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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON fYTTY TOWA T JMAOIUM 1UYYA l o5 23 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL EERVICB NQ SMITHS HOME TOWN GIVES HOOVER OVATION Smith Proclaimed as Champion of Embattled Farmer DIAMOND HEALY AND ROBB ARE DEMO SPEAKERS Peasantry Looms Unless Governor Goes In Crowd Told ALFRED E SMITH ts the champion ol the common people against the vested interests the one speakers declared at tho democratic rally at the armory Monday evening j The house was packed with listeners The speakers were B county attorney at Sheldon Mlkej Healy blind orator from Fort Dodge I and the Rev AVinfreel B Rohb former sheriff or Polk county Goes Into Fundamentals I This campaign presents more vital questions goes deeper Into fiindanienl tals and concerns the welfare of more people than any campaign oC my said Attorney Diamond tho first speaker Taking as histext the words j of an English statesman No civili zation can long endure that does not British Will Push Naval Accord Flight London to Continue Corre spondence With U Italy T ONDON Oct 23 oC the Brilish paper on the Anglo French naval agreement indicates that Great Britain intends to continue correspondence on the matter with the two governments which rejected tho United States and Italy A summary of the negotiations seni tions preparatory disarmament com mission by Lord Cushendun acting fbreign eecretury on Oct 9 states While the Japanese government ex press their concurrence in tho pur port of these proposals the naval com the governments ot the United States and Italy for reasons which are clearly and cogently ex plained in their notes have not seen their way to accept them These com munications are receiving the atten tive consideration of his majestys government and a reply will he made to them in dua The documents also reveal that the of are goingtoward he add ed This Is a fight for the home and hearth If things go as they have it will not be long beforeyou will ar rive in a condition from which you cannot extricateyourselves The re publican party E headed by a man i not in sympathr wSth the jje republican witnesses to show that HooVer is the greatest enemy of the fanjier In the country Tha firat was Governor Plnchot for mer governor of tho most republican state in the He quoted a let ter purported to be from Mr Plnchot to the Union Farmer of Oklahoma stating that he was against Hoover he cause of what he learned under him in the food administration days Hoover declared Plnchot Is not a friend of the farmer Another letter from Pinchot to Henry C Wallace secretary ot agriculture under Presi dent Harding was said to have de clared that Hoover had a blindness to everything that affects the The next witness was Senator Borah who in 1010 was said to have told the senate that three arge monopolies controlled the food administration of Mr Hoover that heallowed them to fix their own prices and that the meat packers under Hoover mado from 25 to 40 per cent profit Cant Represent Both There is a principle in law that the same man cannot represent both par ties in a transaction yet Hoover did this repeatedly to the injury of the added the attorney Dur ing the war was set as the mini mum of the price of wheat Mr Hoover regarded it as tho maximum In 1926 when the farmers were going in bankruptcy Hoover produced an Index to show that the farmers dollar had 100 cents Yet now he ad mits there is afarm problem and yet the dollar Is worth 15 cents more to day than it was then Tho republican party Is permeated with the Idea that the farmer has TURN TO PAGE S COLUMN 5 Chilton British er to Washington and in charge ot the embassy there in tho absence of Ambassador Howard on Aug 10 he said that the British government had proposed to offer 710 urther resistance to the French con ehtlon about military reserves at the present He added that it waa not believed that any American in terest couldbe prejudiced by this I change Of Congressional Medal for Edison Marking the fortyninth anniversary of the incandescent lamp Thomas A American inventor lias been presented with the concessional medal of honor Kioto talten at the home of the electrical genius at West Orange N following tlie presentation shows left to right Andrew W Mellon secretary of tlio treasury Mrs Edison Edison and John Gvicr Hifohen president of Princetonuniversity Questions Again Find Utilities Jfognate Silent THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS A BOOKLET ON MAKING PICKLES This Is the season for putting up your pickles Our Washington information bu reau has an excellent booklet writ ten by reliable authorities in the scientific service ot the United States government about all phases uf pickle Accurate tables and tests for sweet and sour pickles Itecipcs for many varieties of pickles Pickle making becomes an exact science when these rules are at hand Get your copy today Frederic J Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Tlureiui Washington D C I inclose herewith 4 rents in coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet MAKING FERMENT ED PICKLES Name Street City State NEW TRAIN FOR SMITHS TOUR Elaborate Special of West ern Jaunt Is Broken Up for Smaller One ALBANY N Oct 23 new special train will he at the command of Governor Smith tomorrow for his final campaign swing which will car ry him thru the thickly populated in dustrial sections Of the north Atlantic seaboard The long train ot compartment and sleeping cars in which he traveled some miles in the west has been broken up and in its place a train ot less than hale Its length has been as sembled for the short daylight jumps in the east The new train however has been ordered only after careful study of the itinerary of the trip It will include the the private car of W F Kenny New York contractor and boyhood friend of the governor a work car for newspaper correspond ents and a combination clubbaggage ar These three cars are the only ones of the first 11 car special which was disbanded after the nominees return here Sunday The other two cars will be standard Pullman chair cars On any trips where It may be needej a dining car will be added In the baggage section of the com bination car Joseph L Cohn the gov ernors publicity manager again will maintain the printing establishment as on the two western trips Feajfiri for Second clines to Answer Queries WASHINGTON Oct 23 B Feagin a vico president ot the Electric Bond and Share company again declined to testify or produce documents in the 1edcraV trade com missions power Investigation Counsel tor the company informed the commission that this position would bo maintained until it had been judicially determined whether the or ganized was required to submit the Information sought concerning com pany disbursements John V McClane the counsel at tlie outset informed Commissioner Me CulVoch presiding that tho has made no disbursements to in fluence or control elections ot presi dent vico president or nVemhers of the United States senate and there fore has no vouchers or records with respect Ho added that wit nesses who have searched the records ere present to verify thisstatement As to any other he cou Inued wo must respectfully decline o submit witnesses for examination to produce records or papers until fundamental constitution and le gal questions presented nt the hearing on Oct 17 have been Commissioner McCulloch requested MaClane not to Interfere with the cx aminatfpn ofieanln saying that the witness would have the opportunity o decline to answer questions asked by Robert K Healy i Curtis jt l OI onot fakes Oath to Testify in Courtroom WARNS AGAINST RESTORATION OF MANCHjTS RULE Dictator in Manchuria Issues Manifesto to China PBKIXG China Oct S nese newspapers today published proclamation Issued ly Gen Chans rlsuethJjIangr ruler ot Manchuria at Mukden in which he warned China and Manchuria against a plot to re store the Manchu dynasty The procamatlon charged that Chang TsungChang governor of Shantung until ousted by the na Jonalists was planning a comeback from his retreat at Port Arthur He would head a imperialist army with ha aim of establishing the former boy Hsuan Tung on the dragon throne at Peking accused Chang TsuneChanff of seking to aid the de posed dynasty and of having hola sev eral secret conferences with the Anfu parly and imperial delegates The plan the Manchurlan ruler said was Cor White Russians to form the nucleus of Friends of Hsuan iTwiir at Tientsin 3oors Locked but No Trace of Assailant 1 Found CHICAGO Oct 23 federal I Iry agent Thomas Ryan was shot down in a federal courtroom yesterday n the presence of 40 petsong yet who shot him or why remained a mystery Ryan himself thot for a second Unit it was a joke that someone had exploded a firecracker in the small room jn which U S Commissioner Ed win Walker was holding court Then he felt the bullet which struck him in the