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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 17, 1928, Mason City, Iowa IOWA WEATHER Meetly unsettled tolnght Yrt i day probably showers cooler Friday In northwest AND MASON CITY North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Ediied for the XXXV CENTS PER ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 11 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 190 AMERICAN TROOPS AID IN DEFENSE OF PEKING ITALIA IS THOT TO HAVE BEEN J LENIN LAND ise Crew Eagerly Awaits Return of Italian Explorer rINGS BAT Spltzbergen May L dirigible Italia had pro f pressed so steadily In its flight over Ice covered members I iftha baae crew of Gen Umberto No I experltlon today believed that lip had reached his about miles from Kings Uy eagerly awaited his return on trip over uncharted wastes Lenin land which is situated north of the Talmyka peninsula and nan never been explored General had planned to lower party jlo ice on Lenin land While they their explorations the dlr Figible was to remain moored to the ice since General Intended to jjtaks no chance of the party being Pmarodnod General Noblls Is expected to return tomorrow and then start almost Im aedlately on another flight ot explor to the socalled Crocker land i Peary and other explorers ex 1 to see received by the base ship J ta Dl Mllano from the Italia Indi 9d that generally the alrahlp had orabls flying weather It made a of from 30 to SO kilometers an ur depending on the wind In pass Lj over Frans Joset land and head V toward Lenin land the dirigible land a little fog but visibility was kilometers Theast message received from the ship af J7 said that the explorers ihin DANISH BISHOP FOUND GUILTY Anton Basts Conviction of Misuse of Funds Is Sustained KANSAS CITT Maj Bishop Anton Bast Copenhagen Denmark guiltyon two charg the Jenln land at 10 p m TAGKER WILLBEHELD ifntiac Maniac to Face Charges After Recovery From Injuries iaNTIAC May i ince Frechette ot Pontiac will face of assault with Intent to dc bodly harm when he recovers ftp Injuries received In an airplane Monday caused it is alleged i he struck Harry Anderson pl with hammer while they were jig over this city had hired Anderson to uB him here from a Rcsevllle flying field warrant charging assault sworn yesterday by Joseph Anderson lather ot the pilot who was severe Vnjured in the craah Is to be made basis for bringing Frechette ire a sanity commission according tp orman C Orr assistant county prca fsutlng attorney Both Anderson Frechette are covering ThigB merely leera original New tongues repeat old stuff but It all teems new to a new set of j The GlobeGazette Offers Readers fGandy Booklet The home kitchen Is the best place to make fine pure delightful candy Homemade candy Is bet ter than any other if you know how to make It right There are 144 recipes for candy In the booklet on candy making ottered by our Washington infor mation bureau Why stick to one of two kinds when you can easily have a fine variety Every reader may have a copy for a 6 cent postage and handling charge Use the coupon Frederic J Haakln Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C Frederic J Haskln Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith 6 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet CANDY RECIPES Street City McNaryHaugen Bill Now Up to Coolidge Will Rogers BEVERLY HTLLS May A big step forward in modern civilization was taken last night here in Los Angeles The last place you would expect civiliza tion to It dinner given at a plate with tha dis tinct understanding that there would be no speeches The place was sold out and everybody was tickled to death Tours WILL P Dempsey told me last night he would fight Tunney It he got enough money for it I told Jack Id fight Tunney my self if they gave me enough money and time to brush up on my Eng lish and Shakespeare Copyright 1D38 cKurch the quadrennial general conference the church here today The court composed of 17 minis ters sustained the suspension of the bishop following his conviction In Denmark in 1925 on charges Involving the alleged misuse of charity funds While suspending him permanently from exercising tho functions of bishop the ecclesiastical court con tinued him In the membership and ministry and recommended provision for his support until the next meet In of his conference which will be held next spring The sentence ot the court read While continuing Bishop Anton Bast In the membership and ministry of the Methodist Episcopal cliurch the committee suspends him perma nently from exercising the functions of the office of bishop In the Meth odist Episcopal The conference adopted the recom mendation of tho court that provi sion be made for his support until the next meeting of his conference and sent the recommendation to the episcopacy committee YOUTH BURIED IN SANDSLIDE Ten Thousand Tons Will Be Moved to Find Body of Chicago Boy CHICAGO Sfay thousand tons of sand were being moved today by volunteer workers to unseal tits fate of little John Pyrek missingsince Monday Playmates of the 8 year old boy after telling vary ing sorles one of which was that John had been locked In a box car which had been later hauled away Anally related late yesterday that he had been buried In a sand slide The search was being led by James Aider wealthy president of the sand and gravel company on