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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV CENTS PEP COP5T ASSOCIATED PRESS LEAS ORE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE NO 10 0 P HURLS SHARP RFRUKE TO GOV BILBO i SMITH ATTACKS G 0 P LEADER FOR OIL LEASES Borah Also Comes In for Fire of N Y Governor pHICAGO Oct 20 E vy Smith has brot to a close his last Invasion west of the Allegheny moun tains for the campaign and after to day will confine his drive for the pres idency to the north Atlantic seaboard states where his name first rose to Prom now until the ballots ore counted In November ho will carry the democratic standard Into a group ot states which with but few excep tions have teen regarded as a citadel of republican strength in national elections The governor In his final speech on midwest soil here last night ripped time after time into the republican record for the last seven and one halt years he assailed Hubert Work chair man of the republican national com mlttee for renewing the Sale Creek oil lease to the Sinclair Interests while serving as secretary jf Interior and urged a cheering audience to remeni 1 ber the republicans were a continuation of condition in status quo Stop at Indianapolis Today the nominees schedule called for his departure from here at 10 a m with a stop during the noon at Indianapolis for a parade and a visit to a hospital where Tom Tflg gart the chief in Indi ana is undergoing treatment No stops were arranged in Ohio and after the break at Indianapolis ithe candidate proposed to proceed M theieafciptlon ot FOOTBALL SCORES Iowa Ripon Minnesota Chicago Wisconsin Purdue Michigan Ohio State Illinois Indiana amity to altend goVernor opened speech lastnight by quoting the republican platform as saying the record ot the present administration is aguarantee of what may be expected of the Why limit the declaration to the present administration he asked The republican party has been in power In this nation since the 4th of March 1921 and I can read from declaration only ono thine and that Is a desire to get away from the black dark record of the administra tion immediately preceding this Attacks Oil Leases The audience broke out In applause at ths juncture some cheering and others tooting horns The nominee asked what It was the republicans desired to get away from and almost in the same breath shout ed out OH the veterans bureau and the administration of the office of the ali en property Turning to fhe Salt Creek lease he said Mr Work had been quoted by the press as saying the people are tired of hearing of these oil I think they aro not only the governor added but they are thoroly and completely disgusted with them What gave rise to that state ment Why did the doctor have to tell us that wo are all tired oC hearing about these oil leases The nominee answered his own ques TTJRN TO PAGE II COLUMN Z t THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS BOOKLET ON FITTING DRESSES Simple methods ot making your clothes fit right are described and Illustrated clearly in this bulletin How to alter patterns how to fit necks shoulders and sleeves Garments already madecan be1 madeito and you can make cer tain of correct fitting in future dresses The simple clear instruc tions In this booklet fully lllus trated are of great value whether you mako your own clothes oc buy them ready made Our Washington information bur eau will send you a copy of this 30 page booklet telling how correctly to fit dresses and blouses for 4 cents In coin or stamps to cover postage and handling Use the coupon below Frederic J Haskln Director Tlie Mason City GlnbeGaxette Information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for copy of the booklet FITTING DRESSES Name Street Mrs Collins Stay in Ward Being Probed OHIO STATE TAKES LEAD OVER MICHIGAN OHIO STADirjM COLUMBUS Oct from behind in the sec ond period the Ohio State eleven was leading the University of Michigan grldders 12 to 7 as the halt ended The visitors got their first counter in tho opening quarter after Ohio State had scored a touchdown but failed tpNklck goal making count The home boys second touchdown to slve them the lead came early In the second frame Tha crowd of approximately persons Including Boy Scouts provided enough color and enthusiasm for half a dozen games Gets First Touchdown A 20 yard pass Holman to Fessler in the first