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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WISE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL EERVICH NO 25 HOOVERS LEAD NEAR 5 MILLION HOOVER VOTES RNIA HOME V V W W W w W T T T T T T Iowa Good Road Bond Issue Is Assured by Lead 11AMMILL NAMED FOR THIRD TIME BY LARGE VOTE Hawkeye State Continues Strong in Republican List Rolling Up Substantial Leads on All G 0 P Candidates D BULLETIN DBS MOINES Nov 7 lead in Iowa passed the marlt In Iowa at noon today with of the states precincts giving the republican nominee votes to for SmitJi BULLETIN DBS MOINES Nov 7 p today precincts out of gave John HaniiuIII republican candidate for reelection as gov ernor votes to for W Housel democrat MOINES Nov 7 from 998 precincts out ot gave votes for and against the state road bond The constitutional amendment limiting state eenatorshlps to one from each county was leading to with 652 precincts heard from DBS MOINES Nov 7 republicans pretty nearly had a clean sweep things in the state yesterday They mode John Hammill twice elected governor the second third term governor in her history They sent to congress a complete delegation ot Tepubllcan representa tives there was no senator up for election this tihie Thenpassed by a surprising majority almost three to one a 000 bond tssue designed to liftIowa out of the mud by paving mile of primary roads and surfacing with gravel the rest ot tha primary roads With Governor Hammill she to the atatehouse a complete state ticket republicans and selected re for the ty fell tfie state ithe first wo in Iowas history This and the election of one new dem ocratic senator George W Tabor of Jackson county and the re turn of several democratic incumbents were the only apparent exceptions to the sweeping republican victory Supported Bond Issue Yet this was a state In which demo cratic leaders had counted upon dissi dent farmers opposed to republican doctrines This state overwhelm ingly supoprting a iiuge road bond Is sue was the one popularly supposed to bo on Its uppers as a of fi nancial depression It was tho state In which Charles Curtis republican vice presidential nominee had made the alleged politi cal Faux Pas ot telling a hackler he house man legislator ISSUE CARRY 2 T01HUOUNTY laugen Given Big Lead in Fourth District Over Larson rjERBERT HOOVER the senate ti redistricting amendment and the road bond Issued each carried in Cer ro Gordo county by a vote of two Co one according to completed returns from tho 29 voting precincts in Tues days general election With tho same sort ot decisive vote the eight precincts in Mason Citi smacked the municipal court proposal lefeatins tho measure for tho sec ond time Mr Hoover carried the county bj plurality ot over Mr Smith a larger margin than even his mis enthusiastic supporters had hoped The unofficial returns from tin precincts in the county gave Mr Hoover and Smith Loses Two Precincts The republican presidential nomine carried all but two precincts In til county losing Mount Vernon town ship by only one vote and Dougherty Cerro Gordo countys solid b a vote ot 32 to 29S The returns from the gubernatorial vote showed presidential nom inees ahead of tick was too damn dumb to All things considered democratic leaders found the election result some thins at which to marvel Republi cans on the other hand said Iowa had confidence in the genius of her native son Herbert Hoover was be ginning to taste somewhat of repub lican brand of prosperity and was not to be misled by political windjamming 56 for Bond Issue Last tabulated returns recorded nt an early hour today gave the bond is sue a majority of nearly three to one TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 3 HIS LOSS WITH FAMOUS SMILE Governor Wants to Be Left Alone for a While By D HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Writer NEW YORK Nov 7 E Smith has fought the greatest battle of his long public career and has conceded his defeat Altho returns were not complete he had admitted today that his hopes for the presidency had been dashed by an overwhelming vote for Herbert Hoover his republican opponent Cut ho went down smiling say the friends who stuck with him to the last and now seeks to be left alone for a Surrounded by members of his fam ily the fourtimes governor ot New York had planned to stay at his hotel today preparing for the trip back to Ibany where he will vacate the gov rnora chair Dec 31 He probably 111 so to the state capital and rest a THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS 19281929 GAME LAWS Are you going hunting this year If so you wll need the latest in formation