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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 28, 1928, Mason City, Iowa IOWA WEATHER Snow tonight probably Jay except rain or snow In southeast portion no decided change in temper ature winds mostly strong east to north this afternoon and tonight AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES IOWA WEDNESDAY North Iowas Daily ISewspaper Final Edition Edited for Hie Home mm tlNITBD PRESS HOUSLPASSKNAVY APPROPRIATION BJLL MEXICANYANK RELATIONS ARE BEST INYEARS fCalles Signs New Regu lations Governing Oil Properties WASHINGTON March Diplomatic relations between the lUnited States and Mexico in the opin of Washington officials today era on a firmer foundation than they Jiave been for the last 10 years as a Insult of the signing by President of new regulations governing Ifie activity of foreign oil companies In the southern republic regulations promulgated after months of conferences between llexican government officials and wight W Morrow aiwoassador of the nited States are regarded as remov er the fundamental objections raised I this country in the long diplomatic jhanges by holding that all Ameri oll titles acquired before May 1 when the new constitutional na lllized Mexican mineral lands are Id in perpetuity and not limited 40 years I Courts Can Settle Disputes Emmenting on the new regulations tetate department in a brief state It declared It felt as did Ambas r Morrow that such questions Ipy as niay hereafter arise can be lied thru the due operation of the Ijican administrative department Ithe Mexican teident Galles action the state added completes the process ining with the decision made by branch of the Mexican Jrnment on Nov 17 1027 and fol rJiby the enactment of the new pleum law by the legislative on Dec 26 thefle steps yoluntaj u the discussions began 20 y ears ago with refer jtb the effect of the Mexican con lion and laws upon foreign oil Protested Oil Taws Ithe lengthy exchanges of notes Ie subject the United States cou ld the new constitutional provia American oil rights to 1817 were confiscntory and hted vigorously time and again 1st their being carried out lations between the two countries ttedly were near the breaking j on several occasions and heated jes in congress coincided with the correspondence tenseness of the situation re considerably when the Mexican ine court last November held un fjtuttonal the substitution of 50 Vonfirmatory titles to rights prior and when the Mexican con t approved the new oil law sus H by Cailes during Colonel Llrid visit to Mexico City last De Iff a feeling was plainly evident Ithe long and bitter oonlroverv near its end STOCK TRADING IS SLOWER THO PRICES CONTINUE TO GAIN NEW YORK March Trading in the stock market slowed down perceptibly today after the breathless pace of the past few sessions hut the general price movement was again to higher ground Several of the old favorites In cluding General Motors Radio and U S Steel common faltered at the outset but their places at the head ot the bull parade were taken by new leaders in the raJl road can tobacco and oil groups Record high prices were estab lished in the first few minutes of trading by New York Central Gen eral Electric American Can Con tinental Can Commercial Solvents and Sinclair Oil the gains ranging from a few cents to a share 1 an American B quickly ad vaneed a share In reflection ot the new Mexican oil regulations published in the morning papers THREE GERMANS FACE ANOTHER DAYATJUBLIN Bremen Held in Readiness f or Hop by Thurs day Morning for of Clarion Great Engineer Buried March Mrs Charles fhill wife of a veteran Chicago r Western engineer who died ot pneumonia after an illness illy a few days was buried here lay Mrs Churchill is survived husband and two small chil GlobeGazette Its Readers Baby Booklet the Care of Your Baby is age booklet published by the led States public health service lithe information of parents 1 InWashington information bu 1 has obtained a supply of re of this public health report th are now available to readers i cents a copy Ijie booklet gives authentic facts feeding and other details of cafe from the prenatal ner to advanced childhood Best fco on clothes recreation hours sleep correct weight at nil records to keep clothes and plies to prepare in advance and of other useful facts Be the coupon Jcdrric J Hnsldn Director Re Mason City GlobeGazette nlfornmtion Bureau D 0 enclose herewith S cents in Imps or com for a copy of the InkJet THE CARE OF YOUK lime left It was considered likely that they would get away tomorrow morn think we are