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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 19, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 19 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PHESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 192 HOOVER AND SMITH GAIN OREGON SUPPORT i YANKEE PATROL OFFICER DIES IN NICARAGUA Wounded Captain Suc cumbs Before Medical Aid Arrives MANAGUA Nicaragua May American marine and his commanding officer lay dead in northern Nicaragua today as two columns of marines struggled thru the dense forest tryingto reach the iso lated patrol oC which the slain men were members Altho airplanes had succeeded In dropping medical supplies to the pa trol ot marines which clashed with rebels near Paso Real Capt Robert S Hunter who was seriously wounded in the combat diea before help sent out from Quailall could reach him One marine enlisted man whose name was not learned and a Nlcaraguan na tional guardsman were slain In the righting as were rebels The other members of the Isolated patrol remained in camp today near the scene ot the battle until the relief columns arrived The district thru which the reinforcements were ad vancing is so nearly impenetrable that several aviators who attempted to maintain contact with the patrol had been unable to locate them In the nenss forests and It was not until late yesterday that an airplane found them and brot back the news ot Captain Hunters death Two additional encounters with rebels in northern Nueva Segovia in which two insurgents were wounded f were reported to brigade headquarters E Riddehof who la charge a small cavalry patrol Japanese Cut Off RetreE TsoLin SOUTHERN TROOPS NEAR OLD CHINESE CITY RECEIVE REFUND Comptroller Puts 0 K on Excess Loan Settle ment Plan FOirr DODGE May comp troller of the currency has authorized settlement of claims oE depositors of the defunct First National bank of Britt against the directors ot the In Btltution Frank Maher attorney for the receivership announced here Application for an order to settle excess loans claims totaling for will Te filed soon In United States district court here Mr Maher saia Among the directors involved are Gov John Hammill J A Spalla Ira Peck J A Spalla and H C Armstrong all Britt and A J Cole Clear Lake Twelve depositors with claims to taling more than filed a state ment with the comptroller of the cur rency declaring themselves satisfied with a settlement This amount was considered Insufficient tut when directors offered the receivership was satisfied and comptroller approved the acceptance of that figure Kockford Student Honored ROCKFORD May Nel son who attends Iowa Steta college Ames wag honored with being elected to Tau Beta PI natlonEl honorary engineering fraternity I The GlobeGazette Readers a New Map of Europe Twentyone out of 27 nations changed boundaries Only six of the nations of Europe have the same boundaries they had In 1918 Norway and Sweden Spain and Portugal Switzerland and Holland retain their former sizes and shapes Every other nation looks different on the map Fifty out of 200 largest cities of Europe have new names These and other changes have made old maps useless The NEW MAP OF EUROPE from our Wash Ington Information bureau shows all ot the changes with old and new boundaries and spellings Use the coupon predenc J Hasltln Director Tlie Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau UasIiitiRfon D C I enclose herewith 10 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the new MAP OF EUROPE Street City Stato Street scene in Peking China wliicli is the immcdfafe Km of ilu southern nationalist nrmy PcUfnc ncient capital of China is bcinK defended by Marshal TsoIJn who has refused the siiBKeston of Toltyo ary leaders that lie abandon Jiis stronghold mid retreat Into Manchuria Upon Ins refusal the Japanese the a military stationed strong bodies of troops at Hie gateways to Mnnrhuria which means that TsoLln must fight It out with the approaching nationalists for there is no other pa remain nnd escape Pastor Accuses 2 Bishops Northern Dictator Ignores Tokyos Request to Leave Before Nationalists Arrive Marshal Indicates He Will Stand Fast Before Ad vance of Southerners Door Is Closed to Escape Into Manchuria PEKING May ot Chang TsoWn northern dictator to heed a Japanese warning intended to prevent Chinese civil warfare from spreading to Manchuria Intensified tho situation In China today Chang was