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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight and Friday cooler Fri AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPS PRESSLEASED WRB REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited Tor the Home UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL KEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE t LEVINE SAYS HE HAS NO DESPITE BIG COST Georgia Woman Looks for Ruin if Al Is Given Nomination WASHINGTON oct Senator Copeland ot Xew York tor Tier senator of Ohio and Mrs Florence Atkins of Georgia are the most recent democratic lenders to make public expression their views on the presidential possibilities ot Governor Smith oE New York Copeland predicted victory with the iid tho south Pomerene without committing himself endorsed the Smith candidacy and Sirs Atkins de clared tersely that his nomination would spell party At the same time Senator Walsh democrat Montana prophesied a po litical revolution in the mlddlewest Bhould the republicans nominate a Mian whose views on farm relief are the name as those of President Cool Needs AiiJ of South With the backing and support the eouth said Senator Copeland Smiths nomination and election are assured Ho declared that southern opposition Tvas not so strong as it has been and ookert hopefully for assistance from Dixie After enumerating 17 western and middle western states whose delega tions he said would be for Smith and adding to these Xew England and the Atlantic coast states the Xew York senator declared ho could not belleVe matter religion would against the itT to Haunt thewishes of a larger group of electoral votes than the south Pomerenas endorsement was con tained In a magazine article appear ins today He praised Governor Smiths accomplishments in JCew York arid defended his attitude toward pro hibition It is 119 said to have a president personally wet who will enforce ths law than a president personally dry who will not or can not enforce Are Many Able Leaders Ho declared however that there so many able leaders that be aid not want to seem unequivocally com mitted to Smith The south does not intend to sup port Governor Smith should he be nominated Mrs Atkins said last night in an address before the state convention otthe Christian TemperanceUnion at Tltintington Wear Virginia The she de clared will go down in dust and ashes at our feet If lie gets the nomination Id bate to see the democratic party commit suicide but if a party has no keener vision or no greater love for its co itry than to nominate NEWYORK Oct 20 AP Charles A Levine lias had 000 worth fun in the last months Estimating the expanses of Ills flight to Europe in the Bellas A monoplane Columbia and his slip sequent nir tour of the continent the tirst transAtlantic air passen ger said he had spent ahout 123 000 It was a lot ot tun no matte what it he added I have no Apparatus Is Developed to do Thinking1 Mechanical Mind Claimed to Work Problems Too Intricate for CAMBRIDGE Oct An electrical machine with a me chanicar mind that solves involved mathematical problems too complex for tho human brain has been perfect ed at tho Massachusetts Institute ot Technology by Dr Vannevar Bush professor oC electric power transmis sion and a staff of research workers The Institute in announcing the development today said tho apparat us known ajs a product wonlcl open the way to hitherto inac expected to lio largely along cleatrical lines as tho worlc was begun several years aso in an effort to machinethat would solve j Alabama Attorney Gen eral Quits Order as Re sult of Investigation MONTGOMERY Oct klansmau whoso wholesale investigation of reported flogfcings in criminated the invisible empire has brandedthe kn klux klun in Ala bama as the greatest menaceto con stituted authority in tendering his unconditional resignation from that order In a sweeping condemnation of the organization Attorney General Char lie O McCall directed his letter ot withdrawal yesterday to the exalted cyclops klan Xo 3 province Ko i Realm of Alabama invisible empire knights of the ku klux klun Mont This action follows directly the ex tensive investigation by the attorney general Into a series of alleged whip pings in Oneonta Elonnt and Cren shaw counties which activities prompted an investigation by a spe cial Crensbaw county grand Jury last week at Luverne which scored the IClan in returning 103 indictments against residents of that section charged with complicity in these Fall Aged Considerably Since His Last Trial evolve u rapidly say Al Smith for the presidency I thai it deserves to die and we are ready for a new Should Quit Liquor Plank Senator who was interviewed at MaJison while on his way to Washington is of the opinion that neither party should put a wet or dry plinic in its campaign plat form Should an outstanding wet get Ilia nomination of either said it would be boneheadpolitics for his followers to force tho adoption of a wet plank The drys he believes should be frith things as they Senator Walsh is classed with th latter Puts on Hurt Degree WorU TITONKA Oct second cle srce staff of the I O o F of Titon ka put on the work in the Hurt hall taking jn two