period gave Ohio State the first touchdown The score came after Ohio had missed a pass over the goal and Michigan had kqicked out Barratt missed the kick for goal end the score was Ohio State G Mich igan 0 Michigan went ahead near the end ot the period when Coffee fumbled Wheelers kick on the Ohio yard line and pushed the ball over where Dravellng fell on It Gcmbls kicked goal Putting the Wolverines in the lead 7 to 6 After an exchange of punts had kept the ball in tho air thru the first part of the second period Eby broke away for a 22 yard dash around right end for a touchdown Not a hand was laid on the clever back as he dodged the Michigan Barratts placement kick was blocked and the score stood Ohio 12 Michigan 7 OTHER SCORES FINAL Notre Dame Reserves fl North western Reserves 0 FIRST PERIOD Dartmouth 14 Columbia 0 Iowa State Teachers D Penn 0 Iowa State 7 Missouri 0 Notre Dame 0 Georgia Tech 6 Princeton T Lchlgh 0 Coe 6 Cornell 0 Simpson 7 Cornell 0 M 0 Marquettc 0 Nebraska 7 Sracuse 0 SECOND PERIOD Yale2G Brown 7 Army 15 Harvard 0 IOWARIPON NEBRASKA LEADS 70 IN OPENING PERIOD MEMORIAL STADIUM LINCOLN Oct 20 crisp day with a smiling sun and a springy turf com bined to offer an Ideal football setting ns Nebraska and Syracuse took the field this afternoon for one of the countrys most Important intersection oi games In the stands fans formed a riot of color Syracuse took tho hall on ts own 20 yard line after the klckofC but Sevens fumbled after making a nice gain and Howell recovered on the Syracuse 28 yard line Two oft sldo penalties on Syracuse and gains by Wltte and Howell hrot the ball to the Syracuse 10 yard line Howell on two plays carried the oval to tho 2 yard line but a penalty for holding set the Hunkers back Witts went off left tackle for eight yards and then passed to Sloan for a touch down with the game less than seven minutes old Wltte made the place kick good Nebraska 7 Syracuse 0 GOPHERSMAROONS MINNEAPOLIS Oct Min nesota football team meeting Alonzo Stoggs Chicago Maroona here today scored a touchdown in the opening Quarter to lead off for the first meet Ing of the two teams in 10 years There was a crowd of approximately persons In the stands for the klckoff Tie in Cross Country MINNEAPOLIS Oct 20 cago and Minnesota cross countrymen tied 18 to 18 in their first Big Ten meet over a three mile course at the University of Minnesota today IOWA FJELU Oct University ot Iowa wns leading Hipon college 14 to 0 as the first period ended IOWA CITY Oct 20 Uni versity of Iowas varsity lineup in cluding what is considered the Hawk eyes strongest backfleld since the days of Devine and Locke started to days game with Ripon college The game was regarded as a prac tJco workout for Iowa in preparation for the homecoming battle with Minnesota next week McLain Indian fullback and his first string team mates took the field for their first scrimmage since last weeks victory over Chicago Woman Sues Los Angeles Police Officials for Half Million OS ANGELES Ocl 20 cloud of public Indignation hovered iver the Los Angeles police commis ilon today the outcome of its inves Igatlon t Into the holding of Mrs Christine Collins In tha city psy chopathic ward for 10 days recently Jecause she doubted the Identity ot a boy who police had Insisted was her on While the mother prepared to prose cute a damage sult against he city a group of women a grand iury a city public welfare committee and another band ot citizens started efforts toward a public airing ot the case The sudden turn of events traveled close upon a decision of the commiS sion clearing a police officer of liabil ity in imprisoning Mrs Collins in the ward She Is the mother ot the missing Walter Collins named In murder Indictments at Riverside as ono of the victims of torture anil murder on the chicken ranch of Gor don Stewart Northcott Lived There lor Months Young Collins disappeared from his home hers last spring Subsequently a boy was found at BeKalb returned here by police as the missing youth For months he lived In the Co j was not her son Finally Capt j J Jones of the po lice juvenile bureau had Mrs Colllhi removed to the city psychopathii ward for mental observation she refused to accept the youth as he son Police had demanded that she keep the boy Then the boy was Identified as an Imposter He revealed himself as Ar TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 6 HARVARDARMY STADIUM