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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER rnf HOME AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PBBSS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE v VJU WVA UJNlTiSB FHESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE CTTY A 1UWA MUJNDAY MAY 28 1928FIVE CENTS PER copr ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE NORWEGIAN ACE TO SCAN ARCTIC FOR ITALIA DEMONSTRATION AGAINST ILDUCE ALARMS EUROPE Austria Fears Voice of Mussolini Cable Ed itor Says CAR WATS OX Associated Press Cable NUMEROUS active influences were directed against tho Italian gov ernment last week There were out and demonstrations both in Jugoslavia and Austrian Tyrol In both countries the Italian consulates were attacked and the Italian Has torn down Austria apologized to the Italian charge daffaires at Vienna the Ital ian flag was rehoisted and saluted by Austrian soldiers but the demonstra tions continued The Austrian gov ernment was concerned lest the pow erful voica of Mussolini might be raised again In denunciation of such acts as it was when Austria aroused his anger by wide protest against the Italian administration in theTyrol leading to the alleged mis treatment ot Austrlans and Germans resident there Demonstrations Continue At Sebenlco and Laidach Jugo slavia the demonstrations were consid ered more serious for Jugoslavians have been aroused by the Influence which Italy has exercised in Albania and also by a convention negotiated at Xettuno but not yet ratified whereby Italians may acquire land within 30 miles Jugoslavias Adriatic sea coast At Buenos Atreg Argentina the Ital ian consulate was bombed eight per sona in tha buildingwere killed many others This was declared to MARCH ON CONVENTION IS FARMERmAN Expected to Des cend on for Farm Relief Great Britain in approval to antiwar pact devised by the American secretary of state Frank B Kellogg Japan declared hec readi ness to enter into discussions for the cessation of wars and the establish ment of universal peace Move to Unite Feasants A movement waa begun for a union of the peasants of Czechoslovakia Hu man and Jugoslavia to form a united frontxagainst fascism and bolshevism Bulgaria Austria and Hungary have been Invited to Join There waa little change in ths war situation In China The armies of the northern dictator Marshal Chang Tso Lin took the offensive at several points tnd were reported to have gained ground On the other hand the southerners moved toward tha north nnd Kalkan an Important city lyingto tho north west of Peking was said to have fallen into their hands The battle line In Chlhll province now is a circular one with Paotlngfu 80 miles from Peking about the central point It Is along this line that Changs forces are en deavoring to hold back the advance of the southerners Greeces strongman Eleutherios Venlzelos who gained fame as premier ot that country and as warmsup porter ot the ailled cause In the World war returned to Athons to take the helm If necessary to maintain the republic nnd defeat what he believes are royalist plans for a dictatorship or something similar Thompson Couple Has Son THOMPSON aray and Mrs Palmer living south of here announce the birth of a baby boy The GlobeGazette Offers Its Booklet on ZionTark The wildest spot In America dis covered centuries ago by Coronado visited by a few lost Mormon pioneers but otherwise shunned and feared the canyon lanti of southwest Utah has been renched by road and rail and made a na tional pnrk A fine picture booklet of this wonderland has been prepared for our Washington information bu renu It is worth while whether you ever go to ZIon National Park or not Order by the attached coupon ireilenc J Haskm Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau D C I enclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of tlie booklet XfOX NATIONAL IAKK Slrect Cily Slate Senate Refuses to AdjouriT by Tuesday Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD May Tou can always tell when the sen ate Is getting near a close The Boulder dam bill will come up Some day somebody with Interest In ftmt bill at heart will bring it up the first day of congress and then If some Arizona senatdr can talk from then to the close why it will be a record and just a repeti tion They knew Coolidge would veto the farm bill Well if they had had the fanners Interest at heart