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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL NO 289 CLEM KIHBALL LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR DEAD 9 PALO ALTO MAN MENTIONED AS RUNNING MATE Committee to Name Can didate to Succeed Kimball SIOUX CITY Sept Chairman Stern of the re publican state central committee when informed by the Associated Press oj the death of Lieut Gov Clem F Kimball said a meeting of the committee to name a suc cessor would not be called for several days DES MOINES Sept lection of a republican candidate I for lieutenant governor to substitute for the late Clem F Kimball lies in the hands of the partys state central committee With the choice to be made before the ballots for the November election are printed about Oct 1 Secretary A j C Gusfason of the republican commit tee today expressed doubt that tin nomination would be made until State Chairman Willis L Stern and other party leaders complete a series ot dis trict caucuses to be held Jduring the next two weeks Saturday is the only open date in the scries of caucuses Prominently mentioned in republi can circles as the nominee to succeed Mr Kimball is state Senator Kraul Shane of Ottumwa president pro teni of the senate He declined to be a candidate In the June primaries when Mr Kimball decided to seek a third Former Senator Jonas D Buser of Conesvilie Klmbnlls only opponent for republican nomination Is an Two lowans Amon Plane Victims Will Rogers NEWTON Sept farmeri starvethree years out of four but the good year la always election year It really looks like the Lord was in cahoots with the repub licans but if He ia that would make you al most lose faith in Him Even up to n o m I natlng time this year t h armers wanted relief now they are so prosperous they woiUd be Insulted if you suggested It to em Same way four years ago LaFol lette wasfiguring on their support and he run Into a bumper drop So the only way the democrats will ever get the farmers vote is to hold the election in the spring when they are broke Tours WILL ROGERS Copyright mentioned include forme Senator Ray Scott of Marshalltv and W C Edson of Storm Lake former speaker of the house candi dates against Kimball in 1924 Repre sentative W E G Saunders of Palo Alto county and Senators A man of county and J O BLialf of Clinton county Man Caught Robbing Mallard Creamery Is Given 10Year Term Sept Oxley who wasshot and seriously wounded by vigilantes while he was in the act of robbing the Mallard iTcamcry June 9 pleaded guilty today before Judge F C Davidson to a charge of breaking and entering and was sentenced to an Indeterminate sentence of 10 years in the Iowa pen itentiary Former lowan Dies BUFFALO 7sr Sept The Rev Theopsitas F Bode 64 a former pastor at Burlington died here Sunday He had served St Pe ters United Evangelical church here 25 years The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Useful Books There is no more Important prob lem for the parents of growing children than the supervision of their reading But books for children are dif ficult to choose Child standards must be remembered and It Is not easy for a grown person to get a childs point ot view The little ones should be given only books1 by the great child loving and childunderstanding authors which hold true to the standards which govern good liter ature and good art There are many books that come under the above classification The best of them are listed In One Thou sand Useful Books a booklet which this bureau has for distribution Included are books for children under eight books for hoys and girls from eight to twelve and books for older children Inclose 4 cents In coin or stamps for return postage and handling Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington IX C I Inclose herewith 4 cents in coin or slumps for a copy of the booklet ONE THOUSAND USE FUL BOOKS Name Street City State GUARDS SHOOT 6 CONVICTS IN Southern Prisoners Make Dash From Louisiana Pen DATON ROUGE sept convicts are dead another is believed to have been shot fatally and eight persons are injured as the re sult of an attempt by 13 prisoners to shoot their way out of the Louisiana state penitentiary last night Headed by Cleveland Owen New Or leans desperado the convicts overpow crpd two guards broke Into the am munition room where they obtained guns and then raced for a launch In the nearby Mississippi river while they kept up a running gunfire with prison authorities Two prisoners and a trusly were killed beCore the convicts reached the boat and three others lost their lives before the craft could be sot out of range of the bullets Another is be lieved to have been killed but he possibly may