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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1928, Mason City, Iowa DAILY NEWSPAPER EDJTCD eon rtif AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1928 UNITED PHESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 290 J REPUBLICANS WIN 2 TO 1 IN MAINE ELECTION f f ROWLAND FIRST TO END FLIGHT TO CALIFORNIA NonStop Flight Next Thriller on Derby Program BULLETIN TUMA Sept E E Billlnugli led the field into today arriving at fol lowed by John II Wood of sau nt and John Livingston of Monmoulli nt The flyers will remain here overnight proceeding to Los Angeles tomorrow MINES FIELD Los Angeles Sept national air race officials checked elapsed time oC the 21 class A airplanes that arrived here yesterday In the first oC the feature transcontinental air derbies two more caravans ot serial racers ap proachort the finish line heer on the trek from New York Two flyers in the international derby from Hanada also neared their goal aft the hour for the last and greatest derby of all the nonstop flight from New York approached Class B and c flyers rested last night at El Paso Texas after a four stop flight from Oklahoma City yes terday The International flyers reached Rock Springs from Omaha during the day Kanland Sure Winner Altho the official announcement of winner of the class A flight was not expected before Wednesday pending checking of control sheets and con testing planes Earl Rowland oC Ichita wiasfregarded as cerr MacNider Urges AntiSmith Democrats in Texas Bolt Convention Centralize Efforts DALLAS Texas Sept ho state democratic convention split vide open fiyo minutes after It con ened here today and the antiSmith forces retired to another hall to hold heir own convention One fist fight broko out before tho opponents oC Governor Smith withdrew Tho con hall was In turmoil Cor several minutes The split occurred when Richard T Fleming ot Houston retiring secretary of the state executive committee a report in which he requested that the antiSmith delegates from Tariant Harris Bosntte Palo Pinto and Stephens counties be left off Uo convention roster Former CIov Oscar B Colqultt ot Dallas sprnnfr to his feet nhoutlng Let all good democrats Immediately there wns wild condl slon Thruont the auditorium anti Smithltes arose and held banners aloft Some rend AH Women Ave I3ight Cocktails a Full Dinner Pall tor With A The bolting delegates then starlet for the exits As they filed out thfy shouted Goodbye They ivereanswered with a roar Get uut Sam Johnson delegate from Een ton struck at a man whom he thot was trying to wrench a banner from a woman of the antiSmith forces Ranger Cnpt Tom Hickman stopper Johnson and escorted him from the hull REPORT CAPQNE SEEKS TO END GANG WARFARE REYNOLDS ASKS IOWA FARMERS TO HELP SMITH Profusion of Flowers Comparison of Both Marks Funeral of Lombardo Relief Planks Is Suggested Will Rogers CLEVELAND Ohio Sept Did you see this mornings paper yvhoro Gene Tunnej was drinking beer in Paris and said be didnt drink beer at home because our home brew was terrible N o w listen Gene you can criticize o u r h o x i n g skill you can make light of our in tellect you can denounce us as morons but dont make WILL ROGERS light of our home brew You are condemning tho very spirit of our American homes Its made by hand not by factory We have had nine years practice and we dont want to be told we cant learn anything in that time So you stick to your books You may know Shakespeare but you dont know our beer Yours for home Industry ROGERS Copyrieht Britt Explorer Laughs at Report His Arctic Party Was Short on Provisions 2 Cities Seek to Entertain 29 Gathering Gordon Armstrong Back From Cites ThrillSpealcerJLJrges Posts to Stick ing Experiences of Iowa Adventurers m Land of Midnight Sun GORDON Armstrong of Britt is back home PHICAGO Sept Great fRBSTON Sept j fir t IQnJl floral pieces one which spelled T Lombardo WATCH AVIATOR CRASH Lieut J J Williams Noted Army Pilot Wrecked at Air Races LOS ANGELES Sent J J Williams daring army pilot who crashed ycsterflay in a stunt before the grandstand of the na tional air races died in the Culver City community hospital early this morning Williams home was In Detroit His rteath marks the first fatality among the hundreds ot flyers appearing In the air races here For a time It was believed he would recover but at midnight he suffered a relapse He was 25 years old and had attained tho reputation ot of tho armys most brilliant and dar ing aviators As a leader the Three a group ot three army flyers Williams had become famous for his thrllUnpr air feats His planes