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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER foft rnf HOME AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PEP COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 298 FOOD REACHES STRICKFN CITIES IN FLORIDA NOMINEE CHIDES HECKLERDURING IOWA ADDRESS Senator Quick to Tell About Haugen Bill Veto CURTIS PRIVATE CAR IN NE BRASKA Sept 20 read iness of Senator Curtis republican vice presidential nominee to mix it with hecklers as shown in Iowa yes terday has won the candidate the plaudits oJf the crowds of the middle west After three strenuous days of campaigning across Indiana Illinois and Town the senator today had a long crosscountry drive from his pri vate car ahead of him Late in the atternoon he visits the Indians who are celebrating their Ilftleth anniversary or encamp ing on the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota with an oldtima pow wow He was on the back platform ths morning greeting those along tlm route in Nebraska Detraining at Val entine he motors across Into South Dakota in company with Senator Me Master of that state to visit the Rose bud reservation and to speak Met lown Heckler At Spencer yesterday Senator Curtis encountered his first heckler and after answeringhis questions the vetoes of the McNaryllau gen billfi and about his personal rec ord on farm relief lie was cheered as he asked his long questioner to conic you anything About the vetoes by President Cool 1 of Hie McNaryIIaugcn hills Curtis replied by asking what Govern would have dona with them SMITH GREETED BY HUGE CROWD AT OMAHA Haugen Put on Grill tor Hoover Attitude OUTLOOK IN 4TH DISTRICT GOOD LEADERS CLAIM CARDINALS TAKE 3GAME LEAD AS GIANTS LOSE 85 POLO GROUNDS NEW YORK Sept ardinals increased their lead in the National league pennant race to three full games by aking the first game of a double header from the New York Giants 8 to 5 The Giants had seriously threat ened to overtake the St Louis ardinals but their defeat in the initial contest today vir tually eliminated them Three home runs by George Harper Giant castoff the Cardinals to win Close to fans looked on Harpers sensational hitting1 featured the heavy clubbing of both teams One of his homers came with two on base in the sixth The Cardinal right fielder had a chance to equal the all time record of four home runs for a single game but fannedout when he came to bat in the ninth with the bases full Six homers were made alto gether Hafey of the Cardinals and Cohen and Hogan of the Giants also contributing Score by St L 004 11 2 N Y 000 003 12 0 Will Debate Farm Aid Question Sept E Howard If are he continued they will pass a bil ft good It will be signed by Herbert The senator voted for the McXary editor of the Elma JJew Ura and one Haugen bill also supported tlic time democratic candidate for con veto ot it and when questioned nnd Rcmley Glass Mason City that by the Spencer Examiner he dr for Cerro Gordo cTarcd he supported the president hocounty will debate the respective cause of his position as leader of the jLy regard to agri republican party in the senate culture relief at a meeting in iho Quick Will Repartee i Union township schoolhouse Friday At Sioux City the senator Hft night flic train to on a temporary In railroad ynrd wait ing for switching operations Pleading there for Herbert Hoover he cited the work of the republican n administering war relief Some asked who Jiad or It and Curtis replied that the American people atut Herbert Hoover paid for didnt help or you wouldnt have asked the Again the crowd gave him a big Daughter of Albert B Fall1 Asks Divorce roar The fiS year old campaigner tired from the heavy program of fhe threedays He spoke 14 times on Tuesday in crossing Illinois and yes terday he gave five speeches In mostly from the baclt platform ot tho private ear which has been equipped with loud speakers I OrtUCKS X Sept 20 IP Brant the former Miss Tonetto Fall danjrhtcr Albert B Fall former secretary of the has hrot suit