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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CTTY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION V 3L XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS U5ASED WIRE REPORT ASON m m DEATH TOLL IN FLORIDA STORM PUT AT Conference Rev 2 PASTORS ARERENAMEDAT VINTON MEETING Bishop Leete Reads List of Ministers at Clos ing Session The Rev J F Boeye pastor of the First Methodist church here and the Rev C D James pastor of the Olivet church were returned to their posts here by the Upper Iowa con ference meeting at Vinton i This begins the seventh year for the Rev Boeye VMNTON Sept 24 j appointments for the coming year read by Bishop Frederick D Leete to day at the closing session of the Upper Iowa Methodist Episcopal church in eluded UnderCover Attacks Get No Attention Hoover Inclined to Ignore Charges Not Concerned With Issues By L WEST Associated Piess Staff Writer WASHINGTON Sept 24 Resolutely ignoring all open and un der cuver attacks upon him Herbert Hoover Is pursuing his course of con ducting a campaign In favor of tha Is sues and the candidates of the republi can parfy and keeping clear of dis tracting controversies His determination In this respect was given public expression again Sat urday in a short talk to former ser vice men who called on him here and I eluded CEDAR RAPIDS C Icieworth superintendent Belle Plainc I tiB Ackman Cedar Rapids St Paul E E wing St W O Eck or John J S Lillcy Ken ood H W Singer Trinity r K Eldora S W Mitchel owa Falls Will Kirwln Marshalltowu 1 E Ellis Tama Dowitt Clinton racr W L Alexander Toledo W I lurlburt Vinton A Grant DAVENPORT A gflker superintendent Clinton First T C Colllster C W Hannori St W Court DeWitt W E Montleello Robert Davies Mt rsrnon H C Culver Tipton Ti H f pUBUQUE J Cha superintendent Cresco F II 1 F O Hlllman Du t ue Center G W Watklns j B D Wells St Lukes H Atchlnson and A B Curran Fcyette J D Clinton Independence J W Reed McGregor F H Schepple Oelweln A W Henke West Union E I SeMen WATERLOO C Wit zlgman superintendent Cedar Falte W G Rowley Charles City E T Gough Hampton H H Collls Mason City J F Boeye C D James New Hampton J B Bird wood William Crosley Osage K B Frye Waterloo J A Young R L Smith Joseph Tales St T P Shaffer Wav erly C C Bacon BASEBALL SCORES lYear Yankees Cleveland Robins Cardinals a FINAL Giants Reds GIANTS GET JUMP ON REDS 4 TO 1 was reiterated yesterday to his fntl mates in connection nIth an attack made upon him by Senator Bruce democrat Maryland who charged iiypocrisy In connection with the nom inees declaration for constitutional prohibition Before the Bruce charge had been called to the attention of the republi can presidential nominee his secre tary George Akerson had denied it declaring that not only had Hoover never token a drink with Clarence Darrow as the Maryland senator averred but had not taken a single drink of intoxicating liquor since he became a constitutional executive of ficer of the United States and has nev er hail a drop of liquor eerved at his Darrow at his home in Chicago added his denial and It was indicated that the matter would rest there so far as Hoover headquarters are con cerned Detailed Information has been received at these headquarters of var bus unflercover attacks on Hoover Paving Stretch Completed OSAKIS Sept pletion of paving trunk highway No 3 between this city and Sauk Center be celebrated next Tuesday and Wednesday There will bo addresses sports dancing on the new pavement and music There is a tang In the air these cool mornings that tells us that Jack Frost Js soon to step In and decido this etocklngornostocklnff Ottumwa Courier NEW YORK Sept trailing tho Cardinals by one game John McGraw sent the star of his staff Larry Bcnton against the Reds in the second game of their series to day Ray Kolp was pitted against Benton The Giants started the fireworks In the first inning with a pair of home runs After Welsh had filed out ODoul drove a homer Into the right field stands and Ott followed with an other to the same region The Reds got back one run in the third when Ford singled Bressen walked after two putouts and Plpp drove Ford In from second with a single ODouls second successive homer put the Giants Into a 4 to 1 lead In the third ODoul found the range of tho right field stands Welsh hurt doubled again after CARDS LEADING IN 3rd INNING Gilbert went to third on Her sacrifice and scored when BROOKLYN Sept 24 Ing to hold their lead of a single game