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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Pair tonight not so sold In extreme f northeast portion increasing cloudi ness rising temperatures AND MASON CITY North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 16 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NQ 137 0 FREEDOM FOR PORTO RICOCOOLIDGE IOPE GONE FOR ETY OF TWO ilTISHjLYERS fily Chance Is That They lay Have Been Found by Steamer BULLETIN March Kellogg today nablcd the American ambassador ft London that the navy would Ijciid every aid in locating the lalsslng Hiiichliffe airplane JEW YORK March icatlons today were that the Hon and Capt Walter G Hinchliffe had at sea their trans Atlantic flight In the tfioplane Endeavour only optimism was hope that flyers might have been picked up a vessel as in the cases of Hawker George Haldeman and Ruth Eld Some suggestions were that they ht have reached Newfoundland landed In some remote spot but jirevious transAtlantic flights slm hopes were vain Report Due to Mirage latest rumor about the plane due to somewhat of a mirage A Ift proprietors wife at Old Orchard thot she saw the wreck tan airplane on Stratton island miles ott shore lie1 coastguard investigated and jcluded that the suns rays on a i house window deceived the worn Blame Faulty Construction f AntiWar Treaty Is Urged by Kellogg in N Y Speech Vith no report from nee it cleared the tip Disaster the plane of Ireland sday morning save an uncon ed rutior that It had been sighted 170 milss off the Irish coast generally believed that search i nothing more ace knd WOR Holds Services adlo station WOR ot New York held religious services yesterday the missing flyers prayer being Jered and the unseen audfencebeing jjed to join in the singing of Lead Tidly Light Amid the Encircling and other hymns John Glllespie American represen of Capt Hinchliffe however still hopeful today that the flyers been forced down near some ship which was unable to communi thelr safety or had landed In twfoundland or Nova Scotia ilNGS GIRL TOR DODGE Cidnaper Wants Wife Re strained From Taking Child 1FORT DODGE March uy Phares who yesterday diknaped Ls 5 year old daughter Gwendolyn her grandparents Mrand Mrs Lennerman Leigh to fy obtained a writ of injunction re training his wife from attempting to tgaln possession of the child for the writ was made i a divorce suit filed by Phares In pilch he charged cruel and Inhuman Raiment and desertion petition said that the custody child was refused him and he was polled to go to Nebraska and get Phares returned here last night hlg daughter The GlobeGazette f ers Lindberghs Favorite Portrait So that every home may have a buitable distinctive and handsome itu3o portrait of the great airman lour Washington information bu eau has obtained the picture so fltcted by Colonel Lindbergh himself om ono ot the worlds celebrated studios and Autographed by him A special print on cameo card at ctive as it stands and also suit for any mounting or framing i therefore available to any reader rot this newspaper at nominal cost L Send 6 cents In stamps with this Coupon Secretary Says People tfi World Should Be Peace fully Minded NEW TORK March Placing the American government for mally on record in favor qf an unqual fled antiwar treaty between the great powers of the world Secretary Kel oss said In an address here last night that If the principal nations are united in a sincere desire for such a compact a formula could be devised acceptable to all The secretary spoke before i the council on foreign relations and took for his subject the war prevention policy of the United States and the treaties and proposed treaties which had been advanced in favor of world peace He coupled his advocacy of an anti war treaty with tho emphatic state ment that the American government will not become a party to any agree ment which directly or Indirectly ex pressly or by Implication is a military Hopes for Success Mr Kellogg expressed the hope that the present negotiations with France which have as their object the con clusion ot a general antiwar treaty would besuccessful ultimately The common people of the world were o one mind he believed In their desire to see the abolition of war as an in stitutlon and he pledged himself both personally and officially always to support and advocate the conclusion of appropriate treaties for arbitra tion for conciliation and for the re uniclatlon ot war I must not he said that xeaties of arbitration and concilla ion or eventreaties expllctly re instrument of na i guar anty against those conflicts between nations which have periodically broken out since