motor faltered ns ho flnshcfl by tho prnnflstanrt and the ship crashed in full view ot the reputed to he strong COO persons mending the races In I g 3dy as his lurieral was held One was a large heart done In red flowers Attached was the card Al The lettering in the center of the heart was My The en tire front of tho Cicero home Into which Lomliardo his wife and their two children moved three months ago was all but concealed by the flowers I and wreaths Cnpono himself a man marked for death police believe planned to at tend the funeral He paid his respects to his dead associate yesterday by call ng at the Lombardo home Half a dozen men wilh right hands con cealed in coat pockets ns tho ready to balk any attempt on Capones life ac companied him sources close to gangland poj lice learned of a new move by Canone to effect an armistice in the under world feuds which have resulted In many assassinations Caponed police heard was willing to make Important concessions to the Aiello brothers who have provided the most persistent op position to Capones gangland power There was Information police said that Capono hart called upon Johnny Torrio of New York formerly a gnng chieftain here to use his power to compel cessation of gun rule Torrio lins been in Ihe background during the ycnra since hR fruit but his influence nvnonj tho frictions involved W Keynolds democratic national committeeman for today re of Iowa to their political affilia tion andxrally to the democratic party and Itfi candidates His statement planned to appeal when state headquarters was opened in Des Moines this week says in part We feel and it is Hie democratic partys position that the farm as a business has the right to such friendly legislation and sympathetic aid of the government as will permit it as a business to stand on a parity with other basic industries of the country We hold that the right of agriculture to just legislation by the national gov ernment is but common justice We ask the farmer voters of Iowa to contrast the treatment accorded leaders in the Kansas City con vention where they were insulted and obtained at the Houston convention and we contrast the planks of both parties and call your attention to the Houston plank on agriculture in which the party solemnly pledges to solve the agricultural problem and in which the party recognizes and approves in principle the equalization fee of the aicJJaryHausen Dr Reynolds added that Mr Hoovers plan for relief has been a able to tho republican party for the hist eight years YANKEES RALLY IN EIGHTH TO WIN 5 TO 3 again after a jaunt to the uncharted Barren Lands of Canada approximately 500 miles noith of Stur geon Landing the last out post of civilization to be he says and 10 pounds of avoirdupois added since he left northern Iowa belie the disquieting rumors that Armstrong and his four University of Iowa class mates ventured into the land of the midnight sun without adequate provisions YANKEE STADIUM Sept AP The Yankees in their lead in theVpen Perhaps Cummins the Canadian trader at the South Knd Indian settlement who voiced tho for the press that the four youthful explorers were Inadequately equipped wna propheajing the exhaus Jon he saw HrWeirittacitea C3reb ivIfee the Philadelphia Athletics 5 to 3 after the Mackmen had ed the count up to the seventh A wild throw by Dykes in the eighth after Koenigs single set the stage for the Yankees winning rally The Yankee pitcher John son and the Athletics hurler Grove each allowed seven hits The Yanks are now leading the league by two and onehalf games Giants Add Victory Sept 11 AP The Giants took the first game of todays double header from the Braves by an 11 to i score New York liusfon Kcott nnd Hogan Cantwell Green field Touchstone and Spohrcr Taylor Cronln Hroolilyn Bests Phils PHILADKLVIUA Sept Brooklyn took the first game of to days double header from the Phillies 7 to Itroolilyn 100 020 15 0 rhihulolpliitt 101 000 100 101 17 2 002 001 6 11 2 The GlobeGazette Offers to Its Readers Guide to Reading Books are the greatest builders ot happiness They stand for education and cul ture In our lives They ara a re source that we can not afford to overlook The trouble is to find the right books to read and study Tins has now been made ensy by thn American Library associa tion It has prepared an authorita tive list of One Thousand Useful Books The titles selected for this compilation have been chosen from the i standpoint of the lay man and thestudent who may wish suggestions for study along cer tain lines A copy of this valuable and in structive booklet is waiting for Kill In your name nnd ad dress