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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY HNAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEA8ED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 1 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICENO 307 0 P NAMES MFARLANE FOR KIMBALLS JOB mm PLEASED WITHTOURTHRU STATESIN WEST Governor Will Address N Y Democratic Convention BULLETIN OCHESTER N Oct I W overnor Smith arrived at tck this morning on his special i to attend the democratic e convention He was given i ovation at the New York Cen n railroad station By D HAROLD OLIVER loctated Press Staff Writer r j BRNOR SMITHS TRAIN EN V1 5UTH TO ROCHESTER N Ofi fit but anxious 0B rest after his firat two weeks of inv us campaigning Governor Smith home soil today confident McKellar Hurls 13 Questic ils efforts in the west have had 1 M eflcial effect formal addresses in as many miles of traveling the v Smiths Speech Page 2 Tlie abstract of Governor Smiths address Saturday niglit in Milwaukee will be found on page 2 Large Crowd Expected at Legion Party Surrounding Posts to Send Delegations to Hear New Commander Indications are that there will be a large gathering at the armory Tues day evening at S oclock when George W elected command er ot the Iowa department of the Am erican Legion is to make his debut Commander Prichard native of Ona wa was elected at recent Cedar Rapids convention of the state de partment Word from officers of posts In the surrounding territory is to the effect that a large representation from out of the city will be at the meeting the program fjr which Includes a num ber of musical features as well as a dancingparty This is the opening Joint party ot the Legion and auxil iary this fall and elaborate plans are being made by botli organizations As this will be Mr Priciiards public appearance as head of Legionnaires local exservice men are expecting him to outline his plans for the coming year at the Tuesday night meeting Mr Prichard has had what Legionnaires say la an enviable record both in the World war and in the Le imately 50 personal ap the rear platform of his to greet thousands of and a round of recep illtlcal conferences was a istory for the democratic tieared Rochester for state istation wlKroske un of the organ and is the unit as of the e mande Mrs uilv engagement the governor ve days of light activit executive mansion Suffices in Albany whicli roach tomorrow night nouncement regrardini for his second stumpii ed to be mads until he state capltol of conferences Jipders has been plai soon after his He will addi URN TO PAGE 8 dil i Will Hear v Farm Talks Weekly Beginning on Tuesday WASHINGTON Oct i plan 1 which the latest agricultural in ration will be broadcast over the to the farmers of the country n the department of agriculture ig the noon hour five days a K will be inaugurated tomorrow cretary Tardlne will make the ning address on Putting Facts to rlc on Our hereafter every Monday Tuesday flaesday Thursday and Friday n to p m central stand Lime federal experts on agrlcul al economics will speak over a up of 14 stations including 3C Davenport WHO Des and Omaha of the mander t and vice artment of West t of the Iowa de uxillary will also b 14 ARE HURT IN 2 NORTH IOWA CAR Seattle Man in Hospital Autos Smash Near TANLET K Johnson ot Spokane ia at the Mercy hospital suffering from bruises and possible in ernal as a result of an auto mobile crash on the pavement five miles east of Mason City Sunday night in which three cars were thrown Into the ditch The Johnson car a Nash sedan leaded east endeavored to pass a Pord automobile driven by Fred Klump of Charles City as they were being met by a Ford roadster driven west by Jordan Klrchoff and Mike Bvenoff ac cording to officers who were called to the scene of tlie crash Went Into Uttcli The result was a collision in which the Nash and Kirchofts cars were sent into the ditch on the north side while tlio other Ford turned over on south side of the road glon organization since He was pjS1 crash knocked Mrs Johnson TEDDY WILL SPEAK HERE accompanied her husband uncon scious She recovered consciousness at hospital where they were taken after the crash It was fearcc Jime that Mr Johnson suffered back but an examination irning showed no Cracture s who were onj the aleo X GlobeGazette ill Help Settle 1 mpaign Arguments S ur new Campaign Guide Is a fpartisan document of 48pagcs facts and figures about this and vious presidential elections It os the records of voting by ces and the party platforms and dldatea records of today ull ot vital data for every citi who takes the duty of voting ou3ly Population nbershlps recent votes for sen B and governors as well as ildents qualifications of voters ach state and other data se the coupon J Hasltin Director I le Mason City GlobeGazette Bureau j V nsliinston D C I inclose herewith 10 cents in in or stamps for a copy oC the tVMPAIGN GUIDE Kect Uraers ath of 11 onspirators Albanian Ruler Wastes No Time Executing Plotters JugoSlavia Oct 1 newspaper Polltlca said to day it had learned from Durazzo Al bania that It conspirators against the newly elected King Zogu were summarily hanged in the market place of Durazzo yesterday This was done on the order of the riew king less than 24 hours after the