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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1928, Mason City, Iowa DAI ur NEWSPAPER an hl of y NOMINEE fesacWett Likely Admits NO LEADERSHIP i f AMES Zj WEST Heart concerning the rer j 1 H Ooji PERFECTLEAGUE TO HELPSMITH lowans in Interest of A T what part to Aid Democrats MOINES Sept 1 2 3 4 5 6 Admits NO LEADERSHIP Suspect Being Questioned as nfch Member of Attackers Last Address on Tour of West Set for ilwaukee OJBS AHEAD ONE SCORE BY FIFTH W YORK Sept 28 ide found ptentv nr in V past Sent actively pUfr Ialgn Jn whteh M P ns In tunes wcren Batters and n fept 28 John IHeydlcr ot National League refused today to lodged by tho on first came of ill the Gil eaer win the which Chicago won T e tei u his own neftts that might flow tothe y a continuationof republl ffen Youngsters Are Being Held on Farm State Attorney Says 8 that rianieri was imprisoned IT brandt shown with candidate Mrs quarters at Chicago where she Wesfern Good is an rowan lomcried with repubUcan leaders Mr amuel ioffman assistant the to that the Hanieri boy Iweek aeo told of 10 other chldren w th8 S Fear Held for Missing Yank Engineer in Mexico BRITISH HEIR REJCHESSFIO Prince of Wales and His Brother Begin Good WillTour The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Fitting Dresses t st visit to Africa and on the tour hunC bTV6 h3 fivst at untlns biggame tlle harbor werc at 1C nil1 M h6 ahfp at Kilindmi ncrosso a brldce from to Breet the Previous to the docking of the ves r E 12 ROBBERS GET HAUL Kidnap Negro Porter hi Chi cago and Escape With Cash ln em ready bu a this correc for 4 i Frederic J Haskln Director I City GlobeGazette iforniation azctte I Washington D C I I inclose herewith 4 cents in coin or for a copy or the booklet FITTING DRESSES uowa v u Vermont are republican h had sent a wireless message of welcome The prince replied at the RAHWAY N j Sept 8 Twelve robbers today kidnaper a Ne Tro porter carrying three pouches of entered mail containing caali ng in estimates from to 00 and escaped while a policeman station to the postoffice Toseph Van dine of orter six hours later was f andcuffed to a tree n thewooaTa Cliff about 23 CLAIMS SMITH LOSriN WEST Publisher Believes Nominee Didnt Help Cause in Colorado nrniTbi behind tho leadms one Cardinal Benton for rmr runs in the second inning when Grimm singled but was forced at the thirf ianta got back one of the es in their half stnglKa Benton followed iy Hvcl SCORE IN SIXTH D u ln the Snsrle en YANKS USE PIPGRAS that Governor had Smlths is The republican V J Kohler republican Party has a Wa mine IRVIMTONMAN MEETS DEATH Wijliam Spurgeon Killed When Horses Run Away in Field Sept Jnrn ABBlnsl Wet Candidates 2S IB MrthortLst crtgccl today to hTT iefPr wot t the November election rmalce a poorer jecb than Some man politi ician but after at tending both con ventions and various dinners public af fairs i have found that any politi cian can make a poorer political speech than a man anytime they try dont know why it is but It Just looks like the wrong women are In polfHcs for I have heard other women on other make briHiant speeches I believe tholr cause would get further if they would Jun vote and rot try to explain publtoy YOUTH 1 I dont ibink Hopyricht IBZf hPhvJ being perfected behalf of the republican ticket tlons as effectively as expected h lOWAlOCJALISTS ADD CANDIDATE G H Gerlach to Run for Congress in Ninth District DES MOINES Sept 28 Wrowft oclalists havo aded the name ot 6 H Gerlach of Grlswold to the ns the party candidate for con 3 He will so charles E Swanson republl and William J democrat cajidldato added lo oday was Adoph Bernlch of for representative Cedar coun Bandits Loot Jackson Bank