advised hy the Japanese to retire to Manchuria because It he were baaten by the southerners nationalists he would not ho permitted to seek refuge there since Japan would tolerato no figlitlns In that province Chang made plans instead to drive back the southerners while Japan proceeded to Increase the strength of the Japanese garrison at the seacoast end oC the great wall Mocking any possibility of Changs retreating thru there This was reganlert as the most mo mentuous development in the far oast FOR NEW FLIGHT Expedition Direct to North Pole to Be Started in Few Days KINGS BAT Spltzbergen May ID Umberto Noblle was go Ing ahead with plans today for a flight to the vicinity ot the North Pole In about four days Tho dirigible Italia in her hangar after a flight of miles to the vicinity of Lenin land and return was baing thoroly overhauled in preparation for this venture Besides the flight to the North Pole another Is projected to north Greenland and the Mackenzie river Couldnt Sea New Land The scientists on the Italia were prevented from observing If any new land lay beneath them during the flight because of fog Some birds were seen In the vicinity ot Lenin land but the fog cut off any sight of tho land Itself Calculations Indi cated that the airship reached a point 500 kilometers from the northeast coast of Lenin land Fog also prevented any observation which would have established whether tha pooily authenticated Giles land exists After the dirigible had been In flight for 20 hours the drinking wa ter tea coffee and meat were frozen and the bread became as hard as a stone On tho return flight the east coast of the Spitsbergen archipelago was mapped altho land Jce and sea Ice Joining It made the determination of ths coastline difficult Took ZOO Photograplu The crew took ZOO photographs made 100 typographical observations and exposed more than fiOO meters ot motion picture film during the Jour ney Flying high over Spitzbergen to es cape collision with the high moun tains whose summits were obscured by fog the Italia returned to Kings bay with enough gasoline for 15 hours more of flying MacNider to Arrive Saturday Night by Auto From Washington Hanford MacNider left Chicago Sat urday morning on the last leg of hla Journey by automobile from Wash ington D C to Mason City The tour Included a visit at Indianapolis the national Legion headquarters WEATHER NEXT WEEK Por the upper Mississippi and low er Missouri valleys and the northern and central great fair until Tuesday or Wednesday followed by Bliower period no extremes ot heat or cold likely M E Leaders Are Recalled McDowell and McConnell Named in Charge Before K C Convention KANSAS CITi May Bishops William F McDowell Wash ington nnd Francis J McConnell PlHshurph were charged with heresy in a complaint filed by the Rev George A Cooke ot Wilmington with the secretary ot the quad rennial general conference ot the Methodist Episcopal church here to day The complaint alleged the teaching of false doctrines support ot the charge cited statements made by Bishop McDowell In Ills hook That I May gave Some and by Bishop Mc Connell In z hook entitled Religious Raymond J Wade secretary of the conference said the charges would be referred to tho episcopacy committee for whatever consideration that body might care to give them Mr Coolre Is a retired minister and is not a delegate to the general con ference He la an old foe of Bishop McCon nell and early In tho conference ses sions charged the Pittsburgh bishop with maladministration and immoral ths latter count relating to al leged approval of the teaching o the theory of evolution The conference threw out as absolutely groundless Return From California ROCKWELL May and Mra Roy Shultz are back from Santa Monica where they have spent the past year The trip both going and coming was made with car and thoroly enjoyed Business matters caused Mr return at this me TO BE CREMATED Part of Ashes Will Be Sent to Chicago for Burial MOSCOW Mar body of William D Big Bill Haywood will cremated tonight to carry out the terms of his will by which half of bis ashes are to be sent to Chicago He lirected that they wore to be buried near the graves oC the radicals who ivere executed for participation in the Haymarket riot ot 18S6 The other halt will be burled In Vfoscow with the body of the Hungar an communist Landler Tlie urn will remain In Moscow until tha convening of the communist international con gress The comparative