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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER fOff THf HoMf AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES I XXXV FIVE CENTS PEIl CUIV FINAL EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEA wiHEHKPOHT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY m m PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL NO SOft HOOVER REPUDIATES ANTICATHOLIC LETTER mmm M m m m m m JM MILWAUKEE TO HEAR AL SMITH ON PROHIBITION Momi unee of Carrying Wis consin By D HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Sept 23 I1 In this former brewing center Sovernor Smith tonight will lay he ore a waiting electorate his detailed rogram for prohibitionreform The speech the sixth and last ot his wo weeks western Invasion will be he first devoted by the democratic residential candidate to the sigh senth amendment ana Volstead act Ince he advocated their on in his acceptance speech at Al ny Aug 22 With only this one subject as his fext it Is expected that the nominee lit elaborate to some extent on the and he took in that address for staie LOntrol of liquor sales ana in the side Iscussion of prohibition at Omaha lept 18 when at the close of his relief speech he answered one If several questions propounded to f In a newspaper advertisement ith the declaration that he did not insider liquor the great Issue of overnor Smiths address can be Fard over WJZ and National Broad iting companys network 9 to 10 central standard time to Wisconsin Vote m Governor Smith draft his speech s in Milwou his political the best lependentpresfdentiall ticket the old followers of this re progressive uponwhom dcm managers are banWng heavily t funs Bob LaFollette who Is up the senate this year enator Elaine republicans of the ailed progressive school are upon hopefully by Smith man for assistance In view of the hers statement that he could not port platform and latter s pronouncement that he lid not support or vote for Hoov Expect German Strength mith supporters also are counting a large proportion of the German In this state as well as that of Scandinavian elements and hope poll enough votes in Milwaukee offset possibility of republican ns In the rest of the state ohn Callahan democratic nation committee hi an who accompanied vrnor Smiths party from St ul to has Informed the mlnee that he needs have no fears ut Wisconsin for It was in the for him the day he was nomin iert however are not so prulne and feel the presidential here will be a stiff one to Cardinals Clinch National League Pennant MINNEAPOLIS SEES GOVERNOR SMITH COOLIDGE URGES Manufacturer Dies INTON Sej Smith president of the Clln ir company died hospital last night r by relatives ie GlobeGazette Afters a Booklet on e of the Car simple facts about your how to make it look better run bet carefully prepared booklet by hest authorities fully iiius ted which every car owner can derstand A few mlnutea read shows scores of simple things Ich take practically no time and nt big in the life of the car Its ajid Its safety Cleaning lubricating battery e driving hints and many other damental facts for the motorist o practices a little economy rtytwo pages half In pictures se the coupon rederfaj Haskln Director ne Mmpn City GlobeGazette formation Bureau D C I Inclose herewith 6 tents In or stamps for a copy of tiie flet CARE OF THE CAli President Advises Massachu setts P to Stick to Party in Power BOSTON Sent 29 Coolidge In a message read at the re puaiican sfete convention here today saidthat thecountry needed a con tinuation of the administration of pub He affairs In accordance with the prin ciples which have guided the achieve ments of the republican This the president wrote should be fulfilled by beginning the next political year under the tried and experienced leadership ot Frank Q Allen and Benjamin Eorlrig Young in our commonwealth nna of Herbei t Hoover and Charles Curtis In our nn Allen now lieutenant governor was named at the primary on Sept 18 as the republican candidate for governor and United States senator The presidents message addressed to Francis Prescott chairman of the re publicanstate committee was asfol Altho It seems a long time since I have attended a republican atate con vention in Massachusetts my Interest In the purposes for which they assem ble has not diminished but rather in creaaed and waa never greater than In the present campaign membership represents an or ganization with a ions history of Im portant achievements In the field of sound government which have carried Incalculable benefits into every home Our country heeds the continuation of the administration of public affairs In accordance with the principles which have secured this result This need should be fulfilled by beginning the next political year underthe tried and experienced leadership of Frank G Allen and Benjamin Lorins Young In our commonwealth and of Herbert Hoover and Charles Curtis In our na lion To our convention assembled for the accomplishment of these interests I send