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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER fox rtte AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV TTNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION MASONCITY IOWA MONDAY FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PHESS LEASED WIRE REPORT PHESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO SOUTHERN CROSS FIGHTS STORM TO FIJIS i BOSTON WOMAN ON SECOND LEG OF OCEAN HOP Wilmer Stultz on Way to Newfoundland to Begin Flight BULLETIN TBEPASSEY N June plane Friendship groomed for a transAtlantic flight landed here at east em dnjiight time It left Hali fax where its flight from Boston was Interrupted by fog yesterday at a eastern daylight time TJALIFAX N June The monoplane Friendship hopped off this morning for Trepassey New foundland on the next leg of a con templated flight across tho Atlantic to England A perfect takeoff from the eastern passage airport on Halifax Harbor was made at eastern flay light savings time The plane will be refuelled at Trepassey Just before the hopoff from hero 100 gallons of gasoline were putaboard Wilmer Stultz who was pilot for Mrs Francis Wilson Grayson on her first attempt to Ely the Atlantic last year is pilot of the plane The co pilot is Miss Amelia Earhart amateur aviatrix and director of Denison houre Bostons oldest settlement cen ter She Is of fair complexion and bears a striking resemblance to Col Charles A Lindbergh Louis Gordon San An tonio Texas Is flight mechanic Equipped With Pontoons The plant equipped with Pontoons Is a tiliriotored Fokker purchased Voters Have Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD June Just when Secretary Kellogg had his no more war plan all going gooa and about ready to sign up why England Japan and France came thru with the usual old dip lomatic clause which says We agree In principle Well here la the We are heartily against all wars unless ot course we should see fit to do a littlo lighting ourselves Then of course this agreement would be null and void But we certainly Join you In preventing the others from having the pleas ure of If Kellogg can get all us four big nations to agree follows Sunday without having an I agree in principle clause in it he will bo the worlds greatest dip lomat Yours Just an amateur diplomat WILL ROGERS Copyright 1928 lowans on Way to Arctic Science corpStSlon repreaented by the New York publisher and explorer George Palmer Putnam With no advance publicity the f plane named the Friendship took oft from Boston harbor yesterday morn ing for Trepassey N F Running into fog off Halifax Stultz turned back and landed in the harbor here The flight is the first attempted by a plane equipped for landing on water and Is expected to prove the practic ability of airplane service to Europe Commander Byrd issued a statement at New York in which he said I believe that the flight of the threeenglned plane that will fly with one engine dead which is equipped with floats for landing In water Is the next step In transAtlantic flying and is a sensible pioneering effort Flight Plans Are Surprise I wish the pilot and crew good luck and every success and have confi dence in the courage and ability gf the He explained1 that he not an nounced the sale sooner because It was made with the understanding that regardless of circumstances It WRS to be kept How well the secret was kept is shown by the fact that even Miss Earharts superiors n tho Boston so cial service work seemingly were un aware for a of her plans She leave of absence which was granted but had not told ot her plans for the ocean flight Yon Voted TWO KILLED IN PLANE CRASH Pilot Injured When Ship Falls 200 Feet at Cul ver City LOS ANGELES June persons were killed and the pilot was seriously Injured yesterday when an airplane fell from an alti tude of only 200 feet at Culver City a suburb The two killed were Cecil Wehrman 18 and Irving Stamnes 21 high school students The pilot iHarry J Carley received two broken ribs arid other Injuries nnd It was doubtCul whether he would re Witnesses said the plane went Into CHANGS TRAIN IS BOMBED WAR CHIEFTAIN HURT Former Dictator Returns to Manshurian Head W t quarters BULLETIN TOKYO June patches from Mukden Manchuria say that Chang TsoLin former north China dictator who was in jured in a bomb explosion this morning enroute to Mukden from I eking Is in a serious condition Machuria June ITi return of Marsha Chang TosLIn Manchurlan war lord to his stronghold in JAkden after two years ot rule as dictator of north China was marked this morning by the bombing of Changs special train as it entered tho suburbs of the Manchurian capl tal Several of those aboard former dictators special train were killed ttci two officials were injured and Chang isoLin himself suffered slight facial injuries Immediately after the bomb ing he hurrleddly enterd a motor car and proceeded to his headqquarters The bombing