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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                ft r o WAS DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA T UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 314 CARDINALS LEAD IN JTH 2 TO 1 HOOVER TALK IN TWIN CITIES IS ADVISERS WISH Managers Disturbed by Reports From Wheat Section By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer ASHINGTON Oct 3 Herbert Hoover had before him for ap proval today a tentative schedulefor his one day visit to New Yorlc City on Oct 22 when he will deliver the fourth ana last of his set campaign addresses In the eastern section of the The draft was prepared in New York by party leaders in conference George Akerson personal assist jant to the republican candidate It for a busy day including con ferences with political managers be ore the visit to Madison Square Gar ien where the addresses will he de ivered prepares Boston Address Atter his New York address Hoov Jr will return to Washington to re Jiain perhaps a week before packing jlp for his journey across the contin during which he will deliver at least one major address His last days iere wili be devoted to final directions or the closing drives in the cam Just now the nominee is dividing time between preparation of his Boston address next week and confer nces with hia closest advisers as to and policies the most intensive part of the presi dential fight There are Indications that renewed efforts will he made in a number of sectors from which have reports of situations that nre not satisfactory as those on the jround would like Some disturbing reports have come n from the northwestern wheat pro ducing section and it is hat Hoover has been urged by some his advisers to make a personal istt to that territory during his trip lome to vote speaking preferably at he Twin Cities of Minnesota i Dedicate Shoals to Agriculture Amplifying on section of the eech he delivered last Saturday at llzabethton the republican standard n a formal statement last ght said he entirely agreed with the to dedicate the great govern ent plant at Muscle Shoals to agri and the disposition of the sur us power on such terms and condi ins as will safeguard and protect all iiblic ille declared tljere was no question I government ownership about uscle Shoals as the government al ady owns both tho power and the trate plants Ho added that tho re ibllcan administration had recom endecl that It he dedicated to nsri ilture for research purposes and de elopment of fertilizers in addition to s national defense I War Notables to Review Legion Parade Los Angeles to Fly Over Iowa at Night Dirigible Expected to Pass Above Burlington on Trip to East BULLETIN FORT WORTH Texas Oct 9 ginnt navy dirfeible Los Angeles took oft from the moor ins mast nt the United States lie Hum plant here at 9 oclock this morning on its return flight to Lakchurst N J Several thousand persons were on hand to bid tlie craft adieu PORT WORTH Texas Oct 9 Refueled and restocked with food stuffs the navys giant dirigible Los Angeles was tinder orders to proceed back to its home station at Lake hurst N today thus completing a cruise Its first into the heart ot the United States Lieut Com H in com mand had announced the ship would oast oft on tho return trip some time after 9 a m today weather con ditions favoring Tho announced route lay by way of Demon Texas Ana and Tulsa Urie and Paola Kansas City Buvlingrton Iowa Chicago South Bend Toledo and Cleveland Pitts burgh and Philadelphia No interme diate stops were contemplated on the approximate 43hour journey Tlia dirigible is expected to pass over Bur lington some time tonight The shiptied StHtes helium plants mooring mast here lost night after concluding a 48 hour cruise down across Dixie to pay a visit to the American Legion con vention at San Antonio It was the ships first venture west of Detroit The objective was reached at a m yesterday and the Angeles soared above tho city for several MAY HEAD LEGION GEN ROY HOFFMAN This Oklahoma City war vet eran is one of the leading candi dates tor next commander of the American Legion at its San Antonio convention GIANT ZEPPELIN READY FOR HOP FROM GERMANY hours before turning northward to Fort Worth Tho return route was selected by the commander from a list of many available routes charted in advance which would permit the ship to take advantage of weather conditions while carrying out wishes of nAval officials to afford a large number of persons to see the ship Levines Ship Columbia Wil Try Rome Flight HOOSEVELT FIELD D Oct Charles A Lcvines veteran Goodell Reunion Held GOODELL Oct family re nlon was held at the D M ome Sunday Those present were Mr nd Mrs Joe Houghton and son