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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 18, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                WAS DAILY NEWSPAPER HOME AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION V OL XXXV UNITED PHESS AND INTERNATIONAL NBWS SUPPLEMENTAL 8BRVJCH ASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY FIVB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NATIONALIST TROOPS 7 MILES FROM PFKINK JYlarines Hunf YVinlr r Vvnrnr mmm S Marinesjjunt Yank Forests mnrn rn I IVMIM TT i u TROOPER KILLED IN CLASH WITH AND OF REBELS elief Rushed to Unex plored Area of New Bandit Clash MANAGUA Nicaragua May 18 with a direct rebel threat against all that is North American marines were pushing their way lira the northern jungles of Nicaragua today In pttvsult of a rebel force that killed one marine and wounded two others in a fight northeast of Jinotega Tlio threat issued over the signature of August Ino Sandino rebel ami was found at mine by H W Ainnhlett manager of tho mine who re turned there after the place had been captured and then de stroyed by rebel forces several weeks ago MANAGUA Nicaragua May their way thru the jungles of the north American ma rines today were tracking down the rebel slayers of a comrade in arms In the most severe combat since Feb 27 one marine and one Nicara guardsman were killed and the commanding officer of the patrol Cap Robert S Hunter of Kansas and an other rfiarine Were wounded Sixty to 75 insurgents and 25 ma and 10 guardsmen took part in the clash which occurred near Paso Unities of Jinotega Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS May 17 exgovernor and state leader had a fist fight in South Carolina Ono called the other a republican Had the accused killed him for call ing him that it would have been hard to convict him In any court where justice is really dealt oun If there isfist fighting in tha pri maries what will if be in the elec tion You stock buyers better be buy Ing DuPonts powder and Winches ter arms Say Oklahoma Just pulled a good stunt to advance fields and aviation Interest They rounded up all the planes in the state and toured the whole state Hoover went fishing Jn Pennsyl vania and caught 28 delegates in New Some fishing Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1928 five rebels nhdSwountfed five xindflV Joe Leon who has had previous revolu y experience ana is reputed Honduran who has joined th i of Gen Augustlno Sandino Pa fro Was Isolated The marine patrol was Isolated Me leal and surgical supplies we dropped to them by an airplane squa ron under Capt Robert A Archibal The names ot the enlisted men wh were casualties were not learned Tiyo relief columns were rushe from JInontega toward the reglo which Is thickly forested and has been little explored These marines Keller E Rockery of In dlana were to assist the wounded an take up the pursuit of the rebels Th wounded will be sent to Qullall an TURN TO PAGE 16 COLUMN 8 HOME OF SACCO EXECUTIONER IS HIT BY BOMBERS Robert Elliott Wife and Two Children Thrown From Beds YORK May Big Bill Haywood Dies During Exile in Moscow FARMMAl JONES BILL IN COOLIDGEHANDS Labor Leader Founded W W in America 23 Years Ago MOSCOW May Big Bill Haywood one of th founders of the I W W In the Unite States died In Moscow today after lengthy Illness Forest City High School Play Is Scheduled Thursday FOREST CITY May Mrs Floy Mann Schermerhorn of Gladbrook Play coach has the high school fare comedy stray well unde way The play will be given Thurs day evening May 24 with the follow Ing casts Arthur Brown Donald Fisher Spencer Bridge Lester Dalton Verna Graves Caroline Chrlstenson Dora Manuel and Luciie Thompson The GlobeGazette Offers Readers New Map of Europe Land on the continent of Europe ceded by Germany since tho war to Poland France Denmark and Belgium exceeds the area of the Irish Free State German boundaries In every di rection were altered Old maps give no idea of the actual Germany of today This Is true most of the countries of Kurope The NEW MAP OF EUHOPE obtained for our readers by our Washington information bureau shows all old and new boundaries of European countries This map in full colors 21 by 28 inches on heavy paper may be had exclusive ly by our readers at a postage and handling charge of 10 cents Every newspaper reader will want this map to help to under stand the news of the world Every student should have a copy Use the coupon below Frederic J HnsSun Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Burenn Washington D C I enclose herewith 10 ccnls in coin or stamps for a copy of tho new MAP OF EUKOPE Name Street Slate nV Sacco JrndV Varizettl was bomb this v Elliott his wife and two