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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 9, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                OL XXXV UNITED PRBSS AND INTERKATIONAt FIGHT BE FIZZLE AYSJWNSHAW Says Adoption of Bureaus Plank Would End Difficulty GEORGE M HINSHAW e Syndicate Correspondent L rr June bis In the vernacular of the is S every tralnKa Invention had more of on tha scene s thfiigs ook n Hoover will the nomination on an early balio thi3 is n clar has now so that any other us to the outcome would be IS beyond the bounds c Hearst the tlat H W a iocess the fight on U relief will fizzle out Wthh ft pked pointblank by the writer morning whether Herbtrt Hoover an1 on such a aa that adopted by the Ship Hears Will AT AID f I Will Rogers JACKSON June up from Chicago today to round up sortie antibunk party delegates Am taking off at daylight In the morningfor Kansas City where the republicans are gathering to await word from Mr Mellon who ivjJl be nominated If he really had the economy of the country at heart he would have mailed every body a postcard and told them In stead of havingthem go clearto Kansas City to await his announce ment I went last night to the endur ance dancingcontest in Chicago where they have been Solng for six days and six nights I watched em all night for I was In training to Us ten to the nominating speeches in Kansascity Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright CREW OF AIR VESSEL DOWN ON POLAR ICE Base Ship Gets No Re plies to Queries to Dirigible KINGS BAY Spitsbergen June is re ported at Kings Bay that ACTIVE HOOVER AIDE Southern Cross Quartet w re TROOPS OF TWO CHINESE CHIEFS OUTSIDE PEKING General Tells Foreigners Hoover campaign He ot course he could not peak for Mr Hoover but as a theanawer would rubetdly stand This Farm Bu U plank has simplified the work of ator Reed Smoot now framing Uform planks He received news 313 adoption with evident relief is one group however which If not receive the news with such fa of the zay niat it has been established that ail aboard the dirigible Italia ar alive Every resource ot Kings bay wa bems strained to the utmost to brln help to the Italia which was thot dowi in the desolate ice covered regior north or the eastcrmost tip north cast land While the base crew was rushing preparations to send out the Citta D Milano in case it should be necessary to help the sealer Hobby and the ice cutter Braganza now approachinK the scene of the Italia3 supposed descent efforts were continued to catch some sienal however faint from the Jee May Delay Ships iled here there was some for the Hohbj and Tobln Dan Turner and others ed with Prank Lund was bitter in his comments would make no direct statement 1 is morning about the course his tfoup would follow Mr Tobln Is not Hfdelegate but Mr Turner is and Hiey will undoubtedly carry their dis into the midst of the Iowa tolcgation which is not yet on tlie I one Still Brine BUI men have favored the EKING June thousands of troops ot two factions of the nationalist army those from hhansi province and those commanded by Gen Feng YuHsiang were close to Pekingon three sides was believed however that there wasno ood of o Movements the of and beinff justjUongr the approximate limit of open water The messages which the Citta Di Milano has picked up would indicate mat the Italiaa position was at 30 noitli latitude and 28 east longitude 1 his would place the Italia Just oft Cape smith in the neighbor After Hop Government Gives in Gold for Heroic Feat Pilot Brot Plane Thru Another Terrific Storm in Last Hours to Perfect Rush Holland former assistant attorney general under the Harrt ng regime who lias lieen active 111 Herbert Hoovers behalf In South is bi Kansas City flRurinc prominently in the group advocnt ing the commerce secretarys tiom nntion for the presidency Over Hurdle in Big Meet 86 miles an hour ouis at an average speed Vvarnor radio operator LJOn hls navigator and r Crowds Availed Since Dnwn WhCh ty ot the crew thruout the vum 1113 ttuLcntion to itentsm and try to drive out the northern forces there AHho Phsnsl troops have now entered Peking the situation in the city continued quiet today Assures Safety of Foreigners The commander of these forces is sued a proclamation assuring foreign era that they would be safe