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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 22, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER fOfiTHf AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AMD INTERNATIONALNEWS SUPPLEMENTAL MASON CITY IOWA J JVXXJA1 JUrm gj FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE HBPOItT NO 221 AMUNDSEN ADDED TO LIST OF ARCTIC MISSING ITED BRITISH LIBERAL URGES PEACE EFFORTS Rotarians Hear Plea for Nations to Forget Idea of War Smith Reiterates Juna Peoples of the world must become internationally minded 1C peace Is to be assured Sir Donald Maclean of London liberal leader In the houseof commons told Ro iry International its closing session today Reduc iion in armaments is vital he said Jiut the real hope lies in reduction of Rhe arsenals of the national mlna and bolition ot hostilities of the individ iual Ideas are mightier than armies and and building up a commun of Interest and feeling men and fomen Jn all parts of the world is issential he said Sir Donald said that gtates has made a distinct contrlbu on to world concord in the proposed peace pact Never before have the nations been railed upon to renounce war as an n jtrument of he asserted It Barks an We are entitled lo be more than ful fiat the nact will become a Hot The practical results would be amediate and immense The great ijtajority ot those who sign also will i members of the league of nations ny signatory of the league who was illty of a breach of the pact would Jeak not one but treaties formidable thing to do espec in view of the fact that the States has become probably the st important nation in the world a prospective belligerent to keep Bnusands of miles of unguard tbetween the United States prove hetWeeii Retracts Pardon Statement G O P TEAM CONFERS ON RACE Woman Says She Thot of Forgiveness Attack Victim Admits She Did Not Know Paper She Signed S June Sentenced to 30 years Imprison ment for an assault upon a white woman and pardoned nearly 13 years after upon the sworn statement of the woman herself that he was Innocent Ben Bess a Negro was back behind the bars today while state officials considered what could be done about issued under a the womans affidavit Jn First photo of lie republican presidential team for 1928 In their first conference since the G O P national of Commerce Herbert Hoover presidential nominee and Senator Charles TIce Tiomlnee smiling their hopes of victory at Washington Hoover is at the right pardon henslon j pood faith Gov John G Richards said j he felt he could not have acted other wise hut now she declares In a sec ond affidavit that she never intended to say Bess was not guilty she can 1 not read or write beyond signing her name and says that in the original in strument she intended merely to con vey her forgiveness to Bess and thot that was what the document said when she signed it The second affidavit Was presented in the course of grand Jury inveatiga Bobby Jones Covers Nine Holes in 34 One Under Par Going Crowns by the doze n h ave fai Empires ancient and modern collapsed Great are the virtues achievements of democracy but TIearly not made the world safe war and considered as a form of whether royal or repub fcan it cannot do Must Learn or great war he said disclosed f ft stark realities and revealed mad j jied herds of nations locked togethei which a new and malignant had endowed with a ferocity made it clear that another such ar would leave civilization In ruins yond repair must learn or per The league of nations has accom much he said and the United I cates has cooperated heartily pmany of its activities Officers were installed and selection of Dallas as 1329 convention clty announced piior to adjournment early afternoon Pilot Killed in Kansas Plane Crash I BMPORIA June Wayne Neville of Kansas City pilot the ChicagoDallas airmail route was killed at 4 a when his plane ran into a severe wind storm and Lebo 20 miles I crashed near ast of here Visits In Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS June enhle Hardman Ellis of Fresno Cal visltimr at the home of her arreil Rills in thn east part of town Will Rogers FORT WORTH June fiflew In from Vinita against headwind On to Houston In the II morning Was met at the field