and wanted to see him receive some help this summer why didnt they have some kind of a compromise bUl ready that he would sign No sir there was more politics than relief in that bill Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1928 ported to be planning on Kansas City during the republican national convention next month will find the city prepared to care for them Conrad llann chairman ot the local committee on arrangements said today He said he had received numerous tlegrams and letters since the failure oft ho McXaryHaugen bill inquiring about house activities He assured those seeking accommodations there would be room for all Tha presidents retto has stirred Up the farm Mr Mann said Apparently this will increase the attendance considerably but we are prepared to handle this convention and will take care of all who Asked If there was any indication as to how many additional visitors might cbme hero In the interests of farm relief legislation Mr Mann said that it inquiries continued at the present rate perhaps could be expected Informed that middlewcstern farm or ganizations were reported to be at temptlnglo mobilize an army he said he believed suchan esti mate was too high Arrival today or LaFayette B Gleason Xew York secretary of the convention will mark tho opening of a week ot activity He will consult wtih the housing committee and open con vention headquarters While the con vention does not start until June 12 several committees will convene tho forepart of next weak OFFICER KILLS Chauffeur Mistaken for Ban dit Who Robbed New York Cafe NEW rORK May taxi cab driver who with three companions was forced nt pistol point to act as SEARCHERS ORGANIZE TO HUNT I With Iiopes for safety of Gon TJmberto Noliiie Italian Polar explorer rind his crew on the Italin steadily fading great preparations are lielng made by file Norwegian government for rescuo of tho craft and Us pas sengers now generally believed to be lost and possibly forced to Inntl in 1h0 wastes nf the Arctic Nothing 1ms been heard from the explorers almost three days General Noitile who has made his second flight to the pole Is shown on tho riglit His lie dirigible Italia as it was Irtio toerapheil over Stockholm Swed en is nt tite top In rtie center are Captain Wilhlns left and Ileu tenant Eielson nlio flew from Alaska across the Pole and Roald vo ing erefl to search for the miss explorers FORCED TO CAST VOTE BREAKING TIE Boulder Dam Project Is Still Pending House Ready to Quit TUASHINGTOX May senate today defeated a motion to adjourn congress tomorrow at 5 p m Ths vote was 40 to 40 and Vice President Dawes broke the tie by vot ing against the resolution Previously the senate had defeated two attempts by Senator Johnson ot California to prolong the session in order to give more time for action on the Boulder canyon clam bill Thia leaves congress without any adjournment hour for this session At tempts to fixe June 5 and then next Saturday as the adjournment date were defeated in order When ths voto for adjournment to morrow was announced Vice Presi dent Dawes Immediately voted In the negative and the house resolution was defeated Breaks Tie When the vico president struck the desk with his gavel and aalrt tho chair would vote no his announcement was greeted with applause from both yie floor and tlia gallery Mr Dawes did not undertake to shut It off Asked what the next move would bo Curtis Kansas the re CHECK WRITER GETSJO YEARS Jesse Frogg Will Serve Sen tence at Anamosa Kel ley Grants Divorce FOREST CITY May C H Keliey ot Charles City held a spe cial session of court here The first case up was that oC Jesse Frogff a farm hand workinpr for three years In the vicinity of Crystal Lake who pleaded guilty to forgery and was penalized with an Indeterminate sent ence of one to 10 years at Anamosa His brother Effort after a prelimi nary hearing waa released Othcf matters which came before Judge Keliey at this session pertained lo the two banks recently closed in this county A hen ring was held on objections to classificationof claims of the Wlnnebaso County State bank Senators Take 20 Verdict From Boston BOSTON May held Boston to five hits today and pitched tha Senators into a 2 to 0 vic tory in the first same of a double header here today Washington scored Its two tallies in the fourth Washington 200 5 1 Boston COD 5 I Znchary ami Talc Morris Mac Fnydcn anil Berry Farmers State bank of md