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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER AND MASON CITY DAILY TIJtfES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS ANti INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 25 1928 FIVE PER copr ASSOCIATED TRESS LEASED WIRE 249 OPPOSITION TO PRESIDENT CAUES DEVELOPS RESPONSIBILITY FOR CRIME LAID TO LIQUOR WAR Bar Association Report Suggests Public Be j More Vigilant OEATTLE July the picture of an alleged criminal syn dicate in many United States urban centers dominated and financed by the bootlegging Industry today delegates to the American Bar convention planned to the annual address of Silas H Strawn president and other official reports and elect members Iowa Explorers Claim I Ml Four Judges Renominated Growing lack of confidence in the lals be iptfpn in office bybootleg money was depicted ina report read last night to the criminal law and criminology I division by Jacob M Lashly presi dent of tha St Louis Ear association The ffuthor Arthur V Lashly St Louis who conducted an official in vestigation for that was ab Moral Issue Uppermost at Polls Claim Keynoter G a r r e 11 Scores Tammany at Judicial Convention AP Justices Wil May Be Mexican President isent EDAR July 25 AP Justices Wil Ham D Evans Truman Ojmtegrity of ail public officials beg Stevens James Kindig of bribery and corruption in rV T f and Henry F Wagner of the owa supreme court were re by acclamation to heir present positions on the ticket by the repub ican state judicial convention icre today Henry F Wagner seeks the unexpired term as justice suc ceeding the late Justice Charles W Vermilion of Centerville He now fills the post by rea son of appointment by Gov ernor Hammill until Jan 1 1989 The other nominations are for full six year terms be ginning Jan 1 next Noresolutions of were adopted Lashly whose report was based on symposium of opinions of officials and law enforcenunt agents m many representative large cities placed the real problem of ime aiid failure of jusliee In many off the country directly at the door oC the bootlegging industry Bribery Common Occurrence Bribery and corruption have be come common he said because tlie cupidity of politicians and state and government ofticinls has been excited fay the noJrnons profits of bootlegging which TO PAGE 44t GETS UNDERWAY ExCongressman Charged j With Conspiracy in Rob bery of Train CHICAGO July task jjif selecting a jury to try former Con 1 pressman Charles S Wharton and Limpy Cleaver highxvay Jrobber on charges of conspiracy and isrobbery growing out of the nd trunk train holdup last winter begun in court today before idge James H AVilkorson 1 A motion ot Whartons counsel for separate trial was overruled vith motions to quash the indlctnu vnd a demurrer to the conspintcj charge Whartons plea of not guilty had beep withdrawn but was reen tered after the motions were over ruled The former congressman anil assist states attorney was a nonehalan prisoner going about tlie courtroom chatting with his frlenrts In cnntifis to Limpy Cleavon tlie once desper ate gang lender shot 1G Lines when captured after from jail who sat quietly under heavy guard watch ing the proceedings Y He has no attorney In court Cleaver is accused of leading the robber gang in the holdup of the money train last rj February while Wharton is accused lot ne of conspiracy In the robbery under 1 of having aided the robbers after the RAPIDS July American electorate will hesl tale to for The Star Spangled the Sidewalks of New Nor1 will it ever permit the paint ing on the same canvas of the picture of a slavepen auction block open sa loon and the American The social and moral question of thesaloon has heen relegated into th realm of national mistakes ajong witl human slavery There It will continue to These ivere But a few of the Jolts handed the Tammany Tiger in the TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 1 Trader Says Equipment of Four Geologists Is Good Prospector Has New View Stories About Condition of University Explorers Supplies Conflicting Previous Reports Are Declared Untrue V WINNIPEG July reports as to tho plight of the geological expedition ot four University of Iowa students Into tho wilds of northern Saskatchewan came out of the north country today The latest reports from The Pas declared earlier stories of the In ideauate supplies of the four boys untrue This information was given hy Arthur Jan a trader of Pelican Narrows far to the north ot who said he had met the expedition and found It well provisioned nnd well provided with clothes and ANOTHER WEEK OF CORN CROP GAINSREPORTED Tasseling General and Aaron Saenz governor of lie state of Nueyu Leon Is comitipr to the foro as Mexican presidential possibility to succeed President Calles It lias been stated hat Cnlles would continue in office ilue to the murder of PreKirteiitEleil Oliregon hut the executives opponents claim such nclion would he Illegal thus Rivinc slrcnRth caudidiiry of Saenz Bill Tilden Reinstated on American Davis Cup Team lowan Wants to Die but Wishes to Hear Fight Verdict First IOWACITS July Hawkins 71 wants to die but not un til after the TunneyHoeney fight to morrow