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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 3, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                OnM OITJV C1T MAY 319S8 IOWA WEATHER Cloudy and cooler tonight preceded by thunder showers this afternoon or tonight In extreme east portion Fri day probably fair cooler In eitrems southeast portion AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES North Iowas Daily Newspaper final Edition Edited for the VOL XXIIV CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 3 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONA NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 178 NOBILE DIRIGIBLE ON WAY TO SMTZBERGEN Fee Vote Applies Only to First Section of Bill V ASWELL MOTION VICTORY RULED BUTTEMPORARY Blouse Must Consider Re mainder of Measure Says Mapes BULLETIN WASHINGTON May Reforming its shattered lines sup porters of tho McNaryHaugen relief bill toilay defeated their opponents in tlio first skirm ish of the day by a vote of 199 to 110 The vote mine on nn amend ment by Representative Aswell democrat Louisiana to eliminate asection ot the measure WASHINGTON May house today temporarily un tangled itself from the most complex parliamentary filiation in years by deciding that Us vote yesterday against tho equalization fee provision of the McNaryHaugen bill had con stituted only an opening wedge against the fee machinery Representative Mapes republican Michigan presiding held that the As well amendment designed to elim inate the fee applied only to the first section of the bill ind that other sections ot the measure still must be consldereS by the house for amend ment Tbe principal fee provisions are In other than that already passed upon and as a result the house with the necessity of again pon the fee ffrom the decision of Northwestern Iowa Damaged in Severe Rain Wind Storm Loss of Reported Near Sioux City Nebras ka Also Hit DBS MOINES May ot the Northwestern Bell Telephone company today re ported that following last nights storm in northwest loxva service had been restored at all damage centers except Cherokee Cherokee IVHS still isolated this morning CIOTJX CITY May O estimated at many thousands ol dollars was caused last night by vio lent wind and rain storms which raited northwestern Iowa and north eastern Nebraska last night One man was reported seriously injured Near Moville 20 miles east of here a terrific wind storm lasting more than an hour caused damage estl mated at A number ot farm buildings were reported wrecked and telephone and telegraph poles an1 trees were laid to the ground accord ing to meagre reports gained from flickering communication lines The storm did no appreciable dam ago In Moville Cherokee Hard Hit Another center of heavy damag was in the vicinity of Cherokee where the Illinois Central railroad agent reported the root ot the round house blown off nnd the main line of the road blocked by cars lifted from a siding to the main tracks Tho town was not badly affected the damaged area being slightly east of that place The Injured man struck by a flying timber from the round house was taken to a Cherokee hos Seeing FlyerHusbands DANIELS TURNS DOWN OFFER TO HEAD3RDPARTY Democrats Unfriendly to Smith Attempt to Bolt Ranks WASHINGTON May Senator Reed Missouri candidate for the democratic presidential nomination today disavowed re sponsibility for the suggestion made by Wilbur Legette of Cali fornia that an independent party bo formed in the event of the nom ination of Governor Smith of New York w ASWELL is VICTOR WASHINGTON May 8 Whether they had definitely killed the controverted equalization fee In tha McNaryHaugen farm relief bill by their vote yesterday on a motion by Representative Aswell democrat Louisiana was a question to be de cli d today by house members They were in heated disagreement at last nlghtn adjournment over the Issue precipitated when by a vote of 341 to 120 they Approved the motion of Aswell ranking democrat on the house agriculture committee to strike out the first esction of the bill propos ing a declaration ot policy In favor of controling farm surpluses Claims Fee Killed A furore of parliamentary debate followed when tho body was Informed by Representative Cannon democrat Missouri house parliamentarian un der Speaker Champ Clark that by such vote it had killed the equaliza tion fee Aswell had offered a complete sub stitute for the McNaryHaugen meas ure carrying all but the fee provision and had announced If his motion car ried ho would move to substitute his bill section by section as each phase oC the measure before the house was taken up Achieving victory On his first move he then started to offer another mo tion to strike out the second section of the McNaryHaugen bill but Can non Intervened contending the