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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER rue HOM AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PEE COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 299 SMITH STRIKES AT SECRET PROPAGANDA HOOVER HAS NO TO FIND Nominee Thinks Machine Is Functioning Per fectly By JAMBS L Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Sept 21 A month and a half before the vot ers decide whether iie Is to be the next president of the United States Herbert Hoover 3 well satisfied with the political outlook and the function ing the vast machine he has built up to carry the re jpubllcan message to the country So the candidate 1 is able to free his mind from some ot the matters which have beset him since the conven tion at Kansas City placed the burden of nomination upon his shoulders and can begin the prep oration ot his re J JU WEST maining three ad dresses in thu east and south with a greater mental ease than has been the case in the Friction Largely Removed Friction in the republican organiza tion has been largely removed and some friction is ever present In a ma chine made up of such a vast body of human cogs and the units are now plugging away right down into the in dividual voting precincts James F Burke general counsel ot the republican national committee has been connected with theG of ty machinery Is goingr better than at any tiirm within his The decentralization scheme he added is working out In fine shape Aside from the extensive use oC the railo and the reams of publicity In the newspapers which are printing more matter about this campaign than about any that has gone before pieces of literature are being sent out to voters under the general direction of Herbert Guntherson ex ecutive secretary of the committee This compares with pieces in the 1324 campaign Prepares Next Address Hoover is now giving attention to his next address to bo delivered at ICIzaoethton Tennessee on October fi and to the itinerary to be arranged for his invasion of the south Like that tor northern New Jersey early this week It will be of the whirl wind variety taking in one or more towns besides Ulizabethton and includ ing perhaps one or two impromptu speakings Plans for his trip to New York and Boston next month also are in thu making and they too also will be swiftly moving affairs Leaving 10 days before election time the republi can candidate will make several ad dresses on his journey westward to his Pacific coast home to vote and his schedule will be so arranged that as many people can see and hear as possible Farmers Union Adoji Jl iHoover Resolution Will Rogers NEW YORK Sept lay off pplltlcs today and get to something necessary and worth while I dont think we are faking enough Interest in this Florida and West Indies relief as we should Florida Is in real need The Red Cross needs much greater funds than have been sent I know giving to campaign funds ROGERS this year when competition Is so keen has about got everybody broke but I think Florida is worth more to us than trying to get the postofflces for the next four years Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 19J8 Bankers Son in Honolulu Is Murdered Arrest Owner of Murder Ranch Disposition of Bodies Is Big Florida Problem LARGE SUMS ARE SOUGHT TO RUN STATE U of I Wants D Large Reward Offered for Kidnaper of Child 000 Annual Appro priation ES MOINES Sept 21 Rc ouests for appropriations totaling 3S to finance the state of owa during the next biennium were made to Budget Director K L Hoiue a series of public hearings com pleted yesterday Asking for the biennial budget as innouncert today by Mr Hogtie were grouped under the following catlons state departments 7 board ot control and board education With the public hearings completed Mr Hogue will confer with heads of departments and other officials before his budget report is made to Gover nor John Hammill by December 1 Considerable reduction In the askings is anticipated before the appropria tions report is submitted by the log ature next winter the budget di rector said The requests more than those Mwosyeara agpalri 191 B and scoresof Volunteers organized ri to working units to hunt down the kid naper and slayer of Gill Jamleso 10 year old son of Frederick W Jamie son banker The body of the boy who was kid naped from school Tuesday was found yesterday on the banks ot the Alwal canal near the fashionable Royal Hawaiian note Physicians he had been strangled todeath Complicating search for the slayer today was the threat of mob violence which followed indignation meetings held turnout the citylast night Hints that a vigilance committee was being formed ot one meeting last night Col lowed barring of newspapermen The chamber of commerce leward fund has reached last nlgnt and a total fund of for arrast of thekidnapers was expected before nightfall today The boys neck bore the Imprint of five fingers many bruises covered his body and there were rope burns on his wrist and ankles Police Surgeon Robert C Faus said an autopsy In dicated tho boy had put up a terrific struggle with his abductor Physicians believed the boy had been killed Tuesday night a few hours after he had been kidnaped and possibly wltin a few minutes of the time his frenzied father had handed over to a man who promised the safe return of the lad HOOVER SILENT WASHINGTON Sept 21 bert Hoover would make no comment today