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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                WEATHER Showers probably tonight and Sat urday Warmer tonight and in cast portionSaturday AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASQN CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 20928 North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited Tor the Home UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 167 fiEMEN WILL BE FLOWN BACK TO GERMANY mm LOWDEN JURE OF VOTES FROM ILLINOIS i J emocratic and Republi can Leaders Seek to Heal Primary Scars April thousand delegates equally ided in number as to party affilia i gathered today for the state con itions of the republican and derao tlc artlcs ho states most talked of political Len Small and Mayor Hale Thompson of Le among those absent from the ubliean convention which if they 1J not been defeated in the April 10 fnaries they had hoped to control prominently Fred Lun the poor who not so ago was crony and adviser to His political hoad was axed in the SmallThompson alliance effected last fall V Harmony the Watchword was tho watchword S republicans anxious to heal ounds of a bitter primary cam In Representatives of the defeated nThompson organization assured Senator Charles S Deneen r of the primary winners that would cooperate in putting for a solid republican front jank O Lowden who was Illinois governor and who waa given a ilimentary vote of nearly one mil ballots in the primary flection red certain of a solid delegation Be Jois presidential candidacy at national convention In June draft Coolldge sentiment J by Mayor Thompson ap to have lost Its following inso itate opposition to Lowden was i nty the democrats conven George Brennan democratic fer said the entire delegation to the Kton convention would vote for ferhpr Smith with the exception ot delegate who Is pledged to United Js Senator Reed ot Missouri fcional convention delegates chosen lie April 10 primary are unln ted but delegates at large will be Lcted democrats with 3 dripping United States senn Anton J Germak of Chicago ap j early today to have settled the twtion plank problem with a Went favoring states rights kn said each candidate would for himself No Bowing to iak had prepared for delivery dress in which ha said his ac ot the nomination entailed no to tho yoke of the AntlSa Smith Backers Claim Convention Victory Will Rogers PARKERSBURG W April in Maryland last night Everybody can get a drink there but Sinclairs race horses They havo closed the saloons to them Say this Senator Gotf of West Virginia is pulling Jim Watson down here He kinder acts like ho Is serious about this republican presidential nomination This state is worried more about how to make a coal mine pay than it is about presidential candidates The r A canned William Randolph Emporia White as speak er and used President Coolidgo HM substitute Mr Coolidge that night stole Governor Ritchies acl state rights and didnt do it as good as Ritchie so now the D A want to reinstate White Ks about time for this Ohio river to get up and as there lias been no flood relief passed I ant going to set out oC here Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright BULGARIA NOTES 100 DEAD MANY HURT INJJAKES People in Destitution as Vil lages Are Wrecked in Series of Shocks OIL DEFENSE IS CHALLENGED TO LET FALL TALK Government Chides Sin clair Lawyer for Not Using Deposition WASHINGTON April challenge to the defense to Let Albert B Fall speak and M retort that anyone would have been a fool to pay a cent for the Teapot Dome lease obtained by Marry Sinclair marked the arguments of lawyers for the opposing sides today in the oil mints trial for conspiracy Owen J Roberts special govein mcut counsel obtained permission from the court to tell the jury Fall had made a deposition which had refrained from using He taunted the Sinclair counsel en this point declaring they knew Falls testimony would not help them Lied nnil Says obcrts Fall lied and lied Roberts said and ho ridiculed the claim that the payment of in Liberty bonds o the former secretary of the Inter or was for a share in the Fall ranch In New Mexico There is not one word to show that it was a business he said and near the end of his argu ment he told the jurors that when they in the box they did not be come but still were men who reasoned as men do George P Hoover opening lor Sin clair waa not being Sates More than100todies were counted in Phillpponolia and the neighborhood How many were burled beneath the ruins was not known To calculate the number of injured many of whom were In a critical condition was im possible ns the population fled panic stricken to the countryside It waa believed1 that Phlllppopolis which Is the second city In size in Bul garia would Itself furnish the highest casualty