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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                ft r tf o fcVAj AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1 FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 237 L ti J 2 MARBLE ROCK FARMERS SHOT PARTIES LIKELY TO NAME THEIR OWN NOMINEES Neither Prohibitionists Nor FarmerLaborites Will Give In CHICAGO July Leaders of tho prohibition and farmerlabor parties who have been attempting a fusion of ihe nvo today declared they hail ap proached Gifford rincliot former governor of Pennsylvania ami IMllliRin H Sweet former sovcr nor nf Colorado as possible presi dential candidates for a third party j Both Tinchot and Sweet are nr i dent prohibitionists Three of Nobile RASKOB Trubee Davison Assistant Secretary of War Visitor at Hanford MacNider Home July Separate presidential candidates rather than fusion choice appeared the likely me of the prohibition and farmer conventions as each moved into second session today leaders In both groups dc urcd to replace the two groups with lew single party but a lengthy oC three delegates from convention yesterday failed to Ii any desirable plan of amalga ion ite hour prophets last night were lumous in the opinion that oach tirt would select its own candidate When both conventions were reeled to end Keith B r Woul d Merge Bttythcr party appeared willing to fcvittiuivwaaTne proni j while theJarmerlabor Jibs dry declaration 7 Tho defeat of Smith is the prtnl ypal aim the prohibition party de clared Dr D Leigh New Fork keynoter of the drys A need for new party alignments due to the iieglect of the man was ltressed by Mrs Laura Hughes Lunde yfhlcaRo who delivered the laboritcs speech p Mrs Lunde charged both major par mes with being equally guilty of cor citing tho war graft of the and the republicans green house on K Privi has taken control In the United instates while tbe people have been she asserted The recent Investigation shows the republican party dripping with she continued Senator Borah Iwantcd to cleanse the party he should suggested that nil who knew jibout the deal bo expelled It would B a long Hoover ughos Denby Daugherty Hays Mel lon and Roosevelt Both Have Soalicd Farmer Both parties have soaked the far ner The democrats held down his nofits during the war and the repub deflated them afterwards If we are o remain a free nation use of the Injunction against labor Dr Colvin in his attack on Tam charged that the democrats arc If misleading the south by saying that a wet president could do nothing with IJI put congress It Xnly 2 states were represented on the prohibition roll call while 10 west ern and middle western states and the District of Columbia completed the farmerlabor list TRUrtEE DAVISON Secretary of War Charge of Aviation c The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Care of Your Baby The public health service of the United States has compiled into a 42paga booklet its report on the care of babies It covers essential Information for baby care from the prenatal period to the child of four with suggestions for the diet and care ot children up to 12 years Food clothing sleep recreation nursing teething and emergency problems In the care of the baby are discussed on expert govern mental authority Copies of the booklet may be procured from our Washington information bureau Use the coupon Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City Information Rnrean Washington D C I enclose herewith R cents in stamps or coin for a copy of Ihe booklet THE CARE OF VOUK Slreet City State READY TO DIE Fugitive Wh7Left jaij for Day Tells Sheriff to Come After Him UNION CITY Tenn July Johnme Vaughn 21 year old slayer of his in love was back in tbe death cell of the county jail here today after spending five days in west Illinois woods while deputies searched west Tennessee for him Vaughn under death sentence escaped from jail last Thursday night with four companions by cutting a hole in the jail wall He telephoned Sheriff J R McCain from his homo yesterday and told the officer Im ready for my The startled sheriff led the youth back to jail where he must wait until the state supreme court reviews his case At the jail tho slayer told McCain I didnt want to wrong you and added that left Jail to to business and cxpcctetl to re turn the next morning Ho didnt say what the business was A note was found In Vaughns I cell after he escaped which said lie would