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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 8, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Somewhat unsettled tonight and Wednesday Warmer tonight in south end extreme east porlton AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIBB REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 8 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 182 RUSHES FRESH DIVISION TO SHANTUNG ENGLAND fifES IL S TRIP peasant Leader Says For mer Prince Wont Be Recalled BULLETIN SIBIU Rumania Siay leaving for Bucharest Julio Maniu leader of the national peasivnts said that the peasants had no connection what ever with former Crown Princo Carol and did not Intend to recall him ONDON May British J government today ordered former Jrown Prince Carol ot Rumania to the country Recent Carollst ac jUvltieg have become too embarrassing She government decided Ji Carol Intimated that he might go to tmerlca Headmitted a manifesto md been printed In London saying hat he awaited only a call from Ru i nanla to return to assume the throne h place his 6 year old son King Ilchacl Copies of this manifesto he said had leen sent to America some time ago ind were ordered distributed on Sat prday Strong Support in America I have had no financial assistance Carol said But I have strong support there It is pos Mble that it my plans fail I shall isit The manifesto was also to have been thruout Rumania by alr lane but the British government arningr of this plan prevented the nes from leaving England Police were on guard today at the krrcy Carpi Is staying 1e Hoover Watson in Stiff Indiana Fight Al Smith Is Seeking Vote of Alabamans Hoosier Democratic Prefer ence Will Go to Evans Woollen JNDIANAPOLIS May 1 strenuous battle between Herbert Hoover and Senator James E Watson for the states 33 delegates to the Kansas City convention and for the republican presidential preference vote the NEW ATLANTIC HOPFORLINDY BOBS UP AGAIN Report Ford Backing Venture Flyers Visit Detroit May FIGHTING FOR CONTROL OF CfilNA ports that Col Charles A Lind bergh plans another transAtlantic attracted nationwide interest in Indiana primary today Senator Watson did not end his this time over the northern air paign until the last minute to England the project to bs made a radio address from Fortjbacked by Henry Ford were revived Wayne last night after having with the arrival ot the famous three speeches in that Hoover strong hold during the day Watson forces predicted victory In every district while Oscar G Foel inger etata campaign manager for issued a statement declaring Hoover would win by a comfortable margin Democrat Is Unopposed The democratic presidential prefer ence will go unopposed to Evans Woollen Indianapolis banker Names written in on the ballots will invali date the vote The campaign for state offices and or short term seat In the senate ended ost night with candidates delivering ast minute speeches from platforms and over radios Radio stations over he state and several powerful out stato stations have been utilized by a number of candidates from the be ginning the campaign In one Instance Kenesaw M LandiS order oC h unicatcd to Carol shortly after light by three Scotland Yard off The requcst that Carol leave was in with the usual procedure a foreigner uses English terri ys the center for intrigues against Sndly government Detectives fall on Prince of various government de ments including the homo and feu ofCices conferred last night Shen instructed Scotland Yard to TUto operation its usual machinery ydding the country of an unwanted Of Cicials from Scotland Yard eu Goflstone where Carol has been guest of a fellow countryman M escu lo inform Carol and his host irol and Magda Lupcscu with m ho eloped from Rumania anil r host and hostess had motored i Godstone to London earlier in the ilng and had concealed the purpose the trip This set various rumors ng but It was learned later that y had merely gone to amotion pic theater to see a film called We e All MARCHERS ARE QUIET iUCTTAREST Rumania May whole of Transylvania fa resembled an armed camp as peasants marched on tliecapital emand from the regency a change government iiere was no doubt that the regency a cabinet wero disturbed by the anifestatlon altho statement of the TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 8 i de gc k The GlobeGazette Offers the Official Rules of Baseball With runners on first and second and no ons out the batter ar infield fly which the baseman catches He to first before the rminer s on that base can get back e base Is it a double play ucstlons like this constantly In baseball With tho rules hand they can be promptly ied Spectators who know