shoulder cried Im am slumped to the floor He was seri ously tlio not fatally wounded In the moment of excitement that followed at least six men left the courtroom Then the doors were locked No assailant could be found It was a bullet from a 25 caliber auto matic that had wounded Kyan but no such weapon nor even an empty cartridge ot any sort was found among officials and spectators The sugges tion was later made that the could have been fired from a pen gun but no search for such n weapon was made Byan hart risen from his chair to e sworn as a witness In a liquor hear ing when the shot was fired knowledge of the alleged plot Big Welcome a I the emperor r A I n ft n v h J JWill AXllUClliy until forced tion of 1312 Smith Sends Own Bodyguard Commission to Hear Bad Crossing Evidence rI3S MOIXES Oct Members of the Iowa state railroad commission will hold a hearing tomor row in the office of the county auditor at Spirit Lake regarding an allegedly hazardous Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad grade crossing a mile east of Montgomery Application for the hearing was made by the hoard of supervisors of Dickinson county Haugen Bill Not Dead Says Governor McMullen Oct 23 ernor JIcMtillcn today said lie does not believe the bill Is dead lint added that In his campaign speeches In the mlddlewest prior lo the election he would not presume to slato Mr Hoovers on tho bill 1 or any other farm measure I The governors campaign itinerary probably will ne mado public tomor row Last ho said lie expected j to in lown Minnesota Missouri i and the Dakolas 1 IOWA FORECAST Generally fair Tuesday night and Wednesday slightly cooler Tuesday night nnd in extreme northwest portion cooler Wednes day in east and south portions LOCAL STATISTICS GiobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Tuesday Highest Monday 50 Degrees Lowest in Night SI At 8 A M Tuesday IS Degrees Altho judged on July or August standards as to temperature Monday would have received a rather low marking it had much to commend it as a day in October considerably closer to November than to Septcm to Help Republican in N Y Capital Hsuan Tung last of the Manchu dynasty was proclaimed successor to uncle Emperor Kuang Hsu when jthe emperor died childless in 1908 He years old at tho time and to abdicate by the revolu 1312 was known as the boy his father Prince Chun icing regent Ho has been residing In he Japanese concession In Tientsin xnd has taken tho Knglish name of lenry Pu Yi BULLETIN N Oct 23 The greatest republican victory lit was predicted here today by Senator Curtis the par tys vicn prcHMcnfajil nominee at 11 republican rally in Governor Smiths offiniai home town Introduced at the noon meet ing in the Odd Fellows halt Sen ator Curtis spoke briefly In re sponse to a noisy demonstration The hall was filled AIjBANY N Oct 23 Al any the official home of Gov Al fred E Smith took jij another nation al candidate today when Senator Cur is the republican vice presidential nomine stopped over for a few hours A brass band reception committee greeted the republican nominee upon Ills arrival shortly after 9 oclock this morning The band led a short auto mobile procession to the Ten Eyck ho tel where Senator Curtis held a recep tion with party workers Coming to Albany against will the veteran republican campaigner gave notice that he would make no political speech In the resident city of Governor Smith but he agreed to attend a raJly here and a luncheon be fore departing later in the dny for Plttsfield JIass Governor Smith who Is at the exec utive mansion hero now had a num ber of his bodyguards at the station to take charge of the police arrange ments for the senatorVvlslt On tho march from the station to the hotel Albany police long accustomed to watching over the democratic candi date were subjected to some good na tured bantering from friends for their change of colors Despite the early arrival of the sen ator a good crowd of men and women were nut to greet him and he re ceived a warm welcome her Tuesday dawned clear with wind in the northwest George McCutcKeon Writer Dies in N Y VlSW YORK Oct 23 New York Sun says GeorRe BanMcCutch con tho novelist died suddenly here today The anttior was attending a lunch eon of the Dutch Treat club at the Hotel Martinique when he collapsed A doctor was called and pronounced ilm dead TIo born in Tijipecnnoe county on July 26 J3C6 FRENCH FLOODS BRING DAMAGE Railway Lines Cut and Fac tories Are Forced to Close