members A light lunch was served at the local cafe and accurately problems of advanced electrical theory which have troubled engineers Answer in Few Minutes Tbo product Dr Bush ixplahicd in the announcement today be called an adding machine carried to an extreme in its design Where workers in the business world are ordinarily satisfied with addition subtraction multiplication and divi sion of numbers the engineer deals with curves and graphs which repre sent for him the past present and fu ture of the things in which he In operating the machine the math ematician or engineer In effect feeds into it the equations and parts ot the problem which cannot now he solved by formal mathematics The answer is turned out in from eight minutes to n few hours A wait hour meter similar to those used in the homes for recording elec trical power consumption is the foun dation for tho machine The engineer using the machine plots OH paper the equations used and these aro passed slowly under pointers which operators stationed along tho apparatus keep on the curves of the plots Iencil Records Result As the pointers move along Whtte profesBins adherence to those fundamental principles which tu liblifTinhllcly the attorney eeneial iii his letter de clared that he had become convinced that the Klan in Alabama is in the hands of a lawiess Senator Says President Re sents Talk of His Being Nominated Oct Senator Fess ot Ohio declared after a call at the white house today that Pi sklent Coolidge had taken him severely to task for publicly re Mrs Gassier Convicted of Murder Granted One More Week of Life CHICAGO Get rThe for for tomorrow morning was stayed one wcelc by an order issued to curves the power flowing thru the the meter varies proportionately and that is totnllcd and recorded The meter nontrois n motor which drives a pencil along another moving sheet of paper on which n curve known aa the integral 13 traced and this is the result sought Associated with Dr Busli In thn de velopment of the machine were F O Keatf IT Hanen H R Stewart and F D Goge AUNT HET By Robert Qiiillen Amy tries to he sonic body in society but I rjorrl never see licrchildron hal their noses dont need ROCKFORD STORE RGBBEDOF GUNS Thieves Smash Plate Glass Window in Early Morn ing Haul nOCKFOITD Oft the fourth time in recent months a local j store has been broken into and robbed This time it was the ParrottTuvner Hardware store A front window in the store was smashed and thieves took several guns and ammunition The robbery occurred after oclock this morning for the recently employed marshal had gone by the store at that hour and found noth ing wrong Sheriff Saddler or Charles City is hero today investigating the robbery but has discovered no clews peatedly dociariujf that Coolidge nu would bo rcnominated next year by ciuion OC Mrs Catherine Gassier the republican national convention The Ohio senator said the president was displeased with his statements Because ho feared that tho country would gain the impression that he was talking for Mr Coolidgc From my conversation witli the president this Senator Fess asserted I must admit that I come away with the impression that tiic president will not consent o be Senator Fess said he told Mr Coo that ho did not intend to stop talkingabout his own impressions in tile matter Ho still helicvccl that thero n wide demand for Mr Coolidge thruout the country and that tho republican convention would into a deadlock and would nominate the president for another term It is then up to Jfr Cooliclge to turn clown the the Ohio senator sajd Entertain Iatimer TATUtKR Oct T C Johnson nnrt f C of enterlnlned the Missionary club at Uio homo of tlio latter on Wednesday afternoon Itrfrcshmnnt wero served nnd a large attendance present Detroit Plane Maker Unhurt in Takeoff Crash ROCHESTER X Oct Stinson president of the SlinsonDetroit Aircraft Corporation iad a narrow escape from injury at jfarlon near here today when his plane in taking rff on a wet field crashed imo a wall was not hurl WANTED News correspondent at Drjugherly who will e on alert for worthwhile newi at all times Address the Man aging Editor GlobeGazette if inter ested day by Judge William V Brothers chief justice of tlio Cook county crim inal courts Judgo Brothers waited until today for tho return from abroad of Judge Philip TJ Sullivan in whose court Mrs The stay was granted to permit perfection of an appeal to tho stale supreme court AlrK Cassler was convicted for bet part lu tho murder of William strom Patrick named as the actual slayer and Mrs UHItm Fraser n coconspirator wero given sentences of life Imprisonment upon their pleas of guilty Mrs Frazier pictured Mrs Cassler as originator of tho plan to lay Undstrom for nls money Xo woman has been hansrod for mttrfier In Illinois Iowa Qirl Succumbs in Office of Doctor in KANSAS Oct Miss lona Lyons 18 daughter of C F Lyons oC died in the office of rr S A Scimeca hero last night while undergoing an operation An autopsy has been ordered Sheriff Denies Rumor of Poisons Confession COUNCIL BLUFFS Oct P A Lainson today branded as untrue a report that M M Poison of Council Bluffs had confessed to the murder of Golclfe Williams 10 at CJrand Island