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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 10, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy tonight and Wednes day Warmer tonight AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXV CENT3 PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 10 1928 UNITED PRESS ANP IKTEHNATIONAITNBW SERVICE NO 158 SHOOTING KIDNAPINGS OPEN CHICAGO POLLS IT M I IRFPflRT R ALLOT at ill1 fnj ill JS ally1 hoover Gets 17 More Delegates to Lead Race ilaii m All MANILA R SECRETARY den Expects Illinois Boost His Total Supporters BULLETIN UCATELLO Idaho April 10 movement to indorse ator William E Borah is Ths pVar 9JnK harmon of operation of our indi loubledly played a great part in brj nrosperily now have enjoyed1 Mid jocause it is now pretty Ihoro he responsible for muchof our prc I hat American industry means to pri spirit of harmony and ihnhe it a porii Iuch lwi been its broad benefits as a whole estimation its lien ridiial has liitii almost revolutionary Where tttjl iitdividual ninn was nrganizatian 25 years ago he now sfl the light His employer has a chanc and ivliat lit1 is Arid tlia Individu Iiis ehancu to stand forth and show ills and PROSECUTOR ROBERTS The government is pinning Its faith in Owen J Roberts above Philadelphia lawyer to convict Harry Sinclair of conspiracy in the leasing of Teapot Dome from AlbertB Fall when the hitter was secretary of the interior The seconil trial of thooil man started Monday in Washington That means opportunity It is the gri new idea in industry has brot ubout tlie old mantoman relational And just as employer and worker broader benefits of this new o each has discovered its personal Jtlmploycrs arts now striving not only t irsonal manner tlieir workers in s jvases Imiirs and IthP 1 HTV f Km iwri lOVERS STAND FARM RELIE iTAGKED AGAIN ROBERTSCLAIMS INCLAIR GAVE ALL ense Maintains Liberty Bond Transactions Were Legitimate WASHINGTON April Government charges that Harry Sinclair had paid Albert B Fall a otal of as bribes for oil ases and the assertion that the de fense would show this money was aid in legitimate business deals tp ay were laid before the i jury trylris Sinclair by opposing counsel in the aso The trial got underway today with Owen J Roberts for the gov ernment painting a black picture of conspiracy between Sinclair and Fall and with a prolonged defense of the oil operator and the former secretary of the interior by Daniel Thew Wright of the Sinclair legal staff Roberts said the in four payments to Fall wero made under circumstances of secrecy and suspi which the jury would be un able to Ignore Would Take Blame From Fall Wright drew a picture which took from Fail the responsibility for In itiating the oil leases declaring the possibility of drainage the question of national defense and other things had troubled Secretary Denby of the navy and his staff and had ultimately K K K TERRORS TOLD ninCDC KlutKa ORGANIZED TO SLAY AND BURN Is it Spring Witness Tells of Orders to Take Man Out and Murder Him Will Rogers COLUMBUS Ohio April Flew 360 miles from Louisville over hero with Cardinal Pilot Gast We got head wind made It in one hour and 45 minutes Takes all day on a train Say If you clubs atop eatingand singing tonga long enough to get you some paint a brush go out and put the name of your town on the biggest roofed building In the city It would a tremendous aid to aviators Lots ol towns cannot afford an airport but any of you can do this You KlwanlB ot Rotary could do It some day and not miss over half your speech Pray for any of your tn Chicago tonight Tours WILD ROGERS Copyright Tulle about the beautiful snow in Omaha and police reserves will be needed for a spring isolated the city Above is a scene of crashed poles shutting oil electric lights and worse crated by motors oil furnaces op Sheriff Returns Boots Reynolds to County Jail BULLETIN PITTSBURGH April lie witnessed the burning alive of seven or eight men by Ku Klux Kiansmen in Texas was the testimony given In federal court here this afternoon by Clarence W Ludlow who was called as a witness in the Klan injunction suits PITTSBURGH April 1 A sensational story of tlie organi zation of a band of night riders by the Ku Klux Klin to conduct a reign ot terror In Ohio was told on tho witness stand In federal court here to day by J R Ramsey of Dayton who described himself as iVtorow mem ber ot the riders V1 Called as a Junction suits riders were churches and to carry and He said the GERMAN SINGER GIVES ESTATE TO VETS fattiude to agricultuie was the target today for another attack by a group of farm i fell trail threeniora iois and wre to kno iw they stood at leust lifusiaiiy for nominees at Kanwis City and Houston 1oovtr now ahead in Ibe isice for p toIay coiiKl lay ilaim to IIT more convention delegates as a re lnlt oC party conventions anil other i yesterday lloiivciGets Illuxla Island It bdo Islands state meeting rcc ended the commerce secretary to it i r delegates the territorial con of Hawaii instructed Its two and reports from Manila in tiMii ited the two Philippine delosaies son as tininptructcd last Fclniiary favored Hoover in event Pves i Uoolidge was nof drafted riith leiKling In the democratic f r delegates apparently was the otheiof the dozen or more pus tnal aspirants to plcic up support The Utah state