on the open season for different game in various parts ot the United States and Canada You will want to know what changes have been made In the laws and regulations since the last time you were in the field There Is a new booklet that will tell you everything on this subject that you would like to know It is published by the government and is therefore authoritative Our Washington information bu reau will procure a copy for you Just write your name and address on the coupon below and enclose 4 cents in coin or stamps for return postage and handling Frederic J Ilashin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the GAME LAWS BOOKLET Name Street City State hile before taking a vacation trip ith Mrs Smith who was by his side moat constantly thruout the long nd arduous campaign Sends Hia Congratulations Governor Smith was not long in ending hia congratulations to Mr Hoover Soon after midnight he dis atched the following telegram to his ipponent at Palo Alto I congratulate you Ijeartiiy on our victory and extend to you my inccre good wishes for your health nd happiness and for the success of This was all the New York execu Ive had to say for publication light during a whirlwind dash aboMt ils native Jjew York catching election eturns on the fly Visits were made o the 71st regiment armory tempor ary headquarters of hall o Franklin D Roosevelts headquar ers In the Blltmore and to democrat national headquarters in the Gen Motors building where the Hoover tel was made public and the icratlc nominee finally motored nark o his hotel shortly before 1 oclock this morning At oclock this morning he kissed each one of his children good night and cheerily announced that he would see them In the morning Chair man Raskob and several old cromts also were among the last to leave suite Ddplcts Earlier Scenes In admitting the loss of his second fight In a political career that has run a quarter of a century Governor Smith round himself in the unusui TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 3 John Hammill in all of the 29 precincts was while Jilr Housel Tiie remainder of the state ticket followed along1 with a vote Jn genera similar to that given tho governor nominees Congressman G N Hau gen of North wood won over his demo cratic opponent Erwln Larson of Charles City in this county by a vote ot to The congressman carried all of the precincts in the county by large majorities with ex ception of Dougherty which went for Mr Laison State Ticket Given The state ticket for officers other than governor showed the following vote in Cerro Gordo county in 28 pre cincts For lieutenant Me Farlane Robert L Finch For secretary of M Smith J Af Gass For auditor of W Long Anna B Lawther For treasurer of E Johnson Lloyd Guinn For attorney Fletch er G A Kenderdine For secretary of G Thornburg William M Wade For railroad M Richardson John W Dwyer to fill P Wood ruff S J Galvin Judges of the supreme court three to be D Evans 9 229 Jnmes W Klndig Truman S Stevens John W Anderson Fred P Hagemann To fi TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 1 The Associated Press telephofo shows Mr Hoover the presidentelect voting at a polling place In the Leiand Stanford nnivcrsity union building S D Tawnier a member of the school faculty an election Inspector also Is shown at the right MRS MCORMICK WINSJLECTION Daughter of Mark Hanna Defeats Veteran Con gressman CHICAGO Nov 7 political irccepls of her father United States icnator and maker of presidents and her own astute political sense today von for Ruth Hanna McCormick a dent Coolidge today telegraphed Presl seat In congress Colncidentally It centelect Hoover that his election Returns Are Gratifying to Coolidge Greetings Are Sent to Hoover and Sen ator Curtis WASHINGTON Nov 7 Will Rogers NEW YORK N Nov so quiet here today Its like Yom Kipper Instead election Taxl cahs n rushing back and forth taking voters from i one pre cinct to another We have to put on a new version of our show after election Got a Hoover and Smith ver slon just wait Ing Tho south will give the re p u b II c a n B nc more votes than they over did iiOnly this is the only time they have evei vas the tenth anniversary of the elec tion oC her husband the late Medill McCormick to the United States sen ate When Mark Hanna determined to put William McKInlcy into the white touse he summoned his vast powers for organization and publicity sent orators Into every village hamlet When his daughter determined to enter on a political career as a candi date for reprcsentativeatlarge from Illinois she took her cause Into every one states 102 counties This was her debut Jnto public of fice yet Mrs McCormick