has caused some ten sion between the Chinese and Japa nese as the Japanese declared the Chlneso aboard the train fiied at ran dom and mainly directed their fire at Japanese gendarmes guarding the rail way The latter replied and for 40 minutes there was an exchange of shots At least two suspects were arrested and reported to have been summarily shot while a number of Mukden offi cials also are said to be under arrest Japanese reports say that the bombs were of soviet manufacture Two bombs were dropped on the train as It was passing under a rail way bridge at oclock this morn ng The bombs blew up the eleventh coach and set fire to four other coaches which were destroyed by the blaze The number of casualties was not definitely known You Vofed Dewey Doss Begins Life Term for Iowa Murder FIVE MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE NAMEDJT K C National Body Hearing Claims of Delegates for Seats BULLETIN KANSAS CITY June 4 Tile Hoover forces won the first round in contests for seats in next weeks republican convention when the national committee to day recognized four delegates at large from Florida pledged to his candidacy KANSAS CITY June Five new members of the republi can national committee were selected by that body today to fill vacancies Those seated just before the commit tee took up contests ot delegates to the convention were 13wlng Emerson of Indiana Claude H Mackenzie ot Minnesotar Daniel E Fomeroy New Jersey C C Heiman of the Philip pities and Mrs Viola Cameron of Ne braska These five take place on the present committee which will pass out of exis COOLIDGE LODGE WISCONSIN f is tence tune of this convention At that members selected FIGHT ON DELEGATES Map of the region near Cedar Island Lodgo on thce Brulo river six miles from the village of Bnile where President and Mrs to maketheir summer homo tilts year Thelodge is in the heart of the Wisconsin trout district situated in a stand of virgin timber The nearest city Superior is 28 mites away on a main highway REPORT ITALIA FORCED DOWN IN KANSAS CITY June I out to put their house In order for the national convention next week republican leaders here today vere confronted with a series of fam ly disputes over who should have a say In the selection of the partys pres dential nominee It fell to the national committee to assume the role of Judge and peace Amateur Radio Operator Claims Message From Stranded Ship a nose dive when it started a right turn shortly after the take off Yon Voted Endurance Record but 2 Days Old Is Broken BRUSSELS Belgium June The worlds record for a duration flight of 58 hours and 42 minutes es tablished only Saturday by Major Fer rarin and Captain Delprete Italian flyers was broken today by two Bel gian avintors who had flown hours this afternoon and were still going You Voted And If a mans religion makes him dislike those who are having a good time it is a good religion to let alone Times MADISON June Doss alias Dewey White yesterday became No 14014 at the state peni tentiary here Early this morning af ter turning the slayer over to Warden Tom Hollowell Sheriff Park Findley of Polk county returnedto Des Molnes Altho sentenced to hard labor dur ing his life Imprisonment Whites work the prison has not yet been decided the warden said White was found guilty Saturday of the murder of Mrs Martha Smith aged Rising Sun farm wife by a Polk county jury of eleven women and one man Judge Frank s Shankland pro nounced the sentence You Voted Howard County Boy Is Drowned in Upper Iowa CRESCO June K Rynn 18 year old resident of Plymouth Rock near here was drowned In the Upper Iowa river other hoys while wndlng witli two The body WUK recovered by William Connolly and Jim Luzon both of Cresco maker with disputes over 73 of tho convention seats demanding its attention At the call bf Chairman Butler men and women members of the committee latl assembled for the start ot hcar ngs which were expected to take up much of the week Tlielr decisions vhlch may have an important bearing n flic final choice of a nominee are ubject to review in the event any of hose who lose out press their claims efore the convention credentials com nlttee to be named next week The democratic south always a fer le field for factional strife among epublicans seeking control of the arty machinery In that section again aa furnished the national eommit ce with most of its troubles All the ontests to be adjudicated during tho Teek are from southern states except ne Involving the two delegates from he nonvoting Islnnd of Porto Rico The contests attracting the most ttentlon from party leaders are those om Louisiana Mississippi and Texas here the entire delegations are Ir spute and from Florida where nine of the 10 convention seats have been the subject of bitter controversy You Voted OTTUMWA CASE IN LAST STAGE Jury May Retire to Deliber ate Fate of Lewis in Few Hours OTTUMWA June speculation as to the possibility ot the case