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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 3, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy to cloudy tonight and Sunday slightly warmer tonight in east and central portions AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES North Iowas Dailv Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXVFIVE CENTS PER COPYASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 3 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICBNO 126 FATHER FORCES SONS TO JUMP INTO CANAL STANDARD OIL Walsh HEAD INDICTED BY GRAND JURY Enters Democratic Race for President Oldfield Wants President to Repudiate Repub lican Party WASHINGTON March The long and winding trail of the sen ate oil investigations led to Chicago today after two more pauses in con gress and the Washington courts A warrant for the arrest of Robert W Stewart chairman of the board of the Standard Oil company ot Indiana growing out of his indictment here yesterday for refusing to answer questions put to him by the senate Teapot Dome committee was In the course of preparation today at the dis trict attorneys office It wll be sent mail to Chicago Coincident with tha return of the Indictment which started the eighth pending criminal action resulting Irom the naval oil reserve leasing Inquiry Representative Oldfield Arkansas chairman of the democratic congres sional campaign committee issued fi statement in which he demanded that President CooIWge repudiate the publican party leaders who receivec the contribution from Harry P Sinclair to help extinguish the 1920 campaign deficit The slimy trail of the Teapot Dome ecandal has at least been traced to jthe treasury ot the republican nation al Oldfield asserted He termed the disclosures made b ill H Hays former chairman of th epubllcan committee before the sen ate oil committee as the blackest bio records of any political part the history xt the an the president to Demand th Los Angeles Is Forced to Ride Out Storm on Way Home From Panama JHmp Forced to Ascend After First Effort to Land 4 LAKKHURST N March battling strong winds and a blinding snowstorm over her homo field all night the dirigible Los vas walked safely Into her hangar at a today completing a mile round trip flight to Panama Pour sailors who were carried into he air clinging to the handrails ot he giant ship when the snowstorm swept across the Held and forced a sudden ascent after an earlier at empted landing were pulled to safe ty inside the cabin Another member of the ground crow vho hung on until the dirigible was 20 feet off the ground was only slight iy injured in the fall The bis airship quickly disappeared in the storm and fear that she might meet the same fate as the Shenandoah were expressed by members ot round crew which had almost sue ceeded in walking her into the hanyar when the storm swept down Had Largest Crew Fortythree men were aboard her the largest crew she had carried sine her flight to this country from Gcr many Shortly before a howeve when the snow had ceased and th wind had died down her silvery hull appeared against the brightening oast era horizon and half an hour latcv UNION LEADER MOVES TO END STRIKEjaANS few York I R T Firm Ready for Impend ing Walkout YORK March While the Interborough Rapid Transit company police and city officials pushed preparations for a strike on he citys main subway and elevated ines the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway employes was on record today with a renewed offer to submit the controversy to ar bitration William D Mahon Detroit interna tional president of the Amalgamated after a conference with Mayor Walk er proposed that the dispute bo re ferred to a board headed by the mayor I This is the same proposal made by local leaders early In the week when tho I R T offered to have Its legal department and the I R T brother hood review the cases of the 21 Amal gamated men whose discharge brot Will Rogers BIRMINGHAM March My old friend Will Hays took Pat rick Henrys old phrase and cleaned up on It Give ma liberty bonds or give me Bill says he got but gave some of it back As bad as I felt I had to laugh at that one Then he says he got Jt back again That sounds more plausible Then ha says he gave back some more That brings on another doubt Then he says he held the other but didnt want to use it He Is resorting to fiction again Finally Sinclair was so flabbsr gasted at Will returning any ot It that he took It and gave it to the Democrats where he knew none of It would ever come back Just a sore headed voter that didnt get any of it WILD ROGERS Copyright You Were in Convention Why Didnt Up TluloD Theni to McAdoo Is Direct Drive in California PART OF PLANE USED BY THREE OFFICERS FOUND i Rudder Sighted in Bay Identified as From Ellyson Ship epublican Chairman Re plies to Letter Addressed to Him by Lawyer REMXiEY J Glass chairman of the county republican convention held last Saturday released Sat rday afternoon a letter he had writ n to Breese Mason City ttorney and president of the Cham er of Commerce in reply to the crit Isms expressed by Mr Breese In a on the State Scoffs at Coal Dust Blast Theory ola Bradford Weeps While Her Former Lover Is on Stand OTTAWA March Dynamite not coal dust caused the explosion that nearly