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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Probably fair tonight ana Saturday slightly warmer tonight ami in southeast portion Saturday cooler Saturday in northwest portion AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for Hie Home VOL XXXV FrVE CENTS PER COPTf ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCT IOMTED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NOJLjl s jVline Owners May Ask for Troopers as County Police Fail Oct arrests of pick ets sent out by the 3 W wirc iiiado in Ibis district today as the Colorado coal miners strike en tered its fifth day 50 and 00 pickets in cluding women were taken into cusfody and biol tn iie dis trict court ruoni here where they were iicld under guard Before the arrests the pickets Siic in causing a auspLnsion of erations at the Cameron mine the Colorado Fuel and Iron company Al the ideal Mine of thu C heavily armed miiio guards stopped the advance oC the pickets and belli tliem until deputy sheriffs arrived The round up of the pickets fol lowed tbe adoption ot a resolution uy tlio county cominissioipis pledging unlimited support to HheriLi Capps and authorizing him to employ as many special deputies nccdorS lo prevent picketing protcit property and Mines Still Idle kets were sent only to tho Cam anci Ideal Mines bytlio 1 W The pickets received written in Suctions as to where they were l they lett headquartersJiou Will Rogers CLEVELAND Oct be in Beverly com ftnd beans Xo special planes just regular mail planes The fare Is 5400 each way and you save two days each way so it your time is worth anythingtravel by air It not you just as well walk Yours WILL CmiyriKlK PAYS WITH LIFE suspended J rdayremained idle today of pickets No immediate announcement was Carroll Puts Past Behind Broadway Producer Leaves Prison and Hurries Northward ATLANTA Oi5l Karl Carroll turned to the lights of today to erase the shadows of a prison sentence At liberty on parole from the feder al penitentiary after having served a third of and a day term for perjury he soes bark to Xew York to resume his work with the ex pressed intention of staging a come back if tho world will meet me just utlf Will his wife his brother lames us sister Mrs Alice Schneider and I V nooney bis casting director the theatrical producer had reserved com partments on a southern railway Irain which arrives in York shortly after noon tomorrow To a iTappy his Nye Says He Isnt Ready to Abandon Equaliza tion Fee Plan WAStllXGTOX Oct position flared up today within the lianks of the newly organized group ot western republican senators to the propcpil to eliminate the controversi al equalization fee movislon of the vetoed McNaryHaugen farm bill in a substitute under consideration Senator Isyo ot Xurth Dakota one of the five members of the western liioc served notiee that ho was not ready to abandon tbe fee In an effort to set a substitute farm acceptable to all of the group While Senator Borah of Idahu also a member of the group has been an opponent oC tho equalization fee it LU by I W W leaders what action would be taken result of the arrests Those in custody included one wo man with a small baby in her and also a 14 year nld Birl The pris oners lustily sane an I W W sang Claim Victory Oct fifth day of the Colorado coal strike called by Industrial Workers of the friends Carroll stepped gingerly it across the threshold ot freedom last night suffering from e described as a fear complex in having to meet remained howeve people again It for the lights of automobiles on his way from tho penitentiary to adowntowh hotel to ftirmsh his first reaction to liberty They flashed in my face nnd start snld It made me feol had been hoped by the western sena tors that they might find a substitute which would be acceptable to him but Senator Xye insisted today that such a provision had not been found Senator Brcokhart of Iowa another member of the proup heis been work Ing on a plan which would substitute direct appropriations by the govern ment as a means of raising funds td handle surplus crops In place of the equalization fee Senator Xyo docs not favor this In its present form A meeting which had been called for today in an effort to work out the of the bloc on the farm ro lief wrM1 Mon of the Inability of some members lo attend The stand taken by Senator Xye which he indicated was shared by some other members of the group In be re Green Says 300 Million Tax Cut Could Be Ordered COUXCffj in federal taxes to tho ui tent of is entirely feasible Representative William R Cirecn chairman ot th ways and means com mittee of the national house of repre