Mason City Globe Gazette, March 17, 1928

Mason City Globe Gazette

March 17, 1928

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1928, Mason City, Iowa IOWA WEATHER fair tonight and Sunday except some cloudiness silently warmer tonight n east and south por tion AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home PRESS LEASED MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 17 1928 SERVICE NO 138 XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SSOflOTAFD FOR DETROITERSJREEDOM m i 1 i M n f n Witness Says No G Returned BE m 4bB 11 M SON FROMIOWAwin Submit St Pats Day Is More Than March 17 to One Time Cabinet M ber Looks With Favor on Candidacy DBS MOINES March Edwin T Meredith secretary of agri culture in the Wilson cabinet will not stand in the way of his presidential indorsement from Iowa as a favorite son candidate for the democratic nomination he announced today in a letter sent to Thomas W Keenan Hhenandoah I would look upon such action on ths part of the democracy of Iowa as a statement of Us position on the Issues now before us rather than a binding pledge to the communication statement was In response American Girl to Wed In dian Accepted Into Mem bership of Hindu Caste LONDON March An Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Bombay today said Miss Nancy Ann Miller is to undergo an opera tion for appendicitis The dis patch said that after her wedding to Tuliojl Rao former maharajah of Indore today the couple will sail for Europe as soon as possible for the operation gar to Tukoji Kao talmove toselect sr wiufd abt Meredithdelegation tof 9 party tooa of the position he desires to see the party Hi that he WOUIU cunamei e SI compliment and honor tohave them take such action as will bring tus about i Your suggestion that I become a candidate for the democratic presi dential nomination is ot course ap predated by me and 1n Justice to you and the many other friends who have A likewise Importuned me I feel that h I my poBltlopIn the Made Dream Overnicht Barwaha had been con ing proniuiiiun mini i that he would consider it a very great verted into a dream and splendor for the marriage Mlsa Miller wore a brilliant magenta sari and her head was covered with cloth of gold Later In the morning she was adopted into the Holkar family with all religious rites During the ritual shesat on a silver cushion Beside her sat the senior Maharanee two mothersinlaw and the senior mem caste TTlnrtii vtnffr Palrirks Day Is a first class Ysndaughtcr of Timothy Smiddy CHIEF COUNTY GOT DONATION Fyffe Says Committee Got From National Coffers BULLETIN WATERLOO March W Marsh treasurer In 1923 of tho national democratic committee declared today ho would jo before tlio congression al committee investigating cam paign contributions in connection with tlie Teapot Dome scandal whenever called Chairman Nye of the committee announced today that Marsh be called before the com mittee next Wednesday CHICAGO March tional testimony that the Cook county republican committee made no con ribution ot to the republican national committee in 1024 was given today to the senate Teapot Dome sub committee at the closing session ot Its hearings here A notation ot such a gift IB con ained in tho records ot the late Fred W Upham national treasurer up to June 1024 and the senate investlga ors are seeking to determine whcthe some of the of Sinclair Lib Will Rogers TAMPA March can never tell In this world when positions will bo reversed night in Daytona Beach John L and young John D and famw came to my little show I was Invited to the house for breakfast this morning and on ar riving the elder John no effort to give me the customary dime whereupon I took out one and gave it to him He took It Ill say he took it I guess this prosperity In Dig business Is overrated I went around the course with him tor he Is the only man I will watch play golf There is some excuse for bin playing It Tours WILL BOGETIS Copyright Confirmation of John Esch Is Defeated outhern Soft Coal Region Wins Fight Against I C C Member WASHINGTON March Defeated In their fight before the n minister of the Irish free state to Washington ntS warmly 5Vedr the new member SiyehHJeh Title the Holkar the elabor place with an the highness the Mahar anee Sharmilta Holkar which to In ior auvti my name to the national conventlon I hope every democrat In Iowa will attend his week ending March 31 and register his desire is regards candidates and policies that thetrue sentiment of Iowa democracy Fight Seen The Meredith letter was Interpreted to mean that the dryprogressive faction with which Meredith is aligned will contest vigorously with the Smlthforpresldent faction with in the Iowa democratic party Coincident with developmentof sen timent favoring the nomination of Governor Smith New York as the Iowa democratic choice thera has grown a stop Smith group the lead of which Meredith now is be Heved ready to shoulder BECK ALLOWED TO TAKE SEAT REYNOLDS OBJECTS CRBSTON Marfch Reynolds Creatoji forme chairman 61 tho state democratic cen tral committee commenting on th TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 8 The GlobeGazette Offers Its Readers New Lindbergh Portrait Colonel Lindbergh selected this picture himself and autographed It In one of the best known studios at the