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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1928, Mason City, Iowa foirfo fofi rne AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EOITIOH xrrx VOL XXXV CENTS PER ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE PRESS NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL 1W OWLAND ONE HOUR AHEAD IN AIR DERBY Home of Chicago Police V icked by Gang Bomb SICK WIFE IS HURLED OUT OF BYBLAST Officer Blames Raid on Gambling Club for Explosion CHICAGO Sept home of Police Captain Luke Garrick bombed early today His wife ho is ill was thrown from bed Their 7 months old granddaughter as buried under eight Inches of j aster as she lay In her crib The image was approximated at The bomb exploded In the vestibule j tha flat building in which the poj ce captain lives Neither Mrs Garrick nor her grand aughter was seriously injured but rs Garrick suffered severely from jock and was taken to a hospital I Captain Garricfc a few hours earli r hadled a raid on the Minerva Athj itlc club where 64 men were arrested j r gambling He said he believed the bombing ras In retalialion for the raid Lawrence Mangano 35 reputed t jwner of the raided club was arrested Hit denied any knowledge of tljc Jfcombing He along with others arj In the raid was held for when Captain Gorj iilck said he was positive the raid was vis ok of tho bombing I Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Sept 8 is receiving a lot of at tention because wo have nothing elsa to interest us We dont have to worry about anything No nation in the history oC the world was ever sitting as pretty If we want anything all we have to do is go and buy it on credit So that leaves us without uny economic problem whatever Ex cept perhaps some day to have to pay tor them But we are certain ly not thinking about that this ear ly Yours lor more credit and longer payments WILL Coyprfeht FOUR MEN HELD FOR DEATH OF NEW YORK BOY Relative Admits Kidnap ing Youth at Coney Island Armstrong to Be Home Monday ARCTIClARTET SENDS MESSAGE FROM THE PAS MARTYR TO SCIENCE Connie Macks Boys Pare Full Game OffN Y Lead SIX MIDWEST STATES ARE TO HEAR AL SMITH NEW YORK me Minneapolis an 7 ft RALLY Helena Milwaukee Added to Itinerary NEW YORK Sept nor Smith will make six formal addresses in as many states on his trip west starting Sep1 16 The ItiheYaryfor In Sept I 1 men were under arrest today in in j estigation of the kidnaping and strangling of a G year old boy at Coney Island The body of Salvatore Santomarco was found in the rear of jhiS brotherinlaws house wrapped in Ic burlap bag and covered with stones i Four men were charged with homi ciile including Luigi Panorella hus iband of tha boys sister Fanny 15 Panorella police said admitted kid i raping the boy in an effort to force his estranged wife to return for him other three nien Jer diy Perlno John Marisco and Pasquale Horello for the killing The three however denied Panorellas story j Police said Panorella enticed Salva llore ami his S year oldbrother Thorn 1 ast to his home intending to hold them hostage for his wifes affections Thomas was allowed to return home but Salvatore was placed under the care of Panorellas three friends Athletics Nose Out Boston 1 to 0 in Opening Game BOSTON Sept Grove shut out the Red Sox with four hits and the Athletics took the first game of a double header from Boston today 1 to 0 Charley Ruffing gave Phila delphia only six hits but one of them combined with a walk and an error in the sixth gave the Athletics their run Phila 000 001 6 Boston 000 000 4 1 Grove and Cochrane Ruf fing and Hofmann vasion of the agricultural area and many states normally republican was given out by John J Raskob chair man of the democratic national com mittee ns the first of three campaign AntiSmith Speakers Uet tours by the nominee t 1 The governor will speak at Omaha 01 miSSlleS sopt IS Oklahoma City Sept 20 Denver Sept 22 Helena Sept 124 Minneapolis Sept 27 and Mllwau kee Sept 29 He will return to Rochester on Oct 1 for the democratic state convention V Agriculture waterpower and prohi bition are the chief subjects expected to he discussed by the nominee The itinerary of this first trip while listing only six formal addresses calls Cor stops In many cities where the governor will hold informal receptions