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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1910, Mason City, Iowa                                J IOWA Kali1 tonight with j warmer in west Tiiesditf t 1 Partly cloudy and warmer Anything lost or found will returned to owner through 5 iGG Want Ad X REPORTS BY WIRE EACH DAY OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE WORLD TODAYS NEWS NOT Y ESTERDAYS MASON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1MO CASE BE TRIED Case Called This Afternoon at Two Oclock Before Judge Kelley of the District Court ID BOOST OREGON MERLI FACTORY IN LIST Oregon is To Get Into the Game California on Boosting J Special SILEir Ore ACCUSED OF THE MURDER OF HENRY 1CCKES HERE caoltal Clt Sov ertainmg for three BOjr Was a Bakci a Resident of the City About a Year and Employed it Wilson Will Be Used By the State and Also Confession ofHarry Parsons After several delays the case of tui State of Iowa against John A Snearer who is accused of the mur der of Henry Luckes a baker of lays a more of the most boosters for the States welfare The occasion is the annual meeting of Development League a federation of the various commercial bodies of the state en gaged in the of spective localities Publicity methods and commun ity advertising are to he the prin cipal topics of discussion News tnik city oa July 16 last was called Paper advertising heads of today at two oclock by Judge Kelley IT S Government Begins Its Bij Suit Today Against the Big Sugar Trust ONE OF MOST IMPORTANT ACTIONS EVER COMMENCED Rumo Separates the Girls1 Ideal Actress Ethel Barrymore From Her Husband R G Colt Petition is Sweeping Arraignment of Defendants and Asks For Com plete Dissolution of the Company und Includes Among the Defend ants the Sugar Company railroad and the officers of commercial clubs will discuss the relative merits of the different plans of work At the opening sessions today the discussions dealt wjith the proper organization and management of Commercial clubs so as to avoic friction between members and ac complish most for the general wel fore of the community Mistakes made in commercial club management occasioned consderable discussion Tomorrow the three sessions will be devoted one each to the discus sion of community advertising in Pa cific coast publication community advertising in Eastern and national publications and community adver tising by the railroads of the district court Most of the remainder of the afternoon was spnt securing a jury and this was not an easy thing Not many of the jurymen were anxious to serve on the case because of and the responsibility which rested on whenonee the ease was given into their hands Shearer was represented by P J Dougherty and M C Coughlin who appeared for him at the preliminary hearing before Justice Rankin soon after Shearers arrest For the state were County Attorney Robin son and D W Telford Case Attracting Interest The case is attracting unusual in terest and when court was called the court room was well filled with peo ple Shearer does not show par ticularly the effects of his three elose confinement He ap pears nervous however and com tS freely upon the conduct of the attorneys in selecting a Ttpon the however of Harry Parsons who is alleged to be only eye witness of the crime of Shearerischarged rests the the for the state Pirsbns who appeared inthe pre liminary hearing told a straight for ward Because of cer tain allegetfr ihentarydefects was somewhat mixed in his dates arid de tails But as to features of what ne fckys lie the night Liickes was murdered and what the State claims actually the hoys story isclear c and to the point twelve men will think of it remains to be seen Parsons isays hev accompanied Shearer who is a cousin to the west part of the city the night Luckes murdered that he saw Shearer strike a man down saw him load Call to By Sllf LSIU RIOT Police Cluli Rioters in Chicago Rendering One Woman and Ouc Man Unconscious For a Time Special to the GlobeGazette CHICAGO Nov 2S Italians whom the police said were striking engaged in riots at Wentworth and Alexander streets to day One woman was rendered un conscious by a blow from a base ball bat one man clubbed senseless by the police sergeant was slightly in jured and five women and four men were arrested Special to the GlobeGazette NEW YORK Nov the American Sugar Refining Co known as the sugar trust as a law less combination the federal govern ment today filed a suit for the dis solution of the corporation The suit which is brought under the Sherman anti trust law is expected to be one of the most important ac tions of the kind ever undertaken in this country The governments petition is a sweeping arraignment of the defendants The government alleges that when tlie iragar com bine was formed SS H O Have meyer received common stock as a gift for taking the inde pendent refineries these