plot against him had been discovered Two hundred citizens implicated In the plot are imprisoned Martial law was proclaimed After serving as president of Al bania since February 1925 Ahmed Bey Zogu became king on Supt 1 when the constitution was changing the country from a republic to a monarchy Before he became king there been echoes of dissatisfaction with Zogus rule Albanian police In July arrested and executed three men for plotting to assassinate him charging that they had planned to shoot him from ambush A time bomb was also discovered about the same time In Zogus villa at Durazzo when It was searched before one of his visits Zogu who is 34 belonged to the most powerful feudal clan of the Mtaja district of Central Albania At dlffexent times he fought for and against the Turks Italians Austrlans JugoSlavs Klrcl pinned neither one s crate he a Charles City Another crash Lake highway nutomobiles of son City and Mr mlcr Car yenott were both roadster but only minor d by thc hold a rally at the armory tn Mason with Theodore Roosevelt the of Iowa as the principal committee following a mcct n the Clear the In of Ma of Crystal Lake colliding was hurt North Iowarepubl City onthe iiifcht of Tl younger and Nate Keml speakers injfet state repl imj of that group in DCS IMxjin Remlcy J Glass Ccrro Go active part in the local iirrangem to tlie county party workers thruoi Meg in uotii Hie third und the tenth Were looking for a IHIRO mcelln Beyond hat I cant sny much this and were working out the detnrils of the1 obtaining two such able spokesmen for and Nnie Hoover NOMINEE ASKED IF HE PLANS TO RENAME MELLON Senator Wants Queries Answered in Tennes see Speech PARIS Oct 1 States Senator Kenneth D 1 jKellar of Tennessee in a speech at a democratic meeting here today ad dressed 13 questions at Herbert Hoov er republican presidential nominee with a request that they be answered by Hoover in his Elizabeth ton ad drcBS Saturday Tho questions follow IE elected will you appoint or con inue Andrew W Mellon commonly icld to be more interested in the man ufacture and sale of intoxicating 11 quor than any other man In the coun try as your secretary of the treasury and by virtue of his office chief pro hibition inforcemcnt officer Should you not appoint Mr Mellon vould you appoint any one else direct ly or Indirectly Interested in tho 11 luor business or in any way directly jr indirectly connected with those n the liquor business as your secretary oC tho treasury Raises Negro Question Do you believe in the intermingling oC the white and colored races on terms of equality Did you Issue an order providing for such equality in the department ot commerce ovetv you then pre last or spring Will Rogers SPRINGFIELD Sept 80 that polo game Saturday In New York That was the greatest game ever played The best men and the best horses in the whole t w o Americas Dont miss the next one Wed nesday no matter whera you have to come from Al made one great mistake In h i a prohibition speech Saturday night He said We cant ex pect anything from tha repub Well I dont know how we pect more that we have unless a man has un limited expectations But Herb wont answer He la pulling E CoolUlge and is getting the demo crats Tours AVILL ROGERS Copyright to BANKERS BEGIN ANNJALMEETING INPH1LAOELPHU FRANK SHANE IS SECOND IN RACE OR NOMINATION 20 Ballots Needed to Name Lieutenant Gov ernor Candidate DBS MOINES Oct Senator Arch McFar ane of Waterloo was nomi nated by the republican state central committee early this afternoon to run for lieutenant in the November elec tion He will fill the vacancy on he republican ticket caused by the death of Lieut Gov Clem Kimball of Council Bluffs The committee reached its decision on the twentieth ot Senator oi Ottumwa high man J 0 Shaft of Carmmche third chairman who will have au liovi issued invitations ti district in nearby coun ss Monday morning armory Is engaged Ve feel fortunate in Colonel Roosevelt 13 PERSONS HURT WHITTEMORE Oct persons from Mason City Mrs Rose Reed 309 North Monroe avenue received injuries of varying decrees of seriousness lijrc Sunday afternoon when two automo biles crashed headon about a halt mile south of here Tlic cars were driven by Jnc TToluh employe of Mrs Evan Jenkins on the Tonkins farm south of Mason City and hy Henry Helmers oC Hardy Eifrht persons in the Hclmer car Including five small children were hurt nna were hrot to tlio hospital here The younscst of the children a five months old Ixiby who is not ex pected to live was taken to the hos pital at Alprona Bahy Seriously Hurl Those Injured In the Jenkins car include Mrs Jenkins cuts on the face TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 5 Brock Trying to Make New Flight Mark Flyers Less Than 24 Hours Away From Endurance Record SAN DIEGO Oct 1 William Brock and Eilwnrd Schlec were still aloft at n com pletlnjj their fiftysecond hour in the air SAN DIEGO Oct 1 two and nights in the air Ed ward Broek and Edward Schlce wero forging ahead toward a new endur ance flight record in the Bellanca monoplane today The aviators who Inst year flew from Detroit to Tokyo had been aloft 48 hours nt oclock this morning and were still going strong with the prospect that they would bo able to re main up until n m tomorrow to j beat by one hour the present