from the platform ot the special car which will convey him and his party Kaslcob made no announcement as to Panorella said thcee murdered the Hoy and then gavehim the boflyto disposebf Salvatores parents and police had been seeking tho boy since VVednes day night when he failed to return home PLAY BY PLAY Yanks Set Back by Senators With 11 to 0 Count NEW YORK Sept Yankees drop ped one game of their two jame lead over the Philadel phia Athletics today when hey were set back 11 to 0 by the Washington Senators in the first game of a doubleheader here while the Mackmen were winning 1 to 0 at Boston Wash 020 001 0 N Y 000 000 030 Hadley and Ruel Zach ary Ryan and Collins awkeye Explorers o n Way to Iowa From Manitoba 3F PLAY BY PLAY I Rl k FORT PAYNE Sept The second north Alabama antl Smith meeting within three days ba thus interrupted a gathering here last night adjourned In confusion mid a barrage of eggs Addition of oranges to the supply ot missiles and fist fight served to enliven pro ceedings Four deputy sheriffs managed to restore order at the meeting after es corting Henry Price candidate for ald erman to his home Price is said to have struck Haletgh Monroe son of prominent merchant when Monroo cheered for smith Monroe with an reported tho places to be visited on the second and third tours Injured eye was the only casualty H II Pegues Jackson county was speaking at the time the first eggs were thrown It struck the wall over his shoulder and Pegues retired imme diately Dr John Turner presiding alder of the Albertvllle district Metho dlst Episcopal church the next speak er brot fortli the main attack bj Smithsupporters when he asserted that prohibitionists should vote for Cheers for Smith drowned Turners voice and he was prevented from completing his address by a of eggs and oranges II The GlobeGazette Offers Booklet on Housecleaning war on household nests If you are entertaining any un welcome visitors such as ants bed bugs carpet beetles cockroaches fleas flics moths rats mice or fish this la the time to oust them from your premises They are disagreeable a menace to health and Injurious to the house and furnishings Eliminate them at once or they will overrun your property Government experts have studied methods attack in the case of each pest These are set forth In the housecleanlng booklet which our Washington bureau of fers for distribution Clip out and mail the at tached coupon Inclose 4 cents in coin or stamps to cover return postage and handling ii i Frederic 3 Haakln Director The Mison City GtabeGaxettc Information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of the BOOKLET Street City 10WADRYSTO FIGHT SMITH McNaught Sees Need of Overwhelming Defeat for Tammany DES MOINES Sept lieving that a narrow margin of vic tory for the drys in the comins presidential election would result in the wets again injecting the liquor issue Into the presidential campaign of 1932 Iowas temperance forces will be satisfied with nothing less than the overwhelming defeat of the Tam many faction in November S P Me Naught superintendent of the Iowa AntiSaloon league declared here to ay Iowa drys face the task of getting very prohibitionist to the polls In ludlng those who refuse to concede hat the Tammany candidate has any hance of carrying this Mr tlcNaught stated Iowa has always been overwhelmingly politically md we will make a spirited effort to make 1928 no exception Should the wets lose the contest by L scant margin they are aure to force he liquor issue at the earliest oppor tunity while if they are faced with a dry landslide perhaps the future secur ty of prohibition may be settled once and for all Anyone who doubts that prohibi tion ia a keynote In the present cam paign need but read Governor Smiths message sent to the Houston conven tion accepting the nomination for Slight Hope Is Held Out for Kimball Lieutenant Governor Said to Be in Very Grave Condition COUNCIL BLUFFS Sept V Klmball rccenly renomin ated to seek his third term as lieuten ant governor of Iowa may not get ti mako the race for elccton n Noveni bor Kimball is In a very grave cond tion at his home here and physician and relatives are doubtful whether h will recover from sarcoma from ttliic he has suffered for years Physician descrbe his case as virtually hoptles following an operation for removal