the dawn of history In addition to treaties there must aroused public conscience against the utter horror and of war The peoples of the world must enjoy a peaceful mind as it has been said and treaties such as I have dis cussed and the eftorcs of statesmen to advance tho cause of world peace can only be regarded ns a portion of he problem I am not so blind as to believe that the millennium has ar rived but I do believe that the world s making great strides toward the pacfio adjustment of International dis Cant Pledge Forces Explaining that in the present reaty negotiations it was the pur pose of the UnitedStates in so far is possible to eliminate was as a fac or in International relations Mr Kellogg said the United States cannot obligate Itself in advance to use Its armed forces against any other nation of the world The United States does not believe that the peace of the ivorld or ot Europe depends upon or can be assured by treaties of military alliance the futility of which as guarantors of peace is repeatedly dem onstrated in the pages ot history he said The arbitration treaty with France recently ratified by the senate as well as other treaties were discussed at length by Dr Kellogg who said it was difficult for him to see by what claims a government could properly request arbitration of disputes covered by the four exceptions stipulated in the treaty including the Monroe doctrine since few if any would present ques tlons justifiable in their nature Only One Other Form I know of but one other form of treaty which can be concluded for the purpose ot preventing continued Mr Kelfoga and that Is a treaty in which the parties specifically bind themselves not to resort to war TURN TO PAGE 16 COLUMN 8 BREAD LINE FORMS IN FLOOD AREA Total Deaths MEXICAN SHOT AT CARD GAME DIED THURSDAY Pete Delgado Who Fired Bullet Held Pending Coroners Inquest Crespin Helna Mexican who was shot thru the abdomen by Pete Del gado another Mexican Tuesday night died at the Park hospital Thursday about 4 p m Reinas condition sud denly took a turn for the worse Thurs day morning and his father who lives at 517 Seventeenth street northwest was summoned to his bedside A coroners Inquest will be held Fri day afternoon at 3 Delgado has been transferred from the city Jail to the county jail County Attorney Roe Thompson is awaiting the verdict of the coroners jury before filing Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith G in stamps or coin for which please send me a copy of the Lind bergh portrait Name Street Our Weather Man a short time after the shooting told local officers that ho had charges against him Delgado appeared at the police sta tion and tired the bullet only after Helna had rushed at him with a razor Delgado stated that he and two other Mexi cans Santos Murilla and Miguel Prenterla were playing a sociable game of cards at his home at 1740 North PennEvivaniq avenue when intrud and asked to Join the game Delgado maintained that Relna became In censed and started to attack him with a razor when he Delgado refused to allow hi mto enter the game NAVAL BILL IS NEARING VOTE Wilbur Criticized for Listen ing to House Debate WASHINGTON March Tha naval consruction program OE the naval committee steamed toward a vote in the house today with proponents hopeful that Its course would not be obstructed by row such as that which attended the appearance on the oi Secretary Wilbur Exercising tho privilege accorded cabinet members the naval secretary wnt to the house yesterday during the debate on the proposal to build 15 cruisers and one aircraft carrier and took a seat In the front row on the floor Representative Huddleston demo crat Alabama denounced his pres in no uncertain terms and was aided in the attack hy Representattvi MeClintlc Oklahoma democrat member of the naval committee Sev era others including a member o said the a perfeci Huddlestons own party house rules gave Wilbur right to be there Thruout it all Wilbur sat is silence as tha rules prevented him from mak Ing a reply GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock a m Friday Highest Thursday p m 35 above Lowest Thursday night At a m Friday 13 above 23 above With the wind clinging to the north east another day the prospects for appreciably warmer weather anything but rosy Friday morning even tho the sun was operating In a cloudless slcy Thursday nights mini mum was Z degrees lower than that of the previous night and the day was 2 degrees lower than that ot Wednesday something of a WINDSTORM IN SOUTH KILLS ONE Damage Done to Oil Fields by Freak r Twister NEW ORLEANS March Property damage estimate above one life lost and an nc commodatlon