sentatives declared here just prior tv leaving for Washington yesterday Mr Green sakl lie disagreed as to the amount with Representative Guiii j er ranking democratic member ot the comittec who asserts that tlio reduc tion should be nearer Explaininghis position on the fissure Representative Green said the treasury deaprtment iias forecast a treasury surplus of only and that there is little pos sibility of receiving anywhere near as much revenue from sources outside of receipts These outside sources he back taxes repayment of loans mqtje during the wa and repayment ot fay Attempt Made to Bring Testimony Given to Seriate Body WASHINGTON Oct attempt by tho government to intro duco pnrta of tho testimony Harry F Sinclair gave the senate oil invcsli gatingcommittee brot the Teapo Dome oil conspiracy trial to nn abrupt halt so far as the jury was concerned After a morning session devoted to testimony as to whether the Wyoming Average Man Gets Glimpse of City Life 7ame Pursues lowan Named as Representative American Oct Gray of Fort Madison average como to Chicago for a couplo oC days to glvo tho big town tho once over meet some oC the boys take a peep maybe at the night life and find out If Chicago hasnt n few average citizens of her own Gray who owns a oneman clothing I railroad I period oans T In addition to these curtailments in receipts HepVesentaiive Green said the treasury surplus was not as this year as lust hange Uado Million above this morning at Marion county after having bee vieteil oC the murder ot a fellow mem ber the Birgcr sung He went to his death maintaining that ho shot in self nangei I Revolution and Threatened to Obtain 1 National Freedom naval oil reserve was in danger oC drainage before Albert B Fall as sec rotary of the interior leased It to Siu clair tho offering of tho Sinclair testi inony brot on an argument over its admissibility which attorneys said would last all day and Justice Slildons excused the jury until Monday morn ing I Disputes Interrupt Trial Tho progress of the case was In toriopted continually today by dis Iputcs between attorneys over th propriety oC evidence particular that given by K C Heald a geologist who was represented as having told Fall there was no imminent danger ot 1 store in Fort Madison was picket average man in an in enious survey of the country pub isheO in the American Magazine owa was found to approximate most learly state and Fort Madison the average city Tlio folks in Fort Madison them selves picked Gray as being most rep ot them all and therefore is being tho average Guest of Newspaper The Chicago Herald and Kxnniinei is host to Gray here A reporter for Next Year Is Time Set for Prince to Take Over Rule iKlS Oct French radical newspaper today saya that delegates ot tho national peasant party of Huniania havo negotiated with former Crown Princo Carol for hia return to Rumania and ills sumption of tho throne Tho possibility Carols roturni however is not regarded seriously in competent fiuartcrs hero ay tho latest reliable advices from Bucharest nay that by general consent tho Carollfit movement is uonexlstent iti Rumania Tho leaders oC tho peasant party iro aaid to franUly admit that they Tro said frankly to admit that they princes return as such activity is iin necessarysincc what they terra the maladministration of Premier Bra tiano will eventually bring1 about Car ols return IJavo One Cnittlitinn Therefore the peasant leaders ars dicates that some time rmired in working out tho farm proli lem The North Dakota senator that ho would not bft opposed to listening o a substitute for the ccinal led ho Hip Van Winkle must have felt when ho Carrolls feelings over his imprison ment whirli grew out ot his cele1 ciunui party tn New York World found the strikers claiming viej expressed formally in a statement typewritten nn prison sta tionery that he banded newspaper men upon bis release Assurances izallontec but he would have to be convinced of its adaptability before abandoning this point in the vetoed McXaryHaugen bill N gth with tory in the first test oC strcn the state Confronted by hundreds of pickets i1 authorities in southern Colorado yes i were unable to muster onough I special officers to prevent Invasion of mining camps by As a re sult more mines suspended and opera I tors turned to the state to reenforce special police The Colorado Fuel Iron company 1 one ot tho largest mining concerns Ir in the state announced it would ask for i stala police unless county authorities P were able to stop picketing William Young of tho suite Industrial com mission admitted the oonimipslon lacked power to obtain further action nnd said he believed the state police