convention cied IB Houston delegates each i a half vote without expressing altho backers of the Xew governor claimed all eight votes be for their vhs action waa regarded as an however as Smiths supporters 1 counted on a straight out in delegation there MtrAdoo Lauds Walsh Monday political develop its brot a lengthy tribute to 1TRN TO PAGE n COLUMN The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Weight Control your weight correct The agra weight for your age and can be founj in the table alned In the booklet on Weight which our Washington in bureau offers for dlstri it also contains a set of exercises LUT ieducing lists the caloric value ot numerous common foods a for increasing or jciH cing weight and contains nurii other valuable information tiie subject of weight control will be sent to you upon of 6 cents in coin or and cover cost and return Tho fac Frederic J Haakin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette A Bureau Wnshlnetoii U C I enclose herewith 6 ccnls in ruin or stamps for a copy of tho Ixwltlct WEIGHT CONTROL tily a misleading to represent eaclers who contended effort was being made he conimeice secretary as a friend of lie rnrnier TheAmerican farmer suffered Leo nucli at the hands of Herbert Hoo said L statement bearing the lames of six farmers represenia ivrcs to view with complacency the effort to makehim appear as a far ncrs friend The statement appearing the oijiu of a pamphlet headed Report of Fanners Committee on the Farm Jecord of Herbert carried ho names of the following Wcllcr Heads Signers Charles s Well or chairman of the South Dakota agricultural committee J H Klnible legislative agent Far mers National congress Robert M Crowder president South Dakota Fami Bureau C E Huff president Kansas Farmers union Ralph Sny der president Kansas Farm Rureau and Mrs W B Doak vice chairman Federated Farm Women of America This statement is presented In the interest of no the pam phlet said This discussion Hoover is entirely impersonal It is a statement made necessary by misleading propaganda to set forth tho understanding and attitude of the farmers generally on Mr Hoo candidates so that he may not bo foisted into the nomination on any ground except the correct one as far farmers are concerned Assails Record as Food Dictator Farmers generally feel and believe that during the entire life oC our na tion that no man had greater oppor tunity lo serve yet did so much to contribute hardship distress and near ruin to the men women and children of the farms who never shirked in their duty of providing necessities or The statement assailed the course nilsued by Mr Hoover as wartime Jood administrator and declared that his nomination should be made as tho candidate ot the chambers of ommerce and big business men and not as the candidate of the farm or ganizations and tho long suffering tillers of the It also called for clear cut expression on farm relief from the commerce secretary chronological exposition of what government expected to prove tho In sisted that this transaction was mado in a manner wholly inconsistent with good faith or with ordinary business dealings No Memorandum Made He said no written memorandum was made the bonds were to Washington by Sinclair in his private car ami that the ostensible purpose of the delivery was an alleged busi ness transaction which had no basis in fact On the other hand Wright said J TV Zevely Sinclairs lawyer at the time knowing ot Sinclairs ambition Mexico ranch tolff Fall Sinclair was in earnest In wanting to make such a deal Everhart and Fall said the attorney that if anyone wanted a third interest in the rancli it would cost them Banker Telia of Deposit Justice Jennings Bailey who has speeded up the case did not recess the court for luncheon when argu ments were completed but started the testimony with B H Qulgley of the Interior department testifyingas the first witness on Falls tenure In the cabinet L T Rule assistant cashier ot the nrst National bank of Pueblo testi fied may 29 1022 Everhart delivered In per cent Lib erty bonds to the bank These were deposited to tho credit of Fall and later sent to him at El Paso President Says Nothing Has Been Done to Remedy His Fee Objection WASHINGTON April All perishable commodities fruits nnd vegetables particularly would be excluded from provisions of the pending McNaryHaugen farm bill under on amendment accepted today by the senate without a rec ord vote WASHINGTON April dent Coolldge believes that nothing has occurred to make the equaliza to have an Interest in the Fall New tion fee of the MoNaryHaugen farm dayT game OL F A Boo f Reynolds JumpingIn and out LaCrosse Sheriff Cress gained the king turned his prisoner to the Cerrd county jail Tuesday afternoon cJKK Boots waa alternately confL nnd released from tho La Crosse Jail three times OB he won habeas corpus iiearlngs and was promptly rearresteo on new charges filed by the local sheriff Boots Wins First Tilt relief bill conform to his ideas of con stitutionality In tho presidents judgement the bill as now drafted contains a large number of provisions he found neces sary to criticise In his veto but chief among theseIs the equalization fee Mr Coolldge however Is very anxi ous that congress take some kind of posltlva action for the relief of tho farmer along lines which he has con sistently maintained in his