have escaped Four guards and three prisoners were wounded and two or three con victs escaped Two others surrendered when firing began Begin Intensive Hunt Warden Amacker who was here when he received a report of the break rushed to the scene and today was directing an Intensive search for the missing prisoners They arc be lieved to have deserted the launch as soon as possible and struck out cross couptry Owen serving a 14 to 21 year sen tence for shooting a New Orleans i llcernan with Intent to kill Is credited i by prison officials with engineering TURN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 8 CONVICT FUGITIVE Clinton S Cnrnes Atlanta above missing treasurer of the Baptist home mission board and twoterm convict is being sought by police while a reported deficit of Is betnB investigated Carnes released from Atlanta penitentiary In 1916 apparently reformed took a job ps an audi tor with the board and soon rose to the office of His chuch associates knew nothing of his prison record Police Find jBrookharttoMake 23 Campaign Speeches j During Next 2 Weeks DES MOINES Sept Twentythree cities and of Gang Guns Funeral Expected for Lombardo Wounds Fatal to Ferraro CHICAGO Sept Two more men wero dead of gang bullets In Chi cago today and elaborate plans were mado for the funeral of a third Joo who was shot down In a crowded Madison street during the peak of Friday afternoon traffic by the same mob whose bullets slew Tony Lombardo died yesterday of his wounds Lombardos death had boon instantaneous a shot drilling thru the head Ferraro a bodyguard of Lombardos was wounded In the back Paralysis set In causing his death Third Man Dead Almost at the same time that Fer raro died police came upon the body ot Cobb Eskelson 35 who had boon shot as he walked along Larrauec street near the north side Sicilian col ony The motive behind Eskeisons death was not clear to police but they wero convinced that it had some con nection with the slaying Lombardo and tho fatal wounding of Ferraro Lombardo they emphasized was a power among the Sicilians Tho fact that Eskelson had been shot down In a neighborhood in which Lombardo had been active they said was signi ficant A star designating Eskelson an assistant prosecuting attorney Chi ws found in his clothing but police quickly ascertained that Ks kelson was unknown at tho prosecu tors office Plan Funeral They advanced the theory that he had used the start to extort money manufacturers and dealers In nl KANSAN LIKELY TO WIN CLASS A RACE TO COAST Ballough Still Out Front in His Di ini vision LOS ANGELES Sept Twentyone planes which set out from New York In the Class A trans continental air race last Wednesday were winging along on the final lap to Los Angeles today while entrants In the other classes were roaring west ward toward the Rocky Mountains Earl Rowland of Wichita continued to lead Glass A and ring trouble appeared to be the winj ner Rowland led into San Diego this morning after taking off from Yuma j overnight stop behind Tex Kankln of Portland Ore j Rowlands lead over his nearest j rival was unofficially figured at about one hour Thousands Await Flyers Thousands gathered at Minos field here to give the flyers a rousing re ception this afternoon Col Charles Lindbergh was reported enrouto from Santa Barbara by air to attend the ceremonies The Class B and C racers left Ok lahoma City this morning after being delayed several hours by bad weather and flew to Fort Worth where they pushed on west for a night stop at El with landings for fuel scheduled at Midland and Pecos Tex VE E Ballough ot Chicago flying a biplanemaintained the In the Class B race He was first away from Oklahoma Fort Worth and Midland Undaunted by a crackup In a fog TURN7 TO PAGE J2 COLUMN 7 ARMSTRONG IS BACK IN BRITT Arctic Explorers Return Home After Weeks in North Country BRITT Sept C Arm strong BiItt and Peder Boddum Crystal Lake two of the four TJnlver clty of Iowa students who started on an exploration trip to the Arctic re gions returned here Sunday night The boys were met at Mason City by Mayor and Mrs Armstrong and brot home Later that evening Mr Boddum was driven to his home at Crystal Lake Both of the boys are well and both stoutly deny that they were lost or were in any danger of starvation as radio broadcast reports stated some weeks ago The reports however caused the Canadian government to order the boys returned home John A Fuller Keokuk the leader of the party also reached his home Max J Kane the fourth member Is remaining in the north Both Armstrong and Boddum will return to the University this fall As the class A planes entered in ho transcontinental air derby itcured their Pacific coast goal nankin