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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 11, 1928, Mason City, Iowa IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight nnd Saturday slightly cooler tonight frost in north and pot sibly in south portions AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES MASONCITY IOWA North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home1 PRsS3 iMraMMmoNAi smaviron N0 195 STORM LQRCESNOBILE TO RETURN TOBASE T i LEAGUE ASKED TO INTERVENE INHOSTILITIES Nationalists Demand Z anese Withdraw From llow Shantung BULLETIN IOKVO Aay railroad authorities have been or derert to prepare for he transpor tation of men and horses to Shantung China be tween next Sunday and the end of Hie month This WI11 brine the total Japanese force in Stantuntr to nlmut men PENEVA May fnn king nationalist government made a political stroke against Japan todav appealing to the league of nations protest against the activities of Mortgage Bankers Predict Iowa Land Price Increase fieTocAL MAN HELD FOR PEORIA DEATH Farm Market Has Touched Bot torn Delegates at Ames me accivities oc luim values m liis ho Japanese in the province of Shan1ion hav ft bottom and that Tlie nationalist protest character izes Japans movements as acts o war against China and urgesth league to request cessation ot hostil ities by Japanese troops and their im mediate withdrawal from Shantuii The nationalist appeal for a league Investigation into the situation appar ently was carried out without the knowledge of the Peking or northern government Cheng Loh Peking min tervat Paris expressed amazemen Whether the league can entertain ttte depends largely T BflH I ana nis cHMsf r own f6r the league jflcj the powers generally recognized Juri the government established Peking TOKYO IN CONTROL SHANGHAI May has been cleared of nationalists by the Japanese after a week of blood shed but anti foreign feeling today was smouldering in Shanghai It was considered extremely risky for foreigners to venture Into native territory Japanese troops patrolled the Japanese section of the foreign city lapanese residents of Canton were evacuated to Shameen the foreign set tlement and Hongkong A run on the Taiwan bank a Japanese institution in Canton by Chinese depositors be cause ot the Tsinan clashes resulted in foreign banks especially American ones gaining accounts A strong antiJapanese boycott was values have trend In be upward Tins was the almost unanimous jucl ment expressed by officers of mort gage banks loan and Insurance com panies who were interviewed here yesterday while attending the fourth annual soil and land valuation short course held at Iowa State college Wednesday and Thursday With 1S3 registered for the course and some 10 or 12 attending but not1 registered the short course enroll ment this year is almost double that of a year ago when 58 attended The first course brot together 53 and the second one 73 Walter Kester secretary of the Mortgage Bankers association oC America Chicago which has 400 loan companies operating in 33 state rte ciared that land values In his opin ion have hit bottom and that they surely tho perhaps slowly will start climbing The same opinion was expressed by C B Jennett vice president of the First Trust Joint Stock Land bank of and by T A Murphv treasurer of the Merchants Life In surance company oC Des Moines Mr Kester asserted that in 10 years from now he anticipated that farm ing would bo one of the most profit able enterprises in the nation Conse quently with the low prices of land prevailing today be believes land is a good investment Tile factors which will bring back land prices in Mr Kestera opinion ia Population frijiiiflj production that tdez Also Mason City Resident Is Found Murdered A has been received by local police from the police depart ment of Pcoria seeking to con firm the identity ot Ramon Florez former local man who Is held for the murder of a man by the name of Her nandez Both of these individuals lived for merly in Mason City Hermandez according to police in formation supplied by an investiga tion department served a sentence in the Ohio state penitentiary on of robbery Hernandez according to the letter from the Peorla police department was found with a wound made by a stilleto In his head The weapon had apparently been driven thru his skull and there were other wounds on his body LINDYS FLIGHT CAUSESJYORRY Mystery Trip Keeps Wires Hot Until Lone Eagle Lands at N Y NEW YORK May Charles A Lindberghs latest secret light caused many telephone lines to lying fields to be busy tonight With his navigation Instructor ieut Com P v H Weems the olonel left the Ford