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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair tonight and Friday cooler Friday and in extreme north west portion tonight NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for tie Home DAILY TIMES AND MASON CITY MASON CITY TOWA PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT XXXV FIVK CENTS PER COPY HOLLYWOOD HOSPITALS HOUSE THESE STARS Episcopal Pastors Repl to Query Seeking Result Volstead Law w TORK Oct en prohibition taken amon vmen the Protestant Bpiscop churchin the United States reveii I 03i of them favoring modiCicatio oc the Volstead act and again modification according to the Rev poll Charles ciiauinuu UL publicity committee oC this national t Episcopal church temperance society rt Dr Livingston said the poll showed 1 that clergymen do not believe that prohibition offers tho best solu tion for the problem ot intemperance HE against 624 who do The minister as individuals de clared prohibition had had sufficient trial and even stive a scant majority tu the question of repeal of thfe 18th Friends Agree to Help Stehn1 Customers of Merchant at Carpenter Drop in to Kid Him a Bit CARPENTER Oct nothing in the municipal history of this little town has so thoroly aroused the interest ot the residents as the news of tiie receipt by Alfred Stehn bachelor merchant of a check for CDC drawn on a North Dakota bank OflO drawn on a Charles Livingston chairman of the y to f tha national befriendedby Mr Stehn about a fortnight ago Up to this point only about two hings concerning the case are known for certain First a letter signed Mason and accompanied by the check really did reach the mer chant The envelope addressed to the local hank bore a North Dakota post mark Second Sir Stchn is mar ec willing to accept the it it is thrust hinil A UiiiiiifUMl Silence About the only person in carpenter amendment y Unlf ot Voters Cast Ballot Theyvoiced their readiness to co with the society in seeking 1 Zre practical legislation in the iuLh s reluctant to talk about Hie W tercst of true intempetance Hair is Alfred himself lies just s the rectors and curates who ting waiting for a repot tf cm were sent questionnaires voled in the thc North Dakota bank It tl ll survey The 1rotestant Kniscopal church is officially in favor ot law said Dr Livingston in making public the results ot the survey but ouv survey shows that thc clergy as indi nof in favor ot the vot stead law the interests of morality they believe prohibition might lo RI been taken way and distilled put in Its place Lll said of course that hes unaffected v ihe incident Hes visibly nervous ind his business probably is not re ceiving the same it usually gets How could it be otherwise cus tomers nelRhbors and fellowbusiness men of thc city crowding to learn the latest news or participate in thc friendly kidding to which he has ocn subjected Liberty Bond Payments Are Trial Center Heroic Adtkm of Ship Magruder Wants Inter view With President to Get Reinstated Oct letter ot Hear Admiral MaKruder to President Coolidge asking for an In terview and a revocation of tho order which relieved him from tho PhUaucI Navy yard command was Counsel Attempts to Trace Dispatch of Securities From Oil Man W Oct rect testimony that In bonds were deposited in the safety deposit uox of Albert B Fall after tho lease oC Teapot Dome lo Hurry F Sinclair was introduced by tho government to day in tho trial of tho two men lor criminal conspiracy Tho testimony was given by 6 J Tule assistant cashier ot rt a or od at the white house todiiy by crctary Wilbur rherowas no comment forthcoming om tho naval secretary regarding s conference with Mr Coolidgo altho spent upwards oC ft halt an hour th the president Meets Cat On Nov 5 It lias been arranBed Mr id for near Admiral Magrnder to National bank ot Pueblo who M T Evorhart soninlavfvpC Falll nd a director of tho bank placed tho omls with him on May 19 1922 after trip to tho east Tliis lino of evidence which was be un soon after tho government had nffered a temporary setback in ita ttcmpt to get Sinclairs sworn testl