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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Probably rain In east portion and rain and snow In west portion tonight and Saturday colder in west portion tonight and in east and central por tions Saturday AND MASON CITY North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 13 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 161 BREMEN REPORTED OVER N S Passenger and Freight Meet in Headon Collision Ilza Niemack Acclaimed by Charles Q YOUNGlRTIST PLAYS BEFORE PACKED HOUSE inds Senate Passes Farm Aid Measure 5323 Turns Down Brookhart Plan Triumph Complete for tjirl and Parents Genius Shown PHARLES ciir Apvii ii V mack girl violinist who has gone into the world and established herself as an artist was bade with her neigh bors and childhood friends last night Steven hundred the Hlldreth theaters capacity a claimed her as Iowas premier violinist and hundreds of others unable to attend by reason 6f the limited seating capacity otthe Iheater wished they could do her like honor It was a great night for Charles City It was a great night for Ilza Niemack But perhaps more than any body else it was the parents ot Ilza Niemack who gloried supremely in the honors which came to the girl the re lult sacrifices made by them since the girl at 3 years began drawing a bow across the strings ot a violin Mrs Nlomack was at the Uzas first choice for ivid Dr Niemack was in the audience playing with his beautiful daughter her every note More than once a smile was exchanged between them Dnyo TJarrnli Presides ln wnose Idea of Identifying this gifted young artist with Iowa was conceived acted asmaster of ceremonies Gracefully graciously he introduced the Ma ton City Chamber of Commerce glee club which as a mark of compliment to the Charles City girl sans two groups of numbers one as a prelude lo her recital ana one at the intermis sion Hoolidge Expected to Veto Bill Again Due to Fee Plan WASHINGTON April Bearing a majority of 30 senate voles in its favor the McNiiryHaugen farm relief bill rested today on the doorstep of the house where early action is expected to Bend it to the white house There an almost certain veto faces it for the second time Passed late yesterday by the sen ate by a vote ot 53 to 23 as compared to the 47 to 33 sanction given it at the last session the measure retained the controversial equalization fee which caused President Coolidge to veto the bill last year principally on the ground that this provision was unconstltu tional Should the president again return the measure to congress without his approval administration leaders in th senate doubt whether it could be passed over the voto even tho the vote yesterday showed more than a two thirds majority of those present for it Doubt Passage Over Veto They believe that with a full mem bership present a twothirds majority could not be obtained Party lines and even state lines brolce wide apart on the final vote and nine senators shifted their positions MURDER CHARGE FILED AGAINST POOLS SLAYER of a year ago eight changing from Ware neighbors met here to do honor to our own said Mr Darrah Many years ago Ilza Nie mack went out into the world in quest of a message of music Eastern critics In our own country and European masters of music have lauded her art Tonight she is back home and we are to determine whether she has caught this message for which she has Greeted by Applause There was a thunderous applause as Ilza garbed in a green satin fringe trimmed gown Parismade came out upon tho stage her mother at her side The crowd arosa and continued the acclaim If there was a time in the evening when Ilza appeared ill at ease it was when the applause per sisted Perhaps sho wondered if she tvas worthy of this vote ot confidence An hour later however when she had completed her program of music nhich ranged from the most difficult of compositions to tho Negro spirit ual which depends for beauty on skill ful intonation her audience was unanimous In their conviction that Ilza Niemack had been entirely suc TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 4 The real sliowdo wri came on an amendment by Sackett republican Kentucky proposing elimination ot the equalization fea by which funds would be raised from levies on com modities to help market surplus and nalntaln prices at a higher level The amendment was rejected 40 to 31 alter long and acrimonious debate during which Senator McNary repub ican Oregon in charge of the meas