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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1928, Mason City, Iowa AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FIHAL EDITION VOL XXXV CBNT3 PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS tJSA8EB WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCT 24 1928 tmiTED PRB8B AM INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPUiMENTAL BERVICH NO 13 ZEPPELIN READY FOR TOUR OF MIDWEST HUGHES THINKS Hoover HOOVER WILL BE FRIEND OF FARM to Speak in St I Nov 2 ZEP DEAL PROPOSED Compares Records of Candidates in St Joseph Talk ST JOSEPH Oct 24 Leaving with the farm belt a plea for election of Herbert Hoover as the candidate best fitted to deal agricultural relief and other national problems Charles Evanq Hughes was enroute to Chica go today for his second address of the presidential campaign I The former sec1 rctary of state who was republi can presidential nominee In 1916 made a doublebar relled speech in hia Initial appear ance hero last night speaking first to a crowd which packed the municipal audl torlum and later repeating the address from a radio studio over a network of stations of tho National Broadcasting company chain Repetivlon of the speech In which Mr Hughes declared his belief that Hoover was better equipped by experi ence and background for the presi dency than Gov Alfred E Smith was necessitated by the fact that igc ments could not be made for the radio k hookup at the hour he spoke at the auditorium Will Speak in Chicago Mr Hughes was due to reach Chl cago at oclock this afternoon for Ws speech preparation if which hii1 time on the Xtialn today In Joseph address claredithere were few party TtTRNiTO PAGE COLUMNS Will Rogers NEW YORK Oct dug up a whole new subject last night and mads the best speech of his campaign It was about keep ing congrsos and the senate from having anything to do with the nations h u s 1 ness If he had gone a step further and come out for their abolish ment I believe he would have been elected unanimously on the spot Smith is al ways saying If WILL ROGERS I get in I will appoint a commission to look into so and Thats what fills poor houses is peoplethat have waited for some government committee to act Outside of traffic there Is noth Ing that has held this country back as much as committees Yours WILL Copyright 1928 ROBINSON CALLS HOOVER CURTIS REACTIONARIES BAD WEATHER HALTS HUSKING Machine Pickers Unable to Operate in Some Fields DBS Oct 24 orable weather Spnilltions during the week ending yesterday delayed corn husking In Iowa while winds blew down a great deal of corn and knocked oft a large number of ears said Charles D Heed director of the Iowa Weather and Crop bureau today in his weekly report Wet fields made the gathering of corn by machines almost Impossible and hand picking difficult the report said Ears on the ground have been damaged while the corn crop la still too wet to crib In large quantities Winter wheat however was bene fited by tho wet weather and germin ated seed shows a good stand Pas tures are In good condition With wagons unable to enter tne fields sugar beet gathering haa been delayed Livestock is in good condition altho locally heavy losses have been report ed from hog cholera ing welcome By Z HENLE Associated Press Staff j ENTlOyTE WITH SENATOR ROB INSON TO SIOUX FALLS S jOct 24 weeks from today Senator Joo Hoblnson will know whether his direct call to adherents ot the progressive party to vote the dem ocratic national ticket this year has had the effect he hoped for when he made it Convinced that the SmithRobinson ticket can carry most of the middle western states If those who voted for PAPERSWORTHY OF PUBLIC SAYS A P PRESIDENT Frank B Noyes Notes Steady Progress in Recent Years NEW YORK Oct 24 B Noyes of the Washington Star president of the Associated Press told a group representative Industrial ists today that American newspapers as a whole were worthy of the con fidence oE their Speaking at the fifth annual confer ence of major industries held at Co lumbia university Mr Noyes said he thot everyone familiar with Journal ism in America In the last GO years would agree that In accuracy of statement in breadth of Information In ethical standards there had been a steady progress upward Intention Is to Be Fair Mr appearing at the repre sentative of the publishing industry said that the reports of newspapers and press associations did contain many since they were theproducts of human beings but he gave assurance that the Intention is fairly and accurately to depict the situation He defended American journalism against forms of attack and criticism which he said were unjust and un warranted Perhaps the largest class of Mr Noyes said ara those who fclnd partisanship in the news re lorts of both press associations and iewBpapera I thlnlc these critics are In the main of entire good faith but iftiHaittV Isfithftt tUemaeifes that wrt they want jtalfUaniniP on their Bide have been in this business for many years and if tha time ever comes when the Associated Press Is not charged by all parties and most candidates with adverse partisanship CARLETON HONORS Q Q fl J flj WORK ON TALK N MIDDLEWEST Carleton collegeof