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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1928, Mason City, Iowa AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS UHASED WIRE REPORT MASON iviAouix THWA C ATTTTn A V TTIT r rnr 1UVVA bAlUttlJAY NOVEMBER 3 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 22 HOOVER OUTLINES 3FOLD FARM RELIEF PLAN Team AL SMITH ASKS STATE TICKETS ELECTION NOV 6 Candidate Speaks on Behalf of Franklin Roosevelt By D HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Writer MEW YORK Nov 3 Having taken the time in the home stretch of the presidential campaign to plead with all the force at his command for election oE the democratic state ticket headed by Franklin D Roosevelt Gov ernor Smith winds up in Madison Square Garden tonight the most in tensive fight of his 25 years in politics The democratic standard bearer Is confident he will be the next president of the United States and tonight ho will tell the home folks the reason why he thinks so It will be the last audience he will address in person and his managers hoped to make It the largest of his three swings around the country Monaay night after Herbert Hoover has made his final 15 minutes appeal to the American people from Palo Alto Cal to retain the republicans in power at Washington the democratic nominee the voters but It will be from a radio broadcasting studio Up to New In his first speech in his home state since he addressed the democratic state convention at Rochester Oct 1 Governor Smith told an audience in I dril erected Michigan and Illinois as the Brooklyn academy of music last night that it was up to the people of New York to keep the democrats In power at Albany If they wanted to see Vintilla Bratianu Premie Kumania Resigns Michigan Leads Illini at Half 30 FOOTBALL SCORES So Dakota Ames Oklahoma Illinois 1 Michigan Minnesota Northwestern M C J C Estherville MICHIGANILLINOIS At the half the Wolverines were still leadinc the Illini 3 to 0 MICHIGAN STADIUM ANN AR DOR Nov 3 hung clouds that threatened but did not constructive t sjjm InlatratlcyVfc of tecnth battle here today The same clouds made business bad for the prospective scalpers and historic State street especially in the vicinity of the Michigan Union was filled with sellers ottering from one to a of power agriculture finance stands be luarter w ciuestion of prohl campaign thenominee assailed Albert Ottinger state attorney gen eral and republican candidate for gov ernor on his waterpower agriculture education and state lore he struck the auestion of p billon He described Ottinger as a wet dry and said he had made the in teresting suggestion that he will wait until the commission appointed by Mr Hoover reports on the governor remarked that is a little bit too long to wait There isnt going to be any report because there isnt going to be any commission Ill attend to that As I have promised thruout the country I shall take that question to the Amer ican people and Iny it before them fairly clearly stralghtforwardly and Intelligently and I shall let them settle Challenges Fault Finders Loud applause greeted this state ment and then the governor swung into his own eight years ot adminis tration of state affairs and challenged Jils opposition to find fault if they could At no time In the history of thL he said was the government TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 3 halt dozen the regular creel field was firm The Wolverines upset the dope to start the scoring early In the opening hen the Gemlils dropped 25 yard line and sent oxrer beautiful place kick tween the goal posts Score Michigan 1 Illinois 0 Could You Be Happy Tho S Married Some people think any more In it isnt done Lets Live By MILDRED LAMB you get a composite picture of all young marriages Its hu man Thrilling Tragic Starting Wed Nov 7 In the GlobeGazette OTHER GAMES FIRST PERIOD Marquette 0 Grinnnll 0 Nebraska 0 Kansas 0 N V U 0 Georgetown 7 Fcnno State 0 Notre Dame 7 Columbia 0 Cornell 0 Horvaril 0 Lcliigli 0 Pittsburgh 6 Syracuse 0 Pennsylvania 6 Chicago 0 N Y 0 Georgetown 7 Arjny 12 Denauw Alaliariia 07 SECOND PERIOD Pittsburgh 6 Syracuse 0 Yitlo 12 nartmouth 0 Pciin State 0 Notre Dnmc 7 Coftimhin 0 Cornell 0 Ohio Slalo 0 Princeton 0 Harvard 6 Lehigh 0 Nebraska 0 Kansas 0 Drake Or Misouri 0 Candidate Is Pleased With His Outlook Curtis Enters Home State to Give Last Speech at Wichita By FRANCIS M STEPHENSON Associated Press Staff Writer ENROUTE WITH SENATOR CUR TIS TO WICHITA Nov tedious trail of vice pres idential campaigning led Senator Charles Curtis Kansas back across tho boundary of his native state to day for a final address tonight at Wichita More than miles of travel were behind the 6S year old veteran as his