on the address last night of his democratic opponent for the presi TUBN TO PAGE J8 COLUMN 8 The GlobeGazette Has a Booklet for Baseball Fans As the season draws to a close everyone follows the national pas time Crucial games and series are about to be played everywhere Have you a copy of the official rules of baselxilj You will them if you follow tiie games with thoro interest and understanding Our Washington Information bu reau has printed the official rules In handy form for every player and fan and your copy awaits you for 6 cents posfhge and handling cost Use the coupon today Frederic J Haslcin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Rurcau Washington D C T Inclose herewith B cents In coin or stumps for a copy of the boolilet RASEBALL RULES Name Street CUy State TENTH DISTRICT HOLDING CAUCUS Saunders or Larrabee May Be Supported for Lieu tenant Governor PORT DODGE Sept 21 tenth Iowa district from which has come much of the support of the Me XaryHaugcn bill was studied from j close range by state republican offi cials here today for a caucus with county leaders With State Chairman Willis L Stern and Cominltteeman Charles A Rawson at the caucus were Congressman L 1 Dickinson of Algona and Representative Fred C Lovrlen of Humboldt As the caucus convened the tenth district was undecWed as to whether Representative W E G Saunders of jEmmetsburp or former state Senator Fred Larrabee of Fort Dodge woulil be supported ns 1 candidate fo fill the vacancy on the state ticket caused by the death of Lieut Gov Clem F Kim ball Gordoiir Snart right owner nt River side which four IWys are saJfl to have mistreated anil munlered according Sanford Clark 15 a nephew of Snrthcott has been arrested by provincial police at Oliallaffan Landing Hrilisll Colmu ba His mother Mrs Louise Norfliccitt left also sought by police for questioning in connection with the crime has been reported held hy po lice at Calgary Uelow Is a view ot the hen coop on the Nnrtlicntt ranch at where jounff claims lie bodies of slain boys were secreted Northcott in Canada to Fight Removal to U S Boston Takes First Game of Twin Bill From Cincinnati 53 HOSTOK7 Sept 21 Uravos won the first gamc of a from tho Cincinnati Ilcds today 3 to 3 Cincinnati 000 001 8 0 Boston 100 110 1 Donohue Pyle Sukcforth Delan ey Taylor Accused Operator of Death Farm Claims Frame VANCOUVER B Sept 21 that bo lias be framed and that he will fight ex tradition to the United States young Gordon Stuart Northcott accused of operating a huriian slaughter farm at Riverside was held in jail here awaiting extradition lo Prison officials declared that 1C the youth carried out his threat to fight extradition it probably would bo month before he could he sent south assuming that tho California authori ties were successful In the cnae Northcott admitted his Identity Four and possibly more boys are be lieved to hnvn been lulled on North cotts farm at Riverside and he has been named by Sanford Clark a young relative as tho slayer Mrs Sarah Louisa Northcott moth er ot the youth also charged with murder admitted her Identity in Cal gary last night after insisting thruuut tho day that she was Mrs J Black Evacuation May Be Ordered Unless Situation Improves WEST PALM BEACH Sept 21 plaguo specter today appeared over the Florida everglades scarcely five days behind the hurricane that took between GOO and SOO lives The immediate problem was recov ery and burial of bodies Living con ditions in several refuge camps have been made so nearly impossible be cause of their presence that complete evacuation within 48 hours was con sidered unless some disposition was made ot the dead in that time Already evacuation of women and children from Pahokce Belle Glade and refugee camps along the eastern shore of Lake Okeechobce was nearly complete They left their men behind conscriptsin the battle against dis ease Ml efforts to cheek the death list bad been abandoned today as officials came out of the glades with confirma tion of orders to bury as fust as pos sible 53f Already Buried But Jov John W Martin came from an inspection tour with national guard figures showing tho solders had nut B37 bodies in rough graves Howard W Selhy chairman of the Palm Beach county Red Cross com mittee estimated the dead at between 700 and SOO after his trip yesterday while A L Khafer state disaster relief director for the American Rod Cross who accompanied him said his TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 5 Action Taken Despite Plea of Brookhart Reno Calls Nominee Relent less Enemy of D10S M01NE3 Iowa Farmers the board of education In cluding the expense ot the University of Iowa hospital The board of educations annual re quests for its Institutions lye Univer sity 6C Iowa 5 Iowa State college Iowa State Teach ers college school for deaf school for blind The figures include askings of for tlie university hospital OS 000 for the Psychopathic hospital and for the bacteriology lab oratory KENYON FIRST ON AIR FLIGHT Class A Planes Flying Over Texas on Way to Cincinnati EL PASO Sept II of Boston In a led tho Class A Angeles to Theodore Kenyon Challenger plane roup the Los CHRISTIANSON TO BEGIN CAMPAIGN Budget Again an Issue in Minnesota Governor ship Race ST PAUL Sept 21 finite indications ns to the turn which Minnesotas next biennial budget will take will bn furnished the public Oct 3 when Governor Christlamon makes his keynote speech In his