list oc the places affected Only higher part of the city about a quarter of a mile across was undamaged The remainder of the city was deslroyed or was made too dangerous to occupy Several churches and a hospital crumbled in Only Few Houses Left In many villages in the region only a few houses stood gaunt amonff the rather be a wet soldier in rle state of he said dry hypocritical yes man Washington If I lo sell of liberty to aV particular minor ruins These places included Papazli Kalatchi Baltadzi Chakireto Ma Tressll Alibakovo Belozcn and the AntiSaXion league to rep tho state of Illinois in the sen Jien I shall remain the president yCook county board of commis MEASURE TS NEW DELAY on Time to Study 1 May Adjust Dif ferences njSHINGTOiV April ut a vote and with but little i the house today temporarily de consideration of the senate t control bill after Representative of Connecticut tho republican nrieader had explained that this to enable a study of were altered Underground reservoirs broke thru in places and water and sand gushed forth At Satybegovo and Manole fissures wero opened In the ground water spouted from the clefts to the height of three feet The ruins and the countryside were flooded Bridges Tracla Wrecked Bridges were shattered The railway tracks in many places were twisted Roadbeds sunk six feet In spots These were being repaired but some railroads today were still unusable The Orient Express and other trains which were compelled to stop near of a major piece of legls resorted to so that time had to adjust differences be P of the bill as it he senate and President Cool i did not tell the house when ktion of tho flood bill was to ned but It was thot likely that will continue until conversations have been Indorses plowman for Governor TKR CITY April ik J Lund chairman of the wdonforpresldent club last in addresn here indorsed the ot former state senator M an for the republican guber H The people were In destitution litany wero driven insane ly what they have witnessed In the last few days Hills were moved Their contours Papazali Wednesday were continue yesterday abla to The population ot Sofia continued Jlany families left tho cap ital overnight with their bedding and slept In the open country Others fled Emmetsburg Gets Third Blizzard in Few Weeks EMMETSBURG April the third time in a few weeks this Is rapidly approaching a snowbound will be started this morning The snowfall equals the one of a week ago which tied up traffic here for two days Con cern is felt for the crops A congressman complains thnt the lobbyists pay roll In Washington Is T 1 run m wasmngion is ciaia in me school ilining room Su Iftominatlon Tho Indorsement bigger than tho congressional Well perlntenclont Olmsload acted as toast an address by Mr Bowman they work harder they work harderWaterloo Tribune Resolution Against D A R Blacklist Is Voted Down on a conspiracy to defraud the States arovernmerit lie said Jurors Defense Claims You must try this case on the evi dence you cant try It on arguments of counsil because those arguments are not based on he said Ill show you later anyone would have been a fool to pay a cent for kind of lease Mr Sinclair Sinclairs counsel said the govern ment had brot M T Evcrhart Falls soninlaw to the stand and the jury must believe his story that the Liber ty bond payment was for the ranch stock Defense witnesses were honor able Hoover said and were in sultctj by this astute lawyer from REPORT SEVERAL DEAD IN BLAST Explosions in Industrial Plant Near Denver Cause Injuries DENVER April Several persons were reported kilted and a score or more when a series of explosions rocked the plant of Alexander Industries in Engle wood a suburb Fire followed the ex plosions and several girl employes were reported trapped In one section of a branch building aet afire by the blast Several automobile loads of injured were brot to general hospital here The extent of their injuries could not he immediately determined Crowds flocked to the scene uncJ authorities had difficulty preserving order Tho explosions were believed to havo occurred in tlio paint shop where highly inflammable wupplirs used for anrler Industries manufactures air planes In addition lo conductin oC olhrr cnlo plants automobiles and all sorts of vehicles airplane wings wero stored The Alex which they used as sleeping quarters Th6 damage In the quake area was estimated at several hundred million number ot olhrr enterprises at its levas thelav at par is worth about 13 cents Government and charitable institu tions struggled to bring order out of chaos King Boris personally went to the devastated region as did Premier Uaptchcff and Slaveco Vassilcft min ister of public works College Journalists Meeting in Iowa City IOWA CITV April annual twoday convention of the lona Collcgo Press association opened at tho