in WID Wo arcconvinced that Poijon has no connection with the the sheriff said Relatives of the nuiidcrod failed to identify him and w5 have found upon investigation that Poison never in Grand Delegates Will Attend Church Meeting in Galesburg Tonight GALBSBUftG Oct Ncavly delegates wore expected in today for lie opening lonliilit of the nineteenth annual con vention nf tho Association oC Eng tli hurclicH of tho Augustana synod Church and Sunday schoof methods and tbe association of tbe church am tho laymen wero major listed for in a subjects threeday Will Rogers Says Ocl Breakfast at home in Movorlj Tuesday and dinner in New York last nipht Only one bad feature ivholn trip fretting lost in pistol smoke over Chicago Yours P S doing to Ncw York match up some dress material my wife CopyrlErht tu Tor On the sponlccis list were Dr Gus lavo Andreen preHidont of Augnstana Colloge Dr Peter Peterson and a number of pastors from Minne apolis Kansas City Fort Dodge la nnd lilinoiH cities CORRECTION Uuu to an inadvertent error on the part of this Associated Press it was staled in tho GIohcGaxctto yesterday that a paving for an milo stretch of J S highway C5 in Worth cotinty from south Kensett to would bo piivcil at tho low est cost ever paid In Iowa Tho Item should have read from south Kcntietl to tho nordo line instead of from south Kcnsctt to Xorllnvood WHAT WOULD YOU DO ABOUT MEXICO If you wero President oC the United StateB what would be your policy regardlngr IMexico Xo you really know enough about Mexico to understand the problems facing the president ami congress This very rich country our next door neighbor is a mystery to most of us Our theories about wlmt America should do are not always based on real knowledge of tho facts From tho In formation bureau this news paper a complete fnct story of Mexico its wealth history population and so on will bo sent to any render for a few postage stamps Mexico will remain on the front pages of our newspapers for many months to come Jarn tho basic facts so that you fan understand hnp pens there and what it means to our country Use the coupon toflny your copy Frederic J Ifaslctn Director Tho Mason Cily filohcGazctto Infonmifion Hurcau n I Inrcwllli SIX C in stumps or coin for whirl please send me ho booklet on MKXICO Name Sirrpt Cily Broadway Figure Will Lose No Time Getting Back to Old Haunts ATLANTA Oct W Sjiootf warden of Atlanta federal penitentiary said shortly after 1 oVoch this after noon that the parole papers for Karl Carroll had nut arrived on he second mail delivery at 1 p in ATLANTA Oct Parole papers for Karl Carroll did not arrlvo in the first delivery of the Atlanta federal penitentiary today and Jolhi Snook indi cated it prolKilily would br mid afternoon beforo tbo Broadway pro duccr would be released The closing act ot the impresarios prison drama found Carrol eager to appear on tho street that won him fame ns a producer musical revues a sentence In tbo federal prison for his widely reviewed bath tub par Carroll All in Readiness His signatureto papers anthcrizinR his release on parole was tho formal Oil Shortage in Navy Will Be Brot Out Witness Testifies Fall Per sonally Handled Teapot Dome Affairs WASHINGTON Oct B Fall startled those in he district of coliimhut supreme court today by making a plea and argument to Justice Siddoiis dnr iiiK his trial with Hurry F Sin cliiir ou a criminal conspiracy clmiRC growuiK out of tho lensinff of Teapot Dome He lotd tho court that it was fundamental and vital to the defense in his case Hint E C Finney assistant secretary of tho interior tie permitted to give his interpretation of tho oil leasing laws passed by congress The law makes it his duty ti interpret those Fall said his voice trembling with emotion If ho is wrong in that interpreta tion the United States supremo court will reverse him So long as he remains within his jurisdiction tits interpretation is lie law of tho WASHINGTON Oct traducing testimony designed to show tiiat Albert B Foils desire for secrecy as to his negotiations with Harry F Sinclair for the leaseof teapot dome went to the extent misleading other applicants for the naval oil reserve special government oil counsel con tinued their assaults today at the trla of tho two men on charges ot crimina conspiracy Recalling K C Finney assistan secretary of interior under Fan who testified yesterday Owen J Roberts of government counsel Introduced let ters written by interior officials to in fjuirera about tha lease As early ns Feb 23 C B Ap land of Minneapolis inquired whether the lease of teapot dome was In pros pect Finney replied that no lease Ijad been Bran tod and that no order had been issued for opening up tho rescrvo lo the Ho oxplained that he understood it was the secre tarys desire not to slve out Informa tion on tho subject Claimed Fall Wished Secrecy From what source did your under standing come Roberts pursued I was advised by the secretary him self tmt also by the contents of one or two letters I Fall followed the examination vary closely He appeared in better physi cal shape than heretofore and said he elt much better Mrs Fall also was back in tho court room Pursuinghis inquiry as to secrecy tho teapot dome