my cordial DAYLIGHT SAVING TO BE ENDED AT 2A M ON SUNDAY NEW Sept 29 light saving time which has been in effect in this and many other eastern cities during spring and summer will officially end at 2 oclock tomorrow morning Clocks at thnt hour will be set back one hour to conform to standard time cant Understand logy of the resldi flon City who do to the community HOW IT HAPPENED Innings t 123456789 Chicago Cubs BHHDJIDIBI N Y Giants HHHHHHHL 2 FLYERS CRASH ON GOLF COURSE Plane Flew So Low It Nearly Struck Club Members DETROIT 29 men ne of whom was believed to be 3ewey Caldwell connected with a fiy ng club here were killed today whon heir plane crashed on the sixteenth airway of the Plum Hollow golf ourse The plane cracked tip after flying o low over the course that it narrow f missed two members of the club ho ivere playing on the seventeenth green Otfinger Named for IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Saturday night nml Sunday slightly warmer Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GIobeGazetle weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a in Saturday Highest FrMny C3 Degrees lowest in Night 38 Degrees At g A M Saturday 43 Degrees Tne temperature Friday night early away from the frost level The minimum was tho highest recordid TC for just a week Saturday morn iUi Governor of New York I to be under way SYRACUSE Sept 29 General Albert Ottlngerbt New York City was nominated for governor by acclamation at the republican state convention today A platform dealing mostly with slate Issues with prohl bltlon conspicuous by its absence was adorned Age makes people anil others Fnllj Record FARM RELIEF STILLTALKED A P Writer Re ligion as Cardinal Topic in Campaign By BYRON PRICE Associated Press Staff Writer SAN FRANCISCO Scpf 20 In tones that reverberate from coast to coast prohibition religion and farm relief still command tlio douljletlrie march of the presidential campaen is it swings clamorously thru the clos ing days of September Other issues Intrude momentarily but these three set the pace During ths present week eachhas again dem onstrated its hold on the attentions of political leaders and voters alike Campaigning in the west and hack fhru tho Canadian border states Gov ernor Smith has rfddressed himself most earneslly to the fanner He has talked of other things as well but It was the farm relief issue to which lie returned moet often andit was the farm problem which ha discussed re peatedly with party chiefs along the svay Bruce Causes Furore The argument over prohibition took an astonishing turn when Senator Bruce of Maryland gave currency to a quickly denied story thnt Mr Hoov er doesnot refuse a drink Even Chairman Kaskob of the democratic national committee Joined In the de nial saying he knew that the repub lican nominee did not serve liquor In hfs home and admired him for It Scarcely less unusual In a presiden tial campaign was a renewed out burst ot disssntion over the religious issue centering about Mrs Malicl Walker AVIllebrandt assistant attor ney general at Washington She denied thnt her series of speeches io Ohio preachers Iiad any other purpose than to spur them to oppose Smith because of prohibi tion views but even so her disclaimer did not fiuJet controversy within her own While Walter Newton of tho republican speakers said he was sorry Mrs Wlllebramit didnt have more time to to her speechmnking Ohios republican eommitteeman JVfauricc Mascheke de scribed her activities as well Intended hut nnrl a member of tlic republican committee In Wisconsin asked that she be kept nt home HOOVER STJIJT KEEPS SILENT ISSUES Following a policy he adopted early In the campaign Mr Hoover re mained silent on all of these TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 8 Some persons call It luck but the wise mnn artdn another letter and It Courier TREASURER OF BAPTIST BOARD HELD IN CANADA Missing Official Ready to Return to Stand Trial imNNIPEG Sept 23 Clinton S Carncs missing treasur er ot the home mission board the Southern Baptist convention was be ng held for Atlanta authorities lore today He is under two Indict ments In Atlanta for embezzlement atid j of mates of his speculations runningflhs high as slfcy first fehrel up to play located Embezzlement of the waa only revealed whcj auditors started checking over his bonks In CUBS BLAST GIANT HOPES FOR TITLE NEW YORK Sept 20 Cardinals clinched tho National Leaguo pennant for 1928 today when the Cubs defeated the Giants at the Polo grounds by a score ot G to 2 Altho tho St Louisans were still en gaged with tho Boston Braves In the Hub when tho Giant game was fin ished the New York defeat settled the pennant issue in favorof McKechnies band The Cubs danced Into a lead of two runs at tho start on a pass to Me Gulre Cuylers triple over Otts head and Wilsons single Welsh led off with a single In he Giant half but wns left Out in Order Grimm started the Cub second with a safe drive but Gonzales lilt Into a double play and Butler filed to Welsh The Giants went out in order