record of j 5 hours 25 minutes held In Germany j IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy Monday night Possibly showers in extreme southeast portion Cooler Tuesday mostly fair Cooler extreme sotith enst portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Monday Highest Sunday 71 Lowest in Night 47 Degrees At 8 A M Monday 56 Degrees For like period ending at S oclock a m Sunday Highest Saturday 71 Degrees Lowest In Nisht 35 Degrees Sunday nights minimum tempera ture was the highest recorded in fortnight rieforo midafternoon Mon dny the clouds wero frowning menac ingly and It looked as if some rain was about to fall Hoover Hopes Religious Question Is Eliminated Nominee to Make Speech Election Eve at Palo Alto By I WEST AssiMiiitcd Press Slnff WASHINGTON Oct 1 iert Hoover is earnestly hopeful that nis clearcut announcement on the re igious question will serve to prevent overzealous workers in hiw parly from adverting to this subject during the remainder of the campaign either by written or spoken word There probably is no subject upon ivliich the republican presidential can didate feels more deeply as his re pudiation of the Caldwell letter indi cated and he often has expressed to those around him the keen regret thnt this matter has been brot into the campaign Plnns Last Five Wcelis Having again mado his position clear in two statements concernirgr tho mimeographed letter sent out over the form signature of Mrs Willie W Caldwell republican national commlt teewoman from Virginia which urged the women to save the United Slates from being the republi can candidate turned today to prepar ations for the final five weeks drive of the campaign Whilo his plans for the time eiisu ing until election flay Nov C are still far from complete he will make nt least flve more major addresses before the voters go to the polls One of these will he delivered at some larse western city while he is enroutc to his California home and another lie from Palo Alto on election eve Hoovers intention is to make hit Nov 5 talk purely a radio one ing Into the microphone in tlie library of his residence on Stanford university campus with a nationwide hookup of raclfo stations to carry his final ap peal to every section of tho country New York Dale Oct 13 The place for the speech to he made while he is crossing the continent j not been selected He will make a number of rear form tnlks at various places In which tho special trains will pass This week the nominee will be preliminary work on the address ho Is to deliver at New York the nlslit of Oct 13 and ho hopes to have It fairly well shaped np before he leaves Friday night for Elizabolhton Tenn to maketho fourth major address nf Texan Killed During Frat Initiations Electric Stunt Causes Death of University Stu dent A USTIN Oct 1 Me ISlroy 19 year old University ot Texns student and athlete ot Houston Texas was dead today the victim of a mock Delta Kappa Epsilon frater nity initiation which turned from a bit of student horseplay to tragedy McElroy lletl last night a few min utes after being shocked by light wires connected by a rheostat to two sets ot bed springs thru which he crawled as part of the traditional tra the campaign thejo noon after ternity ritual for neophytes Investigation Begun Two physicians who examined the body declined to say whether fright or tho electricity Itself caused Strength of the electrical body was denth charge not de which entered his termined District Attorney Moore who insti tuted an Immediate Investigation by Questioning upper classmen who par ticipated in the Initatlon early today had not announced an Inquest No ar rests had been made The sayin fraternity Issued a statement the youth fainted during the stunt thru which it was added five other students had preceded him and to which 1SJ other students had been subjected during the local chapters history Fraternity memljers expressed the opinion that the youth probably touched an exposed live wire leading to the springs He fell screaming to tho floor and lapsed Into uncon sciousness Carried to Infirmary His fraternity brothers attempted to revlyo him but when their efforts proved futile carried him bortlly to Seton Infirmary a block distant where physicians worked over him In vain for HO mluutcs with a pill motor McHlroy said to have been fed a raw oyster saturated with castor oil us another part of tho mock Initiation preceding tho bed springs stunt Minnesota Comrnjsi Suggests Low f MOINES J ballots were day by the ters collectors marshals district at torneys or prohibition inforcemcnt officers In tho south Dlfl you ever givo n number ot In terviews wbilo in the Mississippi val ley In the spring ot 1H27 declaring trie federal government should take over TUUN TO IAGE 8 COLUMN 4 BOMB GARAGES OF YELLOW CAB Police Fear Reopening of Warfare Between Rival Employes CHICAGO Oct 1 Two Yellow Cab company garagCH on the north side were bombed witli dynnmlto last night signalling wlint police fear may be the reopening of warfare between employes of rival tnxicab concerns Police guarded all Ycliou gar ages todny to forestall further out breaks Company officials und em ployes maintained a tlghtIIppcil sil ence statements being confined to de nial that either intercornpuny illfeel ing or labor difficulties were