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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                V DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PET DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEA LEASED WIRB REPORT Tvf A PTTrV Tmi7 H H L NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 31 iT M Li HOLD HUNTER IN FRANKLIN JAIL AFTER SHOOTING L e o n a r d Peters Loses Foot From Guns Discharge r FLETCHER of Memphis is in Jail at Hampton follow ng a shooting1 6 miles west of Shef leld late Friday afternoon In which eonard Peters 20 year old farmer Deceived a leg injury that made neces the members amputation above e ankle discharge of Fletchers shotgun during an altercation and t Duffle between him ana Peters grow 5 out of the farmers displeasure in idlng the Memphis man on his pro rty with hunting equipment Peters has been unable as yet to his version of the affair but two l Fletchers companions M O Tteif f Memphis and Lloyd L Geer of fison City relate that they had come the George Jensen 240 acri farm to Snt at the invitation ofMr Jensen Argued Then Scuffled Jensen told us about some low aces on his property in which he might find some Reiff nted We were proceeding In the rection toward which Jensen had Lulnted Fletcher and Geer had arcely climbed a fence when we were filed from a distance by Peters He lme toward us rapidly apparently iry angry Geer beat a retreat toward the Jhruwhich he had just climbed ott property thinking that he remained to argue not id some scufflinjr In ftie course of proceedings Fletchers gun wentl and Peters called out that he was StruckHtm in Anlde The full force of the discharge from 10 automatic took effect in the far fers left ankle According to Reiff three hunters improvised a dress for the wound from their own lathes and started with tho injured in the direction of the Peters le a quarter of a mile aivay Ar np at the house Reiff prepared a Jjrnlquet and stopped the flow of ulr Young was summoned from nton and he brot with him Deputy Iff George Farrell The officer Fletcher Into custody proceeding him to the Franklin county jail FOOTBALL SCORES M C Jr College Wartburg Monmouth Final Nebraska Wisconsin Notre OTHER SCORES Jwos on the Jensen Jta FIRST PERIOD Minnesota 14 Crelghton 0 Chicago 7 Wyoming 0 KlichiBan 0 Ohio Wesleyan 0 Harvard 7 Springfield 0 Army 7 So Methodists 7 SECOND PERIOD Ohio State 21 Wittenberg 8 ByrdReady to in Voyage to South Pole Flyer III on Tra4n Awaits Arrival of Mother Ship f OS ANGELES Oct 6 Ing from effects of a severe cold contracted oh a transcontinental train that brot him from Boston Command er Richard E Byrd was here today awaiting arrival of the whaler C A Laisen mother ship of his Antarctic exploration expedition The commander had a fever of 103 degrees when he arrived yesterday with Mrs Byrd and several of his lieutenants and aides Regretfully de clining preferred hospitality of the city the explorer said he would was rushed to Mercy hospital re City where amputation n put In next Tuesday the of the maimed log was I id necessary Recording to a report from the hos yl Saturday forenoon the operation successful and the farmers re ia assured If blood poisoning some other complication does not lie He bad rested well during the Jht It was stated No Charge Drawn Yet Fletcher will be held in the Jail at Impton without charge until the out Jno of Peters injury Is determined richer and TZeiff are representatives Ithe Thomas W Briggs company Vertlslng agency of Memphis and as ITURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 3 PASTOR REVIVES SMITH DRINKING CHARGES AGAIN Minister Denies He Ever Made State The GlobeGazette Offers Party Platforms find Election Records I Tho 1928 Campaign Guide pre Imred by our Washington informa jjlon bureau is how ready for any reader cents in coin or J tamps 1 It contains both party platforms jketches of candidates careers Otlng requirements In all states liie constitution and its aroend Ijients the records by states of all Iicent elections and summarized fcicords of every election since eorge Washington The campaign guide is an un nonpartisan collection of Jets useful to every citizen Inter ted in the problems and outcome the November elections ust published Use the coupon i Raskin Director Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau D C I Inclose herewith 10 cenis In Icoln or stamps for a copy of the ICAMPAIGN GUIDE Slrett City State To Sail on Wednesday Mrs Byrd will returnto Boston ter her husband sails probably next Wednesday morning With the little white dog that ac companied Byrd nnd Floyd Bennett in their flight over the North Pole two years ago lying at his reet the com niander outlined for newspapermen the plans and aspirations of the Ant arctic expedition The undertaking he pointed out at length was not to be a dash to the South Pole but would be a scientific mapping and exploration expedition that might last three years Reaching the pole by aJr would be only an Jnci dent ot the work he said If I wanted to make a dash I could have prepared in a month or so started much sooner than we Intend he said Instead we have been preparing for three years Stay on Job and Work When we get there we shall