national capital It Is mode available thru our Washington information bureau on 1 cameo card attractive as it stands or suitable for the mounting or framing which suits you best The size Is 5 by 0 Inches A better Lindbergh picture for every home or office Use the coupon Majority Report Says We Must Rely on Good Sense of WASHINGTON March ig that men who have been chosen s representatives In congress should not be excluded unless their cases present a clear violation of the consti utlon a house elections committee oday recommended that James M Beck be permitted to retain his sea as a republican representative from Pennsylvania Mr Beck was elected to succee William S Vare whoso right to sit i the senate haa been bitterly con tested on the ground that his cam palgn expenditures were excessive The report signed by six repub cans and one democratic member of the committee was accompanied by a minority report which presented the contentions of democratic committee men that the Pennsylvanlan was not an Inhabitant of Pennsylvania In constitutional sense at the time of his election Tho majority report declared thril we must rely upon the Integrity the patriotism and the good sense of the electors In the various districts with respect to the B fit member ship in the house of Farmers National Takes Over Business of First National GAHNBR March birth of a new financial institution occurred here this morning with the announce ment of the consolidation of the Flrat National bank with the Farmers Na tional The announcement was made by J N Sprolo president of the new insti tution The merger was effected at a meet ing held here last night The new ank which will use the building of ie Farmers National has a capitali zation of a surplus of 1th deposits announced at Sprole Is Jresident Officers were elected as follows J N Sprole president F E Blackstone Ice president and Charles Wellik ashler The directors two ot whom were irectors of the First National are N Sprole Charles Wellik Alex Ross A E Katter A Kelley F 13 ItPQQJYanks Are Ordered to Nicaragua Additional Troops to Be Sent to Supervise Countrys Elections WASHINGTON March As a sequel to Nicaraguas failure to enact legislation providing for Am supervision ot her next presi ential election plans were under way oday for dispatching more ma nes to that country to help enforce ie SUmson peace agreement The marines most of whom will be aken from the scouting fleet and At antic coast ports will embark us soon s sailing space Is obtained and other etalls of the expedition are com leted Some are expected to leave vlthln a few days They will augment the ma Blackstone W J Bartz O 1C Maben and Fred Groiman It was pointed out this morning tha the merger of the two Garner Inst tutlons Is in line with a movement ev dent in business all over the country of fewer and stronger organization Wealthy Men on Board Included among the backers of th new Institution are some of the con munltys wealthiest men which glv Garner officers stated one ot th strongest banks in the vicinity The bank will bo under the super vision ot the national banking depart ment a representative of which Wil liam Taylor was present at last night meeting PETEDELGADO Mexican Who Shot Crespin Raina to Have Hearing on Manslaughter At a coroners Inquest held by Dr W E Long at the Bonner funeral liome Friday afternoon a coroners jury returned a verdict that Crespin Raina came to his death from a gun shot wound by one Pole Delgado who shot Crespin Ralna in self defense In his own homo after having severa times requested the deceased to leave LABOR LEADER IS STILL HELD BY KIDNAPERS Rich Cafe Owner Taken From Home by Fake Detectives BULLETIN DETROIT March E Hall wealthy bev erage establishment operator kidnaped yesterday and held for ransom was re leased by his abductors about noon today upon payment of the ransom his friends an nounced The ransom money was un derstood to have been turned over to Halls abductors at an appointed rendezvous by a close friend of the abducted man erstate commerce commission for DETROIT March naper extortionists who have victim ized a score ot persons here during last few months today were known to be holding for ransom two promi nent local men while reports that a third wealthy victim had fallen Into the hands of the gang were under in vestigation James E Hall wealthy owner ersiaie James B Hall wealthy calo owner ower freight rates on lake cargo operatOr was kid ctntAc in the BOUtneru afn ines already In Nicaragua policing he country and trying to capture Sandino last ot the native eaders to decline to lay down arms under the Stlmson truce which also irovidcd for American aid to see to 11 hat the next elections are carried out n a legal and orderly manner Secretary Wilbur spys tho new ma rines force will be used principal tor maintaining order luring the bal loting for a successor to Adolf Diaz now president of the little counry They will not bo used In the flol against Sandino he declares some of them perhaps will be em ployed for guard duty and other ma rino activity there erty bonds Upham received from Wil H Hays for political use were sol and the proceeds credited to the Coo county committee Cook County Got Alexander Fyffewho described him self harmony chairman Cook county during the 1924 cam paign testified that