house TURN TO PAGE 22 COLUMN 8 pital His identity was not learned The stricken area waa virtually iso and reports wereobtained onl about wire connections Nebraska JJeels Wind Wind arid rain reportedto have inflicted considerable damage at Bancroft and Thurston Nebr At the latter place a cloudburst did some damage nnd telephone and telegraph poles were laid low for miles around Bancroft At Homer a building was reported lifted from its foundation car rlert 100 yards Into a field and par tially wrecked In South Dakota heavy rains and winds occurred but no damage was reported Mrs R Greeson telephone opera tor Moville told the Associated Press early Thursday that damage reported In that district occurred sev eral miles south and east of Moville AbiviUe Wires Ooivn No one was hurt as far as she hai been able to learn Farm dwelling were damaged and outbuildings wer blown down On the Gus Zflllmer farm a barn was wrecked and three horse killed Barns and other buildings on th TVilliam Wilson farm were demolishe ind five cows killed and other llv stock Injured Other farmers repor Ing buildings and damage homes were Ben Thomas Cecil Spek IASHINGTON May A third party movement among democrats unfriendly to Gov Alfred Smith had poked its head into e political spotlight today following he New York executives decisive vie oiy in California presidential prl aries What success the effort will achieve emains to be seen Its frist attempt 3 find willing candidates has failed Josephus Daniels secretary of the avy under President Wilson put his oot down hard on a move made by Wilbur Legette California manage or Senator Reed1 to hov cabinet VDtf leer PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES TO BE QUESTIONED Committee Wants to Know About Campaign Expenditures In the United States to sec their flyerhusbands feted Mrs James Fitzmaurice nnfl Mrs Herman Koehl are shown here during New York Citys welcome to tho transAtlantic Lett toright in the photo are Mrs Fitzmaurice Mrs Clarence Chamberlain wife of the flyor who went over the Atlantic from America to Germany Mrs Herman Koehl arid in front Patricia Fitzmaurice daughter of Irish aviator XirASHINGTON May VV presidential candidates are to be asked to appear before the special senate committee named to inquire into campaign expenditures The committee dispatched telegrams today to all of the candidates ask ing them to testify at their conveni ence and also to name their agents who could report on expenditures Chairman Stelwer believes a start on the Investigation ordered by the senate may be made next Monday In view of the fact that many of the candidates already are In Washing ton Quizzing ot the candidates them selves Is a new procedure in this kind of an Investigation Fourteen six republicans and eight dem asked by telegraph to please indicate earliest convenient date for the taking of your They O Lowden Herbert Hoover and Sena tors Watson Indiana Curtiss Kan sns Norrls Nebraska Goff West Virginia Smith of New York Senators Tteed ot Missouri I Walsh Montana and George Georgia I Governor Ritchie Maryland Repre sentatlve CordeU Hull Tennessee Gil 1 bert It Hitchcock Nebraska and Atlee Pomerene Ohio Will Rogers OMAHA May flew In from Chelsea bucking a headwind See by the papers that every appropriation bill is being passed Too bad you didnt ask for something for you would have got It Suppose four different groups from four different parts of the country all want something and nil trade votes with each other so thnt everybody gets theirs what chume hns the treasury got There are times when It looks like the James boys got their rob bery reputation on mighty scant evidence If all these appropria tions jjo thru then Jndd Grey and Ruth Snyder were Innocent Yours ROGERS Copyright DENISON WANTS BREMEN FLYERS TO VISIT IOWA GermanIrish Aviators Land at New York From Washington MILTJ2R FIELD STATEN IS LAND N May HermanIrish crow of tlio trans Atlantic monoplane Bremen came back to New York today hi a sis ter ship of transocean piano alter receiving the welcome ot the nations capital The flyers landed in the Junkers F13 using the re paired ot the Bremen at oclock eastern daylight time SWEDEN SIGHTS GIANT SHIP ON ARCTICJLIGHT Expedition Will Stop at Kings Bay to Set Up Base STOCKHOLM Sweden May 3 Umberto NoMle fly ing tlio iliriglblo Italia from Stolp lo Spitsbergen tor Arctic exporo 1ioiiB lias licen favored with won derfully fine weather In the Toy UKO over Sweden After winging over the Baltic tlm Ilalia passed above Swedish territory at Ciirlscrona at a and following the Swedish east coastline passed Osharshamm at A direct course was then heId lor Stockholm which was reached nt 11 ocloclt STOLP Germany T and Roy Spangler Tha operator had been unable reach a considerable district which might have been In the storms path