going to the jury before night the defense today continued Us final arguments In behalf of J Everett Lewis on trial for first degree mur dr in connection with the shooting and death two months ago oof John F Webber Lloyd L Duke of deefnse cuonscl addressed the Jury Saturday and the remaining hours before tho Judge gives his Instructions were to bo di vided between Robert J Shaw of Si Then their MOSCOW Russia June Tho soviet Russian Nohile rescue commission which has been Investi gating a report by a radio amateur that ha had picked up a message be lieved to ba from tho missing dirigible Italia from Franz Josef land today held growing belief that the Nobile expedition may have landed at that place The radio amateur at Vozensensk In Dvinsk province bordering Archanlel confirmed reports of the message giving the full text altho ap parently garbled it read Itall Isohilo Franz Josef SOS SOS SOS Terrl Teng This message was received on n wave corresponding to the Itallas radio station the amateur op erator stated Norwegian nt Kings Bay KINGS BAY Spitsbergen June 4 sealer Hobby arrived here tho north of Winnipeg journey will be by canoe The source of the river lies about miles be yond Sturgeons landing well within the Arctic circle A letter received recently from a ur trader named Cummins and con eyed to America by the Byrd polar ixpedltlon contained some interesting gourney Dukes associate and J It Jacques for the state While the prosecution has asked the death penalty for Lewis who con fessed shooting Mr Webber local banker and former state semi tor de fense attorneys havo contended that the defendant was insane when he quarreled with the victim over bank records You Voted man can resist telling again anil igaln how he felt whnn death stared him in tho Ixiuis Democrat oclock this morning with Lieu tenant LuetzowHolm Norwegian fly er and It was hoped that the first search by air for the missing dhIglble Italia wnuld bo under way soon The ship with Lieutenant Holm me chanic Vyro and the seaplane in which they intend to search will go north as soon as possible to Virgo bay Ams terdam Island The exploring flights will bo started from there as soon as the weather is good The first flight will be made to Wlljde and the Islands to the north Later several trips will he made to search special places for the Italia lhp plane can do J20 kilometers an hour for five hours The Hobbys trip to Virgo bay Is sxpected to take from six to eight Weather conditions were bad today or flying and a fog prevailed You Voted G W GREEN IS PARSONS HEAD Oregon College President Elected to Direct Iowa Institution FAIRFIKLD June Clarence W Green for flvo years president ot Albany college to Britt Boy Is One of Party of Explorers Quartet Hope to Be First to Travel to Source of Ka zan River BRITT June North Iowa C Armstrong of Brltt and Peder C Boddum Crystal here Saturday night fo Winnipeg Canada the first lap of Journey which before autumn wl lake them well Into the Arctic circl to the mouth of the hitherto unex plored Kazan river At Winnipeg they wltUbe Joined by Avo other students from the Univer slty of Iowa John D Fuller of Keo kuk senior In the college of medicine ind Max J Kane of Iowa City a Ju nlor law student The Brltt boy Is th son of Mayor and Mrs H C Arm strong and Is a senior In the coll UK ot engineering while the Crystal Lak explorer Is a junior In tho Liberal art college The four young men have special commissions from the Canadian KOV srnment to begin theircxploratlons a he source of tho Kazan river and t ollow the stream to where it emptie into the Arctic ocean some GOO mile to the north The mouth has been en tered by explorers In the past but th source ana most of the course ot th river IE uncharted i Journey Moatly by Front1 Winnipeg youh men will proceed by railroad to Th Paa Manitoba There they will pic up their canoes already waiting fo them and move on by packet boa Tuesday or Wednesday to Sturgeon rinding which Is some miles t nformatlan with regard vhlch is to bo explored to the river Some years was elected president of Parions SO by tho college board of trus day collc tees in annual meeting n0 succeeds Dr Howard McDonald who died last July 9 Dr Green will take up his new du Ics about July Ho was born In Hadlcy July 17 and is a RivKlualo of Michigan Normal college and tho Universityor Michi gan Later he obtained his mas ters and doctors degrees from the University of Michigan TURN TO PAGE U COLUMN 8 You Voted HEAVY VOTING STARTED HERE Voting Places to Remain Open Until 8 Oclock Monday Evening Voters started filling out their bal ots as soon as the polls opened at 7 clock Monday morning In the eight reclncts of Mason City Indications ere that both the city ag well as ether communities of Cerro Gordo coun ty would poll a heavy vote in the state primary election In the other 21 votingplaces of the county the polls opened at 9 oclock Mondny morning All polls will remain open until 