ninonc he lead ers despite the fact that the lilack vat which he carried in his piano for luck was stolen Minneapolis Golfer Grabs Lead in Open Jimmy Johnston Around Links With 3 Turns In a 77 BRAE BURN COUNTRY CLUB NEWTON Sept Banging out aspectacular 71 one un der par and a record for the length ened championship course of yards Harrison R Jimmy Johnston veteran Minneapolis star jumped Into the lead for the first 18 holes of tho National Amateur golf championship qualifying test today Tills gave Johnston temporarily at least a three stroke margin over his nearest rival Don Moe of Portland who had 71 and a six stroke edge over tlie champion Bobby Jones In Kare Form Johnston wiio has held the western amateur title and pcicnially topped the Minnesota state list was In rare form His only mistakes were on the first and 14th holes on each ot which he dropped a stroke to par He moro than offset theso by getting birdies on 4 8 and 10 as he exhibited uncanny control of his Irons nnd a putting touch that seldom failed The Brae Burn course record Is 60 made last year by n R Gorton a chin member but It was carded before the lay out was lengthened and sprinkled with additional hazards for the tide test so that Johnstons mark was rn gardccl as a new championship mark His card Par in 551 Johnston in DEAD SEVEN INJURED IN AIR WRECKS OVER WEEKEND Two North Dakota Men Dead After Crash at Sioux Falls By THE ASSOCIATED TWO lowans and two residents of South Dtikotn the latter In an Iowabuilt plane were among 10 per sons who lost their lives in airplane crashes In the United States Sunday A list of seven injured also included two lowans The dead Eugene Gillhauscn 35 DCS Moines Ivan Covel 35 Bedford Harold Tcnnant Sioux Falls S Frank Kuehn Garretson S Lieut Joseph C Sophcr 25 Selfridge field Dorwin Leighty 18 Ot teibein Robert Burns 15 Otter bein Aldcn Baker pilot Los Angeles Henry ICrausc mechanic Los Angeles C W Drugger Kansas City The injured lowans were Virginia Tierlnzer 10 Bedford and Fred Tray1 lor of Atlantic who were passengers In I the plane which Covel was piloting Tho ship the Bedford air port after the plane apparently stalled tiOO feet in the air Covel with both legs and his jawbroken died after lie was rushed to a hospital at Maryville Mo Taken to Maryville Miss Tierinzers arms and legs were loss Were also The injured are In a Mary ville hospital Postponement of dedica tion of the Bedford airport which was to have taken place Tuesday was an nounced The crash at DCS Moines in which Glllhausen who was a native ruf Es sen Germany was killed occurred at the close of the chistcning of two new planes made by tho Bolto Aircraft company ot DCS Moines was making an exhibition flight be fore persons when the wings be gan to waver and then folded as the ship plunged to earth Bearing a German pilots license Cilllhausen had been visiting In the DCS Moines home of Dr Carl Glauner chief engineer of tho Bolte company and codesigner of the plane which crashed The two South Dakota men were fatally injured in a crash at Sioux Falls Enroute from Sioux City to the stale fair at Huron S they were about to land when the ships wings buckled witnesses said The plane was reported to be the first built In Iowa Sldeslfpplnpr of the plane caused n crash and the death of Dorwin Lciglity and Robert Burns near Ot TURN TO PACK 12 COLUMN 7 LIEUT GOV CLEM KIMBALL An Illness of more than a yenr proved fatal to Iowas lieutenant fiovcrnor Clem F Kimball above Ho died at his home lit Council Bluffs oatly Monday morning Par out 414 IOWA LABOR IS OUT FOR SMITH lines of law breaking In A which they said Lombardo was promiinerjnan AnnOUHCCS LalTl paign for New Yorker in Federation Circles ey nently linked Arrangements for Lombardos fu towns Jn Iowa will hear republican campaign speeches by Senator Smith W Brook other of those funerals neral were not to completed until late today but it was tentatively net for tomorrow Ifpromlsed to be an hart within the next two weeks the republican state central committees speakers bureau announces Senator Brooklmrt will be in Cedar Rnplds today Tuesday and Wednes day The remainder of his engage ments are Mapleton Sept 13 Ida Grove Correctlonville nnd Sioux City Sept 14 Le Mars Orange City and Rock Rapids Sopt 15 Slbley Prim ghar and Cherokee Sept 17 Aurella Sioux Rnplds and Spirit Lake Sept 18 Esthervllle xEmmetsburg and Focalionlas Sept ID Indianola Des Moines and Wintcraet Sept 21 At lantic Oakland Sept 22 and Council Bluffs Congressman Ramseyer will speak at Moulton next Friday and former Congressman John C McKenzte of Illinois Is scheduled for an address at Lake City the same day Congress man L J Dickinson will speak at Spirit Lake