night An unsuccessful attempt to end his life with headache tablets brot Haw kins who has heen working In ihe Action Comes as Result of Appeal of French Tennis Federation July iho reinstatement of Bill Amana colonies In Iowa county to a nn1 evcn lr rn tllR inside nine His Youthful Des Moines Tee Ace Strengthens Hold on State Open Title SrOIAES July mar youthful DCS Molnci golfer further entrenched himself in Tililon as R member ot the American first place tn the Iowa open cole and that he will play championship today when hereturai challenge round against France a card ot CD two under par to ringup a 54 hole total of 211 three valuable strokes under the next best score re by Arthur Bartictt of Ot tumwa tho defendingchampion Miller shot two under par going out OcV lir ayr not The GlobeGazette Has a Booklet on Sun Suits Sun suits are the cute little cos tumes in which the play outrldors In summer The ultraviolet rays of the sun are na tures health and strength builders The simple little sun suits give the child the maximum benefit of sum mer playtime Methods making these and materials are described In a neat illustrated leaflet prepared bv ex perts of the government bureau of home economics The suits are very economical and easy to make Send for a copy of the booklet using this coupon Frederic J Hnsliin Director The fllasoji City OoBeGazetta Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith t cents In coin or stamps for a cnpy of the JeatfCt Sun Suits for Children Street City State today with nn offer to Sive them his body If they would give Him enough poison to kill after the TunneyHeency fight to morrow night Poverty and fear of becoming a public charge prompted him to try suicide he said He was sent to the county home IOWA FORECAST Somewhat unsettled Wednesday night and Thursday not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GIobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednesday Highest Tuesday 85 Degrees Lowest In Night 59 Degrees At 8 A M 17 Degrees For the eleventh day in a row the maximum temperature in Mason City Tuesday was In the 80s Judging from the start made Wednesday at 8 oclock however there was more than an outside chance that It would pas into the 90s before night The one point which argued against this pos sibility was the ract that the wind was In the northwest rather than in the south card showed six birdies on the S holes Miller yesterday turned in n 7t one over par for the opening IS holes and a 70 one under for the second round Just behind Bartletts 214 came Bob McKes of Dea like Bartlett former transMississippi champion with a 21E and Boh McCrary also of Des Moines with 216 Both took 72s this morning Millers card Out 454 344 In 433 311 Art Andrews oC Davenport defend ing professional champion finished his fiftyfourthhole with a 220 total ami was in a position to take the title again should Clarke falter in the final 1 8hole round this afternoon Bill Adams CheroTcee professional was in an even better position among the pros His 21 was only two strokes behind Sioux City pro First In Bartlett was the first of the pace TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 8 Rumor of Assassination of Egyptian Premier Is Still Heard in Europe LOXDONT July of the assassination of Mohammed Pasha Mahmud premier of Egypt re mained unsubstantiated today A dispatch from Jerusalem yester day said An unconfirmed rumor from laf fa says the Egyptian premier has The Daily his morning printed an Interview with tho premii dated Alexandria Egypt which the paper said had heen granted yester day morning There was no matlon fioui any source of the ru mored assassination DE Early Fields Show Ears ES M01NES July Will Rogers BOSTON July looks like this state of Massachusetts is going for Smith If It will bo a blow against Harvards Eng lish department They are becom ing discouraged anyway Our Eng lish is getting worse than our habits Tunncy la going to fly to the fight Just before every fight Gene flies there He would be a great booster for aviation if he fought often enough He does that to dis concert the other fellow That left hand of Genes will dis concert Heeney more than even Lindberghs flight did I told Heeney he should go to the fight in a captive balloon Good luck to you Graham Me Namee and heres hoping you dont have static Tours WILL ROGERS Copyright other week of excellent progress for Iowa corn was reported In the weather crop report Issue from the weather bjjreau tbdaj abme of crop had been beatenj downby storm or had been flopped or washed out but that it had straightened out rnp idly with damage spread over a rela lively small area Tasseling is becoming general am early fields are shooting ears and showing silks Mn many sections Most of the corn shows a rank growth ami dark green color l Excessive rains on July 19 20 and 21 in the southwest district nnd in por tions of the south central and west central districts washed away hay and grain and caused other damage in Hiding the drowning of considerable livestock Harvest work progressed an fast as the Intense heat and rains would per mit Early and winter wheat are mostly In shock Some dam age to shocjied grain was reported There has not been