ure strongly urged its enactment BrooUhart Plan Turned Down The senate also rejected f4 to 5 tho direct subsidy bill which Senator Brookhart republican Iowa had proposed as a substitute for McNaryHaugen measure The flvo supporting the substitute were Blalne Wisconsin Borah Idaho and Brookhart republicans and Bayard Delaware and Blease South Carolina democrats Identified by Mason Cityan as Person Who Shot Him FT SCOTT April 13 County attorney Ernest Blincoe will today tile a murder charge against Orvillo Hanes excouvict for the kill ng of John L Pool In the M If and T yards here on the night o March 31 Mr Pool was shot In the forehead the bullet lodging in the back of his brain He lingered nin days before he died on April 8 Some mystery surrounds tho kit ing According to the story Mr Too and his buddy Bob Barton met u with Hanes about oclock in th evening near the Morrow elaughie 3 the raUrfou Bartiti house They moved T0o Meeting lieadon a niilo east of Sunbury on the Reading railroad a passenger nnfl a freight locomo tive tangled together like this Twelve persons were injured only two seriously The passenger engineer sticking to Ills post saved those in the coaches behind by applying the nil lint was critically injured CLAIM SCANDAL IN IOWA STECK QUICK IN DENIAL Senator Heflin Says Slush Fund Distributed for Smith Workers TVASH Senator AIr11 ITALIAN POLICE SEEK BOMBERS King Victor Emmanuel Nar rowly Missed Death in Milan Explosion Of the republican presidential nom inatlon candidates present three Cur tis of Kansas Watson of Indiana and Norris of Nebraska voted for the bill and two Borah of Idaho and Goff o TURN TO PAGE 16 COLUMN 8 KLANlFFlAL DENIES BURNINGS Imperial Wizard Evans on Stand Seeking to Clear K K K Skirts PITTSBURGH April 13 suit of the Ku KIux Klan for an Injunction against five members was dismissed In federal court here this afternoon by Judge H S Thomson who placed the cost upon the plaintiff Plaintiffs prayer for relief 5s denied and the bill Is dismissed at the cost of the Of the Carnegie riot in 1023 Judge Thomson said that Hiram W Evans imperial wizard of the Klan was directly re sponsible for the riot and blood shed which at down Hanes also sat down on an posite rail Admitted He Was Bad A few minutes later when Mr Pool ho had only one arm reached down nd touched one of his shoes Hams suspicious and produced a revol er telling them ha was a Dad nan and had just completed a terui a the Missouri penitentiary About this time two othera came long and the stranger as Hanes vas described held them up at the joint of a revolver and searched them They went on their way and Hanes urning to his two companions held hem up It was then that Mr Pool received a bullet In his brain Hauc hen bent Mr Pool over the head as Barton took to his heels Barton came to the police station to report the shooting Hanes Identified The officers hurried to the place but found Mr Pool at the North Cc ment mill a mile from the scene the shooting The next night Hares gave himself up On Tuesday three days after the shooting Hanes taken to a local hospital and was xi Itlvely identified by Mr Pool as th man who shot him A charge of assault with intent t kill was placed against Hanes and h was unable to give bond Mr Poo appeared to be getting along nlcel but the change for the worse cam so suddenly that no dying statemen was procured by County Attorne Blincoe MEET POSTPONED Announcement was made by Athletic Director J Leonard Kline of the high school that the Invita tion track ana field meet sched uled for Roosevelt stadium Satur day will be postponed until April 27 Postnonment WHS caused by the heavy rain of Friday which made holding the meet an impossibility PITTSBURGH April MILAN Italy April With 16 dead and at least 10 of the 10 injured at the point ot death Italian authorities today worked twlttly in an effort to discover the perpetrators of yesterdays bomb ex plosion which missed King Victor Dr Hiram W Evans imperial wizard Emmanuel by the slim margin of 10 of the Ku Khix Klan wan a surprise mlnutea witness In federal court today In the Anxious to satisfy the njMJons decaso of tho klan against five mand that the victims be avenged the members imperial wizard denied police today worked strenuously testimony of defense witnesses that Many arrests were made but noth klansmen had burned a Negro neiu ing definite as to the plotters ap Terrell Texas in the tall of 1020 pcared to have been reached The After stating that ho has held the opinion was