stay and work We can stay a year and a half easily two years without difflcul ty I should like to stay for three years Perhaps we shall We might have to live on seals and but thats all The whaler that will pick up Byrd and his men fuel provisions and spare mechanical equipment here is one of four ships of the expedition now converging on New Zealand The commander said the City of New iork a wooden ice ship which sailed from New York harbor recently is somewhere in the region ot the Gala pagos Islands the Eleanor Boiling is somewhere near Panama md the Ross carrying 100 sledge dogs is Passing thru the canal WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather outlook for the period of Uct 8 to 13 For the upper Mississippi in5 lower Missouri valleys Local showers near beginning of week probably again by middle or close otherwise mostly fair temperatures ear or above normal much of the week Talk about the near impossible Did ou ever try to change from clothes to a bathing suit In a N T Oct C charge involving the sobriety of Governor Smith and alleged to have been made lost August In Indiana by tbe Rev Manning E Van Nostrand pastor of Emmanuel Baptist church of this city was a subject of controversy today between Edward G Griffin counsel to the democratic presidential nominee and the Albany minister In a statement issued from the ex ecutive chamber at the state capltol Mr Griffin said a communication had been received there some time ago saying thatvthe Rev Mr Van No ntrand had made a statement at a Bible conference at WInona Lake Wl nona that Gov Smith was no intoxicated when he was trying to talk over the radio Immediately after he was nominated at Houston that two men had to hold him Immediately upon receipt of this Mr Griffin said the minister visited the executive offices at the governors request and was ashed in the presence of the gover nor himself and George B Graves the governors secretary after the letter had been rend to him the direct ques tion Did you ever make any such statement aboutme Pastor Denies Making Mr Griffin said the minister then asked the governor whether the writer of the letter said that he the minister had made the statement directly to the whereupon the letter Murtjlmd Radio Channel CHANGE WOULD BE DISASTROUS CANDIDATE SAYS STUETS WORLD SEKIES Sr oufs 6 v of Ce 10 N Mountain the first Parties Widen Attack as Election Day Nears By BYRON PRICK Associated Press Stall Writer MINNEAPOLIS Oct e VP again was read and peated the question re I never said the Rev Von No strand was quoted us replying Since that conference Mr Griffin said an affidavit signed by Mrs A J WIckard and sworn to Sept 17 last had been received here in which the signer deposed that on Aug 23 while In attendance at a BMe class at WI nona Lake sho heard one Mr Van Nosterland affidavit spelling sup posedly from Albany N make a statement substantially as quoted by TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 2 Wea making Its own precedents the national campaign enters its conclud ing weeks with both sides widening rather than concentrating the front of their attack Election day now te just one month abend In any ordinary campaign the first week of October would see a large percentages of the states so def initely classified as republican or democratic as to exclude them from the zone of heavy fire But not In 1328 The democrats nre expending preci ous time anil talent In such republi can strongholufi as Iowa and Kansas while republicans are chiiming half the electoral votes of the south and areseeking to carry tlu Hoover appeal to every voter in states like Georgia and Texas One of the most spectacular nklr mishes of the whole campaign is tak ing place In tho northern farm belt where for years tbe democratic party has been in hopeless minority Gover nor Smiths passage thru North Da kota Minnesota and Wisconsin has been followed by a rallying of bis friends and foes alike Senator Borah summoning all his torce and eloquence lo the support of Hoover has come in to the northwest to answer Smith and Is to be followed In turn by some of tho ablest ot tho democrats Sees Trend From Smith The republicans including James W Good Hoovers western manager says the northwestern trend Is now away from Smith and that earlier re publican apprehensions in that quar ter have been replaced by growing confidence The democrats still insist that farm defections finm Hoover nro lowans Plea Unheeded by Commission Two Stations Must Work Out Own Divisibn Board Insists UTASHINGTON Ict 6 clear radio channel must bo divided be tween stations WHO here and WO C at Davenport tho federal radio commission ruled yesterday Governor John Hammill accom panied by representatives of tho two stations and W5UI Iowa City re ceived a negative answer to a request for the assignment of a clear to WHO and a regional channel with time to be shared with a west coast station to WOC BOTH WHO and WOC originally were assigned to regional part time channels hut upori a recent protest a clear channel was given Iowa The commission was quoted as saying yes terday that tho two stations are to work out a division of radiocasting time Gerald S Nollen president of Bank ers Lite company owner of WHO said that tho