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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXy FIVE CENTS PER COPY facias LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA AND ZEPPELIN HEARS OCEAN ON WAY TO Mason Gty Veterans DOORS TO OPEN AT AS BAND STARTSPLAYING Healy Arrived With Main Speaker for Big G 0 P Rally yiIEODORB Roosevelt former assistant secretary of the navy ar rived in Mason City at oclock Thursday afternoon for the purpose nf addressing a large gatheringat the armory at 8 oclock in the evenins lie was met at the Great Western lailroad station by local renublican leaders and World war veterans 1 hey planned to conduct Mr Roose velt to the Hotel Hanford Svhere a conference of Republican Service Hague members from tineft North Iowa congressional districts was sched uled to take place Visits Booscvelt School Before reaching thehotel however Mr Roosevelt consented to comply with the invitation ot Ihe pupils of the local school named after his father and visited the institution He also called at the home of IV B SUllson 06 years of ago and regarded here as tho oldest republican in this vicinity Mr Stllson has voted for r very republican candidate for presi dent since the party was started In JS5U in which year Fremont was the republican nominee This was four before Abraham Lincoln be Ciirno president j Mr Roosevelt came to Mason City j fioni Omaha where he spoke Wednesimnde day ancH will speak at Rochester Byrd and Party Off for TwoYear Exploration in Unknown Antarctic Land Last Unit of Expedition Leaves San Pedro Harbor fo New Zealand Thence to Pole to Fill In Blank Spaces on OAN PEDRO Oct 11 the trail that always ha him Commander Richard B Byrd today was bound for the bottom ot Ih earth In search of adventure fused with scientific exploration Away at last on his long planned expedition to the Antarctic the com mander and the remainder of his handpicked followers were aboard the No wegian whaler c A Larsen hound for New Zealand common Scle thS into the Antarcli Ross sea was the immediate objectives xthc commander who lalei hopes to cross the South Pole by air in the same manner he and the lat 1 loyd Bennett reached the North Pole More Important in the anrTouncefi plans of the Byrrt expedition howevei as a long intensive study of the Antarctic that may keep the party exllec m the Icy wastes for two years or more WORLDV ON WAY TO U S evening according to schedule He ynS acccfmpanlea tr6m Fort Dodge by prominent Iowa repub lican who Is to appear on the pro gram with Mr Roosevelt Arthur Feeney was m charge of the arrangement of the armory for the occasion Capt Lowell Forbes wil have a detail of bis national guard company F to act as ushers He also will arrange for a color guard to car ry in the flap as the formal part of the program opens at 8 oclock As tho flap is belli carried in tho Mason City municipal band will play the Star Spangled Banner Doors Opxm at The band ivhich will be in charge of its director Charles Weaver will start playing at oclock the hour when the doors will be opened Those to occupy the platform be eides thespeakers will be T A Pot ter fourth district committeeman who is to introduce Roosevelt Miss Anne Stillwell Waukon district who Is to introduce Mr Healy Remley Glass chairman of 1 the Cerro Gorflo county republican central committee who is to preside at the meeting Miss Flora Harris rice chairman and Mrs Irene Bell rcretary of the county committee Congressman G N Haugen ot North wood Congressman T J B Robinson nf Hampton and Arch McFarlane itfrloo newly appointed nominee for lieutenant governor Installed Amplificra Three representatives of the West evil Electric Telephone company H C TURN TO PAGE 15 COLUMN 1 Crowd Waves Farewell Westward with the settingsun the giant whaler last oC the vessels to eave American waters slipped thru larbor channel last night amid a bed am ot farewells from whistlinghar jor craft and crowds that lined the piers The shrill whistle of street cars was even raised in sending forth lodspeed to the explorers Frequent y the ton whaler gave back a loominganswer The last minutes of Byrd and mem ers his party on American soil had been given over to official fare veils to newspaper interviews posing pictures for motion picture anc news camera and even a few minute for talking movies Modern communication methods possible for the commander to have farewell talks with hia moth er Mrs R Es Byrd in Winchester his r brother Goy Barry at Richmond Va The