over the Giants the Cardinals called on the veteran Grover Cleveland Alex ander to pitch the second game of the series against the Robins today Wil bert Robinson fienetided on Jim Elliott to twirl Tho Robins scored a run In the first when Gilbert and Henddck beat out bunts mans Bressler forced Hcndrlck at St Louis took the lead with three runson as many hits in tho third Inning Alexander nnd Douthlt sin gled and High sent the pitcher home with a sacrifice fly A single by Frlsch drove In the second run and he scored on Bottomleys grounder after steal Ing third when he collided with Gooch at the plate and the Brooklyn catcher dropped the ball Gooch was badly shaken up in the collision and had to leave tho game The GlobeGazette Offers Booklet on Food for Children Wholesome food makes healthy children Simple wholesome food of the right kinds fed to chil dren In proper quantities and com binations will go farther than almost any other single factor in assuring them normal health and lurdy development The principles that should gov ern the choice of food for Children between three and 1ft years of age and specific suggestions for meals made up of such food are set forth in a booklet which the Washington information bureau of this paper has for distribution If you want a copy of this val uable offering fill out the attached coupon and Inclose 4 cents In coin or stamps for return postage and handling Frederic J Hnsliin Director Tie Mason City GlobeGazette information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 cents in coin or stumps for a copy of the booklet FOOD FOR YOUNG CHILDREN Street CHy State ing of the republican candidates1 that they should not be dignified iv a denial Hoover had no engagements for to day He planned to put in most of his Ume redrafting his Elizabethton ad dress befofa going to the Natlona Press club building in the early eve nlng to attend a dinner given by edi tors of business and trade papers Woman From Boston Found Dead in West Hacked Body Discov ered on Farm Out of Seattle SPOKANE Sept head hacked and battered with a hatchet Mrs Katherlne Clark 36 Boslon was found dead nt oothills 15 miles from Spokane 1ite The woman had been dragged some Istance to a spring blood stains dis closed A hatchet was found near the body County Prosecutor Greenough said he hnd learned that Mrs Clark who was divorced In 1925 at Watertown arrived In Spokane last Friday in response to correspondence concern Ing marriage She went to stay at the residence of Archls F Moock a mill worker who Is held for questioning Mpoclc was FEAR ATTACK ON Paper Believes Mexican Raid Directed Against U S Ambassador MEXICO CITT Sept 24 Universal today expressed the belief that an attack staged by 25 bandits on the village of Huitztlac midway between Mexico City and Cuernavaca was directed against Ihvlght Mor row American ambassador Mr Morrow who was spending the veekend at his new residence In Cuer navaca arrived In after the landits had been driven off and pro ceeded to Mexico city arriving there afcly The newspaper asserted that some no In Cuernavaca had warned the brigands by telephone oC Mr Mor ows departure by automobile and he coup failed because the outlaws ailed to tako Hultzllao before he ar Ived Tiie bandits In marching toward did not attempt to hold up ny passing automobiles appnrently eingbent on seizing the town The nen were disguised In the uniform of ederal soldiers and were tbot to have ntended to take tho village garrison y surprise The soldiers however pened fire upon tho when ley failed to recognize them and the utlaws fled to the mountains where brisk encounter ensued EDUCATORS TO Says Rogers NEW YORK Sept In Dmaha AJ relieved the farmers in Oklahoma near Claremore he bawled out the Baptist but In Denver ho reached his peak when ha told the truth about tho power trusts Its no novelty to hear the ver bally relieved and to repri mand a Protest ant Is nothing new for they do that to each oth er But when you hop on the power trust you are standing on Iho very arches of tho republican j party ROGERS I had a joke about tha power lobby in the and I got so many letters from power magnates saying there was no power lobby that It almost made me lose faith in rich men So sick em Al for everybody owning their own river WILL ROGERS Copyright 1928 Ir said to have driven the woman in the direction of Coeur DAlene Idaho Saturday to meet her intendea hus band the prosecutor said Greenough expressed the opinion that robbery was the motive for