messages to congress and In public addresses Members of tho republican national committee are very much In need of something that will remove grease Tribune Navy Secretary Inspects Lakes Training Station CHICAGO April D Wilbur secretary of tho navy ar rived here today from Boone where he spoke last night to Inspect the Great Lakes Naval Training sta tion before leaving for Washington later in the day He expressed consid erable interest in the primary elec tion Ialimcr Couple Has aby April and Kfrs Tfarry Muhlcnhruck announce tho birth of a baby sirl Mra Huh lonbnch and baby are being cared for at the home of Mrs Mnhlenhrucks mother Mrs Henry Ilngga of Latt mcr Our Weather Man GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock a m Tuesday Highest Monday 38 Degrees Lowest in Niglit 30 Degrees At A M 35 Degrees With the wind back in the south west the sun shining brightly and tho temperature ascending well above the freezing point all was well with tho world Tuesday morning That well overhead Underfoot tho snow was vanishing rapidly and in its placo was mud black sticky mud The sud den disappearance of the fi inch cover Ing of snow which was in evidence Saturday demonstrated how quickly snow can depart when tlin frost is out of the ground oven tho tlie tompera luros mny not be much in excess of 32 degrees MOTHER AND 3 CHILDREN BURNED Three Others Are Fatally Injured When House Is Destroyed CHICAGO April mo ther and her three children wero burned to death tho husband and father and grandmother probably fa tally burned when a firedestroyed their home on the northwest side early today The dead are Mrs Elizabeth Whit tiger 22 and her children Margaret 18 months Warren two nnd a halt years and William three and a half years Tho father Leslie Whittiger was taken to a hospital blinded by the flames as waa the childrens grand mother The first petition fora writ of habeas corpus was granted tho boast ful bootlegger when the district court judge at La Crosse ruled the grand larceny warrant held by Sheriff Cress Lo be invalid Boots was released from Jail Cress countered by pres enting another warrant charging him as a fugitive from justice in tha state of Wisconsin In tho meanwhile two of Reynolds attorneys from La Crosse wero In Mason Cly investigat ing tile validity of the charges Again Boots was released on an bond and Cress continued tho legal checker game by having him li carcerated again as n federal fugitive from Justice Extradition papers were received from Iowa Monday morning and Governor Zimmerman granted tho requisition before noon of the same day Last Leg on Train The sheriff and his charge started for Mason City at 5 oclock Tuesday morning but wero forced to abandon tho car and takethe train at Roches ter whero the snow drlCts vero as high as the according to he sheriff Reynolds was placed In solitary con incmcnt in the county Jail whero he still has all but one month and ninfc lays of his year and 300 days sentence o serve Ho had enjoyed Just 30 days reedora when picked up by tho Wis consinauthorities According to the sheriff Boots characteristic propcn sity for braggadocio has departed Sellairo and went out to the off ho was taken to BiliTthat Bronson refused to rn aiffd brot him back alive A Barrickman a defendant tV of the suits and counsel for vo ousted Klansmen who seek a celvership for the klan In this state sked Ramsey If he had any know dgo If Imperial Wizard Hiram vans sending a carload of to Mexico to stir up trouble vcen tho Uulted States and thai untry Tho question was ruled out i an objection by John II Con aughton Klan attorney Gotham Boxing Fathers Will Tunney Bout NEW YORK April New York Stato Athletic commission today announced it would approve the Gene TunneyTom Heeney heavy weight title match as soon aa the contracts of tho two fighters had been placed before it by Tex Rickard N S Cliurcli Has Special Service MORA SPRINGS April Raster services wero held f E church with Easter nviisio and Enster sermon both ritornlng and nlns Two Southern Bankers Held for Embezzlement GRETNA April Union Trust and Savings bank her announced it had closed because o a shortage having developed In thi accounts of Joseph W Stlnson pros Went and Godfrey Owen assistan Stlnson and Owen were arrested charged specifically with embezzle ment of J S Brock state bank examiner who took over the bank announce negotiationswill bo opened with view of protecting depositors He Owens had confessed to taking Tho bank is capitalized at an bos deposits ot moio than Thornton Girls in Session THORNTON April 1 Klrls club met Saturday afternoon t ho homo of Miss Chrlslalle Tulil wit Mis Alma Huff nK assistant hostept Tho aflcrnooii was spent In sewli and learning decorativo slllchcs SchumannHeink Wants to Help Families of Her Boys MINNEAPOLIS April Ernestine Schumann1 Heink the singer was happy today bieatise SchumannHeink the mother a sacrifice for her gave away her estate at Gross Mont near San Diego gave It to thi boys disabli Veterans ot World i neo Aheijoglcal k REPORT BALLOT BOX STUFFING HAFFA MISSING Deneen Worker Is Beaten and Tossed Out of Automobile BULLETIN CHICAGO April John 8 Kusch chief clerk of election board estimated that rotes had been cast In Chi cago up until 1 oclock today and on bis estimate said that the vote In Chfcairo alone when the poHs close at 5 oclock will be between