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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 23 BOTH CANDIDATES CONFIDENT OF VICTORY SMITH IS SURE HIS PARTY IS TO BE WINNER Governor in Another Appeal for Farm Vote By D HAROLD OLIVER Assciated Press Staff Writer NEW YORK Nov S Appeal ing for support from the agricultural west Governor Smith today delivered another blow at Herbert Hoovers at titude on the farm question and de clared a solution of this long vexing problem could be accomplished In but one way by voting for the democrat ic national ticket tomorrow Speaking over a coasttocoast radio hookup from a studio the National Broadcasting company the democrat ic presidential nominee again afflrmeS his belief tliat tomorrows election would return him victorious in this campaign of campaigns and asserted ths industrial east Joins with the agricultural west In its desire lor a restoration of democratic government Democratic I believe that tomorrow will bring a great democratic the gov ernor said and I assure you that victory will in turn bring a solution ot the agricultural problem that will re store prosperity to the farm and pro mote the welfare entire coun The governor said he agreed with former Governor Lowden and Senator Norrls republican Independent of Ne braska that there can never te any satisfactory solution of the farm prob It Is based upon an etfec ot of exportable bnpowd upon Former Revolutionist Is Nicaraguan President G 0 P NOMINEE Who Will Boy or Lad From the Cify Streets iuentii for farm relief upqn Hoover and 7 differ Governor Ii Optimistic NEW YORK Nor 5 th city of his birth Governor Smith today approached the end of a cam palgn which he bellevos will earn him to the presidency Six weeks of strenuous speechmale ing in almost every section ot the na tion were behind the democratic pre idential nomineo and all that stooc Iphis way enroute to the ballot box tomorrow at noon were two eleventh hour appeals to the electorate from a radio broadcasting stuflio Plans t Addresses The first a message ot the farm ing elements of tho country wa scheduled to go on tho air at oclock central time today from th studio of the National Broadcastin company This was to take a hal hour The second will be deltvere from the same studio at 3 oclock to night central time and will be Of on hours duration Governor Smith and his wife who accompaniedhim thruout his moro than miles of touring ot the country for the democratic cause will cast their votes along with millions of other fellow citizens in a station ery store on Fortyeighth street near Madison avenue at noon tomorrow TURN TO PAGE 10 COIAJMN 5 WHITE HOUSE VIoncada Is Named While Watches Orderly Election In sured by Presence of IVJariries MANAGUA Nicaragua Nov 5 Gen Joso Maria Moncada for mer leader of tlio liberal revolution today appeared to have been elected president of Nicaragua Returns from about half ot the 432 irecincts gave General Moncada who leaded theliberal ticket a majority ot over Adolfo Benard eonser vatlvo and one of the wealthiest cit of Nicaragua Tho voto was Liberals conservatives It seemed certain that General Mon cada9 majority would grow since there had been no reports yet from Bhieflelds n liberal stronghold Congress Results Doubtful The complexion of the next congress was still In doubt today Halt th membership of tlie chamber ot depu ties and a third ot the senate was voted for It will be several days be fore returns are complete The election was conducted undo American supervision and Unltec States marines and NIcarasuaii na tlonal guardsmen were out In forci to prevent disorders Tlmiout the day marine airplane flew over tho entire country and com municated by panels laid on tli grounds with virtually every one ho 432 precincts Each plane carrio guns and bombH In readings disperse outlaws should they a icar No Word of Sanuino Advices from the northern are HEARING HOME S UNWORRIED Candidate Given Greetings on Way to West O CHURCHES TO COOPERATE ARMISTICE DAY To Hold Joint Service With Legion Next Sunday T Do Men Want To Marry the girls who will kiss and drink and step lively Was Larry after all a failure as a husband or he just one of tho younger generation reacting to the speed jazz and Joy of the age Head HAT practically all of the Mason City churches will cooperate with the Legion in staging the joint mistica day eervice at the armory next Sunday at oclock was brot out at a meeting1 of the com mittee in the DamonIgou tea gardens Monday noon With the cooperation of the religi ous bodies assured the plans for mak njj this one ot the outstanding serv cos ever hed in the city were in itiated by the committee at the meet ng which was presided over