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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                j T IOWA WEATHER Cloudy ana somewhat unsettled to night and Thursday probably show ers in eastern part somewhat colder In western portion tonight AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited Tor the Home ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT IOWA WEDNESDAY UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIOXAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 159 SMITH BEATEN P I i FARM BILL Executive Urges Adop tion of Bond Issue in Announcement DES MOINES April ernor Ilammill today formally an nounced his third term candidacy for the republican nomination as gover nor ot Iowa His announcement was accompanied by a statement of plat form in which he indorsed and urged approval of tho people in refereiuUmi next November of a state bond issue to complete theprimary road system in six years Only tore planks are set up In the governors platform One was in support the McNary Haugen bill the second rapped un banking legislation as proposed in bank guaranty bills and recom mended the adoption in Iowa of a mutual banking examination system similar to one devised by the Chicago Clearing House association Kond Bond Third Plunk The third planlc covering more tlmn onehalf of the text of the statement concerned the road bond issue Governor Ilammill in his platform Smake no apology for his stand onthe oad question more than three years ago whenhe rtfjjpmmended to the leg Whether my position was well taken is ot less importance than Uie significant fact that 5L out of SO conslies have emphatically registered t desire to proceed faster than the current revenues would permit the governor declared Backs Calling Special Session l Changes in conditions governing modes of transportation and govern ing the habits and customs of the peo ple have been rapid We must rec ognize these changes and we must deal with them wisely and economi cally In deference to the expressed de sire and the signed request of a ma jority oC both houses I convened the legislature in special session The leg islature met not to vote a tiond issue but to submit to the voters of Iowa the which they are to decide at the ballot box To have denied the people the right to vote would have been to deny them the right to govern themselves by means of the FOR THIRD TERM OOV 10JIN Iowas governor John Hiinnnill Brit f altnvc Wednesday formally announced his candidacy for llie iKiiiiinulicin for governor This In lie Klvurnnrs ihinl term if iiomhialeil and rlcrled Meredith Claims Oppon ent Was Tricky in Delegation Fight DES MOINES April statement by E T Moines by that Meredith of forces supporting ammili Announces for Third Term EMMERSON LEADING GOVERNOR CHICAGO MAYOR LOSING HOLD AMONG WINNERS IN ILLINOIS rov Alfred 15 Smith of New York for Iho presidency have resorted to po litical tricks and unfairness to ob tain Iowas 26 votes at the Houston convention and a denial by M T Henly of Fort Dodge president of tho Iowa Smithforpresident club has added another chapter to the current Hawkeyo democratic feud ill Mercdivirs statement appear ing today in the Baltimore Sun de ilares ho does not concede tha Iowa ilelusation 10 despite the lominance of instructed countv Louis Ij Em merson Denecn reniibllcnn rnndi duto for governor of Illinois center 1ms dofenleil Gov Small Mayor T It o m ps oils can didate on the basis of incom pletereturns At torney General Carlstrom ex I feme right is conceded rcnomi nalion for his of fice One of the most strenuous Cook dole week by the ations oljtaimd easterner Says Control Xot Certain Tho former secretary of agriculture isiting in the cast declared he was reliably informed by the dry forces iiis stipiiortors that they control the first sixth seventh eighth and elev enth congressional districts while oncodiiiHthe second third fourth and tenth Under this of the delegation he said levotvcs Chicago was betwee Swansoit above and States Attorney fiert E Crowe who was a lale for renoinlnation Swanson an illier Deneen man is victorious over he Thompson incumbent to EXIMERSON These results insure the defeat of lie SmallThompson combine In one of the most liostiy contested of Illinois iiritnnrics The text of the announcement fol lows Iowa Is not reactionary Iowa re publicans recognize the complexities of problems nrishig from pastwar and dcmanii cnualKy of op jortunity for A policy that puaranttcs a homo market for other major Industries and the same opportunity is neither riRht nor just and in the end will bring no per TURN TO PAGE in The GlobeGazette Offers Booklet on Size of the Navy Should the richest nation on earth have tlfe greatest navy on earth to defend iier Should we abolish the navy as an example of disarmament in the interest of world These are Uie extremes in the navy question 1C very citizen should have the facts as well as the argu ments about the navy A new fact booklet illustrated with pictures of every modern typo nf fish tins craft hns been prepared ly our Washington Imreau to give our readers a real fact picture of our navy and other navies