TURN TO PAGE 22 COLTJJIN 8 The GlobeGazette OHers Baseball Rules for Its Readers Johnny Evers knew the rules and Fred Merkle did not Hence Chi cago won a National league pen nant from New York because Merkle didnt bother to touch sec ond base on a hit which otherwise would have scored two runs in the last half of the ninth and won the deciding game many a decisive play may be saved by knowing the rules Play ers and spectators alike get more out ot baseball If they know the game thoroly and have a set of rules at hand for quick reference Use the coupon la tf si Frederic J llaslfin Director The Mason City GlobeGaielte Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith 0 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of lie booklet BASEBALL RULES Name Street City Slain BOMBS DROPPED ON SHANGHAI Warships and Railway Are Targets of Northern Armies Planes leaded1 by Bead or Senator re lublican Idaho It SmithAis nominated nd either Reed or Borah agree to make the race Daniels Turns Thumbs Neither Reed nor Borah has been leard from It was not stated In the Angeles dispatches carrying the tte appeal to Daniels whether either senator had been consulted Daniels however at his Raleigh N home refused flatly to accept a third party nomination declared ho would support the nominees at Hous ton and saw little chance to wrest ho government from the hands of privilege and corruption unless tho democratic party won at the polla He added I expect that convention to declare without equivocation for the sacred inforcement ot prohibition and alt oth er laws and do not believe any man It will nominate will be ns indifferent nnd as Inefficient In Inforcement ns Mellon has been under the Harding and Coolldge administrations No Hope for Third Party I see no hope for any third party Enough prohibition democrats will be elected In congress to guarantee no weakening of prohibition laws I woul rather not accept a nomination on any third party Rather than nee another split In democratic ranks auch as occurrec In the hectic Madison Square garden onventlon four years ago and found he party severely wanting for sup iort In the November elections that gave coolidare his first elective term ibservers today saw In the Daniels tatement the first tangible evidence of a cry within the ranks for complete agreement on the partys standard bearer next November NEWS SCHOOL Full Days Program Mapped Out for Correspondents and Publicity Folk A news schol sponsored hy the GlobeGazette Friday will attract ap proximately 150 correspondents Farm 3urcau members Boy Scouts scribes college and high school students and club wonien whV in one way or an SHANGHAI May planes one of them seaplane Clew over Shanghai today and dropped four Coal Operators and Rail Official Fail to Agree on Their Rate Differences CINCINNATI Ohio May Rejecting a proposed compromise dif ferential and falling to agree upon any other medium to settle their rail rate differences to lake ports northern and southern cool operators and rail road officials adjourned their confer other come into contact more or less with the news department of tho lobeGazette The forenoon sossion bcgrinnlnK at 10 oclock willbo devoted to prob lems common to country correspond ents News representatives from nine or ten counties In Iowa and from a few points In southern Minnesota will be present for thts Preparations for the noon lunch eon have been completed by the worn en of tho Baptist church It will be served In the dining hall of tho Bap tist church and will be participated in by all of those at the news school who are from outside oC Mason City In addition to the correspondents and Farm Bureau representatives a few editors from other Xorth Iowa points will be present The hour between 1 and 2 oclock will be given over to an Informal dis cussion and at 2 oclock the orowt will be augmented by the arrlva ot a group of students from the Jun lor college and high school An In spectlon of the plant at oclock sharp will bo the closing event o the general program and the open Ing eVciit of a party to be given b tho womans editor for club publlclt representatives of Mason City IT J Metcalf of Ames will be I charge of the entire program glvin talks nnd leading In tlio Informal di cUBSions Representatives from tb news and business departments tlie GlobeGazeto will talk Informally too bombs They exploded in tho vicinity of the Shanghai south railway sta tlon and among the nationalists war ships anchored off the Klangnan arl enal TWO women and two cows njured The planes were believed to be from the northern cruiser Halchi which fls off Woasung Their flight over the international settlement caused a great commotion They returned unscathed No Ground for Optimism TOKYO May plined southern troops are looting and firing from houses In various parts ot the city