children were thrown from their beds by th eSpiosion but were uninjured The house located in Queens Borough Long Island wns damaged consider ably The front porch was torn away the front door blown down nnd every win dow shattered Had Rcceireil Threats Threats were received by Elliott prior to the SaccoVanzettl execution uid for a long time a police guard was maintained about his house After ho guard was removed the policeman n that had instructions to keep i special watch over tile home Elliott expressed the belief that the tombing was done by sympathizers of Sacco and Vaiizetti radicals executed rt Boston for the slaying of a paymaa er A new police guard was ordered iround the home Elliott and his wife were asleep in he rear room on the second floor ot L two story cottage when the bomb exploded Their daughter Gertrude 7 was in an adjoining room while L son Robert 27 and a cousin Thomas Lang were In the room im ledlately over the porch They were 11 thrown out of their beds but re elved only minor bruises Horses Thrown in Panic Windows in houses for two blocks way wero shattered and horses in a tatlon of a milk company several locks away were thrown Into times arrested during strikes of anil wojjterjrCatc Haywood figured as defendant I two trials which attracted nationa attention In one he was convicted o hampering the United States govern ment in carrying on the World wa In the other he was acquitted of mu der Born in 1S6D at Salt Lake Cltj Utah ha first went to work In th mines where his father labored the age of 9 Wast Miners Official Tie was secretary and treasurer o the Western Federation of Miners fo six and while holding that of ffce was arrested with other official of the union on the charge of having murdered former Governor Fran Steunberg Idaho who was blow to fragments on the night of Dec 30 1905 when he opened the gate leading to his home After he wijh other defendants hai been held in jail for 15 months h was finally acciulted when the cas was brotto trial During this confinement he was ao clalist and socialistlabor party can dldate fgr governor of Colorado H helped found the I In 1005 and was its secretary and treasurer from 1015 to 1018 Had Been Arrested Twice He had been arrested twice In con nection with miners strikes in Colo rado and Idaho and was at otne VftVtXgU Sept of hamper Iriff the In carrying on the war With 92 of these defendant he was convicted on Aug 18 191S bu was released on ball pending an appeal After the supreme court had refused review of the case on April 11 1921 Haywood could not be found After a series of rumors which placed ilm In all parts of the world it wa found that he had flea to Russia Hi Jail was forfeited IOWAN KILLED BYUGHTNING Jasper County Farmer Is Knocked From Seat of Corn Planter DES MOINES May hlllip G Tlioma9 26 year old Jaa er county fanner was Instantly filed yesterday afternoon when struck y lightning during an electrical form that preceded the hardest rain this overturning anlc stampeding and everal delivery wagons Police unable to find anyone ho heard or saw thoss who placed ie bomb Members of tho bomb sauad from ew York estimated he bomb had a time fuse and had en placed either on the porch of 10 bouse or undor It half an hour be ore the explosion TAYLOR ENDS 50 YEARS ON JOB Hammill to Attend Traer Publishers Anniversary Celebration TRAER May The com etltion of 50 years as publisher of o StarClipper local weekly Per by IS re today Taylor was celebrated A banquet toniht Is to be attended has visited central prlng Thomas was planting corn when truck Ho was hurled from tho Planter and his clothing set on fire A widow and two small children sur vlve The rainfall which continued thru out most of the night approached cloudburst proportions in DCS Moines where inches fell Numerous part of the state reported rain exceeding an Inch Streets here were trans formed into slzeablo streams making many crossings impassable nnd caus inr no number of automobillsts trou Many basements were flooded The rain was a big benefit to pas tures and small grain which recently were reported suffering from drouRhth In parts of the state Virtually all of the state was visited by therain No reports of damage from hail were re ceived by the weather bureau and rlalroad service apparently was not affected by the storm Points reporting the heaviest pre cipitation to tho weather bureau here nvre Des Molnea Inches Sioux City Boone Jefferson edar Rapids and Carroll Rainfall elsewhere was reported to be less than a half Inch for the 24 hours endingat 7 a m McNary Says President Is Still Undecided on Relief Measure WASHINGTON May asked by republican Independents In the senate the McNaryHaugen farm relief and the JonesWhite mer chant marine bill today