much threshing except Haying lins Keen none with great delay and difficulty J E Sinclair pioneer northland rospector however said at Prince Al bert that he had met the boys near Rainbow lake and found them vithout money either to buy provls ons or hire a guide They were de ermined to press on Sinclair said nnd ippeared to have a good knowledge of he country The party had been last reported Tuly 6 when a trader encountered hem on the trail and utter they hni efused to turn back given them all ho provisions he could space from his own supply At that time tho trader eported the complete equipment pro vided for them by the Canadian gov ernment was largely lost or damaged The expedition which is headed by John D Fuller of Keokuk pro posed to devote three months to a thoro exploration ot hitherto un mapped areas In the northern country taking moving pictures and STEWART WINS OIL RULE FROM ROCKEFELLERS Wall Streetlleais Talk of StandardSinclair Combination JUEW YORK Tuly Th New Yorlc World today says tha tcvart ormer Ce sketches The other members ot the expedition are Fetter Qordon Brltt have been Vent to Northwest Mounted police to Intercept the party nnd return It to safety This action was ordered when Iowa rel atives of the hoys asked nld from the government in rescuslng them CASHIER FOILS BANK ROBBERS Smell of Cigaret Smoke Warns Official of At tempted Holdup WINNER S luly An attempted holdup ot Ihe Farmers Slato hank o Witten was Unvaried by Warner IJahn cashier and manager of the hank who smcllcd cigarel Pastures truck crops and pDialoes sniolio when he opened up tills mnrn1 however are reported in fine condl ing nnd investigating found Lwo clar Rapids man now chairmt of the hoard of the Standard Oil com pany corporation According to unimpeachable In formants says the World Colone Stewart has corraled 51 per cent tho stock of the corporationwhich he now controls by ownership or proxy Demands that Colonel Stewart re sign his pbst were made by Mr Rork efeller after Stewart refused to testl fyfccfore the senate Teapot Dome in vestlgatine committee World says Wall Street Is talking of a possible tightening of the illiancc between Harry F Sinclair head of the Sinclair Consolidated Ol company and Colonel Stewart th operations of tho two companies al ready hnva been combined In the pur rhase of crude oil and the transport a tion of oil by pipe line Their posalhli operation as a unit would createtin largestsingle group In oil refln ins and marketing Industry In the world SAENZ MAY BE SUCCESSOR TO PRESENUHIEF Agrarian Leader Thinks Calles Continuance Illegal jjEXlCO CITS July Obregon leaders appeared to be illt today over the continuation ot resident Colles In office for two ears as provisional president Antonio Soto Y Gama agrarian eader If the provlslnaJ resident would be General Calles re lied constitutional president who nues in power as provisional presl ent directly violates tho constitution hlch prohibits Either Calles or Saeni The demand has already been fornv lated that Cnlles continue In offlcq fter his term on Dec 1 Rl ardo Topete leader of the Obregon lock In congress whlqh controls that iody has placed himself on record as ircdictlng that either Calles or Aaron iaenz governor of Nueva Leon will arry on the government until elec Ions can be held in 1D30 Soto Y Gamas statement was con strued in dome quarters today as voicing agrarian opposition to Calles IB provisional president Calles him self apparently doesnot desire to con tlnuo In offlceand his friends today wore quoting as having reiterated his desire to resume his life as a dairy farmer Agrarian leaders In various parts of Mexico demand that all labor In fluences be removed from tha govern ment because ot e si nation of was made today at tho headquarters ot the American team following return President Samuel H Collom the U S L T t Issued the following fitatiimeut In response to the most urgent re quests of the French lawn tennis federa tion that we should deprive French tennis lovers of thrfr TILDEN opportunity of see Tig ono of tho greatest players in the world in competition I have de cidcd to assume tho responsibility ot Mr Wear to play Tilden on tho Cup tcnm Signed SAMUEL H Collom communicating his declara tion cahlecl the United States Lawn Tennis association at New York as fol lows French misunderstood our position and pressure to bear on our ambassador who says from the stand point ot international relations it Is important their request Considering to the bcstflHnlerost our association I have Issued the fol lowing which I trust meets with your There followed the statement given above tfon Second crop nlfnlfa 1s yielding well men tryingto open tlie vault Halm started to give warning Ho was struck on the head with a revolver but made his way to the street nnd summoned help The Lanphier to Be Guest I L 11 1 1 bandits flotl thru the hack tloor SI LOhrVme Celebration l Thn robbers car born an Iowa li July Thomas O noted army avi ator will return to his i Socialist lo He nt PCS Molriea RES MOINHS July A woman with a few children Is nev r among the Herald PLOW BY BLOW A blowbyblow account of the TunneyHeency championship bout Thursday night wilt bo hrot to Mason