templing tod Arthur Spindler mechanic of the Junkers monoplane Bremen wrote to friends in Dresden Germany merely wish to be pioneers in the service of The other members of the Bremens crew are Baron Khrenfried Cumber Von Henefeld gave the last Pfennig his personal fortune to fi nance the venture and Captain Pllol When they satisfied that the outlook is favorable there will be no delay The mart may bo sudden but the flyers are prepared to wait until they aie satisfied they can try tho hop without turning the flight into a which all of them deprecate Present indications are ihat the Bremen will follow the steamship Janes It may go even further south if the flyers regard it as desirable mce they parlioiilarly anxious lo avoid the risk ice forming on Ihe RISQUE STORIES Lewis Denounces Mine Owners Before Committee BILL FOR FLOOD CONTROL GIVEN 0 K OFSENATE Proposal to Prevent New Disas ter Gets Quick Vote WASHINGTON March After an hour ot consideration the senate today passed the measure for control of the Mississippi river floods The speed of the action fairly took Ihe brealh of the senate which had been working On the gigantic pro posal lor weeks in committee The hours discussion brot two minor amendments Senator Robinson Arkansas the democratic leader proposed the sud den vote The small membership on lie floor seemed startled but the sue1 Testion took Senators McKellar Tenessee and lansdel Louisiana democrats rushed orward with amendments Hurried Conferences were held with Chairman ones of the commerce commitee who lad held the floor during most of the rlef debate Senator Robinson joined in the par eying in the center of the floor Assent was given1 to both amend ments within two minutes the railing the rollon final of the bill Senator Robinson laid aside a long repaietl address he hjd expected to make HALDEMAN ON ENDURANCE TRY t jGene Shank St Paul Forced to Quit for Third Time ST PAUL March 28 Sliank youthful St Paul aviator ended his third un successful attempt fo establish a new worlds endurance flight rec ord here at a today when aPlugged gas forced him down after II hours ami JO miii uies in the air March George Ilaldemnn and Kd die Stlnson took off rrom Ihe beach runaway here at oclock eastern slandnid time this morning in an rf rort lo better the worlds endurance flight record TwoFaced Policy Charged Against Operators by Union Leader WASHINGTON March 28 Recriminations fl9w thick and fait between John U Lewis president oJ the United Mine Workers and Wil liam P Belden Ohio coal otferatow counsel at tha session today of The committee after the union leader had charged a0at omPantes In Ohio Hyde policy toward ojganizeTfabor roso to denounce several Ohio concerns for Investing profits derivet from their union operations in non union fields in West Virginia Ho declared that whila two men connected with those firms had been benevolent toward union labor in umo at the same lime they wers n pressing unionism elsewhere thru iuch brutal methods as have been at nbuted to the coal and Iron poMce nd mine guards He described these employes as Belden demanded of Chairman Wat on that he bo allowed immediately to introduce evidence in refutation ot Lewis Charges assailing them as misleading and The miners executive glaring to ward Belden obtained recognition and proceeded In measured tones that I can say is that Mr BelJons reply i3 Vrong and that 13 the mildest word I can Chairman Watson assured the on erators counsel that he would have the opportunity for rebuttal at a later date subsequently denyingthe floor to 1 C Townsend union counsel who said he wanted to Introduce dence to substantlato the charges HIS HOUSE BOMBED Political warfare was ascribed by poliro as the reason for he bombing of the house of Senator Charles S Uciiecn Illinois in Chicago the fifth bo in hi up tho year involving persons of lUgh political connections in Chicago Deneen who liud been In the cify for tho funeral of Dinmond roc Ksposito slain ward leader was onroufe back to Washington when the lionibing occurred Xo 11110 was Injured altho his niece mid a muhlwcre thrown from FOR BARGE LINE GUARD HOMES OF 40 GHIGAGOANS if blfered for Conviction of Poli tical Bombers of the Slupstead bill to treble the capital stock of the Miss it5inni ilfAti In i its Ousted School Teacher Sues Slander Asks March defense in tho slandcr slli brot hy Mrs Florence Coehran Brad iipimsl school officials and rons of the school Here from which she wiis ousted for relating visdue slorica to her pupils was continued in district court here today Six pupils of the school all under 15 related stories from the