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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 8, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                j IOWA WEATHER Cloudy tonight with rain or snow colder in extreme west poHlon Friday mostly fair and colder much colder In northwest portion DAILY TIMES AND MASON CITY North Iowas Dally Newspaper Final Edition Edited Tor ttie Home HOUSE DEFEATS SEVEN OUT OF 20 AMENDMENTS Several Changes in Pro posed Routing Are Turned Down DES MOINES March Onlv five amendments to tr 00 state bond Issue bill remained o made further trThey are pretty poor and their to he the Yellowston of the soupth Its beautiful an cant help from being a WE succee TRACE ALLEGED SLAYER TO FORT SNELLING MINN Initialed Pistol Found Where Iowa Woman Was Killed ready AH they got to do now Is S the roads In to em Yours HCK3BRS Copyright 1028 DBS MOINES March eno of activity in the investIgatlo two of which were voted dow one senate defeated 28 to 20 an court in that portion ot the bill hich refers to a decision on the con stitutionality ot the bin Ithout reference to either know elude that I of tho farmhouse where the charred body was found lato Tuesday of an ercoat bearing a numeral an initialed pistol holster and a pair SrnT gloves all identified aa ejiulp mint of a company at Fort Snelling Tent Sheriff Park Flndley and a dop uty bowling northward by automobHe to seek the identity of the man whom he believe will be found to be th slayer While the officers were her skull well as shot thru the held by the slayer before her home waVfired In an attempt tocover up the slaying Further bearing out the belief that soldier or a person who had ob paiu army equipment had siou i fnrtiv for the first time the discovery In me pSenUal campaign the damaged house of a steel nd STSK for hon Big Fund to Be Used for PartyJFight Four Years Are Out of Debt m i OHIMGTON March a or a th CSS S iund for Convention SENATE GIVEN FARM MEASURE BY COMMITTEE McNarys Report States New Bill Meets Cals Objections SECRECY elections to this effect by the nearby er found was tee type used to carry neary w such a pistol officers saia the of the Patten Says He Received 41 Ti M J Part of opportunity for the ad m n body created under It to aesu the problem ot agricultural sur IMB thru loans and advances which se who have opposed the past conv mftteo bins urge would be fully e bv the a by OTHER 22 ARE URGED TO BACK ILLINOIS MAN G 0 P Deplores Failure of Administration in Farm Relief BULLETIN x JAMESTOWN N March O Lowden of Illinois was Sr the repubUcan presidential nomination In the platform adopted today by the North Dakota con VenHon of partisan lenguo republicans BULLKTIN t LINCOLN March TUe socalled slate of delegates to Hia republican convention pledged SSsir to United State Senator George W Norrts f or president of the United Statwi to a statement bsued today out committee nc authorize WASHINGTON March CharKB A Ltadbergh took off from Boiling field at p m todny for an unannounced des tination t k He was In nil Ryan monoplane by G Lanphler commnndunt Sel an H in the house of majority which had pledged Itselt to l gether and voted down seven ot mo than a score of he southeaster convention or the tnf nefeat ot a1 AntiSaloon candidates report Five the defeated flealt solclv with the first section oC the oil which designates the primary roads to be paved They proposed ex Jenfion OC tL pavins to be author first teat of strength came when Representative George L ven TUKN TO PAGE 20 COLUSIN 1 Belmond and Waverly Debaters Clash for Northeastern Honors BELMOND Mich local school debating team will meet the Waverly high debaters here to in final debate aecido the carman tor Midler minus an overcoat with out however disdaining other BUS failed to pickup a trail 1 from the army equipment which was found about 300 yards back of thel house HICKMANPLEA ISJ1EJECTED Fox Offers to Accept Lifej Sentence for Death of Druggist LIFE SENTENCE Teapot Committee Hears Plan to Purcnase News paper String WASHINGTON March V expenses Breckenridee his okn prominently In the tight to democratic convention for his north Iowa locals have the home northeastern Iowa Or 14 debates inc conference debates tho lost only two decisions Thn negative team lost to Clear J in north Iowa conference and the affirmative team lost to Kasle Grove in the state round It the Belmond teams are victori ous over Waverly they wlU go to owa City to compete for state hon ors early this spring C Jone said he was 006 ne sa n Houston fund as chairman 006 Houston un reasurer of the committee on conven tlon arrangoments and that In tion to