of tho Lake Stills The Oakwood Cemetery association applied to Judge Keliey to appoint a trusteeship as the organization has a sum of money on hand and transacls considerable business Judge Keliey appointed Mrs W A Olson to act as trustee for the organi zation which requires a Iiond of An absolute divorce with per mission to remarry at any time and to resume hnr maiden name wns granted by Judge Keliey to Ifnzel Lackore Thill from Nicholas Thill WORKERSNAME FOSTER GITLOW shield for seven hold up men robbing f a lower east side restaurant early tills Communists Select PreSlden morning wns fatally wounded by a policeman who mistook him for one of the bandit gang policeman who been at tracted by the sound of a shot fired by one of the robbers arrived just as the four chauffeurs were attempting to escape from the infuriated diners who also thot the men were part of the gang that had robbed them of in cash and jewelry He opened fire shooting two of the men and felled another with his night stick Louis Mfshken who was shot thru the chest dice later In the hos pital tial Candidate and Running Mate YORK May Wil liam Z Foster former I W W lead er and iienjnmin Oitlow radical lead er of New York are the presidential and vice nominees respec tively of tlie workers communist parly of America They were named at the closing Japan Moves Troops Manchurian Border TOKYO Mny battalion of troop lins liecn sent from nl Kyiiznn Korea In llin Mnnchnriiin bonier ns an nut crowlh o n raid by Manrluirian ban dits across the Korean frontier in meeting of the party convention Xew York yesterday We must huilcl a soviet govern ment in United Foster in Ms speech of acceptance It will come and behind it will stand a red Ho tolil the delegates anJ parly members present they must te ready to turn the next imperialis tic war into a civil The platform upon which they will demands recognition of soviet Russia amendment of tlie oiRlitccntl tho Volstead act re of AtncricHiy troops from STILL HUNT FOR LAM AP KILLERS Casualty List Is Three Dead One Missing and Two Wounded SCOTT CITV May casualty list showing three dead one missing anil two wounded today kept scores of posscmen on the alert in the hopG that some trace would be found of the four desperadoes who disap peared in the canyons and thickets of this rugged country after robbing a bank at Lamar Wednesday While search of tho cactusstrewn hills chalk caves and thickets of the badlands of western Kansas and east ern Colorado had not been entirely abandoned today many of the volun teers returned to their homes Scores baa had little sleep since Thursday night when Dr W W Wineinger DIghton 20 miles east of here was kidnaped to treat one ot the robbers wounded by bank officials and slain the nexc day the man bunt continuing in this section funeral services were held at for A N Parish presi dent of the First National bank there nnd his son John F Parrish cashier slain when they returned the fire of the robbers the hundreds who attended tiie ceremony was Gov W H vVdams Colorado Finding of the body of Dr Wineing er left llttlo hope that the life of IS A Kessinger kidnaped cashier OC the Lamar bank had been spared He was used as a shield when the robbers es caped In a running gun fight with Colorado officers the day of ilia rob bery ITALIAN TROOPS GUARDLEGATION Italian Business Houses in Dalmatia Sacked by Student Mob HOME May Strong de tachments ot carnhlnlcrl fascist mili tiamen and police today were guard Ing the university buildings legations and consulates of Jugoslavia and Au stria to prevent student demonstra tions in protest against reported at tacks upon the Italian population of Dalmatia and antiItalian demonstra tion at Innsbruck In tho Austrian tyrol Resentment among the students was heightened by reports that antiItalian attacks are continuing especially at Spalato where 25 Italian shops were sacked in addition to all the offices of the Italian Steamship company whilo Italian sailing boats also were damaged Demonstrations against this van dalism have taken plnce in various Italian cities particulurjy at Bari and Boiogna students going to tho head quarters of the barracks where displays ot patriotic mado and speeches Dalmatian students Both Austria and Jugoslavia have recently been the scene of antiItalian demonstrations Relations between Jugoslavia nnd have been some what strained over Italys activities In Albania where the iclation