airport Detroit yesterday 2 p Detroit time His destination was kept secret He arrived at Curtiss field Long Island at p time but for n Boycott was v i 1J1i time nut for under way in Canton The city was hours afterward his whereabouts was placarded with a nivsterv placarded with antiJapanese posters Plan Shanghai Boycott Efforts were also being made to ef fect an antiJapanese boycott In Shanghai Chinese department stores to dispose of Japanese Kootis cut prices heavily but few buy ers were reported Only five Americans were believed to bo in Tsinan including two Amer TURN TO PARE 12 COMJMN 3 The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet of Brick Home Plans How much rent do you pay Did you ever figure out how much this amounts to In five years or ten years Tako paper and pencil and work out the amount It will surprise you It would go far toward paying for your home So why not stop putting your rent money in some one elses pocket and build a home of your own The first step is to decide on plans und in this we are ready to help Our Washington infor mation bureau has a booklet show ing exterior views nnd floor plans of 60 brick houses that are master pieces of the architects skill Send for your copy of tills val uablebooklet today Enclose 4 cents in coin or stamps for post nge and handling cost JVeucric J Hflskin JJIrcctor Tlie Jlasnn City GlobeGazette Information Bureau WashlnRton D C I enclose herewith 4 eenls in coin or stamps for n copy of tlie BRICK HOMES BOOKUST Street Cily Stnle a mystery There were various ranging from a theory conjectures that he was making an Intensive study oC naviga tion by the stars to suggestions that he might have been forced down after midnight denial was made at Curtiss field that he had ar rived there This caused inquiries lo every flying field at which he might hav0 stopped and even at cities not on tho route Rowan Youngster Dies After Eating Rat Poison ROWAN May two and onehalf year old son of Mr and Mrs Oscar Thayer died suddenly Wednes SISTER OF MRS Funeral Services for Mrs Mae Patrick Being Held in Garner GARNER May scrv ces were to be held here today foi Mrs JTae Patrick a sister of Mrs Tohn Hammill wife ot the governor Mrs Patrick spent her childhood lays here She was the youngest daughter of Mr nnd Mrs John Rlch nnd was married about 25 years to Mr Patrick and had lived ever since on a farm near Olivia vhere interment will be made Mrs Patrick is survived by her nother one sinter Mrs Hilmmill hree brothers T fi nichardK or Gar ner Henry of Missouri and Webb of California Governor Hammill is here to attend he funeral iy afternoon eating rat poison T J i I III J1U1AUI1 at the home of his grandparents Mr nnd Mrs Joe Thomas of this place He and his mother who live a mile north of Rowan were visiting at the Thomas home where tho small boy was piayin outside the house nnd found the poison Medical assistance was obtained within a few minutes hut the hoy died In less than a half hour He leaves his parents to mourn his death IOWA SPEAKER PROGRAM ilkhart Youth Entered in Semi Finals of Oratorical Contest KANSAS CITV May AP A Aorth Dakota girl will compete Ith six boys In the eighth zone na tional oratorical contest here tonight on The The winner here tonight will enter the finals at Washington May 2G with seven other slmifinal victors all of whom will receive a trip to Europe The for ttiJs zone are Miss Renee Patterson Dickinson No ROCKEFELLERS BOMB TttolNelson ROAD BOOSTERS PLEDGED BY AIJE TO AIDJIAMMILL Burlington Man Says Re Election of Governor Is Necessary MOINES May port ot the Iowa Good Roads asso ciation Mas pledged today for Gov John HammlUs renomlnatlon to the gubernatorial post by John F Aue Burlington president of the organisa tion In the keynote address of a state wide good roads meeting held neve The governor was characterized by Aue man who had put the or ganization Into politics forthe first md only time since the association was formed In be for the purpose for which Towa Good Roads association was Governor Ilammlll is the keynote f Iowas good roads Mr Aue declared It is necessary to elect him to incure completion of our program The governor Is chairman of the state executive council which must Issue Decorah Man in Attack on Haugen Plan Candidate Thinks Politicians Support Bill to Further Their Own Desires NEW HAMPTON May n ehargo that the MeNaryHaugen bill was being made the vehicle of re election to congress by several mem SA tlmt maJe here by A kelson Decorah attorney re publican candidate for congress asalnst G X Haugen In his first Peedi ot the campaign here last night JUr Nelson said that If politics taUen out of the measure there would