whose property the boy was believed burled Movement of the tons of sand Is no task but Alrter promised that all the sand would be moved if necessary to find tlie boy That Pyrek If burled there was dead seemed certain The search however was being pushed to relieve the anxiety ot tho boys mother who physicians said was seriously affected becauseof uncertainty as to the lads fate The father of the boy led searchers last being finally compelled to stop thru exhaustion Hundreds of neighbors men and boys Joined him Today under Alders direction the work of moving the sand turned over to engineers Steam shovels were called upon but even xvlth these sev eral days will be required to complete the search The bee might not reilly DC as busy as ho seems If ho were actually to very busy ho would jinihably make Ices Democrat WHERE SKY THUG DROVE PILOT VICTIM WORLD BAPTIST HEAD STUDENT KILLS SPANISHDANCER Girl Ordered Argentine to Leave After Learning of View of the of tie plane of Harry Anderson right 28 Rosoville pilot on tlie grounds of the Michigan State hospital for the Insane nt Pontiac whereIt crushed in a nose dive whileAnderson fought for liis life with his passenger Clar ence Frechette Mt of Pontiac whom he claims fifruck him over thelicnd with a hammer while the jilano carccneil thru the nif feet up Paris Wife NEW YORK May An Argentine medical student whose ro mance with Maria Montero Spanish dancer was broken oft when she found he had a wife and four children in Paris died In a city hospital fter he had shot1 dancer Ten months ago Horatio Colum bres 37 year old son of a wealthy Argentine planter met Miss Montero who was 27 and fell in love with her Last Saturday she learned he had a wife and four children In Paris and ordered him to leave her dancing studio Ami never come back Yesterday afternoon he returned An assistant heard a heated conversation In Spanish then several shots The assistant ran Into the street and sum moned police They found Miss Mon tero lying dead on the floor wrapped in a Spanish shawl which associates said King Alfonso of had pre sented to her ono hand clutched over her religious medals in a pocket of her dress and her pet Spitz whining at her side Columbres was lying nearby a pistol In his hand and a wound In his temple A policeman bent over him to take the pistol and asked did you do this I shot her because I loved her and she wouldnt have any more to do with he said and lapsed into un consciousness Four letters Were found In his pocket one to the police two to friends and one to the Argen tine consul giving directions for the disposal of hia body MARINE PLANE OFF TO MANAGUA Three Flyers Hoped to Reach Nicaragua by Night fall MIAMI May United States marine corps flyers hopped oft at oclock this morning In a transport monoplane for Mana gua Nicaragua miles distant Dawn had Just broken when the bis plane roared down the foot run way It rose before it had covered two thirds of the distance circled tho field and then sped away in the early morningmists towards Havana Cuba Lieut H D Palmer commanding officer and his companions Lieut W R Hughes radio man and Sorgrt Dti gold Steel mechanic were aboard It was tha fourth marine plane to leave here recently Jor service in Nicaragua against Samlino Two of the flights were completed without a stop The other was halted at darkness at Tela Honduras 250 miles short of the goal Reports to tlie Tropical Radio Tele graph company from land stations and ships over much of the route Indi cated favorable weather conditions to day Tho flyers hoped to make Managua by nightfall to Think lAii Candidate Has No Desire for Office at Expense of Agriculture CHICAGO May O Lowden declared here today that It the republican party will not meet the farm issue he does not want the republican residential nomination I do not want the kind ot famo that rests on an unsuccessful cam he added The former Illinois governor made his statement which he emphasized by pounding the table before hfm in an Interview with reporters on his re turn today from the east where he conferred on business and politics with eastern men Must Meet Farm Issue If the republican party will not meet the farm Issue I dp not want the he I am not nominated my troubles will be over 1C I am nominated I will have a long hard campaign ahead of me And I do not want the kind of fame that rests on an unsuccessful Mr LowdensJntimation that fail ure of the republican party to include farm relief in its platform would spell defeat was followed by the ob servation that if President Coolidge signs the MsNaryHaugen farm relief bill It will make a much easier cam paign for the republican presidential Tha peopls in the he natd counseled me against championing the equalization fee In the McNary Haugen bill That bill without an equalization tee would ba lke a pro tective tariff without Striding about the room and em phasizing his remarks with frequent ponding on the table Mr Lowden said he had told tho easterners more emphatically that there Ina real farm problem and that it needs to be met squarely No Use to Critlze It will do no good to criticize the proposed he said unless we are prepared to offer something better For that reason and in the absence anything better I am for the bill If tlie president signs it the repub lican presidential nominee will have a much easier Mr Lowden refused to discuss his own candidacy In