CAMBRIDGE Oct 20 the entire corps of cartels strong and other spectators Harvard resumed football hostilities with the army here today after a lapse of 18 years ami at lic first period the army was leading 0 to 0 Tho the army has never beaten Har vard and has scored but a total six points In the previous games the cadets started tho conflict the over whelming favorites A fumble by Arthur French Har vard captain gave the Army its chance for the first touchdown Perry Army right tackle recovered the ball on Harvards 14 yard line Cagle mado a long pass to Have who was downed on Harvards two yard line and Mur rcll broke thru for the score Sprague place kicked the extra point French fumbled againand the Army rushed thru to the 8 yard line where Harvard held for downs but French attempting to run the ball out from behind his own goal fumbled behind the line and Harvard recovered for a safety giving the Cadets two more points The period ended with the army leading D to 0 Ask Americans to New Reparations Conference NEW SCHEME OF DEBT PAYMENT Ohio State Leads at Half Robb Healy and Diamond to Appear in Demo Rally SURGEONS FIND HICKMAN SANE Autopsy Finds No Evidence of Deranged Men tality SAN FRANCISCO Oct 20 versity of California medical authori ties after performing a post mortem on the body William Edward Hick man have announced that so tar as they could determine there was no constitutional evidence ot insanity Hickman was hanged for murder at San Quentln prison yesterday The re port at the examiners indicated that there was nothing abnormal about the endocrine Internal organs of secretion which are held by scien tists to contribute toward mental af fliction The brnln was found to be unusually large TIGERSAMES MEMORIAL STADIUM COLUM BIA Oct Iowa State college eleven was one touchdown nhcad of the Missouri Tigers in their same here today The scoro was 7 to 0 for Ames Tho game today opened the TJgers Big Six Conference sched ule The lowans entered the same with a record of two previous defeats tills season whilo Missouri bad ft nine touchdown victory over Centre college lo its credit Heads Southeast Teachers COUNCIL BLUFFS Oct 20 ItosK M Parker superintendent of Shelby county schools wns elootcd president of the Southwestern Iowa Teachers association Will Rogers NEW YORK Oct It was a dark rainy cloudy day on the New York end of the airmail No planes thru In two days I wanted to get home to my family in Califorria so I Insisted on going It wasnt bravery it was dumb Ignor ance and r n unlimited con fidence In all airmail pilots Wo will try to get thru it you he said and wo got thru I kinder feel liko his skill saved my life so old boy heres oreign Officials in Ses sion With J P Morgan 3ARIS Oct 20 or two Americans of highest standing In he financial world will bo requested y tho German and allied governments participate In tho meetings ot the committee of experts which will take ip the question of German repara ions The preliminary work of preparing for the forthcoming discussion has ad vanced so far that tho composition of tho committee may bo announced vithin a fortnight Giltcrt at Conference Yesterdays conversations between Premier Poincare S Parker Gilbert agent general and Winston Churchill British chancellor of tho exchequer and their later meeting with J P Morgan is regarded as having brot discussions ot fixa tion ot war debt and its commerciali zation to a point where tha action ot experts may bo started The experts committee wilt recom mend a final plan for reparations payments That tho American government will not be Invited as a government to send a representative waa understood at the discussions It was pointed out that Washington was not asked to be represented on the Dawea committee Charles Dawes Owen D Young atia Henry M Robinson were TURN TO PAGE II COLUMN 4 Final Weeks of Campaign to Be Tense Further Excitement Is Seen by Political Writer By BYRON PRICE Associated Press Staff Writer ATLANTA Oct So bill of particulars of the presidential campaign as regards both men and Tieasurcs Is beginning to assume def inite character after much feverish revision Both of the nominees have shown themselves In east west and south the farthest precinct has had re peated opportunity to judge ot them ty radio Both have spoken on prohi bition farm relief the tariff water power and many other aspects of the party platform Governor Smiths religion