train wrecked was tli known toll today of a freakish wind storm that swept the oil fields o northenot Texas and northwest Louis lana yesterday and later hit the wes and east boundaries of Mississippi i the vicinity of Vicksburg and Merld coincidence temperature and Friday The oclock a m was the same Thursday ian respectively The loss from the blow centere largely In the oil areas where an in complete count showed about thlrt derricks smashed The Caddo Tullos nnd other o fields of Louisiana suffered heavily The optimist is certain of going t heaven The pessimist is certain h wont like it even it he geta there Clinton f Central Press lelephoto of a bread line at Santo Paula ot refugees from the area washed out by flooil waters ot tde broken St Francis dam At one side Is the bread line and on the other open air benches in Santa Paula park where tho refugees eat after obtaining their fooil Gifts Kept Secret DELEGATION IS FOR AL SMITH Minnesota Delegates In structed to Vote for N Y Governor MINNEAPOLIS March 1G In state convention lere yesterday tho Minnesota demo rats instructed the 24 delegates to ho national convention of the party t Houston to vote for Gov Alfred 3 Smith oC New York as their hoica for candidate for president The convention gave enthusiastic upport to a resolution endorsing the York executive and asking the linnesota delegates to vote as a unit or Smith until ho Is nominated or jntil he releases Another resolution condemned the orgy of graft In the republican ad Hopoal of tho perni ious FordneyMcCumber tariff act vas urged and the administrations iolicy inNicaragua was criticized convention endorsed tho Mc NaryHaugen farm relief bill anil the St LawrenceGreat Lake waterway Jroposal Will Rogers DAYTONA BEACH Maroh democrats are having a lot of fun exposing the republican campaign corruptions but they would hava a lot more fun if knew where they could lay their hands on some of It themselves for next November Tho difference In corruption in the two parties was seven million votes laat election KO the democrats havo grot to invest Bnte and find out how to improva their corruption Tours WILT ROGERS Copyright PROBE DEATHS OF 4AVIATORS Failure to Carry Out Orders Believed to Be Cause SAN DIEGO March aerial crash apparently caused by a mistake In carrying out orders resulting in deatli of four marine flyers was under Investigation here today It was the second tragedy of its kind hera in two weeks tho first ending in the death of five men when homo made plane crashed to earth Tho marine accident occurred yes terday while three planes were flying in military formation Lieut Laur ence A Do Wine and Lieut J D Swartwout pilots ot tho two Ill starred planes and H C Bailey and Corp H C Chappelle their mechanics were the victims Capt Harold D Campbell who was leading the three plane formation said he had signaled Lieut Do Wine to take the lead and that Lieut Swartwout Instead of remaining in position moved worward as De Wine also pushed his plane ahead to exe cute the order Tho DeWine and Swartwout planes collided and seemed to hang together for an Instant Then they plunged nose down The silk parachutes of all four victims were found open after the two planes struck the earth about 200 feet apart but It nppcared that none of the four had attempted to get cltar of the machines All four were dead when rescuers reached the wreckage BRITISH NAVY MEN SUSPENDED Rear Admiral Captain and Commander Removed After LONDON March British naval officers including a rear admiral havo been suspended from duty as an outgrowth of a mysterious ncident aboard the battleship Royal Oak flagship of the Mediterranean leet Some of the newspapers have even characterized the incident as a naval nutiny but no authoritative informa ion is available Today an admiralty communique was Issued saying that the three offi cers concerned In the Malta naval In cident had been suspended They were Sear Admiral St a Collard In com mand of the battleship squadron Capt Kenneth G B Dewar in com mand of the Royal Oak r and Com mander H M Daniel All three have had distinguished rec ords Intho British navy The communique issued this after noon threw no light on the nature of the incident in the Mediterranean be yond saying that It Involved certain disciplinary matters and added that Rear Admiral Collards flag had not been transferred to another ship as had been reported hut was struck A winter resort is a place xvhere tired business man goes to rest ovory thlnpr cvcept his Knp Ida GazcUe UPHAM URGED NO REPORTCLAIM Teapot Dome Committe Told Party Leaders Sought to Hide Deficits CHICAGO March nony that tho treasurers of both th