should take control Several women pickets appeared in the Walsenburg area to assist the men In defying the state order to arrest all strikers appearing on mineproperty Mix strikers were arrested on charges of picketing in violation oC tho state labor statute This brot the total ar rests to 26 Altlio f W W leaders waned au thorities that their men would start lie assured those who felt he AiDUlit be punished by his misguided gesture of that he had suffered have undergone an irreparable I IOFS of his statement said a realization of unworthlnesst such as each and nvery man feels I when tho duor of a prison clangs hind him My constant companion bus asfrent shadow of humiliation a heavy of moral degradation special oil what Information the time The l said but to show was before Fall al defense attacked that newspaper went to Fort Madison yesterday and found Gray Belling an averago topcoat to an average fellow townsman M Suppose you como to Chicago said tho reporter and meet tho peo plo thcro and give them a chnnco to KCO what most of them really look from the other fellows point ol view Mayor Thompson is anxloun to greet you The folks want to hear your they must regard as an echo their tho i llealds report and developed that ho SOFIA Bulgaria Oct wpnt to Teapot Domo to check up an Tho fovo watched each sett sun Goes to Death ing He Killed in Self Defense MAKIOX Oct 1lado llillich a Montenegrin and former meinbeiof a band of southern Illinois gangsters beaded by Charles Hlrger indications Favorable That the Dawn Will Start for Copenhagen Today OKCHAim Maim1 M brink crosHwiml from the west hold thniout Iho low tide period Uiis atlcrnotm nnd funed postponement until toinor iinv of die start of die Sikorsky Ulnni the Dawn for Kuropciin shores OLD OlicilAKU Out outlook was brighter today than any lime since last Monday for flight by Mrs Frances Dawn the big Amphi bian monoplane in which she hopes td span the north Atlanticto Copen rccently by Jugoslavias against tlio activities of eomltadjin or irregulars has again flared into prominence by a defiance uttered by spokesman of tho Macedonian parliamentary group hero that revolution and violence will bo iiscd if iiecpssniy to obtain Mace donian liberty Neither the present Klate of siege along tho border nor seditions executions and tyrannies t by tbs Jugoslav Bovernmcnt will de teiMacedonians from their present I battlo to obtain Deputy MitrochofE rlcfiantly shouted In the Bulgarian snbranjc last night insist upon thr restoration of the privileges wliioh weenjoy under the own nntionality Inn ttuiiKe schools churches and freedom of tUorn The average wan had to talk It over with his average and oe children to decide If they could set noVCr ivin 11 tliru the bars ot my windows withoutpaid with hisjife on the ins written there in those Iron shadows the loss of my most priceless American Xo Plans Announced He was soinp hack however Hie evrn firmer belief that what be did was the only 111 ins T could do and that there aro times when a ninna honor is precious than lib for the murder allows here of Ward today Casey a felloir gnnpster at Shady Blrgers cablu near here Oct 2ii J02ii she and two off to a sue iirst oC the week TP OW I eilUVYS Closes Today at Keokuk an hour Attempts to excludethe report fniled however on insistence oC Rob erta that it was not offered as evl denco ot facts concerning drainage Geologists nn Slnnd Geoigo Otis Smith director of the Keolojjical survey testified that in the latter part of October 1021 six months beforetho lease was executed liy tho former secretary of tho in terior ho split a competent geologist lo Teapot Dome who reported that thesituation ns to possible drainage had been nnnhangcd since tho date of tho executive order establishing the Wyoming navnl oil reserve At the outssct of the criminal con spiracy trial today the defense placed before tile jury correspondence between and the late Senator M Voile tic of Wisconsin cionoprinngthe naval rcsorvcs j Kails letter was dated April 1 in three days after the leasewas signed and it gave tho first informa V KEOKlTlv Oit 21 tion that Teapot from government spoke oC what he Dome had passed possession lie tltot was the rtan Mlllich who Iho lihpiu preniftpennlty and liberty more precious II AH for future plans limn to pack sixsuns as soon there was bloodshed among Strikers all pickets were scarfheel before Iielnsr as signed to duty I W W spokesmen at various camps reiterated state menls that the strike would be peace ful as Ions an pickets were not at tacked heliaa made nonc but iio admitted tho pos slbilHy that his recent experiences will be reflected in some of his future work experiences