Inactivity for the last five years of the former fiery secretary ot the Industrial Workers of the World resultedin little stir In communist circles when news ot his death became public Haywood and his wife had been living quietly and unostentatiously nnd both held minor posts with the government He was understood to be writing his autobi ography Haywood died peacefully after a hearty menl dropping into a deep slumber from which he did not awak en Hla Kussian wife whom he mar ried In 1527 some years after the death of his first wifeIn America was watching at his bedside and burst into teats at his passing The body was taken to the club of political refugees where it lay In state surrounded by a guard ot honor com posed ot Russian and foreign com munists A photograph of Marines In Nicara gua to keep an election pure shows two laughing Probably Chicago Times Searchers Think Chicago Boy Talks Thru His Hat AH Stories of Playmates Disappearance Prove to Be CHICAGO May lot of persons who have spentthe week chasing box cars moving sand piles pursuing a phantom kidnaper and ragging ths Chicago river reached the definite conclusion today that R year old Bruno Bogrlon has been talking thru his hat Bruno la the boy upon whom every one depended for Information that would lead to the finding alive or dead of Johnny Pyrek 8 missing since Monday Bruno saw Johnny put In a freight car ao they began look Ing all over the northweaterns sys tnm for htm Then riruno decided his had not been put in a freight car at all but had been burled In a aandplle so they moved tons of sand rsTot finding Johnny they questioned Bruno again and learned that Johnny had ben kidnaped by a big boy Detectives got busy And finally Bruno decided that his play mate had fallen in the river and po lice started dragging it Police feeling much like a printers apprentice wandering all over town looking for rubber typo and Halle ffiiadF decided regretfully last night that Hrnno and JlanH Anderson bad much in common They took the boy to tho municipal psychopathic labor atory where Dr William re fused to give them any comfort Bruno he said was normal men tally Dr Tlickson expressed the opinion that the boys final story WJIR tho truo Johnny hart Into the rivrr The river dragging is being continued FARMHANDSAYS HE KILLED TRIO TO BETERRIBLE Nebraskan Shoots Three Members of Family and Injures Fourth RUSHVILIjB May Sherman 19 who alow three tho family and seriously Injured a 8 months old baby because of a desire to do some thing today faced the possi bility of immediate sentence Police say they had his written confession The Rap between his crime amJ pun tahment was beitipr bridged rapidly to day Arrested yesterday a few hours after the triple ho was ar raigned pleaded GruIEty on three charges of first degree murder nnrl I was bound over to district court for I sentence or trial Sherman a farm linnet talked free ly on the killing oF linger Fonclion T farmer his wife nnd hts mother I To snirl his attentions to the Pochons 13 year old daughter Nell IP were re since UIG Great war There were estions that Japan was planning to establish a protectorate over Man clmrEa in which Japanese bava a amount of capital invested Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS May an article over three months ago I told you ot these proposed trips by airplane and train combined Now ilo papers are full of It Giiijs they thot on account of mine being a joko column that it ivas all the bunk 1 should have relayed the news to an editorial writer and let him tell it Then It would have been authentic The only thing that I see about tlte scheme that la not practical is why would you get off a train on to an airplane Juat he cause night had cone never got off a train and In to a wagon Just because It got larli Yours WILL ROGERS P my re sources when made offer to furnish paint It was a typographical er ror I meant I would semi brush to any town that woulrl paint name ttipyright 1028 TSOLIN SAYS NO PROMOTION OF CITIZENSHIP IS URGEDJJY CAL President Asks More At tention for Second ary Schools A NDOVER May Addressing the student body o Phillips earlier Iriff of educational authorities repre sentinguniversities nnd schools thru out tits country President Coolidgc warned loday against undercntlmat protectorate was heard I ing tho paramount Importance of sec PKKrXG Slay 3hang TsoLln northern dictator has the advice oE Japan that he retire to Mancluula while his army s