be nothing left to It and that in Us present form the vital needs of the farmer were not touched upon In the measure The republican candidato from De corah opened his talk by giving a brief nstoiy or his life and qnallf cat ions for tho office he seeks Ho was uorn on a small farm in AVInnesUietc county attended country school has taught country school and edited a small country newspaper He has piacticed law for the past 18 years as been county attorney ot Wlnne slnek county for three terms and ctty attorney for Decorah for four terms Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS May 10 Indiana votes that Jim Watson would be more competent for president than Herb Hoover there just aint nothing you can say Mind you Jim Is a good fel low as far ns politicians KO but I leave comment in the hands of George Ade Kin Hubbard Booth Tarklngton and Jesse Andrews Old Purdue It looks like you have failed Tours WILL ROGEIIS Copyright 1028 Young Mans Country John D Rockefeller below ew York lias thrown a figura Hvo boinb into the business world by liis flemiMid that Col Hubert Stewart above Chicago re sign jus of the hoard of the Standanl Oil company of In diana in which Rockefeller con trols the largest block of stock rho request was based on Stew arts recent testimony before the senate committee investigating Dome in which Siewart iidiiiitfert lie had shared in the Continental Trailing companys fund to the extent of ensable talea he road bonds proposed fiooooo 000 iond issue ana a man Is elected who s not ivltn us many ways could be round to halt the program even tho the voters approve the bonds iri the No AUB also urgeajsuppofKJor 11 StatEsVltitewagartror and legislative candidates 30 years the nond program With a ahead it night sessions no marl Mr OHIO GIRL TO TRY1TLANTIC Carrie Bellet Says She Has Been Preparing for 2 Years Ohio May Bellett a Cleveland girl an nounced today she was ready to start flight across the Atlantic from Cleveland to Bomget field Paris Miss Relict revealed that for the past two years she has been quietly preparing for the hop With hundreds of flying hours to my credit I feel sure I am nowset toi the great she said Three out of town pilots have already offered to act as copilot but I have not en couraged them if possible I want to have a Cleveland pilot and make an allCleveland event She said she wants to make night In July or August program for which the bond issue is urged was explained to the meeting by Fred White chief engineer of the State Highway commission who II lustratcd his talk with maps graphs and pictures What is most needed for the pro Binm at this time Mr White said was courage lo go If this was infused by the court donee and ballot support of the people for the bond Issue in tha next general election Iowa can have the best ioud system In tho nation without ruining additional revenue and without occa sion for a property A good start towmdthls program Mr While said would be made this by Next November By Xovember tlie engineer cnl I culatcd the state would have a sys tem of miles ot paving uid miles of graveling on primary roads There would be five hard sur face roads extending across the slate from cast to west in the northern por tion In the event that the bond Issue I the Kverett Billings i Spring Valley Bandits Car Was in Whittemore Prior to Minnesota Holdup WHITTEMOnK May four men who held up and robbed the First National bank at Spring Valley Tuesday afternoon stopped in Whitte more earlier In the day A spectator who saw the car during the holdup reported the license plate was Iowa Sa607 Worth county A car witli this same number stopped hero and put water in the radiator at Stelnhagen and Green garage the number being noticed by Mr Green The auto number was found to be long to Herman Backhaus near Manly and the number was stolen from his car March n while the car was nnrhod on hghway The bandits oirivl the six rniDlnjM and two nniprs lif nn flnrr led with in cash Wilbur K Johnson Willard Schendcl William Roaverdam Robert Barclay Minneapolis Clark Klkhnrt and Elme Norquist Kansas City Tonights contest i sponsored to the Kansas City star and other news papers which conducted the regiona eliminations Our Weather Man GlobeGazette weather figures for 2 I honr period ending at oclock Friday Highest Thursday Iowest in Might At 72 degrees degrees lfl degrees Jbe wind was buck in the northwest Friday morning nnd Kcneially speak inp nvorconts move nttiiiclivr sounrl nbout thorn than bathing suits Spanish Plane Hits Auto During Attempt to Leave Seville Field Spain May Attempting to take off on a flight to hreak duration and distance records the airplane Jesus Del Gran