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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 30, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                E cr IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight and prohably Satur day slightly warmer Saturday AND MASON CITY North Iowas Daily Newspiiper Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXV FJVE CENTS PER COPY SSOCIATED PRESS WIRE REPORT FRIDAY MARCH 30 1928 FLYERS BREAK GERMAN ENDURANCE RECORD Fall to Testify Sinclair Once Rejected Teapot Lease 2HOUR SESSION WITH ATTORNEY TIRES INVALID Former Cabinet Member Anxious to Offer Story to Court BULLETIN EL PASO March F Sinclair accepted the lease of ths Teapot Dome nav al oil reserve with reluctance af ter once rejecting associates said Albert B Fall would testify today in giving his deposition to be used in the oil magnates trial In Washington next week on charges ot conspiring to defraud Ihe government Here is your lease Mr Secre tary I am clone with Full was expected to quote Sinclair as say ins EL PASO March Hoping1 to show that Marry F Sin clair personally had nothing to do with tha actual negotiations that led up to the leasing to him of the Tea pot Domenaval oil reserve by Alber B Fall secretary of the interior coun sel for Sinclair today expected to con tinue the examination of the forme cabinet member in the deposition the are taking to be used In Sinclair trial on charges ot conspiring Cerro Gordo Democratic Caucuses Solid for Smith New York Governor Carried All Precincts Heard From in County The Cerro Gordo county democratic convention to be held In the assembly oom of the courthouse Saturday Vpril 7 at 11 oclock in morning ill chooss 12 delegates to the state onvention instructed for GOT Al imith of New York according to the utcomo of caucuses held in most ol he precincts Thursday evening The caucuses in Mason City Clear Lake Rockwell and Dougherty vhero a total of 49 out of a possible 0 delegates to the county convention are chosen selected solid Smith dele gations Smith Got All In most ot tha caucus gatherings no opposition to the New Yorker was registered In oth era it was feebly voiced by minori ties while in one or U S ATTORNEY IS MARKED AS BOMB VICTIM Chicago Federal Officia Warned of Impend ing Blast CHICAGO March threats ot bombings more bullet more pleas for federal protection at th April 10 primary polls peppered po two Instances threatened to i fraud the government who goes on trial the court The permission was granted because Kails illness prevented hiri coming to Washington for trial He was granted an indefinite continuance and a separate trial was ordered for Sin clair Fall Becomes Exhausted Fall axious to get his story before the court underwent two sessions of questioning yesterday The first held in the afternoon was interrupted once because he became so exhausted that his physician H T Safford called a halt and let the former cabinet offi cer rest for 10 minutes In all he Answered questions for two hours and at the session last night he withstood nearly an hour of questioning before the examination was ordered ended by his physician After 30 minutes of the nigbt ses sion Dr Safford ordered a halt It was continued after his paUent t had rested a while but Fall was so ex hausted after 45 minutes examination that Dr Safford said his patient was unable to talk any longer and sent him to bed expecting1 that would he able to resume the Questioning to day The examination of the fi7 year nld Invalid was held in the privacy of his spacious library in tho large tirfck home which overlooks in the tlist nee the Mexican desert south ofthebov der Propped up in a chair in the house that sits high on a hill Fall eagerly answered the questions asked him by Daniel Thew Wright Sinclair counsel It be c o m e substantial enough to he reck ned with in choos delegates In end however New York gov ernor won out in svery precinct hearc from None ot the all rural precincts was GOV AIi SMITHheard from Wheth any of these held caucuses so far this week was nit known by the coun ty central committee headed by W T Murphy Some of the precincts altho Mot ted one imffiolehtdemocrats for the calling of caucus it was stated At any rate the precincts not yet heard from will have no influence on total results Oorro Gordo county will have a solid delegation for Governor Smith at the WRECK OF NEW YORK DCS Moines vnlion on April 20 committecmen Was Their Best Bet The Btrong support given Governor mlth came not only