for divorce against he husband charging habitual drunken ness and desertion EXPECT FINAL Shouting ami hanilclanping greeted Alfred K Smith when he rode thru crotydeil Omaha streets on ivny lo auditorium to deliver his first campaign speechJn mid dle west Tfie CornellU I U Proposal Up to Last Test Before Conference Sent final vote on the proposed merger ot the two conference 3ova university and Cornell duo at todays sessions ot the annuti meeting of the Upper Iowa confcren e of the Methodist Episcopal church here The merger proposal originating In lay ranks last spring because of ltv satisfactiou with increasing financial demands for the two schools was ap proved by an informal meeting of con ference delegates at Waterloo lost March Trustees ofUpper Iowa however have voted to continue their institu tion as a separate entity regardless of tho conference action MRS RASKOB IS Says Rogers Alleged Boy Murderers Under Arrest in Canada Clarion Damage Case Settled Out of Court CLARIOX Sept 20 Tha damafic case of George Trowbrldge against two of bis neighbors Arthur Flett and John Button all farmers living near Clarion has been settled out court The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet of Baseball Rules The big league races are coming o a close The world series will soon have everybodys attention In critical games every possible ad vantage counts and the players study their rule hooks to be isire they never overlook a point The fans also need a copy ot the official rules it they want lo get the full benefit of the games our Washington information bureau Hunt for More Bones of Slain Youths Awaits Fugitives I LOS ANGELES Sept The search for human bones and other evidence to substantiate the sinister story of the Northcott der farm was temporarily suspended today by southern California officers pending return here of the principals In the case a 21 year old youth and his mother who were arrested in Can ada yesterday The center of activity In the case i shifted to the Riverside county dis j trict attorneys office which began ex i tradition proceedings against Gordon Stuart Xorthcott and his mother Mrs Louisa Northcott who have been sought for nearly a week The for mer has been named as the slayer of at least fonr boys on his chicken farm Local Youths AdmitTaking 10 Cars Here To Have Hearing in District Court Before Judge C H Kelley Friday The niysterloua activities ot auto mobile kleptomaniacs who have op crated In Mason City and Clear La lie within the past two weeks was solved Wednesday when Charles Pettey 21 722 Harrison avenue southwest and RajMabie South Fed eral were captured at Hampton with a stolen Chrysler The two youths con fessed to borrowing 10 cars within tho past two weeks including two Nushes two Hupinobiles two Chrys lers a Mnrnion a Ford sedan a and a Cadillac The pair were arrested Wednesday morning by Hampton authorities I when motorists at the tourist park I there reported their actions sus ipIciouR Chief of Police Prank Stanford Clinpmnn Assistan County j Attorney Charles RatIon and Officer Aged Man Said He Would Blow Up Home of Demo cratic Chief Sept 20 A year old man giving a Philadelphia address was held lodiiy in ball on a charge of threatening to blow up the homo of John 1 Rnskob emocratic national chairman unless 10 was paid He gave the lame of Frank Jlooney The threats were contained in four eUers sent thru the Private iletectives said Mooney admitted the charge The letters were addressed to Mrs RnsJcolj it her homo In Clayniont near Wilmington Del The first threatened to dynamite the borne un less the money was forthcoming Mrs ttoskob paid llttlo attention to it but when the second arrived she turned f T Leo Kisacher drove to Hampton afternoon and identified Lhe Republican Delegates at New Hampton Opti mistic NEW Sept semiapologetic attitude assumd by certain republican farm In this presidential campaign was vigorously assailed at a meeting of party leaders from the fourth district In the court house here yesterday atternoon