killed the teach I OFF FOR DETROIT i Pacific Ocean Flyer Pilots I Plane Taking Lindys i Mother Home i SCHENECTADY N March H Evanpeline L L Lindbergh returning from Bqston to Detroit In a trlmotored transport plane piloted by Lieut Albert J Hegenberger arrived nt the Schenectady airport at today The plane left Boston at BOSTON March Lodge Liindbergh started J her return flight to Detroit from i East Boston airport at a ni ay Stops were planned at Schenec dy and Buffalo Piloting the FordStout trlmotened y plane was Lieutenant Albert F Pacific flyer and also in the plane were Lieutenant Harrv Johnson relief pilot Miss Maude Dawson Detroit school teacher who flew here with Mrs Lindbergh t Maj Edwin E Cooper Bocston a re serve officer Mrs Lindbergh came here to t tend the sessions of the department o superintendence of tha National Edti cation association ot which she wa made a life member Thursday nlsht The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Automobile Care How to make your car serve you better last longer and avoid de Jays and accidents Simple rules il jd facts simply told and carefully This ideal booklet for the average automobile owner tells easy ways of cleaning the car what and when to lubricate how to test batteries and brakes and headlights how much air to keep In tires for long est wear and scores ot similar facts Designed for plain people not for expert mechanics A few minutes of any owners time with this book let will yield profits in service and safety Use the coupon l3ommander C B Hosendahl first rot the Los Angeles over her home eld at last night after a W flight from Guacanayabo bay iiba where she had stopped on her eturn trip from Panama She nosed slowly down to the field ut the 30 mile wind caused her main coring line to be carried away and forced to take to the air 10 was gain The dirigible cruised over the field or some time waiting a lull in the ind Ominous clouds piling up in the outhwest decided the commander to ttempt a landing before the storm roke Snowstorm Sweeps Down Working frantically the ground rew which Included every available i at the station had her nearly to he doors of the big hangar when the now riding hard on a 30 mile an our wind swept down The big ship was tossing in tho rasp of the 100 or more men fishi ng to pull her ahead and the order vas given to cost off The five men were carried up with her y did not hear the commands and be 5 they knew what was happening he was several feet off the ground nd making altitude swiftly All but the sailor who dropped were aken Into the cabin thru the win dows just above them and the ilrllner climbed to safety in the clouds abide by the decision ad3ed we expect tlie company should pan by Tuesday March He demanded that pending the negotiations the I R T disband its roup of emergency employes No comment from the Interborough ifflcials could be obtained on tho Amalgamated proposal Frank Heel ey president of the I R issued a varninff to employes that those who eft their jobs would never be taken back and that in event of a strike call all Amalgamated dropped union would 1 eiy IpOaJiradtgica he scTfiool gtatle s nasselt men would be Former Forest City Man Aids in Discovery of New Medical Formula FOREST CITY March rant Kloster son of P G Klostei ot Forest City is credited with being one of four men engaged in researcl work of Northwestern university Chi cago which has resulted In the dis covcry of an Intestinal secretion by which nature clears the gall bladder the importance of which is to rank with the discovery ot insulin Dr Grant Kloster is a graduate o the Forest City high school gradu ated and taught four years at tin University of Chicago taught chemis try and studied medicine three year at South Dakota State university Ver million Last fall he went back to North western as a teacher of chemistry and o get his M D degree which will be bo given him in June NORFOLK March The horizontal stabilizer and horizon tal rudder ot an airplane found th lower Chesapeake bay four miles south of Cape Charles City was def initely identified today by officers from tho naval air station as parts of the plane which disappeared carl Monday with Commander T G Kliy on and two other navy pilots Tho parts were found by TJ E Willis and brot to tho air station nhere Commander A C Read an nounced that they were from th piano which carried Commander Elly on Lieut Com Hugh Schmidt an jleut Rogers Ransehousen into th air early Monday morning Ellyson was on his way to visit hi daughter Mildred aged 12 who wa 111at the naval hospital at ArmapBU Except for fragmentary coi O the jury hearing the bombingr charge against Hiram Reed today The grirl teacher whom tlie young Frederic J Hnskln Director Tho Mnsnn City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washlnfitnn D C I enclose herewith 6 cents In stamps or roin for n copy of tiic booklet CARE OF THE CAH Name Street City Slate ATTACK POLICY IN NICARAGUA House Meanwhile Listens to Wet and Dry Argu ments WASHINGTON March The senate heard another attack on the administration policy in Nicaragua yesterday but the house in less ser ious mien sat back and listened as wets and drys fought It out over pro hlbltlon Test tubes and bottles con talnlng grain alcohol wore hauled Into the house chamber by Representative