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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                Tfi IOVTAS DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITIOH VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY 2 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 308 OSTLY HORSES BURntD IN TAXICAB WAR ammill Denies Smith Ever Indorsed McNaryHaugen Bill 100SEVELT IS CANDIDATE FOR I Y GOVERNOR lew Nominee at First Stated He Could Not Accept BULLETIN WABM SPRINGS Ga Oct I Franklin D Roosevelt today liccepted ilia democratic nomina ion for governor of New York t His acceptance was made known liy Mr Roosevelt In a telegram to pliver Cabiina clmirman ot the rleinocratlc state convention in ses sion nt Rochester after lie liad notified by the Associated Iress that the convention had him by acclamation ROCHESTER N V Oct 2 lOovonior Smitli informed of lie Associated Press dispatch Irom Atlanta statins that Frank lin D Roosevelt had not conscnt Id to accept the democratic nom ination lor govenvor of New ork IfaiiT I Tde convention lial tho con licnt of Mr Roosevelt to dn whnt It did It nominated him and he run TLANTA Ga Oct 2 Frank lin D Roosevelt In response to a quest fron the Associated Tress dis itched prior to his nomination for Jjvernor at Rochester telegraphed e following message from his home I Warm Springs Ga position re NOMINATED it to be candMate In to my family Thl preS3 telegraphed this morning and Is received shortly befocc RAISED FOR COMMUNITY CHEST Jl DRIVE inal Workers Report Made at Hanford Tuesday AT tile final report meeting ot work ers at tbe Hotel Hanford Tuesday noon the total subscriptions for the community chest wag raised to 37335 leaving about yet to b obtained It the goal of the campaign 54S500 is to bo readied The TOiort Tuesday however showed a large Bain over that thi last one Friday noon when53221 was reported Made Large Gaina The largest amounts In the renor Tuehday were made in the sugar bed and cement plants division whicl added 52100 the brick and tile vvhic put 174275 Into the hopper and the womens division with 52550 addi tional The total number ot subscribers In I the campaign so far is 3805 while tbe total for a year ago was close to 4400 indicating that there are a IITKO num ber who have not been solicited or who have not subscribed among those who gave last year E H head of the campaign pointed out Mr Wagner stated that a cleanup and followup campaign will be con ducted and that there will be a meet j ins of majors Friday noon at the Han Five Centers Have More Cord Than Million Inhab itants Oct 2 W populations oE tho United States FRANKLIN D KOOSEVELT Tlio former assistant secretary of the navy lias accepted the dem ocratic nomination for governor of New York He at first stated he wouhl not make tho race but later announced his acceptance CENSUS FIGURES SHOW GAIN IN SMALLER CITIES ACCUSED OF TARRING WORKMAN Sing Two Numbers The entertalnineritat the meeting Tuesday included two vocal duets by Mfss Loin Goerdt nnd Miss Coila Boster Fred Shiiffe r at the nlano The Invocation was given by Supt F T Vasey Tlie total amount subscribed by each of the divisions follows oon central time and a few rnlnl estimated as July 1 IMS were re ites Inter a second was re J ported today by the census bureau Sugar beet and cement 1 Five American metropolitan centers plants 1cived from him Baying Sincerely hope convention in Kochester will understand nnd re Lspect my oftrcpcatd statements Mr Roosevelt was first ap by the New York democratic faflers last week he told them that he Jill two reasons for not accepting the mlmUlon First that he felt he could Governor Smith more good in the Impaign by speaking in cities where had previous acquaintance because his service in the Wilson cabinet headed by New York with a total of 517500 persons were credited with more than a million residents Chica go with 3157400 Philadelphia with 2OG4200 Detroit with 1373900 and Cleveland with 1010300 A growth In population was Indi cated for nearly every one of the cities in tho 30000 population class reported tho one of the most famous city centers Manhattan borough In Xew York City was actually esill second that the state his