Ju ior HIrle Idaho Reginald Hough in of Marshalltown Selwyn on of Belmond Mrs R B Hough on and sons Clement and Cholm nd daughter Daphne ot Spirit Tiko Irs Conlan was formerly Miss Vida oughton Will Rogers NEW HAVEN Oct Seven people were killed in the whole of America over the week end In airplanes and the way the n e w s p ap ers headlined it you would have thot Nicaragua had Invaded U S Yet in New York City alone 15 were killed and 70 wounded with bad liquor to say nothing i about Chicago So Its safer to Itaki n flight lt WILL ROGERS oney is spent on the cam Isrns that I doubt if either man good as they nre are worth hat It will cost to elect him Yours WILT ROGERS Copyright monoplane Columbia was ready today for a takeoff at dawn tomorrow on Its second crossing of the this time to Home Plans for the flight were announced by Roger Q Williams veteran avm or who said ho would pilot the plane vlth Pietro Bonelli 03 navigator and as a possible passenger The Columbia which was cracked up in Italy after its flight oC almost 000 miles from New Yorlc to Qjr nany in June 1927 has since Iwtn rebuilt TViHIams said me chanics had about completed a lining up ot the machine that Its mo or has been checked and the huge uel tanks that carried it on its flight o Germany havo again been id stalled Lievino gained tlie distinction of icing the first transAtlantic airplane passenger on his flight to Germany vlth Clarence D Clmmbcrlln Bonelli declared weather it sea to ho exceptionally good at this time Should the Columbia run nto thick weather half way across h they would try to locate the Ger man dirigible Count Zeppelin which irobahly will ho enroute to this coun ry nt this time and escort her to Lakehurt N J Weather Will Signal Takeoff to Lake hurst CRIEDRICHSHAFEX Germany Oct 9 person gathered here today in the hope seeing Graf Zeppelin German dir igible start tomorrow on its transAt lantic voyage to Lakehurt Jf with passengers and mull Dr Hugo Kckencr commander tho airship awaited the reports of weather prospects before he would an nounce the starting time or his route Each of the passengers has been in ured for marks in case of death and the rlrahlp has also been insured Dr Eckener said the round trip to the United States would cost marks which would cover al lowances for depreciation repairs and insurance Newspaper interests thai have been given the right fo file dis patches from the airship will furnish most of the revenue for the trip A chain of American newspapers will pny marks and twc German publications will pay marks between them Four private pnssegcrs were charged marks The other marks needed to make up tho total cost will come from the German postal department to pay for carrying mail Tho total revenue however willnot pay the cost of c trial flights in eluding the mile trip over Eng land the North Sea last week IOWA FORECAST Fair Tuesday nlclit Wednesday increasing rioiuiincss slightly warmer Wednesday anil in cx tremn northwest portion Tuesday night LOCAL STATISTICS 24 TWO HELD FOR OTTUMWA DEATH Grand Jury Reports Shelly Was Killed by Shotgun Wounds OTTUMWA Oct rec ommendation of the coroners Jury Lizzie Burns and Al RIttenour were eld for investlRntion without today in connection with the staying oe Alvla Shelly 38 whose death Sun day Attributed by the jury to shotgun wounds fired with intent tt Jljfftiest Monday 75 Degrees Lowest in Night 45 Decrees At 8 A M Tuesday 53 negroes With tlv wind back in the north west Tuesday morning the prospect or a continuance of warm weather not bright There was a bright sun however Mondays maximum was only 3 degrees under thnt of Oct FORMER SOLDIERS WILL RLE BYJTANDS Famed British Marshal Will See Yanks on Parade SAN ANTONIO Oct 3 Thru flagdraped streets of this southwestern city at whose nearby training camps and army posta many of them first heard the terse command of Attention more than 10 years ago Legionnaires prepared today to march hi review to the accampani ment ot martial music from 100 bunas The parade feature and sole busi ness of the second days program of he tenth annual American Legion convention as the magnet that prom sed to tiring attendance to its peak Xdding to the distant visitors estimated to be here now hosts of south Texas residents poured into the city today to witness the events Parade Three Hours Starting shortly before noon march ers will require more than three hours to pass one of several reviewing stands erected near Texas shrine of patriotism the Alakor Gen John J Pershing Secretary ot War Dwigut Davis Field Marshall Viscount Allen by Mnj Geu Henry T Allen com mander of the Nintleth division on tr other distinguished vlsit SCORE BY INNINGS Innlngs 1234 YANKS E S ffl D CARDS 01 ID D Q 03 B R H li I I111 J ERROR