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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 29, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Cloudy tonight and mostly fair Frl day continued cold AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV ElVg CENTS ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home NEW ATTEMPT TO TAKE LIFE OF JUDGE SEEN Marshal Wants Right to Deputize 506Federal Officers CHICAGO March I r United States government today was I asked to guardChicago polls April 10 when voters mark their answer to a turbulent bombstudded primary election campajgn V Palmer Anderson U S marshal I has forwardejj to Washington a rec Ipmmendation that he be authorized to Tiise 500 deputy marshals in Chicago that day Ths additional officers lyould have to be specfally deputized Bnd Anderson asked that he given that luthority TThe bid for federal action was gen ially construed as a reply from the Vnator Deneen faction of the repub 14 n party to the bombing of the sen iors home and that of Circuit Judge Wanson Monday hich they have blamed on followers J the Mayor ThompsonStates Attor jy Crowe wing OIL SCANDALS ARE TRACED TO WILSONS RULE Robinson Claims Lane Was First to Think of Lease Idea WASHINGTON March Again bringing the oil scandals to the t0day Senator Robinson epublican Indiana declared that tha conspiracy to get control of the nav I oil reserves was not formed in Chi during1 the republfcan convpntinn the clty of duringthe democratic administration of President Crowe Denies BesponslbUitr The latter group has been equally iistent that Deneen followers them Ivcs tossed the bombs to arouse in resf In the Deneen slate frhreat of a second attempt upon ndge was made by Beghonn to the Swanson home last Wreplledi 1 fe the voice said the fellow who bombed your days ago Tell the judge the next time we will do a better Others Are Threatened Udgo Swanson who Is the Deneen lJidate for nomination as states at ley against tho incumbent Robert Crowe said Jie was genuinely con lied pver the threat which he re ied to Police Commissioner Hughes Rate Senator Herman Haenisch Wn candidate for fortyslith ward mitteeman was another who was atenefl Anonymous letter said his would be bombed and one of his Iren Haenisch announced night that he has taken his three ren from school and sent them t the city until the primaries are tectives theory that ics probably were not directly ected with tiro DeneenSwnnson jings Rather they said alcohol rs who blame Senator Deneen for ounced activity of federal prohi agents during tho past several hs may have hurled tho bombs np revenge Vill Order Grand Jury Probe a same motive Is held for the un dslaying a week ago of the en ward leader Diamond Joo silo who fell near his home with hotgun slugs In his body ates Attorney Crowo said he press a grand jury investlga as soon ns the foundation of his was completed I am not going low any horns In my Jnvestlga he said Arthur H Vanrtenberg Grand Rapids publisher has been considered as a possible successor to the late Senator Woodbridgo lit from MichIBan Altho only 44 he has been one of the most prominent republicans of the Wolverine state for some time FUREMPLOYE IS SOUGHT FOR HIP I nree members of Family officials of that admlnistra on and aided and abetted by still oth er democrats of high standing record shows that the whole sale influencing of federal officials in cluding cabinet officers and their Im portant assistants by private oil in teresta was in full Ibloom under the Wilson administration and that the exhaustion of the nations and the navy 3 supply of on was alrcady well under to democratic acts oC both legislation and administration Attacks Josephus Daniels Reviewing what he described a some of the salient facts regarding o leases Robinson first centered his a tack on Josephus Daniels naval se retary in the Wilson cabinet He claimed it was known tha when the oil scandals first brok Secretary Daniels along with other of Wilson cabinet wer Issuing complicity ih House of Senator Will Rogers CLEVELAND Ohio March Seven times Cleveland has voted down bonds to rebuild a Jail that was built In 1866 In company to day with everyprominent minister in tho city Catholic Jewish pro testant and Baptist we went thru the Jail Honest It would be a disgrace to serve a tenh in It It will have to be built by outside subscriptions from humanitarian cities like Akron Hamilton Columbus Cin cinnati Oberlln and Detroit I think it and Borahs fresh air fund to cauterize the republicans are the two outstanding charities of the hour Tours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1028 POLK SHERIFF DEFIES CROWD TO TAKE DOSS Ortho and Lester Smith Board Train to Get Murderer DBS MOINES March Ueputy Sheriffs d tear iood guard today over Dewey lws conrossed slayer of Mnf Martlia Smith 82 year old