The storm broke after Gilbert N IHaugen representative In congress ad addressed the conference con endlns thru neither party In platform r presidential nominee offered mld rpstern agriculture any hope what oever OC he added T am for lip Then lie recited a lengthy Ust of hills for farm relief for which the repub ican party Is responsible Xow Is no time to he tluciccl O S Bailey Waukon editor called on by State Chairman Willis Stern opened bis remarks by putting this direct tuestion Are you or ore you not for Herbert Hoover in this cam paign Hut IIe Didnt Flushed ot face ana visibly irritated tboNorthwood man rose and charged had not In gotiil faltli Hut the specific question remained unanswered The conprressmna mnt icred something about his long as a republican and his allegiance to the party But lie didnt men tion Hoover B A Brigadier of New Hampton speaking next assailed tha congress mans inference that the waveof tank troubles in recent years was at tributable to tho republican adminis tration All of tlio difficulty he ns sprted tjacl been tracnble to the period if inflation anil speculHtiori in lam luring and Immediately after the wnr while tho democratic administration YOIllC Sept I write its pretty near farm relief time About 8 oclock every night they get relieved over the radio Last n f e h t Smith marketed their surpluses at a profit for em Tonight Hoover thru co operative mar keting will as sist them In pay ments on new cars Then tomor row night Smith will take em In hand again But you notice nights when there is legitimate enter WILL on alland candidates cant get on why they dont seem to care what hap pens to tho farmers So It looks to mo like the candidates are to relieve the farmer ot his vote instead of his debts Tours Copyright STORM LASHING EASTERN COAST WITH LESS FURY Estimates of Number Dead Still Hovers Around 400 YORK Sept 20 fringe of the tropical UiUTlcHnft whicih ftwopt thru the Indies nnd Florida lashed tho north Atlantic coast today with diminishing violence I From Hatleras to Boston high soaa pounded tho shore line and thu wind reached whole gale force I down trrcs telephone nnrt teltgranh polos and disrupted rlcclric Hpht nnd power systems for several miles In llnnil I Winds raiifdnK from SO miles art hour down 25 miles In protected GOV SMITH MAY TAKE CRACK AT PARTY JOLTERS Admiring Crowds Greet Governor on Way to Oklahoma it OVPI to detectives of Dupont company of whicb her husband is nn officer A trap was laid for the writer In the men mime a third letter was re ceived Mrs RasUob was Instructed to answer it and she IU1 so Mooney called for tho letters night antl arrested by detectives of a local agency The only witness against the pris oner at a hearing before Police Mas Uatc T Pennock William was Ptill In power J A Kelson Derornh who Was do cateclby Mr Tlnupnn for tho lion last Time roso to ihnt there should ho no w indif ibout supporting 1 Toovcr OIIP of the prcatcst men history ha One Nul For Haiiijcn Kill of the hed tljat T am for Herbert Hoover is Ilia TTKN TO PAGE i COLUMN 4 OKLAHOMA CITY Sept in Hie capitol iC Oklahoma today Governor Smith Immediately found himself ho renter of it monster stalewide demonstration A grant crowil sent up a tremendous shout of welcome as hi domorrpllr presidential nominees specliil rain arrived an hour lute IJy HAROLDOLIVER Associated Press Writer GOVERNOR SMITHS J KNKOIJTK TO IOMA CITV Sept 20 ith recollections of another hectic lay ot meeting and greeting ram igninpr carried well Into the night 60 IN SINGLE GRAVE ST PETERSBURG Sept 20 St Petersburg Times loday published a dispatch from n stuff correspondent at West Pnlm Kciirli which said fill bodies were hnrieil there yesterday In one huge grave dug hy n steam shovel Ho sniil hollies were hrot In so rrtplcHy from the lalte region that a crew of cmpeulcrs was kept busy build ing riMifih coffins sections ot the metropolitan district swept away many small hoata Tha itlef damage in this section New Jersey const where seaside resorts were hard Four