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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                lOtt DAILY NEWSPAPER foR AND MASON I q VOL XXXVUNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAI NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE FINAL EDITION IASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 23 FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED LEASED WIRE REPORTNO 222 SMITH OPPONENTS FIGHTING IN LAST DITCH HARSH THINKS i SMITH WILL BE NOMINATED MidWestern Delegates to Make Fight for Farm Relief HOUSTON June west ern delegates will a light for a farm plank which will satis S fy declared Wilbur j Marsh former Iowa national com today after conferring with representatives of west ern states Whatever planfc represents the demands of spokesmen of tlio farm group will receive the hearty in dorsement of western delegations and the support given to the Mc NaryHaugen bill by New York senators and congressmen cannot be repudiated by the attitude of Smith forces here I feel confident convention will declare for the principle of collective marketing with com modity hearing lie said By R J LESSEN niManaging Editor Davenport I HOUSTON June looks Norwegian Plans Jo Remove Nobile Party soft pickings for Al oh irved Wilbur Marsh of Waterloo for per democratic national treasurer pon arriving here Friday night I I dont believe they will finish the ill call he saifl encountered Just outside the headquarters where he held lief conference with New York politl tju remarked I dont be how strong uey From what I have k n I Art cked hours it doesnt will hold out i jflKo is L jAs to the selection of Iowa caucus for 1 lUionaL committee man he expressed nfidence that Dr J W Reynolds of I Boston would be named without oppo Ition Pleas of Congressman Cordell Farrell Grabs Golf Lead AheadWithA Score of 258 for 63 Holes Bobby Jones Slips to Lose Advantage Gained in Early Rounds QLYMPIA FIELDS CHICAGO June Farrell with a 36 took an early lead on the field at 63 holes with a total 25S altho most of the other leaders In the na lional open had not completed the first nine holes of the final round Cracking badly after starting his ourth round 2 strokes In front of the field Bobby Jones took 40 five over par for the first nine ana saw his ad vantage slip Scores larry Hampton Chicago H Ciuci Stratford Conn Frank Ball Atlanta Al Watrous Grand Rap Bill Mehlhorn N Y Johnny Farrell N Y 15171222 George Von Elm Detroit roe Turnessa N T Robert Jones Atlanta 3cne Sarazen N Y Im Barnes New York elix Serafin WilUesbaire Villie MacFarlane N Y 14773220 ilarence Wolff St Louis H R Johnston Mpls oe KIrkwood Albank Ga loS77235 V alter Ha gen New York Billy Burke New York Rial E Rblfe Chicago and Senaior Pat Harrison y are having effect here for No lyartieular enthusiasm for Senator manifested itself when he arrived it headquarters r f At the Rico hotel last night the cur 5ous crowded about him but reception pve no hint that the savior of the or tho party was being ac A drift toward the New York governor was perceptive as delegates egin arriving Unless the Tammany amp insists upon a wet declaration In I ye platform the desire of the demo iats to prevent a recurrence ot th i jIadlson Square garden fiasco is ex Injected to lead to an early capitulation lo Al Smith even in states which would vigorously oppose him it his cihcrts attempt to Impose upon the ficonvention a plank which would stul llfy their convictions AWAITING IOWANS HOUSTON June bun former Joivans residing In this Icity and its environs are looking for ward with eagerness to tho arrival of Hawkcye delegation Tho Iowa Society of Houston is co loperatlnjj with T J Caldwell vice Jpresldent of the Union National hank Fhere who has been placed In charge lot tbe accommodations and entertaln ment of the folks from the stole vwhere the tali corn W R JiUIison a former Delaware county la representing the Iowa so in the arrangements which are eInR made Former Hawkeyes been noti fied to place themselves in readiness for any demand which may be made them It is planned to place maior cars at the disposal of the visit jprs for any touring or sightseeing fhey may care lo indulge in Pending the arrival of theloaders tot the delegalion all of whom were Pjelayed by the funeral ot E T Mere Pith detailed plans are being deferred To Oil Fields The members of the delegation bboard the special train duo to ar flvs here at 4 p m Sunday will be an opportunity to view the jreat oil fields in the Beaumont dis TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN S i Moines Post to Build Scout Hospital DES MOINES June members of Argronne post American legion were scheduled to go to Camp near Madrid this afternoon do a good turn for Des Moines scouts Irhere these men who In ordinary are doctors lawyers salesmen and were to don overalls and Ipentory Aprons