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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 2, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy tonight and Thurs clay showers tonight and probably in east and south portions Thursday cooler Thursday and In west and north portions tonight AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES North Iowas Daily Newspaper v Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXV CENTS PER ASSOCIATED PRESS U5A3ED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 177 OOLIDGE HNS MEDALS ON BREMENS CREW iDvernor Smith Far Ahead in I Y EXECUTIVE EADINGREED SY3T01VOTE ioover Piles Up Large Count Walsh RunS Poor Third SAN FKANCJSCO May from precincts of tho in Californias presiden tial preference primary today pave Herbert Hoover votes For precincts Governor Smith received votes Sen ator Ueed anrt Senator Walsh May J 26 votes in the demo cratic convention were added o the Smith column today after a iresidential preference primary elec ion u ich was featured by the dry lemoorats under the leadership of iVJIllani G McAdoo being routed from lielr southern California stronghold Each of the three democratic nspi were represented by sets of 30 andidates for delegates to the demo Tatie national convention As the 30 epresenting Governor Smith were lected by large majorities over tlio 9tg rppresenting Eeed and Walsh the itire delegation is bound to express preference of the state at Houston for the New York executive N presidential candidacy of Her Aloover who maintains his resi and who was un ed on Methodists Rule Out Fundamentalist Fight Bishops See Slight Hope of Christian Church Union Door Closed Because of Vati can Demands Say M E Officials KANSAS May attempt to inject the modernist fundamentalist controversy into the general conference ot the Methodist Episcopal church here was headed off at the outset of todays session when the S55 delegates voted almost 10 to 1 against consideration of the issue The question ipss raised in a resolu tiou introduced Paul Sloa chairman of the New Jersey delega ion It asked that the conference con ider widespread disloyalty thruout nany divisions the church to the oc diety virgin birth orig nal sin and the second Mr Sloan said that he had petitions roni B25 communities in 41 states anrt carrying signatures supporting lis action and he wanted an unbiased nvestjgation Dr Daniel L Marsh president of 3oston university immediately pro tested against consideration ot the Bishop William F McDowell Wash ngton presiding said the matter was so controversial that its consiuera ion would haVe lo be voted upon A standing vote was taken and consider ation overwhelmingly voted down HOUSE MEMBER MOVES TO CUT FEE PRINCIPLE on in the state of ra or On the democratic side the vote In precincts was Smith Reed Walsl As the total democratic reglstratioh vas libout it appeared that the threecornered fight between the derrio Iratic presidential aspirants did no reduced by the Itev OllirlC in oan of Haddonfleld ft fKKUHrtJIl in fense of Haugen Bill as It Stands CHANCE IS REMOTE Jlay of the McNary Haugen farm relief bill won tho initial votinjc skirmish in the house toilay rejecting ah amend ment to eliminate a section from ilie measure to give The proposed federal farm board authority to enter into marketing The vote wns 100 to 48 WASHINGTON May motion to eliminate ths equaliza tion provisions from the McNary Haugen farm relict bill was made in tlie house today by Representative Aswell democrat Louisiana Imme diately after consideration of beeti ordered resumed Yankee Gold Mines Razed n Nicaragua American Owned Property Is Blown Up by Un known Band JLUEFIELDS Nicaragua May J American owned gold lines La Lux and Bonanza in north n Nicaragua have been blown up id destroyed by raiders according to received today Assistant Manager Johnson of the a Luir mine authority for the news eported that all the dynamite at the ines was used to blow them up and i effect complete desolation The region is deserted by the na ives Tho band responsible for the utragro moved off in an unknown di ectlon Tho fate of George B Marshall as istant manager of the La Luz mine eported to have been seized by the ebels who raided the mine on April 2 is still unknown Possibility a1 world Chris tian churches Is remote andbeyond consideration at board of bishops reported today to the quad rennial general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church here The matter of Christian unity drew earnest attention from the bishops who in their episcopal address also considered such controversial issues as prohibition divorce companionate iLLXU Il much greater a percentage of marriage racy literature and dramat the democratic vote the propor tion which Hoover uncontestca Bath red from the republican forces It wns estimated that about 50 per cent E tlie registered voters cast ballots Tho vote In Los Angeles county ome of McAdoo and theoretical fort TTCSS of the was the out istanding feature Of the countys 557 precincts gave Hoover Heed