connection with the candidacy nf any others in the repub lican presidential race new plea set up the argument that answered the questions and did not defeat the pur pose of tha oil investigation he had committed no crime Argument on tha first special plea which asked dismissal ot the Indict ment on the ground that Stewart answered questions on April 24 that 16 had refused to answer Feb 2 and 3 were heard by Justice SIddons last Tuesday The Justice had expected to hand down his ruling this week STEWART MAKES ANOTHER PLEA Standard Oil Chairman Still Seeks Dismissal of Indictment WASHINGTON May second special plea to bar the indict ment of Robert W Stewart charged with refusing to answer questions reenate otl committee NATE HOUSE GET TOGETHER ON DIFFERENCES Merchant Marine Bill to Reach White House Soon WASHINGTON May McNaryHaugen farm relief and JonesWhite merchant marine bills two big pieces of legislation that have been knocking at the doors ot congress for months passed thru those portals yesterday and today were awaiting entry Into the white louse Congressional action on the two controversial measures was com jleted when the senate adopted con erence reports In which differences between the senate and house were adjusted With this over speculation was re vived as to what kind of a reception hey will be accorded by President Coolldge who will get the bills as soon is Vice President and Speaker Longworth attach their signatures Still Has Fee Provision Altho changed considerably since Its veto last year the farm relief bill setting up a farm board and huge re volving fund to aid farmers In mar keting their crops still carries the muchdobatert eciuallzation fee and for this reason there appeared to be little doubt at the capltol that the measure again would fall to executive ap proval This fee levied THUGS ESCAPE AFTEOSSAULT Waukegan Family Robbed After Son Is Shot for Not Admitting Thieves WAUKEGAN May The William Beck family did not be ieve In putting money In banks As a result thn 36 year od son William Beck was dead today and the fam ly coffer was short Three men entered their farm home icar the Earnest Lehmann estate 12 miles west of here shot the son beat and bound him clubbed his 75 year old mother and left her unconscious on the floor last night Mra Beck had entered the dining to find the men scuffling with her son One of them turned and struck her over the head tylngr her feet and hands and gagging her The men escaped with in treasury onds been lieid t unconai tl tu Uo rial by Attoir ney General Sargent and while I would not be resorted to in the pres ent bill until other provisions had failed to meet requirements It still is believed to be unacceptable at the white house Leading backers ot the measure however have hoped that because of the alternative provided before plication of the fee the president would sign it as the best obtainable egislation at tills Shipping Bill in Donlit The fate ot the shipping bill also vas In doubt today altho most of the eaders believed the president would It This measure authorizes a biff re lacement program for tha govern nent merchant marine requires sane Ion ot but five of the seven members f the shipping hoard for the sale ot easels to private operators doubles he existing construction oan fund of the board and llberal ocean mall contract system Cedar Rapids Fanner Is Killed by Lightning CEDAR RAPIDS May eorse Topping 45 year old farmer was Instantly killed late yesterday when struck by lightning on Ufa farm five miles west ot Mt Vernon The clothing was torn from his body and lie was badly burned One horse was stunned Plymouth Planting Xear Done PLYMOUTH May plant ing Is about finished in tliia vicinity the fine weather ot the past week being ideal for tho work Thompson H S Entertained THOMPSON Jlay soph omore class of the Thompson high school entertained the student body Wednesday morning with a prnsrnm which consisted of a short play and some class conga MANDELL BOUT WITH McLARNIN POSTPONED NEW YORK May McLarninMandell firrht scheduled for tonight at the Polo Grounds was post poned by Promoter Tex Rickard until tomorrow because of threatening weather it wag announced at 2 oclock this af ternoon Mandell was to have defended his worlds light weight boxing title against McLarnin Pacific coast sensa tion The odds were 2 to 1 on the champion FENN HAS PLAN FOR CHANGE IN CONGRESS ROLL iowa Stands to Lose One Representative If Coolidges Will Visit Mrs Goodhue at Hospital WASHINGTON May resident Coolldge and Mrs Coolidge flll stop off at Northampton Saturday on their way back to Wash ngton from Andover to visit Mrs Goodhue Mrs Coolldgfts mother who has been ill since last December Bremen Flyers Reach Detroit From Indianapolis DETROIT May Junkers plane F13 bearing tha crew of the Bremen landed at the Ford airport at a completinir an Interrupted hop from St Louis by way of Indianapolis Our Weather Man GlobeGazette weather figures fo 24 hour period ending at oclock Thursday Highest Wcilnesdny 71 Degrees Lowest In Night 55 Decrees At 710 a in 03 Decrees Italnfnll M nt an Inch The weeks total ot precipitation brot to inches by the 33 of an Inch of rain that fell at odd times Wednesday The portion of this was recorded In the Globenn zettoa rain gauRo early In the fore noon hut there waa another visitation of rain In midafternoon and another one between fi and 7 oclock At Clear Lake