here by tlte champion host of the also by H L Mencken who TMys that after seeing the south s 3s going to start hicklng the north We are holding a preliminary Kfconventlon tonight at Shadey Oaks tvarm All of us party It wooks like a dry vice president Then that are wet can go to tbe rjirestdents dinner and those that dry can so to the vice presi Texas starts entertaining you I when you hit the stale line I thot ftie convention was held here the L fty they act It aint just Houston will show you something its exas Tours WILL ROGERS OLMTIA FIELDS CHICAGO Juno half of the field still out Bill Leach Phila delphia professional took the lead in tlio chase for tho National Open polf championship today with a rani of 116 Willie McFiirlniid of Now former cuainiiimi was second witli a 117 OLYMPJA FIELDS CIJICAGO Juno sensational Kolf for a huge gallery that cheered him every stroke Bobby Jones with a 73 allearly in his bag covered the first nine holes in 34 one under par in the National Open championship His playinp partner Johnny Farroll took a 3C one over par Their cards Jones Out 313 Farrell Out 441 After helping to set the oucnlngrdny pace with a sensational 70 Frank Ball British born professional from Atlanta skidded badly today and took an 81 10 over par to give him a 3C hole figure ot 151 MacFarlane N 3G Klngsrud Frago X 37 Smith New York 39 Terrant Hollyood 3 HOLD FIVE FOR Squabble on an entered by Governor Richards tion Ths jury reported yesterday that there was Jn the evidence to support the contention made In the Negros appeal for clemency that he had been wrongfully imprisoned The county authorities have refereed the case back to tho governor and the attorney general of the state asking to what steps should now Tfe p li i Heavy Wind Blamed for Loss of Near Wash ington la WASHINGTON June A heavy wind storm assuming cyclonic proportions caused damage estimated at when It swept across five farms south of here this morning No one was injured altho at the C IV Gray farm only part the house was left standing Small buildings were destroyed at the farms of Mike Beenhlossom liarl Kephart John Wlicclan and James Brooks Considerable damage was done to corn in tho vicinity of the itOim which swept a path three and a miles long and a mile wide about three miles south of here An excessively heavy ruin fell for 30 minutes A number ot small aniiiuls were re ported to have been killed In Washington lightning struck the home of William Wells and disrupted electric service Hampton Chicago M 37 Rolfe Chicago 34 Brand Pittsburgh 30 Loos 37 Christian Portland 36 Beer Taft 3S WatroUB Grand 3S Mart Wheeling 35 Barnes New 41 Xabholtz Sharon Pa37 42 Oilman Louisville 3S Seratin Willcosbarre 39 Rouse Chicago 3 Crowdcr US St Louis 3 3 Hancock Wilmgn 40 Boomer France 37 HERRON IN LEAD DES MOLVES June Breaking par In his effort to regain he amateur golfing championship of Iowa Arthur Bartlott of Ottumwa vas one up on Bob McKee of the trand View club Des Moines at the ind of the first nine holes of tehlr 36 hole semi final match here today Bartlett shot the nine holes in 3G one under nar while MeKee made a par 37 The cards Hartleit 3M 153 McKee 455 358 Lee Herron of Sioux City 1M7 champion was 8 up on Ira Allen of Davenport after the first j hoiei ITerrons 69 was two under par 353 SRf 553 Herron Alien Herron Allen J33 455 513 Claude Biunham Noted Rail Official Dies CHICAGO Juno G Burnliam executive vicepresident of tho Chicago Burlington Quincy railroad died today at his home In Kcnilworth after a six months illness Eleventh conduct of hour attacks upon the candidates for office Kencrnllv unworthy of consideration Upper fair minded ytar uy Meanwhile Bess was confined at tite state penitentiary today for fear ot mob violence after the report of the grand jury A warrant charging that he attacked a fellow prisoner has been issued against him and this with other charges of misconduct while in prison the county authorities believe witt be sufficient to keep him in cus tody until all aspects of the cose have been subjected to a searching Inquiry AMELIAVISlfs LONDON SLUMS Flyer Halts Social Activities to Inspect Noted Settle ment House LONDON June Amelia Jiarhart who halted her BO clal work temporarily to fly the Atlan tic returned