and democratic nationa committees agreed late in 1323 to rain from making any report of cam lalgn contributions and expenditure or that year was given today to th senate Teapot Dome subcommittee Tho witnesses were Irl G Hippie ind A V Leonard associates of In ate Frod W Upham the reasurer who declared Upham hai I him that Wilbur C Marsh o own then in charge of the finance f tho democrnlic national organiza Ion had urged that no returns b natie for since nonn wns lUlred by law as Ihrie was no na ional campaign during that year Had Large Deficits Both 1ilpsley and Leonard ntioUx Jpham as having said that Maral had told him that the democrats hai i large deficit to make up and ex peeled to get some large contribution vhlch it was not desirable to mak public Representative Cordell Hull Ten lessee who waa chairman of the dem ocratic committee at that titno had estlfled that the national organiza tion ot his party had no large deficit at that time and had received no Lib pvy bonds from Harry F Sinclair or any others connected either with the ease of the naval oil reserves or the Continental Tradingcompany some of the profits of which Harry F Sin clair turned over to Will H Hays In November 1923 to help wipe out the deficit of tho republican national com mittee In advance of the 1824 cam 2 Well Known Women of Rockwell Are Dead ROCKWELL March of Rockwells well known women died here last nlfflit Mrs Helene Dreyer 74 succumbed at her home after a lengthy Illness She had been making her home with her daughter Mrs H D Krugle She Is survived by her husband her laughter and two sons Fred Rock well and John Wisconsin The other death was that of Mrs Will 62 who died after an 111 ness lasting several years She Is vived hy her two daughters Mrs Wi Ficken living near Here nnd Mrs Otto Lcvenhagcn RESOLUTION OF ISLAND DENIED n Dam Break BY PRESIDENT Fixed at 206 Vatch Beach for Bodies That May Have Been Washed to Pacific SANTA PAULA March the known death toll ding1 at 206 several sets of inves gators dug deeper into tho available vidence today In an effort to unearth te cause of the St Francis dam dis iter Altho two coroners juries found esterday that the victims came to ielr death by drowning as the result t the breaking of the dam they did ot attempt to fix the blame From wo official investigating sources owever came reports that the foun ation upon which the great structure vas built was faulty The report of State Engineer Ed Hyatt that Had tho dam ad a sufficiently strong foundation his great tragedy never would have appened was echoed In a report by Centura County Engineer Charles Still Hunt for Bodies And on the heels of these reports 3ov C C Young telephoned B B leek head of the department of pub ic works at Sacramento to select a group of competent engineers to ex mine the dam Forces ot iron and shovels nnd came to the aid pt men in searching the patl of the runaway waters Tor the bodle of its victims The call for the machines came yes terday from the weary workers wh declared they Relieved all ot the bodie on the surfacafjOt the flood area been found The last report showed 06 bodle recovered and 196 missing r total 402 as the possible death toll Some Carried to Sea Searchers today also were ordere to sharpen their watch along th boach in the belief that bodies carrle to sea would riseon the third da and would be brot to the beach by th tides Four bodies found at the mout of the Santa Clara river yesterda strengthened the belief that man woro carried out to sea A boat too up the patrol of tho waters at th mouth of the river which runs int tho Pacific Itescue workers believe many more bodies will be found when huge piles of debris In tho lower valley Is torn apart This is tho Job for the steam shovels nnd tractors One of the tangled mses oC brush lumber ail uprooted trees covers 50 acres at an average depth of 20 feet Irenr for loiwin DBS MO1NM3S March Mrs formerly ot Marshall town today expressed tear that her son Arthur Kelley had lost his life n the flood following the collapse o St Francis dam in California Kelley a construction Intended to re turn to Iowa to visit his mother this spring Towner Told Financial Troubles Are of Own Doing WASHINGTON March President Coolldge has delivered a buke to agitators for complete inde pendence in Porto Hioo that Little Island of the West Indies group ceded to the United States after the Span ishAmerican war There has been a complete misun derstanding ot the concerete in the presidents opinion in connection with the moves to obtain home ithout outside assistance on ths is and whose government now was said y Mr Coolidge to exercise a great r degree of sovereignty