make an impres sion OP n and some of mine may work into my productions a a he explained sai for the first member to pay the sn a series of mur ders and other crimes laid to Birgera door went to his death stoutly main taining he killnd IOIIOR in self defense nnd that he was frnnied by olhfr llrsr lie was fjxrcutnd at a m AUNT HET By Robert Quilleu u a inin prcficlc n ii Davenport Drill Team Reaches Home to Receive Citys Tumultuous Welcome T5AVENPORT Oct teen members of the Davenport Am crlcaJn Lesion auxiliary drill coip home from France last night a tumultoiis welcome that gave them the biggest kick of their entire trip Tin hats slightly askew and mil laiy dignity thrown to the winds the SirIs of liie Rock Islands Iraiii from ChiraKO nnd foil into Ihr arms ot jfilntivcs and friends whr had inch if at ih tluv were fit a at the Hotel wlnrn Maym i floddowis KXtiiidcd srcelliiss en b j hall df the city j Federal Case Against Shenandoah Bankers May Be Ended Today CRESTOX Oct pletion of tbe governments rase against ThomasH Read aged iandoab banker and his sons I A and rfcnry Kead charged with making false entries in a report to the comptroller of the treasury on condition of tho closed hank ot Shenandpah was in Lu Closing of the case nvu regarded as a possibility Photosuuif copies of tlie false reports were allowed as evident upon bet wrrn rtefcno Kovrrnnifiiit yesterday after protracted argumrnts The plane iti which companions almost takeoff the was nearly ready fur a now venture All it lacked was a final 100 gallons OL gasoline and thcro was ample time finloading that Indications wcre foi a tidn for takeoff from the beach between 1 and 1 pm Shows Siffii if Cleariili The local weather which has been thru the week showed slgnn of clearing us the heavy rainstorm which has held England ill its grip passed rapidly out to sea Ttuaviators thought tho of v radio poll of ships at sea probably would determine whether departure today was feasible the Dawn was in per fect shape The last cause for ap nohcnsiou the heretofore slow opera ton of the landing fcear retraction ipparatus was cleared up under per sonal supervision of Igor Sikorsky designer and builder ol the plane Mrs Grayson pilot Wilmer Stultz and nuvigntor Biico Goldsborotiph de clared themselves entirely satisfied with the result n1220 Forced Ruck Portugal Oct Heinkel hydroairplane D liJn took off lor the Azores this morning but returned here soon afLorward with a leak in Its oil tank The plane which is rnroutoto the Unicod Struts bad gone but a distance when forced to turn bnclt of draiuatxe and added that it is btit simp Iowa grand lodge of the independent bo to sell oil btit slinplj order of Odd Fellows wilt close Us antf above tlic ground if it nttal session hnre today after piesrrvcd under Ibc ino officers F M Stewart o lorti Grove will become grand muster Tho ncxo grand lodge will convene in Fort Dodge which was selected over Mus catinc Shenandoah and Waterloo PEACE PRIZE Witnesses Said Ballots Were Thrown Away to Pre vent Recount PITTSBurtnir Oct men and a women were convicted lrj a criminal court jury today of various ballot Irregularities In the springpri mary of 102li Commonwealth wit nessVs among other things tesllClvf tho ballots cast in tho district were brown into a sewer to prevent a pos slble recount Charles Golden n Pittsburgh fl captain nnd republican cihairman tho ward involved and Willian Roister a member of the rlectioi board wero found guilty of ronspii acy making a false count and fuls return and failure lo deliver ballu boxes and other election records Mrs Anna Conklln n clerk of th election board was convicted of mal ing a false return but was recon nended to the morey of thecourt THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS A BOOKLET ABOUT MEXICO All eyes in the United States are turned toward Mexico the rich halfdeveloped republic to the south of us What do you know about this new world treasure chest which linn been the great Xorth Ameri can puzzle lor stnerntlons Rich in mineral resources with untold agricultural possibilities Mexico struggles against the forces ot progress and development from the nor til and presents an eternal Mexican problem Here our Washington Informa tion bureau offers a thoro illus tratad account of Mexico its geog raphy climate history form of government resources and prob lems This booklet will help every American to understand tbe re curring difficulties in our relations with our neighbor republic Timely for schools study groups and well informed newspaper readers Taliis Nrw Insurance lob 01 whit lenlwimii accepted a general iisniry in Columbus oxiwts In iu n few dnysi Tlio family will