of Tslnanfu according to once an hour after noon today Our Weather Man GOING STRONG loosevelt Field Flyer Ends Third of Time Needed to Break Record ROOSEVELT FIELD N May 3 more than a third of his eccssary time in the air behind him oynl V Thomas Hone hand aspirant r the world enduranse flight record asstll circling above thb1 elds today took the air In a ship slml r to Charles Levinea Columbia htch made an endurance record ear ago nt p m eastern day ght time yesterday He would have o stay up until tomorrow ight to set a new record On the way lie hoped to beat Und orghs record for an unaccompanied light oC 33 hours and ahalf which o would surpass by staying In the Ir until in oclock tonight Wanted Stoclc Quotations Except for a note if lie had spilled y gasoline on the takeoff Thomas did not communicate with the ground j Harry Hill Out of Jail Puts Flowers on Mothers Grave STREATOTl May Hurry HIM free under bopd awaiting n second trial for matricide has moved ivlth his father Into tho house In which his mothers body was found buried In a basement grave last September One of young Hills first acts upon his release from jail at Qttumwa was to go to Springfield and place flowers on tlie grave oC the mother he Is charged with having slain NAVY BUILDING Senate Committee Puts 0 K on House 15Cruiser Recommendation GlobeGazette weather figures for Robbers Elude Police Car and Escape With in Diamonds KANSAS CITY IWay men bold up the Diamond shop two blocks from po lice headquarters here today and es caped with jewels valued at nfter disarming n policeman and elud ing two automobile loads of officers during bis first day In the nlr tho he reports on the weather by radio every two hours Shortly before noon a message was dropped from the plane asking If a irevious message dropped in a mfllv JOttle had been received Search re sulted In recovery of the bottle nnd a message reporting that everything was going Had R goad the message read Its a gnat life Nothing to do till tomorrow With the time near ly hdlf Im qillte 1 an make Thomas also asked for the quota tlons of several stocks Oltlahoman Tries for Record CHICKASHA May Hart local aviator took off alone In his monoplane lere tills morning in an effort to set i now worlds record for sustained flight Despite a cross wind he man aged a neat take off before tho heav ily loaded plane had traversed a mllo of the runway Hln official starting lime Wrts announced ns WASHINGTON May iroval was given today hy the senate naval committee to the house buflding rogram of 15 light cruisers and nn additional airplane carrier There waf some discussion about adding some other craft such as submarines and destroyer leaders but finally decision was made to retain the house pro gram on the ground that amendments might Jeopardize tho legislation at this session vantif the GermanIrish ol the runsAtlantic plane Bremen to repay he visit Its Illustrious son Clarence May The sturdy dirigible Italia which withstood a night otbuffeting by ad verse weather on Its trip from Milan Italy on April 151C was headed north today for the fringe ot Arctic wastes which It la to explore Taking off from Seddln airdrome nrnr here at a the airship which Is carrying an Italian expedi tion to explore North Polar landn had on bdard two passengers who once before crossed over the North Pole In a Umberto Noblle commander of the expedition and Titlana Ha fox terrier mascot Were With Amundsen They flew over the pole In Ixorgo two years ngo with Roald Amundsen ard Lincoln I311sworth The Italia will go to Kings Bay Spitsbergen where tho supply ship Cltta TJI Mllano which will used Us a base tor explorations la awaiting airelilpB arrlvlal move than WatUo Iglble would land cnroute al Vadsoe on the northern rim of Norway to hamberlln paid to Germany last summer Thru Chaniberlln who started in Now York nnd landed his plane In n bognear Kottbus Germany Denfson ins extended an invitation to naron Ion llucneCeli Capt Herman Koehl ind Col Tames Fltzmnurlce to come jere and be feted for their flight from aldonnel to Greenly Island Leave for New York WASHINGTON Muy adventurous crew of the Bremen viiled away from Washington today or New York wearing on their coat npcls the Insignia of the American Distinguished 1lylng Cross and chor shing expressions of the good will of ha capital which were poured upon Iiom during their onedays visit here Up early with bands blistered from ho hearty handshakes which had greeted them yesterday and last night the three Bnron Von Huenefeld MaJ Fitzmaiirlce nnd Captain Koehl went to Boiling field long before 8 oclock tuned up their Junkers plane and took the air Knelil at the Sficlr piloting take on additional gas and benzine The route was tentatively set to cover about miles from Stolp to Vad soe passing over Gothland and Stock holm KiiiKn Is