from tha so called personal followers but from others who frankly stated that white not agreeing with allof Mr Smiths views regarded him as the one cratic hope The attendance at the caucuses var ied from three or four to thirty per sons the interest in some quarters waxing high because ot the Smith and antiSmith battle In tha second precinct ot the first ward in Mason City a tie of three votes for Bmith and three antiSmith Stood Tor halt an hour when B sev ntli person came in and voted for mith with the result that the three elegatos were instructed for the New rork governor itics in Chicago today United States District Attorne George B O Johnson an appointee Senator Deneen was warned in a anonymous telephone call that ha been marked for a bomb A rcpo that a political meeting of Clrcu Judge Swanson was to be broken i by bombs spread alarm and then hie up of its own momentum the meetin being held without incident A municipal court bailiff who h been a ward worker for the antiD neen forces beaded by Mayor Thomp son and States Attorney Crowe was shot and seriously wounded by one ot a dozen federal agents who raided a saloon at State street near Sixty seventh Another Found Slain torch o iilers repertoire when a man whose name is believed to have been Mar chese was shot down and then burned after gasoline had been poured over the body A card iii the mans purse carried the name Paul Mnrchese That Is the family name of the widow of Diamond Toe Esposito Deneen worker slain nine days ago From Washington came word that Attorney General Sargent had re PREVIOUS MARK iluv tea ne h aiy Faces Death THAN ONE HOUR REPORT LINDY TO celved the request of United States Marshal Palmer Anderson for author ity to deputiza additional marshals primary election day and that he would study the facts before making a ecision Anderson made public a portion he message sent the attorney gen ral I find strong Indications of a con splracy to prevent honest elections ii large number ot precincts in Chi cago and surrounding h said he GlobeGazette ffers Booklet on Removing Stains Perhaps you do not realize how nany different kinds of stains can iisfigure peoples clothes It is almost impossiblefor any ine to escape having food stains on Nothing at some time or other What would you do if you upset he ink bottle on an expensive table cover spilled medicine on your best suit ruined a gown with paint stains or scorched the newest inen tablecloth All of these tilings happen every day But there Is a remedy for every blemish you may get on your clothing and household linens These are all listed in a 30page booklet with illustrations which this bureau has for distribution Fill out the attached coupon and enclose four cents in stamps for return postage and handling Write your name and address clearly Found LKtle Opposition first precinct ot the first vard there were six votes for Smith altho SO voters were reported to have been present A M Schanke made ew remarks during the caucus In most of the Mason City pr olncts committee members stated no TURN TO PAGE 18 COLUMN 8 Frederic J Huslcln Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information ISurenu Washington D C I enclose herewith 4 cents in stamps for a copy of the hook let OF STAINS Name Street AGED MAN HANGS SELMNJELLAR Phillip Wyer Despondent Over Death of Wife Commits Suicide Despondent because of 111 health and brooding over the losa of his wife who died about a year nso Phillip A Wyer ended his life Thursday nifrht by himself with a clothes lino n the basement of big sons home at 707 Polk avenue southwest lie waul years of age i Wyer hnd been grieving since thfil death of Ills wife and had noted j according to his son J T Wyer ninee returning from a viait with another son in Chicago last Sat urday Thursday evening1 the son and wife left the children in nhrse ot the grandfather about oclock They returned about oclock and found ho Tvas missing1 Inquiry from the children revealed that he had gone o the basement after Ilia body waa found by the son suspended by a clothes line rope looped over n rafter He was dead when cut down Mr Wyer had lived with his son John for about a month He is sur by other snn K T Wyer of ilungu He was a retired farmer I fear that unless strong preven ive measures are tslien trou le may occur nnd that danger of ih ree expression af publiu the election of a federal public office may result A United States senato is to be Wants Special Deputies I recommend that you lve me ai thority to appoint special