ated lo have lot 00 person bo ilth would not permit Ir Roosevelt came to Georgia two ago to consult of the ia AVarm Springs foundation Nameil by Acclimation FlOCHESTER N Y Oct 2 rinklin D Roosevelt former nssibt Jr secretary of the navy was norrl by acclamfttion for governor ot w York by the democratic state con dition today IJoI Herbert H Lehman New York banker was nominated for liu I ant governor by acclamation pecision ot the party leaders to 1 no tho former assistant secretary of I navy candidate for the vice presl pcy in 1020 was made early today For the third of a series oC confer tes with Governor Smith delegates had been holding off TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 3 The GlobeGazette jjWU Help You Forecast Election If you want to figure out how ha states will vote this year you tieed the records of nil past elec tions You also need fisures on bresent population whether it is Dative or foreign born white or You need data on church nemberships of various denomina tions This and much other fact mi Iprlal Is contained In our 1828 Cam Ijalgn Guide now ready for the use 1c every Interested voter student twecn 1925 and 192S when the state enumeration was made Some Have No Estimate The census bureau explained that its 1928 estimates were based in part on calculations of population growth rates Indicated by tho 120 federal census by the results of intervening state census returns and by studies of local conditions In the case of a few cities the bu reau refused to make any 192S esti mate because of annexation or lie cause of exceptional condtions of growth or because of indicated pop ulation loss After the leading five cities the es timates showed a large group ot Amorcan cities possessing more tlmn a half million persons the list IncIud ng St Ixnils 848100 Baltimore SHO 400 Boston 799200 Pittsburgh C73 800 San Francisco 585300 Buffalo 55800 Washington 552000 and Milwaukee 544200 Iso estimate was TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN S Legion Chamber of Commerce Deckers Elks Irons Kiwanis Titans Brick and Tile Kotary Schools tVomens division Total Jnd party worker The Guide Is a lionpartisan compilation ot facts find figures Your copy Is available pr 10 cents to cover postage and andling costs Use the coupon Frederic J Hnskln Direcfor The Maoon City GlobeGazette I Information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 10 cents in Jcoln or tamps for a copy of tlie GUIDE Street iity Stale 4532 211 t 3209 M70 2347 0055 2721 174275 3IIS 3210 3S14 Elmer Hackbart upper Iclt is alleged to have confessed that he and Oliver HujjhoJjI upper right left Earl Steele lower7right a Keiiosha AVis nilli worker poured hot tar over his body The men are on strlle from the mill where tlie victim worked MINERS TO GO BACKTOWORK Mondays Walkout Due to Misunderstanding Says Morris DES JIOINES Oct 2 coal miners were expected back at their places today as a result of clear ing up what operators and union of Dnion Worker Hurt in Shooting Scrape on Farm at Belmonc BEIillOND Oct llcrnnn lez xvas shot thru tlio right cllioiv Sunday morning by Francisco Ma lie is in the Steele hospital In very serious condition It was nec essary to amputate the arm above the elbow Hernandez Is a Mexican who worlts n an onion field here He went to Maronas home at 2 oclock Sunday morning Slarona works at the Anlon Olson farm as a beet wceder Marona was said to bo intoxicated and ho picked up a shot gun firing at Hernandez who was standing only six or eight feet away according to the officers Maronn is now lodged in the city jail ficials termed a which about 3000 workers to walk out yesterday Joe H Morris Town district prcsi dent the United Aline Workers of America told the union men that the new scale negotiated last week would not go into effect until after the referendum next week despite n clause specifying the effective date HF yesterday This latter clause caused the walkout ycstenlny Morris expressed confidence thnt the new contract calling for a daily min imum wnpe of SO would be ratified In the referendum next Tuesday 6YRD BEGINS TRIP TO SOUTH DE RIVERA NEAR BREAK WITH KING Dissatisfaction in Spain With Dictators Rule Reported LONDON Oct 2 of cool