Walsh Walshs failure to register more Iheavily also was a surprise Support Vl by McAdoo in the south and a grouj prominent democrats in northern California the Montana senator came n a poor third Frisco Sfrmig for Smith The complete San Francisco vole rjfi precincts was Hoover Smith Reed Walsh Reed lieadnunrters issued a state blaming his defeat on thirsty re publicans and misguided while J TURN TO PAGE 5 COIAJMN 4 The GlobeGazette Offers to Its Readers a Map of Europe The World war remade the map of Europe The map makers and geographers after new surveys and studies have ndw caught up with what war did A map of Europe which shows old and new boundaries old and new spellings nl latest accurate facts has been prepared for our Washington in formation bureau Our readers can now have ah uptodate map for home office or school at nominal cost Tho map Is in full color 21 by 28 inches on heavy paper and the reverse side carries very complete statistical data on areas popula tions coinage debts transporta tion communications etc To our readers at a postage and liandling cost of only 10 cents Send for your copy today Use the attached coupon cs the younger generation war fundamentalism Definite opiii ons and recommendations were fre luent in discussion of such issues but matters oC strictly denominational nterost committments were avoided The address keynote speech of the conference lacting until May 2D was he bishops fouryear report to the disciples of Methodism and ractlcally their last appearance be ore the convention since they are without voice or vote In floor discus sions It was prepared by Bishop Luther n Wiison of New York and concyrred in by the 43 other bishops Door Is Closed Taking up the proposed union o Catholic and Protestant churches the bishops reported the door was closet because the recent encyclical of the Roman pontiff repeats and elaborates the contention that the union of Christendom demands as an uncondi tional requirement the acceptance of papal primacy and subscription to Ro man Catholic dogma If there is to be union the Vati can insists that it must be a return of all the wandering flocks to the his toric a stipulation the bishops made plain was consideration TURN TO PAGE 20 COLOIX 8 Legion Chairman Explains Child Welfare Operations POLICE RELEASE ROCKFORDBOYS Two Questioned to Al sirJV Ilza Niemack Appears Before Joint Meeting at Arm6ry creation ot health board was measures advocated as a minimum welfare legislative program by Sherman Child chairman oC cljild welfare committee at a meeting of several red legionnaires and auxiliary members at the armory Tuesday eve ning Other measures in Jthe program in cluded a rionsupport law tlon law a widow mothers allowance law and a supervising welfare bureau It is by This means of getting eacb community or state to take on its own welfare burdens and not by doling that ths Legion expects to contribute to tho solution of this social problem Mr Child pointed out Ho particular ly emphasized tlie fact that the endowment fund raised a few ears ago is wholly inadequate to which it ake care of the destitute children 6f necessary 18 United States warships Half for Rehabilitation manded In the first place the fund which Tho British as been invested yields an ually Halt of this income is given ver to tho rehabilitation committee nd Is used enlrely for the administra Lve force working on rehabilitation Of the other half used for child velfare only is taken up for overhead expenses at the headtiuar ers The remainder s used either for regional n tact J ThVhbusS immediately tied i self up In a parliamentary knot bye the motion and only after vigorous Boundingof the gavel did the preslc ing officer Representative Mapes re publican Michigan restore order Several Join In Fray Several members jumped Into th Cray contending that Aswells pri posal was not In order under the pn cedure by which the farmmeasure was being considered The chair held Aswells motion in order and the Louisiana member took the floor to debate tho merits of his proposal Aswell contended he sought elim ination of the fee because the bill could not become a law this session if it were retained I make this move so we may have some farm relief he said Dickinson in Defense Opposltlng the motion Representa tive Dickinson republican Iowa one ot the farm bloc leaders declared that it you take out tho fee you destroy the heart ot the bill Ton cannot substitute money for the fee he said There is no way whereby money can stabilize agriculture The fee is the principle for which we have been fighting for seven years The man offering this motion has been opposed to farm relief from the out m Alley ENGLISH FLARE WITH EGYPT IS ENDED FOR TIME Order for Warships to Proceed to Cairo Withdrawn LONDON Mny Egyp tian crisis took a favorable turn to day when Sir Austen Chamberlain foreign minister announced in the house of commons that the instructions had previously been thot to give to certain British had now been counter Will Rogers CHELSEA May got the real kick of my life out