o his diseased right eye apparently sea of the malady which brot no Improvi ment The gravity of his condition is rea MORGENTHAU IS PACT OPPONENT izcd relatives say and h has wound up business matters Grove was supreme thru the first three rounds fanning three and permitting only a single by who promptly died stealing The tall southpaw was faced by only nine men in this period West walked to open the first hut was picked oft first base prior to Goslins single The Yankees went out without n struggle The Senators crashed thru for a pair In the second Ruel singled but was out on an attemptedssteal and Cronln tripled tho ball taking a bad bound past Ruth TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 5 HOOVER IS TO GIVE 4 TALKS RITT Sept Armstrong Britts Arcti explorer son of Mayo nd Mrs Armstrong is ex ected to return to the horn f his parents here Monday This information was contained in message sent to Mayor Armstrong y his son who with the other mem bers of the John D Fuller party had cached The Pas Manitoba tho first outpost ot civilization on the trip lome The other members oC the party cder C Boddum Crystal Lake Max J Kane Iowa City and John D Puller Keokuk are with him and will return to their homes directly All are students at the University of Tbwa nnd had n special commission from the Canadian government per mitting them to explore the un tharted regionof theKazan tracing the stream to where it 600 miles farther north Once Reported In Wnnf The telegram received today stnt ing that all of the party were well One of tlio worlds foremost re search workers in the field of tuberculosis Dr Ofokar Horalt above professor nt 1rngue univer sity lias died a victim to this dis ease In spite of the entreaties of his friends ho miuta experi ments OH himself with fatal re sults KANSAN BRINGS HIS SHIP DOWN AT FORTWORTH Dake Is Still Holding Sec ond Place in Run to Coast BULLETIN FT WORTH Texas Sept Rowland flying Cessna monoplane led the trans continental class A air racers In to Fort Worth today from Kan sas City He landed at the munic ipal airport at p m Robert Dake of Pittsburgh fly ing an American Moth arrived second at p m OKLAHOMA CITY Sept Earl Rowland Wichita again set the pace for the class A transcontinental racers on the Wich itaOklahoma City leg bringing Cessna monoplana across the finish at the municipal Mr field at a m today Robert Dake of Pittsburgh eotrtln iied to hold second place lanflinf a m i Rowland took oft for It Worth he night control point four fter Dakes landing TWO IOWA BANK ROBBERS STILL ELUDE OFFICERS TURN TO PAGE Trail of Silver Coins Leac Posse Thrp Dense Bottomlands ormer Turkish Ambassador to Lay Case Before Voters ALBANY N ieniy Morgentliau ambassador to Purkcy during the Wilson admlnlstra ton called on Governor Smitli yestcri jjusiness and economic conditions ay him that he would Business Tariff and Water Power to Be Discussed in East and South Hy JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Sept jTreasurer of Church Fund Being Sought ake tho stump soon to attack the re lontly signed renunciation ot war reaties on the ground that they had been emasculated by reservations The agreements Mr Morgenthau said were not ncnr as effective as arbitration treaty and lie said It was on the border line of dis honesty to misrepresent them to the masses of the American Ho said later that the democratic nominee while not indicating he agreed with his stand thot that It would be wise for him to give his version to the people Two Electrocuted for Attack on Texas Girls Sept Servlna and Clemeute Rod riguez convicted In a San Antonio court of criminal assault on three San Antonio high school girls was elec trocuted In the slate here this morning FOUND IN AGENTS HAT Part of Alleged Bribe Be lieved Paid to Revenue Men NEW YORK Sept houauind dollars In bills which authori ties described as the lirst installment ot a extortion fee was found In the itraw hat of an internal rev enue agent and today he and a fellow agent wtre under arrest The agents were Edward V Brown and IjClmer V Andrews who were ac cused by Reginald W Ragland coun sel for an unnamed Wall street con cern to have agreed to approve the firms claim for a tax reduc tion it they were paid Ragland notified revenue authorities of tho proposal and investigators Us tened in on