ffjl nwrti WVe of Khlnr They Were determined to nre vent any repetition of Found Murdered in Their Home NEWARK N March A disgruntled former employe of Frank Warren was sought by police today as the slayer of Warren his wife Edith and their son Jack whose bodies were found In their fire swept home 01 iiiff Joiui L Newman and Dis Attorney Wilclred T Purchase refused to disclose the identity of thl nan sought but they asked coopera tion of police in Rochester and r xmudmg counties The hunted man All three victims were shot with a 22 calibre revolver 0 Varren his wife were too badly to tnako an aiitopsv the the boy who In a room at a distance from an lenam the oil reserves of the United States The Indianar said that no soone had President Wilson approved th leasing act of Feb 25 1920 than Dan lels suggested to congress that th law be amended so as to give him ab solute power to be used in his discrf tlon over all the naval oil reserve existing then or which should be ere ated Claim Called for No JTo one cajl clajm tha thfs sttion was in the interest ot conserv ins the oil that was in the Robinson shouted No sooner wag the amendment which he wrote and which the demo cratic senators in this body support ea operative than ho began to per mit the navys oil to be taken out of the reserves by private oil corpora tions He did this without advertising for or permitting competitive bids He did it merely by holding private con ferences with representatives of pri vate corporations Just as the thoro discredited Secretary lialj did later and giving them leases In the oil re The authorities were certain that 2CHICAGOANSDIE 4 CHICAGO March young printer slain and a tailor was fatally wounded In two separate ie GlobeGazette fers a Booklet amoving Stains iake your clothes last longer p can be accomplished by re jlng thespots and stains as ji as they appear ot water takes out fruit stains if you use it on a milk or egg n It drives it In and makes horse Soap on the other hand fa out grease spots and makes t stains worse here is a remedy for every stain Men the scorched spots on cotton linen our Washington bureau for the booklet that tells how remove 88 different kinds of fins Enclose t cents In stamps over return postage and hand charge reiJeric J Hasldn Director lie Mason City GlobeGazette i formation Bureau ash In p ton D C I enclose herewith 4 cenk jn imps for a copy of booklet OF STAINS Jn neither case did nutry establish a motive Both crimes were deliberate The printer jasper Montalbano was Just stepping from his automobile in front meSn who we nSht W16n ililne gun at close range An hour later two men approached Joseph Sakalnuska a tailor and askea thCm dont sell he died told police he replied where upon the men opened fire with revolv r Beau Brummel Carrying Fine Arrives for Stay at Sing Sin OSSINING N T March A Beau Brummel has arrived to b a guest of Sing Sing for 10 years c so Robert Whitman aliag ljO convicted of swindlhi women brot him eight bundle of clothing Including silk undcrwea and pajamas He a new blac derby a nifty top coat a blue stripe suit with a blue ailk handkerchle peeping from a highly po iahed tan shoes and brown silk socks LORIDA FLYERS STILL IN AIR HaldemanStinson Pass First 24 Hours on Way to En durance Record r 1 doWh aOJSila stretch unassalled by of any sort Eddie Stlnson and George Haldeman today contin ued to thrust their monoplane toward ajiew worlds endurance flight rec At eastern standard time this morning the 24hour mark was passed Sa Hoars Is Goal Since yesterday morning the wo Pilots havo each other at the controls of the big StlnsonDe plane driving it thru perfect weatlier toward their estimated goal f 6 hour in the aira sustafned Sht which would more than shat mv lield in Germany ittytwo hours and 23 minutes is 10 present mark but It must bo ex ceded by at least an hour to be of clally supplanted Pilots and mechanics who went esterday to fly alongeide the HaUle mnbtinson plane and observe Its av or stated that it seemed In perfect the wa3 IOWAN ARRAIGNED AND FINED ALL IN TELEPHONE SESSION CEDAR RAPIDS March 29 the latest in court procedure Harry Newlln Viola 20 miles from here learned he had been charged with paying full price toe eeBf He called Justice csco J B TrtLvIs wttfi charge by long distance Within a few minutes Newlln had been arraigned had pleaded guilty to the charge and had been fined toll charges extra Newlin told Justice Travis the fine would be mailed Get Plenty to Eat Notes dropped by the pilots these observations and con last Princess Husband Is Ordered From Belgium BRUSSELS Belgium March 29 h 6K exander youthful husband of Process bergLippe sister of the former kaiser has once again been told to move on He has been living In Belgium since he was ordered out of Germany after n ji refugee has Our Weather Man a series of dispatches The young