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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                Mo a T n i o DAILY NEWSPAPER MOMC VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COlV AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 304 SMITH WILL PLEAD FOR FARM VOTE AGAIN t led At OH c roc niin G G 0 P NOMINEE SHOWS NO FEAR OF WESTS VOTE Hoover Confidence Un shaken in Farm Belt Result By JAMES l WEST Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Sept 27 some pessimistic reports have come to Herbert Hoover ahout the present situation IB the wheat belt where tlic McNaryHau Ken plan of farm relief has hart strong support there were no Indications to day of deep concern at the general headquarters ot the republican presi dential candidate The break In wheat prices came before Hoover visited Cedar Rapids a month ago and was one of the sub ject matters ot the conferences which he hart there with leaders from thru out the wheat belt Confidence Unshaken He left those conferences fairly well satisfied with the outlook tor him in that section and the hulk ot reports received since that time has not served to lessen his At the start ot tho campaign the northwestern section was one that caused some republican leaders anxi ety but since that time militant or ganizations have gone into operation and a concerted campaign has been waged Hoover already has dealt with I the farm relief problem In two f speeches and it likely that he will viru2 more to say on tnat subject after I the conclusion of his eastern cam paign The route he is to follow on his otirnej honjward the last ot neit onth has Jtf xtp be chosen haa G O P Denies Heir Deri Hoover Fixed Prices BIG CHIEF CURTIS HOBNOBS WITH DAKOTA INDIANS RECORD PROVES FRIENDSHIP FOR FARMERS CLAIM Candidate Helped to In sure Fairness Says Statement BASEBALL SCORES First Game D 01 D Tigers Q ID Q Second Game Yankees Cubs Giants Senator Cliaiies Curtis Kansas republican vice presidential candidate and Senator YV II MeMastcr South Dakota are snapped wltli Crow Eagle Big Horn Leading CHarsc and Simtted Tail chiefs jrlio welcomed he candidate to the Rosebud Indian ralebralloii at Rosebud S Dak AGEOLD FEUD helt He will make several addresses on the way and it well may be that he will wind up the campaign with a fur ther discussion ot what has been one ot the big Issues Turns to East Smith For the present the republican nom Inee is giving his attention largely to yV 0111311 Ihc east and the south where he will make at least threo major speeches and a number ot others during the next month He now has completed the fourth important paper of his cam text of tho address he Is lo deliver In Dixie next month The text of this address was sent to the printer last night and Hoover had tct aside much ot today for correction or the proof a matter he personally attends to since he makes frequent changes In the text after he has viewed the product in cold type Hoover Only Chance for COUNCIL BLUFFS Sept 27 Comparing the attitudes ot Herbert Hoover and Gov Al Smith on water ways development former Gov W L Harding of Iowa In an address here last night declared that election of the republican candidate Is the onlj chance for development ot the inlant IDAHO SHOOTING Husband Wounded in New OutBreak John Coolidge Is Unhurt When Auto Tailor Youtli Drowned TABOK Sept 27 Hop kins 19 wag drowned in a cistern at hlM homohere The GlobeGazette Offers Readers Book on Well Balanced Diets Are vou serving wellbalanced meals The problems of food selec tion oten cause the conscientious housewife a good deal of worry Adequacy wholesomeness attract iveness and cost must all be con sidered The government booklet entitled Good Proportions in the Diet covers thoroly every detail of food selection It tells what kinds of food are needed gives the propor tions and amounts of food required for wellbalanced meals ISvery woman who Is responsible for the meals of a household should have a copy of this booklet Send for yours today Fill out nnd mail the coupon below Inclosing 4 cents In coin or stomps for return post age and handling WIN PA Idaho Sept ST A three family feud over owner ship of a born so many vears ago that the original