and Inclose 4 cents in coin ur stamps 1or return postage and HOOVER 0 N Y CAMPAIGN Stern Delays Calling Committee to Consider c v i ii Nominee Will Make Ihird Successor to Kimball Speech Monday Night Elliott and Gooch Sweellnnd Ferguson Davis Lcrlan Willoughhy Green and VOIGHT SHOOTS PAR to Few Projects in Community to bread and smiles Armstrong Jam Is scarce up he stated apologetically Sfarinl In June Armstrong a junior in the rnllsK of engineering nt the University Iowa son of JUnyor and Mra If Armstrong of Britt Pcrter C Boddum f CHystn Luke IL junior In the liber il arts college CEDAK RAPinS Sept and Cedar Kaplds nrc Ue lending bidders for the 1829 Legion convention wilh Marslmlltown liirvliiK the insiiie It iearneil hero today KAP1DS Sept pica for the American Lesion imit its resolutions to a basic pro Krnin and concentrate on one or two aigets was made by Col Hanford UacXIder former assistant secretary of war and former national Legion commander in an address nt the con vention of the Iowa department to lay Denouncing a constant drumfire ot proposals for resolutions on every con ceivable subject under the Mr acNiiler said If we keep wandering about lend ing our good nn me to half a hundred movements at anyones roiiurft we shall soon be in a position where our indorsement or commendation will mean nothing at all Departments who feel themselves discriminated against by some section al project get us to pass a hunch ot whereaRes1 against the proposition which sister states who believe them selves benefited but who cannot gath er enough votes or effective enough oratory before some committee leave conventions embittered toward all tho GARDINER AND HALE VICTORS IN RECORD VOTE G 0 P Majority Givedj State Candidate Is Maine Sept C Mont n chair tuan of the state ileinncmtlc initec Siiiil toil ay Hint his imrlys overwhelming ilefont in Mondays elorllim was altribnlnhle o lack of democratic funds for slate use PORTLAND sept Maine went republican In the slate election yesterday more than two ICooliuk senior John D Fuller m thn collcgn medicine and Max J Knne of Iowa TORN TO PAGK 6 COLUMN 1 OFF AIR DURING EVENINGJOURS WOC Also Must Share Time Effective by Smith Meets Party Chiefs of MidWest Nominee Gets Line on Conditions in Area He Will Visit Nov 1 1 By D IIAUOIJ Assotintcil rress SlafC ALBANY X Sept ilinrtec himself with political one The republican majority for which Senator Frederick Hale said in a campaign speech must go over or the rest of thft country will say wo have lost our was upwards of Tills wns the largest majority ever ivpn a candldatc for governor In laino tho nearest approach being the epublioau margin ot In 1920 n tiie presidential election of 1D24 Cooltflgo carried tho state by s ilurallly ot over Davis and by i majority of over the combined ia of Davis and LiiFollette Will Jl precincts missing out of in the state the vote was William T Gardiner K Kdwnnl C Moran D 751 Kor Senator Frederick Hule K L Herbert K Holmes i Only Few DEK JIOlNIiS Sept ton KOI I nfCouncil Bluffs is tlia radio broadcasting station in Iowa retaining n fulltime chunnel un der the national reallocation of power a nd frequency announced yesterday by the federal radio commission at Iowas two other outstanding sta tions WHO Of DCS Mollies and of Davenport must share their broad casting channel with other stations after Nov 11 effective date of the re allocation It Is understood the re allncation will have the effect of con fining them to daytime operation This is also truo of AYO1 Iowa Slate eol University had been Shottld Be Hcnrrt on Some We blindly pass everything thri gets by the various committees are appalled later on when we receive tho printed report of the convention activities to wade thru 100 pages o and whcrenslng wlilcl may bo of first interest to us nil a citizens and voters but which roul better ho left to political action or to our assent or dissent on election day On certain matters we not onl should be heard but we should bo am are respectfully listened to On the national defense and the can of tli veteran wo are better qualified b hard won experience tr speak thai any other group within the republic should and can Insist that oti TTKN TO PAGE M COlMX l Frederic J Hnsliin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette liiforniiitlcm Bureau Washington I C I inclose herewith 4 rents in coin or stumps for R ropy of the ONK THOUSAND USK FLT ROOKS Name Street Cily State COUNCIL J3LUPFS Sept 11 for tha republican cam paign wero mingled with expressions of sorrow over the death of Lieut CJov Clem F IvJmball as party offi cials caucused bcre today