University ot Iowa hero today Addresses by prominent Iowa news papermen Including Sherman J Me Nally of Waterloo Clifford Depuy DCS Moines and M E Taylor ot Truer and round tnhle discussions of news paper problems were on tho program An ed for best makeup and best editorial Hiiyfielil Doard Enter n inert IIATFIELD April oven ing tho home economics class umicr the direction of Miss Lena Good jwv a 7 oclock dinner to the school achool dining room master for the ovcnlnB KEYNOTER The keynote address at the dem ocratic state convention in Des Moines Friday mornlne waa de Hvered by U S Senator Dan Stecli above He charged the re publicans with gross corrupt prac tices whto in office and credited democrats vith responsibility for bringiiiB to light the conditions In the party SOCIALIST NOMINEE Iowa Bandii BflKRED FROM CAUCUSES Officers in Several Counties on Watch for Two Oska ioosa Robbers OSKALOOSA Apry Sheriffs posses and police of Mahaska and surrounding counties today cpn tlnuod their search for two unmasked young men who early yesterday escaped with In currency jewelry and securities from the farm home of Mr and Mrs O G Hess two miles north of here The jewelry taken in a bag with the securities and money waa recov ered when officers found a small purse which the robbers had discarded as they apparently rushed toward DCS Moines in their flight The baubles and a necklace were returned to Mrs Hess Mrs Hess who was choked by the robbers until sho revealed the hiding place of the valuables under her pil low suffered little after effects Her husband who was knocked uncon scious by a blow on the head likewise recovered readily The couple and Mr and Mrs Ell Pearson who reside In the same neighborhood gave police descriptions of the men The Pearsons were vis ited tho night before by the same marauders but no loot was obtained Double Delegation Fight May Be Appealed to Houston DES MOINES April porters ot Governor Smith ot New York for thev democratic presidential nqmlnatlpn claimed today there had been no weakening ot ths Smith cause following the congressional dis trict caucuses at which delegates and alternates to the national convention at Houston were selected The Smith faction apparently won a victory In the first district one ot those In which supporters of i T Meredith Dei Moines a favorite son candidate had claimed strong support In other districts claimed by Mere lilh dith ground with a compromise delegation being selected in the sixth district and the eighth electing delegates favor able to Mr Meredith Tho seventh and eleventh district caucuses promised to carry their doe HUe contests before the state con this afternoon Double Delegates Withdrew In the seventh district caucus tho Polk county delegations both Smith and Meredith withdrew in accordance with the ruling of the state central committee that neither should be men as strongholds the men apparently held Mere thcir BE RESTRICTED Bond Money to Be Returned to Winnebago Farmer Says Hopkins City Manager P F Hopkins stated Friday that Investigation at the police station had revealed that the bond of Melvin Monson Forest City farmer who was reported to have forfeited a bond of 5 as a result ot a parking vio lation Wednesday had not been seized Tho bond was posted but Mr Mon son had been Informed that he could liave his hearing the next time he was n town Police Judge Forbes stated hat It had not been his intention to Ine the out of town farmer The 5 bond will bo returned to Mr Monson on his next visit stated It is reasonable to give out ot town Irivers the Iwnefit of the doubt In cases of parking said the city manager Tho parking problem is not due to the outoftown cars which come in more or less frequently but to tho local cars We want peoplefrom the sur rounding territory to come to Mason City and to bo able to leave their cars within a reasonable time where It is most convenient for them to do their shopping without being In fear ot violating the local parking ordi Thirty Members Listed in Nashuas Auto Club NASHUA April local club of he American Automobile association s now being organized So far about 10 members have been obtained Our Weather Man WASHINGTON April Moving swiftly against Its insurgent element the Daughters of the Ameii can Rsvolulion in convention today almost unanimously defeated three protesting resolutions Including one alnua against the much talked about blacklist The resolutions incorporating the protests ot the group led by Mrs Helen Tufts Bailie of Boston a foe of the blacklist sought to have the chapters select sneahers without in Lerfercnce from the national orjaniza lon an accounting from the conlmit eo on national defense of its views on buildingand approval by the chapters ot any national t vas enunciated by the society Showed Cool idee letter Only a dozen scattering delegates rose