cause has jeen almost to a tragic climaxyesterday when W O Tharp a 45 year old dairyman went over to Charley Bowcns house gunning Mrs Boiven was shot and killed in her own front yard Her husband was seriously Injured when he grappled with Thnrp police said During the handtohand fight between the two men Waleta 14 year old daughter ot the Bowens picked up the weapon with which her mother had been shot clown and struck Tharp over the head With Bowenl helplessly wounded Tharp sped toward the Harry Rese home the third family involved m feud There Mrs Rose armed poured the hargo of a shotgun into the Tharp car Tharp was uninjured and short ly afterward arrested The Immediate cause of shoot Ing police Investigation showed re volved about the children of the Rofo and Bowen families who were at tacked by Tharp and his two sons 12 and 14 years old and fled toward the Bowen rjme the Tharps pursuing Sept 27 ff persons were Injured this morning Jn a collision of automobiles one driven by Gov John H Trvmv bulls and having John Coolidge President Cool idge as a passenger and the other driven by Wilfred Veno who had bis mother Mrs Mary Veno with him The Venos are In the hospital Mrs Veno with lacerations on the face and bruises on the body and her aon with a possible skull fracture Coolidge nnd the chauffeur were un hurt QUARTET POURS HOSIERY MAKER 3 TEACHERS IN TURKEY FINED Old Charge of Fostering Re ligious Uprising Revived CONSTANTINOPLE Sept 27 Three American teachers charged with disseminating religious propa ganda today were again sentenced to three days imprisonment and a tino of three livas about when the cnse against them was retired Tho tenchcrs Miss Jennie lilson iirector the American School at Broussa Miss Edith Sanderson of Berkeley and Miss Lucile Day were sentenced by Judge Nizamed dine whose former Identical verdict had been set aside by the court of ap peals Frederic J Ilaskln Director The Mason City GlobeGiuette Inforniatiln Rurean Washington D C I inclose herewith 4 cents in coin or stamps lor n copy of tnc booklet GOOD PROPORTIONS IN THE Name State Kenosha Man Is Taken From Car by Four Kidnapers KENOSHA Sept 2T ered by hot tar poured on him by kidnapers Harold Hendrickson Allen A company employe was re turned to bis home early this morning He was taken there by friends tn whose home he had wanderedatter be ing left bound on a highway Heudrlckson said he released him self from his bonds after a struggle He was taken from an automobile in which he was riding with his sis ters Olga and Marie last night on a highway six miles west ot Kenosha by four masked men At the point of a gun he was or dered into the kidnapers car after a struggle in which Marie was struck over Ihc head by a buttof a pistol Today be gave police clews which arc expected to lead tn the arrest oC his abduclors A nmnhor of employes of the Allen A company have heen on strike WASHINGTON Sept 27 A orous denial that Herbert Hoover ar time food administrator fixed aximum prices tor farm products as contained in a pamphlet Issued i ere by the republican national com mittee Such charges were declared o have been willfully or Ignorantly made Further it was asserted that Aov rs record reveals a consistent for the and that did his utmost to protect and se ure fair and generous dealing to the wheat growers hog producers and ther farmers of the country for their var time The committee declared that with he allied1 governments preparing to use their concentrated buying power o fix wheat prices at to per bushel and the government price or the 1I1S crop already set at per bushel by congress President Wil son appointed a committee to look further into the situation and that this body at n meeting which Hoover dtd not attend arrived at per bushel as a fair return to the farmer To substantiate this President Wil son was quoted as saying n a state ment issued i committee tor the basic grade will be adhered to by the food administnillo Mr Iiuover at his express wish has taken no part in the deliberations of the committee on whose recommenda tion I determined the governments fair price nor has lie in any way in timated an opinion that Hoovers record It was declared reveals him as a clone student