by Reed C Nelson chairman Tlie chief speaker will bo Frank J Schneller ormer department commander of the Legion in Wisconsin and one of the leading Legiannaires in the middle west The report of the committee was that both Protestant and Catholic churches almost without exception had decided to take part Several of the Lutheran churches are setting their services ahead for the affair Tho details of the program which will include a short address bv one ot the Legion members o nis terial association Hosing prayers by ministers and de special silence service in commemoration of the Armistice hour at 11 oclock are now being worked out by the commit tee members This program will In cude bund music and possibly the singing o a familiar hymn BIG FIRE LOSS AT ESTHERVILLE Young Brides Murdered in Texas Shack Robbery Believed to Be Motive for Crime DALLAS Nov 5 Dual theories of robbery or revenge of jeal ous suitors confronted police today in seeking a solution of tho double mur der of Mrs Bessie Lynch 21 and Mrs Clco Llcto 19 estranged brides in a lonely room at the edge of Dallas early Sunday A man whose name was not di vulged by police was held for ques tioning but the authorities indicated ho was arrested simply for the Infor mation he might be able to give re garding friends of the women Tho slculls of both women whoso bodies were found yesterday afternoon by boys hunting pecans had boon crushed by a blunt instrument Mrs Lietos throat had been cut Both women apparently had been dead 10 or 12 hours Automobile tracks leading to and away from tho house indicated ths slayers had brat their victims to the isolated spot and murdered them after a desperate struggle which the scene Indicated Wea Lets Live By MILDRED LAMB Starting Wed Nov 7 In the GlobeGazette J Three Structures Hazed Fol lowing Blast in Ice Plant ESTIIRRVILLE Nov 5 Fiip starting from an explosion in an am monia Ice plant today destroyed the Crawford hotel and store a harness shop and a furniture shop with loss estimated at more thnn the in surance carried All tho buildings were of frame con struction IOWA FORECAST Generally fair Monclny night nnil Tuesday warmer in Extreme east portion Monday niglit LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 4 hour period ending at S oclock a m Monday Highest Sunday 44 Degrees Lowest in Night 33 Degrees At 8 A Ar Monday 38 Degrees Snow on ground Indies For like period ending at 8 aclock a m Sunday Hiffliest Snfurdnjr 13 Lowest in Night 21 Degrees Snow on iouiicl Inches Two clear days in a row in Novem ber Thats something to write about Indeed it Is Moreover Monday dawned bright and clear and the re maining inch and a half nf snow on the appefifed III imminent danger of utter rout By 8 ocloclv Monday morning the temperature fi degrees above tho freezing point A formal church prayer for Inde pendence day cant do any barm but It might do more good on election SlateJournal Will Rogers NEW YORK Nov finally come out for Smith and to offset that democratic sain Cool dge comoout for Hoover So that leaves only myself in the open I have been studying the two parties and here is tticir difference Hoov er wants all the flrys and as many wets as possible Smith wants all the wets and as many drya as he can get Hoover says he will relieve the farmer even It he bns to call con ress Smith says ho will relieve ho farmer even if he has to ap lolnt a commls Eon Hooker says the tariff will be kept up Smith says the tariff will not bo lowered Hoover strongly In favor of pros perity Smith highly indorses prosperity Hoover wants no votes merely account of re ligion Smith wants no solely on religious grounds Hut hotli would accept tho Mohammedan vote if offered Hoover would like to live In the white house Smith is not averse to living In the white house and in order to got in there either one will promise the voters anything from perpetual motion to eternal salva tion So I am out openly for myself If I have any religion I have at least advertised the fact If I want the constitution changed or If I want It left as It is I know thats the peoples business and not I never spent 20 years abroad nor have I spent 20 years In the shade of Brooklyn bridge I have neither lived off taxpayers or cor porations If I was born of poor parents either in city or farm I have kept it a personal affair I am not tho greatest administra tor of all time neither am I the greatest executive a state evcr bad I have never foil tho Belgians nor havo I kept Tammany hall from starving for eight years In fact so little is known about me that T must bo just about a normal American If defeated I will liave less squawks and alibis I have promised nothing and am tho only one of the three