outer wit him in Washington on liiii uv r Whether the president wil rant or decline tho admirals rertues interview before that time wa secretary Wilburs only statcmon ecr connccLIon with tho letter was t ay that he believed it to be tho frrs imo that an officer ot such lug as Maeruucrs had gone over the lead oC tho navy secretary in an ap llClnlU LU nonybefore a senateinvestigating ommillee admitted as evidence was lesined to show that Fall made Hugo iroftta out ot tho leasing of Teapot Dome Jn retiifinB this sworn testimony however tho court held voluntary testimony by Sinclair could bo offered Senate Testimony Out Oct Part of the testimony oC Harry Jr north of here Adolph Menjou Hollywood hospital lists in recent weeks disgust with tho law was tievrr in evidence as it is now and is not confined to any particular section of the country but it is na N Asked rive Questions A tabulation of the vote in thesur vey follows is prohibition n success in your lo cality Have we had this law long enough fair trial Yes No i1 HegardleEs of ones attitude toward the use of liquor do yon believe a pro hibition law offers the best solution of the problem of intemperance Tea 62l Xo Should the Volstead law he modi fied Yes No 5K pealed YcsS23 No chimed in one ot his steady customers Thc Treats on Alfred othcr younp woman moved over to the jar of English walnuts and helped herself assuming thnt AUlfd could have no objection to such a lit tle contribution in the face of his sud den prosperity V young man entered to remind the town butcher that he had left Patsy Ruth MiMci Moore lias hjwlV In fafflnp iiiiis mill Hlancli minor operation inlli Miller has ivStli ns IiKVfc tflrsHsrolnwrf n faimil with itao a relapse following a to tho president Ho said hn saw j no letter of appeal nt totter I Ar jt werent AVASHINGTC Secretary objection in o public his whi thosT uld LI L t ncliiir before tun senate oil commit ep was excluded from tho Teapot Dome criminal conspiracy trial today y Justice Slddons in tho district ot Columbia supremo court While excluding tho specific offer oE the testimony Dec 4 W23 flid admit the statement committee taWishment unattended and was clamoring for service Occasionally some new arrival r the store would reveal a lilt of confi dence in Mr Stehns hope for results from tho checkhut for the most part his friends were not In dead earnest NoHopeSeen by Brookhart for Farm Aid Iowa Senator Says Present Administration Cannot Bring Relief of his removal from of the fourth naval Most of State Is Due for Cooler Period by Tomor row Bureau Reports D10S MOINKS Oct Colesburg Farmer Is Killed While Plowing COL1WBURG Oct 27 All A George 41 localfanner WHS I 4 killed yesterday when run over Vy a tractor while ploivlne lie appirenllr O was filling UK oil tank when Tj clutch was released and lift T caught under tlic wheels HIS choM TH was crushed and n leg and an broken The body wns not found until In 101 son Dclbcrl came home from schom Dr4 in the pL oif Brcxthef of Swaledale Man Wins Award SWALEDALT3 Oct 1 brother or William Leonard of Swaledale won flnrt given by the Na tional Farm Kews for the best sug gestions as to Shall Be Done to Help Agriculture Every state in the union represented m the con test then persons who oun iomfi of the local kiddeis were ns gool on the wire as iti person Hopes li Thru it nil stood ns one who is Paying icvvontlj for i last hiush The baclwouncl of the story is tins Ahnnt two weeks aKil n stranger uiisliiueii and in inggcl Srb rame t degrees was declared Islands tor the reimiining five mem ot tho senates newJrtoc west from many points in thf leni nonorganization itp vcstordav with Moincs rifrl Terming a struggle for nnytjuilr the a I i solution ot the fan r tv eporUdM and at Omaha the a waste ot time Droolchnr M rUhed I in statement ycstorday declared a At Davenport S2 doRreos was of tho question wasi a Election of Officers and Selection of Convention City Remain SI01KRS Oct cction oC asite for Hie next year1 invention and election and instala ion ot officers were before the chapter order oC the luiatcri Iho final sessions of