The Cuhs were simple for Fitzsim mons In the third but the Giants threatened to sot a rally in motion is d ittych funds preparation to turn them over to a temporary treasurer it was later discovered that a man answering his description had served a term In the federal prison at Atlanta for misuse of the malls and a five months sen tence In the Clinton Iowa jail but the arrest was not made until fingerprint records Identification cir culars and a picture of the missing treasurer were obtained from St Paul authorities Authorities said he readily admitted his Identity and said he would waive extradition proceedings He had registered here xmder the name of P Lewis representing himself as a manufacturer of break rant foods He said he was planning a plant in Winnipeg Discover Prison Record Games who had been connected with the mission board for 10 years left Atlanta Aug 15 teling friends he was going to Raleigh N on a business trip Several days later after auditors had been set to work ort his books it was announced that largo shortages hatl been found The salaries mission aries remained unpaid for some time and the work of the board was con siderably hampered An emergency call had to be made for funds tw jut u limy in million uinsous or war s with singles Plan Would Hinder Navy Kellogg Says Great Britain Could Continue Ship Building Secretary Writes Sept KrancoBrltish navnl accord Is utterly unacceptable to the United States Itj is construed by Secretary Kellosg as proposing that sharp restrictions bo placed upon vessels of particular value to the United States with Great Britain left unlimited In tha con struction ot fighting craft of a type essentialy suited to her needs Fur thcr ho feels that It would defeat the purpose of naval nrms limitation and load to a recrudescence ot navol com petition disastrous to national eco All this was made clear in Identical notes delivered to tho London and Paris governments late yesterday In reply to the British note of July 31 and the French communication of ti Asks No Special AilvanlnRe Tho American government seeks no special advantage on the Sec retary Kellogg saw but clearlv can not pormlt Itself to be placed in a position of manifest Such a situation he believes would result from an application ot the accord From the British note outlining the agreement ie drew the conclusion that the limi tations to be determined on the basis the accord would deal with four of war capital ships RESENTS DRIVE FOR VOTES THRU RELIGIOUS PLEA Condemns Appeal Sent From Virginia Head quarters WASHINGTON Sept 29 bert Hoover has spoken for first time since the of his ac ceptance speech upon tho Injection of the religious issue In Hie presidential campaign Vehemently repudiating a letter purportedly fiom the headquarters ot Mrs Willlo W Caldwell republican national commltteewoman from Vlr Slnla which included a pica to Amer can women to save tho nation from aelng Mr Hoover ast night declared that whether luthentlc or n forgery the communi cation did violence to every Instinct that he possesses Opposed to G O P Such an he said prepared statement la entirely op posed to every principle of the re publican party I made my posltlou clear In my acceptance speech when I In this land dedicated to ince wo still find outbreaks ot intol erance I como of Quaker stock My ancestors uero persecuted for their beliefs Here they sought and found religious freedom By blood and con viction I Htand tor religious tolerance both In net and In spirit The glory f our American Ideals Is the right of very man to worship God according o the dictates ot his own I meant that then and I mean it Jrat this f season In fburth failed to threaten The Cubswere easy In the but the Giants grot into the game with t pair on singles by Fltzslmmons ODou and Ltndstrom mixed with o pass to ptt which filled the bases pre icdlng LIndys hit Culis Atld 1 In Sixth The Cubs got one more In the sixth Tho bases were filled on a pasa to He was located here three days ago lBeck Jacksons error on Maguire In an attempt to force Beck and Cuylers Infield single IVllsons sacrifice fly to Welsh scored Beck but Stephenson hit lato a double plhy Jackson injured his finger on tho Maguire play and retired In favor of Cohen The Giants went out in order FINAL HUE Chlcapo fl i New York 6 3 Neither threatened In the seventh but Wrightstone batted for Fltzsim mons to no particular purpose and Will Rogers Says YORK Sept None of the other candidates wont draw your attention to it In their speeches where It would do tre fmendous good but Florida is really In great need of much more money than has been raised I got a wire from Judge Payne tho head ot the Red Cross and he says that the need Is tre and V have just pot two letters and WILL ROGERS wlrea from i101 aonal friends In Florida who I know wouldnt mis represent and they say the same Sunday they are holdlnfj a fun eral for that ought to make us forget whispering and Issues and promises So Al I wish you and Herb along with your appeals every night would Include Florida