his committee re ceived a total of from the re publican national committee hone of which was returned He added that hfs committee mado no conributlon to thrs national organization Turning to personal contributions to tho republican national political chest the senate Investigators learned from Phillip D Armour nephew of tho late J Ogden Armour and F Edison White president of Armour and company that on Sept S 1924 they contributed each They said they had not contributed any funds In 1021 1522 and 1023 ex plaining that B A Kckhart assistant rcasurer of the republican national committee had askod them to make gifts during the Coolidge president campaign success m drive against confirmation of John T Ksch Wisconsin for a sec ond term on the railroad regulating who had served on the com Grosse Polnte village district lost night by two men posing as detective and was held for ransom N While Halls friends and were reported to be negotiating with s house The examination of witnesses was onducted by Coroner Long and liarles for the state and J Hayes for the defendant Wlt cssns at the intiuest were Officer ack OKecfe and Night Captain J C Buchanan who helped take Raina to he hospital Miguel Anteria and San 03 Murlllo who testified that they ere playing cards with tho defend nt Pete Delgado Tuesday night vhen Jesus Perez and Crespin Raina ntruded Jesus Perez and Dr George M Crabb who attended Raina Im mediately following the shooting Murillo corroborated the testimon ot Antorla which was to tho effect that the three playing cards atj TUKN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 8 1740 Pennsylvania avenue northeast about 11 oclock Tuesday night when Raina and Perez entered under the after live hours of debate closed doors rejected the appointment Esch who had tor hisT po December for tldn late yesterday when the Kidnaping Member ot Shumways ever declared the cafe ov ler was out of town on a business trip and was ex pected to return tho first of next week Joseph real estalo operator and friend of both Hall and Shumway called In by the police declared tho man was In Detroit but ho declined to reveal Shumways whereabouts On Monday Harvey Watson labor leader was kidnaped and hold for 000 ransom So far as known he is still held by the kidnapers The ran som notes were received by local offi cials of the American Federation of Labor who turned them over to po Based on Mine Troubles The opposition led by senators from tho southern coal states To Get Deposit Slips At the request ot Senator Har old B Ambert general counsel for tho First National hank of Chicago agreed to furnish tho personal de posit slips of the late Fred W Upham treasurer of the republican committee for the years 1922 1923 and 1924 Ira G Hlpsley and A V Leonard reiterated their testimony that Uphim had told them Wilbur W Marsh treasurer of the democraticnational committee had flUKtcested In 1923 Hint tho two party treasurers refrain from was based U119 almost entirely on the 07 year old com missioners change of attltudo in the long pending contest between the mines ot Pennsylvania and Ohio and those ot West Virginia Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia for the lake cargo trade whereby he favored after onco opposing lower rates for the northern fields Tho commission recently rejected a petition ot southern railroads for a 0 cents a ton reduction in lake cargo coal transportation charges and the Issue is under consideration for pos sible court action Senator Neely democrat West Vir ginia who led tho fight against con firmation charged Esch who also voted against the southern roads cut proposal had switched his vote on the northern proposition because ot pres sure from Pennsylvania and tho ad ministration Denied Political Pressure Chairman Wutaon of the interstate commerce committee which had re ported adversely on tho Domination and Senator Feas republican Ohio supported Each calling attention to his emphatic denial nt the committee icarings that political pressure had Frederic J Hiukln Director The Mason Clly GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith 0 cenU In stamps or coin for which please send me a copy of the Lind bergh portrait Name Osage Catholic Church Trustees Will Receive Insurance Money OSAGE March Insurance adjustor and the trustees of the Sac red Heart church recently destroyed by fire here have come to an agree ment regarding the settlement ot the HENDERSON GETS D N LEWIS JOB New Commerce Counsel Is Member of Simpson College Board DBS MOINES March H Henderson today was apolnttr stato commerco council by the Iowa board of railroad commissioners to succeed Dwlght N Lewis who re signed this woev to accept the vlc Our Weather Man clalm It Is announced that the church trustees will accept the sum of 000 Instead ot the which the church had been carrying The men ot the pnrlsh have already started work clearing the ruins of 1 the burned building A larger and more beautiful edifice Is to be constructed It Is suld The contract for the work has not been awarded iresidonry of the United Public Serv ice company of Chicago Mr Henderson Is a former stat commerce counsel having served in that capacity from July 1 1911 July 1 1027 when he was succeede by Mr Lewis Ho Is a former circuit and distrlc judge of Warren county and serve on