crashed into an automobile this mom mg Tlio lower right wing was con siderably damaged making a flight im possible The plane started down the runway I with Cnpts Ignacio Jimlnoz and Fran1 Cisco Igleslns for an unannounced dcs nnntion at a m The nlrdrome was crowded with persons who hccrcd the flyers Suddenly the plunged into n military automobile in Its path pre venting the flight Lllt uulm is approved by the voters addi tional miles of paving would be laid costing The additional graveling would he said include 720 miles costing 888 nop The grading bill would be slightly tn excess of mak ing the entlro sixyear road program cost paid for entirely of current revenues of the primary Mr Whfto a Cant Exceed i Jt 7eaverre olnes explain nsr the limitation clauses In the state hona bill asserted that not withstanding the claims of opponents was i SSUe tile prevented from algnlng bonds In excess OC In all Iowa has an obligation to perfoim n paving roads across the stale Thomas H MacDonald chief of the federal bureau of nnd rormei hlef eneineer ot theIowa highway commission declared at the afternoon session fllr lias done Ho thinks that this coimtiy is t young mans country and Hint the slogan give the young man a chance should be used The hill served the purpose of awakening th pooplo of the middle west that the imtst have Issues of their own uni that they must not bo ruled by th business out of government ululates graft nnd makes trou ble everywhere he said sloe llisrl faiIffnn1 and put the prices of farm machinery down whore the profit would be rea sonable for tho farmer to buy The speaker stated that no one ever hears of investigations going on m Washington about the the farmer nas to buy but that TURN TO PARK J2 COMTMV 5 OSAGlGiRUS HURTINWRECK Driver of Other Car Stops but Refuses to Furnish His Name OSAGE May Miss Mar Ot returning ATTACKS CUT PROPOSAL FAIL INjENATE Conferences Delay Send ing Haugen Bill to President May warning ot full speed ito to Oc avoided senate republican leaders rot up their largest guns todayto offset any democratic attack during considertaion of the more important rate schedules In tho tax reduction Winning their first skirmish with the minority on tho club dues and ad mission taxes tho republicans who proposed a taxe cut as siEnlnat a curtailment by tba democrats successfully withstood to yfftelaj and restored The voting developed a break In the here from Ames WednesdayherStar coach was struck by a car attempting to pass her from the rear Her cir was turned around and thrown Into tho ditch The driver of the other car stopped hut refused to glve his name iil number was obtained however and it Is found that the car was tho pro perty of Hazard of the firm of Hazard and stout of JJavtrt has not yet been learned whether lot Mr Hazard was driving it hlm Miss Ferguson la not tliot to he seriously injured altho she has a num uer of painful cuts and bruises A hird which she wns bringing bom was not luiif nhiin lie smashed o d jn Lne democratic ranks while no record vote was taken on the first proposition ih vote was IS to 2 putting baol Into tho measure the tax of two conf u cfieh floo sale or transfer of tal stock DIRIGIBLE GONE BUT FEW HOURS ON WAY NORTH Dash to Polar Region Must Be Delayed r for Weather KINGS BAY Spitsbergen May 11 The dirigible Italia which left Kings Bay this morning for a flight over the Polar regions returned after seven hours he cause of bad weather condi tions The Italia had covered about 300 miJes much of it in a heavy snowstorm and a north west wind which eventually compelled the dirigible to turn to the Kings Bay base XINGR BAY Spitsbergen May The dirigible Italia readv or n flight i0 the North Pole started icr first trip Into tlio Polar reglonn this morning nnd was expected back at Kings Buy in about 40 hours The huge dirigible under command at Gen Umhorto Xoblle who already las made one dirigible flight to the Torlh Tule took v northwestward oiirse tlie same as that taken by the In 1S2G it made about 38 miles in hour in a northwest wind It was believed Unit General Noblle mended to explore the of the North Polo first and return ibout midnight Saturday ntght Motors Are Tested The crew ot the 8hlp met at 6 oclock this morn FARM AID SLOW to b May M farm relief or nothing the situation facing congress ss and President Coolidge as tho live dale for ndjoitrnuient grows neaiei and progress toward firiiit clis lostilon of tho bill by congress slows up While both and IIOHSO the measureby siibsliititinl nnrglns there were In lie two bills requiring conference ac lon between the two bodies Tlie first I onferenco hold yesterday a wcik ftcr passage by lie hoirye failed