this amount the total 1 cash m take since the last report of James w Gerora of tha national com i ANGELES March With his offer to plead guilty to the murder of C Ivy Toms in exchange a life sentence rejected only the tmal round of attorneys arguments today Intervened before the fate of William Edward Hickman for the aec 15 Year Old Boy Convicted of Slaying Mother in Doorway of Home BULLETIN ST OLAIBSVILLB Ohio March Dyken 15 year old slayer of his mother who dintnmed to life impnaon WUS ment in Ohio penitentiary this jnorninp attempted to coi suicide by nanEinB himself in hia coll shortly after lie was taken from the courtroom Guards overpowered him when they found him fasteninghis belt around his ST CLAIRSVILLE Ohio March Dyken 15 slayer of his mother pleaded guilty to second de fee beck on those producers EE3 MOINES March Frank O gallon will represent Iowa in the w publican national convention next seven delegatesatlarge were In structed by the state convention terday to cast their ballot for the for mer governor of Illinois Twentytwo delegates representing the 11 districts of the state wer un Instructed because of the rules but they were strongly to support Lowden who nated a Iowa choice for Most Already Instructed Most of regular delegates been Instructed by their to vote for Lowden TWO J favor tha candidacy ot I 2 t e which these bonds were put eloped that prominent MANAGUATOLD TO PASS BILL QP n Secretary of War Trnhee son and Brig Gen James Fecliet on their proposed to Panama Fayette Will jState Department Deter 1 mined to Supervise Nicar agua Elections March Citizens American Association Newspapers Inc Tho organ S B was supposed to have great In with foreign language publica A Patten retired Chicago the principal tl Make Drive for College were the principal witnesses From Patten the committee learned that ot I over to to be disposed or Hodges furn names of contributions by Robert Stewart who refused to answer sen 1 toaay utpr Fbernarat at mam sr s sz s FES r fe testimony as to The evening of Dec Byken by tlons o he GlobeGazette Has a Booklet About Vegetable Garden The true w e P day switched to a little office on the seventh floor ot the commerce depart Herbert Hoover Us head had midnight enter his mind primary clisw tn still younger accomplice 11 HicTmfn already under sentence to the gallows for the slaying of 12 year oil Marian Parker Hunt is too young to be sentenced to death in this state Watson Has Cle Watsons name was tne 0 one apjTeihg on the Indians publican lists early today the his annual plunge into winter has gone the home rrdener begins his study of seed italocuea plans the arrangement of his garden decides on his crops and Places for seed3 and reatest possible helps ls name If the cabinet officer did mikineIt a threecornerefl race their convention last night yard plus this book TtSeCrt means fresh all summer long En close 4 tar postage and hand ling charge Frederic 3 HasUln Director he MMon City Inionnntion Bureau tlie CA stamps for ft DEN BOOKLET Nnmo Street Our Weather Man IOWA SHERIFF SHOOTS 2 MEN Officer Fires at Two Who Slugged Denison Painter D15N1SON March men who gave their Glasow 23 Detroit and O A Ue 23 Chicago Heights were shot an perhaps fatally Injured car y today b Sheriff A C Greene alter one 01 flera had shattered the sheriffs fore i arm with a bullet when he arrested Plugging and robhlnS Gus Lundriulst a Denison painter The shooting occurred near tha CM cago Northwestern depot in which The evening i JJCL shot his mother to death as she stood n the doorway of their farm home and when his father Nick Dyken and a farm hand attempted to w rest the shotgun from him he Bhot them Dyken appeared pleased with the outcome Ho said he was looking for ward to the automobile ride from Clalrsvllle to Columbus and tola newspapermen all he wan ed was good clothes and plenty of clgarets Dykena father still suffering from effects of the two wounds was in the ourtroon Dykcn looked at Delaware William Boyce the old In of Chicago and the late John of New York were the purehiL understood the deal was purposes Two hundred thousa dollars was paid and obligations twice that amount were assumed After the committee adjourned until Saturday Chairman Nye said that a Hat of the stockholders of the Ameri can Association of Foreign Language Newspapers furnished by Pessin carried the names ot Secretary Mellon Swift and company and Armour and addition to of eons forward from the state department thru Mln ir Eherhardt at 1 Nicaragua 10 remaining por OUL UJf of the elections agreement as a delicate one altho some hope JSn in held out that such a law will enaCteddispatches last