deputy mi shals Representatives of political fa tlons have come to mo with stori of former conspiracies to prevent fa elections and they said tho situation i today Is even more serinus than in I previous elections where federal public officers have been The slaying Central Press flephotn of wreck of New Torlt hound Ixmg Island rush hour electric train cnrrylnp BIN pessengers at WoaijlflB N In which 15 were injured The rain roared out ot a tunnel ai Woottside leaped the track ona curve and piled up In wreckage at the edco of a on Scaffold Hanging or Life Term to Be Fate of Army Deserter and Murderer TE3 MOINES March I Dewey Doss alias White todny lawalted ft heatins ot which will ba kept secret but which probably wil early next week at which District Frank S Shankland will decide whether to sentence him to hang to serve a life sentence in prison foi the confessed slaying of Ilia Martha Smith of Rising Sun 82 year old farm wife The 17 old army deserter who confessed he shot and killed the aged 1 woman after forcing entry into her home March 6 pleaded guilty to a first degree murder charge yesterday after being told hla plea might make him subject to capital punishment He was heavily guarded from the I time ot his arrival here Wednesday from Potoal until taken back to Hall after arraignment betaiue o threats of violence The lime ot the henriny Id being 1 kept secret because of fear of anothe 1 manifestation County Attorney MisstMlne an nounced that he would seek deal penalty Last night about 250 residents llhe community near the Smith bom rfaldeman Stinson Land Near Jacksonville at OClock JACKSONVILLE BEACH March ut id f O r S SI F r rend s Claim Flyer Will Span Atlantic and Pacific by Boat WASHINGTON March AP The latest reports amoiiR close friends of Colonel Undbergh here havo H that Hie flyer will make a roiindUioworlfl trip in a Ford plane but will 91an tho Atlantic and 1nclHcby boat Some ot his associates in the capital say they have well ground ed information that the trip will ho made this spring ami Ifiat Lindbergh will ho accompanied by Maj Thomas 0Ijinplilor flight roinmamler at Selfridffe field Michigan ST March Co Charles A Lindberghs home towr speculated today on reports that h essay a Client across the Pa cifio ocean to Tokyo Alt ho he ai nounced no plans when he arrive yesterday from th rumor spread that he would try th transPacific hop His close friends however doubted the reports Maj William B Robertson one of Lindberghs hackers and a closel friend when auked if he knew of any plans on tha part ot the flyer to Ht tcmpt the Tokyo flight said he doubt ed it very much said he had no recollection of Will Rogers Ohio March t6wn ot Akron Is responslblo for the most aggravatingInvention that ever was let loosein modern civilization Its spoiled more per fect than rain and bad weather There are people in some part ot the world every minute ot every day just fixing punctures in Akron tires part of em rubber I just took my first trip In one of these blimps Mr Goodyear makes It Ms shaped lllie a gall bladder Makes me think of my operation liirtge Ltndsey ami I went up together and discussed companlonate marriage which was over the heads of most people Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1828 TEACHERS CASE GIVEN TO m attended a maj3 meeting at which th death penalty was demanded for Dos Practically all of them signed a wr ten petition urging that the Klaye not be lat oft with a lite George Haldcman and Eddid Stinson set a new worlds record airplane endurance flight today of 53 hours and 36 minutes and 4i seconds They landed al p eastern standard time fter breaking by an houf IK 14 minutes and 10 nds the German mark madlj ast August The previous mark ished by two German flyers Vug 5 last year was 52 lours 22 nannies and 31 seconds The flyers landed a mile from hey took off and tnxled south 16 pot they left Wednesday morning1 They atill hnd gasollno In tanks ho motor wafl siIU running In bringing hock to America coveted record Sttnson and Haldeman accomplished what had been essayed vainly for months by their brother airmen Adverse weather and engine trouble combined to pel abandonment ot other attempts at the record Including by c 1 fV a it y ot Marchese and the shooting ot William Bcatty the bailiff were not given any direct connection with the troublous political situation created by the conflict between the Deneen am fric lions Lindbergh ever flight to Japan or even so much as contem plating and Major Robertson said he felt