Northfleld conferred the honorary degree of doctor ot laws npbn Frank B Kellogg secretary of state when fie spoke at dedication of a dormitory memorializing Cordenlo A Severance former law partner Mr KeUogg is ahown left with Donnld J Cowling president ol Carle ton Curtis and Robinson to Wind Up Iowa Campaign Senator LaFollette In 1024 will choose Governor Smith on Nov C the nomi nee prepared to push his bid tor pro gressive votes today In South Dakota another state which gave a strong vote four years ago Assails Hoover Curtis Altho Senator Robinson bos de clared upon several occasions that the democratic party now has become the progressive party of the he made his strongest appeal to the pro gressive group nt Sioux City last nighl in a speech In which he assailed both Herbert Hoover anl Senator Curtis a Ho called Senator Curtis the king ot the declared that Hoovers principle TURN TO PAGE 16 COLUMN 5 I will be very seriously perturbed Doing Level As it Is I am serenely conscious of the fact that we are doing our level best day In and day out to keep In the mWdle of trie road having no par tiality for any party any church any economic theory nor any cause or man whatever and on the other hand no hostility to any of them I know that this is trye of the As sociated Press and I believe It Is also now true of the other large press as sociations There have been venal newspaper men as there have been venal doc tors lawyers business men and even TURN TO PAGE SO COLUMN 1 THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS NEW BOOKLET ON PICKLE MAKING Exact facts about pickle making are available to every housewife based on accurate experiments ot the United States Government scientists at Washington This booklet on pickle making contains precise tables showing cor rect solutions for all sorts of and sour It gives right proportions lor all Ingredi ents and tells how to test brine solutions and all supplies Let our Washington Information bureau send you a copy Use the coupon Frederic J Haskln Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I inclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet MAKING FERMENT ED PICKLES Name Street City Stite 2 BOYS SLAY YOUNG BANDIT 10 and 13 Year Old Youths Charged With Murder of Companion SMITH OFF FOR BOSTON SPEECH Democratic Nominee Enters Stronghold of Re publicans NASHUA N Oct 24 Two hoys 13 and 10 years old today stood charged with the slaying ot an other 13 year old youth their associ ate in a long series ot petty thefts Implication his companions Frank Hokas 13 and John Milking 10 was believed by police to be re sponsible for the death of Adam Goodvltch Tho boy waa shot thru the heart and a pistol lett close to one hand to give an appearance sui cide The revolver had never been fired It was fully loaded A third revolver also stolen from the Hill hardware store for which theft the three boys were arecsted last Monday was miss ing The boys had been freed In cus tody of their parents pending dispo sition of their cases nnd with a stipu lation that they continue search for stolen goods they admitted having taken In n number burglaries ALBANY N Oct 24 Gov Alfred E Smidi democra tic candidate for the presidency of the United States left AI iHiny on his spccixl rain for Bos ton nt a in today ALBANY N Oct 24 Al fred B Smith turned today toward New England a normal bulwark republican strength as a new field in which to preach the democratic gos pel ot Jefferson and Jackson Satisfied with his two drives west of the Allegheny mountains the dem ocratic nominee has elected to close his drive for the presidency along the densely populated north Atlantic sea bi rd and Massachusetts has been singled out as the state first to feel I the tread of an Invading democratic host The governor arranged his schedule so aa to arrive In Boston at p today In order to have time for a parade before apearlng in the Boston area tonight Upsetting precedents ot recent poli tical history the standard bearer of democracy has decided to carry bis campaign Into ft group ot states which under usual conditions register their electoral votes In the republi can column The governors address in Boston la scheduled for 8 oclock tonight Ma son City time and can be heard over and coasttoconst network of tho National Broadcnsllng company Norris Bolts Republicans to Aid Smith Nebraska Senator Is to Favor Governor in Saturday Speech PORTLAND Oct S4 Senator George Norris of Ne prosrcssive announced liere today that he will support Gov Alfred E Smith democratic nominee for tlie presidency and that start on a speaking lour in Smiths behalf within a few OMAHA Oct 24 announce ment that Senator George W Norria progressive leader would support Gov Alfred 13 Smith for the presidency was made last night by Josepl Koutsky chair man of the Agri cultural League of Nebraska Senator NorrlE will favor Gover nor Smith flatly and unqualifiedly In his speech here Saturday night Koutsky said Koutsky is one of several republi cans in the Agrl cultural league which Is termed a progressive organization favoring Smiths candidacy Arthur F Mullen tional commltteeman Both Oxidate Scheduled for Address in Dei Moines DBS MOISES Oct vice presidential candidates of both major