is no begin ner In public life Now 47 years old she began her political schooling at1 the republican convention of 189B at St Louis where her father achieved ler ambition to bring about McKin cys nomination She has attended very convention ilark lanna went to Washington as a sen tor Ruth Hanna went along as his ecretary And when Medill McCor ilck was elevated to the senate 10 ears ago today his wife stood by as iis able counsellor Mrs McCormlck eliminated the vet ran congressman Richard Yatcs at he primaries but ho was placed on he ticket beside her when her col gue Representstve at Large llcn y L Rathbonc died and the indorsement of the admin istration are of great satisfaction to Mr Coolidgo also dispatched his congratulations to Vice President ElectCurt Is With this Mr Cool iflge wired I can now retire in con Qtu5 tentment I send you most cordial and WJLU ROGERS counted them Both mens fate to night la in the hands ot the counter Thats like trusting yourself to a woman jury I would rather have counters on my side than Issues I want to hereby he the first defeated candidate to claim a moral victory Yours WILL congratulations on your To Mr Curtis the president said It Is n special satisfaction to con gratulate you on your election to the office of vice president bccauso know your peculiar fitness for that ROOSEVELT HAS LEAD 3nly Two Districts in New York Have Failed to Report NEW YORK Nov 7 D Roosevelt democrat held a lead ol over over Albert Ottlnger In th race for governor of New York stati onthe bivsis of incomplete returns tab ulntedat a m Only two districts in New York CItj remained to be heard from but then wero 358 missing in tho republlcar counties up state The vote was Roosevelt Ottinger SMITH ABLE TD TAKE ONLY TWO STATES IN NORTH Massachusetts and Rhode Island Counted in Demo cratic Column While Hoover Lists Texas Florida North Carolina BOSTON Nov 7 Alfred E Smith won the state of Massif chusetts by morethan over Herbert Hoover With 50 precincts missing out of Smiths tots vote was Hoovers The democratic candidates victory was insured by a wide margin in the city of Boston where ho polled votes to with one pre cinct missing Senator David I Walsh was reelected over B Loring Young by a plurality of more than By BYRON PRICE Associated Press Staff THE GREATEST electoral total In history was clustering under the reputi lican emblem of Hoover and Curtis today as accumulating returns the mandate of the voters with Increasing emphasis Thruout the flay 40 states continued to turn in majorities for the repub lican nominees while only eight kept to the standard oC Smith and Robin son The republican forty Included four In tho democratic Carolina Virginia Floridaanct Texas Among the democratic eight were but two outside the and RhodeIsland Those 40 Hoover states vote 444 strong In the electoral college The eight Smith states have hut S7 votes These are the high and low marks for any party in a two way national division Altho many precincts BtlU wereto be counted returns compiled by Associated Press up to 1 p central time had shown no Indication that a single Hoover or Smith state was preparing to shift Irom trend which had continued since early morning Hoovers popular maiority over Smith stood clone to andwas mounting steadily Even In New Torfc Clly the et Tammanyhall and tha great Smith strength In all of his campaigns for governorship his plurality yester day was in round numbers Before hand hia managers had pre dicted It would bs around Neither did tho Smith vote In Chicago Baltimore Cleveland St Louis or Phladelphla take on tho Smith ratio predicted for it altho In Boston prob ably the scene of tho nominees great est reception during tho campaign ho received a tremendous tribute at tho ballot box May Stnrfc Now Trend What the election may moan for tho future of the two party organiza tions question of great speculation among party chiefs The great Hoover vote Jn tile south following re WISCONSIN IS BACK IN FOLD OF REPUBLICANS Otis Glenn Named Over Anton Cermak CHICAGO Nov 7 E Glenn republican of Murphysboro was elected United States senator on tho basis of returns today from precincts out of In Illinois He received votes and Anton J Cermak his opponent Curb Million Dollar Blaze in Buffalo N Y Mrs Ruth Pratt Is First Woman in N Y Named for Congress NEW YORK Nov 7 Ruth Pratt today holds the distinction of being New Yorks first woman con1 gressman She was eiected over Philip Berolz heimer democrat to represent the Sevententh or silk stocking district which however includes some oC the poorer residential districts In addition to exclusive Park avenue The only woman to ever elected to the New York