still undefeated by the untionalKsls tie hns burned his bridges behind lim and faces the prospect of hnv ing to fight oft tho nationalists with Mis back to tlie Great Wall of China Admiral Mark Bristol com mander ot the American naval forces in Asiatic waters was speeding aboard a destroyer from Japan to Tientsin today with a nationalist advance fchrbatenlng At erlcan marines predominate Peking the powers were moving to protect their nationals In many quarters the phrase SENATOR WALSH GIVEN PART OF PRIMARY VOTE N Y Governor Receives Votes Out of Precincts BULLETIN PORTLAND May Oregons presidential preference primary 600 precincts and incumplete out of In tlio sfalfl today gave on the ilcmorratir side Cov Alfred K SniHIi New York Scimfor Tliomna J Montana Sonnlor Jamos A Itceit Missouri On lie republican side 7IJ pre rtncts gave Ilerlicrf Hoover oppnsfid Seven vnfers in hn name of Frank O Lowdeii of Illinois PORTLAND May Gov Alfred E Smith apparently ibtainod Oregons support for the de nociatlc nomination for president on he face ot scattered returns from yes erdays primary Smith received 1S7 votes in 5M out ot prcclncti 11 the stale Senator Thomas J Walsh Mon ana who formally withdrew too late or his nama and those of hla dele gates to bn removed from the ballots a complimentary vote total ng In the some preclncta anrl Senator James A Tleecl ot Missouri ran thlrrt with Herbert Hoover was unopposed for republican nomination in Oregon The total tor him In 707 precincts was had 7 Results In tha tor delegates at Walsh load Tho Walsh men under the primary preference will he hound to support Smith If the sonted by tlio family and thnt he them to get the girl antl her parents money The crime reconstructed before T coroners jury took place about reakfast time Pochon was shot ivice in tho arm and in the back The childs grandmother probably was killed next She was shot thru the jaw Mrs Pochon the mother oC seven children was shot In the head The authorities believed Sherman then struck the baby who was reported dying from concussion of the brain Sherman went to anolhcr room ivhcre the other children were sleep ing and threatened them Nellie tho eldest persuatlcrl Mm to leave tho iouse with herSherman told officers that he frenucntly had spells during which bn was overcome with a to do something and that t was during one such spell that he attacked the Pochons GOES ON TRIAL FOR POOL DEATH Orville Hanes Identified as Man Who Shot Mason Cityan at Fort Scott FORT KCOTT May trial ot Orvllle Hancs charged with Ilia fatal shooting of John L Pool of Mason City In tho II K and T yards here on tho night of Saturday March 31 was begun Friday morn ing in district court Tho opinion seems to prevail that ITanes defense would be an alibi al tho the attorneys for the defense have not made this known A jury was procured at Friday afternoon after an all morning examination Bob Bniton companion of Pool at tiie timo of the killing and the strong est witness for the stale was one of the first witnesses called to the stand n answer to put by Coun iy Attorney K Blincoe Rnrion positively identified Unites as the man who shot Pool lie was on tho stand or more than an hour In reference to Japans not to both the warring Chinese factions that It wonM tolerate no of the peace there ICxpnrt niller Figh The Japanese expected bitter hos tility from all Chinese because of this mote anrl the retrent bloodshed at Tsinan nnd were evacuating their na tionals from Xorth China today Japanese min ister at Peking in Clinng tile note from government warning tlie thnt Japanese effective steps would he taken to maintain the peace in Manchuria verbally advised Chang to withdraw to Manchuria while ho hnrl time The dictator reit erated his determination to stand his ground In Peking In the face oC the nationalist advance The chief Mulcrienlto generals with in rcnch Immediately hurried to Pek ing and conferred with Maishnl Chang their lender Those at the con ference Included Chntig son of tho dictator Chang Tso Ilsiang military governor ol Kirin and Yang YuTing chief of staff of tile marshal Present Manchuria Retreat Tho Japanese memorandum was hamlerl iho watring leaders of north and south nationalist China antt wns couched In vague terms which did not Indicate Tokyos Interpretation of appropriate ami effective steps for TO PACK It 8 IOWA FORECAST Generally fair tonight ami Sun day Sliclilly cooler in ho north east portion Senate Authorizes