8 oclock Monday evening Without the formality of registra tion the voting proceeded rapidly and oven In the first precinct of the sec ond ward the largest precinct there was no standing in line Every citizen who Is 21 years old who has been a resident of the state six months of the county 60 clays and of the precinct 10 days Is entitled to voto in the primary election Voters who have moved out ot their old pre cinct within the last 10 days will vote where they last voted Closa to 250 absent voters ballots wtfre cast for the primary It was stated at tho office ot the county audl or Art Harris who was busy mak ng the final adjustments that were necessary in order to get the large nachinery of 20 boards of Judges and clerks functioningsmoothly A few clerks and judges did not slow up and ind to pe replaced by last minute shock recruits Ccrro Gordo county Is expected to poll in tho neighborhood ot bal lots In the primary election You Voted Condition of Meredith Unchanged Says Doctor DIJS MOLNES June dition of Edwin T Meredith publisher and former secretary of agriculture cimllnuocl unchanged today altho his physician reported tho publisher had a good night Mr Meredith la Confined to his Jiomo with complica tion nrlslng from high blood pressure 11 NOMINEES TO CONGRESS ARE BEING SELECTED Few Democrats in State Primary Have Any Opposition MOINES June republican gubernatorial candidates made their bid for nomination In Iowas primary election today Voters had a choice between Gov John Ham mill of Brltt seeking a third term on a good roads platform former State Senator M L Bowman of Waterloo and State Senator Lars J Skrommn of Roland opponents of the proposed state bond Issue for pri mary rail Improvement and Marlon E Anderson Clinton advocate of the modification of the prohibition laws L W Housel Humboldt was unopposed for the democrat nomination for governor In five of the li congressional dis trlcts of third fourth sev onth ninth and contests were offered in the office congressman To Get Greenes Successor The ninth district also had a dectd Ing election to name a successor fo tho unexplrcd term of Rcpresentatlv William R Green who resigned to be come judge of the federal court o claims The contestants m this tlon were Earl W Vincent attorney WI llanVr J Burke banker democrat Missouri Valley 1 In the fourth district congressiona race Representative Gilbert N Jiau gen Korthwood oldest In point of ser vice In the national house ot rep re sentatlves nnd coauthor with Senator McNnry of the McNaryIIaugcn farm relief measure vetoed twice by Presi dent Coolldge was opposed by J A Nelson Dccorah attorney Hrwln Lar son Charles City was unopposed for ho democratic nomination Tho third district presented Repre entfUIve T J B Robinson Hampton epuhllcan Incumbent Judge George W Wood Waterloo and Henry G Longworthy Dubuque republicans nd Leo F Tlerney Dubmiue demo rat Three in Seventh District In the seventh district Eeprcnenta Ivo Cnssiug C Dowcll Incumbent had pposltlon in Charles M Lyon Des lolnes attorney W B Hanes former owa collector of customs Des Afoines nd William W Klein Des Moinea fncoln currency advocate No demo ratio candidate filed for nomination i this district For the full term as congressman in IB ninth district the republican lis omprised Earl W Vincent short tern omlnec former State Senator Milton Pitt Crescent Judge W c Rat Iff lied Oak Charles B Swansan ouncll Bluffs and Owen J MuManus ouncil Bluffs Democratic candidate ere William J Burke short term no ilnee and Charles Paschel thir time candidate Council Bluffs Seeking succession to Rcprosenta Uve William R Boes of Sheldon retir TURN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 8 WAR VETERAN DIES GEOKGB TYLER GEORGE TYLER G A R MEMBER DIES ATHOME Funeral Will Be Held at First Methodist Church Tuesday in TYLER go who was one of the oldest Civil war veteran the city died at hla home 62 e a o North Midlson Avenue at oclock WeS IOWA FORECAST Fair Monday night nnd Tues day rising temperature Tuesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock Monday Hlfilicst Sunday 71 Decrees Lowest in Night 48 Decrees At A M BO Decrees For like period ending at oclock Sunday Highest Saturday 67 Degrees Ixwest In Niglit 3B Decrees The weather of Saturday nnd Sun lay proved least nils one thing That Jts never going to get very warm tho wind In the northeast The temperature has been IdenI fir ats hut corn nnd arly the bathing it just little hit warmer Tho wind was still In tho cast Monday morning fore his death The i be held at the First Methodist church Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock The services will be conducted by Dr J F Boeyo and the body will be taken over land to the Old Cliapln cemetery where burial will be made beside his vife Mrs Sarah A Tyler nho died Nov 18 1015 Mr Tyler was born near WIndst rastlo in Buckinghamshire Englam Hay 14 1S3S while his father Pete yler was a government