the bench for four years Mr Henderson Is a member of th hoard ot trustees of Simpson colleg Indianola and served as Its secretar to 1919 It was a surprise to many readers learn that Mussolini had a brother icy were of the opinion that the alian premier would allow no one his nnmc Fort Influence of liquor and attempted to start a disturbance They both stated that Delgado repeatedly naked them to leave saying that he didnt want any trouble with them and that when RaJna started advancing toward Delgado in a threatening manner the HOUSEPASSES NAVY MEASURE aused him to change his vote Each who hnd been serving under a cess nppointment since his first tern xpired three months ago Is coauthor C the EsclvCuinmlns railroad act Be ore going on latter drew a bureau drawer se to answer to exlge Messenger gun and from a nearby shot as Ilalna made a lunge at him with a razor Jesus Perez Rainas companion on the night of the shooting denied the allegations of misdemeanor by the two lie testified that the two had merely called on a friendly visit Manslaughter charges were filed by County Attorney R PThompson I Bill to Construct Fifteen Cruisers Is Sent to Senate WASHINGTON March The new warship con striictlon program was approved to day by the house and sent to tho ndgado who will liave was 2S7 to icarlng before Pollco Judge L I Jn passing the Butler bill the hous vorbos Saturday afternoon P for ot Tnyes will represent the defendant GlobeGazetti weather figures for 24 lour period ending at oclock a m Saturday Highest Friday p aJxve Lowest Friday night 17 above U a m 25 above Warmer weather was presaged Sat urday morning when tho wind which has clung to tho north for several days took a chango Into the south Altho the nights minimum was a couple degrees lower than that of Wednesday and Thursday the tem perature at oclock Saturday morning was two degrees above that at the corresponding hour on those other days Tho sun shone with an unusual brilliance too wcreTekl Family church each and one aircraft of Saturday nornnS th Rev James Tho measure carries a provismn Hammill officiating Burial was made questing the president to urge til in St Jonephs cemetery necessity ot another InternalloiH conference fojthe limitation of nava Cranks Car In Gear armaments and gives him nuthorlt ALLISON March Truaxlto suspend tho proposed constructlu cranked Ills car while In gear In from either In whole or in part in tho even Of the Allison repair shop and the cur of a limitation agreement backed Into another machine driven1 by a soap salesman of Cedar Rnplds The Cedar Rapids car was damage 1 tho commission ho erved 22 years as a member ot the ouao and IS years on its Interstate nd foreign commerce committee HICKMANTlEN TO SANQUENT1N Kidnaper and Slayer Put in Pen Pending Appeal of Death Sentence In addition the hill would provir that eight of ths new ships must lie built In navy yards WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather for the week ending March 34 for the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri most ly near seasonal normal probably one or two precipitation periods In north portions mostly fair in south portions i MankatoBIue Earth Bus Service Stopped KARTK March The Twin City hus service from Mnn RAX March IM ward Ilkkman con vlcled ot two murdnrs and a kidnap ing arrived at Kan fjuentin prison to from and was en rolled as convict No 44049 Illckman Is umtcr scntouco to hanK April 27 for lie murder of 12 year old Miirinn Pnrknr daughter of n Angeles banker but an appeal Is pending 1 lo is also Is under a life sentence for the murder of C Ivy Toms druggist of a Los Angeles suburb Hlcknmn was one of J8 prisoners brot from tho south under heavy guard in a special car Among them was Welhy Hunt 17 year old former of convicted of par ant killing kato to Blue Karth hnn been discoiil As addinglo tlio mirth of nations tlnuert until thn condition of HIP roads how would a Joint ilobatn between improved They are badly cut up at present MRSNIS Tlownmi and Skrnmmc Marshalltown TImfvKrpuhJican AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen last liirif I snved some money Id round il in Ilia scwin machine drmver hut this liino I hid it in Iho lice Police Told of Threat Hall was at a dinner with hla wife when two pseudo detectives entered and forced him toaccompany thorn at the point of pistols To allay the sus picions of Mrs Hall the men de clared they taking her husband to tho McClelland avenue precinct police station but the wifo on calling the station learned that she had jeen duped Shortly afterwards two other men arrived at the Hall home with the ransom note Mrs Hall Informed the pollcs ot the threat but a few hours later friends and relatives of the men hold besought ths authorities to post pone their Investigating activities pending completion ot for the victims release Police expreaeed tho opinion that Shumways friends failed to report rumored kidnaping thrufear that victim would be harmed by his cap tors Labor officials after receiving the ransom demands for Watson flatly refused to pay tho money Operating for Nearly Year Despite the disinclination via tlms to furnish with Informa tion the authorities planned to leave no stone unturned in an effort to TURN TO PAGE 14 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