and get busy Ihey planned to erect a hospital fiding IB by 21 feet for the boys promised lo do it a part of community work program Jj Flser a carpentermember of ijs to boss the Job I rvin Ottman JJoulsville 3hct Beer Taft Calif X Schuttc Cleveland Villia Klein Xew York Compston Gt Brit Jock rutchtson Chicago Leo Diegel New York F McLeod Washington Al Espinosa Chicago Aubrey Boomer Franco 15280232 Morton Smith Joplin Walsh Milwaukee 14SSO22S J Golden Paterson N J Morrison Los Angeles fj B Scbmutte Lima O 1527622S T Armour Washington Smith N Y RUNNERUP LEADING DES MOINES June thur Bartlett ot Ottumwa 1927 open champion of Iowa after completing the first nine holes one down to Leo Herron of Sioux City defending cham pipn scored n brilliant 34 on the in side nine oC the morning to go three up on the tltleholder Herron was un able to win a single hole in the sec ond nine altho he halved five Tho Bartlcti 433 Horron 415 LIQUOR GRAFT LIST IS FOUND INBLACK BOOK7 Payment of to High Officials Is Recorded CHICAGO June authorities today sought a Little Slack Book as the fulcrum on which they might raise to light a sensational story ot graft among Chicago prohibi tion agents Government officials led by Assist atn District Attorney Daniel Ander son said that two confessions and pages from the Little Black Book may provide evidence of the payment of to take care of officials both in Chicago and Word of the Investigation came yes erday following the conviction of Samuel Weinberg and Roy C Swan son officials ot the Shirley Labora tories They were convicted of con spiracy to violate the prohibition law HOLDS T 0 P PURSE In connection with gallons of the divergence of alcohol received THREE MARINES ARE KILLED IN from the government under permit for ostensible use in the manufacture of perfumes and hair tonics Poison placed In the alcohol by the government was removed at the Shir ley laboratories Tlie book federal officers have been told contains a complete record of every transaction in which the com pany figured Names of persons to whom payments were made Hie names ot others with whom the men who accepted tho cash were to divide even the denomination of the bills were listed in the book tlie govern ment has been informed Divergence of gallons oE alcohol with fl a gallon being paid to take care ot persons In a position to be of help has been revealed in part federal invest gators indicated Joseph R Nutt nhove of Cleve land has been named treasurer of he republican national com direct the financing of Hie 1028 republican presidential campaign Niitt a Cleveland bank er is president of ono of the InrR est financial institutions in the country MAE MURRAY IS MOTHER OF SON Birth Had Been Kept Secret for Months Father Ship Was Enroute to Nic aragua One Member of Crew Living PILE June Charles A Lulz marine aviator jand two ot his companions were killed here today when his trimotored trans port plane crashed H T Bus jbcy and Major Lutz were killed in jstantly their bodies being thrown BO feet clear of the plane Corp Reeder Nichols tho Injured Is expected to live The plane was enroute from Wash ington to Miami on a flight to Man agua Major Lutz accompanied by Bushes and Corporals D C McChesney and Nichols departed from the naval ail station at Anacostia at oclock this morning Ho had planned to fly to Miami day and continue on to Managua where he was to have aken command of the marine air forces operating in Nicaragua According to Information received it the navy department the plane flew for some time evidently seeking a place to land before tbe crash occurred Major Lutza takeoff hero was In a mist and rain Ho first planned to at tempt the flight without a stop but the navy department ruled against such a venture Major Lutza flight had It been completed would have been the fifth made by the marine corps to Managua Reports BOSTON BEATS YANKS NEW YORK June rejuvenated Red Sox defeated the Vankees S to 4 in the first game of a doubleheader here today Bill Regan Boston second baseman touched Walte Hoyt for a home run with tho bases filled In the seventh to provide Lbe winning margin Babe Ruth bit his twentysixth with none on in the fifth First game Boston 129 12 ft New York 210 9 2 Selllemire Simmons Morris and Ileving Hoyt Shcely and Grnh owski HOMER BEATS GIANTS PHILADELPHIA June 3onald Hursts ninth homo run with lone on in the eighth gave tbe Phil ica the winning run In a 3 to 1 vie ory over the Giants In the first game f a double header here today New York 110 K I Philadelphia fllO 000 fi 0 ieneivfch and OJIogan IJcnge and Lcrian Fight Again Postponed NEW YORK June 30round heavyweight fight between Johnny and George Godfrey scheduled for tonight at Ebbets field had been postponed until next Wed nesday night on account of threaten ing weather REPORT YANKS AREJODNAPED Mexican Rebels Hold Ameri cans for Ransom Em bassy Investigating