lease Roberts nuked 1C thero were any In riuiries ot the interior department ns to tho poiialbilily of leasing tho re servo from which Fall is accused of having received or more ies there were a number of such Fiiinoy replied TakiiiK up tho cross examination P Hoover chief counsel for Sinclair hrot out that Falls dissatis uction with AV C Mendcnhall fjeo i to the secretary ii as advisor gesture necessary to cut short his confinement and reestablish Identity of prisoner before the prison gates swung npfn 10 admit him to liberty after having Kwvecl little more limn four months of his year and a day sen fence for perjury Carroll wnsall in readiness iTu would brook no delay for tho rip that talccs him hack to NMV York Ms frnuiiude lo the people of IGrcrnvillc 3 where he lay in a foii month nfirr sudden III Iness had interrupted his journey to Atlanta and prison coulil not K lack on his prosrain of a speedy return A proposed stopover there was can celled and regrets wero sent to those who had planned a dinner in his honor Gives Up Prison Snil AH of his pejrional effects were packed yesterday in Hale hut on tlio prison honor farm where ho had acted as librarian Because was well supplied with smartly tailored clothinrr the regulation civilian suit jfivfn to Inmates when cast off prison garb Wis not offered him Out jf hrro and bntk to llroadway lliosj wire tho thots that have over whelmod Carroll sinco he luard that Ills parole had been approved during the wall preceding actual receipt of his piipnrs from Washington at the office of Warden John W Snook naval reserve was due to th fact that Mcndenhall favored a com promise policy Fall Assumed Control Hoover developed after he sec ond decision asainst tho 1ioncer com pany Finney agreed to a rehearing setting tho date for Sept 21 1021 no fora that date however Fall tools the matter off Finneys hands saying lu would hold any hearing himself That was tile stntus of thatclaim TURN TO PAGK Ui Local Weather Three Women in Ranks of Pickets Walkout Is Declared Illegal TVALSENBERG Oct W Vf strllce pickets Trtthi three women in their ranks visited ill coal mines in this vicinity today 11 defiance of state authorities oicecl fivo additional mines to iend operations Tlireo alleged pickets wore iy county officers but at most of nines tha strike reprcsntatives unmolested despito the edict of tate Industrial commission and Shetti ff Marry Capps that ploketlngr was Iji legal and would not bo permitted A revolver was drawn on a srouft of ptckfo who wont to the Lester ana House mines of tho Colorado Fuel Iron John Morgan caojl tain oC the minn guards but his ng to tho company was ignored by tho three womon picM ots nnd the men who accompanies them in four automobiles Morgan did not flro and tha pTckotS went directly to tho tipplo ot mines wore tho miners were preparing to start tho days work After with the Pickets all of tho miners and company men decided not to work and left tho properly Officials oC tho company said thejl attempted to appeal to SherifE Capps for aid but could not reach him The Turner and new Turner 16 miles north oC here also were viE Ited by pickets and as a result Tjoth mines were Idle Other to the Alamomino whsre tho inlnors did not BO to work today Hammill Wants Executives to Petition Commission for Recommendation DES SIOrXES Oct Gov ernors of all the corn belt stales will asked y GovernorHammill to pe tition tha federal tariff commission Cor recommendation that President Coo idgo raise tho tariff on corn importa lion ifl per cent Several ago the governor sent i message to tho president urging an ncroaso to 22i a bushel Ho suggested that tho president could do lliiH under flexible tariff pro without action by congress The corn in growing states should bo united on tariff protection for corn the executive said If this waa the case lio said western farmers could morn iiucocsfully compote with Argentine Importers who arc now alilo to ship largo riuantltius Into this country for nominal freight charges since niinIi of tlio iiroilucis come in as ship Discovery of Checks on Railway Tracks Gives Rise to Robbery Theory K10WAXBE Oct Discuvoiy ot olvioks and drafts total ng about along tlio Burlington railroad track four miles cant ot Kcwnnnc by Charles Mllncs section foreman is tho poslllo indication i mail robbery along tho Burlington Tbe choc IK vvoro turned over o Postmaster C Rtissell who for them to tho postal department Iliicago rnilrond dctcitivcn are work ng on I he all lio no roblxry GlobeGazette weather figures for a 1 hour period ending at 7 a in today Maximum 72 Minimum 38 At T a m If Lowell or whoever it was that penned What Is so rare ns a day in were living today md In Jowa he most surely woultl have a P i o c o for liis praises nf June cTEd anybody ever soc a ipproacli lo ijcricrliuii in than with its maximum ctfyi and miiii nuim j hiKlicr Iban tho liccx nx lovol1 Thr port have to his mrtrr a ML and find a few extra rhyming words hut lie could his KuhJwL will imrcptrvud vifjor POOR PA Hy Claude Italian My I no UKi1 Torn used lo In i pldin Jciiifui1 hiil lie married nil IIMS t lot nl sportin tciods to ndorn liij   

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