night re nsaage by the Nlcaraguan ianate of a substitute for the McCoy btl authorizing American the elections StlTT opposition are awaiting It Decide to Maintain Institution GALBRETH By FAYETTH March a huso mass meeting here last night that sted until midnlsht the Lewis Pictures Dreary Scenes at Coal Mines FROM SAFE Robbers Bind Watchman in Cicero Manufacturing Plant nui ts decided definitely that in the near future much would bo done In regard to the standing oC Upper Iowa university It was the unanimous opinion ot 600 met In tha Upper Iowa chapel that th collet houW continue to operate as ono sciwol Various opinions wore expressed as to lurt what connections the school would have with the the future There was no however as to whether or no he col lege would run as separate institution If the attitude of tho of the town of Fayette means anything It appears very probable that tho TJ I U wlU operate In the future Inde pendent ot any other col ege and administration to provide agricultural relief promised In the platform however was deplored One resolution adopted demanded for agriculture the same protection and equality afforded other Industries A minority report criticizing the can didacy of Mr Hoover because of his statement that he would nupport the present objectives of the Cooliugo ad ministration was voted down Seven DelegntesstLaree Following Is the list of delegates atlarge and alternates to the republi can national convention at Kansaj City June 12 chosen at the stati convention yesterday L Stern Logan Harry 0 Weaver Wopello Mrs II II Carter Corydons CoU G Watson French Davenport William T Evnns Pnrhersliurg A M McColl Woodward Clmrles li Hearst Alternates Mnrtha MoClure Mount Pleasant Mrs II H Volland Iowa Pleasant jv City G K Cross Mason City Mrs F W Ileniour Cedar O C llnffer SlKourney Mrs T Smith Allanlic C H 15e City 10 ARE INSTRUCTED pendent o any o necessary independent of the Upper DES MOINES March of Iowas 22 district delegates to the republican national convention choa en yesterday by district caucuses of tho states It congressional districts were Instructed to vote for Frank O Lowden former governor of for the presidential nomination while th9 remaining 12 were unlnstructed In all instances where district can WASHINGTON ittarun ontinulng his scorching Indictment 28 above above Weather like that of Tuesday and and rO y t ne was searching one of the men the other stepped from behind ordered him to throw UP M ross miners wages beforo the senate inter the o or snow North Iowa ough to escape the terrific road Conditions which are remembered from last spring AAhe sheriff turned he was shot but he brot the man In frcm o him with a bullet In the abdomen He then turned and shot his assailnn tho ahoulrter hospital here Americanism Delighting In 1IU Mander stories about tho great a Review I the CHICAGO March robbers bound watchmen of the Borin Manufacturing company ot Cicero today and looted safes of 000 in nonnegotiable securities and also took patent formulas con sr new ca loot Included In nonne gotlable stock octh company 1100 facksonviile agreement miners and operators sajlng abrogated and trampled upon by the Pittsburgh Coal pony and others in that The union leader also entered ata tlstica of declines in coal prices paid by railroads which ho said was a re sult of tlie railroads campaign to depress wages at Tho story of their success Is writ ten In the degradation of the fields of Ohio Pennsylvania othwe stocK 01 in West he declared ooo in stock of each ot two subsidiary Lewis told Senator Goodlng republl OOlMn corporatlon nd can Idaho that the of Industrial Ing In America were wnstefi 1 and con gtocks bona3 ownPd by ititute a great handicap to the ftnil worth of jewelry be longing to Mrs Borin 11 The president ot tho company who picture of j anproxlmntely 50 per cent o he believed It Iowa conference A committee composed of the local members of the board of trustees the executive committee ot the ladles pro ssorBhlp association the members of the school board and tho town council was authored to take definite actton m starting a campaign in Iowa for funds to make posaible the continuation ot Upper Iowa The sum of was subscribed In meeting for in the new 000 donee was expressed that which is sufficient to put the inBUtu tlon on a good running basis could tari in the surrounding territory short time and this amount will v in au cunes did not Instruct the Levine Ready for Hop From Havana to Florida This 3 oclock thla Beach ixivlne would stay over night tt that TURN TO PAGE 20 COLUMN 1 AUNT HET By Robert QuiHen   

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