i lio an uuil state convention here toilir CVdu liapidB was Kaid hy officers t have Ihe inside track In the ciioice o the convention city Heportn to the session yrstprdtiy there arc I to hnvo broken tho ailtime Pcto 1ecuiid while at SiouxCity tho tenth day of protracted unseasonable warmth saw the mercury at S2 TJU town In the afternoon he a free lunch from a cafe here ami av liltl tcr tint he struck up an acquaintance Keokiik also reported with Mr Stehn which resulted in an invitation to a NonveKian Lnrties Aid society supper that evcnins at the Wahir home The next development in lie case amc Monday forciioon when the let ter from decoy hill resting with body should take lip n on the pica that no better one can b had Meanwhile Senator Borah of Idaho leader in the western group con UL following written and spoken criticism of navy methods a congressional in duiry loomed ns well today with an ouncement from Kenatoi JfcKellar cmocrat Tennessee that he planned o introduce a resolution calling foi ucli action Correspondence between the depart nent and Admiral JIagruder since niblication of his magazlno article vhich aroused the present contro was made public yesterday Evaded Sccrelurys questions It was said that Magrnder ha oviidocl or answered unsatisfactorily group of questions put to him in n effort to elicit information to supper the charges lie made decrees n leader in the western Cooler temperatures are predicted with Oovernor beginning trtday in thc northwest 0C Nebraska replying to a ind north central portions of tho state posed by the Nebras Tomorrow unsettled wenther is that ho found it possible to sup losure Xortli Dnkota nnd its en eceived by the hank and r AUNT HET By Robert Quillon ditint know Pa hat bircd a new girl uler he cbmc homo Thursday an said he wns goin1 to take i bath LlOSUl G turned over to Mr Stehn The no e was written witha pencil and hard to decipher accordingto Mr Stehn and he banker Neither the letter nor the envelope was preserved Until the genuineness of the check in saU1 determined Mr Stehn is declining lo make known the name of the bank They AH Know Him Mr Stehn is the son o Mrs Peter Stehn who lives with two other achelorsons on a place four miles west of Carpenter He has opera ed he general store the stock of which angcs from kerosene to kimonas foi ibotit ten years Ot course everybody cnows him and most of them are suf acquainted to understand that he wouldnt object tn a hUle iolie Eagle Grove Woman Dies in Des Moines at Convention om east All of the state is due for cooler temperatures and possibly showers Hhould the moisture and sn materialise it will end a period of wliieh has cxlondcd t oC that stale for wr the KsiHlcrn Star four new chapters were formed last year Trades Clarion HuildinR CLAKION Oct brickus nessblock known fis the Garth Shiplee buildins has been traded nj the present owner H BDecker o Popejoy lo another resident ot tha town IosscHsion to he Riven Nov 1 F S Thornier and St Ulan have a leas lie cniiiKes Secretary made It clear tha Alviriirtcrs removal was not actuate jjv the Itself bi rather by suhseciuent assertions i apcwhCH and in official corrcspon once The clianpe he said was a ministnitive and not punitive an no disciplinary action hnd hecu t r will bo taken n result oC 11 itself shiny weather lthc nomination and at the 1 snlno time oppose the canalization fee ho jrcXaryKaugen bill which Xor tavors tlUIIJi i IlS UtVOlM over a period of nearly two vteoks and lQO concluded from Is nuite unusual at this season o f year weather bureau officials L i jn sti m LUV Is nuite unusual at this season of tho lous mcssaeis OC McMullen that Utter was for Xorrls ns Ions as he has a chance but had shitted his sup port to former Governor Lowden on the theory that there was no prob ability of being nominated who occupy Iho IniildinK which has years to run Genius is tho name politols given after death to the man who has worked hard enough to attain his Courier ere she went to ion of the Order Knst GROVK Oft MiR T the wife of a well known druggist here died in Dcs Moines this morning where she went