ness between King Alfonso of Spain and Premier Prime de Rivera the Spanish dictator are reaching the Spanish frontier Some observers think that the premier who has Just celebrated the fifth anniversary ot his dictatorship may be replaced Travelers from Madrid arriving nt St Jean de Iuz Fance said that Ihere had been a renewal of agitation against tho dictator during the last few days IOWA FORECAST Tuesday night Hpst arid norlli portiiins Wednes day increasing cloudiness warmer east nnd south poritions LOCAL STATISTICS weather l 24 IiouiS period ending at S ocloclv m Tuesday Mondnr 4 DeKrecs Lowest in NlRlit 3S Decrees At 8 A M Tuesilny 8 Degrees Trace of nihi Momlnv brot Octobers first rain It Just v trirc nnd it fell cimlnpr noon hour Tuesday opened clear with tho wind out oC the south nr Explorer to Sail Saturday From San Pedro to Meet Ships BOSTON Oct 2 Richard E ISyrrt was on his way west today on the first let ot his journey to the icecovered wastes of tlie Ant arctic rcKlons On Saturday he will sail from San Pedro Cal on the whaler Ior New Zealand where four ships ot liiJi expedition will meet and nrocned south If all goes wcll he said he will he bade in July 1MO Accompanied by liis wife Com mnndnr Hyrd left Uoston nflcrnoon A crowd Kathered fit the i station to bid htm jjoodbye Just he ho left his home for the station Hyrd said goodbye to his small son Dickie and his three smaller dniiKli Leaky Gas Line Ends Try for New Air Endurance Record SAN IIKOO Cal Oct 2 llalkcd liy a lealtins gaaoline tanU in their effovt to the Avorld endur ance tlyinirecord hack to the United States VVtlJiarii Jlroclc awl ICdwnid SchJce have announced plans for an other attempt soon The flyers who several mouths madu a rpcoitlljieakiiifr trip around the world by ship and airplane were forced to mive up their enduranje flight at p m yesterday when cxhauKted AiSoline supply forcer them down after 3J hours and 30 min utes in the air The worlds ivcord of 03 hours 25 minutes was set last summer by Jc hann Tlisticz ami Wllliclm iCimmr man German aviatots Their flifiht estahtished a Amer ican eniurance the liest tinie having been made by TCdward A Htlr son nnd George AV Ilaldcman at Tad sonvtlle Fla when tliey stayed tip S3 hours M minutes and 3D seconds The flyers were in pood physlca conditions tho woary for lack of slec after a Ions aerial grind They salrt lh ricllancas motor functioned perfecty IOWAN ATTACKS LIQUOR SCHEME OF NEW YORKER Farmers Will Not Be Fooled Governor Tells Crowd Oct tie nlftl that Governor Smith demo erratic nominee president has com mitted himself to the MeNaryHciu farm roller bill in any binding ninrkciI tho county address to day by Gov John Hnmirtill CJovornor Smith the Iowa cliio executive chnrRed Is trying to puJ an ohl trick in his discus slons of tho fa nil relief measures whereby ie promises something 11 princlplii but Tails to ho specific Farmers who listcncd over Ih radio to him at Omaha and in Ok la homa City are not being fooled whei lio that he is not intercstc in tbe machinery oC Curm relief ineaF iiies a nil proposes to leave these up I experts Cites ItnruUg Talks Any one who hns heard Senate Borah In bis radio talks with hi analysis of the governors position I can see how Mr Smith is trying to I sidestep the real crux of the situation when he fails to commit himself cith er for or against the equalisation fee Radio liHtenevs on the farm have seen all this and the governor is Ing himself by dodging tho real is sues They Ceel that they are entitled to It now juat where he stands in spe cific terms When they hear these protnfees that dont mean any tiling they have no use fpr them town iiirmcrs It now furthermore that when the governor tnlUs ahon farm relief lie has to watcli Ms step that lie doesnt alienate some of he eastern voters In any event he is i a had fix for if lie fails to get down o cases holl lose both winch he has one pretty well so far Editors Are Divided Its i mighty significant vhon tho editors are so divided as to vhcther the governor has indicated iiat ho is for tho equalization fee VISIT PROTESTED Kenresentalions Imvo been inaile hjministers to Die ISritisli lioniu offiro asking that Aimeo Scinplo Mcllicrson California