private ear journeyed Into Kan sas from the campaign route which had taken him during the last ten weeks back and forth and up and down the nation Tired but happy and confident the nominee was eager today to wind up le wearisome grind on home soil After a speech tonight at Wichita he senator will return early tomor row to his home in Topoka to rest ind vote on Tuesday He has already arranged to leave Topeka Tuesday night about the time election returns commence coming in and he says he will await the first word on the out come upon his arrival In Chicago Wednesday morning Concerned his senatorial buel which been accumulating during his campaign travels Curtis is hastening back to Washington He will reach there Thursday morning The senator who may find himself the vice presidentelect during his ride to Washington will make the trip ac companied only by Sanford Jarrell oi the republican national committee who has been with him in the cam nalgn IOWASOUTH DAKOTA PRINCETONBUCKEYES The lowans with MctJiin on tho sidelines played tins South Dn kotans to a 0 to 0 He in tile first period IOWA CITY Nov 3 soggy field but perfect football weather pre vailed today as the University of Iowas strong grid machine clashed with the University of South Dakota In the stands were persons of them Boy Scout guests of the university Coach Ingwereen announced as the game started that Mayes McLain In dian fullback would be kept on the sidelines because of a hand Injured last week against Minnesota Thomas started In his place STADIUM COLUMBUS Ohio Nov 3 State and Princeton say Ing goodbye In football for a time at least met today in a setting filled with tense excitement It was homecomnig day for Ohio State and thousands of old grade poured In from all sections the country to cheer the buckeyes Extra seats were placed behind the south goal and more than per jsons were in the huge Ohio stadium ROBINSON NEAR END OF TOURING Last Speech of Campaign Set for Clarksburg Sat urday Night By RAYMOND Z HENLE Associated Press Staff Writer GOPHERS 8 BEHIND AS FIRST HALF ENDS when play began The opening period was altho both sides threatened late in I the quarter The Tigers opened up first after a punting duel and by means of a pass and series of line plays worked the ball to Ohios 23 line Here a placement kick ENROUTE WITH SENATOR ItOB DTCHB STADIUM BVANSTON Nov 3 and North western renewed their gridiron rivalry after a lapse of five years today be fore a homecoming crowd ot nearly On o field made slightly slow by an overnight rain Coach Dick Hanley started a light Northwestern eleven against Spears powerful Thundering Herd from Minneapolis Bronko Nagurskl plunging Minnesota full back was not in the starting lineup duo to Injuries received in the Iowa game last week Northwestern jumped into the lead after Minnesota had scored a safety in the first minute of play when Cald erwood picked up Westphals fumble and raced 75 yards for a touchdown Holmer added the extra point with kick from placement The Gophers safety came when Cap tain Holmer fell on the ball back of Ivorthwesterns goal after failing to catch a poor pass from center Northwestern passed its way to Minnesotas fiveyard line near the end cf the period but the Gopher line held jivas fumbled Bby recovered and to the Princeton 6 yard line when Krlss and Holman Ohloans knocked down a Tiger pass over the goal line as the period ended More punting mixed with line plays featured the second period but neither team could make a serious threat the half ended with tho scora un changed Ohio State 0 Princeton 0 PENNCHICAGO STAGG FIELD CHICAGO Nov 3 thousand spectators massed under a gloomy sky this af ternoon to witness the intersectlon nl battle between Chicago and Penn sylvania Tho Quakers whose goal line has been crossed only once this Benson wero a topheavy favorite As the first period closed Pennsyl jvanln had already scored a touch down but failed to kick goal making tho scoro Pennsylvania 0 Chicago 0 N YANKEE STADIUM New York and a pass over the goal line was InNov 3 a drizzling rain complete as the nuarter ended Score moro than 2000 tnns turncfl out Northwestern 7 Minnesota 2 tlay to witncsg tho two un Northwestern a overhead game eaatcrn cicvcns Ncw York ed with running attack completely university Baffled Minnesota as the Wildcats drove the length of the field In the second period to the six yard line where Holmer pace kicked goal Northwestern 10 Minnesota Mississippi valley believed to bo the greatest tur producing area In the nnd Georgetown the latter boasting the countrys highest scor ing machine The gridiron was soaked and soggy from the steady downpour Blast Proves Fatal CARROTS Nov 3 Claus sen 19 proprietor of a rendering world accounts for most ot the