shares the petition alleges having been issued contrary to law and that by pur chase by cutting prices and other means the combine secured control of other refineries until they owned 72 per cent of the entire sugar pro lucing companies thus enabling them to fix prices restrain the out put monopolize all by products o raw sugar and sugar beets and ob tain unfair advantage over the com petitors The government asks that he company be restrained from con tinuing its present business system that they be adjudged an unlawful combination and that all illegal is sues of stockbe cancelled holder is enjoined from exercising the alleged right acquired by the possession of Jncluded among the defendants are tne Mich igon Sugar Co of Saginaw the Iowa Sugar Co of Waverly la the Carver County Sugar Co of Chaska and the Menominee River Sugar Co of Menominee Mich 1ication in Merchandise Store Congressman Sabath of Special to the GlobeGazette CHICAGO Nov firemen unconscious 2S Twenty from smoke a body into tie buggy and with it between to a distant part of the Parker wood where it was placed Here the body was found Sunaay Clothes Enters Case Another feature of thecase aroun will undoubtedly grow cbnsiderablecontentionwill be the cimditibn of the clothes Shearer is alleged to lave wornthe night Par sons says they went for a drive Shortly after the arrest of Shearer clothes were secured by the Johnie Dumbolton formerly of sheriff and it is bore Wood f this city but now of Lincoln Neb wag in this city yesterday the guest Continued on Page of his sister Mrs Tom Stanbery were rescued by their comrades to day at a fire which partly destroyed the merchandise store of the Albert Lurie largely owned by Con gressman Sabath The loss is SEIZE BRANCH CLAIM III 3 Ji Sawyer of aiid W A Boland of New YorkSjrtbJ Big Surprise THEY MAKE WAR ON IOWA CENTRAL FOR PART OF JROAB Ttto Wealthy Men Browned in Te Mottes take By Into Opening in fee Walking Special to the GlobeGazette HURLEY Nov S Klauber a wealthy retired merchant of Madison and W S Wat rous of Austin a suburb of Chi cago were drowned in Demottees Lake near Emerson Wednes day last while crossing the lake on the ice The men walked into an opening The bodies were recovered today George Dissolves Parliament and Tells His People to Get Him Ethel Barrymore bclovud by every schoolgirl is uot having a peaceful career as a wife according to reports that have been circulated for the ptist fortnight Miss Biirrymoro iniirriecl ItussoII G Colt the sou of the millionaire Colt family of Ithuflu Island a time the lite ui cmiplo supposed to be ideal but recently stories have beeu circulated that all was uot well Hiss liiirryinorc lias denied that she would get a divorce from her husband while Mr Colt has refused to discuss whathe calls family miittrm ADR UN H4RT GKTS A VERDICT Wife of Britt Hanker Successful in II LI OF IJV JURY JURY RKPORTK1 YKSTKRDAY Nine Stood I or ami Three For Was a After Ixng Hours of News Securing Divorce From Her Ilns biind Who HiOught Aciimi A verdict for Was returned early Sunday morning by the jury in the case cf Aclrain Hart vs the Mason City Brick Tile Suit was brought by the plaintiff who is a boy U years of age for for injuries received at the plant The boy was not an employe of the company but with other boys was visiting the plant and in some a New One by Jan Next manner young Hart was caught in j the machinery rapidly rewhirlcd and i he was badly injured and will be for Special to The GlobeGazette LONDON Nov Second jite Parliament in the reign of the late King Edward VII which met Feb 15 last was dissolved today in pur Compromise Verdict The first ballot stood nine Special to the GlobeGazette RENO Nov wife of E P Mealy the well known bank er at Britt la ests in a bank and having inter at Cambridge was for i tl I suance of the program of the liberj and ttree for al government to go before tha country on the question of the pre rogatives of thehouse of lords The Kings speech is notable for its the only reference to the constitutional crisis being a colorless expression cf regret that the con j ference between the leaders of the opposing parties failed of agree ment over the reformation of tlie upper chamber Tha proclamation of dissolution summons a new par liament to assemble Jan Slst nexf MKX BLOWN TO ATOMS Special to The GlobeGazette DURANT Nov 7OEW i SHEARER whatever After several ballots this was not changed Later the jury balloted on who should have the verdict the plaintiff or defendant which showed seven against 5 for the plaintiff Thenext ballot was S to I and thenext 9 to 3 Here the jury hung till near morning Sunday when a compromise was effected on Sajd Machinery Alluring The plaintiff based their cass on that the company owned a factory in no populous partsof the city and that it operated machinery that was interesting and alluring to hoys and for that reason the boys should be