reached Presi dent Coolidge In tho same envelope Predicting a veto of the farm bill Senator Korrls republican Nebraska a supporter of that measure asked In he senate that Mr Coolidge also veto the merchant marine measure He de scribed the shipping hill which would provide extensive replacement of the merchant marine subsidy prop osition because of provision for liberal ocean mall contracts to private ship pers President Coolidge has 10 n which to sign or veto thd Tdglsla1 tlon Senator McNary Oregon conferred it length with the president today re garding the bill He in conjunction with representative Haugen Iowa fid the farm relief forces In congress o victory Oregon after tha white Dr GuslaV Siresemayii Ger man foreign minister taken seri ously ill during tho heat of n po litical campaign is saW to havo burned up Ills vifal energy by strenuous worlc Roosevelt Is Expected to OfferSmith Candidates Seek HomeState Politicians to Present EXPECT LEWIS TO TAKE STAND Reporter Testifies Slayer Said He May Have Shot Innocent OTTUMWA May earanca on the witness stand of J verett Lewis on trial for first de murder for the confessed slaying f John F Webber prominent local inker was anticipated today ps the urth day of began In district urt heie Lewis appearance In his vn behalf was expected to be the rst move of the defense after com etlon of the states case which was xpectcd to occupy only day a short time John llnmmltl and a group Journalists including Hnrvey Ing ham of the DCS Moines Register and W C Jnrnaffin president of tho Iowa Press association Mr Taylor started work as an extra helper on the Clipper 5 years ago four years Inter purchased the tnr His competitor for several years was Titnia Jim Wilson later secre tary of agriculture who edited the Clipper which Mr Taylor purchased Talk on Uncertainties of Life Proves True Chicago Lecturer Dies CHICAGO May nraon 45 statistician nf the Union entral Life Insurance company wns eel iiiing company employes last night on the uncerlninly of life In be midst of his talk he collapsed and The defense has announced its plan show that Lewis was temporarily Insanse when he shot Webber to death at his home here the night of April 7 after chargingthe former banker nnc state senator with withholdingfunds from tho estate ot Lewis grand mother Lewis interviewed Jr his cell after his arrest told Thomas Keefe Ji reporter that it began to look as tho he had shot an Innocent Keefe testified yesterday ns a state witness This was after the reporter bad In formed him that records showed Web ber had no connection with tho estate Tho defendant tola C E Hnrdlmr deputy sheriff that had he known Webber was not connected with the Ottumwa National bank trustees for tho estate at the time IIB would not have shot him nccoring to tcstimonv whn wns lieutenant colonel of the deputy Lewis nlso told the deputy that his first claim of self de fense was baseless as Webber had no weapon Hasdfng testified Acetylene Torch Is Blamed for Fire in Sterling III STERLING May ire believed to have started from iparks from an acetylene torch a loss of approximately J300 100 at tho plant of the Northwestern 3art Wire company here this morn Hcvern workmen on an upper floor vere to jump flom a window vhon cut off from a stairway None vera injurrd Paul Billon president of the eom innj when Informed of the blaze to Sterling from Chicago by About 400 men will ba thrown put that presidential ca summed up In rthe nomlnnt ipeechea at the national conven lions and ono of tin problems of the various aspirants for tho presidency Is to determine who should propose their names to tho delegates at Kan sas City nnd Houston next month Some candidates havo made a de cision others have not It Is a cer tainty however that the honors will fall to members of the homo stnta delegations That Is a custom rarely if ever disregarded SfcNab Hoover Ot the republicans Hoover looks to John McNab a San Francisco law yer to place him In nomination al tho lor personal reasons McXab may stand asido for some other member of tho California delegation Lowdcn has not shown big hand The convention will be called on to name Curtis by the massive Poly Tinchcr once a picturesque member o congress from Kansas To Will Wood lha veteran representative from In dlana probably will fall of proposingWatson Just who wil eulogize other candidates Including several favorite has not been decided As to tha democrats there is some talk that John W Davis party stand ard hoarer In 1024 and Ibis year a delegate at larire to the Houston con vention from Now York might pres ent Smiths name Mny He Roosevelt JImmio Walker New Yorks dapper mayor also has been men tioned but indications now nre that Franklin D Roosevelt democratic vice presidential