deaths were attributed to storm in New Jersey They were to CaJUng trees or tratfio HUsh Udes causlttu of the landfiiir bridges nfcrfhe fefryiSlips The tide was three feet above normal In the har j bor yf Two were slightly Injured In Manhattan when Mown thru store by tha grnle will ON AIR AT onc till1 31 stations uliicii brniulrnst Siiiitlis speech at OUlalioinii City tanlislit nt aro liose from lie niiil wcsj WHO Molnca liniisas City WON liicnco KVOO Tulsa WOW Omirlia WRIIM Mlnncaixilis hiindy every render Use the coupon IVcflcric llnshin Director The Mnson CUy Informntion Bureau Washington C T inrloae herewith 6 cents in roin or stamps for a copy of the booklet RASKHALT RULES Name Street Clly Slate Speeches to BeDemanded Texas Democrats Ask Nominee to Speak in South By JAM 158 L WEST Associated Ircss Staff WASHINGTON Sept 20 Herbert Hoover turned today to llv consideration of his second prepared address in his campaign he had before pressing Invitations to extend the nt Riverside Murder charges have Prosrnm ot four prepared speeches I been brot here against both i which he set for himself upon his IT Authorities here were confident making his acceptance ad dress in California Whether the republican prrsirlenUtil candidate will find It possible to rej spend to these appeals remains to be determined hut as election day ap proaches the pressure upon him will be Increased and nt least some of his hich the were cnptuyed Slaiifter manager of the detective car In w a Chrysler coupe owned by man stolen from near the Armory Tuesday evening Looking for Worlt According to their confessions made to Barlow the boys had taken tho coupe while the prize fight at the armory was in progress Tuesday night According to Pottey they were work and intended going only as far as Iowa Falls Sfahle stated that they intended to go o Moinos After going to Iowa Falls Tuesday nifiht they returned TIRN TO IMOK 20 tOMMX 1 igency Mrs Rnskob was not present A New lieadtlnr York newspaper prints the Divorce Suit Shakes Gilda Planes Begin Derby From Coastto Ohio M1NI5K Angeles Sept 20 Class A division tho AiiBclPStoCinclnnutl ir derby got off to a late start here oday when 18 planes held up since n teok advantage of a sudden ifting of a heavy fos and began tak ng the air for Kl Piiso Texas FUNDS SOUGHT WKST PALM ttlSACrT Kept 20 Whlio tho count of loss of IKo and Uie Injurrd unH homeless from Floridas tropical UnrrltTnno went forward tn the storm nroa ditlonal was to tho dis trict frotn every direction Iood mrdloal stipplies ami niatorisit hauled Into ptrlckon Okoochobco area by tinJn and hnat wiiMe trucks and othrr oonveyjincca continued thoir missionJi of mrrcy tr the InJuiTil and sick or hrot the dPnd out for burial A d j t C o n V i v on Coll Ins a I ron d y hove niaivinf a survey of thn coa tUttonH nnd Jolm Martin eniouto to lone his aid 1C ncedefl Crays has a shaky past it that Jjv Crosso Triliiiiiff lias printed the official rulws in 111lftt arrested in Vernan B form A copy Is ready for nnrt tll woman hold In Calgary Alberta are the two principals named in the story of torture and murder told by their young relative Stanford Cinrk Immediately following reports of tho arrest Hex Vvalsli Los Angeles chenv that samples of stained earth from shallow graves found on the Northcott farm revealed traces of iTnon blood Officers previously had unearthed bones on the Xorthcott farm which paleontologists Identified as human The innrdpr charge against North cott and hiK mother wus based on the deiilli of an unidentified Mexican boy whoso headless body was found re crntly near Pucnte Cnl Clark said Xorthcott who in Ills tinrle killed the Texas an Mrxirnn vnuth with tile knowledge of NoiUicolls mother IOWA FORECAST Mnslly unsettled Thursday niglit anil Yiday prohiilily or local slightly warmer i ex lienie east nnd cooler in north west purtfonK cooler Friday In and south pnrtions LOCAL STATISTICS Glube Gazelle wrathor figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock u m Thursday lliEliiKt 80 