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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV CENTS PEP Ci ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY 10 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 1 COMPLETE PLANS FOR PQOSEVELT ADDRESS SMPARRFIRM FILL EXPAND TO IEET DEMANDS Being Spent on Charles Gity Plant This Year CITY Oct here are looking forward to an arly start of building activities in Sfconnectlon with the HartParr expan IjBion program that is included In a re Typapitaiizatlon plan announced yester It will mean the issuance of shares of accumulative pre ferred stock and increase the common stock from to shares Capitalization will bo increased from to According to a statement given out Iy the company a halt million dol Jars is being expended by the com Riany this year for extensions to its Jlant The moving genius behind the Ahole program is President M W pills S W White of Chicago has been hected director of the company the Sther members being C D Ellis M IV Ellis A H Witt and B Wallacer it Charles City C H MoKlder of llason City and E W Miller of Wa terloo Steady Growth Revealed In tho statement announcing the tow financing plan it was pointed out jat the HartParr Increase In sales 1 tractors hns more than kept pace fjith the rapid growth of the tractor fdustry in the United States tractor sales in tho Jvitcment said were 38 per cent rfcer than In 1925 In 1927 35 per r than in 1926 and in the Sj 10 months 1928 32 per cent No Defense Reduction Religion Is Necessary to Government President Tells Episcopalians World Is Im proving J otslffjl Torifhf past four and the Increase over the correaponaihs Quarter ot thepre yious year The expansion Just ahead It 1s I pointed out will enable the HartParr company to keep up with tho demand Ifor its product that definitely in 1 eight Will Apply for Listing CHICAGO Oct 10 Chicago Shtcck exchange has learned that the 9fartPnrr company tractor manu facturers of Charles City Iowa will immediately for listing of a new lynuu ot common stock following lotion of the company to increase its wmnion stock from to Iiares Creation of shares of convertible preferred stock also jlis been voted ot the sale of the new mes are to be used to retire out Ing issues of bonds and stocks lirchase of new stock by stockholders to be permitted on tho basis of of a share of preferred I eighttenths of common for each share held at per unit MrASHINGTON Oct 10 dressing the general convention of the Episcopal church hero today PreDi clent Coolldge proclaimed religion to be necessary for the continuation of American government and tho main tenance ot those liberties and privi leges which are characteristic Am erican life Wo can not remind ourselves too the chief executive said Uiot our right to bo tree the support of our principles of justice our ions to other in our domestic airs and our duty to humanity Ibrocxd the confidence In each other necessary to support our social and economic relations and finally the fa bric ofour government itself all rosl on religion Must Not Loosen Bonds If the bonds of our religious con victions become loosened the ties which have been erected for Uie protection oC life and liberty and aV he vast Body of rights that lie be twcen aro The present convention and otncr similar organizations were taken by Mr Coolidge as evidence that major forces of the world were ac tively and energetically engaged In promoting the spiritual advancement1 of humanity he continued we remem ber further that this movement is steadily advancing thru tha years ve TURN TO PAGE 10 COIAJMN 3 STOPPING FIRES MEANS BILLION DOLLAR SAVING Harry RogenTTells 200 Business Men About Losses of the fire losses of Fletcher Bound Over on Charge of Assault With Intent to Maim HAMPTON Oct Harry Fletch er Memphis arraigned here this morning on a charge of assault with intent to malm waived prelim inary examination and was bound over to the Franklin courrfy jury by Justice of the Peace D Parlts Fletchers bond fixed at Fletchers charge grew out an altercation with Leonard Peters Franklin county farmer when tho farmer ordered him and two hunters oft his Innd Tho farmer was shot in the ankle during the encounter the United States a loss so large that it could double the pay of every school teacher and leave as a va cation fund for each is preventable Harry K Rogers Chicago famous fire prevention orator told a group of 200 business men at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday noon The meeting was one of the series of gatherings which is being staged jointly by the Chamber of Commerce and the service The Lions wore the hosts Wednesday and the crowd was welcomed by John Shipley presl dcnt of the club Garficld Breese president of the Chamber of Com mercc presided The Invocation was given by the Rev Jewel L Plckett Local Firemen Guests Music included several numbers by the Rusty Hinge