LYONS France Oct 23 age running into millions of francs has been caused by floods which to day were devastating southeastern Branca after a torrential rainfnll In ha Grenoble region iUore than 500 ispg were inundated Many fac orles were forced toclose The main railway line between Lyon ind Geneva was cut In five places Several trains were derailed on smol er lines but there was no loss of life Traffic was paralyzed The city of Briancon was Isolated from Iks rest of the department The rivers were continuing to swell today Tornado Hits London Two Violent Wind New to British ers Unroofs Build ings LONDON Oct 3 buildings shattered glass and fallen nasomy today marked tho path of a iiiiiiaturc which swept London last night with a violence rarely experienced in lingland It had been raining steadily but was otherwise fairly culm when people vere startled by a sudden roar and whirled helplessly around amid crash Ing glass and failing stones tiles and Oxford Circus nnd the neighboring parts oC the roofs of several buildings were ripped off Autos Driven Italnvarcl Plate glass windows of the t shops were blown In Goods and dressmakers models displayed in Lite windows were whisked out into the by tho wind Passing omnibuses rocked like ships on a storm sea to tile terror of passen gers Two of these huge automobiles were stopped and driven backward by the force of the wind Houses exposed to the full shock cf tho storm shook as If being rocked by small carthduke The wind lifted off large part of tho root ot the labor exchange am dropped it into the street which for tunately had been almost emptied of people previously by the heavy rain the glass dome of the college of mu sic crashed in to tho alarm ot 40 pu TURN TO PAGE 17 COLUMN 8 Sandino Begins Reign of Terror Against Voters IOWAN GIVEN 25YEAR TERM Peaceful Citizens Killed to Prevent Their Going to Polls Will Rogers Says NEW YORK Oct Ot ili Ihn comical thing tha socalled lo al party leaders take the cake Smiths lenders have assured him ha will carvy state he las gone into 11 e a n 1 n g he coulil carry all o tlieni but ho dont like to travel so much Moses the re pulillcit anostlo told Hoover to day that Smith wouldnt get 10 votes eion on Oliver street and that Hoover was a cinch everything east of the golden Bate and a chance for a split In Honolulu ITow do they know what people are going to do You would think they had a affidavit ot every voter of all the yes men If cither candidate believes one half of 1 per cent of what any of his henchmen say then Hoover or Smith neither ono are smart enough to he president i Yours WILI ROGER S Copyright ROGERS GOVERNMENT IN BUSINESS GETS PARTYCENSURE Crowds Jam Garden to Hear Nominee Plead for G 0 P XlKW YORK Oct S3 Having been greeted enthusiastically lo the home city ot hla opponent when hr criticised as state socialism the pol icies of Governor Smith Herbert Hoover returned to Washington today Madison Square Garden with 1 ts seating capacity of about wan filled while thousands of others gath ered m the street to cheer the republi can nominee as ho cnterd and left hall Because the country facod with difficulty and doubt over certain ra tional that Is prohibition farm relief and electrical our opponents propose that we thrust government a one way Into businesses which give rise to he sald Jn effect they abandon the of their own party and turn to Rtatc socialism as a solution for the difficul ties presented by all three Against Government In BualneM It is proposed that we shall from prohibition to the state purchasi and sale ot liquor It their agrlcul ural relief program means anything means that the government shall SIOUX CITY IS NEXT TO HEAR 1 R06INMJNIALK it directly or indirectly buy and sell and Clx prices of agricultural products Ana we are to go into the hydroelec trlcpower business In other word wo are confronted with a huge pro gram In Expressing opposition to the Democrats of Nebraska Hope Morris Will Swing Support BULLETIN SIOUX CITY Oct Onu of Iho largest crowds of his west ern lour greeted Senator loo T Kohinsnit ut thu Sioux City sfu lion today when he arrived lit this oily for nn address tonight Thn nominee wan welcomed by J Ucynolds democratic naflonnl cmninittccinan for Iowa and John II Kelly chairman ot tlio lumpnrlisnn committee Senator Robinson was ap plauded and cheered as ho wnllied thru Iho station to his utilnino Participant in Shooting of Sheriff Sentenced to Anamosa WATERU3O Oct 23 Mackenzie arrested