to It this morning Vis itingToynbee Hall one of the largest settlement houses in London sho ex claimed There Is no place like After enjoying London society for A few days the Boston girl went to the other extreme and spent several hours among the lowliest In tho city Miss Karhart went to the slums In tho east end of London after laying a wreath on the cenopalh in memory of Great Britains warrior dead Wllmer Stultz and Louis flonlon who flew with her in tbo Friendship assisted her In placing tho wreath which was inscribed with the names of tho fiy MAN CONFESSES Texan Says Party Took Wounded Negro From Hospital TJOUSTON June 1 Five men were held without bond hero today on charges cf murder In connection with tho nesday last of Robert Powell 24 year old Negro accused of killing a detec live The charges were filed after A B Wheeler a boilermaker In a state ment to police admitted that he par ticlpated in the raid on Jefferson Davis hospital when Powell was taken from his bed alnd hanged from a bridge aboul eight miles from Houston Powell was confined in tho hosplta under guard of a deputy sheriff to undergo treatment for a wound re celved In a gun battlo in which Do tective A TV Davis was killed Davis was attempting to dispense a group ot Negroes when the shooting started In his statement Wheeler named six others as members of the raiding party four of whom have been arrest ed They are John Kent 27 ambu lance driver Charles Oldham 24 P T Shuck 32 and Tack Reese 25 a taxi driver The others identified as Bubber Kent and Howard Mlnton ire sought by sheriffs and Texas assigned to tho case by Gov Dan Moody Wheeler told how the officer guard Ing Powell was forced at the point of a pistol to leave tho ward where the Negro was confined and party carried to the Tirldge He iMvfifvivwtia uc 10 naming Reese Kent Mlnton and himself He said the automibite fol lowing tho car in which the Negro of was ridiT1K was forccd to out when pursued by motorcycle officers Wheeler said the first attempt to hang tbe Negro failed when be struck the ground He said Powell was lltt d back on the bridge after the rope was shortened and pushed off a sec ond time con QUARTET ROBS ST PAUL BANK Bandits Escape With Loot of From Down town Section ST PAUL June Four men held up tho Grand Avenue state bank a few mllca from the down town section hero ludny and fled with Youthful Wife Held for Slaying Wealthy Husband Police Claim Woman Was Disappointed Over Mates Riches LOS ANOELES Juno Chngrin and anger of a wife at having married a man whose wealthfell short of the million she hnd expected was the motive advanced hy the police to day for the mysterious slaying of John I Glab former Cicero druggist The theory was advanced by Cap tain of Detectives Tames Bean in charge of tbe homicide squad in sum ming up tho results f tlio police In vestigation into tho life of Glab and his young wife Hazel accused of his The niurdnr was tbe result of anger when Mrs Olah learned the man she manled was not the millionaire he had led her to said Captain Bean Our Investigation has shown that motive Bean said that several presons were sought in connection with the killing and that there were three or four others on whom wo have not laid hands I wouldnt be he con tinued if two or three or a score of people who would bo glad to see Glab killed already left With Mrs Glab accused ot the mur der is her 17 year old niece Ktliyl Kaser of Oklahoma City Okla They were arraigned yesterday after a writ of habeas corpus had been denied them At the arraignment tho court denied the pica of their attorney that they be admitcd to hail refused to dismiss the case the 301111 clrl and for tbo lime at Irast over ruled a plea to send her case to Juve nile court ipproximately Tho bandits drove up to the bank n a truck and fled in tbo same bo lide which police believe wns stolen It was the second time the bank lias been robbed Uvo men having stolen In a holdup in Novcm Wea IOWA FORECAST IMosiiy cloudy Friday and Sntnritny iviih probiibln local tliiuulcr slmwers in central nntl eastportions Xnt nmcli in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 tour period ending at 8 oclock a m Friday Highest Thursday 7fi decrees Lowest in Xiglit 57 degrees At 8 A M 58 degrees Rainfall 59 of