avia tion today western Kansas nml flew down to Oklahoma and landed right on the old ranch where Iwas born When I lived there I never tliot anything faster thnn a horse would ever get in there I ask you and plead with you again you luncheon Clubbers will you please paint the name of your town on the top of your tallest building I will pay for the paint if youll lo it Wo Werelost today and nil the towns in Kansas had no names we could make out until we got to Bartlesville which had the name out Are you ashamed of your town Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1928 cabinet discussed the Two lioya5 of about Si years ot who gavethe Inames of Jos Cagndn and Tony Lazzerint of Rockford were arrested by Policemen Risacher nnd Wolfe as suspicious persons at oclock Wednesday They were re leased two hours later after an inves tigation were found to pos sess a sum totaling The arrest was made whan lie boys were found parked in the alley between South Pennsylvania avenue and South Delaware avenue and East State street and First street southeast in a blue Oakland coupe bearing Illinois licensenumber 642655 Nothing was found In the car except a few empty gunny sacks The money was in and 510 bills The greater part of the sum was found to be stuffed loosely in one of Lazzerims pockets When questioned by officers regard ing alleged liquor sales one of them replied understand It is necessary to have the evidence to convict We are merely in Mason City on a pleas ure before Irfizzerlni nnd Cngnonl drove away after their release they called to tho police who were in the station nnd said they would probably meet again Enters Mayo Clinic ROCK FALLS May Eliz abeth and Harriett Perrett went to Rochester Wednesday where Eliza beth will enter the Mayo clinic U Frederic 3 Hnslrin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose lienyvKli 10 cents in Ncoln or stamps for a copy of the MAI OF EUROPE Cily Committee Selects Negro to Replace Madden on Ballot Former Chicago Alderman Is New Nominee of Re publicans CHICAGO May ward commlttecmen substituted for a pri mary election yesterday and named Oscar DePrlest 67 year old Negro as the republican congressional nominee from the first Illinois district His name will replace that of the late Con gressman Madden DePrlest a former alderman and county commissioner is one of many Chicago politicians who doing their careers have beentlie victim of bomb ers His home was bombed several years ago during racial disturbances Madden Hail Ensy Win The first congressional district Is largely populated by negroes yet the late Congressman Maclrlen won renom nation easily over the Negro candi date William 1j No Negro ever has hccu elected to congress from this stjite find there lias been no Nopro member of congress from any stain in 27 years Dawson Indicated he would chal Gordonsville Garage Is Destroyed by Fire GtENVILLE May Jefferson garage at Gordonsville The neivr here was destroyed by fire about noon Tuesday The building which was owned by F H was of hollow tile two sides of which caved in The equipment was owned by Mr Ester gren and was a loss The fire was caused hy the motor a lighting plant backfiring This la the second time Mr Estergren lost a garage ly fire iomes tire allotment the Welfare commit tee used directly for upkeep oE destl tute children without overhead of any kind It would only support six I each state Mr Child explained In Minnesota alone the administration work alone in child welfare amount to The Educational Campaign The Legion welfare organization consists oC a director at Indianapoli and five regional directors while the emalnder ot the work Is done thru the state organizations or local units the speaker stated It has for its chle purpose the carrying on of leprislativi and educational campaigns and thi cooperation with local agencies in every state Tlio endowment fund in tlip firs place was only created to care for th orphans of soldiers but experience showed there was no need of caring for the full orphans for they couli be said But w do get into a problem with the hal orphan whoso surviving parent I usually the mother who refuses t give up the child Had Misconception When tho Lesion went Into th child welfarn work it went into i with a misconceptionthat orphan could be hprdod together and put In to billets It round that full orphan could be placed that halt orphan be wanted by their remainin arents All that could bo got fo he billets was the tmplacabla child hat is the child who was mentally or hyslcally deficient These unplace ble children could not be taken care f properly at the billets for they leed Institutionalizing The Legion Is realizing its mis TURN TO PAGE 5 COLIJMN 5 enge the selection of DePrlest on the ground that the four committeemen vivo made the choice had not received their certificates election the April election and so were un qualified Election officials however saw little cmrlt in the Dawson argu Assistant Attorney General Harri1 also a Negro announced that he i would run as an independent against