between Austria and Italy have been difficult because of Austrian protests igrtlnst the treatment of tho Austrian minor ity In the Italian Daughter of South Dakotas Governor Weds Newspaperman STOTTX CITY May Maurino Bulosv only daughter of Gov W 1 Bulow of South Dakota married to Hampton Uny Kenas or ot Kioiix Cily feelings were delivered by LEGISLATOR DIES NO AUTHENTIC WORD HEARD OF AIR EXPLORER fee Blocks Departure of Base Ship Mobilized THOMAS S BUTLER With ho death Saturday of Congressman Thomas S Butler above G X llaugen Xorthwoucl becomes tho oldest member of Hint body from the point of continuous service Mr Thomas hail served 16 consecutive terms Mr Hmisen is now serving ilia fifteenth con secutive term FORCES AGAINST SMITH AHEAD IN PRECINCT VOTE Cordell Hull Takes Lead in North Carolina Meetings N May for the forces oppoajnsdi OSLO Xortrny Mny An unconfirmed rumor Is being cir culated hero today that Gen Urn bcrta Xolilios representative lit Vatlsoe Major Vatnnl had received a report from tho Itallas base ship Dl Mllnno tiiat the latter had caught nn emorccncy wireless sigiw on a wave length of meters This is Iho wnvo length of ilio missing dirigible Norway May Lieut Luetzlow Holm Norwegian lying ace started at noon today from lortoii with a Norwegian navy hydro llano for Tromsoo on the first i trip to Spltzbergen to begin a search n the air for the missing dirigible Italia Lieutenant Holm who Intends first explore the nortli and northeast coasts ot SpUzbergen hoped to ar at Tromsoe at midnight will mmediately board the sealer Hobby lircd by tho Italian government for he Spltzbergen trip which Is ready to start as soon as the naval mono plans Is loaded aboard her Lieutenant Holm was accompanied by Mechanic Myre Anolhcr Steamer starts The steamer Broganzn which alsfc is at Tromsoe started today for Spitz beigen Her commander will get In touch with the Italias base ehtp cltta 1 Milano and a search ors o maV Surprised at the defeat ot every ad journment move leaders sat back and declared the situation was in the hands of those who wanted tho indef inite session Both Senators Curds and Robinson of Arkansas the demo ratic leader voted for the house resolution Stock democrat Iowa voted foi he adjournment whilo Brookliart owa republican senator voted igainst it Bniililcr Dam fiili As a last resort to obtain a vote the Boulder dam advocates were pre pared in event their adjournment lostponcment attempts fall to keep he senate in continuous session until whatever time is fixed tor quilting Tho house which cleaned up its im lortant bill calendar Saturday with ispositlon ot the tax reduction mca urc also ran into the possibility of a nebtlng today that would carry It roll Into the night Meeting at 11 a it planned to emain in session for 12 hours if eert he to dispose of several hundred measures unless an ail ournmcnt is taken out of respect to Representative Butler Pennsylvania who died here Saturday Tho Boulder dam and naval bills e tho only ones of tho list of major nsks mapper out for the seventieth ongress yet to bo passed by both TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 3 state preliminary to the 3 pr mary the county conventions anr finally the state convention set to June 12 when delegates to Houston will be selected Returns tabulated by newspapers from S4 of tha 100 counties having a itate convention vote of today ihowcd Representative Cordell Hull Tennessee lending Smith by lj1 votes The vote was Hull Smith 373 uninstructefl 132 Doubtful 103 tuniSmlth BG itrttcted to vote for a dry candidate 3G Governor McLean C to be selected t it mass meeting June 9 04 While both the Hull and Smith camps arc claiming large blocks of itato convention delegates from coun ties In which precinct meetings gave no instruction and many are known o favor one or the other candidate be fact that every democratic eligible to attend more than one county con makes the situation an In volved one Indications today hat the hot battle tween tho Smith groups would continue to be fought toe to toe right up to tho June 12 convention Witli the exception of Wtnston Salem and Charlotte Governor Smith carried most ot the larger cilica of the itate In tlie precinct voting Winston Salom favored Hull delegation and Mecklenburg ana cnarlotte counties generally voted but vithout naming any speclnl candidate EXPECT ARREST IN KIDNAPING Youngstown Police Believe Solution to