political parties are to furnish the fireworks for a lively campaign windup in Iowa Senator Joseph Rob inson democratic vice presidential candidate Is to speak hero Saturday evening and Senator Charles Curtis running mate of Herbert Hoover wUi speak in DCS Alolnes Thursday eve ning Nov 1 State headquarters of both parties today were busy with plans to make the vlaits of their respective candi dates the occasion for monster party rallies that will bring to Bes Molnet prominent parties of the state Senator Robinsons speech at Saturday evening will be broadcast overwHO and WOC The Phila delphia speech of Gov Alfred E Smith the same night is to be brot to the Robinson audience by radio earlier In the evening Dale Grlswolil Polk county republi can chairman who has charge of the local Curtis program hopes that a republican luncheon or a dinner at which Iowa republican chiefs will meet the vice presidential candidate may be arranged Carl Evans democratic county chairman hopes to have HOO Iowa anri DCS Moincs democrats at a Robinson banquet Saturday Special are going out to all county chairmen and chairwomen of each party to at tend the function centering about the visits of tho vice presidential nomt ness In addition tho promoters the democratic campaign among farm ers plan to invite representatives rheir state wide organization to par tlolpate In the Robinson demonstra tlon J Y Reception Spurs Party Leader for Final Effort By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff iirASHINGTON Oct 24 W bert Hoover will leave Washing on on his last campaign on week from tomorrow and will spea n St Louts on tho night of Nov 2 This announcement was made toda at the personal headquarters of th republican presidential candidate M Hoover will reach his homo at Stan ford university near Palo Alto Cal on Nov 5 and from his study ther make his last address of th campaign a radio appeal to voters o ehalf of the republican national ticke While the entire Itineraryfor the westward trip hasnot yet been an nounced Mr Hoover will go thru western Maryland West Virginia ana Kentucky enroute to St Louis His speech in that city will be delivered at the coliseum and will he broadcast over a national radio hookup The republican presidential candi date returned to Washington yeater terdayfrom New Tork and plunged immediately into plans for iiiatrip to his home in California to vote With the exception of a delegation of loclnl workers on todaya engagement list Ho contemplated several days ot quiet while he grinds out apeecb will make on the trip acrou country candidate i day nlgrjit he final blast f eastern campaign Predicts Majority for Hoover in Iowa CEDAR RAPIDS Oct 24 ov John Hammill attending the Ktyflrst annual convention of the rand chapter order ot tho Eastern itar mado a prediction here today hat Iowa would go for Hoover by majority The state bond Issue for irimaiy road system completion In six ears would earn by a sate majority he governor said The executulve said he would speak it Albla tomorrow at Mlnot N cxt Tueusdny at Hampton ami rrundy Center next Wednesday and at Hannibal next Thursday Governor Hnmmlll declared that to ay Herbert Hoover Is not Interested n farm relief is to be blind to the ruth democratic na for Nebraska made a formal statement including the same prediction of Senator Norris stand Go to the city young man and hus tle Then In the courc of years you will get rich enough to live In the Post Even when armed with nothing bur a club primitive man was master of the jungle Some of the moderns oc casionally must pine for those happj City Tribune DR D1ESJT HOME Dentist Here for Many Years Was Victim of Heart Disease Dr J W Kelly 55 years old a practicing dentist here f or many years died at his home 210 Sixth Place southeast early Wednesday afternoon fol Schoolboy Reveals Kidnapers Identity NEWARK N Oct 24 bert Lcrncr 10 seems to ho a coming j Conan Teacher called on him to tell a story in grade 3A Jllller street public school He began once upon a time and toi or a girl who played hookey in order 1 Wednesday as 160 Iowa Librarians Meet at MarsHalltown Oct 21 Mora than 160 librarians had regis tered this morning for tho days session of the Iowa state librar ians associations annual convention icre Paul W Utchfleld above presi dent ot the Goodyear Tire and AIRLINER MAY HALT FOR NIGHT AT SCOn FIELD 0 Guests of Eckener Will Make Flight FromN J BULLETIN lAKEHURST N Oct 24 Hans Von Schiller navigator ol the transAtlantic dirigible Graf Zeppelin announced today that the airliner would leave for tlie middle west tonight when the weather permits The wind usu ally drops to it minimum velocity at 6 oclock In the evening AKEHURST N Oct 24 The Graf Zeppelin was ready today o start on her midwest tour either onlght or dawn tomorrow depending upon weather conditions Passengers were instructed to be at he field at 6 p m tonight Eighteen o 20 passengers will bo carried aa guests of Dr Hugo Eckener the ieppelins commander Dr Eckener and those of his officers and crew who had been visiting Washington and Chicago returned here last night Tho detailed route depends upon veather conditions but the tentative tlnerary would take the Graf Zeppe In from Lakehurst over Pittsburgh