an inch Farmers who are champing to get nto the fields wish they had the pow er to postpone some of the rains that ire falling now to be released next nonth or In August when thero unual y Is too much rainless weather Thursday nights rain brot the months total almost to the tinch mark Friday dawnod oloudy with more rain a rral possibility o lation and Dry Plank Sure Smith Opponents Lay Plans to Prevent Nomination of New Yorker ITOUSTON June AiThe prohibition question has been thrown squarely Into tho democratic national convention here even before the openingof the headquarters of Alfred E Smith It has provoked an endless round of discussion as to tha effect it may have upon tha conven tions deliberations and the Isew York governors candidacy itself Altho all along it has been ering issue brot at times to a flare of flame a series of developments both here and in Kow York state has served to center attention on the ques tion at a time when the Smith men particularly hoped to avoid any open rift on tho subject It was one ot Smiths foremost sup porters Norman E Maok nationa cominitteeman from New York who inadvertently opened up anew the prohibition discussion Iss than a icek in advance ot the gathering of tha national democracy he issued a tatement in which ha declared that Governor Smith was opposed to pro hibition and stood for temperance Governor Keilerales Stand This was accepted In some quarters is an expression ot tho governors own views and while Mack denied this ex plaining that ho voiced only his own opinion tbe discussions had gathered headway with full prospect that they would increase In Intensity as conven tion time approached Tho governor JTImself got Into the controversy declaring In New York City in response to a question that his belief that there should be amend ment of the present prohibition provl riving here In h demand an ultradry plank In the party platform TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 TRIOEXECUTED IN WASHINGTON Presidents Refusal of Clem ency Sends Three to WASHINGTON June Nicholas Lee Eagles 32 Sttmuel ono 20 and John Proctor 13 were borics at Maynnrd electrocuted today at the District ot Columbia jail for the killing of Police man K TJusch in a pistol battle here In September II25 The execution of the three men took placo after a long fight to save them luring which tbo went to the court of the United States ind before President Coolldge It was tha second use of tho electric chair in tbe district the first beinK tbo electrocution of a Aegro several weeks aso Eagles wont to the chair first AMUNDSEN MISSING NOTHING HEARD FROM AIRPLANE IN THREE DAYS Noted Norwegian TKot Forced Down on Hunt c forNobile f Danish aviation circles are un easy over tho fate of HoalU Amundsen famous explorer miss hiK on his fliRht from Tromsoo to Spitsbergen to aid In tho Nobilo rescuework ROBBER KILLED WHILE TRYING TO LOOT SAFE Maynard Vigilantes Sur prise Burglar in Country Store BULLETIN MAYNARD June core ulipt while robbing tlw Fess store tliis inorninc decided Hint the killing the robber was accom plished by a viifilnnco committee niul was County authorities would not malco inlilic he name of the man who fired he shot IfEST UNION Juno covered by a vigilance committee while robbing a storo at Mnynard Les lio Mean about 40 years old was shot ind killed at 3 a m lie is believed to have lived at Webster City As Beall approached the safe In the Earl Implement store at May nard a charge from a shotgun struck him in the chest causing immediate death The vigilance committee had been formed to stop a of n dozen rob imo tbe Fcss store hart boon entered The nnmo of the man who fired the ratal shot was not mnrio public before an intiuest was held this morning A woman who said sho brul twice been divorced from Brail and was traveling with him without the for mality of a third marriage was taken into custody when found In nn auto mobile near tho store Heall was snkl 10 havo tliroo children ranging frorn 11 to IS yearn old June AP Ma Jon Maddnleiiannil Ponio Italian air men in nil o a reconnaissance over tlio Nobile party off land today refund the six stranded men anil Cropped addi tional supplies for them News nf file second trip to the relief of Nobile and lis five com panions