Russian ifflclnlly Informed thnt HCJ11 Objects to rttrnr th govern in Bel Mum urn and that he will have to leave ho country by April 4 lt UlobeGazette weather figures for ending at oclock a m Thursday Wednesday a he re lt he mains he will be subject to ejection It Ijas developed that ut J I ad L rl nml ad no right to enter the country Subkoff with Whether or not March was Iamb like in entry tho prospects were real Thursday morning that Its closing hours would havo some of the dis agreeable characteristics of the lion Wednesday nnd Wednesday niRht Tlmrsdiiy morn Ing the sun was occurred by clouds the temperature just a row rie benenlh the freezing point The Inch Inyer of snow wns of heavy and wet variety about right for in snowballs Four wholefried chickens were ken aloft by the pair to provide nn de rcsistancc for meals in the r Other edibles Included six lemons oranges a dozen sandwiches for casual munching and a thermos bottle of soup coffee water and three aiiarts of milk were the portable ra Bremen Still Waiting for Clearing Sky German Flyers Forced to Hope for Break by Friday Morning March Sermans eager to be the first to fly the Atlantic from east to west today settled down to wait for favorable weather Disappointing reports of At antlc weather again delayed the start M the Junkers monoplane Bremen un tomorrow morning at the earliest Ho machine stood at Baldonnel air drome completely ready to take oft on the shortest notice The flyers de spllo their eagerness have not weak ened on their decision to wait until WESTERN MEN GETBIG GAINS Authorities Doubt Storias of Excessive Stock Winnings Marcl1 29 los tlorj Of lhe ast some doubts today The New York Times said StOHCS afe true BS wi losse but most of them with the of weeks aroused few too FALL IS READY TO TELL STORY OFOILJEASES Physician Will Attend First Questioning of Former Cabinet Minister EL PASO March In conformity to his offer to tell all he knows about the leasing of the Wyoming naval oil reserve Albert B Fall today opened his horns here to attorneys of defense and government ted infa SnelHng ret the yman from from the him from P q CounT Attorney C a Bllssildlne to ask for tho death penalty In Doss decided to fight his CaV DBS MOJNE3 avcd from an na of the is had confessed Dewey DoV Dewey White was lodge counBelsvIiithe ady case ccmaplr riggs Buchanan a the stock exchange since 16 that ore exaggeratei quoted lres had been made in the west during die record breaking trading Wosierners Ufe Winners Many operators ITVO peraors avo not madB money In the present aid Mr be cause it was beyond their Ideas that any market could go so far Men like and nurant are still active but othms like Llvermoro havc prel erred to got out The westerners on he other Imnd came in early and oda up with Among the biggest winners and the afest ones too are the members of exrhange The Individual houses d0n8 mucl1 business commissions of tha hip deal ho ers are One big house is credited with Jiand ng shares In one day altho t refused CONFESSED AUTO THIEF SENTENCED Jackson Man Given Five Years by Fair mont Judge FAIRMONT March iarance Thomas who worked around aocson for the past several years as started off for the Minnesota aie prison at Stlllwater late Tuesday fter being sentenced to five years y Judge Haycraft on a charge of rat degree larceny Last October Thomas bought a suit f clothes at Jackson with a no mda check then stole an automo Ie and proceeded to make Ma get vuy In a spectacular way Ho was located In Kansas nnd brol ick hero for trtal and pleaded guilty the charge Thompson Delegates at Wmnebago S S Convention THOMPSON March E If rlws K 15 Aivey laylor motored to Buffalo Cen Mcdnesday whore o Wlnnebaso county Sunday school iwcntion Tho above named fletcd rteiegatfls to the convention repre ntlng tha Thompson M E church wa unt they believe tho hop to New Vork can no made with every rcasonngle chance ot success and they reconciled them selves to a new test ot their patience Ihe wings ot the plane were 6ilcd to prevent Ice forming when the fly ers reach the area of fogs and mists or rain and cold They con sider this their greatest enemy nnd o avoitl this they may head direct for New York If necessary turning soul whenever cold winds or rain are en ountered o to either confirm true commissions s somewhere between 12t 000 Pronounced by physicians as too 111 to travel the former secretary of the Interior made known his willingness t spend several days it necessary t complete a deposition for use whe Harry P Sinclair his codefendant on charges of crminal conspiracy is ar ranged separately at Washington Use Depends on Trial Rnnlcl Tliew Wright Washington and Reginald W Ragand of counse for Sinclair announced on their ar here that use of the deposition vlll bo governed entirely by develop ments at the Sinclair trial They ex plained that