stand yes which they asserted ihe telday teacher told them during recesses They were presented in the defense effort to justify the action of the school board in ousting the teacher Mrs Bradshaw was exonerated of the charges by school officials The defendants in the slander suit were cut from six to three when Judge W S Cooper yesterday dis missed the charts ns against AIbert Armstrong Shutt and W K The hoard members were con tinued as defendants under the ruling JndVTr r and jr Iawrence and Bnyd Hitler The takeoff waa without incident following some little delay in Retting the machine fueled and warmed up for the hop which they hope will keep them in the air until some time nflcr noon Friday The flyers were confident the stin sonDetroiter monoplane under or 200 Wright whirlwind would keep them in than 55 hours They expect to cruise up and down the Florida east coast powcr motor the air for more Prohibition Agent and Deputy Marshal Killed s March A Hanson a prohibition agent of VVntorlown S Dak and K Kljimery deputy diked marshal whose home ia n Sioux were killed today when a train struck their automobile just east of here ss i river baree line so as lo Increase facilllies extend us service us service northward from at Louis to Bt Paul was urged today before the senate commerce committee by spokesmen for business interests in the upper MIsi iastppi valley Appearing on behalf of the Miss issippi RiverValley association Clevc land A Xewton St Paul said there should lie additions to the measure ex plaining that the three fundamentals necessary for Ihe building up oC ihe upper valley vere a betlcl more terminal facilities and an ar rangement for an exchange oC freight between rail and water lines Denying that his association favored permanent government operation Newton told the committee that these fundamentals had been provided there should be a return 10 privae operation We are convinced Ihat private op era lion will he better for us than gov ernment he said We have a great natural outlet for our products which should be WOMANTES OF INJURIES CHICAGO March Homes of 41 Chicagoaus were muei uanl today and a reward was on the heads ot tho persons who lombed the homes United States ienator Deneen and Circuit Tohn A Swanson Monday night The reward said to he the largest ever offered In a Chicago urinilnnl case offered for arrest ami conviction IN DOSS WILLING TO RETURN AND BE SENTENCED Former Soldier Said He Set Fire to Rising Sun Home DBS MOINES March Dowey Doss alias Dewey White de serted infantryman from Fort Snell ng murdered Martha Smith 2 year old farmers wife of Rising Sun three weeks ago he confessed to Sheriff Park A JFindley of Polk conn y at Potosi last night the sher ff told deputies here Mrs Smiths body waa found in her urnirig home here on March 6 Evasive to questioning Doss at first enledany connection with the crime Sheriff Plndley said Shortly after Pm yesterday however he broke own and told all the details of the laying lie said ha was willing to ome to Des Moines and enter a plea f sullly In his confession Doss told Flndley 3 left St Paul the Sunday preceding he slaying and came to Des Moines n a freight train He spent a day wandering about the railroad and then started out the road lending past the Smith home He said he kncoked at the door and asked Mrs Smith for something to eat Invited into the house Doss said he beat Mrs Smith with his revolver When she fell to the floor he said he shot her dragged her to V couch ajid set fire to ran thru the back yard discarded Jijs ov prcoat and which provided the olues leading to his identity and ar iest and escaped Will Rogers PITTSBURGH March Am here in Pittsburgh but am the only person that didnt come to in vestigate coal situation Henry Ford is paying a lay and hav ing no trouble in his mines Aint it funny when it looks like a busi ness cant bo run right he hobs up and shows that it can I believe that fellow could make a fann pay Talk about Andy Mellons great treasury record You ought to see his state political one He is the only man since Mus solini in Italy that controls both the republican and democratic SeJe Ration to both conventions I think he will instruct both delega tions for Coolidge Tours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1028 1928 CAMPAIGN STARTS AS STAY AT Reed and Willis Only Two Candidates Out on Speak ing Tours WASHINGTON March In contrast with many past presiclen ttat years he campaign for hu lional convention delegates from th standpoint of candidates has the eu marks of n stayinhomo affair Of nil the presidential possibilities only two Heed of