over Its own ternal affairs than does tho govern lent of any state or territory ot nited The presidents position was given i a communication addressed to Kor ea M Towner governor ot Porto Llco and was made public last Ight It was in reply to a resolution dopted hy the island legislature and R cablegram signed by the presi ent of the senate and speaker ot he house of Porto Rico appealing for reedom to adopt methods to recover rom a grave economical AVIthout admitting tha existence f a grave economical In he finances ot the ot Porto president Coolidgo vrote the present difficulty which t is hoped is but temporary Is ex clusively tha reault of tho by the elected representatives ot the people of Porto Rico of an authority granted by the present very liberal organic CTh6 erallzed home th Island and Is known as the Jones act wtilcnV took effect In 1917 It replaced the civil form of government prescribed by the Foraker act of 1300 Before that a mil itary government was in operation there Denies Story Made Hipsley told the senate Investljra ho had not told of this con versation with Upham when ho ap peared In Washington because he had not been nsked about It Leonard tcstl fled that the recollection oC the con versation had he was testimony come back listening to to him Illpslcys Both witnesses denied in response to questions by Chairman Nye that this was a story they had made up to discredit the democrats since the republican party had been some what discredited by the testimony as to the methods used In wiping out its deficit after tho IQ20 presidential cam paign Account CHICAGO March ining tho bank account of Robert VV Stewart chairman of the board of the Standard Oil company of Indiana the senatorial Teapot Doms fiubcommlt tco today failed to find any unusual deposit in 1922 1923 or 1324 in Stew arts name The senatorial investigators sought from William H ryikes assistant cashier of tho Continental and Com mercial National hank information to whether Stewart had mndo a deposit of nftor the Con tnentnl Trnrtlnff company ized on Nov 10 1D21 FUNDS POUR IN TO PAYSINCLAIR Jorah Announces Response to Plea for Money to Wipe Off WASHINGTON March Juick response to his plea to rcpub leans of tho nation to pay off th campaign contribution o Harry F Sinclair oil operator an essee of tho Teapot Dome naval ol reserve was reported today by Stn ilor Idaho The senator made public a telcgrair received from Senator Goff reputl cnn West Virginia In response t first appeal for funds Issued las night Will gladly bo one of Sena tor Goff wired to contribute or one of 32 to give to mak Dossiblo the return of this most re voltingoil donation which every right thinking republican conscious of the greatness and the rectitude of his party instantly repudiates and makes hnste to turn back to its original Tho Idahoan was confident today that republicans would answer his Plea for wiping out of contribution which GIRL READY FOR HINDU WEDDING American BridetoBe at Barwaha India to Wed Former Maharajah BARWAHA India March 38 Devi Shannlsta tho former ancy Ann Miller ot Seattle arrived hers today for her nuurlago tomorrow She came with hnr party from Nasik whore she acquired tha Indian name and became a Hindu Crowds from everywhere including a largr body Of one of the owcr castes includingchiefly labor ers and Sharmisla wore welcomed with enthusiasm into the community Now that tho American girls con version has been accomplished the Antipathy of even the reactionaries is nnd all oyes were turned toward her wedding to Tukojl Rao formsr maharajah of Indore tomor row Preparations were being made or It on a princely scale Many nobles and friends of Tukojl Rao invited to the ceremony have ar hat Colonel Lambhate senior mem ber of the Holkar family will giv away In marrlaea as he case of the maharaMhs Sharmiata did In the second brldo Our memory goes back to tha time when we dont believe even the society editor knew what shade the brides stockings Tribune AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Will Hays chairman of can national committee campaign In testimony senate oil committee the Sinclair revealed hy the republl in the 1D20 before the Wo have RO to do he declared While his request for funds was only made lust night Senator Bonih snid lie hart received a loni distance call today from Chicago with a prom ise thai nn nrirrintzatioii would bo made thorn for the purpose of raising part of thn fund He did not who made the cull I guess Im a vnin old filing but if I wns brazen enough o wear dresses up lo my knees I wouldnt have nolliin to lie nsharacd Of except my   

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