nominee In 1920 will bo the Smith spokesman He placoA him iri nomination at ths historic Madison Square Garden convention four years ago Hull Tennessee expects to ask Col Harvey H Hannah Oliver Springs who was a lieutenant his regiment In the Spanish war to call for his nomination while George of Georgia Reed of Missouri and Others who will fro Into the demo cratic convention with delegate sup port have not Indicated who will speak for them Nobile Unable to Lower Explorers on Lenin Land SEciDliif ABOUT MISSING YOUTHBLASTED Playmate Changes Stones of Chicago Boys Dis appearance May Imagination which al CHICAGO Bogdons ready has moved a small mountain ot sand finally has put police In a pique They locked Bruno up last night Bruno is only S years old but his Imagination Is full grown lie wag the playmate of the missing John Pyrek also 8 and It IB to him that the police have looked since Tuesday for Inforr mation that would glvo some clew to Johns whereabouts Three different stories Bruno has told each story starting a renewed search and Inspiring new hope In the breasts of Mr and who today were reported nea collapse from uncertainty over thel sons fate First in Freight Car Brunos first story led to a genera order from the Northwestern Railroa company offices for a search ot boxcars on its system The inissln boy according to Bruno had bee locked up in a car which later wa hauled away by a freight train Tlum Bruno said bee Italia Returns to Base at Kings Bay After Mile Trip ICINGS BAY Spitzbergen May dirigible Italia returned to her base here at a m from an exploring trip to Lenin land The weather was fine The long flight was the second that the Italiahas made over the polar re gions since her arrival at Kings Bay The first flight was made on May 11 id lasted only about eight hours altho it had been hoped that tho ship would make a 40 hour cruise Fogand a heavy snowstorm com pelled General Nobile to turn back after covering about 300 miles General Nobile sailed over lamln land for four hours The view was HO forbidding however that he aban doned bis plan to land men on the un explored region to make various scien tific investigations Conditions were found entirely uilsuttcd It was ex plained for such explorations sinco tho most favorable time passed with the first half of May After flying over Lenin land tho dirigible turned and headed Its blunt noso toward Icings Bay It wns esti mated that It had taken about 23 hours to niako the trip of some mites Stanley from KInBs Bay to Lenin land This rate ot speed should have brot the ilrshlp back to its bass shortly before midnight last night but the contrary Republican Committee to Meet Early to Hear Contests of Delegates CIirCAGO May re publican national committee has been called to meet In Kansas City on June I to contests over delegations to the convention The call sent out today o West West said he understood there would bo contested delegations from Tennes see IxuilKinna Mississippi Alabama nnd possibly Georgia ienrge Whar ton Pepper former Pennsylvania sen ator Is of the committee on credentials which will hear tho con where they wero Acting o this tip scores of men ana two steam shovels worked all yesterday movln tons of sand only to find the efforts wasted Weil I guess John didnt ffet burte n the sand after said Bruno wh tad watched tho steamshovels attacl tho pilo all day long I think ho fol in tho They took Bruno to the river au ie pointed to the exact spot where 10 said his playnfata sank out ot Police made plans to start dragging he river today They admitted how vcr considerable aggravation and dc Idcd that all other methods havimj tiled thoy would keep the boy a pri oncr a while AH Pleas Have Failed Pleas of distracted parents cajolery andy tickets to amusement parks tlio Indly questioning by have illed to bring from Bruno a positive clew Today they were to play their last card Brunos mother was to take him to see Mrs Pyrek lie was to be shown tho missing hoys nnd clothes Thru two mothers loves It was hoped Bruno would toll what really his little play mnta whether ho lives or ia dead IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy ioniRlifc nml Sat urday possibly Ihuiiilcrsliowers thin afleriioou or toniKht in cnst portion not iimeli clinngc In tcm pera I u re LOCAL STATISTICS figures for 21 lour period ending nt TtfO oclock a m 76 Decrees Thursday Lowest in Night U A M fi 21 of niiindi At the risk of overdoing things a tit the weather man out a juar er of an Inch more rain Thursday lietwcnn and oclock K tlio weeks total precipitation o Inches most of which found Its vay Into tho blaik soil Friday riiorn rig dawned clear wind In south cmperattiro at summer level In he1 or orcnoon however a marker ile brlnslng