plant who was injured by tho explo annual catch of tho United sion of a gasoline engine In his plurt jThursday died at noon today J INSON TO CLARKSBURG W Vn 3 campaign that ranks with the most extensive In American politics will close today when Senator Joe T Robinson democratic vice iresldential candidate ends his coast o coast tour with a speech nt Clarks burg The first southern democrat to have a major place on tho national ticket since Civil war days Senator Robin son also was the first democrat since that time to invade the solid south As his long tour ncared Its close he was confident success would crown Ills efforts next Tuesday Thruout his campaign he has en deavored to give his audiences a word picture of Governor Smith and to ex plain the issues of the campaign as bis chief laid them down In his speech of acceptance and other addresses The last few days ot hlg tour have taken the senator thru states consid ered by the leaders of his party to lie in territory which may cast decisive votes in Tuesdays balloting The sen ator was particularly hopeful that his campaign in Illinois Minnesota Iowa the Dakotas and Nebraska would augment chances for democratic vic tory in those states He looks upon the enthusiasm which attended his campaign In In diana likewise ns indicative of far greater Smith strength than has been generally supposed nnd remembers portions of his tour In the mountain states and In the southwest with much confidence CAMPAIGN ENDS IN WHIRLWIND OF ENTHUSIASM Hoover Claims Based on Sweep of East and West By BYRON PRICE Associated Press Staff Writer NE oc the memorable political cam paigns of history is ending in a dizzying burst ot effort and enthus asm As Hoover swings thru the west nnd Smith makes his final rounds among his neighbors In New York millions of their fellowcitizens join In noisily to lift the drama to Us proper climax Party rallies are in progress metropolis and hamlet arid party workers everywhere are lavishing ad vice on every wavering voter Most oC this tumult will end to night when Smith speaks In New York and Hoover at Pueblo while scores of tho lesser figures of stump wind up their speaking tours and turn homeward to cast their own jallots on Tuesday It will remain for the nominees to sum up the argument in radio addresses Monday night Both Claim Victory close their doors bbCrTSmith and Hoover headquarters are predicting victory As put out for publication these predictions on either side sometimes go the length of forecasting a land slide When they talk privately the estimates of party lieutenants aro less sweeping but even then each Insists that enough votes have been won to insure the election of his candidate These claims arc advanced earnestly and defended warmly whether made on behalf of Hoover or of Smith Of course the details of these fore casts overlap and both cannot be cor rect It has been the sort of campaign to arouseunusual expectations and party leaders down along the line have made surprising reports to their su crats even now aro claiming Penn sylvania and Michigan and some re publicans are claiming Georgia and Arkansas When such predictions are voiced In tho presence ot any leader of the opposing party they are greeted wth ridicule Yet they Illustrate the vague hopes which arc afloat upon the twisting currents of this campaign Rven tho they nro so conflicting that one set or the other must bo re garded as untrustworthy the more studied predictions of the politicians as made privately meet at certain points and are worth analysis Sees G O P Sweep They disclose a general agreement that expectations of a Hoover victory j based on the premise of a republi can sweep thru the east and west TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 3 Artillery Officers to Revive Old Memories ST PAUL Nov 3 o the One hundred fiftyfirst nrtll lery will revive memories of World war days at a meeting of their Last j Mans club here tonight Sealed in an Austrian shell a bottli of wine Is being preserved for the Insl survivor The club was formed In France along the line ot the Civil wni i organization of Company 13 First Minnesota infantry IOWA FORECAST Fair Saturday nlglit and Sun flay rising temperatures In ex treme west portion Saturday iilplit anil in cast and south portion Sun flay LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday IllRliest 31 Degrees lowest in Nishfc 21 Degrees At R A M Saturday Degrees Precipitation 44 of an Inch Snowfall 4 Inches Snow on Ground Inches Novembers total snowfall was brot to 10 Inches Friday afternoon Of this total about 6 inches remained on the ground Saturday morning wafting for the bright sun which seemed almost certain to remove a good bit of It be fore nisbt The wind was In the north