Disappearance of Girl Is at Hand TpUXGSTOWX May 2J of a Votmgstown man answering the description o f the driver of an automobile in which Beatrice Rosenbaum waa last seen alive here May 14 was expected momentarily to day as police pieced together informa tion gathered after tlie discovery of tiie childs body near Snlem Ohio yes terday Tiie man formerly a resilient of the Police always have heltl to tho belief Hint he fflrl wns within 10 Mocks of her home duringmost of the time search was boin mill believe tills mrule for her Tlioy nnt Saturday avenlngr latter having ill IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy Monday night anil Tuesday probably showers in tiie west portion slightly warmer in tlio soul li central and extreme east portion Monday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hoiir period ending at oclock a m Monday Highest SiMidny 7 decrees in Night 57 decrees Ai 31 44 degrees For like period ending at oVlork Kunilny morning Highest Siiliinluy I cTegreps Lowest in Nighl 37 Tlie noithwest wind did Us worst Sntunlny inrt Sumlny The result was a minimum temperature both nights that wasnt fur enough above the frost level to be comfortable either to man or vegetation Tho wind hns shifted into tlio west Monday mnnilng mvl there wan basis for hope Hint it he back In the south hefrrr long Tlif weather man Sunday said FnmclliirR about warmer weather ahead were however being waged be and nntlSmlth CONGRESSMAN BUTLER IS DEAD Haugen Now Becomes Old est Man in House From Point of Service WASHINGTON Mny A Gil rt X Xorth wootl vhoso name has been attached to series of farm icllof hills in congress n now the member of Diehouse of representatives from point of con tinuous service Death Saturday night of Thomas S Sutler chairman of the houso naval committee anil a mombor of the con gress for lli consecutive terms left Mr with tlie distinction of dlng his seat longer than any other nombcr Ho wus first elected u the Iflysixth congress took office March 1S9 nmi is now serving his fifteenth erm Tteprentatlvc llaugon Is chair nan of the house commit too on agri culture and was one of the sponsors of the McXaryHairjron bills A voteran of 17 terms Henry Allen ooper Of Wisconsin was rlucled to tho muse two years ticrnn Mr Mangiii llt his IPIIJI of rojitlmiotiK siiviee was irokpn during the sixtysixth eonnresH His prcspnt soivice suited in 1021 Kclwanl W Poll Xorih Carolina inn served sinoe 3 001 search for the missing dWlglbteV It is expected that tlio details will be con cluded tonight No word as to tho exact plans has been divulged and the Italian lega tion refuses any information It 7s be loved however that Captain Illlaer second in command of tho Xorth Polo voyage of the Norgo In 192C will bo leader Roald Amund sen the famous Polar explorer and Capt Otto Svcrdrup widely experi incort Arctico explorer liave been railed Into consultation and save es onsivo advice but probably will not mrtlclpale In tho rescuo expedition tscir No Humors Confirmed Capt George Wilkins and Lieut Sirl j Klclson who recently ar ived in Xorway after a flight across he top of the world from Alaska to also were asked to par icipnto hut It Is understood that they ould not sco their way clear and vill leave tonight for Copenhagen vhore they will arrive tomorrow lorning Oslo was tlie center of all sorts of umois today regarding tha fiitf of the but thcio was no confirmation f any of tlio reports Discuss 1ossihte Fulc Arctic exports spent tho weekend xcussliiff all possible contingencies oncernlng tlio italiii Jn view of lotcorological reports Captain rLnrsen that tiio Italia robnbly had Jamlerl somewhere north of Spitzberscn and that It waa not likely that the ship had beon driven any further Lieutenant Holm therefore has been given orders to fly Kinsa Bay northward soarelilng aionff the lea covered coast of north nnd eastern KpitzbeiKcn Jf theory sliottld prove correct It is felt tliat there 1 good hope that the crew of the Italia en n ho rescued ICE DELAYS SHIP Bay Kpitzlicrgen Mny 2s which might have caused TH11X TO AUNT HET By Robert Quillon HiiiTlmml Hoy Seriously 11 Mny Wylmi no son of Mr and Wyhor imy Is FMlnusly in at ills home east of Burchinal with pneumonia I aint never kicked any body but once an that was when I seen that tobacco chawin Lcn Hardy stoopin over an kissin Janes babv right smack in the   

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