tho heaviest rain of the series It to have fallen at about 3 ocloc1 In the afternoon Creeks were brimful Thursday morning and fields were showing nn Immediate favorable reaction to the rain More Imn 50 nations nre ex pected to send delegates to tlio fourth Congress of the World Baptist Alliance in Toronto Cnu nda June 2329 Dr E y Mtil Ilns above is president of the world body NATIONALISTS RAWING NEAR TO OLDJAPITAL oreign Soldiers Prepare to Resist Attempt at Capture BULLETIN TOKYO May SWciiinierit inKfructeel tho mlnisicr at Peking anri tlie cniisiilcenernl at NunUiriu to dellvtr staOjiicnts to Marshal Clisrijf lie mirflieni elic tnlnr nnel Gen Chliinj IvnlSheU tlio finulliurn Ihn statements enihmly n warning flint cnnriot coiintenanco any operation cnelanKeriiiB Jap ancsei life nml property 3EK1XG May ened by advancing nationalist roops Peking was tonse today Largf r patrols than usual moved thru tho tteets ot the native city and about 10 foreign concessions Preparations for the defense of tha egation quarter had been made by he guards whose senior officer Is Thomns Holcomb United tales marine corps Japanese soldiers worked actively irovidlng quarters for several hundred t their troops near tho former Aus rian legation and strengthening their efenscs British nationals were warned by heir legation to be prepared to move uto the legation Quarter at short no tice Valuables were being sent for safekeeping by both Chinese and eigners to tha various legations Legation Quarter A heivr wal of naio i nry T of ASS members of the srnongr the several stages on the baa of the 1930 first red 4 ment since 1010 consideration on the floor of that body today with a heated fight in prospect The reapportlonment proposed by Chairman Fenn of the house census committee is authorized by the con stitution which stipulates Hint con ress may order a realignment of its membership with overy decennial cen sus In order equitably to adjust the represenlatlon of the several states The opposition against the measure a centered on Its plan for 17 atates o lose a total oC 23 representatives delegations from these states are xpected to present a solid front igalnst the bills passage On the oth hand 11 state would gain a sim number of representatives ant heir house groups have announced heir Intention to wage a strong fight or the bill The loss of 23 members Is divided mongr the states as follows Alabama Indiana 2 Iowa 2 Kansas 1 Ken ucky 2 Louisiana 1 Malno 1 Mnssa 1 Mississippi 2 Missouri 3 1 New York 1 North Da rota 1 Pennsylvania 1 Tennessee1 Vermont 1 and Virginia 1 The states paining a total of 23 members comprise Arizona 1 Call ornla C Connecticut 1 Florida 1 lichlpin 4 New Jersey 2 North Car olina 1 Ohio 3 Oklahoma 1 Texas 2 ind Washington 1 Proponents of the meaaura claim hat failure to rcapportlon the mem bership since 1910 has left more than citizens In tha country with out eejultable representation In tho louse and it this was repeated In 1830 ha growth of the nations popula Ion woulrl mean that peo ple would he unrepresented JURORS HOME HIT BY BOMB Chicago Experiences 36th Explosion Since First of Year CHICAGO May of Fred W raclic ono of the lurora who convicted Eugene Red of hlgluvny robbery two days ago was bombed last nlfflit icjje himself was not at home JIIs wife tlirco children a sister anrt six quests at an Informal pnrty being held in tlie two story frame structure vnro severely shaken The bomb which was Xo 35 since Ian 1 was tossed on the Elena front lorch Just lolow a bedroom window Xo one wan In the room a wall of which wits lorn away by the ex plosion In where angels the Heavy gates encased in iron sheeting barred the entrances to the Chinese city on the north Along any points In the inclosing wall new loopholes wera cut to permit freer use f machine suns troopa were assigned to defend tlie southern boundary marked by the tartar wall and they shared tlio western front with the British The French took the east boundary and tlie Japanese Italians and British the north In tho cast of nn emorsency Lieu tenantColonel Holcomb as senior of ficer would assume command ot the International force of defending the quarter YnnTes on Job This force incltilcs 450 American marine 325 British infantry 400 French colonial troops 350 Japanese Infantry and 123 Italian marines In Tientsin also threatened 950 American soldiers formed a por tion of the defending fores Th9 troops there Included the third ma rine brigade under Briar Gen Smedly D Butler a strong marine aviation detachment and S50 and men of the fifteenth Infantry under Brig Gen Joseph C Cnstner feat Coolidge by Pressing Button in White House to Start Iowa Air Day D7S3 MOTNE3 May President Coolldge by pressing a but ton In the whito house early May 25 will formally usher in Iowa Aeronau tics day In Des Molnes local promot ers of tho event announced today Thebutton will set oft a large army artillery gun when the sun reaches meridian An army band will then strike a patriotic air and the aerial atart Participating In the program will lie 27 army planes an army blimp nny stntc nnd local machines AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Twlllo Resilient III FERTtLB May Ramp Ion is sick and under tho doclcrH caro Id like to visit my girl Amy but her husband is ao polite I know hes to show everbody he aint ashamed of t
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