conferences between the agents and the attorney Brown and Andrews were arrested yesterday as they left Raglands office where au thorltles said the two men were pale on account Andrews said he had no Idea bow the in bills ranging from fo to iSOO got in his hat Somebody mus have slipped it In lie aald 12 FIREMEN ARE HURT IN DENVER Damage Done to Building in Down Tbwn District DENVER Sept 7 Twelve firemen were Injured four se riously and 10 others overcome by moke were rescued when fire caused damage to the loop market In the downtown district here nst night One fireman narrowly escaped death vhen a section of a floor caved In Iropplng him to the basement Fellow Iremen lowered a hose line and pulled ilm out Ho was cut ancl burned severely The five believed to have resulted rom an explosion In a warehouse was controlcd after every fire company In the city re sponded The damage to the building was estimated at and to food stuffs the tariff water power industrial problems and labor will be the central themes of the four speeches that Herbert Hoover will deliver in his campaigning in the cast and south Prohibition generally regarded as the outstanding issue of the presi dential contest may be treated in one of the addresses which the republican candidate will deliver in his final drive as he swings back across the continent to his California home Meantime however a series of statements dealing with this subject will be Issued thru republican national headquarters here The lirst of thVse will be made public this week Hoovers decision to limit to four the number of his speeches on the Atlantic seaboard has puzxled liW party leaders and the public alike but to those who know the man and his methods the explanation Is com paratively simple It la not that he Is adverse to pub lic speaking and facing crowds the answer Is found in the time he de votes to the preparation of each ad dress and his abiding conviction that it is better to speak infrequently and well than It is to speak frequently but no so well i Baptist Executive Missing After Million Dollar Shortage ATLANTA Sept Detectives todny were hoarding infor mation they hoped would aid In find ing Clinton S Carncs missing treas urer oC the Southern Baptist home mission board whose disappearance led to the discovery ot short age in his Altho there wove revealed publiclj no actual clews o his whereabouts Atlanta police and private operative were believed to be centering thi Investigation of Cnrnes wlicrtabc In tho vicinity of Richmond From Raleigh NT came a slitr merit that actual assets of the boar as tentatively established by a hasl audit of the books were against liabilities of The statement was issued by Charles E Maddry general secretary of the Baptist state convention of North Carolina on his return from the joint church committee meeting in Atlanta Assets set upon the books Mr Maddry said wero VALLEY Sept VI cornfields and dense undcr rnsh oc the Missouri river bottom inds west of here were believed to ny still to hide from hundreds ot rmed possemcn the two robbers who ito Wednesday held un and robbed he StateSavings bank here of 00 in currency and in bonds Two nights and a day of heating liru the flats by hundreds of men icldcd assurance that the men had icon there nn occasional dropped coin rum the loot along with footprints tilling the trailers The In jonrts which bank offtcern had not found late yesterday on a reek hank five miles north ot here From there the Irail led to a farm not far away where a hastily recruited army of was called lust night upon finding of fresh foot prints Clotting no immediate results the searchers picketed the area witl the hopa of restraining a night fllgh of the fugitives anil prepared to make a daybreak swoop for their quarry Meantime on tho chance thot th Iwo men had cluilccl the vigilance o the possomcn watcli was being kep on roads for miles around Kansan Ahead WICHITA Sept arl Rowland Wichltn pilot lea lass A flyers in thetranscontinental derby Into his homo airport oday landing Rt a m Rowland who has been leading race since start Rootnvelt New Tork hta CMCM monoplane trom CJtjr In one hour M jninatw An Rowland he the field to a perfect landing and climbed out ot his ship to report to the judges Hia piano had performing per fectly he aaid Robert Dake of Pittsburgh landed at