be back He was convicted of killing Roland Rell last March and sentenced to the LINDYS PLANE STARTSTOBURN Flyer Unhurt While Mech anic Extinguishes Flames SALT LAKE CITY Utah July 11 Charles Lindberghs plane caught on fire supposedly from a flooded carburetor at noon today just as he was about to take off P Noonan Lindberghs mechanic seized a fire extinguisher and put out the flames The extent of damage to the plane has not been determined Colonel Lindbergh and Noonan were inthe plane with the former at the controls warming up the motor when the flames burst out Noonan fell off the plane backwards in his effort to escape ihr Fbeet of fire Lindbergh was uninjnrrd The plane is p Ciirliss falcon hi piano War Officer DOlier and MacNider to Attend Conventions THUBEE DAVISON assistant sec retary of war in charge of avia tion Franklin DOlier first national comandcr of the American Legion and Hanford MacNider a former as sistant war secretary and Lesion chieftain made plans to leave Wed nesday afternoon In the war officers giant Fokker airplane for tho plains of the Dakotas Mr Davison and lits pilot Capt Ira C Eaker brot their threemotored plane down in tho local field at oclock Tuesday The captain spent a part of tho morning preparing the ship for continuing the Journey To Open Convention The party will first go to Grand Forks where It Is scheduled to arrive Wednesday evening Thurs day morningthe three will take part in the openingsession of the North Dakota department convention of the at Grand Forks They will fly from Grand Forks to Aberdeen s sometime Thurs day and take part in the convention there of the South Dakota department the iesion The flight back to IVTason Citywill probably be made Fridayand the party will spend the weekend at thoMacNiderhome Mrs Trubee Davison arrived Wed nesday morning by train from her home at Glen Cove Long Island and will be a guest of the MacXIders for a few days To JIalie Inspection The next move of the war secretary has not been decided upon It is likely that be will make a number of In spection trips using the Mason City airport as his base The plane he is usingis a new one oC tho lype flown here by Mr MacNldcr for the dedica tion of the airport Inst August Mr pavison is himself a qualified flyer haying flown In the navy dur ing the World war He wears tbe navy cross Ills pilot Captain Eaker is one of Americas most distinguished flyers who wears a distinguished ly ing cross a new flying decoration held only by transoceanic flyers such as Col Lindbergh It has only been In existence since 102C Captain Eaker an executive officer to Assistant Sec retary Davison acted as pilot on the panAmerican flying expedition Yankees White Sox Lose m First Games NKW YORK July fourrun rally against George Pipgras and Wiley Mooro in the seventh en abled the Detroit Tigers to defeat the Yankees 4 to 2 in the first game of a itoubiehcader here today Detroit ion 8 n New 000 260 Ifolloway Vangilder and Wooilall Pipgras Mooro and ncngoiigli Motor Firm Head Choice of Democrats National Committee Is Or ganized to Conduct Smith Campaign NEW YORK July J Raskob chairman of the finance committee of General Motors today was named chairman of the demo cratic national committee Raskob has long been a close per sonal friend of Governor Smith and traveled to the democratic convention in the private train bearing members ot tho Smith family He has been identified with big business for many years and his selection to guide parly affairs would be in line with a grow ing sentiment that a business execu tive is tho partys need at the moment rather than a politician The name of Mrs Xcllie Tayloe Ross former governor of Wyoming VINCENT STILL Aviator Sees LEADING AFTER 185TH BALLOT was linked with the now vacant post of vice chairman of the national com mittee Finance Head The slate also included Col Herbert U Lehman New York banker as cam paign director of finance Lehman managed the last of Smiths guber natorlal The governor who cam to the city last night by motor from Albany had fv general talk on the political situa tion after his arrival with Senator Jtobinson ana Franklin Roosevelt who placed him In nomination at Houston This morning he had as his breakfast guest Senator Keed of Mis souri whom he had invited bore to dis cuss tho political outlook Both Smith and Rccd declared later that their conversation bad been in general and that nothing definite was discussed as to Iho part the Mis souri