campaign for roelcction it Whether a limit will he set corres ponding to the HOcalled Forty million limitation used as a slogan by the governor In his 192fp campaign will re and other basic economic poll cles will be laid down by the chief ex ecutive then For if elected or not the governor will hold office under his present term until Jan 1 1023 ami during his administration the budget for consideration of the 1929 legisla j turo is prepared Already this Inslt is well underway with practically every stato dcpart mcftt preparing to present their bud1 more favorable allocation ot wave gets wfthln a short time to the state halt air derby out ot El Paso tills morning on the hop to Fort Worth A stiff wind was sweeping tlie fit Id as Kenyan got away ami tlie take off was mado under difficulties The flyers will resume tho Journey from Port Worth to Pine Bluff this afternoon COMMISSION TO CONSIDER W H 0 Frost Predicted for Iowa Friday Night DRS MOINES Sept 21 which visited northwest Iowa In it nlKht will probably blanket all lishtly tonlgfit the weather bureau here predicted No damage Is expected nlshts frost In northwest Iowa was belioverl to hnve been In localities and to have caused no dain Monday Meeting Ordered to Hear Case of Iowa DJSrf MOIX12S Sept velopments In the campaign to obtain commission of administration and fi nance the bis three for final shapins Increnses particularly to allow for an extensive building proRnrsi have been asked by the state board of con trol the first to present Ita budget The University of Minnesota which also expects to Its budget to the big three will seek Increases ac cording to preliminary drafts of budget band and a clearer channel for radio station AY HO here today were dis patches from Washington declaring thnt Commissioner Plckard baa called a mooting of the radio commission for With WHO off the air tnnybc Shon anrloah would come In more Mgonft Keniibllciin Nfondny further to taice up the matter of WHOs protest and to discuss the situation relative to a possible adjust ment Receipt of new letters petitions of protest Is at the sta tion Itself The protest messages came from vr tually every city In Iowa and from numerous points in several surround I Insr states Sept 21 The Union in convention here yesterday listened to a laudation of Herbert Hoover as a friend of the farmer who opposed the veto of the by Senaior Smith W Brookhart republican and then adopted a resolution opposing the republican presidential nominee and followed by singing The Side walks of New Brookhart in his speech told ag riculturists that three furm leaders Oeorge X Peek ot Moline chair man of the Committee of 22 Frank W Murphy of Minnesota and Wil liam ilirth of Missouri chairman of the Corn Belt Federation of Farm Or ganisations bad double crossed I be farmers iti giving their support to Otovernor Smith democratic nominee Ilcmi Attacks Hoover Murphy only one of the trio named Uho wis present said he did not see why he was included in the attack unless it was because of his speeches recently favoring tho McXnrvtlAU gen bill In a rebuttal address to Brookhart Lhe Farmers Union president Mllo Ueno said lie considered Hoover Hie most relentless enemy of the rnr Murphy also took the floor and was given an ovation when ho asked his hearers to stand with him for con tinuance of the fight for the Mi Haugen bill The resoluton adopted Indorsed the recent resol Support of M E Church Conference Votes to Sever Relations With School Sept Upper Iowa university was today virtually severed from any connection with the Upper Iowa conference ot the Method ist church Action of the conference yesterday In voting to merge Upper Iowa with Cornell college at Ml Vernon did not put the Fjiyclte University out of ex istence but means that support of tho conference hereafter will go only to Cornell Continuance of Upper Iowa as an independent school was insured re cently by vote of the board of trustees who nthe merger proposal seemed cer tain of adoption Tlint this was satis factory to the conference was indi cated in a resolution adopted wishing the college Godspeed The last vestige oC Interest by the conference In Upper IOWIL was exjiect o be removed today when revision of tho merger resolution was antici pated to eliminate the condition that in event of its closing all remaining assets be paid to the Upper Iowa Objection to this provision by O W Stevenson trustee of the university brot agreement tn reconsider NOMINEESCORES FOES WHO BRING OUT NEW ISSUES Oklahoma City Hears Scathing Attack on By HAKOU OMVER Associated Press Slnft Writer OKLAHOMA CIT1 Sept 21 Smith wants tha American people to decide the Novem ber presidential election on the record of the two major parties and their nominees and not on religious grounds Before 1 demonstrative audience that packed this citys coliseum last night to hear his second speech of his western swing tho democratic presidential nominee minced no words In an effort to drive home this point Declaring lie had been forced to the religious question out Into he open because oC an apparent whte ipreud attempt to distract the Ameri caa people from the real Issues by circulation of unAmerican secret pro paganda Involving his Catholic faiih ind moral habits the governor struck a blow at those he believed responsible challenged hla oponents to find a single scandal in his long legisla tive and gubernatorial record and ap pealed to the