Sirovlch a new democratic member from New York to illustrate a speed attacking poison in industrial alcohol If tho gentleman from New York1 should go as far ns giving tho mem bers of this house a warned Representative Cramston of Michigan an avowed dry I shall have to prefer charges of disorderly Promising he would only let the test tubes ct cetera lie on tho table Sirovich was permitted to go on Tho Nlcarasuan debate in thesen ate was launched by Senator Dill of Washington a democrat who declared of of Wells Druggist Denies Report That He Is Dead WELLS March Larsen Wells druggist denies he is dead as reported in a Fairmont paper recently Mr Larson has poor health but Is not dead he wants it under stood It was stated that he had died in a hospital In armer had promised to marry because of her approaching motherhood dabbed at her eyes with a handker chief as the attorney made his clos ng arpument If you doubt that dynamite was placed in that stove about which doz ens of children gathered daily look it this shouted the attorney waving the battered piece of iron Exhibits Battered Flue This piece was thrown thru a win dow SO feet A defense expert told us coal dust would have burst all parts evenly and the other flues were not damaged like this one The young man told us he placed dynamite in this flue Is there any reason to doubt him In the presence of Miss Bradfords brothorinlaw Howard Clegg and other citizens ho told exactly how he placed it in the stove and when someone remarked he didnt seem sor ry he said but I do and then as he climbed into the car to bs taken back to the jail from the school this defendant remarked with obvious re gret I wish someone would shoot me The finat argument wns started af ter the state placed only one rebut tal witness on the stand DeuUs Immunity Promise Charles Thlel contradicted many of lie statements young Reed made on he stand yesterday Thlel Is a special Investigator Tor he states attorney and ho deniec lanson ever was alone in the county all with Reed the night after the ex iloslon He said he did not hear any me connected with the states attor neys office ever promise Reed Im Tiunlty Judge Prank Hayes allotted three and one half hours to each side for irgument figuring that the case would tret to tho jury about 6 oclock onlght ions of the Chesapeake bay counti the plane and three menihad not bee heard of and no trace could be foun ot them altho the navy the army made one of assisted b the wide searches in the history of aviation It was believed by naval officers here that tils plane fell in the lower part of thebay and after a week of being buffeted the parts found were wrenched from the machine A wide spread search for the remainder of the plane and the bodies of the three men vill be made immediately SOCIETY GIRL WEDS COWBOY Our Weather Man immediate withdrawal further loss he favored marines to prevent American lives He declined to agree with Senator Sbortridgc of California that the ma weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock Saturday morning Highest Friday p 33 above Lowest Friday night 12 nhove At Saturday a 36 above Trace of snow The second day of March like the opener drew more than once tills ob servation Isnt it typical Marct On both days there were the quick changes which have given this third month of the year tlio repu tation for being fickle Tho highcs temperature on both days was 33 do grccs 1 degree above freezing The sun was In evidence Saturday morn rlnes were necessary to protect Amerjlng nnd tlie wind was still trom lean lives and property th Minneapolis Publisher Upholds Use of College Newspapers at Luther DECORAH March college newspaper should be regarded as a business enterprise and should pay Its own way R E Haugen ot Augsberg Publishing House Minne apolis declared before the annual meeting ot press representatives of the Lutheran Students union at Lu ther college here yesterday Mr Hatigen asserted that collepc newspapers In denominational schools give a distinct service to the churrh He favored a faculty advisor to the newspaper staff The convention of the press repre sentatives of student publications wns preliminary to the Lutheran students union conference which opened Inst night Dr Ivor Ivcrson dean of re IfRton at AURUStanfi oollpRC Sioux Palls S delivered tho keynote on Witnesses for Daughter of Wealthy N Y Family Says She Prefers Western Men NEW YORK March New York American in a cony righted story today says that Barbara Monell 23 year old daughter of Mrs Ambrose Monell reputed one of the wealthiest society leaders of New York was mrir ried Feb 21 in Colorado Springs to a rodeo performer harness maker Kenneth Wilson Glabe The paper says the girl who has entry to the society homes of Xew York will live on a ranch with her cowboy husband It quotes her as pre ferring the western type of man to the more modishiy attired easterner an that she desires to live the simple life Miss Monell underwent an opera tlon last fall and was ordered to Colorado for her health and took an apartment In a hotel near Springs She met Glaze who runs a harness shop when she went into the city after a harness for her dog the American says The younjr Mrs Glaze first aston ished society when she made a two sivlm in the surf at Newport when onl7 14 years old and has