when the question was put to a vote A short time before the committee on resolutions had reported the reso utions to the floor of the convention without recommendation Mrs Bailie had appeared tlicre with i photostatlc copy of a letter written jy President Coolidge to an officer oC the Ford Hall forum of Boston com the work of this institution which was declared by Mrs Balle to have been blacklisted by the Massa chusetts branch of the D A It Iowa Woman Electcil WASHINGTON April Mrs Robert H Hunger ot Sioux City was named one of vice presi dents general of the Daughters of American Revolution in the con tinental assembly here yesterday Mrs Munger was nominated by Mrs Harry H Si Johnson of Humboidt la In the Iowa delegation plans are aeing discussed for the organization of a campaign thruout the country to force a definite declaration of opinion on the defense question from such organizations as ths V W C A The V M C A tho Womans Trade union eaguo nnd the General Federation of Womens rhibs GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour periotl ending at oclock i Friday Highest Thursday lowest in night At n m The ivlnd 35 decrees 2U degrees 31 dcRrces buck in tho Chicago Bank Raises Rates Meeting Was Attended by McNider C 1T AfcNider returned Friday morning from Chicago where ho tended a niectin of the board of til rectors of tho Chicago Federal Re serve hank and toolt part on tho pro cedure of that body in raising Ihe rediscount rates from 4 to per cent exhibit of college newspapers Hurrah The wind is buck in tho held and prizes will bo and looks as if there might he best makeup and best editorial a leturn of tlio balmincss which dis tinguished last month The sun how ever was experiencing a bit of dif ficultyIn the forenoon In Its attempt to penetrate a layer of clouds There was no precipitation In the 24 hour period ending Friday morning And have been cither rainy Greene Izaak Waltonites Give Fresh Fish Luncheon GREENE April local chapter of tho Izaak Walton league will give a fresh fish luncheon at the hotel Kcsslcr Bt tonight which will bo followed by an Illustrated lec ture on Kxtinct Mammals of the Tho lecture will he for the public as well ns for members of the CONSUL ADVISES YANKS TO QUIT CHINA WAR ZONE Japanese Sent More Troops to Protect Property Near Shantung dith delegate J Casey of Knoxville In the eleventh district the Wood bitry and Dickinson Meredith dele gations withdrew after the Smith dole gates had been selected and separate caucuses wore held Meredith support ers said they hoped to have tho redentials committee interfere this afternoon and if this is not done a ontest before the national conven ion may result Smith delegates named oy the elcv inth district caucus were George Sioux City and T B Dia mond Sheldon The Meredith caucus conducted by Woodbury and Dickin son county Meredith men named J S Michael Sioux City and W H Neal Spirit Lake as delegates and Mrs lames Kelliher Sioux City and Mrs Mattie Bailey Sorm Lake as icrnatcs Smith Gets 5 Instructed Dr Daniel V Moore Woodbury bounty chairman until the recent split in that county over the county convention control headed lie two county Meredith caucus The delegates selected from the second fourth fifth tenth and elev enth districts were instructed for Smith while those chosen from the irat third seventh and ninth are Smith men altho they were not spe cifically instructed The sixth split its delegation with half for Smith ind half for Meredith and the eighth district delegates are antiSmith DISTRICT DELEGATES NAMED AT DES MOINES The folio wine district delegates nnd iltemates wore selected in the various caucuses this morning FIRST Webber Ft Madison and Tom Greene Burlington G M Van Auadall Nrw London and Mrs Madge ONeill Columbus Junction SKCOND Walsh navenport and H r Murphy Maren RO 3 Dovitt Musca tino and Tom Iowa City Tirmo J Xclson Dubuqun Duhuriue county full I T Sullivan Waterloo Black Hawk county and Fred Hageman Waverly Bremer county one half vole W tolan Cficene But ler county only one alternate nametil FOURTH Jfov ard Elma Fred Blcrniann A S McMurray Oelwein 10 F Mcdary Waukon FIFTH J Cash An amosa Harold Cooper MjirshnllUnvn C Walters Toledo T 1 Dnvls Marlon SIXTH W L tor SIgourney C Ver Ploeg Oaka loosa James J Smith a George Godfrey Albia Each delegate with one half SEVKNTH T dcrwalt Marlon W J Caspy Mar Ion Georso Dugan Dallas Mrs TCrlnii Danfotirth Madison county Each ddpsrnto with onr half vote RIGHTII Nine Falk Kssox MiN 13 P Tlain TlIlN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 3 TRIO WOULD BE FIRST TO MAKE 2WAYJLIGHT Dlane Cannot Leave for New York for Another Week Says Koehl By JAMES STANTON Canadian Press Correspondent AKE STE AGNES Murray Bar April Canadian he GermanIrish crew oC the trans Ltlantlo monoplane Bremen hopes to ly the plane baqk to