tax eollec r and grain merchant in that county mother was Sarah Tyler He worked on the farm and at ended school In Buckinghamshire fo later working for a short tlmt i London When he was 13 years old with his brother ami sister se ail in an old fashioned sailingboat or this country After braving tho eas for 53 days they landed In New OLk Worked in Mines From there they went to Hartford where Mr Tylor worked In a copper mino This Job claimed him hut a few months and again he turned his face westward this time starting up the Great Lakes eventually land ing at Milwaukee Here another young man nnd Mr Tyler started on foot thru Wisconsin to the mining district where he formed a pnrtnprshlp and engaged in mining for two years At the beginning of the civil war he enlisted and was in part of the third Missouri cavalry seeing service in that state and in Arkansas for more than two years Illness overcame the AIRPLANE MAY BE LANDED AT SAMOA ISLANDS Bad Weather Hinders Quartet 800 Miles From Suva BULLETIN FANNING ISLAND June cable utation miles south of tho Hawaiian Islands heard this message at a Pacific coast tune from the Southern Cross Having poor flying conditions now Weather changeable We have been dodging rain clouds and flying in circles some times It cerlainly would have been un fortunate were it not for our old frienii the LJONOLULU June 1 A Southern Cross radioed a Pacific coast time Hello Samoa How are yon getting The message was picked up by naval radio station here A string ot radio messages from the Plane told ot the battle being waged by the crew ot four against the elf ments as dawn rose ovor the south Pacific The messages were picked up by naval radio and the Radio Corpor ation of America stations here May Cut Trip Short The possibility that the flyers might attempt to light at the Samoan Islands cutting abort their projected flight of from Hawaii to Suva was but from a plated A message heard from the uio PIKI10 by the Radio Corporation of America read Five a seven degrees six min utes south latitude Longitude 179 cavalryman and lie was sent to a hos pital in the Oziirk region and upon his recovery was attached to art in fantry regiment In Ohio With his organization he took part in several ensagcments and was on duty at the Capitol prison In Wash ington Mr Tylers company was en oampert in a park between the White House and the Smithsonian Institutes building While on special duty In tho war department hullrttrg Mr Tyler met Abraham Lincoln and often talked with him Married After War After the war ho rntnrnod to WIs where he was married to Miss Sarah Long The ncwlywcds almost mmediatply started for the southern Kirt of Iowa with a horse and buggy Later they returned to Warren vhere their home had been Just a year or so later the couple Icleimfned to try the western stuc TURN TO PARK 1J COLUMN 7 Tou Voted Report 400 Communists Slain on Chinese Island China June our hundred communists were killed nd 400 captured In Llngahul on the ilantl of Hainan on May 30 In a Irish with government troops said ad vices reaching Canton today Hostilities between the government troops find the communists have bcnn sporadic In recent months and the troops attacked the communists after purposely permitting them to enter Um city Thiio nve rumors In Canton that martini law may be proclaimed In this city and that a red uprising la pos sible Thus the Southern Cross which with four men had taken flight at a Pacific Const time yester day from Knual Island near Hono lulu traversed miles of Its miles journey toward M62 Miles From Frisco On tho total Journey to Sydney Australia begun at Oakland Cal Thursday morning the Southern Cross had flown miles over tha ast Pacific Should the weather become men acing gasoline supply near exhaustion enginesjnlsbehave the men of the Southern Cross were In a lo todays flight by at least 309 miles veering southwestward from heir course and alighting at Apia or Isewhere In Samoa Seen Stcnmcr SAN FRANCISCO June The steamer Sonoma bound from inn Francisco to Sydney reported lo Telegraph com at a that the Southern rross had passed overhead at 3 a m aclfie COaSt at posUlon nlles from San Francisco Tho stenmer said she sighted the Plane In the vicinity of the Phoenix nds and attempted to radio the air men on COO meters wave length Tho Plane failed to answer The piano was flying at feet Itltudc The steamer said the air was oiigh but that tho weather was fair Tho was the first report hat the plane had been sighted since ho flyers started the HawaiiSuva ap of tbclr fJlRlu to Australia Makes Nice Progress HONOLULU Juno ng south westward over the Poly n seas south of the equator tho giant monoplane Southern Cross to ay was making nice progress In its AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I dont miucl seein set in his sock feet of evenin if he aint got a showin thru a hole proachin Pa an toe re   

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