woman evangelist lie barred from nntcr iiip KiigliiKl Above is recent pic ture taken while Mrs Mclliersoii visited 1nris Sheriffs Auto Found Abandoned Near Manly Sheriff G E Cress lina found his car The machine a Ford Tudor which was driven out of the court house yard Saturday evening was found abandoned near Manly Tuesday morning The anto was undamaged hut the license plates had been taken off the for further vvcalhor clear am tcrs Court Named to Hear Williams Disbarment Proceedings on Nov 7 DBS MOIXIIS Oct i Justice Trumnn H Stevens oC the Iowa supremo court today named Distrlet Judges Oncar Ifale ot Wa jwllo D W Hamilton of irlnncll nnti Clarence Nichols of Vinton as tlin court to hear disbarment proceeding against Attorney J 10 Williams of Ma son City fit Clarion Xov 7 Will Rogers Says HlMlTNfilIKrD Mass Oct 1 I havnnt niy announcement either man yet Myself ad Coolidpre J guess are about the i st to out for anybody Home r think Calvin will Entire Gas of N Y Show Is Arrested Police Raid Opening Per formance of Pleasure Held half of them sny he didnt and i Riiy lie did and KWIMO more of hem say they dont and cant yet nr lorslund from liis utterances Just vhore lie stanrl If they rant Interpret tho gover tor sliould expected In Gov rnor KniitU owes to tins people or tlie a frank statcinenL whcth T ho is or iy not for the criutlixitlon ec Ho far ho hns inn do that tnloiiiPiit The iiooplo arc entitled tn enow in lorms that fire certain and vhlch rnnnot bo mlsronstrucd oil In icforc or after election on Nov i This is no time Tor touliiiR s cralltfoK tlio pcnpln of as Ktritos wnnl is a sjieciCic nrO oCinllo irofrjiin Too Alnny Exports Xiw Tho rcyialiilitatlon of agriculture has nfn in nf conferences and experts long1 oncmKli Thos nt us interest or In tho ajrlcullur firlttH are Intcrcstod in vesuHs find rut promises or oxoufrs Trying1 to convert thr farm liy fttlsomn Tammany pvomlsos is like trying to snll him a KOld liriek Thn farm vote will not be snltwCirtl with TURNTO 5COLUMN J YORK Oct i Mae West ictrcss and author who served 10 days in jail last year for taking part In in indecent performance was again ar rested early today after police raided tho Broadway premiere her latest play Pleasure Man Fiftyfive men and women compris IK the days cast loaded In tvol wagons at the close of the ew nings performance and taken to i po lico station a block away where after several hours they were released on hail HERTZ STABLES BURNED REIGH OUNTIHAVED nairman of Cab Com pany Warned of Pos sible Violence CHICAGO Oct 2 John D Hertz racing stable near Cary In which was quartered Relgh lint 192S Kentucky Derby winner d 11 other thorobreds was de royed last nlgbt by fire of myaterl B possibly Incendiary origin Cloven thorobrefls valued at an 5200000 were burned to death lelgh Count who Is generally regard as the premier 3 year old ot merlcan track was brot unscathed om the burning barn by a quick Inking stable boy Jimmy Allen nlta Peabody another star ot ertz strinsr and known as the 2 year d cniunpton of 1027 also was saved Among tho animals lost were Leona tt named for Lcona Hertz ana be ng groomed for the 1929 Kentucky erby Sandal Fan Insula Sandal ar St Iucla tillles by Black Ber ant Kohnkona and Sir Galahad and illles out oC Luanna Heads Iellow Cab John D Hertz owner of the model tables is chairman ot tlio board ot irectora of the cellow Cab company wo largo garagea of the cab com any were bombed Sunday night Tha ire at tbe Hertz farm following vithin Icsa than 24 hours the two was seen Chicago pollen as another violent gesture tn the taxi which flured a week ago when a taxicab driver was shot dead Cary officers found several indica tions ot Incendiarism Fire broke out simultaneously at opposite enfla ot wera indications that oil had been used to give the flames quick head way Asate some distance from the stable was found to have been broken down Following tho garage bombings Sunday night extra precautions were taken to guard the valuable thoro breds nt the Cary farm Extra watch men wereemployed and a close guard was arranged to he kept in the vicinity ot tho stable Itself Blamed on Tavi War Hertz and his farm superintendent AuUioreNs Arrested who Is author for Smilli