Mossouri and Wil lis of taken the stump of the bomber s City county slaie anil possibly national inquiry into tindouble bombings have been strongly but thus TJIIthe police and stales at torneys office have been the only no live agents seeking the bombers The result of the police investigation was last nlsht by Commis sioner Hughes no develop The bombings like Ihe four previous bombings since Inn 2fi have left the authorities virtually without Tlifl motor cars nsnd by the bombers were sofn In bmh instances by persons prissinp by but heir stnrios have pioven of but lille value to investigators Since Oct 11 Insi there have been 02 bombings in Chicago BROTHER HUNTS KIN ASjLAYER Y Village Postmaster Sought for Killing Sweetheart K March pitted against brother in it police search todny for the slaver of 1U year old Marie Terwlllleer The Kirl was shot and killed as she cles before the June conventions Jikecampaigners of former days Senator Heed has set out to cany his right for the democratic nomination In to at least half the states of ihe tin SENATE IS TO DISCUSS PLAN FORTENSHIPS Eight Cruisers and Two Dirigibles Included in Measure WASHINGTON March Carrying funds for two super dirigi bles and for continuation at work on eight cruisers and two rioot submarines the 192829 naval appro pnation bill was propelled over to th4 senate today stamped with house an proval The measure an pussed without ft record vote by the house late yenter day provides for the naval establishment or more than 000 above tho funds available for this fiscal year Among other things it culls for maintenance of the navy at Its present strength To Build 2 Described by Rear Admiral MoffaM chief of tha naval bureau oC aeronau lica as most Important step tak en by this country to its right ful place In the merchant marine of tho the measurs provides to start construction ot Uio two dirigibles Their total cost must lot exceed A long delmto over mathod of letting the contracts for the big air ships passage ot the mca sure At tho saiuo lime Secretary vv ilbur announced that now bids would be nsked for tho craft a step interpreted at the capitol as neces sary to receive formally a bid from the Goodyear company Akron ot Indiana is awaiting an op to portunlty to get home to look Ohio fror fences but there is no sign will taltO tllo frt nrnaa f jro presented a bid to build one the ships on a costplus basis was ret used by the navy and the com uji pan is said o be bid ion Already he has cove rod more I tlnrt ut a oet of than miles on n trip to the PII cific coast am he now is mi a swing thru 10 more southern mul midwest crn stnlfs Willis Ilnrcl at he found out that Spcretury lloovcv would oppose him in ihe Ohio presidential primaries Senator Wil lis has ijeen spending his wcokonds making Hpeechps in his Before he April voting lie ubly will spend even more of his time in Ohio Senator Watson Indiana also hns under from Uio rtnotwa yesterday and police y of Iior luimt PLANE FALLS IN MEXICAN TOWN Three Wealthy Americans Killed While Flying to Mexico City seeking as her slayer Harry T Mel tuKh post masleiof HlLs and elder bro ther of Jesse AltHugh the Kirla ropul swecthpart Tlie poticft ihpory was tluit llinry MclIllKli after brooding oiilhis bro thers ot which he disapproved shot her lesso joined In the search for his 1 o Iher hut police believed Harry drowned himself in Ihe waters of a reek that runs thru ihf villnge Miss 1orwilliRer wiih her mother above the postoffice Hhe without rcvealinjr the name of KI stayer Harry Mr 11 ugh police said disappeared from ihe pnsloffice a few minutes prior to the shooting Mrs Coolidges Mother Shows Improvement Hoover as an opponent in the pri maries Plans to spend a month cam paiening prohiihly starting off about April 7 with a speech In AVInchcalor his home Hoover has that hc will make no lireconvent ion speeches and while lliot has given to hi TlitS TO IS MORE WINTER DUE FOR IOWA Snow Forecast for Most of State as Parting Touch of Cold rKK MONKS Winter has iinollier farewell exiursion into Iowa with snow being for toniclii ant prolviblv also would be constructed ths piojiosed contract Iuf I S Towiml The building of theso airships by the Admiiil M f felt said will undoubtedly in the near future to nf similar airliners and put the Uniir States in a lo take its share Mils new nonimorrrial The ships would he equipped o curry flvo airplanes each with c imery and landing Jim Planes while tho dirigibles are In tlififht Inspector Says Lowden Postmaster Owed Almost Nothing to Government Our Weather Man Stacyville Boy Wins Honors at Columbia Halbach son of March