thatcan make good So to offset Coolidgc and McAdoo I come out for myself Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1fl28 Smith Is True Progressive Steck Claims Northwood Audience Hears Plea for Democrats NORTHWOOD Nov Daniel F Stcclc spoke hero Saturday evening at a democratic rally held in the Northwood theater under the auspices ot the Worth county Smith Kobinson club He was introduced by ounty Chairman R G Mitchell of Manly who preaid ed Senator Steclc devoted much of his address to a review of state ments mado by republican lenders prior to the Kan sas City conven tion which Indi cated according to Senator S t e c ks theory that tho republicans them selves at that time 5TECK felt Hoover was not fiualified to lead the party to victory in November He read from the Congressional Record direct quotationa from remarks of Senator Brookhart and Represen tative Dickinson of Iowa and Sena tors Curtis Foss and Norbcck which lie alleged Indicated their opposition to Mr Hoover as a prospective stand ard bearer for the republican party and which he contends should dis riualify him In the minds of the voters TORN TO PAGF 10 COLUMN 3 CLOUGH URGES VOTERS TO AID ROAD BOND BILL Bill Contains a Guarantee That Property Tax Will Never Be Levied ptlRCIIINAL Nov bill It D self contains complete guarantee that under no conditions will tho pro posed state road bond issue ever be come a tax upon property in Uay F Clough Mason City attorney declared at a political rally held In Ladies Aid hall here under tho aus pices of tho republican central com mittee ot Cerro Gordo county Remley J Glass chairman of that body pre sided and E U Stillnmn ot Clear Lake also gave an address There is a provision in the road bill Mr Clough pointed out making It mandatory upon the state to bring a test case in advance of issuing any bonds to determine finally and conv nlctely whether its provisions with re lation to tho 3cent gasoline tax arc legal Will Pay Anyway If there Is even a question said Mr Clough not a single bond will be issued under the bill say to you voters of Hurchinal thai by voting for tlie state bond issue H1 where Gen AugustLno Sandlno hao opopsed the marines for along time showed a heavy vote cast In an or derly manner General Moncada was a lender ot the liberal revolution of 19201027 which was ended by an agreement that the United States would etiperviso the election He Is 56 and for many years conducted newspapers in RIvas rnnada and Managua His running mate was Enoo Aguada a lawyer of Managua By JAMES L WEST Associated Pcless Staff COVER TRAIN EMROUTB TO PALO ALTO Nov 5 lorbert Hoover approached the end f his last campaign trip today wltli Is confidence In republican victory tiengthened by the evidences ot cm huslam which he has found along 000 miles of his journey from th Ytlantic to the Pacific const Ending his quest for the presidency vhero he began it nearly three months go the nominee after his arrival is home at Palo Alto will deliver his aatmessage to tho country before the election tomorrow J This will bs a nonpartisan appeal o tho voters to exercise their right of citizenship at tho polls It will be ivcred from his study at p central time and will be broadcast1 over a nationwide chain ot radio tlons I Lays Cares Aside Hoover made his lost purely politi cal speech at Pueblo Saturday night tho fourth since he left his gen eral headquarters at Washington last Thursday In all of these lie eml phaslzed prosperity the import unco of tho issues beCoro tho clecto rate j With big campaign ended the publican standard bearer appeared tat have laid his cares aside and yosterl day enioyea his first full flay of relaxai Well Known Retired Farmer of Thornton Dies THORNTON Nov John son 73 years old a prominent retired farmer here died at his morning after a lengthy illness He d been an Invalid for a long time Tlio funeral services arc scheduled foi Tuesday afternoon at oclock at tho residence Ho Is survived by bis wife four children and three grand children Collyer and Tucker Dead in Air Crash Yankee Doodle Takes Flyers to Death in Plunge PRESCOTT NOV a famed triumvirate of the noted air speedsters and a fleet little champion of the upper written Its last entry on the pages of aviation history in n bold record dial Uon In many monbii 1U spent ot the day in car and at the points along ths line where ha greeted largo crowds his manner Indicated n freedom from concern oyeri political matters Ho chatted informally with thosri who crowded around tho rear plat form of his car remarking on the gorgeous weather which he encoun tered in Utah and Inquiring about the size of tlio populations and the differ ent industries of the communities Replies to Miner