in Hhe end v If he is payirg Hoover back ior what TFoover ild for him in HIM wh y H oo r must have been either side 01 out of the roiin try during ihe campaign The In York slate are orrd in Koch body in nominate for governor A good many of Ihem are nominating Al Srtiitii Voura nofJKius Coiiyrltilit IHifl PROBE OF FRAT SYSTEM ORDERED Death of Texas Student Prompts Official In vestigation AUSTIN Tex Oct U com plcto investigation of the flreek leUei fraternity system with a view of pfH siblo abolishment was ordered at University of Texas today tollowir he death Sunday nljjht ot Nolle Me Klroy durlns liis initiation Into LL Delta Kappa Kpsilon fraternity The investigating faculty commit let which tile hoard of regents last iieil rresident IF V Benedict to Ap point nt once was instructrrl alsrt tr investigate thoroly the clrrmvistrtnfvs leading np to MrlClroys death lias cast a pall over the n ca inpiii The rodents Indicated the rase in llseir dirt not necessarily fu nlsli tbe Insis for criticism of fralorni tlis but hat it bad srrvd tn mil an undercurrent of sentiment liio hoard against them A jury investigation was vestonlny but this promised to i mero formality as Distvlot Attm ncy Mooro sairl no Indictments wrro lirliifr considrrod Fir said lie was rnnvlnc tl llic fatality wai purely and unforeseen Wfist who Is author of the play hut not a member of HH cast WOH arrested at another Dieatcr where she is starring in Diamond Til K posted JTiOt for a hearing All were producing or taking part iji tin indecent punfornuiiicc Tho raid caused considerable excite ment nmoiiK the crowded roadway lirongs Traffic was jammed ami jeers boos nnd lilsses greeted the on their short rile Miss West after licinp taken int custody fit her theater wns detainee it the joIEco station several hours After a statement by her lia3 been aken down by a police she was released under batl furnisnct a profeKalonal Jiondsman Bail fo tho members of the east furnishet tbc Actors Efiully Arrest Called Disgrace Frank Gtlmorn stcrctiry of an social in n tier hi red tho arrest oC th cast was a disgrace MHS West who her ape as 25 was appeurhiK In a ply called Sox of which slie also was the rnthoi when sho was lawt year S carried her case to trial and was eon victed KdiitMnrocl to 1 t days i the workhouse and fined Arthur Nayior both said they had no suspicions as to tbo oriprin oC the fire ml both wero reluctant to sec any onnectlon between It and the trouble etween employes of Herts1 Yollnw Cab mpany atut drivers Checker cal way pointed out by Cary police owever that the stable was nC most oilern construction and prenumably roproof Sheriff SinConl after an iiivestifi on early today telephoned to Hertz Chicago This undoubtedly In a plot it of tho trouble between the taxi ib men manifest by the bombinpfrt unday I strongly urge you not to enturo out tonight on these lonely ountry rnads f I real personal harm lie Intended for you Dont rome ut until daylifflit and then with a ollce ewcort o pherlfC nssignert 1i deputies to uard place augmenting the prlv te Rnard previously employed by lortz Is Afodrl Horse Farm Leonn farm a tract about 0 in lies from Chicago was destgned y Mrs John Hertz as a paradise for bo aristocracy of race horses Meaa rod food measured exerclac measr ired steam beat In winter and a large group of trainers nnd hlnera were a ow of tho precautions taken to guard he thorohreds There wero even ape rial skylights thru which the were filtered Into the sin Us Lawyer Asks Name of Kohler Be Put Off Nominee Lis MATISON Oct i writ j of lni Wisconsin supreme court ti issvio an order tiiat j Tlieodoni secretary of state cancel the nanifj nf Waller J KohUr as republican nominre for ffovoruor was filed with In sunretiu court lonny Tho action wan filed Ijy Krett M Wylio local at lovncy in ihe fhrtt Mr KohlT violrcUd the rrtrrnpl practiees art in noi all hLs rx pfTidlluiis as urifirr the law Mr Knliler to answer elm ryes tj rtt 5 a nt AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Me an Amy was goin to call on that Jones woman this afternoon hut nobody close to her has got a phone an I dont know how to make sure she aint at home   

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