people not to bo swayed by religious prejudice In casting ballots Cites Foes by Name Tho republican national committee Irs Mabel Walker Willebrandt ns sistant attorney general the Kn Klux Klan tho Fellowship Forum a frater nal publication ot formerSenator Owen of this sir and Insulting imanher national republican convention al Kansas City turned a deaf ear to the pleas for justice for The nomination of Herbert Hoover fit Kansas it comlruled pledged ns be is to the carrying out of the policies and with his record of injustice to agriculture should IKJ resented at tho polls hy every farmer iti the THE RESOLUTION IOWA FORECAST Fair Friday night nml Saturday cooler Friday nicht in extreme cast portion frost mostly light sllfihlly warmer Saturday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a Firday Highest TliunoLiy 70 decrees Lowest In night 40 degrees At 8 A M 51 degrees Precipitation 14 inches Thursdays maximum temperature was the same as that ot the previous day Thru error however the Wed nesday maximum was given as SO de grees in this spaceThursday After a cloudy day the sun shone with a spe cial radiance Friday morning The wind was out of the west The weather forecaster spoke In terms of frost for Friday night Perhaps hes right NEBRASKAN IS G AJ1 CHIEF Muscatine Woman Named Chaplain of Womens Relief Corps Sept 2J Vel errtns of the Grand Army of the Re public were homeward bound today after having bU farewell to comrades or other stales until tlifi J929 encamp ment In Portland Me With the election of new officeis headed by Tohn Reese of IlroUen How ns commander in chief Ihe ri2ml Tho resolution ns adopted by the Farmers1 Union is us follows Wherean the Towa Larmers union nitiatccl the movement that In the establishment of the Corn BeH committee and Whereas we are now affiliated with 35 other farm groups in com ittoe and Whereas farm organizations nonpartisan the Corn T3olt committee hns become the and authorita tive spokesman for affiliated organiza tions on matters Therefore He It Resolved that the twelfth annual convention of the Iowa rmers union unqualifiedly indorses the resolutions of the Corn licit com mittee adopted AUK IflSR and VP therefore voice the pvoloHt of ho Amrrfoan fariiiir at tinInsulting hlih handed manner In which the ia lonal republican convention at City turned a deaf ear to I he for justice for The nomination of Herbert Hoover at Kansas City pledged an he is to the carrying out of the poli cies nnd with his record of to agriculture should be resented at tne polls hy every farmer In tlie mi del lo subject LWtjruiJCW f and Tammany Now he said he will devote himself to what he considers are the real issues such as farm re lief water power government reor ganization and other topics Water power probably will be the theme of third siiocuh ot the BEITZEL MUST DIE FOR MURDER Philadelphia Found Guilty of Killing His Common Law Wife ANffKLKS Hfllt 21 XXI Monday tiiia been fiel for pronounce ment of nion Russell St Clnir Iounrl guilty ypRtcnlny oC UMJ murder of Miss ISnrlpra Manger 10 his Tho jury ivliieli readied n verdict I within an hour nfter lakinp tlie case mnde no recoinmondnlUm thus the Jeatli mandatory un em tour and today hu turned toward oiivcr where he will deliver Hiit drewH tomorrow nlKht With tho Rev John Tloach Now York BnptlKt rleijrynmn unU tlis Itev Monlcail 11am Oklahoma Cny Baplisl minister two of Uis critics n tho platform tho governor told his ruirtienrn IUKI night thrtl one ot lli meanest things he hail seen in campaign ivns a circular srnt to lilin by a friend of his and pur porting to have hoon sent out Catholic auspices to Catholic Quoits IYoni Circular Quoting from It ho sail It how rontrul in New York Kticlc toother aud woll get control oC Iho Ho It apparently linrt been sent to the Masonic orter in New York Ijcvautio so many niem hnrs of that order an friends of mi no ind have lieen voting for me Tor last II I In disownnd any connection with the circular and yaid he would take chance that nobody Inside of Iho tholle church has been stupid enough to do anything like iVruI then an the crowd cheered1 ha added Lot me make myself perfectly clear I do not want any Catholic fn tlie irnltcil States or America to vots lor inn on tlio nt November bo causo I am a Catholic If any Catho lic In thin country believes that thn welfare the wpllbelnp tho prosperity thn growth and tho expansion of tbft United States Is boat conserved and best promoted by tho election of IToov TO PACK 2 3 der California law annual meeting closed last night Iteeso IH 82 years old nnd a retired attorney K Jewell was elected senior vice commander In chief by acclama tion Mra Minnie T Horseman of Port land was etecteil president of the Womens Jlellef Corps which Js affiliated with the G A I Mrs Sue Mlisratlne was chosen chaplain fiepl A Missouri newspaper man says he Khnoting pheasants out neason was started in business years ago with expensive sport for 1 Xcwton Mcfnll a capital of He Is a success I of Fort DodK who was fined JH0 lie still hijs thn when arrested In Humhnlrit county Tribune wllh one of thn birds in bis possession Ft Dodge Man Is Fined for Shooting Pheasant AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I boiled my eggs and aimed to peel em all ready for my dinner salad but I plum forgot it till everbody bowed for the openin prayer an I noticed Ezras bald   

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