ANGELES June dispatch printed today by the Times from City reported that two Americans W M Mitchell and a Mr Cooper had been kidnaped by a band of 50 rebels near Guadalajara and are being held for pesos about SB 000 ransom Tlie dispatch said the rebel chief had threatened further action unless the money is paid One of tlie prisoners la said to be the superintendent of tha Mcsquilal Del Oro mining camp In the state ot Zacatecas Both were captured when rebels attacked Zapopan 20 kilometers from Guadalajara The United States embassy in Mexi co City wag understood to be prepared to make representations to the for eign office aS soon as the American citizenship of the two captives is definitely established LOS ANGELES June rho Examiner today says iiv a copy righted story that Murray stage and film star and her husband David MBivanl who holds the title of a Prince of Georgia are the parents ot a son born 16 months ago The news paper says the news Of the birth had been suppressed because of the fear that it might affect Miss Murrays ca ier The newspaper quoted MDlvani as follows lie was born right here In Los Angeles and has been here ever since We had tbot to keep the fact a secret from the world because of the effect it might have upon my wifes career Also in Europe we do not publish such things to the world Several ot qur friends knew of the existence but they have re spected our confidence I have taken him about with me because few know me and I felt safe from recognition wife is a motion picture star ninny people think actresses should not have children She has ob tained a very good contract for a long vaudeville tour I am stilt apprehen sive of the effect upon her work when t becomes generally known that we have n MDlvani and Miss Murray were married In June 1326 in Beverly Hills State Official Visits Representative Lafe Hill NORA SPRINGS June J Small who lias charge or the law de partment of the state library at DCS Molnes was a guest Tuesday and Wednesday nt the home of Represen tative and Mrs Lafe Hill Ho visited old time friends at the homccomin picnic and also visited Hock Grove cemetery where his father ia buried Caiifoniians at Bclmond EELMOND June Stnpley son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Stapley of Belmond is visiting his parents here Mr Stapley was accom panied by a friend Alfred Merchant from Oakland Cal Tho two men arc now on their way to Boston Mr Mer chants home They will return to De troit later to work WEATHER NEXT WEEK Move Blue Earth Bakery BLUE EARTH June Anderson and Schucrer of the Sanitary bnUery have purchased of W E For upper Mississippi and lower o South Maine Missouri vaKeys and the northern and sticet now occupied by the Bert Ror man pool ball and will remove their business to It cenlrnl great plnins Vrcanont periods ot rainfall variable temperatures but averaging near normal BANKER GETS 10YEAR TERM M V Henderson Hawkeye Is Denied New Trial at West Union WEST UNION June determinate sentence of 10 years in the state penitentiary at Fort Madison waa given M V Henderson cash ier of the First state bank of Hawk eye and former state superintendent of bankfng by Judge H E Taylor today No fine was assessed Henderson waa convicted of fraud ulent banking practices several weeks ago S H Bcvins former president of the same bank received a similar sentence months ago Judgo Taylor passed sentence on Henderson after a motion for a new trial was denied Henderson Is ex pected toappcal He was ordered to pay tho costs The Hawkeye bank failed April 5 1027 WALES OBSERVES 34TH BIRTHDAY English Prince Makes but One Address and Gets Only One Gift LONDON June today wished the Prince of Wales many hap py returns on his thirtyfourth birth day but in accordance with custom there wis no public celebration The prince himself is spending a rjulet weekend at Sunningdale bettering his golf He with wound up his year Inst night short speecli to students rt the London school of economics gathered In a chilly wind on the new school buildings roof which later nll were glad to leave for a danco inside There he remarked to friends I say it was Jolly cold up He danced wilh a number of girl students makinjj his own choice of pnrtnora Afterwards the students pre sented him with a carved onkon mod el of the schools crest This was the only birthday present be would accept recently turned down a ihlo Rift with Ibo words Im loo old for birthday Will Rogers HOUSTON June I sot a great new political scheme Captain Hlckman captain the Texas rangers wants me to run as vice president on the democratic ticket me being Cherokee Indian and Charley Curtis a Kaw Indian Hickmans theory Is that the always licked the Kaws and that there is many more Cherokees than Kaws Pretty sound reasoning and be sides nobody knows how I stand on prohibition Coolidge was presi dent six years and nobody knew how he stood On