of JACKSON Mlnn s t DETROIT Sept 28 clmnce to clinch the pennant by winning todays nie1Atheffera reffartlless of v called on Oeorgo Ttpgrna toVtchThe I Clft I im 1 y a ISfltLO IN GRAFT CASE Minister Collected Sums on Claim He Would Build Church DAVENPORT Earl Combs was out of tho lineup for the rest of the yenr wlth a frac CedrWlJSt yesterday center field DATElFHOOVER Change in Time of Address Necessitated by Small Hall Quaker jollKi Sept claiming cr of the Friends helleved to be r ii nnn i sran5 Jury J bond on a charge Of ob talnfng money under false pretenses Hogers was arrested becnusn complaints reaching the chamber of commerce that he was collecting buSlncas WaS l Quaker Agricultural colony near the to WEl0 WELLS Sept Ber WASHINGTON sept ss jt Hoover will speak in City on Oct 13 instead of by con wanes W Wime f Spirit Lake as candidate for IOWA FORECAST Fttlay night Mostly unsettled In club of the limited eating cap The rally will b Union Le A notebook found in his p ontalned tho signatures o 100 Protests Are Filed in WOCs Behalf Into his republican Governor Smith toid a leaderahlp at ininRton and had bepn for the last m and yeara As a result assorted platform aratlona on farm relief and Inland waterways have amounted to nothing more than glowing Hits Nnll on Head On the other hand he declared tin democratic platform hits tha nail quarcly on the head on these aub eots and it Is from this party that enl relief must comp The nominee charged Into Chairman Iork of tlia iopublican national com mlltw Secretary Tardlno and Sena nr republican North Dakota on 10 farm relief score and quoted R tatement by Senator Norris republl in Nebraska after his Omaha arm speech as furnishing his best o from criticisms of that ad dress Tackling this question first declaring that leadership at Washington had led such western senator as Shlpatencl farmerIaborer Mlnnesoln and tho late Senator Follclte to bolt the republican party Governor Smith repeated that stood for thn principle embodied In the McNaryIIaupren bill for handling surplus crops Then he tackled Doctor He referred to him as The and aald did not know whether LOCAL STATISTICS at for 24 o Marlon ve from Linn county fi3 rep ostponed Meeting at U Be Held Friday Night of fl r cn ends of Upper Iowa university la to nt 1 Of tho 3ch001 nn T AVltl10 support Of hO IPPor conference of the X etho Higlicst Tlmrsday It TA w At 8 A M Friday 44 neffrccs I thermometer In r J nt leiree3 of t Ule Cflse pa mu vC US fVe il paimuiiy iesrec nllthUi with a range of only 2 dSrres minimum temperature i some record ot uniformity John Coolidge Is Blamed by Police for Auto Accident TohT ConnSept 2 Govfrro0John lrTrum with a 1 hockey nlnycr in this city yes morning according to the e ort ot honccWent the fifth struck vehicle No In VChic1n Kn J Tf you luilld a fl buy lie mat I tin a beaten t nmwa mouK rrmllt 1 rto nnrlcr AUNT HET By Robert Qnillen They wanted me to sing n the choir for Toms fu neral but I dont like to sing vith folks watchin me since my upper plate got loose or for the republican presl dential nominee when in on the Omaha speech he said th had Prlnclpl he says he finds in the McNary n bill but which is not the on over which th battle has been rrortt tor tha last four th6 with the Smith asked Ill tell you doctor Is unable to distinguish between the prlnclplo and machlnetv for maklnsr the principle operate PUt on t0 by Mr lardln good prico for wheat nnd potatoes A good price for Smith CT ThC Is doing nn and Mack stuff A The nominee took a rap at Nye for TIRN TO PAGE 10 COLUMN 5 Secretary Davis to Take Stump for Hoover WASHINGTON Sept R aVl l10 i Coolldgo cabinet to tko h vMI i P ntlonl1 Hoover u
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