Germany Norman M Thomas New City has received the socialist nomination for the presidency of the United Slates party convention in New York City Thomas a New clergyman and onetime socialist candidate for governor of the state was nominated by acclamation landed at Tslngtao na jwirt of the Japanese movement to protect Japanese lives and property in he province of Shantung where fight ig lias been Kflng on between the nationalist and northern armies PEKING April Two na tions moved today to protect their subjects in Shantung as the national ists advanced and the Shantung de tense collapsed Edwin P Stanton American consul advised his countrymen to leave fsinan with the nationalists in control of Tenchowfti 75 miles to the south Japan sent three companies of Infan try from to Tsinan to protect Japanese lives and property in tlio Shantung province The northern arnilea which are ar rayed against the nationalists were driven back on all fronts Tsinan just southwest of Yenchow fu was also occupied after a northern nrmy of men under Gen Sim ChuanFang governor of Shantung was destroyed by nationalist troops under Feng Yullsianp once known s the Christian general 73 INSURGENTS SLAIN IN MEXICO Federal Forces Victorious in Four Engagements With Rebels MEXICO CITY April Seventythree insurgents have been slain by federal forces in four engage ments In the slate of Jalisco Dispatches from Guadalajara today announced the death ot 55 and mili tary reports told of tho death of 18 others Gen Ascension Escalanta overtook a htxnl of insurgents under Jose Trini dad Guillen at Las Hbillas Guillen nnd M followers fell in buttle the dis patches said Nineteen othcm were captured After n drum martial they wero executed The remaining momberB of the band ivcro dispersed Inrsuing tho fleeing insurgents the government forces came upon another Ixxnrl at Ojo De Agua nino of them were slain A largo quantity of arms and some wore captured Military advices stated that 15 in surgents fell in cine bnttlc in the Los Altos region and thrco in another after which the troops rtispprswl tlio remaining antigovernment forces ld the first regular reporter to reach reenly Island This reporter who to sland with the first news reel camera to make tha journey last Wed esday returned here today As soon as our machlns Captain Koehl told the orter we will fly to New York Irst intended Enrouto we ahall very kely call nt Murray Bay and at Mon real After that hopo to be nbls o arrange a flight from New York to ur Captain Koehl told the Canadian ress correspondent that It would ake six or seven days after the re ceipt of spare parts before the Bremen could be put In shape to leave Greenly sland Flyers Glad to Visitor The reporter James Stanton of th Quebec ChronlcleTelegraph who wa oancd to th0 Canadian Press for tha Ray of Pajamount News and As Ilia them and shore to jrreet them They posed for pictures which rushed to New York by alplano lo Jay and talked freely with the re porter KoeTil Hurt In Landlnp Germans were in excellent health and high spirits Captain Koehl received a slight cut on the forehead at the bump of the Bremens landing on tha Islands res ervoir but the wound was of no mo ment and the baron escaped Injury ent rely as did their Irish companion Major James Fitzmaurice It did not even force my monocle out of its baron bistort with evident pride in his careful English FORD SENDS HELP DETROIT April tarrying the hopes of the stranded transAtlantic plane Bremen for an early getaway from Isolated Greenly sland a giant Ford air liner piloted iy Bcrnt Bnlchen and Floyd Bennett took off at a m from tha Ford airport today for Murray Bay Quc on tho first leg of the relict expedi tion Ths relief plane was escorted over he Canadian border by a group ot U Selfndge field planes Tho takeoff was without incident Balchen piloting the threemotored plane down the runway and lifting it slowly from the ground After circling over thn airport the plane headed toward Can ada Favorable weather greeted tho takeoff here Previous to taking off Bennett and Batcher received a telegram from Mlsa Hcrta Junkers at Lake St Ag TURN TO PAGE B COLUMN 6 Wisconsin Girl at Sheffield SHKFFIELD April Meyerhoff of Madison camo Wednesday for a visit at thn Henry Revoking homo east of town AUNT HEX By Robert Guillen Crescos Superintendent of Schools Quits His Post April serving seven as superintendent of the Creaco public schoolj A li Tiffany hns decided not to continue in that capacity longer than the close of tnc school year next June His plans for the future have not been made public Tho board has not yet engaged a and not until then will Iho list of instructors completed I didnt aim to have com pany for supper but I throwecl a flat iron at a stray dog in the back yard an hit our speckled J   

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