the killing SMITH APPEALS ZELLMER CASE Iowa Court to Decide Right to Have Name on Ballot DES MOINES Sept 24 of appeal to the Iowa supremo court in the action of C A Zellmcr demo crat Casa county who seeks a place on the election ballot as candidate for state representative was filed today by Attorney General John Fletcher on behalf of Secretary of State Ed M imfth Zellmer won his case in district court when Judge Lester L Thompson eld tbat a parly county convention may uomtrato a onmliilatc whose name had beon written in on tho pi1 mary election ballot but who failed f receive 30 per cent of the vote trust for governor by lifs parly in the pre ceding general election Announce Transfer of Priest at Sioux City SIOUX CITT Sept 24 fer of the M Ivls assistant rector of the Cathedral of Epiphany here to taka charge of the parish at Coon Rapids In Carroll county was innounced yesterday by the Rev M T OConnell chancellor of the Sioux City diocese Father Ivis a graduate of Columbia college has been assistant rector at the cathedral since July 1927 He will be succeeded by the Rev Joseph Fitzpatrlck Mobrehead to Hear Noted Speakers During Convention MOORHEAD Sept 14 Leading educators of Minnesota and other states are on the program of tlie Western Minnesota Education associa tions annual meeting at East Grand Forks Oct 4 and 5 Miss Katherlne ard of Moorhead secretarytreas urer of the organization announced last night Dr L H Tryon of Chicago univer sity a history authority arid M G dark superintendent of schools nt Sioux City are amonrj the several speakers on the two day program Minnesota educators who will ad dress the meeting includo Miss Eliza beth Hall of Minneapolis who Is to tllscuss the teaching of citizenship and reading in the lower grades Ross 1oiing principal of the John Marshall high school Minneapolis A F Ben son principal of the Jordan Junior high school Minneapolis Miss Anna Swcnson of the state department of education Miss Imrrict AVood of the library department Mrs Cora Zabrljpn of Afclntosh Dr Julius Boraas of St Olnf collegs nnd the Rev Dr Noble S Elderkln of Dulutb Special musical programs have been lanned for all general sessions Boys Slayer in Honolulu Hopes to Die Young Japanese Con fesses Kidnaping HONOLtTLTT Sept Z4 stiz dlous young Japanese Miles Tutaka Fukunagn who has confessed tha kidnaping and murder of Gil Jauileson and who avowedly wish es to die for his crime was under heavy guard in his jail cell here to day us awaited the legal proceed ings by which he expects to be put to death Pukunaga who Is 19 years old and who was graduated from high sohool here at tho head of his class con fessed Saturday night after officers had traced him by means of Identified 55 bills paid to tho kidnaper by Fred erick W Jamleson banker father of theslain boy Fukunaga said be would plead guil ty to a murder charge A grand Jury was ordered to meet today to consid er the case and It was expected that in Indictment would be forthcoming it once Tho young kidnaper revealed that he had studied the crimes of Leopold Loeb Chicago thrill and of William Edward Hlckman kill er of Marian Parker of Los Angeles Tho Tamieson kidnaping and slaying resembled tlio Los Angeles case In many respects ormer Iowa Flyer Dies in Montana Crash MILES CITT Sept Nickles of Billings and former y at Carroll and Robert Mocrc f Wolfpolnt pilots were killed here when their monocoupe a lane participating in the dedication f the local airport Nickels vas flying tho plane when tho ard ent occurred Mrs Willebrandt Denies Religion Prompted Talk T GRAIN Ohio Sept 24 de J1 nlal that religious motives under lay her recent appeal to the Ohio con ferenco of the Methodist Episcopal church to oppose the election of Gov ernor Smith was embodied in nil ad dress last night by Mrs Mabel Walker Willebrandt Later dispatches from Chicago said that five pages of publicity containing a portion of Mrs Willebrandts speech hnd been recalled by western republi can headquarters after distribution to newspapers No explanation wns given beyond a statement that a mis take had bren Muling Second Clmrsr In reply to criticism voiced by Smith In his Oklahoma City speech Mrs Willebrandt in htr address as gtvtn to the press mnrte a counter charge that Smith had become tho greatest force for disregard of the prohibition laws In America and as such drew her The address was for delivery before the Northeast Ohio conference of the Methodist Episcopal church Two re solutions indorsing Herbert Hoover were