He de manded that any northerners rcmain plin itnvitu LZIB unn carryins the McNaryHaupen name nto the convention battle and may JUH do so but the attitude pf the Jarm Bureau and the plank which it 3 drawn up leaving out any mer m of SIcJfnryHaugen or the cfjuali ttion fee appears to be satisfactory to Tministration supporters and ail iiers who are not last George N Peck said The resolu on embodies nothing not included In equalization fee principal The Deration apparently was done URN TO PAGE 14 COLUJDv 8 RMERSSHOOT COOPROBBER alo Alto County Men Quick to Answer Burglar Alarm Summons JEMMETSBURG juns ac of the vigilantes committee in nejghborliooa near here early thi F prevented the robbery of a I operative creamery and sent one o robbers to the Emmets hospital with serious wounds vigilantes were brot to the iry located In tho country by a ipns from the buttermaker a e who was nroused by thi of the burglar alarm in his j lUlliilin ins there surrender their arms to avoid trouble Telegraphic communication between Peking and the rest of the world con tinued interrupted and wireless was being used to keep up contact There has been no travel into Peking since last Sunday and no mail has been re ceived The entry of the Shansi forces Ino Feklngr apparently was carried out under a reported agreement by which Gen Yen HsISlian military gover nor of Shansi will control the Peking area General Yen Is held to be a model governor since the province has been kept peaceful and Great Excitement Aboard There was doubt at Kings Bay as to the condition of ice north of north east land at the present time This rosion Is just along the border of the approximate limit of open water and nnrirl tf ice conditions frequently ara at Cape of Northeast land for a few days out was stopped by pack ice There was great excitement aboard he Citta Dl Milano today groups of the base crew discussing the chances of rescuing their 18 comrades of the expedition The men clustered nrounl the radio cabin on the deck of tho ship Peering thru the windows and trying to hear the signals E Every effort was centered todav upon possible means of rescuing the ICAltaa rvlAii Jnu a r i e Itallas crew The ice breaker Pasvik Probably can make its way norfh and Kussian Ice breakers can be of Kreat assi assistance Sticks at National Carnival on Track FIELD Chicago June 0 nations finest colleg ate stars battled for supremacy in the nals of the National Collegiate track onSoldiers ileld this afternoon with Stanford uni versity undefeated In team competi tion this season ranking as tho fav orite to capture the team title With 339 athletes from 79 universi ties and colleges In competition rec ord breakingperformances were Antic ipated altho weather conditions wera unfavorable Winners of first and second places will bp eligible for the final trials for the United States Olympic team at Harvard ALASKAN TOWN ON FIRE SAYS RADIO REPORT Operator in Island Village Sends Frantic Call for Help gy of fhihEhreatenSr of the ot an Alaskac out of tho Tim n T 18 official order of businek tw ie oponluR rtny of republican I1e Convention called ordfr 11 by Willinm Butler of ums SMlmaetls chairman of the renub licnn national committee I tnycr CiiH or convention rear hv Rov of secretary ot the temporary roll call A nrf chairman E ccMo f littintmn llccllon of temporary Se of on re aud order of business busi ness FIRST GROUP OF FARM CARAVANS South Dakota Caravan Is on Way to Lay Down Law to G 0 P Bremerton VVasii The message read village on Island of nl Cannot last very much longer pie rush all S O S Whole Killlsnoo afire opposite Peril avlatlon b Summaries 120 yard Kane Drake hurdle Ohio Wesloyan second Trumble by Penquite Nebraska prosperous under his rule Evacuation Was Peaceful General Yen has not yet arrived in i aking It was understood today that he was remaining in Paotingfu to the south because of 111 health division of the Mukdertlte army numbering 1 00 men which set out for Tungchowto the east returned to Peking fearinir or their own safety The nStern troops which had formed part of the provisional garrison here left Pek tns when the Shansi forces entered Peaceful evacuation had been ar thel Under tlls yo general Pao YuLin may be t Green H sent with the leaders Varmlng ana Van Dongen to go around Icefjord and to cut across west Spitsbergen to