with it the possi winds held her hack westward was slow and progress BREMEN FLYERS EXPECT TSOLIM TO LEAVE CITY FOR MANCHURIA X r I Southerners Advance tfljj Old Capital Along Railway Lins RIILLETIN CANTON May long shoremen anil lightermen truck today and refused to discharge car KOM of Japanese steamers Tho unions wero Iryinp to persuade the crews of Japanese ves sels o join tho walkout OHAXGHAI May Tho v tlonallsta were approaching evo nearer Peking today J Members of foreign at Shanghai believed that erners were preparing to retire fronf tho capital In to Manchuria Tho nationalists were believed to advancing along the lino of PekingHankow railway The theft latesfi es nationalist reports claimed that had reached Paotingfu about SO miles south of Peking on tho Troops Only 7 Miles Axvay j Tho nationalist news agency sal4j that the vanguard of Shansl troopsTl which are allied with the nationalists had reached Changsintlen aboirif seven miles southwest o Peking Junkers F13 Badf Dam aged in Landing at Ford Airport DETROIT May linkers airplane In which Ihe trans Ulantic Bremen flyers are touring the United States was so badly damaged n landing at the Ford airport here that it will ho left here and he crew will proceed to Boston by ft wns announced by tour man gers The flyers plan to leave on the richlgaiiccnlral at P today ho original program called for de aiture Saturday The flyers announced today that icy planned to leave Boston for Al next Monday morning timing loir arrival In iho New York capita bout noon After spending tho re lainder oC the day nnd night there Indications of danger to Peklnrf wero seen in attempts of Marshall1 Uiang TsoLln northern dictator to hearten his own troops and discredit tha nationalist generals He Issued ei proclamation accusing Gen Feng Yu Hslang nationalist ally ot cooperating with tho communists nnd attempting to foment antiforeign This lust charge wna regarded aai i attempt to Involve tho with the Japanese Negotiation Attempt Fails 1 n M H m clmmber aintaining order Chiang KatShck nationalist com r an ul atempt to open negotiatio Leutenant General discuss the Japanese demands on uio Banking government General Fukuda refused to negotiate except h a personally appointed delegate WANT WAR TO STOP 16 Bremen crew expects to hop off or Montreal early Tuesday morning Tho flyers hope to have repairs iadc on the Junkers plane PI3 In mo for It to be flown to Boston for he hop to Albany and Montreal TOQUIZHEFLIN ON SLUSH FUND Senator to Be Asked About His Facts Regarding Smiths Expenses WASHINGTON Mny SVnator Heflin Alabama relentless foe of Goi Alfred K Smith is to be called before tho senate carnpFilKti funds committee probably next wools on Ills charges of a hiiKo slush fund on Smiths behalf Chairman Stoiwor said the commit ted would iinderiiiko to clear the IOIIAlist of witnesses It now lias bo fore calling upon Sonntor Ilpflin to furnish any facts ho might have rela tive to the Smith campaign financing of any activity Asked 1C ho would accept the invi tation Senator Hcflln said bo had not said In his In tbn senate that ho any specific facia hut merely expressed a belief based upon various reports Hint had reached him from ninny sources I Ms speech yesterday he expressed the opinion that had been Tent on lichnlf of Smiths campaign in tbn past four years and said that the reported In thi work for the oamlldncy of Herbert Hoover was not j drop In the bucket rimpareti to what ho bus TOKYO May Jnp ancse representatives In north and China today were Jnstructed to tho two warring governments governments ha Japrtn hoped for a speedy terml er Proscnt disturbances nation China Tho government Instructed Kenklchl osWzawa minister to Peking anfl S to effect to id nolthnrTI dictator anklng government The memorandum alno said that should dlsturhnnccs develop afc ik towards Tientsin nnd affecting Manchuria Japan might take effectives eps for jnnJmnlnlns rf Manchuria Japan however would maintain a strictly neutral attltuda be tween contending forces JjMJtjr iurtfter Automobile of Bowmans Wife Seized by Creditors S MOFNKS May An automobile belonging to Mrs Cnrrlo wifo of former State Senator M Bowman republican for governor was seized here today on execution to cat ID fy a Hawk county hill for electricity Funeral of Mrs Raymond of Floyd to Be Saturday FLOYD May services will bo ho 1 horo Saturday for Mrs Jfary Ann 77 who died Thursday Mrn Raymond Ihrd 12 year and died of AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I aint got no patience with Pas sister Jane She an Bill are poor as dirt an need help but sbes proud is Satan an ever time we help Jier out she acts hate ful just to show us she aint no   

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