Mr and Mrs M ieipr won first honors and a at twentyfirth annual nra at Columbia ru last week Mr at Columbia Halhach is GlobeOazetto weather figures for 4 hour period ending at oclock i m Wednesday Highest Tuesday 37 Iowest in 9 detrrees a m Tuesday wns wiched in between two oloudy Tho wind Wednesday iiHirning vil from the rant and horn considerable ohilllnrss wiih it in spito of the fart tlial the lomprrnturn was only alxiut at the point jMrs Engebretson Thornton Hit by Automobile Near Sheffield SUKFFIEID March 2S Mrs Peter Engebretson Thornton died here about 2 oclock of injuries re ceived when oho was struck by an automobile bearing a DCS Moines li cense number a half milo south of town Sir and Sirs Engebretson were re turning from Oolweln to their home int at the hill south of town Mre Kngebretson got out of the car to ivalk down fearing the slippery roads At the bottom of tho hill as fhe was getting into their machine an other car from the opposite direction struck her She was brot to a relatives home lere at noon A sancl onrs of Green Sent to Governor Hammill WASHINGTON March Representative William B rjreen ot fowa has mailer Ins resignation as a member of congress to Governor Ham mill carrying three Americans Nogales to to crash in the streets of Tnluca yesler day killing the occupants Tlie vie tims were Sterling Rohlfs lean cattle mini William K King authority nn ing law Douglas AIIK Wallace Sprinffer oattlo man Cimarron N sr wealthy New Mex or from Mrs Ualvin Coolidsre was noted in n bulletin issued shortly before noon by her physician Dr 1 R Tlaves The patient hud a very romfortnblfl it said and sthnws improve Word of the tragedy was sent here by Rlva Pafaclous governor of Tol uca to Alexander W Weddell Amer ican consul seneral The governor said thn nlrplnne piloted by was about foot above the city when l strong gusl of wind caught It The pilot at tempted to make a landing hut the machine went into n nose dive and crashed In a side street near the center of Ihe city Rohlfs Springer killed in stantly King Ins body hrokeu less than an hour after lie had been taken to n hospital What docs i prove whpn one presi dential candidate slays In a state pri mary Ide other one williilrnws and Ihe one whn stays in gets Hie dele nient Ibis Airs Coolidsa came to the Dickin son hospital during ihe forenoon and remained with her molheluntil lunch time They chatted tho greater part of the time and the visit appeared to cheer Mrs preatly as did Ihe three visits yesterday Body of Unknown Man Is Found at Okoboji SPIRIT March Officials today sousht the identity of i man whose body floated to the shore or Kast Oknboji lake yesterday after went out winter etotliinK the an years old weighed to morrow ninnilng hy f i Ueiuher hureau here Temperatiues are not expic vary greatly frnni Ijisl nix Ills mum of rlesrees it Sioux Charles Ciiy and Davenport nnil Srees tt I es Moines Strong winds frmn east nrtrth were Included in ibe nrn while In Ihe southeast portion It was predicted that rain inlBlu roplaro the Know Weather bureau to cstimiite liow much snow would fall and said that a light touch of winter late is not considered un usual i i Iowlp postmaster his inmlly of four and I bis own lift sliootiiiRearly week in all probability owed nt UmB of hl deed Postofflre lllspeetor C M Sins said today Jnspaled the post office Irust winter while he wouH niaKB no comment on alt nation ho said tho procedure when iiortaBes are dlsvovercd Is for postmnster lr make up aeticlt us bondsmen are required to pay lm ncdlatcly Before the Inspector leaves town where suth conditions exist S Meier liiul just been rojteved of hll position as postmaster when he took or his family and himself reviously citizens of thn town hnd 10 the government ot the manner In whirl the mnil was hnndlerl No rlaim of shortaco in his ic cunts has hcen mnde by the 0 Ide tmeiu Fake Rug Salesman Is Given Seven Years in Pen noon after the Ice Wearing henvi man was alwint pounds and was five feet nches tall The body had apparently sonnoTel cen in the water nil whiter I An Inquest was scheduled for nniit and a ehwk was started in nearhv I for the names and ions of missing men Miircll sentence o seven years In Van Madison pciiitenttary was sivtn nan to C H Yarham of DCS con victed of cheating on false Appeal bond of was posted Yiirhnm a ruff alleKed have solicited house wives and asked Were in iffert prumis Iuplls in f ouf ihis woek on account of illness AUNT HEX By Robert Quillcn fin n piuc an no niiin rniiiilni nhi inn imCiiillirul lo Pi SDinn linifs hiin 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