BY HURLER PUTS CARDS ONE RUN IN ADVANCE Two inbiisand wounded veterans al so have been given vantage points to view the pageant of marchers Moth ere wives and sisters of tho Lesion naires have positions in the line of matell The march climaxes the scores ol impromptu and informal parades tliilt have been going on almost continuous ly since Sunday Impatient to get TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 5 PLAY BY FIKST had to gajlop back to first Yankees Paschal up S h e r d e Lazzcri up Ball one outside warmed up briefly Strike one singled sharply into left for Strike two called This was a first hit of the series Gebrlg halt on the outside corner Ball one at second Dugnn lined side Ball two outside Foul to Orsatti Bengough Ball a long drive Into the left outside Ball two outside Hafey stands Smith smothered a nice catch of Bengoughs short oul behind the plate Keenly up One run two hits no errors two j ICocnlg stung a single into left up Ball one wiilo Strike one Smith The boys in Ball two Inside Ruth hit into left field stands cheered Ruth as double play Bottomley taking walked to his position Ball one grounder touching first the Smith hit into right field first baseman then threw to a single for his second hit Mar ville who touched Koenig as he Strike one called Strike into the bag No runs une called Maranville forced Smith errors none to Koenig who threw wildly Cardinals Orsatti Foul the stands Maranville going to one Strike two called This was Sherdel up Strike one called ast ball on the outside Hall one one low outside Sherdel flicd Jail two outside Ball three to Paschal Orsatti Strike Orsatti struck out talcing a called Mariinvillo scored when called strike with the wood on threw wildly into center field shoulder High up Brill une to catch him napping Foul High sent up a high fly which Ruth strike two Ball two high Ijnll lost in tho SUM High making inside Orsatti struck out swing bases on the lilt Frisch up for a third strike One run one one called Ball one outside two errors mine left strike two Ball two outside three low outaidu Jfrlsch INNING swinging for a third strike Hoyt strike one low Bail two Paschal up Pas side Bail three high wide Blngled into center Hoyt stopping ley got a base on balls the second Koenig up Ball one low pitch being high and wide Hafey Ball two low Koenig poppei Hoyt threw out Hafey it first Frisch Rtitii up Ruth grounded runs one hit no errors two to Botlomley Hoyt going to third SECOND stopped at second Gehrlg ui Yankees Llehrig up Ball one Bull one outside Ball two outside side Hall two low throe outside Gehrifr wns passed three outside Strike one fourth ball being wide and the Ciehrig was ticketed to first the were filled Meusel up Bai ball being low Jleusel up outside Meusel forced Gehrig strike one Ball one outside to Frisch No runs tivo strike two Aleusol struck out no errors three left ing for a third strike Lnxzcri up High Bull one out Ball one low Strike one Strike one swung High filed Strike two swung Bull two to rfscli up Ball one Lazzeri sent up a high one to Ball two high Ball three ville Dugan up Strike one Strike one called strike two Frisch took Dugans towering fly Hoyt threw out Frisch at runs no hits no errors one Bolfomlry up Ball one high Cardinals Harper up Strike Ball two high Strike one called Harper went out LasMtcrl to Foul strike two Foul But rig Smith up Strike one This struck oul with the hat on St Louis Scores First in Third Inning but Homer by Ruth Ties Score Until Maranville Brings in Second Run in Fourth SPORTSMAN PARK St St Louis Cardinals made their bid to pievent the ending of the world series games here today by getting a one run lead over the New lork Yankees late in the fourth inning The score was tied in the fourth by the Yankees after Or satti St Louis gave the Cards their first run scoring on Bottomleys high fly to center field count was soon evened in the third when Babe Ruth cracked out a homer that went clear into the next street This stood the count when the Cards untied the score in their half of the fourth frame Tho first Yankee inningwas score Icss altho Koenig second man up singled nicely while Hutli came to hit into a double play retiring me side The Cards in their hale made a nice start by getting two men on with one out but failed to bring In a rup High got on second when Ruth lost liis high fly in the sun and Prisch was walked The second inning was opened wilh a walk for Gehrlg The great Mcusel tlitii struck out on four pltulied halls Luzeri followed In the out column with a fly to Marunvlllo while niade it throe by popping out The second frame for the Cards came and went minus the threats despite Court in Wisconsin Says Kohlers Name May Stay on Ballot MADISON Oct 9 