Probe of Postmaster Appointments WASHINGTON May The senate today adopted tho fieorgc resolution authorising the itc ciimniittoc to investi gate rirrmnstinrrs Ktirrniinrllng the 1 appointment of postmasters LOCAL STATISTICS ondary schools In raining men to h lawahlrilng patriotic and Godfearing citizens Havingtravelled overnight from Washington o mnlcn UIB principal ad flrpss at tlie BXCI cises of I he academy linre nosirlent remained iti Andovrr only n fow hours to proceed Immediately at lunch to lYnrllmnipton o visit Mrs Lemira fioorlhuc Mrs mother who has bncn dangerously ill since last in AmJover Mr Cnollrlgn was niaiip the object ot enthusiastic atten tions on the part of the people nnd authorities Dressed In full academic robes including hbick gown goM tas selcd cap nnd a purple hood lined with yellow nnd white President Coolidge told his audience that not sufficient has been placer on the Im portance ot the secondary schools in comparison with ihtf universities Prcslilrnt Coolidge finally urged his to continue working for the improvement and advance of tlinlr country He rrrnllrr the sacrifices of the Anipricnns and Thn rlny come when we seen their fnlflllod when wo have seen tholr faith justified ami wlifrii has demonstrated the corrrrlnrss of thrir Wo mny lif Mint oiijcountry iff alto gftber worthy of us It will nrrrs sary io dpmonst rate that wp are wor thy of otir Train Wns Early ANnOVKft May dent nnd Mrs Coolidgri arrived here at n m to attend tho celebration of the onn hundred fiftieth anniver sary of Phillips Academy Their spe cial train pulled In 10 minutes abend of schcfluip A committee composed of Alfred K Stoarns hrndmnstcr of acaflemy AlfrnrJ Whitman prrsldent of the nrndfmy bnnrrl n tniFfenx nnd Thnmns Cochran of York wrnt aboard the train to gvrrt the dis nguiKlied gucKls Soon afterward tliey wern nYKrn o tlm hnmr of Dr Rtnains escorted by of police nnd cavalry to remain until the timr srt for the prrn Mrnt to rlflhor shortly before 1 I a in Mr anrl Mrs Frank W Stearns nf Hoston accompanied MIR president on ils train fogclbrr with iil army nffinrrs ind secret pprvice ncn finnl result Is the same as Indi early returns BANDITS FRISK DERBYGAMBLERS 4 Armed Men Take From Poker Players in Louisville Hotel LOUISVILLK May Four armed bandits soft spoken and deft fingered tool from 12 players In a poker game at tho Sod bach hotel here last night A knock at llin rloor announced the robbers approach A spectator In the crowded room turned Hie lock Four strangers entered pistols gripped In their right hands lvp your scats leader said Then spying the houss ilutortlvo in a corner the spokesman iletnJlcil one ot bis followers to lonu tho officer In a closet WIrfs to tho room tclcphone were clipped While three bandits pointer pistoh at spectators ntnl players a fourth searched each man running his thru pockets so smootlily Hint several reported later they could not feel him frisking Locking the donr and taking tiji key the left the hoI way of the elevator nnd It Is bolleveil mingled with derby crowds on Louis villes BtrectB roller railed as soon is the victims could liberate them neken were unable to trace thn ban dits movements after leaving ths lobby Neither the hotel management nor police madr public the names of tha victims It Is understood bownvpr they weie derby visitors In n friendly GlohcCiaaella weather figures forff D I T LIi nning at ociock Liner Pennland Hits 24 hour period a m Saturday Highest Kriilay 71 Degrees in Nifflit Degrees At A SI fil Degrees Kninfatl 18 of an Inch Xorth Iowa probably would appce ciiito the iviin which lins ns sci led Itself latuty more next July and August tlian it docs nt present For tho fifth day in succession there a shower Frirlny night Hie weeks total in Indies Ticld work Iiaa been up percep tibly ly the Imi finnoiK hnvo been ly Ihc irriuil of niolituie Freighter During Fog YOfflC May 1 liner rpiuilanrl outbound for by way of Halifax col lirJcHl Uilh the inboiinrl freighter An niKion City from ISalllinnrft during a fog rmtsidr of Snmly 1 look u of Vnillanrl rtnmage to vo lino but Hnld mo wns Injured lie wire I hf would rerjuirn mv ssiflame The rlnmnse Ui the Crelshlcr was said to be Blight today ropoiterl II hi tliit no AUNT HET By Robert Quillcn It scorns hypocritical to me the way that new pvcaclior prays slow and careful like he couldnt ex pect no answer if he made a mistake in his   

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