Hinlonen strait and thence over the ice to Xortheastlana It is also possible that the team now aboard the Hobby can be sent over t the Jn Braganza which could take the dogs i men hastily armed thcmselvc the creamery Thli i the attention of the two rob who had broken Into the build The pair attempted to make a ay but ran Into the fire of the ptes of whom was armed i shotgun loaded with buckshot ot the robbers fell the other be umvoundcd escaped The cap bandit in the hospital has re rto give his nnme or that of his In crime wo wore traveling In a Minna itomoblle which officers bo is been stolen Blue Earth Churches in Union Evangelistic Service BLUE EARTH June Union evangelistic service are being held by the Methodist Presbyterian and Baptist churches They are con ducted by an evangelist D p Wcniger WHO HAS ONE Who can supply the Globe Gazette with the picture of an ox team One with a Cerro Gordo county back ground would be preferred It is hoped to include such a picture in the special Seven tyfifth Anniversary edition to be issued by the Globe Gazette next Saturday v estimated that it would be three or four days beforo the dogs could reach the east coast ot Norti eaatland after being started Among the theories held In obtained from Washington Has Lumber Yard Blaze Trains Held Up WASHINGTON june ne early today destroyed the White Dumber company plant here J third Pahlmeyer Wisconsin fourth Cooper Michigan fifth Beard Ala bama Poly sixth Time 14 710 Cu Iowa disqualified when he knocked over the eighth 300 yard by Bracey Rfce institute Houston Texas Simp win Ohio State second Foster Wnsh ington State third Hester Michigan fourth Engle Iowa State fitth Her mansen Northwestern sixth 09 fi10 Tics worlds record betters former N C A A record oC 09 S10 made by De Hart Hubbard In 1925 Mile by Kiser Washing ton Potter Michigan Normal Ypsl lantt second Hansen Oregon State third Elliott North Carolina fourth Stine Illinois fifth Fields In diana sixth Time li10 Ties N C A A record established in by Conger of 220 Yarrt by Bracey Rico Institute Houston Texas Simp son Ohio State second Hansen Mich igan state third Engle Iowa State fourth fifth Lambach er Ohio Wesleyan sixth Time 20 910 Tics NCAA record mndo by Roland Lock ot Nebraska in 1026 ipelago near latitude Tho village of Klllisnoo Is on the Island 1U population is native for the most part WaS establislloa there In After the fivst message was received there was silence for a Then the feeble splutter of tho lowpower set was heard again Tha fire is gettinff too hot now the operator tapped Got to go Am suffocating Goodbye and hurry A tlme tho Unltea States lighthouse tender Fern wa full rum populace of Brls Others Getting I ThriJQut belt putting their plans to Join th on to Join t march which they planned as a mea of emphasizing to the republican na Uonal convention the needs of agdcuT Another report from Mark Woods as flatted from North Da DELEGATION TO CONTINUE WITH LOWDEN FORCES Story of Reported Turn From Illinois Man Causes Sensation KANSAS CITY June denial of a report that Harry O Weaver Wapello a Low tien instructed delegate would second the nomination of Her bert Hoover was made here today fay Weaver himself The report that Weaver vould swing to Hoover came From Mis T P Hollowell the owa national committeewo man Weavei later said the story i1 without foundation and Wed that 27 of the Iowa dele ition were pJedged to Lowden and that so far as he knew the nly Hoover support would E R Hieklin secretary of he Iowa delegation also de account declaring and your h and congratulation to companions on your brilliant courac you 8UQ ed the bonds our Backer Donates Plane From Los r A tr en all other sources Umt a3 a toien of d mm 1 nes and Ulm he would make th n gift B steaming toward ac HIM speed She was expected to reach the Claming townwithin 10 hours Tho survey boat explorer at far to the west heard the S O E nnd was to arrive at Killianoo aftr Throe automobiles parked nearby wero destroyed The terrific heat cked plate glass windows in build ng within a radius of 200 feet The city was thrown into darkness vhcn tho main electric transmission Ines wore burned out Traffic oif the Hock island and Milwaukee railroads i as held up more than an hour Tho fire was discovered at a and was brot under control an f IRATES WIN 62 BOSTON June runs