Hart granted a divorce today on her cross complaint in the suit he had begun here for divcree Healy began a suit here ago and before it came to trial Mrs Healy and her mother appeared and began a cross Mrs bow her husband had gone ostensibly to New Mexico live but that a friend of hers had given her a tip thathe was in Reno and had filed suit for di vorce and she immediately came to this place In her cross petition ilrs Healy made some very sensa tional disclosures disclosing names of two of Healys alleged af finities Mrs Healy is given alimony and divorce SevniteeiiYtarOIa Jiil on Trial Today For Vilaje Murder of Ijaunflryman Special to the EAST CAMBRIDGE Nov case of Hattie Le Blanc the seventeenyearold FrenchCaria Take Possession Fimi AlMaito i and Dismantle Cen tral Employes and Ask For Spec ial Police to Prevent Central Em ployes From ALBIA Nov the most strenuous railway warifth the history of Iowa began yesterdaywith the announcement that the which has been used by tne Iowa Central between Albiaand Cftriterr for many years was owned by Dr J L Sawyer of Centerviile and W A Boland a New York capitalist and the dismissing by them of every Iowa Central employe to be upon the Train crews not even were allowed to take their trains to Central territory but were diaeharBSOi when ever a train was stopped Mr SUAV and Mr Boland placing other men in their place to handle it until it could be taken to lowk Central tracks Special police hivo bein asked tor by both aides the one to prevent Iowa Central employes irotD trespassing upon the rbad claimed by SawyerBoland combination Mici other to preventany injury to property which may tt is probable that a car run By motJt wiil be operated on theliriis between the two places Announce OTVnersliii e It has been the euppbaitio frnd along the line Unrirurt Albia to Centsrville the sage interests and leiMti tp ihe Iowa Central Dr Stji Boland however here ton Quincy special terville owners of the line took steps to prevent Cci tral from i I rack by They declared that bwi6 proving a loss to vastunderthe oV a Central officials thoy intended to improve According to the statemettt Dt a car run by motor willtalie the place of trains on the Itdft rud ning from the court house at ville to the court house in It is probable that will bs ruh into Albia over the local street c4t tracks and then will be run bewveau I Tenterville twelve miles here and Buxton when tliat built next year What the management of i j Central will do or whether able to do anything at all in I fair is a subject of conjecture here IA prominent attorney declared to dian girl charged with the murder a year ago of Clarence F Glover a I Waltham laiindryman in whose homei she was employed as a domestic called for trial here today night that it would be able to do nothing thus making Albia the ter minal and shortening the Hnetwen lyrivc miles VENDUNG1R1AL Alleged Murderer at Alma EightYcmOld Girl Oalledv Sucker State Adds its Population Tiie Past Decade And Will Got More Congressmen Special tp The GlobeGazette WASHINGTON Nov 28 The Special to the GlobeGazette LOUISVILLE Nov 2 seph Wendling was called Judge Gregory in criminal court day to answer the charge of dering eightyearold AlmaKellher population ni the state of Illinois in St Johns Catholic is an increase of 20 or per The increase from 1890 to 1900 was or 2G per The most populous county in Western Union Gets a Jolt From Sa linois is Cook containing the city 11 f 1 I ft it O O pseme Court For Not Sending a JKttige After Accenting It Special to the GlobeGazette Nov of Chicago and hUs or nearly half the entire state The county having the smalest popula tion is Hariiin which has but and next is Putnam ivitu I Wife of Former Chief of Field Di vision of taiid Office Gets cixe m Charge of Desertion De 1JAXK SUSPENDED cause the Western Union failed to transmit a message from Detroit Michigan to Kansas City after accepting it the supreme court of j Special to GlobeGazette the United Slates today held the FRANKFORT ON THE ODER men were blown to atoms and ninefyears of age at the time of the ac others were entombed beyond hope cident of rescuo by a gas explosion in the inine of Choctow Asphalt Co at Jumbo today company liable for more than dameges The little son Mr and Mrs E Germany Nov Vereins bank suspended today tailed The deposits to Jlrs G M Netzer is home from a Judge Clark went to Charles CityM Howard of Belle Plaine was this he will yesterday at the Story few days risit with her parents in court for week Swaledale SEATTLE Nov E Glavis wife of R Glavis former chieJ oE the field division of the general land office in Seattle obtained a divorce today in the su perior court The divorce was grant ed on a cross complaint charging desertion anl cruelty Property val ued wss divided ont Of courts Glavis was the star witness against Ballinger   

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