Yours WILL ROGERS Scott entered tho box In the eighth The Cubs greeted him with a two run barrage Blake was hit and forced on a wild pitch Singles by Maguire Cuy ler and Wilson followed bringing in tho runs The Giants failed to score The Cubs went scoreless In the ninth The Giants also failed nml tlielr las pennant hope vanished into the fog laden rain CARDS SNATCH 3 SCORES IN FIRST BOSTON Sept 2t Leading Giants by two full games and needing only one victory to clinch the 102 Championship BUI McKechnlo sen his nee Wee Willie agalns the Braves here this afternoon In th final contest of the local season Ar Delnney opposed the Cardinals Tin weather was threatening but fans came out tosee a possible St Louis pennant victory The Cardinals made as it to settle the Issue in the very first Inning when three runs were scored on Hornsbys two base fumble of Douthlts grounder Frlacha single and steal Bottomleys triple to right center and Hnfeys sacrifice fly to Brown The Braves went out Sherdeland Doulhlt singled with two out In the Cardinals secomi antj High walked to fill the bases but Frlscli fouled to Bell In the home half Bell forced Brown who had singled and Farrell and Taylor fol lowed with hils to fill the base with two out hut Frclgau fanned He wns batting for Delaney and Brandt went Into pitch The third without Incident or scoring FOOTBALL SCORES FIRST PERIOD Penn 6 Grlnnell 0 SECOND PERIOD Chicago fl South Carolina 6 Army 1 Boston university 0 hnui rs two classes were provided for at the Washington arms coefnrence which would leave only the last two to be discussed by the preparatory commis sion for the disarmament conference TURN TO PAGE G COLUMN 3 AGREETONftf MINERS SCALE Iowa Workers to Go Back to Work at Daily MOINES Sept 29 ref erendum among members ot the Iowa district of tho United Mine IVorkers of America and a vote ot the owa Coal Operators association are Til that remain In the way ot rcsump ion ot union coal mining which has been almost wholly suspended since 1 1927 The miners will return to work at a icalo based on a minimum dally wage if the agreement reached yes erday between Joint scale committees f the miners and operators Is rati fied by the organizations as a whole Steps to rush the necessary polls are anticipated Immediately The dally wage ot Is 30 cents less than the basis for the recently adopted Illinois scale but the Iowa scale made a 14 per cent reduction on the yardage and dead work rates whereas the Illinois rates were cut 20 per cent Compensation for loading machine and conveyor workers was the only tiling left undetermined at the end of more than three weeks of negotiation This matter will be left to a commis sion the present rates prevailing until a permanent scale Is established ot tho committee and contained Mrs Caldnells rubber stamp signa ture The committeewomaii explained to ho Post that her letters were outlined to her secretary who then wrote them In her own language In his case she said the secretary possibly dressed up the letter She would not reveal the secretarys lame The Post Quoted her na saying hat only two or three copies of the otter had been sent out One Time Ziegfeld Dancer Osage Guest Is Returning to East OSAG13 Sept and Leslie Sherrlff and daughter Mrs who i have spent the past year In Osaqe t Saturday for Washington where they will make their homo At St Louis they met his brother George Sheriff who was motoring to Wash Ington They were Joined at Pilis rKh by their mother Mrs A M Sherrlff Mrs Leslie Shorriff was a dancer with tho Ztezfcld Follies in New York City and boon featured at several entertainments here and In Majon CHy WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather outlook for the period of Oct 1 to 6 For the upper Mississippi nnd lower Missouri valleys Not much precipitation likely during week and robably no marked changes In tern SEPTEMBER M w e of freezing to death winter IK 27 at Des Molnea Joe Leneer miner lead on the roadside and post mortem ro that he died to death Nldard has purchased the Interest of Charles n In the Hortcm Cigar atore and bucomes to proprletor He will continuethe business at ind for the present olflard left this morning for Madison jsiWlll enter the mechanical department to be as dlstrlt that lained th As given was Post by Mrs Lyim on stationary MAY CHANGE DATE By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Sept 20 bert Hoover Is being urged by some of ifs advisers to deliver his Boston ad Iress the last ot his eastern cam algn on tho night ot Saturday Oct O instead of tho middle ot the week ollowlng as has been planned tenla Should he consent he would hree major speeches on the succes iva Saturday carrying campaign nto two democratic strongholds New York City and Boston on the last two TUIW TO PARE S COLUMN 8 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen A molher should think of the future I dont know how many times Ive wished Paa mother had spanked him more frenuent vhen waa d sled for   

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