respon sible No close approximation of the dunn age could be obtained The explosion of the bomb at the garage on Broad way was heard as far north as Evnnston and shattered windows In nearby buildings Guests at the Edge water Beach hotel three blocks were alarmed by tho detonation Several cabs stored in the garage were damaged tho company officials said tho loss would not be consider able It was 15 minutes later that a bomb exploded at therear of the Yellow Cab companys garage and re pair shop on North Hnlated street Two men one tail the other short were seen to run from both placet and drive away In a roadster Police linked the attacks with the slnsing a week ago of a Checker cab driver Eugene Thleverge The shoot Ing o Thieverge followed a quarrel between Checker and Yellow Cab chauffeurs whose cabs should have preference at a cab stand near t Granada cafe on the south side Algona Depositors to Receive Another 10 Per Cent Dividend ALGOXA Oct for1 the payment of a second dividend of 10 per cent are tielnfr mailed out by R H Miller examiner in chnrRC to for mer depositors of the closed County Savings bank of Algonn A payment of 10 per cent amounts to The bank was closed last October and a first dividend of 10 per cent wns paid Inst April This is a hard year for If an ispuo can be discussed unfe ly tho people dont give n darn about StnrCoiirier Oct T I cast up to noon toj republican state central committee without naming a candl date for lieutenant governor to fill iic vacancy on the ticket caused br o death of Clem F KlmbaU of sl Bluffs The committee then In MJoured to meet again at 1 p m From the second ballot the contest Settled into a close rq ator Frank Shane oti Wont pro tern of the atcrr McFariani of PHILADELPHIA eral thousand bank of tho United Stn for the opening of convention Bankers f Nearly loo woiMtawBMyfcrs repre senting pracliealligSpHSStato in the union were alsftySBftgigfr the annual session of of Bank Women Many oC the women bankers are delegates to the A B A meeting Visiting bankers were almost unani mous in expressing the view that the general business outlook In the coun try was good Sees Good I think the nation is economically said Thomas R Preston 1rcs aent of the Hamilton National hank of Chattanooga and president of the American Bankers association prospects are pood In lustry and employment except in one to two linos iro nctlvc and commerce vigorous Inventories of goods are not swollen and altho prices general ly are somewhat higher than a year ngo I do not think they have reached the point of Inflation Tli stock market presents a mlx turo of sound and unsound specula tion and it is to be hoped the better inso will prevail No Fear of Politics Tho political campaign has not j been an unsettling Influence In busi ness I foel that tho present era may 3e considered one of reasonably well distributed prosperity and that the year will continue along tho same A 1 Vcigel state commissioner of banks ot Minnesota recommended a reduction of interest rates paid on deposits when necessary Some banks lie said were slowly committing sui cide by paying more Interest than they can live s3 lon trlck om Incll iraee with the Epi5 strength Shane TUB committee sion and the onl ling from tho co cated tliat it we tween Shane and two mighty do One account had polled seven votes on ballot to four for McFarlano and the rest scattered amongelx other candidates whileon the second ballot Shano lost one and McFarlane Increased Ills vole ay one Tho commutes went Into session promptly at 9 oclock Immediately a discussion of candidates atarUd and tebt names were placed In nomIra Ion by various conimltteemen ird from the eleven districts of the state Twelve Voles Necessary Tho voting strength ot tlio commit eo from each district Twelve votes are necessary to nomi nate The candidates were Senator J O Shaft ot Clinton Senator Shane Sen ator McFarlane Mr Wilson Repre sentative W K G of Km former Senator Ttny Scott or Mnrshnlltown Senator Cieorse A Wilson of ries Moincs aiul former ieulennnt Covornor Krnsst R Moore ot Ceflar HnpidP Senator Shafts strength early illoting was said to In nominal ROBBERS GET SHERIFFS GAR Drive Away With Tudor Ford From Courthouse Grounds No Clues Found Thieves having more than the orJi nary allotment of boldness drove away ultli the new Tudor Ford belonging to Sheriff E Oress from where it stood in the courthouse yard between 7 anil S oclock Saturday evening yet no clew lias been discovered an to the identity of the rubbers Tiio license number of tlie car was Old Iowa Family Almost Suffocates in Five VINTOX Oct 1 of the Dave Sfackle family narrowly cs caped suffocation Sunday moinimr when their home caueht fire The blaze apparently had smouldered most ot the before the fumes awoke a roomer Lucille Henderson who with difficulty aroused Inn other occu pants who were almost asphyxiate SchofieW Begins His Legislature Campaign Oct E Scho flold is planning nn opening his cam paign for representative this week Mr Kchofleld received good support in KilribauH county for representative at the primaries AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Ive done my best to break that black of wantin to set an she stays stubborn until unday shes goin to min   

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