City board of alder men Mrs Pratt Is a widow and the mother of fivo children Sheis a republican By JAMES L WEST Associutt i Press Stall Writer HOOVER HOME Stanford Unlver sity Campus Nov 7 bert Hoover began his first day as presidentelect by taking a long stroll thru the const range of hills near his BUFFALO N Nov 7 home here with Mrs Hoover moat dismstrous fire in years was They trod pathways which brut I under control last night after it crowding back memories of j had swept half a dozen buildings along years of youth when as students at i ihe waterfront and lower mnin street Stanford they studied geology toxTlio was estimated at prob RCther j ably With tho strain of election over they botli wero caro frco and happy and pointed out to each other spots mado familiar In long ago days Af ter a restful night tho presidentelect and the first lady that is to be weie awake early and had breakfast to gother In a smajl ovcr TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 2 With Only Few Precincts Out Birger Running Behind MILWAUKEE Nov 7 With only five precincts missinc in the fifth congressional district Representative Victor L Bcrcer lone socialist in congress wits trnitiiiK William II Stafford his repuhlcan opponent by 157 votes MILWAUKEE Nov 7 ing back into the republican column after Its revolt four years ago to sup port Its nativeson Wisconsin yester day gavo Herbert Hoover a majority expected to exceed in a rec ord making vote Upon this tide of republican votes it appeared that all tho party candidates with the excep tion of one candidate for congress had swept into office The state which in 1924 was alono In Its support of Senator Robert M LaFollette elected Walter J Kohler millionaire manufacturer and support ers of Hoover governor ot Wisconsin over Mayor Albert G Schmedeman ot Madison democrat His majority was expected to equal that ot Hoover LaFollette Returned Young Robert M LaFollette who n 1925 was chosen to fill the senate NEVER AGAIN NEW YORK Nov 7 ernor Smith announced today that ho never expected io run for pnliiic office he had had more than n quarter of a cpntiiry lit pub lic life and tlmt was enough organization of tho republican party In most of the southern states leaves for that party an opennuestion of how far It will go In its endeavor to mam In a twoparty basis south ot the asonIlxon line Many thousands of those who voted salnst Smith continued to profess icir allegiance to tho dcmocnitiu arty and whether any considerable umber of them can be permanently rot within the ranks of a rejuvenated epubltcan party In the south remains or tho coming months to determine On tho democratic side lies ths hoe question of what can bo dono to cjuvenatft a party which took the imlshmont It suffered yesterday on Opening Installment of GlobeGazettes New Story Lets Live Will be found on Page 5 IOWA FORECAST Generally fair Wednesday night an Thursday cooler night LOCAL STATISTICS GiobcCinzotte weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednesday Highest Tuesday 58 Decrees Lowest in Nlclit 41 Decrees At 8 A M Tuesday 41 Degrees Rainfall 76 of nn Inch Morn than three quarters of an Inch of rain descended upon democratic hopcH locally Tucsdny night accord ing to the GlobcGnzeUes government rain gauge And tho rain was contln nine to fall Wednesday forenoon seat vacated by the death of his fath er was returned for a full six year term LnFollelte republican nom nee who failed to support Hoover and gave out a statement interpreted by tho democrats as an Indorsement o Governor Smith was reelected over Senator William II Mnrkham conservative republican who ran as an independent after M K Reilly democratic candidate withdrew La Follettes majority was expected to ex cced Having secured the republican nom ination in tho primary tho four pro gressivcs who help direct the state government were elected easily ovc democratic opponents They ar Henry A Huhcr lieutenant governor John W Reynolds attorney genera Theodore Diimmann secretary o stato and Solomon Leavilan stat ticaaurer fiercer Just Makes It Election of 10 republicans and on socialist as Wisconsins rcpicscnta tlvcs in congress wia Indicated 1 early returns in which all rolled u lieavy majorities with tho exceptio ot Representative Victor Uorgcr Ion socialist In congress Berger gained a narrow victory over II Stafford former congressman and the republi can nominee In tho fifth district Mil TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 7 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen The more you do for folks the hatefuler they act when they dont need you no   

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