Unofficially Rowland had a lead of 61 minutes and 63 seconds over Dnke ONE FLYER RETURNS 40 Sheep Killed by Dogs Near Emmetsburg Kept killed 10 valued at nn Ire Earl and James Sharp farms 1 ITS NOT TOOLATE TO START BEATRICE BURTONS LATEST NOVEL LITTLE YELLOW HOUSE Youll find it on Page 12 Miss JSnrton has established the reputation of being Americas fore most writer of newspaper serial stories Hoovers Campaign Bill Thus Far Is Contributions Double WASHINGTON Sept the end ot August a total of had been expended In the advance ment of the Hoover presidential cam paign with more than double tha in con tributions These figures were mado public lat yesterday by J n Nutt treasurer the republican national committee In the month of August his repor sliower wns received from contributors while was disbursed Son of Local Man in Rockford Plane Crash Pilot Killed nOCKFORD Sept Headlcy airplane pilot ot M P Warren Pioneer Resident of Hanlontown Succumbs Sept A Ford 83 years old a pioneer resident of this community died at his home at oclock this morning after an illness extending over a period of Iwo years lie had hccn bedfast for the last two works The funeral nr ranscnicnls bnve not been completed lie is survived by eight children was killed and four officials of the I SchactTuck Electric company of Rockforcl wero injured late Thursday when the piano in which they were riding crashed at Harlem lour mics north of here The plane a StinsonDetroiter cab in monoplane had brot four officials of the Packard Electric company of Warren to Rockforrt to confer with officials of the company and taken its illfated passengers on a joy ride The plane rose about 100 feet in the air struck a high tension wire juat back of the Harlem Consolidated school and crashed inlo Rock river The four local men wero removed from the plane and rushed In hospital where It was said their injuries are serious The pilot however was cTcad j IOWA FORECAST Somewhat unsettled possibly local thundershowers Friday night or Saturday slightly warmer Fri day night anI In east and south portions and in extreme portion Saturday cooler Saturday in north central and extreme west portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 4 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Friday Highest Thursday RS Degrees lowest in Niejit 51 Decrees At 8 a m Friday 62 Degrees Altho on August or July standards the last few nights would seem some what chilly farmers Insist that the ilays havo been sufficiently warm to corn to rapid maturity A good bit of Cerro Gordo countys crop it Is said is past danger from anything except a severe frost Friday opened clear with the wind out of the south RICHARDS FIELD Kansas City ept class A trans ontinental air derby from New York o IMS Angeles was under way again t 7 oclock thla morning Earl Rowland Wichita In a essna monoplane left tho field at that me for his homo town the first con rol point on the days flight to Fort Vorth Texas DnUe Goes Second Dake Pittsburgh flying American Moth followed Rowland one ilnute later S TJ WIttman Byron In a Pheasant took the air 10 and was followed by Arthur W CilllpH Chicago in a Waco at Some of tho pilots were not ready and with the exception of Rowland and Dake the planes iltd not take off n the order they arrived Samuel H Turner Alexandria who took off in ninth place at a returned to the field 18 minute ater when engine trouble developed Lesllo Miller Los Angeles former ly of Des Afolnes waa tinabta to repair engine trouble which developed on tha St City hop yesterday in time for the start Junior he an nounced he would drop out of race Dozen Not Ready A dozen or more of the pilots not ready when starting time came at 7 Rowland and Dake took off on scheduled time but W N Emery TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN S promising to bo a mntlrnUv speaking counterpart of Thursday cll Ray T Ives F H IVPS UK son of Mr and Mrs East Htate street nnrt brother of A D Ires was one of the I passengers in the plane according to word received here Friday morning Mr Tves is in a Uorkford hospital suf ferine from a brokin ankle injured eye forehead and an ear AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I aint sensitive about bein stout but I get tired of havin ever fat woman in town borrow my pattern ever time I come out in a new l ;