senator will play in the cam paign Ive been working for the demo cratic party since I was IS years remarked the white haired MiKsouHan and I intend to go on working for PHILADELPHIA Inly The Athletics swamped the Chicago Americans In the first game of a rtoii Ifeeil Starts Hoover Afinck Reed then launched an attack on Herbert Hoover declaring he did not elicvc tho American people were dcady to name as their president so shiftya man who ho added had been converted to a republican over night so that he could get into a rc TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 5 DILTSlJURED IN30FOOTFALL Scaffolding Gives Way While Men Are Putting Up Steel Frame Klmor Dilts manager oC the Kin hart Transfer and Storage company and resident at lOOtl North Delaware avenue suffered a fractured when part of the scaffolding fcwe way and ho fell 30 feet to the ground Nomination for Congress Faces Deadlock in Ninth District ATLANTIC July Twentyfive ballots Inlten today in the ninth congressional district republican convention failed to name a republican candidate for congress the vote remaining the same on the one hundred eishty fiftli ballot as when the conven tion started yesterday At every recess the vote seeineil to revert to tho original starting point altho fluctuating slightly in the interval between On the one hundred sixtyninth ballot Oass and Shelby counties gave Slierm Meyers publisher nt An ita 23 votes Thosv two counties accounted for ail the changes in voting Congressman Karl W Vincent nf Guthrle Center polled 49 voles for todays high on tbe one bun drcd seventyfifth ballot His low for the morning was on ho one hundred thirtyninth ballot A TLANTIC July n night ot conferences and caucuses In which a compromise was sought to V brpfllrfl G u n Kir fVm 1 CO ft Inatlng a candidate for congress What the line of action would be was a matter of speculation altho et forts were under way to swing a ma Jority oC the delegates behind one oC the four candidates or a dark horse in ordtr to end the long succession 01 roll calls The one hundred fiftyninth ballot the last before the convention ad journed last night found the 121 dele gates holding the alignment they bad opened the fight with on tbo first vlto and had maintained thruout most of the day Karl W Vincent of Guthrie county who won the short term nomination as congressman R Greens suc cessor In a special election at the June primaries led last night with 45 votes Ills opponents strength was d vidcd as follows Charles 70 Swnnsnn Pottawattamit county 31 Tungi G Ratcllff of Montgomery county 30 and Milton n Pitt ot Harrison county 1 Signals From Stranded Men Walking Party Had Left Main Camp of Explorer M to Hunt for Land OSCOW July given up for dead three men of the illfated Mobile expedition have been discovered alive on the ice packs to the west of Cape Platen north of North east land They are Dr Finn Malmgrcn Sivcd ish meteorologist Capt Alberto Mari ano pilot of the dirigible Italia and Capt Filippo Zappi navigator They liad boon tramping their weary way over the ice from near Foyn Island for 43 days A Russian airman Chuklmovsky who took oCC from the ico breaker Krassin this morning sighted the wayfarers from afar About the same time the castaways saw the plane and two of them waved frantically with tattered flags The third was lying down Chukhuovsky circled over Ihem five limes socking a landing but was forced to return to the Krasain He returned to the marooned men this afternoon 20 Miles From Krassin night ot conferences and caucuses They are located at north n which a compromise was sought to east longitude irealc thai pasted thru 159 ot about 20 mles from where thi ballots yesterday the ninth district Krassin is held tip by tho heavy ice republican convention reconvened The Russian airmans efforts wil here todayto continueits task of nombo devoted to finding a landing slop or picking some route whereby addi tional Hid may be speedily sent Dr Malmsrcn and his companions The discovery of tho castaways has sent i thrill thru the hearts those aboard the Krassin which for Officers Claim Argument Caused Shooting of Leland Van Sickle by William Schmidt Body of Killer Discovered in Farmhouse by Relatives nTA BULLETIN MARBLE ROCK July P A Saddler an nounced this afternoon that an inquest was unnecessary ihe sheriff County Attorney Jens Grothe and Ray Scott issued hie header today 10 to 3 Simmons on tho new addition to of tho Athletics hit