convinced it Is not being con sidered Colonel Lindbergh spent the night at the home of Harry H Knight an other barker lie refused to bo inter viewed and kept hla movements secret in line with bis repealed niinnuncis Hint lie wished to retire from public attention WISCONSIN MAN GETS UFE TERM Milwaukee Murderer of Sweetheart Sentenced by Wickham T5AU March Walters 20 who slew hlsi sweetheart Xora Persons 17 here two ago was sentenced to life im prisonment In the stitle penitentiary by Circuit lames 11 WIcUhnin Former Mm Cochran De mands From Members of Board INfHATvOIjA March Tlie slander suit of Mrs Florence Cochran Bradslmw for mer teacher against three mem lieiS of Rroadharn district school hoard was given to a Jury In ills Irlct court here 1NDIANAUDA March AP Whether IXIra Florence Cochvan Brad slmw former teacher ot the Broad horn district school near here Is en titled to will he iut up to a Jury In district court here today Mrs Hradshaws suit against three school hoard members wax brot after she was exonerated by school authori ties of n charge of telling naughty stories to her pupils If was on this allegation that the hoard claims to have acted and In defense of Its action placed six school children on the stand during the trial to relate Ilia alleged racy hits Sirs liradshaw cited her exoneration by school authorities and the finding in court that she was entitled to Iwiek pay frtt period of her suspension proof that she Is entitled to re dress for defamation ot character Arguments wero completed in the caselate yesterday and only instruc tions of Judge VV K Cooper remained to be disposed of before the jurors re ceive It REMUS HIS FREEDOM Confessed Wife Slayer Will Be Freed From Hospital for Insane Mitplelnu Haulier X CITV March tllif T Peler Lamb president of the First Held JOt 1 lying tional hank ot Mnpleton died here to day He had undergone an operation for double in L local hospital and TViia on the road to recovery when influenza set in Our Weather Man The bony will lie In stale Ronucr funeral home until the at tho fuu GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending nt Friday Highest Thursday Ixiwest In nisht At a m Allho tlie sun 38 degrees 2 degrees 25 degree appeared on the oral arrangements for whlrh have nrtt completed made at Macomb III scene spasmodically Thursday i didnt lend a great deal of warmth t Urn occasion The wind remained i northwest and in the niKht Hi mercury wan carried down o the iov Hurial will point reached in five Fr I day dawned clear and rather chilly to Bump Locomotive Off Tracks at Cedar Rapids CEDAR RAPIDS March Andrew Svoboda was in jail ere today charged with driving an litomobile while Intoxicated after a rossingwatchman reported to police lat he hart tried to bowl a mllwaukee witch engino off the track last night he watchman said that Svoboda paid o heed to his warning Altho the utomoblle was badly damaged Svoboda waa unhurt Walters Idlled Miss Peisnns when she refused to make up with him afler a quarrel He pleaded guilts to a first degree murder charge Tuesday In pleading guilty to the charge Walters said he was sane at flip time and tliat the planned a week in advance After shooting Miss Persona Wal ters mado an unsuccessful attonipt tn end his own life LIMA Ohio March George Remus former bootleg leader wife slayer won his fight for free dom from the Lima stale hospital for the criminal Insane today when the third district court of appeals handed down a decision holding him sane The decision was Riven nfler the court hod held under consideration for more thnn three weeks the question of whether Kemua was sane Kemus attorneys lid not call him at the insanity hearing and the state demanded tho reason They were told that was available to them If they wanted him and was summoned Uien for cross examination For threedays he testified as to the most minute details of his life nnMtns nhout words to the record of the hen finer Spring Weather on Way for Bodies of Lowden Slayers Family Are Buried in Milwaukee this side of the Atlantic Salderaari was pilot for Ruth Elder In theirat tempt to span the Atlantic which ended nearly In disaster Tvheti their plane wan forced down at sea It was the second time Stinson hud established n worlds record for en durance flight The first wai made in 1S2L when with Lloyd Bevtaud he re mained aloft for 26 hours 13 mlnutea and 5i seconds their plane gracefully on tho beach about a mile from where they took off for the attempt Stinson HaUleman taxied to the stand