follow a little later Defunct Wells Bank to TV Another UlV Dr Levermore Drops Dead During Address Before Womens Club Dot Dr Charles Herbert Levermore 71 winner of the Bok peace prize dropped dead yesterday while address ing a womens organization on plans to promote world peace Physicians Poirto Rican Governor Will Talk at Iowa Git cimtcnt to let tilings work themselves out LOeuvro in an article rlgnotl Tjy Henry Barbc foreign editor oC ilia paper that tho peasant party delegates laid down cno that Carol break with thra tltlrm haired Mtigda with whom eloped nearly two years ago descrt ug his wife Helen CnroT icccptcrt this condition it is stated Barbo says that Carol will enter bis kingdom at tiio beginning of next year and that tho congress of tho na tional peasant party ho held at Al baiulia Rumania Oct 27 will Iseufl a pronouncement In fnvoc of Carols Barbs added that Proriler Bratiano and his brothcr are FO alarmed at tho prospect ot Carols re turn that they doing all In their ower to prevent the congress from eolinpr They offered tlic peasant irly ud participation In ivermniMit witli the liberal parly eadcd by the BrilhiKOH Lionel uio ngiord jo tako Iho porlfolin of reign on two rondiliDiv liwt no inoro lallc of Carnl recoiid o illtrrteronio with tho piwinl biws ml the national hank This offr arbo says reinsod Tiarhc also rtliitcs Qurnn Mario ishos tn romo to Paris t sno Carol lit Ircniinr roaring Hint ho might biin lunlly If you continue nvi vith your family business I will pro lalm a Claim Sriinrnlimi Other and surmises m1 con ainid In tho papers ot rnur lal says Hint Carol has broken with line The reason given by that paper is Unit memoIrK now In the American papers Carol intense annnynnrc Mmc formally drnlctl sho tho author of the memoirs but Carol lircfeirml to separate from her and did so Irtst Tuesday Tournal nriys On the other hand Iho Paris edi tion oC the New York llcrMd anys prominont mcitilicr he colony In Paris declared ho saw thi former crown prlncn and Mine pcscu togclbeiWednesday JOWA CITY Oct governor of Torto Ricu speak at a round taliln ronfcinnce at tho University of Iowa Oct M He has been chlot exofutive the island possession since Tlii unlversily conferred tbe honorary degree of ution him in 10011 Ilicd Chiflien Dinnpr Honcfll Oct noun Mrs Ed fiolst and Albert doodling servffl a fried din nrr for ho belief if C the R The rilmioi was delicious was Attrmis Lutheran Conference GARNER Oct Tho Ttev If Tt of St Pauls Lutheran churcli tidllcr of liicciiriciny has authorized payment fif a fourth dividend lo le posilors of ho Wells National bank will be per irnl which will make n tnlal of tcnl aitr i i N r will IIP rerxiy in a short time j unable lo find a Jury Says Clinton Woman Was Poisoned Ocl open verdict was returned by the coroners jury at tlio inriurst in thecane of Klorrivi Jliif Lainpc I altho the jury dciiilcd sic nimf lo her ilfath by i iiilHihinif was round in lier Hlonuicli and in I lio rfmnanls of n M1 pic sar had was cmlhiurd by aiilhiritics AVliiln still working on rhc sniridithrory offiinis have Frederic 1 HnsUin Director Tho Mason City iSlnlicGazttle Information Huroan C J enclose herewith SIX CKNTS in stamps or coin for which ploaKo send me HIP booklet m MKXtCO Name west district conference eran church said death was caused by heart fail ure Dr and Mrs Levermore had beon visiting in California since last spring and had established a temporary homer here Dr Lcvenviore was born in Mana field in 3S5G was graduated j from Yale university in 1S79 and irii 1SSG received a PH I from JohnJ Hopkins university In later years he was a professor at Massachusetts Jnj stituto of technology and at the versity of California Ho was presi dent of Adelpbi Brooklyn X from ISKC to In IJIJ Dr Levermore began as Isociating himself directly with work he continued at Adelph i college ns profesKnr of history until Hi 14 wrote nunieroua works on i international relations of tho York poane sorinty and of ihe world court Ifaguf Icagiih of nations union Is at Kock Rapids attending tlio north ot the Luth liiicli 1Viiin MiSMiniri Oct Miand M Ilny Draper nnd fmin 1 visit with Mr Orip parents who live In Missouri Local Weather rtrill Ttesiilenl HI TiTUTT Oct Ilann Is crit ically ill nt his homo Ho bus been to his bed the patt six weeks Fuffaring from POOR PA Bv Claude fJalian GlobeGazette weather figures for Jl hour period ending at 7 a m triday Maximum Vi Minimum i At 7 a in Mi The person who withstands t h Inro a distant foutball fjainn Siltj nrday has illdcilj p v id I f i I In iUIllfl Ifs rai nrol thrro KII ont ilny in iiist niiiLdiys   

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