to the conventi ern Star Afrs death occurred m following stroke cxpcrloncDd nt 2 oclock this morning one son Donald is a ing instructor in tho hiel school in Angeles Another son Lee died in Sioux City about two years ago Will Rogers TIOJJVWOOD Oct The navy called In Admiral He said tlic navy was spending too much money There in only OIIP unpardonable thing yon can say either in navy army or politics and that is to propose to nut clown expenses Yon ciin accuso them of even hut lo spending loss money well he just lost his compass in mid On tiie Riviera in France they found a group of people wearing no clothes nnd not particularly car inT who the members were ninr iipd tn nnd it i cult Over bore we rail it society and laclc oC dress is standard equip ment McNARYSTANDSPAT RT TAUfj Oct iHcnatoiCharles L McNary ot Ore gon will stand pat on the principles of the vetoed McNaryHaugen bill In tiie next congressional flpht for farm rflict lesislation hen to day when ho stopped en route to Washington i Senator McXary hnd yilanned to spend the entire lay hero in confer lenen with northUcst farm leaders hut developments in othe nVnUers in which he is interested in 1 him to abando the Senator ItcXnry ssilil ha not yet been shown a better plan Urn Hint embodied in the vetoed mtnsur and until ho is convinced there la better Ilan he suw no reason fo tho principles of th vetoed measure Kvilf Hoy Oct I he old mil of Mr and Mrs AUHn Tiiom sun severely hurt when IIP fell Ihn foot at scltnol and cut In the brick of the head ECIPESFOR ANNED FOODS Here is an excellent recipe booh It tells how to fix over 200 dif eront one out of a in from the grocer These recipes include a wide arlety of soup salads vegetable ishes entrees sauces sandwiches nd desserts They are authoritative because hey are tho result of the study f experts These recipes are widely taught n schools of domestic science and vill keep any woman posted on tho atest method oC preparing nour hing and appetizing foods Ktnd to our Washington informa tion bureau and get Ihifv recipe Look Just enclose four cents in stamps forN return postage and liandlliiR Frederic I Hasliin Director The Mason City Globetiuaelto Information Bureau V I unclear herexvilh four in stamps for a copy bonlflPl HKOMKS IOK lAN XKD FOODS Name Slrccf Cify Sfale Government Troops Holding Strategic Points in Ru manian Capital nELXfUADK Jugoslavia Oct Zl rcachiiiK here thru various underground channels since the frontier was tightly closed because ot the censorship said today that the iituation la Bucharest is cxtremeb ritical Public buildings ministries ind railroad stationK are heavily guarded by troops it was stated All gather ings ot more than four persons in thc ider oatk at that time and consei uentiy was not a witness in tho legal TuslicB Siddons licld that under the w testimony given before a congres onal committee used gainst tho witness giving It In any itura criminal procccdinsa against Adverting to the rulln of Justice iOehllnff in the FaltDoheny trta ast November admitting statements y both tho defendants in that case uatico Siddons said thoso statements vero purelyvoluntary and conse uentiy do not fall within the nrphlM ion ot the Severe Hlow fu Govcninient Tiie decision was a severe blow t government counsel who had hopot to phico before the trial jury nine ot thc testimony which the oil oper itor and Albert B Kail savo ill thni fretjuent appearances hefore Iho scnat committeft duriHK thc days before tha investiRiition took n Konsational tin oarly in W24 after IM leased II Dome naval oil reserves t Sinclair Defense counsel fought strenuousl iiftiihist admission of statements Kivt ritlier Sinclair mFall to the scnti committee oiling the general slain which stipulates that testimony slve bcfor a 1 witness Hhnll not be used again lim in any subscfiucnt court procec Sipccial oil counsel argued that th aw did not give blanket immunity witnesaes that 1C they did not deal their testimony used In subscriue proceedings they should p themselves on record oathat poi Crew Prevents Panie in MidOcean 4 BAIIIA Brazil Oct Belief Unit