telephone company tiad brot a special line aboard ship to make this possible Wife Wouldnt Pose As the boat threw off Its lines It slipped away from the dock without the commander A moment previously he had stepped ashore for another farewell word with his wife She had accompanied him to the dock an hour before and waited In an automobile until he hail boarded the ship Smll Ingly ehe refused to pose for the army oC cameramen who had been striving to snap a pictureot the cou ple together The last leave taking was a simple handclasp exchange of steady looks and a few words Then each turned to their two or even three years of filling In the blank spaces ot the and his wifes the keeping ot their Boston home for his return A part of the Larsons cargo was made up oC articles thrust upon Byrd TRN TO PAGE 15 COLUMN 2 The GlobeGazette Offers Readers Book on Removing Stains Clean your own clothes The one important factor in this work Is the use of the proper method for tho particular stain you wish to eradi cate This knowledge can be obtained hy consulting on authoritative booklet Issued by the department of agriculture which tells how to re move 88 different kinds ot stains from clothing Our Washington Information bu reau will procure a copy or this publication for any one who sends 4 cents in coin or stamps to cover return postage and handling charge Be sure to write your name and address clehrly on tho lines of the coupon Frederic J Hnsltin Director The AInson City ilolieGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I inclose herewith J cents In coin or stamps for a copy of he booklet OF STAINS Cily COLUMBIA IS UP FOR REPAIRS Levines Plane Crashes After Takeoff for Rome ROOSEVELT FIELD N Oct 11 transAtlantic plane Colum I bia crashed on the Westbury 1 course today a few minutes after tak ing the air on Its projected flight to Kome Both Roger Q Williams tha pilot and Plctro Bonelll the navigator escaped without any injury One wheel of the plane and at least ono wlnp strut were broken and the ship suffered general strain It tipped up on one wins point but did not turn over The Columbia took off at a with great difficulty It struggled low over the gulley between Hoosevelt and Curtiss fields and then began to settle steadily to earth Williams a forced lanling on the golf links close beside a sand trap and hemmed In by bunkers The plane plunged and rolled on the soft turf and the left wheel snapped off It tipped crazlly but came to a stop without overturning Williams and Bonelll climbed out of the cockpit unharmed CAPPER PRAISES HOOVER AS MAN TO AID FARMERS Charles City Told Nomi nee Is Best Fitted to Get Relief iiL V Kans spoke at republican rally last night to an audience that filled the Ellis auditorium to its full ca puclly W B Dodge called the meeting t order and urged tho voters to registe Oct 26 27 and 28 or on Nov 3 Hi also announced the meeting of i Hoover club startafl by democrats In Clarkavllle Oct 17 when a promlnen southern oratoi Vlll speak Dave Darrah In troducccJ t h c speaker who sale ho had a specia interest in Towa as his parents settled here before thes went to Kansas in a covered wagon Before delving in to tho Issues ol the campaign Sen ator Capper said CAPPER he a re publican because father was but because he con sidered the republicans tho construe ive progressive anil forward looking larty which was working for the best interests of the country Is Certain of Kansas He said It stood for those things which tho majority of the west be lieve In He predicted that his own stato of Kansas would give Hoover and Curtis a majority of and thnt 80 per cent of thewomens vote would be for the republican Party be TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 2 t l Zepff 1J rTU t v McNuttIs New LegionHead W C T U NAMES Sioux Citys FUGITIVES WILL LOCAL STATISTICS Mostly unsettled Thursday and Friday probably occasional rains much cooler IOWA FORECAST MRS SMITH AGAIN Goldfield Woman ReEIecterj Recording Secretary of the Iowa Group IOWA CITY Oct 11 Ida B Wise Smith waa reelected prcsi ent of the Iowa Womens Christian emperance union today during tho Ctyfifth annual stato convention ere All state officers wera reelected ncluding vice president Mrs Laura Thornburg Dos Molnes corres oncllng secretary Mrs Carrie L M allenger Council Bluffs recording ricretavy Mrs Ruth M Wbyte oldfield treasurer Mrs Lucille W Des Moincs Mrs Carrie B Lewis of Storm Lakn as renamed branch secretary of the young peoples branch and