con tinued to astonish them with her dar ing feats of horsemanship Mrs Monell is the widow of the president of the Internationa Nickel company who left her a fortune of approximately tter earlier in the week to Mi lass Mr Glass letter waa featured by s suggestion that Mr Breese should ave made his protest last Saturday t the convention when it would ave done some good and by his ad isslon that he too felt that it was a ilstake to draw so largely upon Ma on City for the delegation which wll cpresent Cerro Gordo county In th tale convention next Wednesday of loiter Reproduced The text of the letter follows I received your letter in referonc i the recent republican county con cntlon and by way of reply 1 wis D submit the following After reading your letter thru ave found it difficult to understan vhether or not you are making a con esslon that you ignorantly were led nto some dark scheme or whether ou participated in some dark scheme cnowlngly and have now repented of your wrongdoing and are seeking by confession to obtain the mercy ot the Is especially difficult for me tcA understand your letter since I am motlorts whicnyou did at the convention at thepersonal request of the Hon T A Potter who I know and the commun Ity knows has In times past extended to you many valuable political favors MaiTe Both Motions Upon your motion the temporary of which I wns dial man was selected and later at your made permanent Thereafter upon a motion which was unanimous y adopted by tho convention tlie ihalrman was empowered to select lommittee of three for the purpose ot nominating delegates and alternates the state republican convention Acting on that authority I appointed hree men who have long been active n the affairs of the republican party n this county and slate one of whom he Hon T A Potter has been your own close personal and political soclate for many years and all of whom were influential In the affairs of tho republican party These men submitted a report which was unant mously adopted by the convention and the delegates and alternates nominat ed wero electtd as the delegates and alternates from this county without objection of any sort 1C any of these matters failed to meet with your approval It seoms strangre to me that you as a delegate on the floor did not take steps at that line o lirinc your views before the convention ns was your privilORO ami your fluty wlillo I as presiding offi cer had no proper opportunity to make sucli objections That a man of your political experience and legal training should not realize that a pre siding officer has no such power ns you imply I had and that on the con trary tho power is vested in the dele gates on the floor 13 indeed surpris ing Felt Same Way I feel with you that a larger num ber of delegates should have been chosen from outside of Mason City nstead of placing those names on the 1st of alternates but your objection however Hhould have Iioen niailc vlien It would have done some gooc instead of being a mere gesture Is It not true Garfleld that you lave just discovered the truth of the old saylnff that hindsight Is better than foresight Inasmuch as your letter has ap peared In the press I have taken the Iberty of sending a copy ot tills let ter to the Senator Expected to File for Wisconsin Primary Finish Fight Looms BULLETIN WASHINGTON March G McAdoo today confirmed the announcement that ho would head H fight ill Califor nia for Senator Walsh of Monlnna for president and predicted that Walsh would have lie California delegation WASHINGTON March Another hanner carrying the colors of Senator Walsh of Montana ap peared on the democratic war front today presaging a fight to the finish for the presidential nomination The name of Walsh veteran sena tor from Montana and prosecutor of the oil investiga tions was thrust in to tlie political spot light overnight in announce ments from two states California and Wis consin and observers had much more food for thot today in the further d ec 1 a ra tlon that William G McAdoo was to load the California CANADIAN TELLS POLICE HE TIED BOYS TOGETHER Children Made to Walk Plank Over Indiana Stream INDIANA HARBOR March t ot Police James R Re gan East Chicago announced today that George Smith a Canadian has confessed killing two of his three Children whoso todies were found floating In the Indiana harbor ship canal Smith Chief Regan said told him the boys expressed a wish to see their grandmother whb Is dead Smith said ho took them to the ship m o v e WAuirt ment Cor him Walsh Has Xo Objection John O Davis a member ot ttie northern California committee ot live 11VJL 111CJ 11 1 wk t representing the dry faction headed by McAdoo announced that canal laid a plank oufover the water tied the boys together with wire and told the eldest 9 years old to walk the plank and Jump Into the water and ha would be with his grand mother Pulled Brother Under The boy did so and pulled younger brother In after him Smith told tha police Smith who had lived in Canada un til three years ago said he had been having trouble with his wife who now is in Kngland and after placing the boys in an orphanage tor a time decided there was no future for them or for himself so he decided to kill all tliree of them George 0 and Edgar and Robert 7 twins and then kill himself For some reason