west however and this condition off sets much of the effect of a warm sun Will Rogers NEW YORK Nov pa raded In his home town here today Ills reception couldnt Have been any bigger If ho had swum the channel or stow ed away on an airship H e started the pa i d e at 11 oclock so early that Jimmy Walker had to accompany In boudoir cap anfl pajamas Walker p r sented Smith with keys of the city Mrs Al Smith paid us r lovely compli ROGERS ment lost night by attending our show Al was speaking some where too but I guess she wanted to come and listen to reason one night out of the campaign Only two more days and Coo lldge and I are still holding out I am for Curtis and Robinson split ting the vice presidency between em Its really too much for one man to handle They could take Its time about keeping their names before the public while the other one was acting as vice president Yours WILL ROGERS Couyrinlit Maniu Asked to Organize New Cabinet Resignation Ends Rule of Family for Quarter of Century VIENNA Nov 8 Bratianu premier of Rumania since the death of his brother Ion on Nov 24 1927 resigned today The three principal leaders of the opposition parties lulio Maniu of the national peasant party Gen IToza Averescu of the peoples party and Nicholas Jorga of the national party will ba received by the regency this afternoon It is probable that M Maniu will be asked to form a cabinet in which event Nicholas TttuleBCU who recently re tired from the Bratianu cabinet wll become foreign minister McAdoo Is to Remain True to Democracy Former Party Leader Announces Hell Vote Ticket AUOUSTA Nov 3 mcs from William O McAdoo saying lie would preserve his party allegiance this year was made public liere today by Thomas J Hamilton editor of the Augusta Chronicle Hamilton telegraphed McAdoo as Lo how he would stand In the election next Tuesday The McAdoo reply tol ows Replying to your telegram I am xbsolutely opposed to Governor Smiths position on prohibition and the eighteenth amendment but I shall pre serve my party allegiance Am ng same reply to similar Inquiry 1rom Pleasant A S to vail Is publisher of the Savannah Press Mr Hamilton was the preconven ion manager for Mr McAdoo In Georgia in 1024 when he carried the state In tlio democratic presidential preference primary over former Sen itor Oscar w Underwood by majority Georgia voted 100 for TIcAdoo In tho Madison Square Gar den convention Both Hamilton and Stovall have een warm supporters of Mr McAdoo in tho past Both were delegates at large to tho S24 national convention The resignation of Vintilla Bratiam apparently brings to an end at least for the time being the long rule of the Bratiam family In Rumania affairs Vintilla was never tho dominating figure that his brother Ion had been but he had always had a share in hit late brothers confidence and acted as a trusted colleague and adviser Tho death of lion Bratiami a yeai ago left the political situation in Hu mania in somewhat of a turmoil Ion had been a dominant personality in Rumania for a quarter of a century and even the late King Ferdinand am Queen Marie never were In a position seriously to dispute his judgment Ion was the arch foe ot forme Crown Prince Carol and his policy o refusing to permit Carol to return tc Humariin or to have anything to do with theRumanian government wat followed by Vlntllla Even with the Bratlanus out how ever it is not likely that there will be much change in the attitude of the Rumanian government toward Carol who is now in exile in Paris while the Rumanian throne Is being occupied by his 7 year old son Michael under a PARTY GOFFERS SHOW BALANCE Democrats Still Had Sum of on Nov 1 WASHINGTON Nov 3 democratic national committeo re ported to the special house elections committee receipts of from Oct 23 to 31 inclusive and total ex penditures during the same period of leaving a balance on Nov t of Receipts were reported as comics from contributions of colla tions by state directors of a loan thru the County Trust company of New York of and refunds from sales of literature The statement showed that between Oct 23 anil 31 another hnl been sent to George N Peek for be Smith Independent organization com mltteo at Spent Four Million WASHINGTON Nov 2 republican national committee today reported to the house receipts of anil expenditures of up to Oct 31 Inclusive During tho last week nt October the receipts of the cormnlttre were 000 and it expended WOULD APPOINT BOARD TO HELP COOPERATIVES Iroup Would Have All Funds Needed to In sure Success By JAMES L WEST Associated Tress Staff WrJIer 1JOOVBR TRAIN ENROUTE TO PUEBIXD Nov S laving completed hla one campaign our in the northern tier ot border states Herbert Hoover today passed nto the normally republican Elate of Kansas the