Base The Italia has a niora amhllloun program than that mapped ftir the Ntnge Several flights during the spring and summer will be marie from the bnse at Kings Bay One will be to nscertnin if any land exists nn either side of the route followed by Peary Another will bo made to Lenin land formerly Nicholas II land The ship carried an Italian flan to be dropped at tho pole and n wooden cross with a spiked bnse which was presented to General Noblle by Pope Plus to bo flxcl in tho Ice thcro Captain Koehl was piloting the huge piano a twin ship oE the Bre men when It departed nt a in Less than 100 persons saw the take off R R Blytbe New York nnd Freii Melchlor a Junkers mechanic were also Aboard the plane Major Davidson field commandant mounted tho left wing leaning over in the cockpit for a last farewell to the TLRN TO PAfiK 32 8 BUREAU DEMANDS FIGHT ONHOOVER Farmers Resolve to Use Every Means to Prevent Nomination Conservatism Is Keynote of Methodist Conference late dispatches received by the war 24 hour period ending at oclock department here today The dispatches state there is little ground for optimism as to the situa tion and it Is implied that no discrim ination Is being made between Chnese and Japanese altho this last Is not definitely stated The nationalist generalissimo Chi ang KniSliplc is to have lost all control jf his troops m Thursday Highest Wednesday 85 Decrees lowest in Night 51 Decrees At a m R3 Decrees The warmest day of the season was dished out to Mason City Wednesday the mercury rising 5 degrees higher than on nny previous clay Thursday rlaivned cloudy with rain more of a prospect than sunshine Jardine Tells Ministers Preach CoOperation to Farmers KEWANT3E May Three thousand seven hundred mem bers of the Henry county Farm Bu reau lelievlng the attitude of Herbert Hoover biased nnd unfair toward have resolved to uso every means in their power to prevent his nomination and prevent his eleo tton to the office of president should ho recehetlie The resolution which was passed unanimously nt a meeting of ship committeemcn in tho county seat Cambridge blames Hoover for the residents disapproval of farm legis ilion Bloomfield Man Shoved Under Wheels of Train by His Brothers Truck May Mack Wise 75 was instantly killed when crushed under tlie wheels of Wabash train No 53 at 8 a m He was assistant In the mall messenger service hero and was forced under the train when a mall truck driven hy his brother Ed Wis backed into him Clinton Girl Succumbs After Drink of Kerosene May Smith 18 months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Smith who reside eaflt of Clinton drank n small quan tity of kerosene yesterday afternoon I condition was said to died a short timo later DwiRlit Morrow SHKnly III MEXICO CITV May 3 AP Dwlght W Morrow United States am rassndorto Mexico was confined to his bed today with a bad be cold His not scrl KANSAS CITY May Rearing out forecasts that conserva tism would be the keynote of iio quadrennial general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church here by blocking the first attempt for formal discussion of fundamentalism anrl modernism the delegates today turned to surveys looking to extension of world activities While the Rev Sloan of Had donfleld N said he would conlln ue his efforts to start an investigation of what he termed the advance ol modernism in many church Delegates generally viewed the as closed as far as the conferenci here is concerned Several bishop and delegates pointed t yesterdays voto of almost ten to on against consideration of tills issue which resulted when Mr Sloan avowed fundamentalist introduced resolution proposing such an Inqulrs nn indication of the conference and on this question After listening to this Episcopal ad ress prepared by the H bishops ot he church to dhow the scope of lethodlst activities during the Iiift our years the various committees tnrtcd to perfect I heir organization nd to consider reports on a variety f subjects William M Jardine secretary of igrlciilture recommended study of irlncipln Involved In wile of 00 bushels of grain direct to Knslisli mills by the Canadian wheat pool In vn address ou rural work before tlio board of homo missions Before wo can havestrong ual and religious we mus take care of the economic Secretary Jardine Raid The formei mttst learn to cooperate without ousles and factionalism nnd witbon friction In organization politics Tl Canadian wheat pool Is an education In itself for the farmers I earnestly recommend that you preach to Ine farmer this lesson of strung lion nnd central agency for sellinp his AUNT HET By Robert Quillen If callers aint got no more sense than to come when Im gettin dinner aint got no more manners than to invite em back to the kitchen where Im   

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