er J Kobler will not have to fight for his republican nomination for gover nor before tho state supycme court That tribunal today denied the pier of Fred M Wylie for an alternative i a halt speed curve hull Foul strike writ ot mandamus calling on Theodor Danmuinn secretary of state and Mr Kohler to show cause why the hitters lame should not be removed from the tallot or to remove the name without argument MAY MOVE TO OUSTJJFFICIAL Tama County Treasurer An nounces He Will Not Resign BES MOINES Oct 0 ol Tama county were here today for P conference with Attorney General John Fletcher to determine whether sufficient basis exists for institution of ouster proceedings against J li Elston Tama county treasurer Elston declined to accept the board of supervisors request that he resign nftcr he hnd been charged with lax ity In tho conduct of his office fluent to confession by C R Otter nan his deputy to embezzlement of of county funds The treasurer snid he would fight In tho courts against forced resignation County Attorney James M Wlllett and three members of tho board of su pervisors comprise tho eking Fletchers advice delegation Gravel Hauler Is Saved From Death in CaveIn by Team GIIRI3NI3 Oct Jackson the warmest day of the month sojSravel hauler can thank his team of Ifar horses for caving his life after n section ot the gravel pit six miles west of here had caved In on him yes terday Jackson was covered to the In the cnvcin but vns just able to reach the end of tho wagon Cramp ing a firm hod ho spoke to the which moved off in obedience to his command He wns pulled from his travel prison tho ho received a hrok 1In leg nnd other injuries In tho effort j Ho was brot to CIroone nnd Inter taken to the Wavcrly hospital lis shfiiilder No runs iiu no errors none left two A spectator was hurt by a foul in tho upper field stands Smith got a singlo past Maranvltlc up one Inside Strike one called Ball two Smith went out stealing Bengough to Kocnig Mnranvlllc hit a long liner into right for a two base hit Meusel was barely able to get his hands on the ball Kherdel Ball one low Striko one swung I Shordel grounded out to unj iissisteil No runs two hits no errors Widow of Railroad Builder THIRD INNING c T T Ur 1 Yankees Bcngough one I OUCCUntDS 1 WO WCCKS After Husband WOMAN DIES IN 12STORY FALL to steal second Sherdel went out in order Got Thrill In Third The New Yorkers gave the fans brief thrill in the third when Ben gough singled was sacrificed to ond advanced to third by 1usu grounder However the suspense wu shortlived CmKoenig failed to anil wits out at first The Cards started tlie scoring their half of the third when On cunic across the home plate after tomley had sent up a high fly to cen ter Orsatti cracked out a leaguer to get to second base The famed bat of the King oC Swat the score early in the fourth frame when he swatted one out uC the into tlic next street There was one on base Tho Gehrlg got a walk iml Lazzeri a single in the inning the core remained 1 and 1 In the Inst of the fourth inning 1ards untied tho count when Wiute foyt made a bad throw to second is0 in attempt to catch Mnranviiic lapping Maranville went home on he overthrow The Cards got a man HI onrly in the frame when Smith Sig naled Minanville then forced Smith nit the former was safe at second on Koenlss wild throw went into the box Rosy was also wild and almost beaned Bob Meusel Herb Iennock Exercises The crowrt was still slow In arriv ng and looking on at the proceeding i vlth an undisguised lack of entnusi sm It was a curious contrast with he usually peppery atmosphere of a vorld series game Herb Pcnuock the famous Yimkca eft hunder made his first appenranco on the pitching hill when he took ovor ho delivery for batting practice from itynn The slim southpaw who hos been kept out of active combat by neuritis twirled easily but with very Bteam His offered a similarity to that ot Sherdel the Yankees expected to face In cai nest later culled Bull one low Ball two out side Rengough got a long single to left Hoyt sacrificed Smith to Rottomley Paschal tools PaschaPs grounder and threw him out Bengoiigh ffolncr to third Koenig up one outside Foul strike one Ball two low Strike called Frisch tossed out Koenig N runs one hit no errors one Icff Cardinals Orsatti one out side Foul strike one Strike two swung two outside high Ball three lligh Orsatti got a Texas lengucr into enter for two bases High one outside Ball two high Foul strike one High hunted safely Orsnttl fioinflr to third Frisch The home folks are now cheering tlie Cardinals to the echo The Yankee infield en me in on the grass Frisch NEW YORK Oct 9 Ar thur T Still well widow of the railroad Iniilder who died two weeks jumped or fell to her death today from her