agriculture anrt a true friend or farmers of the TARIFF LIKELY SUBJECT IN HIS Twin Cities Turn Out to Give Nominee Welcome Chicago Cubs N Y Cardinals Chicago u GIANTS SLIP AS CUBS TRIUMPH NKW YORK Sept 27 nfficmls rush til to National league headquarters after defeat by the Cubs 3 to 2 in the first gnmo of a double lieader here today wHU a protest haficil on Impire Kelms ruling that Reese was out nt the Itlale in lie sixth Iniiinc after a Iun lip id L norn CARDINALS TRIM BRAVES 8 TO 3 By HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Writer MINNEAPOLIS Sept IT TwinCities o Minnesota opened their doom to Governor Smith today Minneapolis roaring out ths first wel come when the democratic presiden tial nominees special train pulled His station at a m St Paul whero tho governor will make his fifth speech of ths fampaipa tonight ivas to Bet its first ot the New Yorker later In tho day having arranged a reception and par ade and decorated streets In all 26 miles ot parade heen laid out In the two cltiex across tho Mississippi river which aratea them and thousands of solans werfli waiting In this for of IOWA ASKED TO HELPJFLORIDA Utterback Urges Immediate Funds to Send to Storm Stricken State SOFT JOB OF LOEBIS ENDED Manual Labor Prescribed for j CoSlayer of Bobby Franks CHICAGO Sept 27 who with Nathan Leopold Is serving a life sentence for tne thrill murder of Robbie Franks lias lost his soft job nt the Toilet peni tentiary Loeb has been serving as secretary to an assistant warden Today he found himself assigned to manual la bor in the yards The order also re moved him from his private cell and placed him in tho cell block with oth I er Early this week Hlnton C Cla baiigh chairman of the state pardon board said that thru an error in com mitment papers both Loeb and Leo pold would be eligible to apply for a parole within six years Clabaugh alluded tn and Leo Told the pirmpered pets of Toilet and said they were building up rin records for presentation In the par dous board when the lime came Will Rogers NEW YORK Sept lody you see ia nutty figuring out mathematical possibilities It Smith can carry New York Massachu and hold the Cubs heavy hit tcrs and McGraw wins a doublo header today can carry Nt w Jersey and the St Louis Cards tho solid south and CuiLIs swings the Cleve land Indians voto nnd the Athletics get all tho far mers why that will mean that Hoover and Ilul inson will linve to win evovy lection committee dont know who will play the Argentines while the Yanks are taking New Knfilan and holding the border slates run less and stopping all tho whispering why then It looks like Mrs brandt wont be In the same len next season Yours for statistics VILL Copyright IOWA FORECAST Fair Thursday nnd prob ably Friday slljrhtly cooler Thurs day night in extreme southeast portion lieavy to locally Uillinc frosts Thursday nielil slightly warmer Friday afternoon LOCAL STATISTICS DES MOIJSKS Sept 27 I urgent appeal to all lied Cross chap ters 111 Iowa to rush tho forwarding of funds for Florida disaster relief ork was Issued here today by Judge InbDrt chairman of the own council of Red Cross chapters ollowlng thft iTpnrt of another cmcr ency nail from the tlisnstcr area Thousands of ilcstituto people in ic disaster region are depending holly on tho Red Cross for food lothlng shelter and medical atten on and every days delay In tho com jletion of our quotas for this relief vork renders the situation more diffi Judge Utterbnck states in his tatewide appeal Every chapter in tho state is irged to complete Its quota as early his week as possible and to forwortj he funds directly to tho tornado area Ths entire nation Is looking to the Red Cross to relieve the suffering am lousa the homeless In this great dis aster nnd we must not Judge Utterl ack declared Gloherinzclle weather figures fo 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock m Thursday Illclnst Wednesday 5 Degrees Lowest in Nljjlit 32 Degrees At 8 A M Thursday 44 Decrees Ono would bo Inclined to believe a tcr glancing at the weather figure for the past week that there wn something in the O lobeGazettes mln mum thermometer that obstructs the passage of the index at 32 degrees For on Tour out of the past