generally growing today office of imperial wizard since i that the bomb plot was not the work Evans was told by John H Connaiigh ot common criminals but was orgn t n Wan attorney that Clarence as Arnaldo Mussolini says by I Ludlow former Dallas klansman naa testified that tho fate of a Negro ha been debated In the Dallns lodge and that later tho Negro was taken out tarred and oiled and then sot on fire late in 1320 No such occurrence ever took said Evans Ho declared that inthe fall of 1D20 there were no Klansmen in Dallas and that the first Klansmen wore taken into the order there in 1021 ized Wright desk men meaning that the conspiracy embraced1 antifascist lead ers most of whom are abroad princi pally In Franco and Switzerland Podesta Belloni has ordered that a Folemn funeral be celebrated Sunday in the Milan cathedral for tho victims of tho outrage Tho municipality will nay tho cxpensoA subscription lor the families ot the victims has opened and already has reached a million lire u attack on Governor Smith o ew York today in the senate larglng that he was head of the Ro man Catholic polit cal machine In Arn erica There are tw standards in th H e f 11 shouted to a In chamber and crowi galleries The are the Roma standard and th American standar they clas one must go dow and it will not 1 tho America STECK Claims Threat Against South Basing his address upon what he said had been a threat made against the people of the south by the comp troller of the stale of New York Hef in quoted tne comptroller as having said in a speech in Virginia that the norlhcrn democrats would punish the south if they not go along with Smith for the presidency by having their congressmen vote against legis latlon of interest to the south They claim Arkansas has gone for Smith the Alabaman continued I say that it is against him 10 to one and if the delegation is deliveret to him there will be more political tomb stones around here than you have ever seen Scandal lurks in Iowa The Smith campaign fund the largest and most corrupt ever used Is this scandal That brot Sena tor Steck demo crat Iowa to his feet HEFLIN Charges Money Used in Iowa I hope tho senator doesnt infer that the democrats In Iowa have been Influenced by any fund on behalf ot Will Rogers Says ROCHESTER April 12 As I wire this from Rochester we havent heard anything ot the Ger man and the Irish tlyers yet but 1 nm leaving hero after my sermon tonight and be in New York stand ing with Casey Jones on Mitchel field all day tomorrow I dont know but I just believe they are going to make it I met this Irishman over In and I anything1 portant business We got to think of today I am going tp be alook I and doing a little amateur praying Tours ROGERS Copyright 1928 FRIDAY 13TH IS LUCKY DAY FOR CHARLIEJIRGER 3ourt Grants Execution Stay for Gangster and Dr Rongetti CHICAGO April axecutlpris ihjllinolat has ofthree victims thru court stays an a gubernatorial reprieve Charles Blrger Southern Illinol gangster was one of those wnose exe cution was to have taken place toda but who lives because of lastminute LANDING TIME PAST WITH NO AUTHENTIC TRACE OF AVIATORS Fuel Supply Running Low as Time for Arrival in New York Passes Rumor Aviators Were Over Maine Proves False By the Associated Press With fuel for only an hour and a half more at most of flying at 3 p eastern standard time the Gentian plane Bremen was unreported on its flight from Ireland beyond a Canadian Press report that it passed over Nova Scotia this morning It was hours after the start from Baldonnel and more than five hours after Captain Barkhouse of the Can adian cutter Arras reported having sighted the plane high over Kingsport N a monoplane he believed was the Bremen No other reported the passing of the craft altho it would have then been well down the coast with clear weather nearing New York The lives of three men two Germans and an Irishman n i nt were at stake BULLETIN PORTLAND Maine April plane which passed Popham Beach at the mouth of the Kennebec river at this afternoon and half an hour later was observed from halfway rock light between the Kennebec and Cape Elizabeth at first thot to be the Bremen was sighted thru a powerful telescope by coast guardsmen as it passed Cape Elizabeth at 2 p headed west The plane they reported was a biplane while the Bremen is a monoplane The plaiies number was madeout as 1148 intervention by a circuit judge at Ben ton Dr Amanti RongeUI believed to Our Weather Man any candidate for If tho senator wants