received from ths base ship Cilia Di Mllano at Kings Hay and was mado puhllo hy the official news ngoncy Stcf nni BAT Spltzbergen June While a heavy fog which had settled upon Spitzbergen this morning was slowly lifting during ths day the Italian flyers at Kings Bay were planning to seize the first oppor tunity to take oft In two largo flying boats to bring further aid to General Nobilo and to seek for jtho missing ex pedition ot Roald Amundsen Now that more than 600 pounds of provisions and mipplics have been dropped to General Nobile and his five stranded companions near Foyne Is land off Northoastland thus Insuring their safety tor the present the atten tion oc the rescue expeditions here been turned sharply toward the miss ing Amundsen group Three days have passed Amundsen Lief Diotrichson and Ciulldlmurl set out from Tromsoo Nor way for Svalbard and in those days not one word has come to tell what haw happened to them ifh sineins Rli ancient Hebrew chant ot woe Proctor became tnicon iclous enrly in Urn morning and had o bo earned to his dentil Guests In Ijilimcr Home LATIMER June and Mrs Fred Knhrmnn and two daughters from Baker ami and Sirs Emanucl Tahbott oC Sabiie were guests in tho Mr and Mrs Peter Sorcnscn home tbo past Avork 14 Killed in Train Crash at Copenhagen COPKNPiAGKNr Denmark June 22 persons wcro killed nru 40 Injured when tlio Northern Kxprcss was wrecked nour Kollnas Sweden todny The which loft Stockholm at midnight crnshcil into an auxiliary locnmotlvo which was going to assist anolher train Reed Manager Says Iowa Will Go to Missourian Opponents of Still Hope to Prevent Gover nors Nomination Ity K 1 LEYSKN Manncms Krlitor Davenport Times HOUSTON Juno lie arrival today of Frank Ifnmpton secretary to Senator Simmons of North Cnrolinn nreb for ot Al Smith forces alixmi the New fork governor initiated conferences ioekiiiB to stop him Irlce in Iiareo of RoeJ hondriunrtors declared wo have definitely stopped Kmilh His maximum vote to coma on tlio fourth or1 fifth ballot will be ROO while tbo twothirds vole necessary is Ho predicted Iowa would to JflKsnuriiin us soon ns Kmltli his maximum slrrnRlli assert np bait ot tbo delegation alrendy IK riendly to Reed Supporters of Tammany chief are confident he will be nominated before tlio fifth ballot Knroute to tha convention city Iowa delegates aboard a special train will stop at Beaumont anil Tort Ar thru for several hours Sunday to view IhR great oil fields there They will arrive brro Iain In the day Clyde Herring national committee man from Iowa la expected to bo the first HawkcjB to arrive bore question oh almost Ilpito day and does he need help Various conjectures were put forth hero but the whilebarren Arctic which alones knows the answer gava forth only enigmatical silence Fear for General Mobile has been allayed Bvrnlly since he was furnished with food and supplies yesterday by limberto Maddalcna Ills safety intil an Icebreaker can roach him and bring him back to civiliation is re garded as assured Rescueefforts Intended to brlnjr Sobllo anil the five men with him ack to KliiRs Bay have definitely taken tho form of rescue efforts for TURN TO CAGE 16 COLUMN K TRIPTO COAST First Week in July Set for Nominees Departure for Home Jims Serritnry Hoover republican preslden tlil nominee will depart tor his homx at Palo Alto between July 2 and 5 it wns tentatively decided todny Ho will Interrupt hla Journey it Is believed to visit President Coolldge nt Bitite ivis of tlin republican presiden tial campaign bogan active work as soon as they reached their desks herrclary of tbo Interior Work re puhlican national clmirman joined fViiinklin W Jcort I ho commltteo Bec rcttiry In search for offices for na tional They looked over various office buildings but reached drrlsinn CONVENTION SIDELIGHTS Ry K 5 Managing ICililor Davenport Times Jimn Kmily Ncivoll rtliiir vice chairman nn domnrratic nalinnril CKinmiltec anrl 111 editor of Grmrl Hniisrliofplnc has arrived at Houston with the de TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 8 AUNT HEX By Robcrfc Quillen By the time a woman reaches my age she either feels kinrf o sorry for ever1 bofly 01else she turns sour an talks hateful about   

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