tho s will understand such plays if they can not hear the um s statements A handy book of baseball rules will be useful players and to fans the coupon J Hnsliln Director 1lie Mason CityGlobeGazette information Hureau Washington C I I enclose herewith 6 cents In Voin or stamps for a copy of the yjoolilef RASEBALt RULES 17 son of tor the republican ernor traveled li v 4JsTKo flyer ostensibly for conferences with Ford officials Lindbergh accompanied by Lieut Com P V H Weems U S N navi gator landed at the Ford airport last night after an unannounced flight from New York and Immediately went into conference with William B Mayo chief engineer of the Ford Motor com pany Only a few mechanics were at the field when the flyers arrived and after indicating they would be here for a few days the two hurried to the Ford offices and later panied Mr Mayo to his home Mayo together with William B Stout is in charge of aeronautic activities of the Ford company Neither Colonel Lindbergh nor Mr Mayo would comment regarding tho purpose of the visit the general In terpretation in flying circles however was that it concerned tho reported transAtlantic project which first when Lindbergh sent lehes of his father who suddenly became III Senator Arthur H Robinson faces a stiff fight in his effort to regain nomi nation Solon J Carter Indianapolis attor ney and Attorney General Arthur L TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 8 CHOOSES HOOVER Cabinet Man Has Clear Sail ing in Primary Senator Bruce Wins BALTIMORE May A preference for Herbert Hoover ex pressed by Maryland voters in the primary election yesterday choice of Senator William Cabeli demo crat and former Gov Philips Lee Goldsborough republican as party candidates for tho United States sen atorshlps and renominatlon of all pre sent members of the house of repre sentatives were demonstrated in tho county of the primary vote Carryingeven interest to pol iticians In the state was the contest which the republican national commil teeman William P Jackson emerged victorious in control of tho state con vention despito the efforts of a group Including former Senator O E Wel ler that sought to oust him from his committee post by putting forward candidates for tho convention Mr Hoover war the only candi date on the presidential ticket re publican voters casting ballots either for him gation or for an uninstructed dele route only Pnfith a pvgyides landing placemen Grace Now foundland Iceland and Croyden field England Altho rumor had linked Ford HS sponsor for the reported flight ver iflcation has not been forthcoming from company officials the genera inference being that nay such an nouncement must await the return from Europe next week of Ford Lawler Youth Shot Accidentally While Hunting for Gopher LAWLER May Natvip son oC IT C Natvlg living five miles noit of Lawlor accidentally shot himsel with a 22 caliber gua Sunday whil hunting gophers He was brot to Lawler and taken t the hospital at New Hampton whcr the bullet was removed The shot entered the upper part o his foot Natvig played center on th Lawler high school basketball tcarr last season and is a senior in hlgl school Here are the two rival war lords of China depredations and war tlireats havo excited Ja pan In send considerable num bers of troops to the province of Shantung where the bulk ot the flghtlnc between the two had taken place emlancering the lives of Japanese Left Is Gen Chiang TsoIJn chief of the norther ners defender of Peliing anil right General KaiShek leader of the southerners and with whom the Japanese nro In a virtual state of war PLAGE NO BLAME FORACCIDENT Jurors Return Verdict of Accidental Death in Ames Tragedy Grant McGowaii returned to Mason City Monday evening from Ames where he was present at the coron ers inquiry into the death of Mrs J F Moravets GO of that city who was killed in an automobile collision with a car driven by tho Mason Citj man The coroners jury returned SL ver diet of accidental death and placed no blame for the accident which oe Siiudav aind In which wo Qowari suffered whoso car hai swerved to the wrong side of the roa just before the accident testified a the hearing that he could not espial how he happened to lose control o his car except that he might have fal len asleep The car in which the Mornvet were riding was thrown into the ilitc and overturned PRESBYTERIAN UNION IS URGED AT K C Ihurch Leaders Sign Re solution Offered at Convention KANSAS CITY May Organic union of the Methodist church with the Presbyterian church n the United States of America was isked in a resolution presented to the secretary of the iuadrennlul general conference of tho Methodist Episcopal church hero today by the Rev Ray Allun