DePrlest if the Dawson petition werel denied Was Once IiuHcfeii Independent Xegro leaders have pe titioned Governor Small to call a spe cial election to fill the unexplred term of the late Congressman Madden They proposed that tho man chosen at such election be named by the ward commltteemen as tlie candidate on the republican ticket In Xovembcr Gover nor Small bos not Indicated his atti tude DePriest himself was one ot the four commltteemen who named him for the congressional nomination During his term as alderman Do Priest was indicted In connection with graft scandals the charge beingho lind received approximately Our Weather Man GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period enclins at oclock a m Wednesday Highest Tuesday IK Degrees Ixmcst in Night 54 Degrees At A M 67 Degrees As if consciously trying to show up April by the contrast method May turned loose on North Iowa Tuesday one of the most wonderful days tha could bo imagined And Wednesday started out almost ns promisingly nltho thero was a brisk south wint that threatened to detract from the warmth that was In prospect at oclock the mercury had renchei l7 degrees a temperature oxcoedei from the owners of vice and gambling only once in the entire month o places lie was acquitted April STEWARTS OIL BONDS NEWS TO SIN GLAIR CLAIM Neither One Knew Other Was Getting Continental Profits Egyptian reply to the British demands this morning The reply bad been anded to the British high commis oner at Cairo Inst night It explained that the public lies bill to which the British govern lent took exception had been put side until next November This did tot meet the desires of Great BrltAln withdrawal plained the a of the bill In view atlheiJ tion ot the Kgyptian this was taken into consideration by the British government It is prob able that there will be further ox changes before definite action is taken on either side VICE CONSUL AT SHANGHAI LOST U S Official Leaves Home to Play Golf and Has Not Been Seen SHANGHAI China May Walter B Wilson Greenville AT American vice consul at Shang hai since 11120 disappeared yesterday morning after leaving his residence presumably to plrty golf He had not returned up to a late hour tonight nnd a search for him has boen unavailing Mr Wilson a vacation in the United States roturneil to Shanghai on March 25 He is a memlier of n prominent fftmlly nnd several of his are West Point graduates WASHINGTON May Harry F Sinclair told the renate Tea pot Dome committee today that he nd Robert W Stewart chairman of he board of the Standard Oil Com mny of Indiana frequently discussed lie Continental Trading company ol deal but that neither disclosed to the other that he was getting bonds from tlie ContlnentaV or H M in or i who d escrlb ed a8 the clpal the committee lias been that Stewart and Sinclair r ceived more than three quarters ot million each after the Continental ha sold oil to their companies at a prof of 25 cents a barrel This money they have testified has now been turned back Slncla Crude Oil purchasing company owne Jointly by Oie Sinclair and Standard o Indiana Interests Sinclair said today that his oil co corns and the standard of Indian entered Into partnership for busines It was advantageous to he declared explaining that both his com panies and the Indiana had large re fineries in Chicago antt Kansas City nnd they wont In together on tho Sin clair Pipe Linn company so as to get oil to those refineries PRESIDENT IS OFFICIAL HOST TO AIR HEROES Foreign Aviators Guests at Luncheon in White i House WASHINGTON Stay white house was thrown open to day to the GermanIrish crew of ths airship Bremen and awaiting them was the Distinguished Flying Cross which the American congress had voted to decorate the breasts of two men who only a decadeago wore the garb of enemies Baron Von Huenefeld Major Fits maurlce and Captain Koehl first to span the north Atlantic on a west ward flight were officially received by President Coolldga at noon while more than persons jammed about the white house to catch glimpse of tho men whose flight marked a stride in transoceanic navigation Earlier in tho day they had been greeted by high government officials diplomats army and navy officers and fellow flyers at Boiling field where they made their otficlal entry into the city President Pins Medals The white house ceremonies in cluding the presentation of tho crosses and a luncheon with Mr and Mrs oolldge wound up a busy morning nd left the afternoon open for a trlfo te to the unknown soldier in Arling on Col Osman Iatvobe the military Ide read the citations commending he feat of the Bremens crew and Opolidge stepped forward and pinned the meflals on the lett jreast of each He then ijhooK y GUESTS AT CAPITAL NEW ENDURANCE EFFORT STARTS New Yorker Hops Off to Lower Record for Time in Air ROOSKVELT IS May 2 Carpenter P T A Elects an exciting false start CARPENTER Mny for earlier In the day Royal V Thomas ho coming year were elected at the T A Friday evening Mrs Cliff Jllgon was chosen president of the committee