has been llscussed openly and reports that Mr Hoover once sought to become a Brit ish subject hava been publicly de nied The reserves have gone Into ac tion on the stump and the busy print Ing presses of rival party headquar ters have about completed their heavy grist of pamphlets and hand bills OC course some surprises may re main for the flnat two weeks for such a campaign as this would not bo expected to end in an anticlimax It even has been hinted on high author ity that the last days before election will be the most exciting But certain ly tho bulk of evidence promised in the opening statements of the liti gants now is before the court Pocketboolt Issues The pnst week has seen the princi pals In the contest giving increased attention to Issues related to the pub lic and private pocketbook Mr Hoover journeyed Into Indus trial Massachusetts for a series of speeches on the tariff foreign trade and shipping and after return to Washington he talked to a delegation of exporters about cooperation be tween government and business Gov ernor Smith ort tour thru the border stales and the midwest choso tha tar TURN TO PAGR 11 COlAIMN 1 Former Polk County Sheriff Covering North Iowa for Democrats Schanke to Preside at Mon day Evening Meeting THE Rev W E Kobb former sheriff of Polk county and now returned to the pulpit has been in North Iowa the latter part of the week delivering a number ot addresses at democratic will bo one of the speak ers at the democratic rally to Ve held In the Mason City armory Monday eve ning at 8 oclock The Rev Mr Hobb spoke at Thornton Thursday eve ning and at Manly Friday vening He expects to be at fertile Saturday evening During the Intervals be wecn his addresses the nlnister lias had confer ences with tho local demo cratic committee with ref erence to the campaign The committee 19 expect ng a largo gathering at tho armory meeting Mon day night Others on the rogram are Mike Healy llnd orator from Fort odge brother of Robert lealy who spoke here last week at the republican rally and T E Diamond county attorney from Shel don one of the leaders of he democratic party in northwestern Iowa The municipal band un der the direction of Charles F Weaver will play the meeting which will be pro sided over by A M Schanke president of the Cerro Gordo county Smith Robinson club The speakers as well as best cloud the Bosg has got in His hangar up there and you dont have to worry about low ceiling engine missing headwinds or even whether the old rip cord will pull In case its needed Yourn WILL ROGKnS Copyright 1928 who will bd here will attend a dinner Monday evening at 0 oclock Among the prominent members oC the party expected here are Dr J W Ileynolds of Ores ton national committeeman THE REV W E KOIili from Iowa Richard Mitchell of Fort Dodge chairman ot the state centra committee Eugene Feuling of New Hampton newspaper publisher anc former state chairman of the central committee and Fred Blerman of Do corah democratic newspaper publisher Mrs Menter Aged Resident of County Dies in Farm Home ROCKWELL Oct F T Menter 75 a resident of the county for about 30 years died nt her home on an Owens township farm tlils morning Tho funeral service will lc held at oclock Monday afternooti nt the rhurcli with burial in Mic local cemetery HOTEL GOP IS SHOTBY PAIR Columbia S Detective Called to Side of Mur der Car COLUMBIA S Oct 20 Summoned to the aide entrance or the Jefferson hotel by unknown per sons one of whom may have Ijeen a woman Sum Btckley the house detective was shot to death late last night while a half dozen persons stood nearby Tho assailants drove up to the hotel in a touring car and leaving the motor running sent a bell boy to retch the detective After a short conversation Bickley was seen to place ono foot on tho running board A shot was heard and he fell dead The slayers sped away In their automobile Police Investigating the case today were unable to advance a reason for the shootingand hotel officials were likewise at a loss to assign n motive Weal IOWA FORECAST Increasing cloudiness Saturday night nttil Sunday slightly wanner Saturday night in cast and south portions cooler Smulny in north west nml north centra portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazetto weather figures for hour period ending at S oclock a m Saturday Highest Friday 47 Degrees Lowest in Nifflit H2 At 8 A M Saturday 13 Dngrccx Not often