Hornell N and signed by nearly GO or tho churchs iniMit educational leaders anl editors Troops Will Be Camped at Belmond on May 25 BELMOND May Dav enport has announced that the second battalion of the eighteenth field artil lery will camp In Belmond on the evening of May 25 One hundred and eighty men and ISO horses will be In the camp The camp site has been selected and tha troop will stay in a pasture a quarter of a mile south of Belmond Tho troop Is on its way from Fort DCS Mblnes to Camp Mc Coy in Wisconsin Farmers Ask Slush Fund Be Taken Out of Measure Haugen Urged to Eliminate Provision in Farm Aid Bill DES MOINES May do mand that a slush fund provision of the McNaryHaugen bill be eliminated from tho measure before It Is finally disposed ot by con gress Is contained In telegrams sent today to Representative G N Hau gen of Iowa and Senator Arthur C Capper ot Kansas by a group of farm leaders form eight middlewestern states meeting here ns members ot the corn belt purchasing committee The messages were signed by Mllo Reno president of the Iowa Farm era union DCS Moincs M W Thatch er St Paul C E Brasted Kansas City States of Montana North Dakota South Dakota Minnesota Illinois Iowa Missouri and Kansas aro repre sented In the committee We the message stated that great possibilities for evil aro con tained In this provision and tlie pro posed fund can be used either to destroy or to create any ganiation that any administration might desire or disapprove If you will Investigate the lobby behind this pro vision It will ho disclosed that these funds aro being sought by a few lead ers ofcooperatives who have not rendered a service and that the money is to be used for rehabilitation purposes to which the farmers them selves will not Mr Reno stated his belief that the fund would dissipated In bringing to life dead wheat pools which had never contributed anything to erative Tho corn belt purchasing commit tee met here originally lo fix the price ot binding twine and other com modities which aro the subject of co operative purchase and sale by and to western farmers It adjourned today to meet In Kansas City May 24 to complete Its organization as a cooper ntivo buying concern SIX U S MEN PASSPRELIMS Become Eligible for Partici pation in British Open SANDWICH May Six American profcssionads and tw amateurs today qualified for the Brit ish open championship play begin nmg tomorrow The professional are Jim Barnes Gene Sarazen Waltc Hagen Bill Mehlhorn Tommy Ai mour nnd Bob Stupple The two am itcnrs arc Johnny McHugh San Francisco anrl Douglas Grant native of the United States but resident of London Most of the well known British pro fessionals and a few amateurs qual ified The field was reduced by the elim ination oC all contestants scoring above 162 Larry Nabholtz American pro took 1G4 The low qualifying score was mada by Jose Jurado Buenos Aires with an aggregate of 144 consisting of 60 to day and 75 yesterday nt Sdthe MOVIES RADIO HOOVER CHOICE secretary H Nominated Will Not Make Extended Speaking Tours NEW YORK May bert Hoover IE nominated by the re publican party as its presidential can late is to make his campaign argely thru the medium of the motion ilcture and radio Alan Fox one of tho New York Joover campaign leaders who made the announcement after Mr Hoover iad visited tho city said the secre tary had approved the plan pictures list of signatures attached to the res olution Other leading Methodist signer were J A James dean of the sra ate school of Northwestern unlver ally G Bromley protcssor of socio ogy of Boston university James C Baker director of the Weslcyan foun elation Raymond J Wade general sec rotary of the world service commission and every editor of a Christian Advo cato in the United States as well as editors of ZIons Herald tho Epworth Herald Tho Methodist Book concern and Christian Century MASKED ROBBERS GET SI SUM Bank at Spring Valley Is Held Up by Men With Iowa Car SPRING VALLEY May 8 masked men heldup the Plrsl National bank hero at oclock Monday afternoon compelled the cashier to Ito on tlie floor while tbey stolo in cash and mails an escape and wero reported lo be head ed toward Iowa The car was last seen driving toward the southeast and the number was taken nnd n general alarm was sent to towns within a radius of GO miles notifying them of the robbery Accordingto the report received In Mason City the men were driving a light bluo master six Bulek eedan Will Rogers BEVKRLY HILLS May 1 tortny where Prince Carol says that Rumania Is the laughing oC the world but insinuates if he can get to the throne l adjust the dignity and wives it has lacked He says the jtLi friend JIadam Lupescu Is perfectly willing to share him with tlio needy