back er Armond Lotti tor St Louis Sene gal The dispatch said they would probably return to Iarls Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Sept I have been libeled by my friend Brlsbnns in Ills editorial He says that at one time I was a Sunday school teacher lie is wrong I went but I didnt teach I didnt even take up the collection jome banker always did that On account of me being a candi date he if trying to drag me into nil tills religious controversy You nee it he can prove that I was con nected with a Sunday school It will lose me the Catholic and Jewish votes and it he can prove that it was a Methodist Sunday school It will lose me the Baptists All religions In this campaign seems such handicaps that I tliink Its better to claim you are an atheist Yours WILL Copyright Creston Papers Are Consolidated by Former Iowa Residents CRESTON Sept ning tomorrow Creston will but L one afternoon newspaper the Newsi Advertiser Merger ot the two local dallies the Daily Advertiser and the Daily New i effective Thursday was announced j yesterday simultaneous with revela ion of their salo to Frank Thaycr of Chicago and Joel R Kill ot Kansas City The new ownersboth had connec tions with the University ot Iowa Hill tieing a graduate and Thaycr having served as Instructor in Journalism there as well as at the Medlll school oC journalism at Northwestern uni versity Thnyer Is now educational director and advertising counsel for S W Strauss and company Chica go bankers George A Croft will be managing crtltlon nnri George It Crane advertis ing manager ot the new daily They held similar posts on the Advertiser STATE DUTIES OCCUPY SMITH Democratic Nominee Still Waits Arrangements for Speaking Tour Ry D OUVER Associated Press Staff Writer EMMY MILBURM WAS NOTF10WER STREET WAS NOT 600V ENOUtfW RDft HER WANTED FREEDOM AND INDEPENDENCES Crony of Buffalo Bill and Kit Carson Js Dead NASHVILLTD Sept Silverman 87 native of Alsace Lorraine who shipped to the United Stntea in nnd became an adven turer In the west wltli Kit Carson nnd Buffalo Bill Cody died here last night LITTLE YE110W LATEST STOW EL GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY SEPT 6 AntiSmith Address in Arkansas Brings Out Volley of Eggs FLORENCE Sept The Rev George VV WHTioiirne ot Rock finished an anti Smith speech at the county courthouse here last night amid a bombardment of eggs thrown In thru open windows and doom Tho Interruption the speaker said today eamo at the middle of his speech Imt no direct hits were maile nnd ho was ibla to finish his address I could nee the egga Iho Kcv Wllhourne and saw that they ivere going to miss me so I dMif t move The person throwing them must have been a ball player tho for he s shooting curves nt mo nnrt eonie them came In pretty ALBANT N Sept ils double capacity as chief executive of the state ot New Tork and demo cratic presidential candidate Gover nor Smith la finding plenty of work to ceep him busy while awaiting the gong that will send him into the na ional ring for the supreme tcsV of s political career State tasks continue to occupy tho j nominee both day and night and It now Jooks as If he will not tempor arily divest himself of his guberna torial regalia for the bigger job ahead until after the middle ot September Tli2 governor himself was responsible for this deduction when he said yes terday that they evidently mean ing his polltlral aclvisere had mapped out no program for him for all week Today and for the remainder ot the present week he will continue to dc vnto his attention to duties at the state capltol and at theexccutive man sion working In game of golf here and there as time pormitsl Mrs Smith Is putting In most of her time nt the residence on ICRRlp street setting her husbands things ready1 for the long and trying days of the campaign The special train that will take the democratic standard bearer on first extensive speaking tour Is rapid ly being made up but details ns to ltn composition are being withheld pend ing publication of its route and stopping points Slight Quake Shakes Downtown Los Angeles LOS ANGELES Sept slight earthquake ot about 16 seconds duration shook the downtown district of Los Angeles nt a today LaFollette suffered a reversal In directing the political fortunes ot the progressives thru tha defeat of Beck theother utato offi cers and most of the congressmen whom lie supported were successful in ho primary Congressman Victor L Berger renominated by tho socialists of the fifth district for another term Hull Defeats Withdraw At noon today the only congrcs ilona racs inthe republican party vaa the neventh district contest There Merlin Hull Black River Falls editor conservative and former aecre ary of state appeared to have a com manding lead over Assemblyman Sardner Withrow progressive The republican nominee for cn rees In other districts all of whom iave served mara than ons term with ho exception ot chirlen Kadlng of Vatertown are as follows First Allen Coop er A Kadlngr Water own ThlrdrJohn M Nelson Madison C Shafer Milwaukee B Browne Wau aca T SohneWer Apple OJI H Frrar Hudson H Peavey Wash illrn GREEN WINNER IOWA FORECAST cloudy Wednesday night rtml TlnirsiJny not much chnnge hi temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures fo 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednesday Highest Tuesday 75 Hcgrcei n Nfffit 50 DesrctS At S a in fifl Degrees A year ago row thn maximum tem perature was in tlie neighbor hood of SO JCven a week later t rose to 1S de grees Hut Tuesday the highest tem perature was only 7T Wrlncsiay the mercury wns doing a rather rapid riss and by midforenoon it looked a alt the maximum might be lonst 80 DETROIT Sept nor Fred W Green republican was ronominatod at yesterdays statewide primary bya majority that thin morning reached more than and promised to run closo to when tho complste vote has been tab ulated In returns from out of precincts gover nor hiul against for George Welsh former lieutenant gov ernor Tho figures Included represen TURN TO PAGE S COLUMN S New York man discovers a 000 Stradlvarlus violin up In the nttlc of his home The nnme of the New York town is TCyc so the story may lie all Comtitii AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Nature meant for men to have a mustache like Cousin Bens but she didnt mean for his under lip to reach up an dry clean it that ;