with leaders in the ninth congressional district Willis L Stern Logan chairman snid lie would not calf tiie state cen tral committee together to select Mr successor until after the series of district caucuses are com pleted next week Some atten tion may he givon to the substitute i candidate Saturday when Mr Stern I returns tn Moines on the only open dale in the caucus schedule he I said To avoid tho introduction of new ii uirs intov tho present campaign Mr Stem said that candidates who have aspirations lor the governorship 1930 would he handicapped when the central committee considers Klmballs successor Rush Starts to Obtain i Licenses for Hunting ALBERT LKA Sept There Is a rush to buy hunting li censes In Freeborn county for the opening of the hunting season which startfi next Sunday on ducks and gccse at Newark By JAMES I WKST Associated Tress Stuff WASHINGTON Sept Herbert Hoover has approved a pro gram of whirlwind personal campaign ing for his tworiny visit in New Jersey BRAE BURN COUNTRY CLUB Sept AP Gnorge Voight of New York contin ued his sensationnl golf today in the national amateur golt championship jumping into the lead for the two flay qualifying test when he shot par 72 for his second round His 36hole total of 143 put him seven ntrokes ahead of his nearest rival Som ervllle Canadian champion Voigt came home In 3r two under par sinking a 25 foot putt on the ISlh ntes To familiarize himself with pontica conditions In tho 13 western stales While FCO1L was given thn only thru which he will pass on his rhnnnpl its pownr wns cut from spenldng lour of the presidential Q nnd its Hiilgn Governor Smith has begun a series of Informal conferences with members of his party from the section west of the Mississippi early i far a birdie 3 Arriving curly Monday afternoon at His qualifying score which ftp Newark where that night he will safe except for possible attack liver the third prepared speech of his campaign for the presidency the re trom Harrison R Jimmy Johnston who also had a 71 yesterday repre publican candidate will make a motoriwntcrt two of the best rounds ever in thn nmat was one stroke s it 142 eiir shot tournament rt of the record trip thru Oran o East Orange South Orange anil a half dozen smaller towns In the vicinity Tuesday moining lie will motor deep into Hudson county a democratic j stronghold visiting an aviation field tjlenVllle Woman UlCS and Jersey City Hohoken Wechow ken nnd a number of smaller places before returning to Newark In the early afternoon for luncheon which Senator Walter E Kdge will give for the republican state county and clly leaders For the most part In ISOFi there wore four automobiles manufactured In the United States In 1000 and in auto mobiles and town TimesHcpubilcan the program calls for him to drivo thru the main streets oE the towns where thousands will have an opportunity to see him He will be welcomed by the mayors in republican municipalities and by party leaders in thoso where the democrats control the government The nominees address Monday night will he bloadcast over a nation wide chain of radio stations nnd will After Lengthy Illness Sept Mrs Nelly Throlsen who has been a sufferer from tuberculosis over a year passed nvvay at her home here Sunday morning nhout i oclock Funeral services wil he held Tuesdny nt 2 oclock iti the Free Methodist church G O Says MacNider Is Vets Friend Condemns Smith At tack on Expenses for Relief CHICAGO Sept II Tho pledges and accomplishments of Herbert and the republican party arc very smalltowns every county In the state He carrled all the cities except Biddeford and Lewiston both of which arc normally democratic by wide margins Congressman Carroll L Bccdy la tho first district Wallace H White In the second and John Nelson in the third all republicans were re liy substantial majorities and Donald W Snow republican won ail easy victory In the court h district Ciovornnr elect Gardiner Is a gradu ate of Harvard whore he took an active part In football and rowing He s a World war veteran and a former speaker oC the Maine house of repre sentatives His homo is in Gardiner nnd ho is a law partner ot Congress Irian Nelson Smaller Vote Recorded Contrary I predictions of a heavy vote frooly made during the campaign the total vote was about loss than that cast for governor In 1024 tho last presidential election year when Jlrewwter republican defeated iattaiiKali democrat by a majority of In the last slate election two years igo tfeo total vote was and 10 republican majority for governor was thoro guarantees His first caller Gilbert M HUcli cock Omaha publisher and a former United