Drgrpps Lowest in NiRlil iO Degrees At 8 A M Thursday 35 Degrees After almost a weolc of prcdomin advisers think tlmt he will accept Mason City attorney who clear weather clouds took pos of the Invitations for disbarment by Of tno Thursday morning Just S Talks Issued 1 Wright county grand jury for alleged I nml there wus a trace of rain just af His present plan however Is to action in Iho trialof Lulu Rader for speak only at Eliznbotliton lifamy apponrcd In court here with I New York City nrjd WILLIAMS FILES ANSWERTO JURY M C Attorney Depies All Charges of Clarion Witness Sept K Will 3rookhart Charges With Double Crossing OF PAIR HELD S oclock in tlie forenoon Boston beforcthis attorney John Senneff also olj turning back to his California home Mason City and made a sweeping lo vote lie now working on the lOllKabethton nddross which will be fle llvcred on Oct 6and which is ex with industrial nucs pected to deal tlons Hoover yesterday again wan Illinois cither COLUMN I TURN TO PAOK 0 nlnl of all knowledge of witness fix Both the Mason County Attorney City lawyers and Mac here went to Des JToines to confer with the attor general refrarrtlnjr the date for trial which will be held in Clarion Three Judpres of tho supreme court will hear the case thru the Kansas farm bell ov Al fred 13 Smith In the border stale of Oklahoma today prnwiil for his second formal hid for the presi dency tonight ill Oklahoma Cltv The democratic presidential nom inee worliril lulu last night on an id vance manuscript between welcoming demonstrations tit more than half a dozen Kansas cities Including Topelia home of Senator the repuMi TUHX TO IAGE 5 3 Trio livernor Aslta Funds Tloforo I inht Lin Tallahassefl last i in response to urgent ioquests for iM thoiitiVs caiictl upon Klnrida to contribute from Infal au tlio people of funds to the Ksl if i lie ontinupd to vary hitwcen ILTi unil ICO persona tlin XcgroeH were employed as laborers on the farms Mod Crops officials pin red the number of home nt Approxiinntcly 350 persons are dead in tho Glcppchnhcn section swept both by burricniK winds and by a wall of water Innscil from tho lake when ilikes broke enoral Collins reported 10 riovcrnor Martin Howard V Selby chairman of ro s Illinois Fugitive Arrested as He Steps Ashore From Steamer jPeek Murphy Hirth Are I Named as Untrue to Agriculture DKS MOINHS Keiit 211 Siiia lor Smith W Brookbart today charKiil N Peek nf Mollne Krank i Murphy of Wlwaton anil j Mirth nf Columbia will double crossing the f armors In f prepared for delivery the finntial cnnvention Larmera Union TUP three men namcd y Mrooklinrt before I the VOriK Sept 2u Simpson chaiped with thn actual milr leiof State Trooper Roy Prlrc of 11j have advocateil farm support of the linois nnd his wife was nrrestpil today democratic piesldentlal ticket on the arrival of the steamer Stanley 1 Tho happiest men In the United at Staten the senator in his pro Herder and Rodeo MrlHh t pnied speech weie Ieek Murphy weio handed for the crime land Mirth when the presidents veto Simpson was taken into custody hylwns sustained by the senate and It District Attorney Arlie TJoswtH too late to pass any other hill Sheriff Jenrgc Hell of They had defeated any farm relief county accompanied Uy p whatsoevor by tlobiyins action unli detectives of the marine police j late in the pension and they hud kept the Issue filive for their Tammany nernrafi Choir Lender Juits icandidnte in the November election HKCOFIAH Sept 20 Prof C A had hecn invited to ad Speratl wlio has had charge of tlie i dress tho convention by Mllo Reno bolr and origin of tho F 10 N inesideht of the Jowa Farmers Tnfon illircli for tho past 2H years IKIS charKes tliai the siened and Ir Theodore Nickel WOB htul leen double rrossod by oppon appointed in bis place cnls of Herbert Hoover AUNT HET By Robert Quillen T got a Mcwin machine on trial once an just tried to find somethin wrong an reckon thats the way a man is about one of these companionatc   

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