Sept 14 at Northwood Sept 18 and at Buffalo Center Sept which have come to be regular ges tures whenever a figure prominent In gang warfare is buried Swea City Farmer Has Been Missing From Home SWEA CITV Sept 10 William Dumbhardt who lives on the Iowa side of the state line north of Ledyard wandered away from the farm build Ings one afternoon early In tho week and has not been seen since Neighbors and others have kept up a constant search for him thruout this entire time Mr Dumbhardt was last seen to un ter a corn Ho is Cl years old He Is slightly blind nnd his sou be lieves it Is possible he has lost his way and Is wandering about the counl try Constabln William Bloomstcr notified and has spread tho alarm DES MOINES Sept E Sherman secretary of the Iowa federation of labor announced today that an organized campaign in behah cf Governor Smith would be made among Iowa labor groups Mr Khprman a member of the na tional labor campaign committee and stato chairman has selected repre sentatives Ijr most of Iowas indus trial districts and Is planning a series of political meetings to be addressed by local and national labor leaders Governor Smiths legislative and administrative record establishes bis claim to the support of all friends of Industrial he said It embraces a period of public serv ice of 25 years during which he has constantly and consistently originated promoted nnd administered laws for the betterment and protection of wage earners He hns demonstrated In all tho public offices he has held nn ex ceptional administrative ability that j has earned the of all classes of our citizenship and rtinks him as a statesman without a Johnson out 111 Bobbys 77 placed him in second place as the only better card at the time he finished was a 76 scored by R R Gorton of the home club first to tee off in the first qualifying test Quimct Trailing Jones Francis Quimct former amateur and open champion ana always to be TURX TO PAGF 12 COLUMN 7 Coolidge Ready to Say Goodbye to His Brule River Home LOCAL WOMAN IS HURT IN CRASH Mrs V L Banning Taken to Hospital After Car Goes in Ditch Mrs V L Banning 040 Third street northeast was badly injured In in automobile accident occurring about 6 oclock Sunday evening two J miles cast of Nora Spring i Attending physicians at the Turk hospital were unnblo to state MonI day morning the extent of Mrs Ban nines Injuries beyond the fact that she had received numerous cuts nnd bruises and might possibly be Injured Internally Mrs Banning who was driving and G 0 P NOMINEE SATISFIED WITH STATESJ WEST Hoover Regards Only Three as in Doubt ful Column By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Herbert Hoover is callers a knowledge of political condi tions in the various states which have YEARS ILLNESS PROVESi FATAL TO EXECUTIVE Council Bluffs Man Had Long Career in Politics COUNCIL BLUFFS Sept 10 AP Kimball lieutenant gov ernor of Iowa and candidate for re election on the republican ticket died at his home here at a today ufter an Illness of a year and a half Sarcoma was the cause of hla death For a week little hope had been held for his life Serioualy 111 In early June Mr Kimball went to California and apparently was recovering when sarcoma set in and ho returned lo Council Bluffs One of the leading lawyers in weal tern Iowa Mr Kimball entered pol itics as city solicitor of Council Bluffs and In 1912 was elected to the qtate senate Ho served In four general as semblies as a senator and In 1924 was elected lieuenant governor as running mate tfor Gov John Hammtll Two years laler ho was leelected and In the June primaries this year Mr Kim ball was his partys choice to succeed himself Taken III Year Ago Mr IvImbaHs death at the age of 00 years came more than a year after an operation for the removal of an eye He first became seriously III In 1327 during the final two weeks of the state legislature when he presided over the senate during a strenuous session Funeral services for Mr Kimball will be held at 10 a m Thursday at the First Congressional church The Rev R Perkins wll officiate aisUted by Municipal fobnji WriffiHUraf la survived by his widow Carroll Williams Kimball a Kimball who was son Tohn W associated with ons n e varous saes wc ave JL surprised many of thorn both In Its dehlm m aw Practice here and a daujth tails nnd Its broad grasp of the pos sible effects of the usual cross cur rents at work In this campaign While be never talks for publication as to his own beliefs concerning the outcome of the election It Is known that bo has indexed tho states In his own mind and can present concisely and with a wealth of detail the funda mental reasons for his confidence In winning In one place and for