during n shooting affray laat weoc in which A J Wtl lard alias Mickey Williams shot Sheriff Wagner In the Jaw yesterday was sentenced to years In Ana wlth mosa reformatory for robbery aggravation He admlted taking monoy and a watch from a local man at the point of a gun WJIIard not been apprehended Oct 2S tale of renewed guerilla warfare in strife torn Nicaragua has iomo thru official channels to the slate department TteportiiiK to Secretary Kellogg Brig Clcn Frank it McCoy president of tho American Klectoral de clared that bandilH led by Jedro At reputedly a lieutenant of Sandino swooped down upon a group of peaceful Niraraguan at Kan Marcos Jinotega brutally killed several nnd then made fnr the Ixirder plundering as they went The purpose of the attack Oenerrtl McCoy asserted was to tMTorfze the inhabitants nnd thereby prevent thorn from voting at he coming election Several wore released lie said with instructions to spread the warning iht Altarnirano would rcturr anil kUI all who should attempt to vote By KAYMOND Associated Press Writer EXROUTB WITH SRNATOR ROB niNsox TO stotrx CITV Oct 23 Nebraska dcniocrnts today ex pressed the conviction that the Ne irnska tour of Senator JoeT Robin son democratic vice presidential nom nee has opened a way for republican friends ot Senator George W Norrls to vote for Clovernor Smith for presi dent Senator Robinson In Nebraska campaign which closes today has drawn a picture which party leaders say illustrates the similarity ot vlawa held by many Nebraska republicans to those pronounced by the dcmncrat ic standard bearers Ono of the questions claiming atten tion of democratic workers In Nobras ka is whether Senator Norris n repub lican will make a flat declaration In favor of Governor Smith Hope for Norris SwIiiR Some of the leaders visited Senator Kohinson declared confident ly that ho would Others were not so sanguine Those who expect that he will point to his statement in Massa chusetts Hint altho ho Is a republican ho would vote for Hcnntor Walsh a if he lived in Massachusetts iind declared that they would not be nt a similar statement about Governor Smith As for the palt Senator Robinson took In Nebraska In erasing strict party lines democratic workers ot the state nro confident that tho senators pralsa Norrls will ense thoir Job of Karncrlns republican votes In their ef fort to carry tho state for Smith At Ornml Island Senator Robinson praised Norrls as a man who stands by his principles and votes the way he und at Lincoln Inst nlyht he spoke of the NubniHkn Frnator as sec ond only to Roosevelt as a progressive loader In a number of spcerihes Mr Rob inson lias snici Unit the democratic TLItN TO PAGE 11 COLUMN 8 spiritual energies of rbur peHpleV It would extinguish enxiallty In oppor tunity It would dry up the spirit of liberty and Hoover declared ho was advocating a general policy which did not mean that tho government was to part with ono one lota of Its natural resources without complete protection to th public Must Remain a HyProduct I have already ho said that where the government Is en gaged In public works for nxirposes of flood control of navigation of scien tific research or national defense or In pioneering In new art It will at all times necessarily produce power or commodities as a by product but it mist he a by product of tho major pur lose not the major purpose Shows llallwuy Failure There Is no better example of rnctlcal incompetence of government to conduct business than tho history of our Hoover said During the war tho omul it necessary to operate the rail ways That operation continued until iftct the war In tho year before Jeljig freed from government Inn they were not able to meet letnnnds fnr transportation years later wo find them under private enterprise transporting IS per cent noro goods and meeting every demand for service Rates have been reduced by 16 pen cent and net earning increased less than 1 per cent on their valuation to about B per cent Wnffes ot em ployes have Improved by 13 per Tho wages of railway employes today 121 per cent above prewar while tho wages ot government employes am today only f5 per cent above pre war That should le a sufficient com TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 3 AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen A man dont want no ad vice from bis wife He just asks her opinion sos he can blame her if things dont turn out   

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