twn home runs tho Internationa Harvester company Chicago flnn nan 3 ft o at 9 oclock Wednesday on in 13 i RlnnKcnship and Here Grore and Foxx Forest City Church Holds Revival Services FOREST CITV July scries of evangelistic servicesare bcinc held at tho First Baptist church Tho Rev ay K Vrrl fnrmerly Baptist stale secretary for Nebraska Is in chnrpe He Is hy son Forrest York who is associate evangelist and sons leader and Glenn Farr pianist Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July 10 Its been a terrible thing those Airship men up north getting lost But I want to tell you Its been Pretty near as bad a hardship on us here trying to keep track of the wholrt thing whowas lost who was found who was lost bunting who was lost and who was lost bunting for those that were search Ing for those who were lost hunt ing tho original rescuers That forth Pole from what lit tle I can gather is kinder over rated anyhow If these hravu men would devote their time and energy to electing a good democrat that wouldnt ad vance science but it would help a raio of people pet some riostoffices Yours for science that pays WILL morning Mr Dilts was on the scaffolding with several employes riveting the steel frame on the building when the accident took place When the sup ports holding the scaffold gave way the others grabbed the steel beams and held themselves Mr Dilts also grabbed for support but failed and fell 30 feet landingon his feet Whether it was the shock from Inc fall to the ground or that he was struck by part ot the scaffold that caused tho broken vertebrae was not known He was tnken to tbe Park hospllal where an Xray was taken of ills bark Mr nilts had the contract for construction of the steel frame of tiio I ruck sorviro building hning erected by the Inlernnllonal Harvester com pany Nora Springs Scouts Leave for Summer Camp NORA srniNGS July Boy Scouls from Xora prings left Tuesday morning for a works camp lifo it Ventura Thiy will occupy two rabbin there Scoutmaster Henry Lui cas acqmpanlcd the boys I Osage Motorist Fined Following Auto Accident OSAGE July Sullivan was arrested Monday afternoon for not re porting an auto accident Justice La Rue gave him a fine of 25 and costs and ho is also expected to fix up the car bejonging to John Wagner which he ran into near tho Charles Lewis farm southeast of town Sunday after noon Hoy GIbeaut was driving the Wag ner car and had been to Charles Cily to fake his mother Mrs was on his way home when the acci dent occurred Wea IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy Wednesday nhrht and Thursday slightly cooler Wednesday night in eitreme east central portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednesday Highest Tuesday 87 Degrees Lowest in Night S3 Decrees At 8 A M 11 Decrees Tuesday was another of those dnys obviously are made for Iowas tall corn Fields were dried out suf ficiently to permit of cultivation Small grains are being brot to a rapid maturity All scorns to he well will tbe world one month has been steadily smashing thru the Ice floes In a determined cf ort to reach the Nobile group off loyn Island LIFE AFTER YOUTH shot by William Schmidt who SMf 53 Schmidt near here some time last night An argument the nature of which no one will ever know believed by officers to have caused the shoo ing of Van who the shot and killed himself ine bodies were discovered by Mr and Mrs owners of the farm and brotherand respec tively of Wilham Schmidt when the husband re neiS fr0m a Cityand Coroner B J Oakes Rook were notified hou Hoover Will Be Guest Cal Two Days Nominee to Arrive at Sum mer White House on Monday RESCUE HOPE SINKS KINGS BAY Spitsbergen July 11 increased today that a tragedy of modern Polar ex ploration had claimed the lives of 13 men Grace fears were entertained for CIvn others Those believed dead were Snvrri members if Gen T7mherlo Nobllrs party of G which was aboard the dirigible Italia when It crashed TUKX TO PACK r 7 TEXAS PASTOR GIVEN FREEDOM Minister Swears to Abide by Injunction Restrain ing Construction July Hev Kavl Anderson pastor of the fundamentalist Baptist church litre was released from jail upon his prom ise to abide by a temporary injunction halting ivork on a tabernacle whldi lie has under construction The minister appeared before Judge Towno Young who sent him to Jail contempt of court Thursday and ore that he would faithfully observe the terms of the restraining order pending a final hearing