lt iiing n settlement md further inect ngs hnva been called Senator MeNnry republican Ore ton coaiilhoi of Ihci lilll nnd manager it the conferees is demanding an nrly decision on the final form or ho bill but lie admitted after the first ifcting that several dnys prnbahly Mora Springs Girls Are Organizing Scout Troop XORA SPRINGS May Girl Sracit troop IS being organized at Nora Springs with Mrs II K irrl JIN captain nm Mrs C M Mrs K C Moody niul Mrs as local council luver Fled t Wilkins Eielson on Board to Norway Polar Flyers Travel by Air to Harbor From Spitz bergen Spitsbergen Gcorse H GUBKX HARBOR May Wilkins nnd Lieut Carl n Klelson who flew across the lop ot tho world several weeks ago left Spitsbergen today n board the sealing vessel Hob by hoiinri for Tromsoc Xorwny The depaiHiro of the two nvlniors from was a one almost as much so as their ar rival in Spitzbergen from Point Bur row Alaska The aviators left fneen Harbor itself just before midnight in the plane which had carried them across tho Polar regions Tho plane wont off In thogleam of the midnight sun and landed some distance alonB tho iced border of Isrjorden at njocrndalen Thero the aviators hoarded tlie sealer which wis to take them back to civilization Tho Plane also was taken aboard It Is expected thru Ihb Hobby will roach Tiomsoe Tursdny An Oslo dispatch snirl Hint ihr ex pooled at Tromsoe on vlil be roijulrorl to get the lown to tho while house Vein Is rcxplnuVcT There Is little doubt in the minds of ongressionnl leaders that the pros ont again will veto the bill It has een made known thut tho modified icasuro meets only pmt of Mr lldges objections to tlio hill passed aat session and vetoed by Congressional leaders have set May 0 but May21 sneins monj likely an adjournment date Even with two tore weeks however It Is not ho eved that time would bo had Jn hlch to put thru any other fnrm re ef legislation should the president ut his veto on the new Haugen meosiiro Them is rimtidrr able doubt liiat this bill roiilit be passed over a veio mOtOrH 200Italian helpers took the ship from the hangar and General Nobile in the uniform of hisrank In the Italian air service came out of his head quarters inl greelatl his friends The two forward motors were start ed while General Nohlin pospd for the camera men and the nilship at jiiuvod into tlie air Attaining a height of about 701 feet the Italia started into the dim un Ill present expedition Intends to explore many regions about which little WHS known until discovered by Russian explorers traveling In Ice ill Siptcmbcr 1313 They only observed the eastern and sou th orn coasts of which found to extend to the north north west as a continiMtion of the eastern coasts of the Taimir peninsula and tlio Chelyuskin peninsula Has Cross Krotn 1ope General Mobile also Intended to land if possible at the Pole planting tlicio a cross given him by 1opo Plus 1 le hoped to check on previous expedi tions of 1ciiry nnd MaeMlIIan In Toltir regiona A companion of General Nobile on his iohuexpeditions has been his clog Titliina who seemed re luctant to Vadsoe Norway when the Italia left there for Spits bergen hut finally decided to risk an other adventure in the Arctic with his Three Are Indicted by Wright County Jurors May dlstllcl urt today Indict men t wore re turned ngninst the rnllowlng Cornelius Fills of Kcsley or a tory chnrgc upon Tina liis 11 year old also of Kesley Charles SVhijip Phrinflnld with seriuction Complainant Ktntna Cinllinrycr of Greene Charles nilzmnn nr Piimont liarSed with malntnlnlnn a nlusiince wenft equity cases are being tried antl next week jury arc en led nnd n good many of them are set for trial measure i 1 manter General Nnbllo is planning to use m nuxlllary bass In tha event that ho should be forced south on one of his expeditions across the Arctic regions Nobllo Had Made Tils He telegraphed to his representa tive lliero lellinsr him to remain nnrt everything for mooring tho airship In of necessity Before starting out General Nobile sent liia will to Homo and It revealed thut mitsldo o his share ot blanket policy on Urn Itnllas rew nnd life policy on himself and KnviMnmeiit that the soneuil 10 property of his own His If dlvilcd into count for liia Wife daughter nnU mire Dubuque Hotel Clerk Robbed of Nights Funds May nn nnahed mcn entered tho Page hotol bore early today and at the point of Kims compellel I he night clerk lo Imn ho prorerrN of ihr niKhts nHS approximately They thcir cscajj AUNT HET Oy Oofierl OuiJIen It dont make much dif ference what a widow does with her dead husbands in surance money his folks is to he mad about
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