quartet presented by Mr Shipley Eilson Cornell led in community singing Special guests a the luncheon included Dan Shire chie of the ftre department and as many of his men as could be spared from duty The address by Mr ROBOTS was most effective plea for the cause o fire prevention It told the story o tragic experiences in fires It In graphic presentations th pictures of ir The fire States m V Vfm 1 lousel t Democratic Nominee Stops Off Here on Way to Gamer PL W Houscl Humboldt democrat candidate for tho governorship of Iwa stopped in Mason City Wednes Ky niffht Tuesday afternoon he was t Webster City and that evening at lagle Grove where his address was e feature ot a sponsored tho Chamber of Commerce The GlobeGazette I Offers Game Laws if or 192829 Now that the hunting season is i here you will want to know all I about game laws Tha lure of the woods is compelling but the game J warden must be reckoned with j Prepare yourself for this reckon Jingr by knowing the iaw This bureau has for distribution la booklet which contains all the in 1 formation you will need on the sub jject Just fill out the attached coupon and Inclose 4 cents In coin Jor stamps for return postage and handling Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 rents in coin or stamps for a copy of Hie GAME LAW BOOKLET State he sa3 dollars a fund s large that It cannotbe understood b the average person Besides this ther is a loss lives while aro injured and become public charge tvery year because of fires Could Be Prevented Of those fire losses It hns been esl mated that 87 per cent aro preven able Mr Kogers stated because the TURN TO PAGE is COL 7 Hoover Mkkes Bid to Southland CORN SONG IS AGAIN FEATURE OF CONVENTION Pershing Allenby and Davis Are on Pro gram CAN ANTONIO Oct 10 A promise that the administration does not contemplate any weakening of the national defense because of the recently signed Kellogg treaties was given the American Legion today by Secretary of War Dwlght F Davis in an address in which he praised the purpose and statesmanship of the documents As secretary of ho said I know tho great value of the support which has been given by the Ameri can Legion to our national defense Desirous of peace you nevertheless have realized that wo must not jeopar dize our heritage ot liberty during our search for a panacea for war Therefore you will wish to know that your efforts have not been misdi rected Tho government does not In tend that there should be any weaken ing of tho national defense as a result of these Tho treaties Davis described as a preliminary treatment for an ageold Ho pointed out that whereas the niler was once commanclerinchief of his people the ruler now IB com manderlnchief of the army alone and that neoplo now are enlightened and do not go to war as blindly as they Herbert Hoover republican prcsirtciifial candidate snapped in a speaking pose at on his brief spcaltinp invasion of the south Beloiv Hcprcsciitativo B Carroll fjcoce tho candi rlalo and Mrs Hooicr on their arrival Chililers Tcnn SHEFFIELD MEN HURTIN BLAST Faulty Boiler Blamed for Ex plosion of Steam Tractor SHEFFIELD Oct William Horstman and William Hamburg hoth local residents were severely scalded and otherwise injured yesterday when a steam tractor with which they were grading the highway four miles west of here exploded throwing boiling hot water and live steam over the two men A faulty boiler was blamed for the blast Horstman was brot here and given medical attention while his compan ion who was the more seriously in jured was taken to tho Lutheran hos pital in Hampton CHARLES CITY TOHEARCAPPER Kansas Senator Scheduled for Address in Ellis Auditorium CHARLES CITY Oct S Senator Arthur Capper of Topoka will speak on present clay political issues in the Ellis auditorium tonight at S oclock County Chairman W K Dodge an nounced this was to be a fourth dis trict meeting and Invitations had been sent to northeast Iowa voters to lie present to hear Senator Capper who is expected to arrive from Marshall town whore he Is scheduled to ad dress the Farm Bureau at a picnic Weal Zeppelin Plans Hopoff for Thursday Morning VAN SWERINGENS OWN 6THRAILWAY Deal Swung by Railroad Magnates of Cleveland NEW YORK Oct 10 Van Rwerlngen brothers Cleveland rail road and real estate magnates today were in control of their sixth railroad Buffalo Rochester and Pitts majority stock of which they purchased for approximately Acquisition o fthe GOCmlle line serv ing the rich soft coal flcldfi of Pennsyl vania brings their combined holdings IOWA FORECAST DEDICATE DOCKS AT BURLINGTON Governor Hammill and Maj Gen T Q Ashburn Are on Program BURLINGTON Oct 10 Bur IpEton had one of the greatest cele bratlons In its history today in com memoration of completion of tho municipal Mississippi river clocks Hundreds of civic and business load ers from cities thruout the upper Mis sissippi valley and thousands of