where they were greeted by wild acclaim by a preat crowd that hnd linen waiting them on the beach nil morning Their wives and fathers wore nmong the first to dash to their plane Hiul The flyers Iwrcly had time Id stot lite whirling tf the monoplanes pro peller before the spectators broke tlrnl the beach patrol nnd upon them lift s them to their shoulders Until men ivcro liter but they wera happy Inspection of the pasolino tbat five pallonn of fuel remained newspapermen Ihe aviators were taken tn an automobile to a ho tel in facksonvllle 18 rnlles distant Officials of Worth County Seek ReElection March of ficials now serving Worth county of fices ask recloction Ixnilo Moatrom treasurer for tha paat four years S O Void for several terms recorder K Christiansen serving his third tPim clerk of tho district court A K Wetpnelh who nppolnted sheriff in placn of H A GulHckson rcHiRnpri last summer NT Bord now In his first term ns auditor nn S R Torffeson representative wlv first elected two years X new canrtidiite hna yet appeared seek ing office Van Wert Enters Race for State Legislature istirt o I Rcei WAMPTON March K Van Vert Ingham township farmer lias nnonnced his Intention of beins n andldate for member of the lepislaj lire from Franklin county 10 succeed leiko A Mr Van is a member of tbe joard of education ot the iChools and is vice prrsidcnt of Ihe franklin county fair E D Haecker will be a candidate MOIXKK Charles D lined Mirer tor if Ihe pov1 rrnment wen Iher liurojiu lie re today looked into tho fuHiri and fni ernsit reOirn tf spring weather following yeslerd a Htorm The o f fief a I f o reca st for f n i r uenlher tonight Saturday with temperatures slightly warmer tomor row Yesterdays middle western snow m extended over all of Inwa Mr said arcMiratH rneasure ments were not ho ed that 1ho hen snowfall In t he slate ihreft or four inches orrurrocl along tho Mississippi river Tfiniperatures laatnight Ken orally helow iho freezing point Mini num eadlngs were ChAries City 2 i Oogrces Sioux City and Davenport 2ti DCS Molnes 27 Keokuk nnd Du hunno Maivh closing chapter in Ihe tragedy which claimed the lives of Lambert If Meier Lowden postmaster and his family of four Ihni shooting hv Meter wis written ycntenlriy when tinfun German Aviators Scan Western Skies Hoping for Break in Weather BALDONNUf AIRDROME Dub lin March swept Baldmnicl airfield most of tha nielli to i second pOHtponc for txe family were held tho ermrui clicircJi here IplJUie hodiftM of Mrs Mcior and rliree fihlldroii were sent to Milwau kee home of Mrs Meier where another sprvJce will hrt held lo morrow foltoweti hv interment Tim body of Meier was huried in a cemetery Meier killed his wife and three small children ihrri tornna ihft pistnl on himself Sun day following hin removal as post master for reelection to the office of county auditor and Mrs Margaret ftilletle will bo a candidate for county re corder to succeed herself Cylinder Hoy Hurt WHTTJBMORR March Hi months old child of Mr nnrt If Nelson wlio live at neru here wnn painfully injured white pluy in the yard Tho lit Me one SUimbled and fell the si u nip oT a weed eaterinK nnd rut into the honoff of the Oerinan atioss Iho AtLintir be Hun ID morn in p There ivas it 2 to niilo wind when Buron Von 11 u one fold a nd Cant Hermann Koehl appeared before noon and Razed intently nt tho ern sky Muscatine Subscribes 1 as Starter in Campaign for Airport March cam paign is under way lo rulne the of for the out rlglit of tho Ilintcrmelstor farm at the edge of town for the establishment of an airport Already wiili loams working thrnout the oily ias been sub scribed nnd IT is expected that I he required amount will be obtained Tho HintcrmMsUT 1nrui ran lie pur for down payment lui it is hoped to obtain enough fund from Tlie drive ti piy Ilic en lirfl rcjsl of tlio projert H is a 1st hoped to obtain a n addil ion a I tho lonsils nfler whfrh Infection set Mrs Krauso resilience j to provide for the opera Mori of the aiv In jnnd will move here soon Iporl or several years New Speed Record Is Claimed for Italian TOMDOX March Rxchange Telegraph dispatch from Venico aays that Mnj Mario nor nnrcli Dalian aviator established new worldfl speed record this after noon at 318 34 miles an hour Ruys Home In iniftrm March Ror rd I of Plymouth has pi i rub a sort AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen If ils broiul HIM Sallio Inlk uhoul how conin slin cant talk alxivjlj ntiything else   

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