his opin ion that he will trail his democratic opponent in another Wont He Deceived Politicians who have called at his headquarters here have given him re ports which In some cases he has dis counted all the wny from BO to 100 per cent He isnt permitting himself to bo deceived as to certain situations nnd has demonstrated that he Is a hardheaded general who hns no de slro to blink at wbut to him are rather patent facts As time goes on the tcr True a Junior at Rockford cbllege Mr Klmbnll also was connected with Kimball Brothers Elevator com pany here Burn In 18fi8 Lieutenant Governor Kimball was born Aug 11 18G8 at Anamosa He attended elementary grades and high school at Anamosa until 1886 At that tlmo ho had not qulto completed his high school course In the fall he en rolled at Iowa Stato college Ames whero he took a mechanical engineer ing course Kimball was graduated from Iowa state In 1880 Following his gradua tion he engaged In engineering work and also taught school until 1803 when ho enrolled at the University TURN TO PAOE 12 COLUMN ft presidential candidates republican satisfaction with the situation in the west grows and he apparently entertains serious doubts now about only three states in Hint Arizona nnd Montana In his view the of Nathan C Frank St Louis defeated for tho republican senatorial nomina tion to run as an independent candl TURN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 8 an Ousted Member of Democratic Committee Will Not Appeal Case SUPERIOR Sept a woman companion whoso identity His vacation at nn end and with all preparations for his return to Wash ington completed there only remained for President Coolldgc to attend a farewell ceremony In Superior this afternoon before lie would be ready to depart From his more immediate neighbors at 2irule river and surrounding terri tory the chief executive took leave yesterday when at the end of hist Sunday servlco in tho head of the lakes region he thanked Ule blind preacher ot his church and thru him all his congregation for the cordial ity and hospitality with which ho was welcomed this Hummer The Superior and neighborhood pop ulatfon was Invited to gather this after noon on the broad opening In front of the summer executive offices for a simple ceremony which President had requested should he or sanized in givo him the opportunity to say n few words ot goodbye was not learned were coming to Ma son About two miles cast of Jsoia Springs Banning turned out to go around another car and In doing so lost control of her cav which wcnl Into the ditch and turned over Mrs Bannlngs companion suffered only a few bruises Tiic Banning car was ruined Series of Robberies Reported at Cresco CRKKCO Sept number of robberies were commuted in Cresco Saturday nlfilit A dozen or more res idcncca nearly all on Mint street were broken into and money and other valuable were stolen The deeds wero committed enrly In tlie evening while persons were down town or else where nwny from home Xo clew has yet been obtained by the Ideal authori ties IOWA FORECAST Showers or thunderstorms Mon day nlfihl nnrt possibly Tuesday morning In cast portion Iiunder showers Monday afternoon or night witli partly cloudy Tuesday in west portion cooler Monday night nnd in extreme east nnd ex treme south portions Tuesday LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar corporation weather figures for 21 hour period eiullng at S a m Monday Sunday 92 Decrees Lowest In Night 68 Degrees At 8 n m Monday 71 Degrees Rainfall 03 Mason City experienced one ot the warmest days of tho summer Sunday closing with a shower of rain at 730 oclock Indications Monday were that more moisture was In sight Weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S n m Sunday Highest Saturday 81 Degrees Lowest In Night Decrees At 8 n m Sunday 72 Degrees OMAHA Sept Jen nie Callfas ousted at Nebraskas demo cratic national commltteewoman for her refusal to support Gov Alfred E Smith will not contest the action of tho state central committee she sairt today ltbo Dr Cnllfns an avowed dry was elected In the April primaries sh Khj considered her place vacant The state committee at Lincoln yes terday chose Mrs C G Uyan of Grand Island as her successor Friends of the ousted democrat de clared the state committee was with out power to remove her pointing out that had been elected by popular vote and arguing that only the na tional committee could make such changes AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen When i hear a woman wishin she lived in a big town where folks wasnt so nosey an narrowminded it dont surprise me none when her husband horse whips some   

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