commissions ruling would be protested Any arrangement for WHO and WOC to share time on the air would be most ho said It would mean that no chain programs nould be broadcast in Yanks Cards Confident o Third Tussle Red Birds Expect to Get Active With Hats Sunday By CARL S nRANDEBURT Associated Press Sporfs ABOARD NEW YORK YANKEES SPECIAL ENROUTB TO ST Utica N Oct 6 with wo clear victories over the St Louis Cardinals in the worlds scries the New York Yankees arc riding tho rails today in high hopes of capturing four straight from the National league champions and duplicating tlietr per formance against the Pittsburgh Pirates lust year We will make It If wr drawled Babe Rpth Who started all this about tho Yanks xinp a setup for the Cards We look pretty good for MilletHuggln figured todny on starting Zachary against the Cards In Sundays game TJio veteran south Will Rogers SPRINGFIELD Oct C been hearing appeals over tho radio for funds and I thot sure it must be for Florida or Porta Rico or somo despair ing cause and come to find out it was the demo cratic campaign treasurer seek ing first aid Nights when I h e candidates dont talk over Lho radio why their treasurers go asking for money enough to pay for the radio for the next night for ther andidate WILL ROGERS Both parties have got to a point now where they will tako old clothes or second hand cars or anything Thern Is peculiar charities In this country Youra WILL ROGERS Copyright RUMORS OF WAR ARE HEARD IN TOWN Political Conventions May Bring Riots Officers Fear i WIENER NEUSTADT Aubtrla Oct 6 The rattlo ot musket ry and the tread ot marching troops were heard tnjay In Wiener Neustndt as this Industrial center 30 miles south of Vienna prepared for possi ble disorders and bloodshed when two rival political organizations meet to Hio likely to turn this whole group ot stales into the democratic column While tho party leaders were dis putlng over Mr Hoovers chances in fURN TO PAGE S COLUMN fi IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Saturday nlglit und Sunday cooler Saturday night silently cooler Sunday in ex treme southeast portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazelle weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock m Saturday Friday 69 Desrces In Defirees 8 a m 58 Decrees TO BE AT SAN ANTONIO Pershing Due at Legion Con vention Sometime Sunday SAN ANTONIO Oct 6 With special trains of Legionnaire converging on San Antonio from all di rectlons today those in charge of housing delegates to the American Le gion convention which opens Monday estimated former soldiers woulci be here by nightfall That figure will be swelleJ tomor row with arrival of upwards of 30 reg ular and special trains bringing dele Sates Four emergencylanding fields had been provided In addition to the eight army municipal and commercial fly ing fields to accommodate the large number of planes expected for the five day convention National Or imamler Edward F Spafford and n party from Indlnnap oils were expected to head the all contingent Into town today The spenl last night at Muskogcc Okla Gen John J Pershlng was due tn return tomorrow o the familiar scones ie left behind more than 10 ycrir ago when he wns called from Snr Antonio to rn imnnd the American Expeditionary Forces In the World war GLASS PLATFORM MAY BEJET UP Plan to Have Smith Talk at Soldier Field Chicago m CHICAGO Oct 6 Alfred Smith may campaign from within a house ot glass when he comes to Chicago Oct 19 Democratic leaders suggested this last night when it was learned that the nominees speech would be made two days later than originally sched uled The coliseum where the gover nor was to have spoltcn will not be available 10 Soldier field was proposed due to n lack of auditoriums with large ca pacity Then It remembered that Governor Smith would be reluctant to speak out of doors so late In the fnll Were gorng to Inquire possibility ot putting up a into the patform ncoKed in a clear glass at Soldier Martin J ORrfen democratic county club mid would save the governor from expos ure and let tho thousands see him while ho speaks His speecli would hnve to be rlefl ly amplifiers even in a largo hull nnd we hope the glass can bn handled In such a way that It wont mar the effect When wo learn what be rtonp well have to obtain his approval of the S WATCH THE BALL Tho tho Cards arc two down to the Ynnks in the worhl scries hnsc bnll followers arc Imping Si Louis will do heller on her nwn diamond in tho Sunday game The Plny ogrnpli a mechanical device show ing every play ol the game nnd Imowii already to many fans will ho operating starting at oclock anil everyone is cordially invlteil to Wntch the paw Is still possessed of a mean curve ball and a wise head and tho midget manager calculated that Zachary will be Just the mart to win the third game It looks like Znchary for tomor said Hugglns hut it tbe day is dark I may start Johnson who hap a good fast ball anil curves We will try to end this series as qulokly we can but baseball is uncertain so 1 am not any made mlnule prepartlons were Doing for separate propaganda meet Ings of the social democrats who rule Vienna and the holmwchr or so called home defense league ot Chris tian socialists who control