on the In junction tomorrow Herbert Hoover republican prcsi July denliiil nominee will spend two dnys Jind a night with President Coolidge tit the I3rulo while cnroutc to bis bonin at Palo A In where be will be formally notified of his nomi nation on Aug H Secretary Hoover will arrive at the summer white house Monday morning and will leave Tuesday night fcr San Francisco where he is due at noon on Friday July o Ho will be formally welcomed homo Uy Governor Young Mayor nutpli Tlie route from Superior to San Francisco will lie thru tlio Twin Cities Omaha and Salt Lake City Several stops will be made at pirr3 yrt to be designated and It may that thn will make sonic realplatform appear nncox nt Sunday Mr ind Mrs Hoover will drive directly 10 Kvaiiston where Uicy will be the of Vice President Djiwis nnd Mrs Dawcs during the few hours lay over Irnm chtfngn the I cover parly wil go directly to The secretary had a number ot callers this morning Including Repre sentative Bacharach of New Jersey who predicted the HoovorCurtN ticket would sweep bis stain by at tens Other rnllcia Otis Glenn republican nominee for thr sennto in Illinois Charles Bnrrrlt of Georgia president of tho Furmcrs Union and Harry Gusrmhrim of the Gngpenheim Foundation lor the promotion of aviation CAN YOU fiATJIEU NEWS WANTED Active and reliable news correspondent st Mills Address the GlobeGazettes managing editor if Interested i er for some In youth of Minnesota to work for Ashed o IJppair Mower in Urn evening he faclimidla on mowing bay tbe following ilay tiiil the farm owner asked his brother and Van Sickle to get the mower In shape ficcordlnff to ha story told the officers by tbo Schmidts iilnlit Mr Schmidt said Hint both ins helpers readily and cheerfully agreed niid immediately went to the inncliine Fhccl to begin tho task An hour later Mr and Mrs made ready to visit at tha home of a neighbor and upon leaving ihat HilimWt and Van Slcklo wore busily engaged in tho machine shop Hotly Found in House When tho Schmidts returned they the body of William Schmidt in the diiiini room of the house He was shot btiicath the heart Investigation hKLIosed Iho body of Van Sickle In ths rartl close to tho machine shop care ully stretched out tlm It had been aid tlicie by human hands Tbo shotgun tho property if Trd Srhmidl found In the ma chine shop whore tho shoot nc occurred Jlcsido It three oniply 12cnupc shells and shell which had not been UTll Apparently according to the theory if Sheriff Saddleand Coroner Oaken Schmidt anil Van sickle had argued in the machine shop Schmidt it is claimed probably ran to tbe house to get his brothers shot gun and bad fired at the younger man while be was still In Ihe building Thn body was found in a pool of Mood not fnr from the shop IJiirc Nn III Feeling Thou tbe officers believe Schmidt started toward tbR house and before Ipjichiiip there fired tbn shot which caused bis own demli Owing to the pools ot blood near the house it la be lieved Schmlclt had shot him TTRX TO PAGK K COrUMN 4 Mrs Hert WU1 Organize Women to Support Hoover the national committee and her home Is at Louisvi In addition to her political work she maintains an active i connection with several large business enterprises willi which her husband who also was prominent was Identified Since III24 boon chairman for republican July Not forgetting the women voters in planning Secretary Hoovers cam paign for the presidency the leaders ot tho party have assigned a prom Inent role to Mrs Alvin T Hrrt a vice chairman of the national com mittee She ILLS been called upon o organize the activities of tbe women campaign workers a post which she filled In 1024 and turning nt once to tho cast ern section of he country where an intendvo drive for votes is planned Mrs Hcrt iniends to call at an early j date a meeting of national committee I ivomen from tlm Atlantic slates for night ho of mapping nut a pro Heis making nn pmnnunrpmrnts u CXPCtC ln campaign and to make i I until hn delivery nn AUK II s Hen KenjucKy 9nspeech women in Kentucky Altho finding timo for a few Secretary Huovcr is busy this week clearing desk it the pnrtmcnt rind sriting oimmerco de bis campaign aflairs in nrdrr for bis slipiliiled de arlnro tlie on Saturday AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I meant lo clean house week hut Nell lirot me H cake toclay an that means shell he wnntin my vacuum cleaner   

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