rf today Use the coupon in ordering your copy Frederic 1 Haslcin Director The Mason City GlohcGazelte Information llnrcau Washington C I enclose herewith fi cents in coin or stamps for a ropy or the booklet SHIPS OK THK NAVY Naine City Charges Friends ofVice President in AntiFarm Move WASHINGTON April Uulivcned by charges of delay 10 gain political support for Vice Presi dent JUawis in thu coming republican convention the tuiiictl to consideration of additional amend nonts to tlio McXary1 iaugon farm relief hill ilens hoped to up this pro grain mil have tlic measure ready for i vote in a few days What will happen when the InH finally gets to tho while house is not known hut it plainly yesterday if the equalization Ioc provision is retained nt passage even witli tlic alternative of withholding its application until other surplus crop marketing machinery it stands little chance it rciiiving ircsident Cooliilges approval Still lo As it stands now thepresident feds tho measure still Contains several pio visions thai met his disapproval in ve toing the last year chief ninons is Uie lYf Senator lorah ivpiihlieaii Idaho said during yesterdays debate that he was convinced tho president would veto the present bill Chairman Me Nary of the agrietikuro committee conuthor of the measure said that while ho was doubtful of this point a veto surely would result if congress approved Borahs suggestion that the fee Tie dropped in favor of a mcnt subsidy to aid the marketing of surplus crops Rronliliiiri SpriiiBs Surprise Senator Krookiiart republican Inde pendent of Iowa one of the opponents of the bill took the senate by surprise when he charged during n letup in Iho amendment discussion proceed ings that ihc measure had Veen held Up by those friendly ID Vice President o bring thelatter to Iho from as a presidential candidate This was denied hy McXary by no means assured The ninth prpbablj will align with the dry The dry forces wilt have the great cst number of delegates to Houston unless the political tricks and ness of the Smith people ho concluded Charges False Claims The statement lirot tho rejoinder from Ilealy that tho claim of unfair tactics on the part of Smith backers is an absolute The Smith leader added a challenge to Meredith to name a single instance where un fair tacties of any nature were Tho statement ho has given out is Iho statement of a disappointed and llinroly defeated sahl If niy unfair tactics wore used last Saturday in county conventions they were due to the unfair actions oC friends in referring to Governor Smith as Alcohol Smith and the convention next week will again repudiate that kind of dirty fights county CAUISTROM Shot by Holdup AS MAN RAISES Good Weather Reports Start Preparations for Ocean Flight to U S Again BULLETIN BAL DONNE L AIR DROME April hangar of the junkers plane Bremen was opened late today and final preparations made for a transAtlantic hop off to New York but there was still some doubt whether the plane would get off tonight Faces Charge of Mur der Funeral Hed Here Wednesday John FOOT 32 nnose funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at the Patterson funeral home met death from Injuries suffered when he was shot by a holdup man at Fort Scott it was learned here or the tragedy which took place a week ago Sunday have just heen received hy Jlr Pools brother Jr Hnrdv I1Pool of this city The fact that Air Pool lost his right arm in a cement factory hero about 10 years aso IH believed by Fort Scott polico authorities to bare been ihe circumstance that brot about his loalh Didnt Have Ann When he gunman aicosted him and demanded Unit lie raise his arms Mr IVinle raised his left the only arm he had Tho holdup man thinking Mr Pool wan holding his right hand on a sun in his pocket fired ot him This Is the theory of two others who wore with Air Pool nt the time and nlso of police officers The slayor has been arrested and Is awaiting trial on tha charge of murder Air Pool was on his way from Chi cago to the oil fields of Texas n which he interested and hnd planned to malco only a short stop nt Fort Srott Examination of the at the hospital afterwards revealed that the Blackmer Is Asked Again t former Klan seagle arid 1 C2 man I 111 IjClTCi Private Investlgalor for the JWi said Hint he objected to the march bnlliH entered the j brad Ue was In top part ot the dazed condition from the time of the shootinR until he died Sunday afternoon a week Inter BoiTy Arrived Wednesday The body arrived here Wednesday morning for the funeral which took placo In the afternoon with the Hev A C Stoivo of the Church of Christ officiating lrhn Poo was the fiflh child of Dr mid Mrs V H Pool and was born here Irish Stale I The rowan who was in ihc late by fnvnrahh I 4 lsf ittendfd the looal atoi LaFrtlletlLi ramp in ihr I I ieports thu crow of the iiiii1 and lived here with his motho j iirf Ihe u is to ihe farm relief issuo into hc hist 01 he plvronvontinn cam ipaism and Hint Uawos for liio inosiilenoy as a suppoiUi nfl the measure whirh slicmld be callrd The Dawcs lie that X lirad of I ho corn bolt commitloi 22 wliicli had boon ncilvply hnhiud the McXaryTIailffCii