to know my Heflin repllefl I think money was used in Iowa Oklahoma and everywhere they put their I dont want to quarrel with the Steck said but I wish to ssure him that money hns not been pent raised or expended In any way or either Smith or Meredith in Town As a democrat I deny that money wna used either for Smith or GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at IM oclock a m Friday SS negroes M Degrees 34 Degrees 01 an Inch Highest Thursday lowest In Night At a m Rainfall Superstitious folk will call attention to the weather dished out thla Friday the thirteenth as substantiation for their belief that nothing ever comes out of this combination of unluckj omens It was chilly cloudy misty dismal and discouraging in every particular Thursday however wa clear and pleasant Worst Snowstorm of Season at Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG April Tho worst blizxard of the season was raging at noon today in this vicinity Four Inches ot snow had fallen since 10 oclock this morning The storm allowed no sign ot abating Highways were almost Impassable Kellogg Ask Four Nation to Join Pact Great Britain Germany Italy and Japan Invited to Outlaw War WASHINGTON April Great Britain Germany Italy anj Japan were invited today to Join France and the United States in the negotiation of a worldwide treaty bind ing tho nations not to resort to war with one another The Invitation was extended by Sec retary KeHogg after an agreement on the procedure with Aristide Brland foreign minister of France In a nole lo tho four governments preyenled simullaneously at London Berlin Rome and Tokyo today by American diplomatic representatives Mr Kellogg outlined the discussion on the proposal between himself am JM Briand and submitted a draf representing in a general way tho form of treaty tho United States is prepared to sign Its language is practically Identical with the original treaty proposed by H Briand to the United States last June U 8 Would Be Pleased The four governments were told the Untied States would be pleased to DO informed as promptly as may be con venient whether they are In a position to give favorable consideration to the conclusion ot a treaty such as trans milted and 1C not what specific modi fications in the text would make It With the note and draft treaty were presenlea a copy of the text of M Brlands original proposal and copies of all correspondence on the subjcc between France and the United States which have heen made public hereto fore The views of the two govern ments Mr Kellogg said were clearl set forth in the correspondence Hcrls to Abolish War The government of the Unite Slates as stated in Its note February 27 1028 desires to see th nstitutlon of war Mr TUKN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 5 have been the first man sentenced to death on a muuder charge bused on abortion also was saved from exe cution today because of court action Joseph Bella who confessed slaying Mrs Julia Flaherty of Danville the mother ot seven children was the tnird of the trio of convicted Illinbia murders for whom Friday tho thirteenth of April had been fixed for death Every preparation for his electro cution had been completed at the I Chester state penitentiary when a re prieve until may 22 was Issued by Governor Small Tho reprieve was recommended by the board ot pardons and paroles Had tnere been no Intervention Bella would have been the first man n Illinois to file in the electric chair Blrger would have been the last to hang his conviction having come bej ore the law replacing the gitllows1 with the chair becams effective KINGSPORT Nova Scotia April plane flying very high and proceeding west southwest was sighted over Kingsport at oclock Atlantic standard time this morning by Captain Barkhouse of the Canadian government marine steamer Arras Captain Barkhouse said it was too high to distinguish any markings but he was sure it was the German plane Bremen He said several other persons saw and heard the plane The sighting at a eastern standard time would mean that the plane if the Bremen was very nearly on both course and time for her flight to Mitchel field New York Aviators believed that the monoplane would have ample fuel left for the balance of the flight It would face a westerly wind but clear weather over most of the remaining distance IITCHEL FIELD N April is crowd beginning to tire of rumors which had fed its enthusi asm since early morning hung on doggedly hero this afternoon de termined to be on