tho Auo trian government Thousands ot the inhabitants were temporarily abandoning tbe city which has taken on tho appcanince of gigantic armed citadel The Austrian government sent troops anil gpniiarmos armed with rifles bayoncta machine HUIIB nnd artillery The governor of lower Austria assumed command ot the se curity forces the direction of tho chief of police troops were firing round after round oC ammunition In targetpractice In tho suburbs Tho authorities commandeered the arge municipal hospital with 300 beds in case It should he needed during the ival meetings Present patients wera being evacuated AH available physi cians in Vienna were ordered to be in Wiener Neiistartt tomorrow Valuable property wns being banked about with eandbags against any pos sible bombardment The 443 factories of tho city ceased work Business men barricaded their shops Klcctric signs on the streets were removed There has been one casualty al ready a socialdemocrat having shot the former burgomaster of the town of Helsscnbach twice thru the chest KELLOGGWJLL QUITJARCH4 Secretary Has No Desire to Be Reappointed to Cabinet 0 cmujuenccj WASMIXGTOX Oct G fn tlie camp of rtill McKcnolinies Xnjtnry Kelloffff loiTny rnrulo it known Tennessee Crowd Hears Restatement of Farm Aid PLIZABETHTON Oct i yp Hoover first re publican presidential candidate to make a personal bid for the electorial voto of solid south told an audi ence gathered here today from North Carolina and Virginia as wel as Ten nessee that n change of national poli tics at this time could bring only distress and The republican Invader of dem ocracys ancient stronghold expanded his views on farm relief prohibition and other platform declarations made no reference to the religious questions that are stirring southern states but did appeal tor fair play and food sportsmanship In tho campaign We provo ourselves worthy ot he said and worthy of confidence an officials in proportion is wo keep these contests free from abuse free from misrepresentation inl tree from words and acts that carry regret In a contest liks this there Is no place for personal bitcrnnss A great atrlbuto of our political life hus been the spirit of fair play with which our presidential contests have been waged In former years and the sportsmanlike SiSiJ whlch CARDS ARE JOVIAL By WILLIAM A CIUPMAX Associated Press Sports ENROUTE WITH THE CARDIX ALS TO ST LOUIS Oct 6 Un less tho Cardinals aro putting on false colors there Is sufficient confidence iiiy mae t n lional league champions to Indicate tin11 tht ho would resign at the rnrt 1328 world series his not been decided Iirsident Coolldges administration In favo or men 1 esuienL administration In favor of the Yankees with tho two nlso stnted on behalf of the victories already scored by tbe thut he had no desire to be Icnn league Manager McKochnfc smiling and chatting with a group of players In his enr attached to the Pennsyl vania trnln that is carrying the team to St Louis Wo might lie down but were not said McTOchnle mil to his left wns Jim Itoltomlpy who TURN TO PAGE 6 COLUMN 3 rejippolntcd to lirad the state depart ment a post which hns held since to resignation of Charles Kvnna if ughes It IH that a kitchen sixty ly feet would hold all jf the a woman would like to buy at l Wisconsin State Journal Hoover confined prohibition statement to paragraph in which he said Tho purposo of the eighteenth amendment Is to protect tho American home A sacred obligation is Imposed on the president to secure its honest inforcement and to eliminate the abuses which have grown up nrounrt It I wish it to his plan for farm relief the condldate declared that no such farreaching and specific pro posal has ever been jnado by a cal party on behalf of an Industry in our Ho aclrtcrt that It marks our desire or establishment of farmers stabll ty and at the same time maintain ils Independence and In this concise language Hoover ro tated tho proposal for farm relltf Wn Bland pledged to create a Iccl rnl board of men sympathetic with he problem to be clothed with powers nnd resources with which not mly to further aid farmers cooper ative nnd assist generally in solving bo multitude of different farm prob cms which arise from all quarters ot our nation but In particular to build ip with Initial advances of capital rom the government nnd fnrmercontroled stabilization corporations which will protect rmmcr from depressions and emoml Izatlon of summer and periodic sur pluses Plan for Farm Alii Such an Instrumentality should bn able to develop as years go on the con structive measures necessary 10 solvo the farmers problems that will Inevitably arise It is no proposal of subsidy or fee or tax on the farmcv It In a proposal to assist the farmer on to his own feet Into control of own destinies This is not a theoretic formula Tt Is n business proposition designed to make farming more prof Declaring that ho advocated the strengthening of ths proteetivn TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN t AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I reckon its right about reachin a mans heart thru his stomach but sometimes its a mighty long detour to reach a mighty small   

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