five nights lluit has been the minimum tempera ture Fivo successive nights of frost and with the wind out of the north west Thursday morning It looked much like another one today to avenge himself by dealing Giants pennant hopes a staggering blow Lll Art pitched the Cubs to a 3 to 2 victory In the first game of a double header There was no threat In the fliflt round but the Uiants picked up onn tin second on Lindtitvoms anil Ilagans single Jot Two in Tbifil Tho Cubs mine bnck with R pair in the by Hartnelt anil Beck and i pass o Nchr filled the liases anil llarlnctt dashed home as English forced Xuhf Terry dropped Jacksons relay to first when the shortstop attemptedto double Kng lisli and Beclc also scored The Giants trot nothing in the third v j Hack Wilsons triple to rlslit cen ter and Ltcpbcnsons single thru the box increased lie Cub lead to to 1 in the Fourth nnrt the Giants again went scoreless The Cubs got nothing In the fifth but the Giants increased their total to two on a pass to Jackson and Cohens auble Wilsons single with one gone In the ixth was wasted when Slepiienson ito a double play Reese singled o open the Giant half and raced to bird on Manns double but Llnd slroni ioulod lo and neese wss cm ilnivn at thn plate on MoganM tup luekson forced BULLETIN BOSTON Sept 27 St Louis Cards touk R firmer hold on the National league pennant when they bowled over ho Boston Knives 8 to 3 here today wliile the Cubs downed the Giants In the first game 3 to 2 The lust three innings were scoreless BOSTON Sept 27 went lead their final series toBoston this season The Cardinals routed Ed Brardt with a shower of six runs in the firfit Inning and Cooney came to the rescue The Cardinals routed Kd Brandt with only one out Passes to Dout hit and Bottomley and single filled the bases with one gone douMn and Holms single sent three runs across the plate and brot Cooney lo tho box Hufey scored on Wilsons out ami Maranvlle walked Both he and Holm scored on JIalnes double to left Tin Braves came tack with one In their part of the first on singles by Richboure and Hlsler and a sacrifice fly by Hornsby The Cards failed to score In the second but Boston got two more on singles by Boll Cooney nd Rlchhour mixed with a pass In aylor The Cards got two more runs In ha fifth when Bottomley drew a pass inrt Hnfey and Holm followed with ingles Holms bit ilrovo in Bottomlcy ind Hnfey scored when Taylor Int rUchbnurgs throw go thru him tn the dugout AL SMITH ON THE AIR Among tho stations which will broadcast Governor Smithfi 6t Paul speech between 9 and 30 oclock tonight aa announced by tha radio bureau of tho democratic committee are AVHO Deg Molnes WOW Omaha WOC Daven port WKAF New York WON anrt WLIB Cutcngo WCCO Minneapolis A total aro included in the hookup of 31 nUjJiDlis jhlne iriiiH their first sight of ivfibed ng a crf democratic special nnd af YANKS MOVE UP Prohibition Officers Blamed for Shooting Ohio Sept 27 Miss Betty Heywood 22 of Klyrin Is In a serious condition in a hospital here from a bullet wound alleged to hsivc been received when prohibition offi cers working untler the direction of Mayor J C Standen fireri on a car in which she was riding early today at South Lorain The prohibition officers alleged to have done tho shooting are in jail Report Chinese Killed in Civil Wars PEKING Kept 27 Morn than ChllillShantung sol diers have been killed opposing the nationalists norlhcaKt of Tientsin says tho Knsmin news service report ing the surrender of the last remnants of Ihe former northern army General Inl ChnngHsi commander in chief of the nationalist forces in Ihe Kuchslehwang region has an nounced the completion of operations DETROIT Sept 27 Yan kees moved one game nearer the pen nant when lIoyt shaded Owen Carroll by 4 to S In a pitchers duel as tho first half of todays double headei between the champlonH and tho Tigers The Yanks now need only two vie lories to make tho flag a certainty Babe hit bis Olst home run of the sea son in the first Inninff of the opening game oJT a doublo header between th Yankees nnd the Tigers here today Owen Carroll was pitching for th home team and Ihc bases were empty The Tigers evened the count In the half ot the opening atanza Faced