should tho defenso deem ending of the deposition unnecessary he contents would not bo made public Atlee Pomerene former United fates senator from Ohio who will epresent the government here an ounced that regularcourt procedure vouM be followed After defense at orneya question F ere will conduct 1 he was arrested Sunday night At Runnells a group of men led by Orlho and Lester Smith the cwber n car whero Doss was guarded as guarded 8 Ptadley County AUorney MisBlldlno and threo deputies and demanded tho prisoner The men were fW that met the crowd o train here and that fol tfo tlon Fall Senator Pom the cross examina VANDERBILTS PLANEBURNED Luxurious Flying Boat De stroyed With Other Ships in Storage PORT WASHINGTON N T March Vanderbllfs luxuri us flying boat valued at destroyed in a firo which swept he VandcrblJt hangar and the ouse of the Purdy Boat Corporation ato last night More than a dozen speed boats be mging to wealthy persons and stored or the winter In the Purdy boat ouse also were destroyed The total 33 was estimated at The fire for a time threatened much Ucr front property along 1s ntl sound Tho VancloMIt flying horlt vns a onoplane of Pokker ieMSn mndc last PHI for to Xcw York capable of cruising on the r nnd in air at a speed of 115 miles n hour with six persona on board lowest the highest The divergence in these hy 19 varying On 100 sharps or slock tho conmifs slons vary from to according to Its selling price Would Umlt Trading With the active tradersduring the ast row big rtnys estimated at 700 their average commissions bo around on n share market Some harrassed traders lookin for relfef from tho strain of the over whelming markets have started a movement to limit trading on the ex change to five days This followed failure of the board of governors to take action on a petition for a threeday starting CSood MI Tere ls atin 1 nllity however that action will be taken on the petition a special meet ing having been called for next Wed Testimony will bo taken by w B Bull court reporter of the fortyfirst federal district court here Whlla Fall has declined to comment on the specific details of tho testi monyhe has offered to give he has steadfastly contended that the leases were executed for tho best Interest of tno government Doctor In Attendance Dr IT T SB f ford who has attended all foi several years will present at the start of tho deposition Ife said thnt while patient nppar be ablo to readily furnish the testimony dcpircd tlon would be Ink from exertion Dr every preonu to protcit Safford sairl him this possibly would necessitate comparatively brief Cessions only those Immediately connected with the several I be present The deposition oc ring wan schcd Wtlfl BCilCu to open nt 2 p shortly nfter Senator Pomerene was due to arrive rVnpii t Yi A i i y t from the cnsL Young Woman Slain in Chicago Is Identified CHICAGO March B Marks of Davenport who was found in a hotel her skull crushed nst Friday wns Identified Wednesday night After hundreds had ailed in tho attempt a pro fern tonal bondsman identified her Lillian Wolf No trace has been found of her layer Cancer Is Fatal to Mrs Thoresen Osase OSACR March Kli Thor sen died Tuesday afternoon from anccr IenvlnB a husband nnd rive The funeral was held Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock atthe Jsago Lutheran church the Kev P T Solemn In charge Lindbergh Drops in on Kentucky Next Destination Unknown March Where does ho go from here Unanswered In other cities where Charta A Lindbergh private citizen rVmi TnCi lueslion remained unanswered here today Tin onl ra IS Snow Flurries to Continue for Brief Period Reed Forecasts DIDS MOINES March March seeking lionlike quaUtlee a tho end of the month nears covered most of Iowa with snow flur ties typical ot midwinter Minimum temperatures lost nicht were below freezing in all parts ot the state niwl probably will be repeated or HI Bovurnment weath or bureau hero predicted Altlm meteorologists said that snow covered most of the state and continue In flurries during the n i to fnlr weather la ex nor was re ortcd to bo generally light and to ave melted as it reached tho ground Minimum temperatures officially 1 ccorcjcd lor Ittst Jlltrlit war i City and Duhunue 26 degreesDnt City and 2I local KCOkuk MTh ray of information to brenk the cloud of mystery that has concealed the movements of tho fnm ous flying colonel nowadays wa a s atement that he would head word when he takea to wing again to His arrival here yesterday was un announced and Hs for parts known enjoyed hern In the Initiating a new era In nvlntion by m iivmiion ijo spanning the Atlantic from New York to Paris m a single hop AUNT HEX Dy Robert Guillen rucKon n woman dont never ffct loo fn fo whih liandsnnif fuller lick up an ole MOP he way the joes in the   

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