Mrs Gertrude Walton was rcolectcil branch Legion Band Lands Second Monahan Post Loses First Place to Wichita Musicians secretary of the Loyal temperance league Yesterday Mrs Thornburg re elected editor of the Champion offi cial stale W C T II orjcan drew in favor of the Indi ana Legionnaire TAMA TREASURER IS ORDERED OUT SAN ANTONIO Oct Paul V McNutt of Bloomington today was elected na tional commander of the rVmerjcanLegion McNutts selection came on the third ballot after Capt John D Ewing ShreVCpOrt where Sheppler was warned leader up to that time a 1aic second pns fhfiW in nF Hin flrst bo1levR1 been BE RETURNED Burlington Sheriff Leaves for Arizona for Zippe Al leged Slayer BURLINGTON Oct II Delbert Murray of DCS Moines county was enroulo today to Tucson to return Henry Zippe and a companion under arrest there to Bur lington to face first degree murder charges growing out of the death of Oliver Khepplcr on farm on Huron island north here In the Mississippi river companion also held fnl possihlc connection with thn murder In now believed to bo a man named Murphy former convict at Joliet pen tenllnry where Sheppler was wanted DIRIGIBLE WITH 20 PASSENGERS SIGHTED FLYING OVER FRANCE Huge Airliner Traveling Southern Route Across Atlantic Scheduled to Arrive at Lakehurst Hangar 5 1 00 Miles Away Sunday uecnuse of static Interference radio stations BULLETIN nce Bf today even the most powerful European station at Saintes Marie 3e 1 islands alrS Wi next ovor Barcelona nshmtT n tisnlng boats to run for shelter More than So ot these vessels took refuse In tho lee of Belle Igl were much calmer over the Medl terra nan PUBLICITY HEAD DENIES HOOVER OWNS OIL STOCK Nominee Has Property in Colombia Smith Supporter Says Oct n charge that Herbert Hoover Is ON ITS WAY PRIBDIUCHSHAFEN Germany Oct u flVGrat Zeppelin Ger manys new dirigible Hew west ward today at averag o si an hour with mall fop l Sixty ot 40 and 20 them Lady Grace Drummond Hay at Eng land Dr Huso Eckener builder snd commander or the airship noped to hrlnqr tho airship down nt Lakpliurst iV some miles away Sunday morning Tim airship taking ot from Fried richshufen at S a headed toward the Atlantic whero lieavy storms were reported to bo prevalent and liccnusn of this it wns likely to follow n routn Minister at Greene Welcomed by Pastorate GRKENE Oct of tho Methodist Episcopal church held a Get to Kether meeting and reception i at tho M K church Wednesday even ing at Potluck supper was served after which a program of music and speaking was given The recop lion was given In honor of ihi Itev and Mrs C K Hudson tho now of IS church here GlobeGazcttfl weather stalls Ics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock i m Thursday Highest Wednesday B8 Decrees lxwest in Night ii5 Degrees At R A M Thursday lift Degrees Ootolwr heat records for several j years were broken Wednesday when tho mercury In tho GlobeGazettes government thermometer rose to 88 j degrees within 4 degrees of the high i rst temperature recorded In the entire summer The wind out of the south west was extremely strong and most of the leaves remaining on the trees i were swept down and piled into heaps on la wns t SAN AiXTONIO Oct II second successive year Mi anil today was adjudged to have tho best American legion drum and bugle corps In the finals of Ihn contest at tho national American Le gion convention hero Salem wns second loivuns In Second Place ANTONIO Oct II For tho first time in six years the band representing Morinlian post of in i i n i I Legion at Sioux City Uniciai suspended rending lown tortnv was without its title or champion The looters from Wichita post succeeded to the title yesterday by defeating fhc lowans hy a close margin 1n the nn r s credited with owning oil and minfmr properties In Columbia and Mexico o has been vigorously made accompan y way ot the Azores Two hours nt ied by a sweeping denial Tho allegation was sponsored by Henry Clay Hansbroujrh once a re publican senator from North Dakota now a supporter of Gov Alfred E Smith With It he coupled a demand that Hoover withdraw from I be presiden tial campaign and permit the selection ot a republican candidate who cannot bo Influenced In handling our foreign Allen Mullen Denial The denial camefrom Henry J Allen director ot publicity for the re publican committee Lute yesterday after being shown an nl vance copy of a Hpeech prepared by Hanshroujjh for delivery la si night nt Minneapolis Allon sent a telegram to tho former senator