hill was cm paiKn itiiinacer and I hat this rx lained Preks disiro hut Iho 1 in ho Ilncsut Ilnovrr stond in his rhiiins aflor denials wirc put hy the nlso by Senator Watson rcpuljlican Indiana candi date for presidential nominalim and supporter of he farm bill and Clouding rniHiliIiea n Iiiaho They say that are for liir Inwan ihonlrd lull TLKN TO III COLl MN plane Bremen innliintr prep moved from Mason City linns Inle today in thr off bilore dark on Us pnjwh led flinht iid Koehl arc in tciurh with HIP British air minis try which is sending hem latesv vither reporl If llio lea i this evenincc they fly ahouf 70 miles an Imur ana 1Y dark unitld ho Ihe Atlantic slfnmshi route 01 years iso He spent a week visiting brother here last summer in MacMiders Have Third Son Angus Born Tuesday AVASI1IXOTON April son Anmufl MacNirloi was bnrn to Mr nnd Mrs Man ford iriciiKinti ihe ihlrrt iniin Iho family Keimits avo that limli JlaoXuleianrl infant aic duini well Wouldnt Fight Again for Fifty NKW April Dempsey arriving in Xew York today to receive a greeting as noisy as when he was champion of the world put the damper on comehack talk by declar ing he would not fight ngain for fifty million 1 5 Killed in Wreck of Train Near Paris April per NIIDM Hoie killwl nn thirty Injured In i collision of lionnd for Uie KiiKhoin Inifk just nf 1iirls at this afternoon Will R pujpy heard abijut favor r 1 have been all thru the state and If you take It from me the popular native son they have there is Nick Longworth So whats the matter with Xick for a candidate He Is the most able and popular snenker the house ever had In fact the greatest since Alexander llainlllon Everybody talks about what a great campaign Al will make Well Nick stay with him I dont care how late he campaigns Yours COLONKn ROGERS late of Kentucky P 5011 rend about those great Kentucky basketball Copyright EUNUWD TO HAVE Witness Says Imperial Wiz arc Boasted He Would Elect Presidents April that Jmnorial Wizard II ram Evans of the Klux Klar itsed Ktan money to foster ninrdei riots arson and other acts of violence were made in federal court here this afternoon by Van A BarricUman at toiney for five deposed memliers who seelc a receivership for the order jn Pennsylvania In a heated argument with Klan Swanson Beats States Attorney by Basis of Late Returns Deneen Candidate for U S Senator Far Ahead BULLETIN CHICAGO April reports give the follow ing count for the principal offices in the Illinois primary FOR precincts Emmerson Small U S precincts Glenn Smith STATES precincts Swanson Crowe CONGRESSMANATLARGE precincts Henry Rathbone Mrs Ruth McCormick April S in mighty revolfl against the political faction headed by Governor Small Mayor Thompson of Chicago republicans of Illinois yesterday mried them under an avalanche of hostile ballots that swelled to recordbreaking proportions today as belated returns piletj up the totals Buried under the load of ballots with their First banner was the SmallThompsonCrowe candidate fctf jovevnor the factional candidate for United States senator all the candidates for lesser state offices the factional leader ning for states attorney in Cook county and even Thompson himself who was defeated for ward Emerging victorious from the hottest and most acrimon ious primary campaign was almost an entire slate I TTJ1 1 i II tion obtained was controlofHhe republican marrune in CooK county and nominations to a few minor offices in the counts Representative Martin B Madden sponsored by this fac tion had won over William Dawson his negro opponent counsel Barrickman himself a de fendant In a suit filed by the Klan said Iliat not only misused he funds of the order but bad boasted ho was the order nnd that he would elect presidcnls control congress nominate the rumIs and overthrow slate governments n lliume Swlssvale former Klan glcagle arid lovemment Prepares Way for Another Contempt Order in Trial WASHINGTON April Driving nhend with the same rapidity which all along has characterized the present Teapot Dome trial the srovern ment today put a mass of testimony both oral and documentary Into the record which will tell whether Harry F Sinclair is to he convicted of con spiring with Albert B Fali in the lens ing of the naval oil reserve Starting out by calling II M Klack nior who is now fn Kurope anil who has refused to return Owen 1 Itoh evts special prosecutor laid be groundwork for another contempt pro cedure afrritnst Iho former nxsochtte of Sinclair in the Continental Trading company deal Then a succession of were to trace thru banks and lock boxes the Liberty honds Involved in the transaction which the government contends wont lo Fall as a bribe and whiih tlie defense upholds as an hon est business deal hy which Sinclair bought an interest In Falls ranch Whether a considerable batch of he correspondence between Fall and other concerning oil leases will be introduced in evidence will he deter mined hy Uailey at a later date as a result of a defense move today When Roberts attempted to Intro duce the corrcspondcnlce George P Hoover Sinclairs lawyer objected on the grounds that Falls correspondence with others than Sinclair