Columbus Cincinnati Indianap olis and St Louis to Scott field Belle ville 111 If the start Is made at dawn the dirigible will spend the night at Scott field taking off the tollow ng day for a cruise over Chicago Milwaukee Tetrolt Cleveland Ak ron Buffalo Niagara Falls Syracuse Albany New York City and back to the naval air station hero She then would he refueled and pre pared to Frhed v v v a Atlantic atrshlp concern which would eataMInh regular four day service between Europe and the United States Briton Says He Got Word From Planet Mars Message Sent By British Post office Oct 24 pay ing 30 cents n word for government radiograms to be sent to a woman on Mara and after listening for replies Dr Mansfield Robinson telepatlilst announced this morning that certain messages liad been received but would have to be decoded Operators at the Kalnt radio station who had listened on a wave length of meters for a reply said nothing hud been heard from the TV A ilofrett Warner assistant secretary of the navy for aeronautics WP McCrack en assistant secretary of commerce tor aeronautics Dr J H Dellinger radio expert ot the department of commerce II H Blee of the depart ment of commerce Col John Pnegelow commanding officer ol Scott field Maj R 13 Lincoln of the army general staff Washington Lieut Frank McKee commanding of ficer of Norton field Columbus Lu clus Boomer of New York A F Ma sury vice president of International motors Austin Beam ot the Chrysler export corporation and Kdwin Stew art of Bed Bank N J Wea IOWA FORECAST Fair Wednesday night nnd Thursday sllfihlly colder Wednes day night in extreme northwest portion local frost night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m to play house took a doll carriage from In front of a store then kid naped a baby That said Alberts climax wns Dorothy Since Dor othy was nlno 3 pupil and thecity had been puzzled over a kidnnpcd baby found In a doll carriage tho teacher telephoned the police Dorothy confessed Circus Giant Dies at Knoxville Home KNOXVILLE Oct 24 O clrcua giant and aucltion lowing an illness of a year Heart disease was given the cause of his death jcer iicant his home here today after He i3 Survived by his wife jnn extended illness Ho wan 68 years cua two brothers and a sister all of I01tseven tea tan Robinson travel Mn a snnt with a number of clrc Mason City rangements nounced No funeral organisations 40 years ago Retiring nave oeen an from tno sawdust ring he became An auctioneer towa Feebleminded Want to Vote Nov 6 DES MOINES Oct 24 ney General John Fletcher today was naked by A M McColl member of the state board of control for an opinion is to whether Inmates of tho home Tor the feebleminded at Woodward might votfi in the November election Five or six hundred oC the inmates deslro to vote McColl Bald Coolidge Issues His Nov 29 Proclamation WASHINGTON Oct 24 Presi dent Coolldgo issued his annual Thanksgiving proclamation today by calling upon the people to offer thanks on Thursday Nov 29 Tor pros perity in agriculture Industry and commerce nnd for the peacewhich has existed in tlie last year Highest Tucsrtny 6fl Degrees Lowest 35 Degrees At 8 A M Wednesday Degrees Tuesday was about as warm and fine as a dny late In October could be with the wind in the northwest Wed nesday got a good start too and many are there who are hoping that tlie same brand of weather will continue until after Saturday in the interest of footballs advancement AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen planet The messages sent by Dr Robinson were dispatched In0 space on a wave ength of melera by the Rugby station at 2lf a m They read Love to Mars and Rod Is Love and were uldrcssccl to Oomarubu a big cared Martian with whom Dr Robinson said he had had telepathic communication As the enthusiastic doctor realized Jier haps were not acquainted with Rng si he transnteil the radiograms In 1csnt prosperity reminds us that to a special fortheir benefit lllr1 mos nrc liko a Sent Vli Tostoffice liro lsn flnt cxcert at the Altho the British postofflce whfch IMvcnpnrt Times accepted the messages would not guarantee their delivery Tr Robin son spent tho early hours of this morning at the laboratory of a rntlfic friend Prof A M in Clilswick a suburb optimistically try ing to pick up a reply on a high pow ered radio set at 4 a m he We hnve received certain messages but must wait until they arc There will be flomn behind their remarked tiio doctor re assuringly ns he waited In the Chla wick laboratory This is tho greatest event In tho history of the human race It Is the big thing foretold In the from tbo Pyramids 1 have a theory that tho whirlwind exiierlcMicod In London Monday night was In tho na ture of a hint from Mars and I am Investigating Others Try fo Hrar Radio listeners In America Scot and East Africa and tho gov ernment radio were Ilko himself watching for the Martian signal he said Dr added he ilrl not have this morning that pnin in his left templo which ho suffers when Ooomarurn to spiMk to His last act in hia frlotuls lab oratory WFIS to open a bottle of cham pagne and tn rtrink the health of all Martlana Indlscrlmlnatey Jim pretends hes boss his house but he taught his wife to drive an never made her ;