Robert was not killed and Smith said he his nerve Wire but name would be entered for dentlal primary May 1 and B Elliott of f for the senate at the lasfelectibn had I success to Identify older boy informed him that the Montanan had when the body ot the younger the no objection The names of Governor Smith and Senator Reed of Missouri the latter now campaigning In California al ready have been entered assuring a threccoronered fight In that state for Its 26 delegates to tho Houston con vention A similar battle is in sight In Wis consin where Senator Walsh was born and won B degree at the university Miles Rlley Madison is authority for the statement that nom ination papers for tho Montanan will be filed before the deadline at mid nigrht tonight Reed entered the pri mary lists there yesterday and Smith previously had done so While McAdoo and Walsh both 1n Washington have yet to make any an nouncement of their plans the move ment launching Walsh ns a dry can didate in California was not wholly unexpected Is Confirmed Dry Walsh a confirmed dry has been I mentioned before In discussions among the antiSmith democrats as a possible candidate whom they could support at Houston He was permanent chairman of the 1S24 democratic convention at Madi son SquareGarden whero McAdoo also a riiy locked horns with Hmith in tho memorable deadlock for the nomination The former secretary of the treasurys announcement that he would not be a candidate this year is looked upon as rendering him free to support a man of his own choice Al tlio there have been indications from some of his followers that efforts might bo made to draft him Milwaukee School Man Wins Verdict in Court MILWAUKEE March C Seifcrt deposed su perintendcnt of schools In Cudiihy E Milwaukee suburb won his fight to retain bis position when Judge A II Reid Wansnii permanent the temponiry Injunction against the school board restraining it from hir ing a successor to Scifcrt Judge Ruid held Ills discharge on charges of In nuhonlinntlon which precipitated a general strike by Ctidaliy high sclloo students was unwarranted wire atlll about his body waa foiind neighbors ot Smith who lived with tt housekeeper at East Chicago recalled that tho boys were dressed alike and today Smiths landlord Identified him and the twin that escaped death iden tified their clothing as belonging to hfs brothers Smith was taken into custody ftnd after only a few preliminary broke down and confessed the pollca said Bowman Asks Hammill to Debate Bank Guarantee DRS MOINES March L Rowman republican candidate for governor todny challenged Gov John frammlll to debate the bnnk guaran tee Issue in the Des Moincs coliseum on the nlBht of Mnrch 7 Senator Bowman has his form already en gaged for tho occasion He wild he hart made arrangements to use the coliseum Wednesday evening nnd hns until Tuesday noon to say definitely whether the debate will be held FRENCH FLYERS CONTINUE TRIP Costes and LeBrix Forced Down by Storm in Penn sylvania SHARON March Dleudonne Costes and Joseph Lebriy French fourcontinent flyers who wero forced down near hcio yesterday luring a heavy snow storm today pro pared to resume their flight from Mitchcl Field N to Detroit Leaving Mltchnl field at the flycrH had expected to reach De troit in five hours but after bucking strong head winds for six hours they AIRPLANES RUSH MARINE SUPPLIES Brooklyn Soldier to Be Police Chief During Elec tions MANAGUA Nicaragua March were being speeded by airplane today to American niarinea who were swarming over the DaniiLi region hunting for Sandino Transport planes successfully landeil supplies at newly constructed rielcJ at Apall and Jlnotega The Sandino forces were believed to bo hiding In tho mountains to which they fled after the clash of Monday when five marines were killed Maj Archibald Younpr Brooklyn was selected to become chief of police at Managua when the Nlcaraguan na tional grtiard tnkes over the policing of tho capital on March 15 He will have the rank of colonel in the nation al guard Major Youns lea the marine which occupied El Chlpote Sandlnos chief stronghold on Jan 26 after the mountain was bombed by planes on Fan 14 discovered they would make their destination Iowa Is tor Lowden Tfns been all tho time Now the DCS Moincs Regis ter is for Lowden and snyH It has boon nil the time TltncsItepiiWicnn Iiidisrli RcAppnintcd D13S MOIXES Mnrch crnor Hammill has rcappolntcd Dr George Tudisch of Ames as a member of tho state pharmacy hoard for a three year term beginning July 1 Creston Woman I5nds CRESTOM March W A Snydcr committed suicide by hanging early today at her farm home near here Ill health was blnmeri She In survived children by a huaband and five he unable tn before night As daylight faded and the flurries of snow that they had it in tervals tliruoiit the flight heavier they brot rloym the Nur Rufcly on a farm SliarpHvllIe about thrco miles frctn Sharon Cosies nnd Lchvlx were on the ICR of a return flight to Iaris when they made their forced landing Jrom Detrnlt they will attempt a nonestor flight to IYdncifico wiipnro tluj sitll on March 13 Tokyo AUNT HET By Robert Quillcn vimily keeps urgi me lo beat Pa when we pU flominoos hul its holier lo let him win Hum lo luivc him poutiri nil   

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