res dents oC this and other Iowa cities vcre tlm Invited guests of Durllnston for tho ceremonies attending dedica tion of the river front Im provement Maj Oen T Q Ashburn manager of the Federal Inland Waterways as sociation and nov John Ilammlll were chief dedicatory speakers Unseittcil Wednesday night and Thursday slightly warmer nesilay night in east central por tion cooler in extreme northwest portion cooler Thursday LOCAL STATISTICS up to way nearly miles ot road Control of the road was obtained by the Van SworlnKens thru purchase of G7 per cent of the stock from the In vestment banking of A Iselln Roosevelt and and and Sons They ly agreement with the former owners offered to pay the same price J100 a share for the stock of the minority stockholders Time GlobeGazette weather figures for on the offer was set at 3 p tn lour period ending at 8 oclock a Dec 10 Wednesday Highest Thursday 71 Degrees T7 U 1 J invest in Night 49 Degrees rrancejias Uelayeu At 8 A M Wednesday 68 Degrees i T Dismissal rrom rans Some time early in the forenoon Tuesday the wind took a shift from northwest to south and there was an ilmcst immediate reaction upward in tho temperature Tho days maxi mum was within 4 degrees of that of the previous day and at S oclock Wcdncdsny ornlng the mercury had climbed clear to OS degrees with every assurance that the days maxlnvum would approach if not exceed SO dc trreos for an October reronl of Yankee News Writer Oct 10 from Frnncc oC Harold Horan corre spondent of the Xew York American has been postponed by the govern ment It was announced that an investiga tion would be made of all angles ot the case Horan had been requested o leave Franco by tomorrow because of his connection with publication ot a French diplomatic memorandum on the AngloFrench naval accord cmce did High Winds Prevent Start of Ocean Flight for United States FRIKUIUCHSHAFBN Gcrmary Oct 10 start of tho trans Atlantic flight ot tho huge dirigible Graf Zeppelin was set late today for S a tomorrow Announcement of this was mndo a few hours after Dr Hugo Eckencr who is to pilot the big nldship to the United States had re luctantly decided Bet away today A stiff breeze blowing around thr hangar mude handling of the big craft impracticable Kvori tomorrows start was predicated upon a change In this fntler nfer his death and rcmoviii condition le Internal organs and then that he could notney3 now a smAllSr army per capita tharrany one rf 61 other na tlons the average ratio being four TURN TO PAGE 10 COLUMN G WOMAN ACCUSES U OF UJOCTORS Relative of Dead Man Says Surgeons Mutilated Luke Dunshee DAVENPORT Oct 10 IT 13cye head of the surgical department ind ITnnsman and C W dridgo assistant processors In medical school at tho university 01 town were today charged with hav ing unlawfully mutilated tho body of Dunslice formerly of Kculii patient at tho University hospital who died Sept 13 1327 Damages ot aro asked by a daughter Miss Maliol Dunshee SL Laula in a lawsuit filed in the federal district court in Davenport by Living ston and Elchcr Washington attor THEODORE ROOSEVELT JR According1 to Miss JJimshees peti tion the threo men of tho department as defendants In the action cut open the body of her The definite decision not tot take off today found the ship all ready for Iho start The malls for America had been closed with a cargo ot loiters cards and parcels aboard The oC the passengers limited to pounds each also had been put aboard Tho complete passenser list con tinued of paramount interest and scvledge or consent tho head and removed the brain and eyeballs Hefilling tho body with sawdust iml floor sweepings and placing plas ter of parlK In tho skull they deliv ered tho body to an undertaker she charges AH of those operations she says woro performed without her know oral changes and additions wore an nounced ARPI lownn Dies DAVKXPOriT Oct in porls only centenarian Mrs Anastn s rfyson died today at the ago of 100 years and seven months ARREST WARDEN FORFIREDEATHS Man in Charge of Ohio Brick Plant Accused of Drunk enness Ohio Oct 10 rant for the arrest on a charge of drunkenness here last Saturday night was Issued today for Hr O HloFucr deputy warden in charge of the Junc tion City convict operated brick plant where from 17 tn 20 convicts were burned to death when the dormitory at tho day plant was burned early Mon Small Town Hank Closed QUASQUETON Oct 10 rn assets aro believed to have canned the closing yesterday of tho utatej savings bank of Qitastjueton tho only bank here Stato banking department officers took over the Institution Will Rogers XEW Oct Theso candidates on their rounds better not hit tho snme as Babe Ruth or they will feel like they arc running for con gress Instead of president Yes baseball Is awful crooked It was allflxeil to stretch the series out to four games New York City Is all excited over the poison liquor and they are thinking of passing