Captain Simon Gulif commander of tlio Italian steam ship Irincipessa FatnUln perished wifli Iiis ship iff flic coast of Brazil was expressed by members of the ships crew who landed nore to day aboard tlio rescue ship JMoscl The crew of tlio MoscUn whicH rescued about 100 persons from the sinking rrincipcssii Mnfnlda ivcret of tho opinion that more than 600 persons porislicrt also but were without information ns tlio numher rescued liy oilier ves sels tit the scene One of tlio rescnetl sailors Imil hccn picked up from Ilio fien showed Ms wntcli which stopped lit p m nmrUInp the enct timo Hint tlio Priucipcssn Mnfkildn seltlcil into Ihn water Tuesilny iiieht HID JANEIRO Oct cue ships sped toward this port today carryinghundreds who were snatchott from death when tlio Italian linciv nincipessa Mafaldn sunlc after an exlj plosion SO miles tho coast oC sito Porto Segura about GOO miles wore that Iho r ships tho first oC which Is duo at midnteht picked up all but of a total oC UH8 passengers and 3 crew ot 240 aboard tlio JIataldL The survivors of Jfyj graphic stories to tho slilps ap r Tho exact number ot victims aa not ltl these accounts Tho passengers 800 oC whom were Italian emigrants bound tor the prom ised land ot South America wcro In high spirits aa tho ilatalda ap onched tho coast Supper had been served and there 3 aiitRinp and dancing as the ful ment of the dream of a new home id nearcd Tho merry celebration TURN TO PAGE 20 when they appcnrocl before the co mittes ot congress for Washington BRITT Oct nnd Miv 11 Nelson left Tuesday to spend the er with relatives at Richland Wash Ml their children were at carly in the week to see them before they departed Girl Flyer and Haldeman Leave Lisbon by Air for Paris ilJONT rortngai Oct nth Klder and her copilot ho mcricnii Crlrl Captain George left for Madrid today y airplane will continueon to iid then plan tc hoard thesteainslilii tuiircttinlii for home sailing ay Tho plans of tho American flyers nil for their arrival in Madrid ahout p their departure PaJ hy express train oriigrit ind there conlinning on In Paris by ilrplann tomorrow Thou they hope o board tho Manrotanla on Saturday Miss Klder wlicse visit to Lisbon Kid been somewhat marred by an at lack of influenza which confined her to led for some hours yesterday was tcilins better today Altho it had been feared that illness might prevent her depiirturw for Madrid her condition Improved So really last night that It was an nounced she and fleorae W Halde nouce mnn her copiot of the American Oirl would go to Paris hy airplane Icavliwj for Madrid onrouto this morning city streets are immediately persed it was said Troops were reported to navo been called in from the provinces and prac tically surround the capital and occupy strategical points thruout the city Bucharest was said to bo soelh when the report circulated that tiie government intended to ar rest Inliii Mamii loader of the na tional peasant parly 1 Carol Moves lo Srucoasf SAINT Kranf Oct Crown Irinco Carol of Rumania is evidently intent upon as ocnding tiie throne he renounced in 3925 friends of Carol volunteered today it explaining disappearnnc from bis Paris haunts Thoroforo has laken up tcmiioi ary rculdence In thn vicinity of this coast town In a cxac iocntion of which is only to his intimate friends they said Twice within n wcok Carol has broken his former rule novrr give inlfrvinWK I If IIHH chosen as his intormcdinry to place his viowK lx inreIhe public his viiwpnlnt tlic semi iffirlrtl Kroncli Ifavris ftKCwy the lat Local Weather weather figuivs for 2lhour period onding at 7 a Thitrsdny o Al 7 a in TucsdaH rifr orbreiking cr temiioratur wus e i u a 1 r Wednesday nflei iifion and thcr were Indication Thursday morn ing thai it won he at clospl apprwiheil nvtali Altho clouds nhsiiircd sun period nmrsdiiy Ih tur worhliiK in conncrtloti llnI dialkd up manian news agency POOR PA Rv Claude Cnllan TinIrnnlil1 wills n sm Iliiil lias hvo pairs ol1 Irons ITS is Mial f 1orfjH iyi lliink lluoilier plir Sllll uroicen arm he may reach   

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