States senator from Nebraska ins assured htm that nils well in the Cornhuskcr state which the republi cans won eight years Study Ixicnl Sitiiafions Others are expected to be consulted before the democratic presidential nominee starts out next Sunday to de liver six speeches in as ninny states of the middle and far west His sched ule is so nrrnnged Hint he will have an opportunity to talk over local and regional situations before ha makes a night speech Mr Hitchcock who with Mrs Hitch cork dined nt the excutivo mansion last night assured the nominee that Nebraska wns beginning to rally around hla banner Ho later told newspapermen that the governor had shown a keen inter est in western conditions nnd he would make his farm speech fit Omaha a week from tonight one of the most important of his onnipatgn Reports Inrly Rollers The former senator who received Nebraskas vote for the presidemia nomination at Houston said there wa as Inrge a proportion of business ant professional men in Omaha coming out for Smith an tlmro were In Nov York that the German vote lost slnco tho war apparently was re turning to tho fold In large numbers and that the farmers nnd thoso who supported LnFollotto four years ago were indicating nn Increased Interest In the Smith cause The farmers are not solely for i Smith on his own ho went for delivery The progiiim will j those who have em wont lie bullIon but there Is a widespread feeling begin at 6 oclock central standard flossing steers in City innmnK them that Hoover was un time Journal jfiiendly to during the TURN TO PAGE 11 COLUMN 5 Dlupatrh from Brule says that President Coolidgo has learned how to of war veterans handle a canoe Wo always supposed wilh understanding and sympathy ho was nn artist at thin occupation Hnnforrt MacNiiler past commander At leant we never knew him to rock of the American Legion and former as that the will he considered Rnin Delays Trains SHKNANDOAH Sept Heavy rains Monday and lost nisht caused service on the Burlington railroad to he abandoned temporarily because of high water Marcels for men may be the style hour probably tbroo quarters of an in the future according to report but ho Courier IOWA FORECAST Ltisctlled Tuesday night ami Wednesday probably occasional showers unit llmmlerstorms not much clinngc in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS Ampricmn Siiirir corporation for I hour pcriorl mcling1 nt S nclork a m Tuesday Holiest Monthly Degrees Koivflst In Nisll Decrees At B A M Tuesday 5ft Degrees IVrripntiitinii Inrlirs Town hf1 relief of cool er weallier Tuosilny after two days of Of or above sitmosphcMO Tlv wind was slIU in Inc southeast imlicntint morn rain sistant Dccretary ot war asKcrted here Since the days of Mf MacNidrr said The republican parly ias been the foremost champion oc tho veterans and under Mr Hoover who shared the conditions which created tho problems of vclnans onslriicllve policy of the party will In a statement dealing with Mr louvers war rneord Mr MacNider ook occasion to express skepticism vltb tho statement of Maj tenry T Allen retired that ic promises are attracting the sup tort of service mon loiter Cniilriullrls Himself Colonel MacNulers statement foS w s The flcroytancc speerh rf dem cratlc candidate for the presidew drt orled the groat Increases during thn Coolidge administration In bureau ex penditures not under cabinet control This Is a direct attack upon money appropriated for veteran relief and compensation Ihrn tbo veterans bu reau He contradicts himself later on hecoming generous with promises for the disabled service man hut his at tnck upon their none too generous compensation status still un warranted and unexplained Clover nor Kmlth has bad little rontact with the service man He has norm about him officially nono upon his ticket cabinet nor in his counsels Secretary Hoover on the hand has a complete and eympnthe Calmar Masons Hold Picnic at Ft Atkinson Kept members of tho lodge No H1G A K t A of Calmar am their families enpoyrd a picuie Sunday nt the Tour s nl fort Atkinson The total number of people present was 01 many of them having come R long distance to attend The clay was spent In playing and the entire ra somblagu also tlnivo to the Slate park which in addition to being a place of historic iuteiesi is also Ideally located for pietilcs At tlit conclusion of tha evening meal a few fitting remarks wero made by Dr 1 Conovcr ijro TAGE 11 ooLpLN AUNT HET By Robert Quillen It aint love thit makes a man want his wife to dress fine He wants her to show off so folks will know how much money hes
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