could not have nny bearing upon tile oharf iifrnlnst Sinclair nil of tho letters wrote July S IfiLl Dolicny In which toberts withdrew except one Fal to Kdwurd I iill said he wrcs n Carnegie after authorities had a permit for the parade Ho said he expressed the objection o S 13 Ri2h lirn grand dragon of ennsylvania saying that citizens of he town were mvpnring by fathering stones and other missiles Rich lold him Haiigro said that he was powerless to stop ths march be cause Imperial WiTird Hiram ISvans liad ordered the hooded klansmcn to liarade without a permit One klans nan xvas killed and others including residents were injured dur nff a riot which started when the ilansmen mn relied into the town To be on the safe side and avoid 11 aiRnment with the weather it might bo to put off Kaster until JiUIe later in the NewsKoitilliran Our Weather Man Stale in THg is lImmcisun secretary of slato nnd Deneen candidate for x crnoi Ciov ulio was up for a third term had piled up i mnjnrity of more than MO 000 on re turns from II of the states a lead which if maintained wilt jjive him a final advantage of more than Iol lrank Smith asked the people for vindication at tlie polls after twice refused a seat in he Cnilcd Slates senate because of his acceptance of primary campaign fontribudons from public utilities wo years more than votes hehimi Otis F fjlcnn his De neen adversary on returns from precincts If Glenn maintained his lead he will have a majority of more tnan votes Tho figures fur governor for precincls Kmall and for senator for SN pifv incts llonn Smith Crowe Kchind Swiinson Tn rook riuinty he SmallThomp mi standard liearcr liohert K rnwe running rcflectum as nltorney trailed tlio Deneen entr Tudge John Swansun by more than 100 000 votes nnrl apparently will have a final majority of more than The figures from of the countys ehicis was OS 247 In thn preshlent al rjlobeGaxetta weather fismes for 24 hour period ending at oclock a m leaacs In have complete charts oC all t Tupniiiy 57 DefireM in Night Doffrres At A M M Degrees the influence of a warm sun nnd a south wind the remaining snow In North Iowa did a magic vanishing act Tuesday liy Wednesday morning only a few splotches were to he seen in the places which were hidden from tUo sun Wednesday forenoon the clouds obscured the sun am by niin was falling iiuil duslriuusly ondum lrankO war govern precincts or of Illinois the only candidate whose name was entered bad piled up Tu voles from precincts tioti which nlso showed that voters ster until had written in the name of President Cooliilse while on tho democrat ticket n which no names were entered I persons in precincts In the name of Gov SmiUi of Xew York and wrote in Senator lames A Reed ot Missouri Mrs Mcrormtcli Second nt the ticket on tho demo cratic bnJJot for the most part were without i Kutli llanna Mcrormick who hritll i led hti closest in Ihe j contest fur congvossmanatlarxo j dropped into second position with turns from jireiincts The acn stood Henry It liathliono In cumbent and Vales Swanson Itcliind Kimnorson Judge Iohn A Swanson headed the reixihllcan ticket apainsj rowe in Cuotc county as Kinmorson did against Small In tho was the crusading candidate who apparently had won nomination as states attor ney Me ran far behind Uie Kmmer son lead but ho was maintalng a mar1 gin which he was confident ranied victory Kimnorson Swansnn anil Attorney iuc Genoral arlslrnm also in nl his effort to win renominatioii were cards in tbo rrpnlilfrnn crimp j which recognized tha of United Senator Charles S Deneen The nil bnt certain success of virtually tho entire JDeiieon slata held powerful political portent for It opened the road o party control by Senator Ucitoen who hay been out while Mayor Thompson and Stated Attorney Crowe were Federal patronage and Isolated holds ill county and city offices was the hest Senator IJeneen could comma nil against thu stronir political machlno created thru thu SmallThompson Crowe combine fileiin Wins Tnr Senate Another Deneen success acoreft ill the contest of Otis F Cilcnn Clii cliRn and Murphysboro lawyer who jillho running behind the trailblazing leail ff iad it marked vota over Frank Kmltll thq man the senate twice refused to mit With of the states precincts reported Glenn had votes to Smiths These re turns Imludcd more ban half of CooK countys voting places The crime campaign which volvctl about the stales attorneys test between Crowe and Judge son attracted sharper Intercut In cngo than tho governorship Sivanscm fncrrnsefl Judge Kwanson wliOMo home wltH hat of Senator Doneen waa bombett IS days ago was increasing his lead as lato returns camp from tho slow counting Chicago polling He titrna from IMSd of tile countys 3 Oiifl Swanson Crowes icro apparent gave city politkS a sharp twiat for Mayor Thompson In the final mo ments of he campaign suggested tha possibility oC his resigning the ally if hnwe were beaten AUNT HEX By Rohert Guillen The honeymoon lasts longer if you dont have no babies When my first one come Pa went around for weeks poiilin because he wasnt geUin enough attin t   

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