religion 1 am a Holy Roller farm relief I never voted for against or even read tho Mary Mcllaiigcn bill Vote for Rogers and scalp the Kaws Yours WILL P trip in here by air from Ft Worth on the Texas Transport mail line See Houston from the air Jesse Jones has a skyline Copyright Thornton Club Mcels THORNTON Quality Iuh met Wednesday at the horns of Mrs Moll Bowen with Mrs Hans H eterson as assistant hostess Mrs August Hansen was elected to be a new member SKf PROBE TALE OF MESSENGER IN Express Car Worker Says Boy Executed Robbery of Mail Sacks DLISSF1ELD June express messengers story that a lone boy bandit held him up on a train and escaped with a cur iency shipment of was under investigation today The robber described br the messen ger as about 13 years old boarded the train at Adrian and gained acsess to the express cnr shortly after the train lulled out of tho station Holding the messenger at bay with a pistol tho youth the messenger said ran sacked a number of mail bags In cluding one known to have contained about In bills of small denomi nation As the train slowed down at the sta tion here the messenger was hurled Trom the car and the robber follow ins escaped In a waiting automobile according to reports to local officials The train bound from Chicago for Buffalo The robbery vas between Adrian and Blissfield The messenger aflor ques tioned by railroad detectives wis placed back aboard the train and tnlcon to Toledo where he was mies tioncd by railroad officials and local Ice Runners Will Be Used to Land Ship Base Ship to Send Word to Stranded Party sen Unreported LONDON June exchange Telegraph dis patch from Copenhagen says that the Russian ice breaker Maligan has reported picking up unclear wireless signals which it believes may have come from the missing plane of Roald Amundsen and Pilot Rene Guilbaud ICINGS BAY Spltzbergen June 23 IX plans lo take Gen Umberto Nobile and bis five stranded companions from their ice camp off Northeastland by airplane were made is Swedish rescue expedition which has established a base at Virgo Bay jn North Spitsbergen dropped additional supplies for tlie Nobile group last night and today was going HOPE STRENGTH OF NEW YORKER WILL DIMINISH Tl roes ahead wilh a plan to make a landing and to take the men off Captain Tornberg leader of the Swedish expedition informed Cord mander nomagna ot the bass ship CHta Dt Jiilano Hhot he proposed to make a landing on the Ico and aslcer that General Nobile be notified or this so as o be prepared to take off The Swedish plane a powerful tri motored Junkers also explored th coast In the neighborhood of Capi Leigh Smith without finding an trace of the group ot three men head ert by Dr Finn Ulalmeron which lef the Nobile party May 30 In an effort to reach land by foot and has since icon missing The Swedish pilot also has been isked to search for the seven men who drifted oft In tho baff ot the dir iWo Italia on May 35 and have since disappeared Virgo Bay where the Swedish ex pedition luis established a base is icar Alagdalena Bay in northwestern Spitsbergen and is much nearer the stranded Jsobilo group than the bise at Kings Bay which the llnlian fly era Majors Maddalcna and renx lave been Seeking Coalition to Prevent Early Nomination HOUSTON June attempt to organize a last ditch fight against he Smith forces in democratic national convention next week was In full swing today in the face of confident expressions from the camn of the New York governorthnt the battle for the presidential nomina tion really was over and alt thivt re mained was for the delegates to for mally register their choice Bitter end foes of Governor Smith in tho solid south weresponsors of tho movement looking to a coalition ot candidates with tho hope of holding away enough strcnglh to prevent his nomination on an early ballot They believe that If Ibis could be accom plished the Smith phalanx would dis integrate Conferences to this end were In policc Authorities of surrounding towns were fished to be on the lookout for tho robber car which believed to contain accomplices of the youth A description of the robbrr was brnad cast today hut no trace oC thn fugitive car had been reported What a lot ot men did not learn at their mothers knees they learned jovcr Uieir Herald IOWA FORECAST Mostly dourly Sntnrday night nnd Sunday Probable local tliiin cler showers Not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS Weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Saturday Highest Friday fis Degrees Lowest in Night dfi Degrees At 8 A M Saturday 58 Degrees Precipilnlion 15 of an Inch Tho fact that tho wind wns in tbe northwest Saturday indicated that the rain showers were over for a time at least and that farmers woro going to get nn opportunity to get into their fields PAIR ON HOP TO MEXICO CITY Flyers Hope to Make It From Windsor in One Trip WINDSOR June Jonquin