At one stop on tlio cdgo of the Ne vada mining region however his In terest was diverted to the tariff by a blueah trted miner who remarked Hoover thorns a lot of people In this country who would like to keep that tariff on lead nnd we would like to ret 1 higher one an silver If we Well I hope well get the can didate responded with a broad smile The confidence of tho candidate was reflected by the other members ot his party Halph Williams Portland vice chairman ot tho republican national committee Issued a Ktntn ment saying that his observation led Iilm to believe that Hoover would re oplvo a electoial vote ot between and ino as against the Br neces sary for lite election UrErs Hijr Voto WASHINGTON Nov ri f telegram to the republican national committee here Chairman Work to day urged republican workers to get voters to the polls early to Insure the greatest popular volo ever Riven to a presidential Grinnell Students Made Phi Beta Kappa Members Nov 5 ship in Phi Beta Kappa national fraternity was conferred liy VULLIIK rmvu Tuesday you arc not taking the re which ended abruptly against a four Orfnnell college students molest chance of having to pay an ad sheer Arizona mountain cliff loday They arc ICalherlnn Simons ot ditional propeity iix Death penned the final report of the Shenantlnah Myrtle Cnas ot Clriunol Quaker Pastor Killed Nov 5 man killed here Sunday when strucl by a Chicago Rock Island faeifi train Is believed to be S Donald Rog ers a Quaker minister Coroner A Jones is attempting to locate relatives BYRD REACHES NEW ZEALAND Explorer Waits at Welling ton for Remainder of His Party Xew Zealand Nov first stage r His voyage to the great ice hnrrier in Ross sea was completed today by Commander Richard H Ryrd who arrived with 11 members ot his South Polar expedi tion The party camo on tho whaler Lar son and will await tho arrival of rival of tho bark City of New York I tlio Ktcamnblp Hloauor Holing bring ing the other members of the expedi tion In responding to a uivi Commander Dyrd said that in honor of tlio memory of Scott and Sbackc1 ton he was goinpr to carry a British flng on his flight to the South pole Mr Clough went on to explain that Iowa was going to go on paying its gasoline tax whether It adopts the bond issue proposal or not In other he added we are paying for paved roads right now I Whether we get them will be deter mined by our action nt the polls Tuesday Ivealways been In favor ot getting what I purchased and tliat is the issue involved In this bond Issue question at this Wants Secondary Roads Mr doughs address contained an appeal for Increased attention to sec ondary ronds In this connection lie made reference to the plank in the republican partys platform urging Immediate and specific action along this line A special commission of road authorities has been appointed by Governor HammlJl to push forward and coordinate sec onary road development Herbert Hoover was held up by Mr Clough as tlie one best qualified man In America to put thru a farm relloi program tho starting point of must be tho republican protective tar iff He called itlenlimi to the fact that the republican party slnre its In roption has been a party of protection whereas tlio democratic party for even longer lime has been iinlrorinlj courageous attempt of Capt C B IX Collyor to flash to a new TV UN TO PAGE 10 COLUMN 1 Kmlth ot Sioux Falls S and John Spenror of GrinneJK transcontinental nonstop record in the trim Yankee Doodle with Harry Tuclcor the planes owner riding aw a passenger The broken bodies of tlie two men Collyor a coholder of the aroundtbc travel record and Tucker a rec ord bolder with his proud little air whlppet of both enstwcst and west past transcontinental records were rot Into IVssrott on pack burrows j today Letters In their were ircded to establish the mens identi ties Uttln Ixift of Pliiiic Nothing was left to salvage indeed hnrrtly enough left to identify of I he LockheedVega which thundered Into the of Crook canyon 23 miles south of here Saturday ntghl at a lorrific clip Mist nnd rain the nemesis of many other blrdmen overtook the plane in n most dangerous part of Its route n ml together wltli motor trouble un doubtedly caused the crash Collyer and Tucker apparently died Instantly tho thcro was mulo evi dence they lilld made a last iLlnniLilt fctfort to use theJr parachutes to lc sert their ship Their pavacliulOH wore open but binding flares lind leen released lead TtlCN TO 10 COLUMN 4 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen These folks Hi at drop re marks about wearin silk pa jamas is the very ones that slept in their underclothes until they was T   

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