submitted for nctlon at the con ferrrnci today Religion has nothing to do with Mrs Willchrandt n tho prepare cops of hflr address Wo condemn TURN TO PAGE 2 COL I MURPHY IS TO ADDRESS LEAGUE New Organization Perfected to Help Psduce Iowa G 0 P Win DES MOINES Sept 24 Murnhy of Wheaton chairman of tho legislative board of the Corn Belt committee will deliver tho key note nd7ress at the first state conven tion of the Agricultural Equality Vot ers league here Sept 27 It was an nounced today by Col W Alns worth manager of tho Icnffue Tho organization recently created Is made up largely of republican bolters from the party national ticket principally because of the re spective party stands on agricultural relief Colonel AInsworth said One of the alms of the league the manager is expressed In Its slogan Help Reduce tho Kepubllcan Majority in 1 I Mycrley former mnyor of Desi Molnes Is league chairman Thomas r Bray Oskuloosn attorney lirelong republican Is slated to present n de clnrniion oC principles for the adoption by the convention Former Slate Scn nlor J II Allen league trenstirer will speak the program announced New York Region Gets First Snowfall JAMKHTOWN N Kept 24 Slumfell for a brief period this morn Ing In the region The temperature waa 30 TEAPOT DOME IS NEXT ON SMITHS CAMPAIGN LIST Governor Expected to Speak on Party Re Ry D HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Writer pOVERNOR SMITHS TRAIN EN VJ ROUTE TO HELENA Sept satisfied with his first weeks work as a presidential cam paigner Governor Smith came Into Montana today to take another shot at his republican the subject of party responsibility The oil scandals will be an allied target Leaving behind speeches oil farm re lef intolteranco and whispering and water power In Nebraska Oklahoma xnil Colorado the democratic preslden lal nominee after a day and night ride thru northern Colorado and Wy oming was headed across the wide open spaces for the heart of Montana vhero tonight at Helena ho will open ils second weeks stumping tour o ho middle and far west Vhlt Montana Fair was due In the capltol at mountain time Hlg speech to be delivered In the Shrine temple was completed last night after his special train left Cas or Wyo A big crowd la expected to urn out for tho address as thousanfls iro In Helena attending the state fair nnd many of theso are looked upon to swell the audience Smith iatr mmefllately after his arrival On the platform in Helena tonight will bo Senator Thomas J Walsh pro ecutor of the oil Investigations In Washington who will Introduce the nominee and Senator Burton K Wheeler who was a driving fores In lio inquiry Into the administration of General Harry M DaUKh rty to Win Montana Members of tho Smith party had liido no secret of the fact that they G A R COMMANDER Reese of Broken Bow Is the now comniiinrterIn chief of ho Grand Army of tjio Republic Ho was elected at tho national encampment In Denver IN FIRE OTHERS SERIOUSLY HURT Theater Patrons Die In I Mad Rush to Reach olleved tho governors speech tonight io one of the strongest and most barply wordeil of his campaign The omince himself hnd stated he speak plainly and frankly on he subject of Teapot Domo and again lock horns with Herbert Hoover n tho subject of party obligations Montana will ho the farthest west ovcrnor Smith will travel duringthe ampalgn His managers making determined effort to win the stato Fiery Cross Burned BILLINGS Sent 24 n the eve of tho arrival ln Billings day of Gov Alfred E Smith dcmo ratlc presidential nominee n fiery ross burned for almost an hour lortly after S oclock last night nt point on tho rim of roclt just north the business district It wns vinable from every port of o city IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy Monday night cooler except In north central por Ifon Ifght to heavy frosts Tues day mostly cooler LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a in Monday Highest Sunday 51 Lowest In NIBht S4 Decreed At 8 A M Monday 43 Degrees For like period ending at 8 oclock n m Sunday Highest Saturday Bfi Lowest in Night K Decrees Weather records for 1028 will con tain tho information that the first kill ing frost of the autumn arrived on the niffht of Sept 22 Such Is the fac With a temperature Saturday night o 12 degrees there wns a while frost tha withered most types of vegetation Again Sunday nhjht wllh a minlmun temperature 2 higher there was frost Practically all of Nortl Iowas corn Is pnst all danger of frost or evon freezing BULLETIN