has old Sol had a more welcome appearance than Saturday forenoon after a week ot predomi nantly cloudy weather The wind in the south too and somewhat wnrm wonthor wns on tho way LINDBERGH IS TO HUNTBEARS Flyer to Visit Mexican Ranch in Search of Game MEXICO Oct 20 Charles A Lindbergh will come south of tho Rio Grande next week to hunt Iicars In the border state of Coahuila The trip has been planned as a complete rest for tho airman and Col Alexander J MneXab military attache at the United States embassy who organised the party hopes that will be abl2 to stny four or five weeks If he docs the party will go also to the Siern Madro moun tains In the state of ITihuahua to seek cliff dwellings Colonel Lind bergh Is expected to arrive Wednes day at La Babla ranch of Hal Man gum an American where Ambassador Morrow recently was a guest it Is thot he will travel by airplane as far as the border and make the rest of the trip by auto mobile to llabln which la 100 miles south ot the boundary The party will rough It camping In the open There arc many stories about cliff dwellings In the Sierra Madrc mountains and It Is of Colonel MacNnbs greatest desires to find them Ho hopes to persuade Col onel Lindbergh to go with him to a ranch belonging to Luis Leon minis ter of agriculture In the Chihuahua mountains which will become the headquarters for tho search for clent dwellings Another member of tho party will Judgn Armisen president ol tho municipal council of Tinar del Itio Cuba who has boon Colonel MacXabs SUCSL in Mexico City CHARGE HOOVER WAS AT NEGRO DANCE DENIED Akerson Brands Story From Mississippi As Untrue Hy JAMBS L WEST Associated Tress Start Writer WASHINGTON Oct 20 Theodore G Bilbo of Mississippi was the recipient today of a stinging message of censure from Herbert Hoovers general headquarters be cause of a statement attributed to him that the republican presidential nominee had danced with a Negro woman of statement which was branded as indecent and unqualifiedly George Akerson Mr Hoovers as sistant took cognizance of remarks credited to the governor in southern newspapers and dispatched to him one of thesharpest messages of the cam paign It bristled with expressions oC Indignation and asserted that no more untruthful and ignoble assertion was ever uttered by a public man in the United States than that attributed to You are quoted by the piess Iri the Akerson said in his tele gram as having stated in a public address that Herbert Hoover on ono of his flood relief trips got oCt the train nt Mound Bayou and paid a call on a colored woman and later danced with her Statement Is Untrue That statement IB unqualifiedly false There is not the slightest foun dation for it It Is the most Indecent and unworthy statement in the whole of a bitter nominees assistant declared that the then secretary of commerce gave all that was In him to a task necessitat ing experience and Influence which no other man In the United States pos sessed and for which the gratitude ot tile state oC Mississippi was unani mously expressed by Ha Akerson saiil Hoover was never In Mound Bayou except for a throemlh stop of his train there and that lie never left platform of the train LINDBERGH WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather outlook for the week be ginning October 22 fur tho Upper Mis and lower Missouri valleys mostly fair first ot week prcclpata tion prriod within lator half no marked departures from seasonable TUHN TO PAGE 11 COLUMN 5 RASKOB PLEADS FOR FAIR DEAL Chairman Asks Work to Pre vent Misrepresentations of Smith NEW YORK Oct 20 T Raskob democratic national chairman n a telegram to Dr Hubert Work re publican national chairman called ipon him to prevent further de Ilierate and wilful mlsrepresenta lons by republican campaign speak ers on tho immigration stand o Gov The democratic chairman said was prompted by statistics furnished by Harry E Hull commlii sloner general ot Immigration In an attempt to Show that Governor Smiths proposals would result in a 4C per cent Increase In Immigration Mr Raskob said Governor Smith If opposed to any increase In Immigra tion but that ho agrees with Mr Hoo ver that tho harsh provisions in the present law that separate should be modlded AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Ella is a good fundamen talist in most things but shes raisin her 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