City sportsfans thru thn UFO of a specially constructed am plifying set which will carry Gra ham McXamees rolcc three blocks without distortion Got you a place in front of the OlolieOazetto office Tlio innovation will be un der the auspices of the zette and the Atwater Kent com pany birthplace nnd bnyhood home Thomas socialist candidate for row to participate in a celebration In president will speak here Aug 16 lis honor riming a middle western tour soviet rescue commission today ord ered tho Icebreaker Scdov now In Arctic quarters to explore the region around Franz Joseph land and to push In a northwesterterly direction in search of missing Amundsen group and the six men of the Italia carried off In tho dirigibles bag on May 25 The Sedov fsf equipped with an afr LONDON July Britain celebrated today the eightieth plrlnn and particularly will explore England Pays Tribute to Balfpur on 80th Birthday SOVIET SENDS NEW ICEBREAKER Russians Will Search Fran Joseph Land Area for Amundsen political morally respon sible for the crlmo that they assert they do not even ask the death penalty for Jose Leon Toral who shot Obregon to death Innumcrabls rumors were current today regarding Lula Morones for mer minister of labor whose resigna tion hnd been demanded by thfl One wns that he had escaped to tho United Stains hy air plane Reports received In New York lint he had been wounded on Sunday before the assassination not bo verified MOSCOW July birthday of one of her most distinguished statesmen Ihc Kill 1 of Ijord Balfours public service goes back 64 years for he entered the houso of commons in 1874 and he is one of the few great survivors of tHe Victorian era The only other states man of outstanding eminence in the period alive toay Is tho Earl of Rose harry He has been out of politics for 20 years nnd is an invalid Karl Balfour is a member of the cabinet today ns lord president oC council Notwllstanding the throat affection which laid him aside during the nnd spring he is again normally active When he attended the luncheon yesterday to celebrate the opening ot the new quarters of tne British academy of which he is presi dent he walked rather than ride and swung along briskly with nn energy many younger men might envy His recent illness necessitated a rest from his usual physical activities in cluding tennis of which he is a de volet player tho thoDaily Mail quoted him today as saying that he intends to take up tennis again shortly The luncheon yesterday was partly in honor of the aged statesmans birth day The Prince of who is on terms of friendship wilh Earl Balfour paid him graceful compliments to which Ixml Balfour responded with a livelyapeech BAMTHJR As a trlhiite in appreciation of his services lo the state as evidence of their personal esteem his friendsin the house iflords and commons are oresenlinB Karl Balfour with an expensive motor car as a birthday eift tho Capo Flora section one of the southernmost points of Franz Joseph The Icebreaker Maligln anchored this morning off Archangel after re turning from an unsuccessful search for the still missing men Professor VIzc head of the expedition Imme diately left for Moscow to submit H report ot the Mnllglns work The rescue ship Krassin which licked up seven of te Italuis crew ncludlns the Viglierl group off Foyn Island is sailing for Stavancer where t will be overhauled The rescue com mission Intends to send Ky airplane rom Leningrad a new chassis and other spare parts for Pilot Chukhnov tkya plane Then the Icebreaker will renew its search Eleven Attend First Session of Bull Moose Gathering Held at Omaha OMAHA uly In tho second day of Its national conven tion tho proposed bull moose or pro gressive party Is still iftinrganlzed tin keynote speech has not been given and the platform has not been voted Neither hns there been any in dication as to whom the presidential nomine might he Dr Henry Hermann adjourned tha meeting last night closing the first lays sessions which were attended hy less than a score of delegates visitors nnrt newspaper reporters and photo graphers Eleven were on hand for he opening session nnd seven ircsPTit at the second meeting lait night The first session of tha convention ivas devoted to reading by Dr Hoff man of several letters Some were rom prospective delegates who regret ted they could rot attend and ons contained prices on buttons badges ind other convention decorations CORRESPONDENT WANTED Theres an oportunity for some good news writer at Floyd to pick up a littls loose chnnen hy corresponding for the Ginber Ma ringing Kditnt zetle Address the If Interested Adverse Weather Keeps Rockford Plane at Home TtOOKFORD July The fight of the freater which was to have started at i a m was postponed until tomorrow morn ing because of unfavorable weather predictions Pilot Bert Hnssell stater that United Htales weather bureau report received after the hi plane ha1 been loaded with gasoline indicatid fld verse headwinds would be encount ered today thruout the Canadian por tion of the flight HET By Robert QuilJen T fiont mind a man hem fat if he aint got a soft baby look hes liable to start suckin his thumb any   

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