Rumanians She is broadminded that way Been reading Sundays auto cas ualty list Sccma that everybody but the presidential candidates gets rim over Is there no justice in the world Yours WILL P has been put down to towns of throe letters Ada Cor instance Moosetookmcguntic Maine sent me a bill for They had to put a letter on each house and haij to borrow three houses from Connecticut GOVERNMENT IS FACING REFUND OF 45 MILLION U S Loses in Appeal of Ford Stockholders Tax Case MEN TO HOLD DISPUTED ARE A IN CHINA Body of Missing Ameri can Vice Consul at Shanghai Found BULLETIN LONDON May nf war virtually exists between Japan anil the nationalists of JhiiKi says n Routers tlispufch from Shanghai nllho war has not been formally ileclured The Japanese have occupieil poinls nl Tsirian includ ing tlie railway station military barracks tlio telegraph and tele phono offices nnd nre reported In have blown up one at the south erners powder magazines Latest reports from Tslnan by way of Tokyo show that oecupa ion of these various poinls WHS made only after some fairly severn fiKlitiiinr Reports nre that ToUyo 1ms ordered another division of troops sent o the war area Tlifc war time strength of a division la between nnd men BULLETIN WASHINGTON May The finding the body of tcr K Greenville JsT misshiK American vice con sul lit Shanghai was reported to the slate department today Our Weather Man hour period ending at oclock t in Tuesday Highest Mnnilny 71 Decrees Lowest In Night fi2 Degrees At p in 59 Degrees It was a strong wind that blew out of the south Monday Usually A pro longed southerly wind brings cither unusual warmth or rain Up to Tues day noon there had been none of either In Mason City At Clear Lake it Is reported a few dropsof rain fell dur ing the night showlriE tho secre ii flirt i gian war relief Russian child feeding and Mississippi flood relief work an to be assembled Into film programs t give pictorial presentation ot hts hu manitarian work 1lchires nre Wo are going1 to fight this cam paign with tho movies and Mi Fox said Tho personal appearanc ot a candidate on the platform ia i thing of the past Mr Hoover is an admirable radio speaker and the pic turcs nro a knockout There Is no such opportunity to depict in pictures the career of anj other Ten programs already have been isscmbled Mr Fox said thnt tlie radio and moving picture campaign did not pre clude tho possibility of Mr Hoover also making platform speeches Ho said he HunposccI Mr Hoover would allow the plan of Presidents McKin ey and Harding and make few im riortant speeches in public Sinidt Plans nig Tour Tho plan has been conceived Mr Fox Intimated with tho Idea that Gov ernor Smith is to be tho democratic nominee and with the hope ot coun teracting the governors adroitness on the stump It is understood Governor Smitlifi advisors plan a transcontinental speaking tour for him in event of his nomination ns they consider him at hia best in personal appearances GOOLIDGE FEARS BOOSTIN TAXES If Congress Approves Raids on Treasury Rate Will Go Up Cal Thinks The poKsibiliy of rather than a tax Mny additional taxes reduction Is seen Slllscm Project Lenders Meel STILSON May third lesson for Boouo township home project work was given In 1ho church here The lesson was on feet shoos and hose Miss Merle numcr gave the lesson by President Coolirtgo it congrtss ap proves the numerous proposals be foro It calling for funds from the treasury The president vegnnls tho number of such proposals before congress and the amount they Involve as ap palling He hopes however thnt con gress will decline to act upon these and remove tlie threat to the treas ury Hint lie feels they Involve In Jfr CooHcIgesoplnlon two such proposals when considered togethn are the postal rale reduction bill anil tho proposal to Increase to pay of postal employes lie feels the two to gether would cost tho treasury which in his Judgment is cxcesslvo in view of the fact that the post offlco department already Is op crating with a deficit BANDITS LOOT SWISHER BANK Two Armed Masked Men Flee With in Day light Holdup SWISHER May armed and unmasked men took be tween and from tho safe oC tho Swlshcr Trust Savings bank shortly after the assistant 10 a m after forcing cashier J Bya to lip on the floor while they committed the robbery They flci in a motor car believed to havo been n Nash tho number of which however was not obtained The bandits wero described ns being about 20 years old and were dressed In ov eralls Swlfhcr Is In Johnson county about midway between Cedar Rnplds am Iowa City Kidnnp Itanlc IVcsulejit TOLEDO Ohio May are patroling leading Into To ledo In sonrcli of four bandits who kidnaped tho president of tho First National bank