a city ordinance to u mukc it unlawful to sell it 1ours WILL ROGKUS Copyright 195H TEDDYS SON TO PEAK AT LARGE ARMORYPARLEY oud Speakers Are Being Installed Building in 3 ROOSEVELT will arrive in Mason City Thursday fternoon at 2 oclock for the purpose t meeting with the North Iowa re ubllcan leaders and to speak at a rcat party rally to bo held at tha rmory at S oclock in the evening This rally will be the only large re nibllcan meeting In North Iowa te oro tlie election it was announced Vednesday by T A Potter fout th district commlttecman and Remley J chairman of the county central committee It will drawto Mason City office holders and party eaderg In threo congressional districts and inaugurate tho Intensive final drive of tho organization before the election on Nov 6 Anticipate Large Crowd Various estimates Wednesday placed the anticipated crowd at from 000 to depending oC course on the weather In order to bring tho voice of the speakers to this loud speakers are bcinr installed at the armory both Inside and along the outside walls The street in front of tho buildingwill be roped off and seats placed there for the overflow crowd Among those who have been issued Invitations to attend the meeting are ill the county republican organiza tions of the fourth district and part of the tenth and the third districts tui well as state representatives and senators and the nominees for these offices in tho three districts ROBERT IIEAIA am Sir Hnnly lire tn lie the at lie large re publican rally to lie held at tlm local nrmory at R oclock Thurs day evening The meeting is open Jo public and arniiiKOincnls aro being maile o tnlce eare of a crowd if from to per sons The fact tliat Mr Roose velt is the sun nf nil illustrious president if the United Stales anil hat he Ims curved a career of Ms own both on the 1mllie field and tn polities Ims mado him a popular figure nml one hat JSordi fowans Imvn expressed a desire to see nnd hear BYRD IS READY TOJET SAIL Explorers Ship Last of Fleet to Start for South Pole SAN PBDRO Oct 10 Commander Richard 1C Byrd and his little group of followers prepared to bid goodbye to the United States to day as their final gesture before cm barking on a long trek which will take them Into voluntary exile in the Antarctic regions for from one to three years The explorer who left his mark in tho Arctic by flying over the North Polar area and who spanned the At lantic by alrplano in the most thrilling of transoceanic flights will moot nil venture at tho nether end of tho earth ly nssnying to fill In the blank spaces on the map of that re gion Aboard tho staunch whaler C A Larson Pyrcl and his eager companion were ready to start at flood Kilo today for Duneclin Now Zealand where their drive into tho south polar zone begins Across the Pacific orean they will follow threo other vessels of the expedition the Kr James Clark Ross the Eleanor Boiling and the nity of New York already well on their wnj to distant New Zealand All four of tho xhlrw carry great stores of supplies Including airplanes which Byrd will employ In his long exploration of the so called goratost area on earth Klghty two men will aid the daring plans of the com mander Congressman L J Dlcklnsori of AV gbna will not Ve ablo to be present Congressman G N Haugen of North wood and Congressman T J B Rob inson Hampton as well as Archie McFnrlane Waterloo newly ap pointed nominee for lieutenant gov ernor are expected to le here All tho republican newspaper edi tors within driving distance of Mason City also have been invited to bo In ittonclance Mr volt will arrive here on Iho Great AVesterns railroad nliout 2 oclock in the afternoon unit will be mot by delegates of the TicjxiHIcnn league with whom he will hold x conference at the Hotel Tfanford in ho afternoon League members in he surrounding districts have been nvited to bo here for tho To Accompany Roosevelt Accompanying Mr Roosevelt from Dodge to Mason City will he Roliort IToaly prominent Iowa re ubllcan who also will he on the pro ram The doors of the armory will open t oclock at which tlmo thn fnson City munlcpal band tinder Hie irecllon of Charles Weaver will be gin playing Other numbers on the rogram will be by the Rusty Hlrgo tinrlet Mr Roosevelt will be in roduccd by Mr Potter according to sent plans Miss Stiilwell Coming Particularly or Interest to ttie worn n will bo Hie visit hero of Miss Anno TURN TO in S Wife of Morosco Is Granted Divorce ANGELAS Oct 10 aley Mitchell today was granted a llvorce from Oliver Morosco Mitchell latfonally prominent theatrical pro lueer known an Oliver Morosco Highways aro happy viried they are properly pavetl whlfh all Missouri highways will be in tho early News AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Amy makes fun of my double chin but if I kept it as busy as she does hers it would be wore to the   

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