by a possibility however re mote ot clinching tho America League pennant today the Yankee had Walte Hoyt on tho mound in tl first game Owen Carroll pitched fo Detroit Two victories for the Yan kees today and a defeat for the At letles In Chicago would settle tl race Tlio Tigers scored on Gchringners double and single Meuscl nnd Lozzert walked to start thn Yankees second but Carroll pulled nut unscathed and the Tigers failed to threaien In their hnlf A pass to Combs Koonlgs single NKW YORK Sept 27 infield out anil Gehrlss sacri ng tn remain In a contending lice fly to Stone gave the Yankees one lion lite Giants sent Joe Genewleh j n Ihe third Nothing In Seventh The seventh also was noorcless Cumniings batting for Hunbell In that stanza entered the box for the Glunts in the eighth Scott escaped damage In tho eighth but so did Neltf Welsh and the Chi cago pitcher seemed on the point of blows after Ntlif had sprawled on his laco over first base to retire Welsh on a throw from GiImm The pitcher ac cused the Giant outfielder of tripping bim but trouble was averted Tho Cubs filled the bases with one ono in the ninth on singles by Grimm Reck nnd Xebf but English forced Grimm at the plate and Ma Gtilre filed to Reese The Giants were unable to score In their final time nt bat The route for lhO lay from the station to tha NIcollet hotel where the first ot a series of cepttonH and a press conference were to be held Then the parade route lay thru the principal downtown streets to the south side residential section of Minneapolis After a luncheon and reception for thewomen members of tbo party nt tho Leamington hotel the procession again to form cut across the riv etto St Paul and thru its principal thorofares to the Lowvy hotel where the party will make its headquarters Governor Smith hail completed lraft ot his speech tor tonight before aching Minneapolis He Is expected talk on agriculture the tariff in nd waterways and other topics of special Interest to this and other orlhwestern states which will bo cached thru a nationwide radio nr inRement Wonilng brown derby No I omineo was given a big ovation at 10 Great Northern depot and along Ho way to where thoua nrts lammed the streets and cheered Scores shouted a welcome from thfl otel windows while the root ot tha all structure was rimmed by another rowd that unloosed a paper enow torm on the party Many broko thru police Unas at tolel entrance where tho governor tonil in bis car a few moments njs his brown derby to the multitude he literally was i inled on tlm wave of people to the lobby and ele vator to the suite reserved for him HOGAN GETS HOMER GETS GOOD REPORTS GOVERNOR SMITHS TRAIN BN ROUTE TO MINNEAPOLIS SepL 27 encouraging on the presidential political outlook In North Dakota Governor Smith to day entered the grain belt Mlnne TtRN TO PAGE 20 COLUMN 8 Detroit In the i home half Rollins Win tn 10 Innings BROOKLYN Sept 27 Giants sent Joe iigainst the Cubs in the second game of the dnuhlebearter at the Iolo grounds today Charlie Root pitched Tho first Inning was scoreless for closed Burleich firimes season each side altho ODonl singled in the with n defeat by nosing out tho Giants half I Iiiatcs 7 lo In HI innings here to The home team jumped away to a jiiay in the first game of a double of nnc In the second on llognns i header home run wlilcli smashed against the facade of the upper left field sliiuil The former Giant his season with i and ended victories and 11 Hock opened the Chleagn third with j reverses a single but got no help The Gtams went out In order Cuyler started lite Chicago frnrib with a doubleand ad vanced on Wilsons sacrifice fly but Ptephensor and Grimm failed The Giants got one In the fourth on LInristrums single Magiilics in Terry Jacksons and lrtins sacrifice fly and 112 000 020 13 1 000 003 030 11 Margrave Petty ant Brooklyn iriines You cant split Ihe Solid South while hoherH threaten l cut Ihe Kixznrt nit of anybody wlm nils them rrmil lie Stole Jntirnul AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I reckon Im worldly minded but it takes a mighty good sermon to up lift me much if Im the only woman there that aint got on a new   

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