Paeheco and Fritz Bieler Mexico City aviators tookotf from Walker field here at a east ern standard time on their projected nonstop flight to the Mexican capital Because of weather conditions which have hclri the two flyers back for the last week a change in tlie origlrfal route was made nnd instead ot flying to Washington they announced the pathway would be a direct line lo tile Mexican capital U would take them they said slightly west of Dayton Ohio The original Intention had been to fly over Washington circle the capl tol as a friendly gesture and then swing south westward to Galveslon following the nulr coast to Mexico The big Stinson monoplane with a 220 horse power Wright aircooled motor was fueled with 410 gallons of Msollno which the two flyers said brot tbe total weight of tbeir craft well nbcve pounds The plane with dull body and snlclen wings heart the number NX oSH under tlie right wing WOMAN FLYER DIESIN FALL Nebraska Aviatrix Killed When Plane Crashes on Flying Field NORFOLK June Nebraskas first avlnhix Airs Chnrlcs Tlllotson Battle Creek wns killed nnd her plane demolishedat tho Norfolk flying field last night Several persons who saw the Occi dent said the woman was flying at an altitude of about feet nnd appar ently was returning to make a land irgivhcn the machine made a sudden and crashed to earth The plane and tore thru some telephone wires buried Its nose in tho ground Tho pilot was dead wheq her body was removed from the wreckage Mrs Tillotson bad made several solo flights previously and recently used tlio plana on a shopping trip to Omaha in Securities Stolen From Leviathans Mail Officials Report SOUTHAMPTON June no official figures arc yet available It is reported that checks bank drafts bills of exchange and bank notes amounting to many thou sands of pounds were involved in thefts from the steamer Leviathans mail Some official estimates placed the loss as high as Approxi mately Official Notification of Nomination Will Be Made in Palo Alto Cal WASHINGTON Juno Secretary Hoover will be notified formally Of his nomination as candi date for president on the republican lcket at his home at Palo Allo between July 25 and Aug 1 This wns innounccd definitely today hy Hccro tiry Work republican chairman augfjrated yesterday and continued today Not all of the southern states were represented as Louisiana al ready is in tho Smith column and party leaders from one or two of the others frowned upon any movement which might lend to a renewal ot the bitter fight of four years ago at Madi son Square Garden Heed Inspires New Hope presence In the convention city ot Senator Heed ot Missouri who ar rived last night trom Kansas City gavo renewled hope to Ibe southern group that the tide might be turned before the convention opens Tuesday or at least before the balloting under way Thursday orFriday Reed conferred with bis political ad visers who Informed him that appar ently only a vigorous and concerted drive could head oft Smith and that such a counter attack bad been by party lenders from ha south lie gave no Indication lhat IIP would abandon bis usual ot playing 1 lone band The antiSmith forces were fnr hcr heartened by a statement issued lute last night by A C Saileo per ionul representative ot Kvans Woollen ndanas favorite son that the Hooslor state delegation would remain slcad astly nnd loyally behind the Indian apolis banker until a candidate is chosen by the Must Stay With Woollen Tho 30 delegates from Indiana un lor the states laws cannot swing to my oothcr candidate until released hy tVoollen Tlio Sniilh opponents said ho managers ot tho New York govcr lor hart counted on strcnglh from In liana in the final drive to put Smith Salines statement was issued almost coincident with the arrival not only it Heed hut also ot Senator Walter George OooiRlii who has the In loiHement ot tho delegation from his iwn state nnd is promised rielcgnle support from South Carolina Florida Hid Alabama In addition Ueorge snld delegation not mly was Instructed to vote for him but lhat the members Individually hrjd Hiiid lhat they would stnlul by him long as his name wns before the coi ventlon He added that he did not believe Governor Smith would ever get any Georgia voles for tho nomina tion Opposes Prohibition ClmnBe With thn arrival of George and Reed three presidential candidates wero on the ground The third In Cordell Hull Tennessee who has been hero for somo days helping In tho ar rangements for tho opening of the convention Tuesday After In conferences with olber from tho south Including Daniel TO PAttE 8 COMJMN K Needles and pins needles and pins when you step on I lie gis thn trouble JJcs Muiiics Tribune AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Nelle says shes thiiiy four but no woman of that age ever had as many symptoms as shes   

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