assorting thnt her departure she wns Despite feverish excitement had prevailed around tho hanc less fuss at the start than It 11L 10 nave hoen i Jonathan Ilngen wanted with Zippc i for such Ktalcmants and declaring that they could only bn uttered for Urn pur Hagen Sheriff Murray was re leased from Muscatlne jail recently and is reported still to be in this part of the country Murray did not whether Murphy was suspected of direct cnnnentlon In the murder Outcome to Inves tigation TOLKDO Oct II W S Cooper of Wlntersnt signed an order today Turn a county pending decision in nn ouster trial against Klston to brr started Oct The order wnx expected to nrrlve lirre late lotlay Mr Klston today withdrew as a candidate for reelection The county republican committee will convene soon to choose his successor on the ballot Elstons resignation was demanded j hy tho Tama county board of super visors last 3rlflriy when it was rej ported that C K Ottermnn his j lily was shor about in his ac counts Otterman first ndmitterl the conlcat at national conven shortage hut today repudiated bis nerc fcsslon he Wichita musicians won for title honors Monahan post tookl second piJze of Greenville won ihlrd prize and i HOT IN TEXAS Two unnamed Mixson City tririi iiKiinliGrs nf the American corps rolliiusert dun to the heat in KaRln Puss today Hl rordiiis ii dispatcli The men were n side trip Into iMexico The local tlriini corps was pic tured nil the front paff of tho Ragle Pass newspaper iho dis Iiaich says The corps was not in competi tion at the Sim Antonio conven tion Ono nr the fnst ways to make 1 whispering campaign soem silly t feign extrcmf rlcrifnoss and cliout News fourth Tiie General TO PAGE 15 1 Witt Rogers Oct Hoover has always attended all our cheered tho unfortunate and cared for the maimed Where was he when iialie Iiuth un loasliocl w r ri t h and destruction on tlic upper Mississippi val Wio is going to take up of Iiomc run con Jt cer tainly has taught St Jxuls a cs son T bet you they will be care ful the next time to watch and not ROGERS try to win a pennant on the same year that it looks like tho Yanks wilt win Smith and Hoover are gradually creeping Jxiru on tho front page agnln Vnurs nocaons fopjriRht poso of gaining votes by deliberate Hansbrough snld he could not hn brushed hy the cry of liar nnd went forward with his address at Minneapolis Herbert Hoover he said is credit ed with being the owner of acres ot oil producing land in the re public of Colombia and of even larger concessions In Mexico In Ihe event that it becomes nec essary for our marines to go Into those countries to protect American he continued Ihoy will In fact be glvlrih their lives to protect i theprivate property of the president of ho United States or oC those to lakes to get a transAtlantic liner on ns way Orderly Shortly before 7 a m tho doors of the huge hangar swungopen nnI lreparntlons wore begun to clear All the members ot the crtw took their posts and then the pnusen Kcrs were taken on board At a shouted order the hawsers wrn attached by pulleys to on Cither side hugp craft was ilragged slowly and steadily out of tho hangar two rnimitM after It nce ot the luingnr the hawsers detached and two hundred stalwart vorkmoiv who been hangins to thn lower gunwnlc let go Tho Graf Zeppelin Immediately lurconded almost perpendicularly 0 elevation of about 150 feet The noso was pointed upward nnd the airship rone higher as It circled low over Finally it headed westward rnnstanco ami In three minulei the craft hnrt disappeared from on what was hoped to be the third wnst flight across tlin A linn lighter than nlr craft Tills TCRN TO PAGE 15 COLUMX I TIIIN TO VAOE 15 COM MS jSenator Borah Sees Hoover Victorious in MidWest States Oct II ator ilorah called upon Cool lilgo yesterday at the white house and predicted that Herbert Hoover woiLd Michigan Kentucky Mlsaouri Oklahoma XebriwUn North imr South Dakota anil Minnesota in the Novcmher elections Tlie senator said that his analysis of feeling In was bascrt rn the obwrvatlonn which ho lerivocl from his recent speech inn king tour Tho trend In all of thorn lie said was Infinitely for tho republican nominee Thn optimist observes the silver lin Ing of the posslmist hh brake our lor AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I bought some lace iccausn that peddler spread t on the floor I couldnt iielp doin somethin for a man that bad that much aith in my   

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