of Angola this morning tied bis wlfo in her home and looted tho bank vault of its con tents Tlio president wan taken to the bank where the bandits Wiiitcd for the cnHhlor The cashier was forced to open the vault which was looted The robbers jcacaned in a gray Ohio May he United States was made liable refund and to lose an additional with Interest to former owners of Ford Motor stock a corporation Incoma when the United States court oC appeals attlrmei iroltln the suit of Mrs Alice J Kale against the government Eight plaintiffs pleaded they wer Illegally assessed amounts totalin more than Fred L Woodworth international to revenue collector at Detroit has ap pealed from the district court decision nhlch held that Mrs Kales widow of 11 Detroit manufacturer was entitled to recovery of which she had paid to the government under pro DEKING May for Americans in Tsinan where Clii ose nationalists and Japanese troops lashed with heavy casualties was re today with the receipt1 of nd ices saying that lighting had been resumed The Japanese chlct of at Tst RIL alsd sent a dispatch datfd yes aUrriary We The American legation not verify this todoy and the belief was expressed that the dispatch was a repetition of an earlier rumor found bo erroneous Fighting at Tslnan Resumed A dispatch from Tokyo reporling tlie resumption of fighting at Tslnan claimed It was due to nationalist ag gression Nationalists were glatcd n havo attacked tho Japanese guard the foreign commercial district last In addition lo Mrs Kales claim night in deffanco of tlio Tnpnncso against the government fagrecment witii the Chinese commnn was represented in the petition or seven other former holders of Ford stock ns friends oC the court The board of tax appeals at Wash ington on May 5 ruling on those cases iieTd that the government was in error Interest claimed by the eight plain iffs amounts to RITCHIE CLAIMS NO EXPENDITURE Maryland Governor Says He Has Made No Campaign for Nomination BALTIMORE Afny Albert C nitchle Maryland told the campaign funds committee to day that ho had made no race for tlie presidential nomination ind did not expect to be selected as his party standard bearer He added however that he expec cd the Maryland democratic conven tion which is to meet on May 22 to Instruct tho delegates to Houston to vote for him Askcil if ho would seek to obtain any delegates outside ot his state tho governor replied that 1C ho had any political friends at the Texas City who were friendly to him ho would ot to aslc them to throw lei egates his way Took but 10 Minutes The examination of tho srovornor required only 10 minutes and imme diately after Its conclusion the com mittee reurnetl by automobile to Washington where later In the day It ll question Senator TJcetl of Mis souri who hoa mnde die most active of tho democratic campaigns for the presidential nomination Hitch to said ho had no undeitanl Intr with any other candidate by which that candidate would receive his sup port Al the outset Governor Uitchlo told the committee thnt bo did not Ijnoiv thnt he could conskloreil n cnn didate for the democratic nomina tion Hed Tie Grntlficfl F am very much pleased and grat ified that my name should he men tioned for tho he said f would he delighted if tho nom ination crime my way altho I dont expect It to dors Tho Japanese diief of slnff In his report icplied in detail to made by Ilunng Fu former mayof of Shanghai ajcalnst tho He assorted Oint Huang Fu took fugo at tho Japancso battalion hcnrl qirartrrs when the fightinghtpan and later admitted that It was the result of nationalist nggrcssion and expressed regret Japanese Planes on Job Tho Japanese at Tainan omlangorort as tho result of northern air raids and the bombing of tho International set tlement and the Japaneselegation warned Chan TsoKn northern dic tator that these raids must onnse Chang undertook to stop thrm Three Japanese planes arrived at Twingtao having flown them from itrycuis Korea by way ol Jlairen Manchuria Three Bridge Contracts Are Let in Wright County ALLISON May letting of three bridges was held In tho office ot the county engineer here Ona bridge will be constructed just north ot New Hartford another all miles east of Greene and another four miles southeast of Kcsley The one at New Hartford will bo 240 feet by 20 feet the one constructed at Greene 64 fcrt by 20 feet and tho Kcsley bridge will be 40 feet by 20 feet I havo except to done tiohing to obtain It make some speeches In none of them luivn I said anything nbout my AUNT HET By Robert Quillen After a woman marries she dont hardly ever write to her old girl friends except when shes mad at her hus band an ieelin   

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