which consists of Mrs Eiiv ma Gerlach Miss Blanche Thoreon Wrs Art Cjwcltl and Mrs K Hollatz BULOW PRAISES FARM PROSPECTS South Dakota Governor De clared MidWest Is No Peer for Farmers SIOUX cirY Mny bilities of further development of agri culture find means ot aiding that which has been developed have been enlarged upon at tho nnnual corwen tlon ot the Western Grain Dealers association here Gov W J Billow of South Dakota last night toid the delegates that agrl culture and power resources of the northwest have scarcely been touched Xo land on the fnce ot the earth has the possibilities nnd probabilities of the Mississippi ami Missouri rive Clifford Bflz Conrad president o the organization dealing with proba bilities nnd actualities warned that enactment of tho Cnrnway hill to pre vent publlcntlon ot government fore casts of future and cotton yields acreiigcH and prices would result in destruction of the prain industry nnd former army flyer took the nir un accompanied at oclock eas tern daylight time this afternoon in nn effort to beat the enduranceflight record of 53 hours 36 minutes and 41 seconds Murder of Chicago Usher Starts New Drive on Crime Federal Agencies Promise Action Unless City Gets Busy CHICAGO Mny Sun day night murcier of the 17 year old theater usher Pearl Egglcston lias challenged Chicago public opinion from Its letlinrgic tolerance ot crime Three powerful public city council the U SdlHtrict attor ttieir protests against crime have been added those of the city governments ot Oak Park where Miss Kggleston lived and Ber wyn where sho was slain Tho city council in a resolution ndfling to rewards already posted by others demanded that every means be exhnlisted by police to bring the girls alnyors to justice Kntiro City The entire said tho resell tlon is stunned with horror at the wanton blooded murder ot Mis This crime is a challenge to organized noy and tho circuit hnve answered To crime and its union with poli Ics Circuit judges appointed three of heir number to investigate charges of he Chicago crime commission that criminals have made mockery ot Jus tice here Stewards totaling have heen offered including by the city of Bcrwyn and by the manage ment of tlio Kit theater where Miss on worked and where she was shot by one of three men who robbed the ticket office Sunday night The intensive man hunt which was TURN TO PAfiK COLUMN H started within the Kgglesion oC the cashiers case with a few minutes girl fell to the after floor urgcrl nrlnpClon of he McNiiryilnufr Ocorsc K Q Johnson S district en hill only to provide proof that It would not solve the farm prnliioms for which it la proposed aa a remedy bullet thru her abdomen resulted In the ar rest today ot Daniel Rooney 20 Chi cage Iilonlifkil Ho was partially Identified as one ot the roup responsible for the hold up and slaying police said Rooney police had heen arrest ed before on robbrry olutrges Tlie girls today took on the attributes eC a solemn civic rite Tho mayor of Herivyn and the aUlerrncn attorney declared that the federal 1 of that suburb were to attend In a prnvernment might bn coinprllotl to Ini body ns were representatives tcrvcne unless public opinion Itself lot Oak Tnrk ana AUNT HEX By Robert Guillen His name is William an nobody ever calls him Bill an that means hes the kind that will go ahead an do some fool thing he dont really want to do just to show his wife she cant boss WASHINGTON May crew of the Bremen was welcomed to Washington today as pioneers whoso feat symbolized the evernarrowing distances between the nations of tho world Coming by train in the early morn inglioure the GermanIrish trio which accomplished the first nonstop flight of nn nilplane over the north Atlantic from the east received from Secretary representing the American government the formal greetings ot the nation to supplement he tumultuous welcome they were given in New York City Their trip to Washington was made mostentntlously but their greeting at Boiling field where the formal exer cises were held wasboth enthusiastic and Impressive The three Huenefeld Fitzmaurlco and Koehl were met ot the aviation field by Maj Howard Davidson tha commandant who transferred thorn from private auto mobiles to army machines and they nade thaiappearance before the crowds to tho accompaniment ot mu sic and salutos MnritfI Another Under a brilliant sun with only oc casional to ruffle tho German and Irish tings and the Stars and Stripes which had been raised the visitors were greeted by Secretary Kellogg as men who had marked an other milestone on the path of mans conquest over the forces of nature It is with deepest admiration for your magnificent exploit that I wel come you on behalf ot the American people nnd the United the sec retary said Yours was indeed a tank to test the powers ot human endur ance anrt Its successful accomplish ment has stirred the entire nation Moreover I like to consider your achievement symbolical of the ever narrowing distances which separata   

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