homo of his running mate Senator Charles Curtis Before him were series of rear platform talks in the Sunflower state tho fourth and last address of his transcontinental trip This will be lelivered early tonight at Pueblo where hla special train will make a stop of half an hour During his two nights and a Jay o traveling Jrom Washington nibllcan presidential candidate has leen accorded enthusiastic receptions nblch culminated last night In a dem onstration at St Louis that rivaled he one give him at Madison Square Garden In the home city his dem ocratic opponent when he closed his eastern campaigning more than 10 days ago Outlines Farm Plans Speaking In the coliseum Hoover presented to the agricultural west plan for the formation of a new gov ernmental institution the purpose ot which he said would he to meet not only the present farm needs but also those which might arlsa in the We propose to create 41113 Jtttt WJli QU11 LtJiUULllJl U I HAUL tl I f regency consisting of Prince Nicholas problem federal farm board composed ot men ot un derstanding and sympathy tor problems of he said and adding that this board should have power to determine the facts the causes the remedies which should be applied to each and every ono of tho multitude of problems which we mass under the general term the agrlcul Patrlarch Crlstea nnd G Buzdugan president 6t the supreme court of jus tlce POLICE PROBE FOUR BOMBINGS Beer Runners Blamed for Latest Outbreak in Chicago CHICAGO Nov 3 outbreak of bombing which erupted In four parts ot the city sent police on the trail of beer runners outlaw labor intagonlsts and political terrorist today One bomb exploded In the doorway of Walter Staloys restaurant on Madison street near tho loop yards from the Central police station Patrons In the Weston hotel nexl door were routed to tho street by the blast Patrons of tlie restaurant were constantly using tho doorway where the bomb was planted but none was Injured The beer war was the po Ice explanation for that explosion On the north side a bomb wrecked the front of a poultry shop Mrs Hani Berkovltz the proprietor said she had been warned because sho had reduced prices and had failed to em ploy union chicken killers The soft drink parlor of John Wojlk on Fullerton avenue was the third bombs target Stanley Mendaln was cut by flying glass Windows for a block were shattered A dynamitebomb was tossed from a passing car In front of tho twenty sixth ward republican headquarters 01 South Ashland avenue early today foj the fourth attack of the night Win dows of tile building were blown bu none of the several men Inside tht headquarters offlco was injured Thomas Curran ward commltteeman lives In a flat on tho second floor of the building but was not homo at thr time of tho bomblns WEATHER NEXT WEEK This program further more than provides he de clared It provides that tho board shall have a broad authority to act nnd lio authorized to assist In the further volopmont of cooperatfvo marketing Hint it shall assist In the development it clearing houses for agricultural products in tho development ot ado liiato ware housingfacilities n tlio elimination of wastes In distribution inrt In the solution of other problems they arise Sfaliillzinj But in partlcuTar the board Is to mild up with Initial advances of cip tal from the government farmer owned and fartnoreoritrolleri stabllto ion corporations which will protect he fanner from depressions and the leniorallzation ot summer and period surpluses It Is proposed that tlita board should have placed at Its disposal such as are necessary to make ts action In concluding his exposition of Us farm relief plan the nominee again tlio hope that congress nt ts December session would bo able to pass remedial IcRlslatlon but said thnt f this should not ho realized ho wanirt call a special session of the new con nens In order that wo mlftht speeil ly arrive nt a determination of tilt question Citing tectlon as before the next R more adequate tariff pro ono of tho threefold farm relict stirred hla phases In his plan Hoover audience by nssalllng tho TURN TO PAGE 5 COUJMN 3 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys nnd the northern and central great plnlns Brief periods ot precipitation but fair weather mostly prevalent In southern portions of area temperature above Keasonnl normal probably until closing days of week then colder Americanism kills arc going to the logs because they do I and openly the things you did secretly without fatal Cedar Gazette AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Amy throwecl it up to me about makin Pas under clothes out o flouisacks one time but I knowed her folks when they didnt wear 1
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