and by far the largest ballot ever tumed in for a primary campaign April 10 V section at todays statewide pri mary started oft a rush to ths polls under a benevolent blue slcyand a fussilade reports of violence whlcn promised records Only the hejivji votinp continued however once citys most elaborata plan a for keep Ins an election clean began to func tion and at noon the primary had coma remarkably peaceful consider ing the Issues at stake The box score hour stood Slain none ROMISE LANDS YOUTH IN JAIL oy Hurries to Get Girl Home by 10 but Breaks Speed Laws CEDAR RAPIDS April Cooping Ills promise to the father or young woman not only landed Ciar nce Ilolander in a police cell here ut will return him to tho Jefferson Ity state prison from which c admitted escaping last May Colander on March 21 had prom sed tho girls father that he would ee that she waa at home by 10 p m n order to keep his promise it WHS ccessary for him to break the speed aws He escaped after being chased everat blocks but surrendered the ext day and was held for the grand ury His Identity was learned today when inger prints were returned from Vashlnsrton Bolander admitted that 10 escaped from the Missouri prison a Negro convict had threatened o kill him for throwing dead snakes n his face Missouri officials are expected hero omorrow to return Holander lo Tef crson City to complete eight months a two year sentence for burglary Ti tt leea i to Mayor at a In her al dis i of the eoun wo sons who on Ihe jd the other on the America You honored me by calling mo she said You honored me by honoring my boy who died on a submarine Hs may hava killed some American boys but he couldnt help that It was war But you honored him and I love you That is why I give you Gross Mont I am a mother who learned to understand The dinner and tho announcement over tho boys played Taps for Mother Schumanns two sons who lost their HVCB in the war Prove Falsfl squads of ted from the office foljr 3roperty Custodian Must Serve Sentence Supreme Court Rule NEW YORK April Thomas W Miller former alien prop erty custodian today had but a days of liberty ahead of him before h must start serving an 18 months sen lenco in Atlanta penitentiary He was convicted on charges of con spiring to defraud the government his honest nnd unbiased services returning In properly the American Melal company seize during the war to a Swisa corpon tlon Ji irevent investigators ectives and city troajf mlng confused in their investlga ons each man was given a small button for his coat lapel Red buttons wont to investigators and private detectives and blue to city detectives Aristotle M Colllas Lowden conven tion candidate and chairman of the GreekAmerican division of the Deneen RESULTS BY AIR The primary election results m Cliicago will bo broadcast at var ious intervals thru WEOH auil WJJD from 4 oclock Tuesday af ternoon until after midnight Elec tion bulletins will have right of way over all other programs at these stations OWAN OPPOSES PLAN FOR DRAFT rookhart Criticizes John sonCapper Bill in Letter to Auxiliary Head DES April osltion to tho JohnsonCapper unl ersal draft bill on tho ground that I is a government guarantee of war Is expressed by Senator mlth w Broolthart republican of owa In a letter he has addressed to Irs Virginia Bedel ot Spirit ead of tho state American uxlllary Thcrs is no provision In the bill for rafting capital and Industry for war n the same terms as men he said ddlns Instead capital and com iiodily prices aro to be stabilized thlch means n government guarantee f war The measure tho senator said is v tremendous and In ducement for the big industrial class again to put us into war whenever a depression conies Ho declared he would support a measurewhich would put tho draft ng of men and capital on the same evel faction was kidnaped and beaton and a man acllngr as his bodyguard waa severely injured by ntwen men who seized them as they left Collias home Collins was forced Into an automobile and driven away Policemen were sent to a near north sido ward upon receipt of a report that an automobile full of men were menacing voters with a machine gun Report Uenceii Workers Seized Early estimates wero that approx imately of tho regjs tcrel votes would bo cast by the republicans That the official reports might not fully reflect the situation was seen in unofficial reports that the police were adzing workers of the Deneen faction and jailing them without charges being placed That alt might not be ffoinpr as well aa externally indicated was seen In the request of Harry Asli assistant state attorney general that lie be taken on a tour of polling places There is plenty of said but refused to amplify his re mark TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMNS Wright County Pastors Hold Belmond Meeting BELMOND April Meth odist ministers of Wrlsht County held their monthly conference at the home of the Rev J T Snyder pastor of the local M K church Monday The ministers nnd their wives fur n limed nil tho food for the dinner The conference was held merely as a social gettogelhor The next meellnjf will be May 7 it tho home of Rev CorwlnTaylor of AUNT HET By Robert Quillen There aint no woman except the newmarried ones that loves her hus band enough to want him hangin around the house all   

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