produced all the scoring In the first of a double header today which Pittsburgh won from Boston 5 to 2 Pittsburgh 003 003 Boston 100 Grimes and Hargreaves Hlcli and Taylor IS fl a 3 Gene WEATHER WEEK New Hampton Farmers Stick to Frank Lowden NEW HAMPTON June Resolutions in support of Frank O Lowden s presidential candidacy and naming President Coolldge and secre tary ot commerce as undesirable nom nees were adopted at the hero yoaterday Delegates to Kansas Llty from tho fourth Iowa district wera asked to vole for with r owen out compromise or second choice After the round of receptions and manor Gover nor Uirlstensen was said to ba at he head of the Minnesota graup groups from flllnois Indiana Colorado Oklahoma Wisconsin Ule Dr Nicholas Murray Butler nresi lent ot Columbia university n Gh ago en route to the convention ruth In making the statement that Weav t REITERATES STAND o hma hop of miles from ound a stnnee ounded by none of the perils of IOWA FORECAST Fair Saturday nisht nnd Siin i ay cooler In cast portion Satur Usy night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazetto weather figures for hour period ending at S oclock m Saturday Highest Friday 73 Pcsiecs I XBlit 4K Degrees 8 v M 52 Degrees Tho atmosphere Is stlil cool follow ig the rain called ollva here Their orlgi for a flight from but th with the expedition Brisbane upon the r tain KingsfordSmlth Oakland to rem Wlia vuiivcniion sale he republicans would bo defeated In November unless they could hold tl irmcrs and the liberals within the party Must ncfcat AI Smith The main problem at Kansas Citv a ANSAS CITr June 9 fAPV rden of Illinois held conT nces with leaders of the aiM loover drive soon after h ar tnnd fo thCn h M f Crop eJUallzatlon feo nciple as the best method suggcs od to distribute the burden of farm rnllnr among all producers IIIinnis wvornor heJd American Farm Bureau afl not purtlatcfl 0 tS sterclay This plank nmdo no man on fL equally was JUne 3th6 Southern Cross ft Kauai and was off for Suva After idglnff night over a thfl fin I Va tllat the final overwater Jump was to Brisbane d slant From DCS Molnes came the suggcs ranks ot 11 chairman of laid that unless tho major political tics adopted planks satisfactory to the prohibition and farm relief forces they would merge into a political entity tor tho fall campaign Robbers Break Into Hand Meat Market at Rudd and Get but RUDD June broke in tlon fee a circumstance which commented upon by the T Bivcn that Msion in the past by the federation Must Hiivo Fee Iroposal I mid IC1 t0 of oom an le mat tho federation plank hnd do scribed the eaualizallon fee in prinl ers roko In the Willam Hand meat markettore about about and cash escaped This ot this naturc Inont Officers Clcw of I u are ijoi Tjowden ndrled f meet thii Discounts Theory That Farmers Will Leave G O P Kilters Teachers CollcRc i June Iackorc eft Thursday for Cedar Falls where he will take up special work In the summer session in Iowa State Teach ers College For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the northern nnrt central great plainsOccasional show era In southern nnd central portions thruout week but less likely In north ern portions temperature nonr sea sonal normal most of week except In low normal In southern portions at be ginning Fear Loss of Needed Support at Con vention By GEOKfiE HINSHAW Hyiulicnto Cirrcsnomlent 1TY Juno s owing more optimistic cvory hour ilrnt thi t Hint the more nsgrossive farm leaders Penly declare that the thot of a 0 I fn that Hoover nominated 13 far from mind Kspcolally have they mnr o t clear that there will be no convention If Jioovcr goes over At tho samo time they are leaving no stone unturnert In an effort to beat ro slsnn that they setting together a more cohesive c h mn found the sinta m n The fact that tho pre3cnt perioa weok In C ty n an There is a conscious effort to build TURN TO PACK 10 COLUMN s expected to bo with In th except firm e of declining speclflcaly to be drawn con f or relations w ih central American countries He like wise ignored queries about any rcla Pr hfs nnd so of other candidates for the nom AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen It dont make no differ once how pure a woman is lhe don t want a man tcllin ier he a just interested in ler   

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