hand should the y the treasury Wo hate to see summer come for just one reason It means the begin nlng of suicidal transoceanic flights NewsRepublican The Opening Installment of the fifth letter in a scries of travelogs written by W F MUSE KdUnr of the GlobeGazette now on a tour of South America wll ho found on Page 12 in this paper transAtlantic Bremen at last arrive Optimism which Imd been unreas onably buoyant earlier waned steadi ly and gave way to just as unreason When unconfirmed reports began lo sift around plane was seen In Nova S col I a they were accepted as fact Lack of verification however resulted in a spreading cynicism and when later rumors came In on a plane seen over Maine and Massachusetts they were received wllh scoffing doubt At 2 p almost SS hours after Ihe Bremen left Ireland tho crowd at the field was roughly estimated at At that time the watchers Boemed chiefly concerned with trying to fig lure oat how much longer the Bremen stay In the air if no mishap had befallen already Watch Along Coastline plane would be Been flying the flags C imperial Germany and the Irish Tree State and In honor of the fly ore hosts tho stars and atrlpes Only lin unforeseen accident to planes single motor was regarded as standing between tha flyers and success When the plane was last sighted clearing Ireland and heading ovar tho sea the motor was perform ing perfectly And tho planes wings were coated with nn anilfreeze solu tion to prevent weighting down by ice MILLS ASSAILS TAX CUT DEMAND nder Secretary Says U S Chamber of Commerce Wants Too Much WASHINGTON April ne administration and tho chamber I NEW YORK April commerce of the States Along sorrte miles of the Nortl ught out their differences over tax American seacoast eyes and ears to duction before the senate sought a solution of the lates ommittee today as the chamber re mystery of the skies cated ils demand for a total slash of Tho mystery began at 2OS a m or double that proposed eastern standard time Thursday whe Rnln Clouds Disappear There were indications that lane would find favorable weather or tho last lap as rain sciualls and owhanglng clouds off Newfoundland gave way to clear skies and a fog off Halifax lifted There was no anxiety at Baldonnel field over the fact that the plane lad not been reported sinco clearing reland The three men aboard presumably were do0gcdly sticking at their tasks Capt Herman Koehl German war flyer and Col James Fitzmaurlce commandant ot the Irish Free aid force taking the controls alter n toly at four hour intervals and TURN TO PAGE 16 COLUMN 8 the German plane Bremen headed In a heated reply to tho chambers from Costello Gaiway Ireland wesl rogram under SeorcUiry Mills deward over Ihe Atlanilc ils German ared It would force a treasury deIrish crew pulling trust In God and clt call for a complete change of I rely ing on such methodical prcpara policy and stall off debt reLions as man could devise A day and rement la night passed without further word The tax cut program nt tne cham from them supported by democrats of Yet hopes ran higher than in the committee called for n ID per centlcasRS 0 three olher westhound trans orporatlon levy inslcad of the planes which were lost with nt per cent rule ami the J2 per nicn nnrl two women Hours ent figure proposed by Mr MelTon pnHaca without any Indication that epcal of all remaining war excise Bremens venture might have axes on particular businesses or would fail plan first announced last August Conditions at sea were reasonable was based on the supposition thntlso far as knowledge went At 1 iust Ihere would be n surplus of possible Weie light 000 available next yenr for tax rcdiicfrom all evidence The Bremen took lion He said the ohnmhcr now artenough gaa to keep It In the nilunlll mined that Inis amount would not after eastern standard time this he available but that it proposed I afternoon or hours from Its de ncverthlcss to make a tnx cut of that Iparturo from Raldonncl airdrome figure by carrying over surpluses near Dublin at eastern stand from year to yenr in violation nflnrd lime Thursday morning sound business nmciples and by At Mitchel fluid the assumption war debt payments now applied was that all wna well that sometime to debt retirement I this afternoon Ihe silver grey mono AUNT HEX By Robert Guillen f Sallie smiles awful sweet an pretends shes got over bein mad but she seen my petticoat hangin down al the postoffice an never saic a   

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