LONDON Sept flh patch from Madrid says that 85 Ironies hnd been recovered tills morninc from rutns of tha Noveiindes theater In Madrid In nil SCO persons were taltcn hospitals many of them Injured 1UADHID Sept 11 mately 120 persona were officially estimated today to havo perished when they trapped in tho Novenadea theater which caught fire during a crowded Sunday evening performance Tho Injured wcra estimated at more 150 figures havo not beon established because denso smoke com ing from tho smouldering ruins pre vented tho authorities from learning how many bodies were yet to be ex tricated Most of the victims were not burned but were cither suffocated or crushed during tho stampede for tho exits Bodies were being taken from some sections of tho ruins this morning and soldlors with fixed bayonets kept back n largo crowd of anguished persons wlio clamored for news of relatives and friends A ifnmlly in Chambroy R suburb re ported 18 members missing but It was lielieved thru they might have tho night with friends Doctors worked all night In hospitals and dress DISEASE SPREAD CAUSING WORRY THRUOUTISLAND Rain Increases Diffi culties in Restor ation MIAMI Sept 14 News West Palm Beach pondent today said that Howard W Selby chairman of the Palm Beach county Bed Cross had announced that a total of dead has been revealed by surveys of hurrlcano casualties from other officlala that tho loss life will found M exceed It was said altho exact number never will be known Dr E D Clawson city health offfc cer in charge of medical relief was quoted by tho correspondent saying he hnrt burial records of than peraons and did not that tha total loss of life was betwwm and The Red Cross genco department said 800 bodies been brot to West Palm Beach disposed or fll tho Lake OkoechoW SAN JUAN Porto Hlco case authorities and th Hed an epidemic of influenza caused re concern in Porto Rico today thousand cases of malaria measles and other diseases hav alo followed tropical hurricane Physician announced that no town wthout an InoreMinu numb6r of Rn It mm if Help Sent From N V units With With n r numerous nly tsmporary shelter It np of th people ferrf unload which h blankets and beds A train waa loaded with lumber and ready to proceed inland opcntnc up the railroad for the first tlmo since tin disaster At a maetlngf of of 75 of tho island 77 towns homeless were reported from 38 of the towns Henry M nation al dlaster relief director of Hen Cross said that tho total probablv doubla this bocaus of fallurs o notices to reach eomo towns and th Inability of mnny doctors and chapter heads to travel to San Juan Ing stations The blaze started during a storm scene on stage Tho theater which Is of tha largest In Madrid held persons and It was crowded to capacity for a Mejor del of La Electrical sparks Ignited tha ropes of part of the scenery and the names spread rapidly to other parts of the siege Betting As the curtains In front burst Into TURN TO PACE 2 COL 1 Rift Announced in Marital Relations of Lila Lee and Husband Islands Need Help Mr Bnker announced that reporting gave 210 dead and Injured Tlie representative wlille requestingadditional siippllpx reiterated that relief work waa pro grassing efficiently Two steamships on their to ana Mayaauei with relief supplies donated by psople of Dominican republic to dlatrlbuted thru thu Red Cross Mr Baker who returnml from trip to tho Virgin slundt ald thM person n St Crolx help Imprwod hi WEST PALM BEACH need crowded AUNT HET By Eobcrt Quillen ANGELES Sept 24 Lila Lee and James Klrkwood players on the singe and screen have come to a parting of tlie marital wnyn and her desire to continue her film career IIHS Ktven by Miss Lee causo of Hie rift After weeks of denying reports of domestic differences tho couple mudo 1 weekend nnnouncement that a scp nrnllon which the Hollywood film polony had regarded is temporary would IKmade pernifinent Miss Leo ilcclnrri It was the of her con viction I hat no actress could bo a suc rass both in makiiiB a homo nnd hulld 1ns a career She said shecould not Jtive up her wort na nn actress which hnd boon stnrtcd at the age of 9 Sinoo their marrliiffti five years ago Kirkwood nnd Miss Loo were regarded ns one of filmfloms Ideal couples dc splte ho rtifforonro In their UROH At Iho time nf wcrldlng Miss Leo was Iff anrt KirkwooU moro than twice hat age Some days I feel so mean Id give almost anything to have somethin happen that I could get mad   

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