apartment on the twelfth floor oC a west end avenue building Her body landed on the roof of an adjoining structure Mrs K W Robb Mrs Stilhvells sisterinlaw nnd Mr Robb were In Uio apartment nt the time Mrs Stillwell Recording to the police left a letter addressed to Mrs Robb Its contents were not made public Mrs Stillwelis husband who died on Sept 20 was a builder and a former president of the Kansas City Pittsburgh and Gulf railroad nnd one swung Frisch filed j lines Mrs Htillwell aliout out to center Orsutt scoring High held first Rottomley sent up a high foul to Bengongh Hafey one Inside Tiall two high Ball three Inside Strike one called Strike two called Foul This wns a long liner that was foul by a foot Hafey walked the fourth pitch being low High moving to second liurper strike tine Strike two called Hall one outside Hall two high Foul Harper struck out yenrs old Laying Cornerstone of U of M Memorial Is Feature MIXX R A POMS Oct 9 ing the cornerstone of the Northrop memorial auditorium will be an event of annual homecoming at tlie swinging weakly on a curve One nin University of Minnesota Oct 20 two hits no errors two left With several thousand former FOlRTH INNING I dels back on the university Yankees Ruth one officials have decided hnvo tho cx Ball one low Hall two inlercisps thnt day The auditorium side Ruth hit a homo rim over the named for Cyrus Northrup second right field stundn It was his first home run of the series the brill went president was built mainly by contri butions from alumni students fucul nto the noxt street Gehrlg and friends of the one outsldo low Strike one swung lutlon Ball two low Striko two swung A body of 21f students working Kali three outside Gohrig got a base the belief that each homecoming day on lialls for the scconrl time Hie slionid superior to its prodneessor HOYT VS SHERDEL fourth pitch being low Meiisil Mcusol out a long fly to Orsatti Is in I ho fortnight of efforts in propnynij for homecoming Hy 1 Associated Press Spurts ICditor SPORTSMANS IAUK ST Kt turned hark three successive times nnd facing a complete route In ibe worlds series battlo rallied thoir forces hehind Willie Sherdel today tho fourth last unless the of the home guards proved fcctivo Sherdel not only set out to south paw the to defeat but chuse ibu jinx they havn had on him lie has lost nil three of his previous starts against tho New Yorkers Hoyo who boat Shordel In ihc wns back on tlie firing line for tlie Yankees after a rest Decking his sixih worlds series tri umph This would tie him with Cliiof Ilendir famous old pitcher of Athletics for tho yreutest number of series victories by my luirlnr Arilnr Thn resumption of tho series after u days postponement due to rain seemed to have cooled some of the fans ardor nlthn it wus hot enough under a broiling sun for those who sit in tho blciichers in shirt sleeves There were vacant patches in Uic bleachers nnd stands that hnd ho en pncketi to the limit Sunday lilnccd tho crowd at not more than at the start Tho Cardinals had a prolonged liiig drill the they have yet had nnd a lot of trinl base hits tied against tlio ramparts Tho Yankee had their turn at the pltuo with Henry Johnson oi the mound taking tho punishment In Henry almost crirnu to an tlmoly conclusion when ho bavjly avoided absorbing n terrific dive from Tilths lint Tho lnlp thfi holt PCI ono clear over the roof of i rightftdd stands besides hitting two of Ihn nnd longest fouls over i en at Sportsmans park This for Johnson He lost control and Itosv TEXAS PRIEST IS FOUND DEAD Churchman and Paper Hang er Dead Hint Murder Suicide a Rev Anthony De Simonn uf St In Kophs Cutliolio church and John Jtose u pn inter and paper hanger wcro found shot lo death in the homo here today Both men appurontiy died Instantly of bullet wounds In the head A 13 culilire pistol with ihrco shells dis charged and the fourth showing thu hammer hnd against It was found on the r ior under Hoses arm Father He Simonc wns shot thru the mouth and Rose wus killed by n bullet which entered rlsht temple The priests hrad WHH resting on tha sent of a swivel chair in front of hla doslc The first porsnn lo cnlrr the room Insirlllo said he wns walking toward the front of thrhoiisa wher he heard three shots Christ Kckers Rnrilener testified at the Inquest thai ho MLW two men and a woman entei tho shortly before the shooting A pistol with three was found on the floor under Roses inns the belief Hint Knsf killed priest ami then com nil tod suicide Tho coroner announced a verdkt would lie withheld pending further do AUNT HET By Robert Quilleu If there aint no marry in in heaven men aint goin to be happy there They wont have anything to complain   

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