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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                WEATHER NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Home1 If cooler tonight Wit L Mpehovrera in extreme east por CVost tonSht Wednesday fair V in northwest portion PL1 scho AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES UNITED PRE93AND INTERNATIONAL IKwillTPPLEMENTAL SEASONS FIRST SNOW RECORDED Ready for Lightning to Strike Farm Leaders Turn Up at St Louis in Surprise Meeting W ST LOUIS Nov residential politics popped into the corn belt and soulh cm conference on farm proLi rljmshere today when Gov McMullon of Nebraska fi ihe first speaker attacked Senator Borah for his attempt stem the movement toward Speakingof whatsis termed Borahs to grain control of the western delegates to tho republican national convention Gov McMullen charged I Borah had no other purpose than to Idivide western farmers In tho Inter e eastern No act in Mr Borahs reci JjMullBn continued entitles him to con sideration as a leader of farm opin Governor McMulleu devoted th part of his speech to advocii Mting the McNaryHaugen bill by President Coolidee at th bo reintroduced and agait M to the president Or in an W Il6 sai1 the measure which Sjtiuced should contain tho prin I of equalization thru caring lo Jurplns crops Is Surprise Meeting LOUIS Xov im farm rejietjmeeting oC form up hero to ierl tn3 Of C The first real snow or the sea son started oclock P m Tuesday and was still falling at oclock p m While the flakes melted as fast as they fell they wore real snowflakes Old Man Weather hod been hand ing out cold rain all Tuesday morn ngr about 28 of an inch having fallen when the snow started to come down Tho wind sot around to the north and it had a real icy touch shortly alter noon Tho thermometer was down a minimum ot 8 degrees above zeia two years ago Monday and the minimum temperature one year rtgo Monday was 25 above zero ilia IlcUILUr ifSiearly a score of by announce almost secret v Vj Governor George D Eonashey insas an avowed cotton repre ive the corn kings the wheat s and others oC tho agricultural a tho south west and north were add their weight to the move for farm relief ictant to discuss the particular ires lo be advocated former nor Donaghey said are Ilcro for days to discuss Wjtural relief and give impetus to necessary to carry it into purpose Jr purpose he said nonpolitical in every Marines and Bandits Mix r TV T in Nicaragua U S Forces Put Irregulars to Rout Native Leaders in Battle MAXAGUA Nicaragua Xov States marines have bested Nicarasuan irregulars in an other encounter and becausje of the presence ot the marines dissension has broken out among the bandits opera ling In the department of SegoviaJ The bandits have been hampered in their activities because marines and the national in patrol ins the rtlstrict have kept the bandit i pointed out however that rs of the meeting who Tvero i had previous rec w lhe provisions of ZlIHryHaugen bill and it Is ex 3 meeting will swing into vith them program were a Senator C a g cjirtvalerht to I Barnum Hen Rockefeller or any of I among men who break in leaders Thus Ironv im larger villages hua the ban Aits have prGVOIUc looUng sacin 70 ii an OLlween gangs of different political tendencies lear the Honduras border according 300 Patients Imperiled so Lover Could Set Stage for Rescue YORK Nov the wake of a firo that destroyed the staff building or llic Methodist Episcopal hospital in Brooklyn and imperiled the lives 325 patients today came the story ot Ernest Rhodes 42yearold porter that he set the lire to provide tho setting for a Rescue of the woman lie loved Rhodes was under observation in a psychopathic ward after he had been taken from the scene of tho fire yes terdqy as he was telling oC his hero ism Tie had been recognized by Fire Marshal Thomas Brophy as an al Jeeet firebub arrested in 1917 Rhodes had been faking smoke suffocation reported to the fire mar Physician shal Rhodes first told of his heroism when he was taken to the receiving ward as he was picked up I grabbed a fire extinguisher and ran ho said because I thot Stella was there 1 was choked by smoke as inan as entered tho building but kept go ng until I got so faint I couldnt go my woman to whom he referred vas Stella Tiedman a maid who had been cleaning rooms wheii she smelled smoke She telephoned the alarm to the hospital operator The porter admitted seltine fire to nin of Mis Tierlman aurt he nurses He confessed to five previ jus incendiary offenses by marine head advices received luarters here Bandit Ixmlers Jlect The liberal bandit leader Jose Leon Diaz with 200 followers were reported o have attacked tiie conservative bandit Anastasio Hernandez and SO C his men north o Ocotal close to lie border iHerannccz was said to lavo escaped after a fivehour engage nent battlo had aged Two of hf nator liiey do things Mussolini is his Gray might have said n as good as Barauru to be more a Jicily agent When Ilficts Home it is heaid I lie Italian qi oc earnest m The average Mussolini a prove Ia Jose Sandoval and Joe Toires anil 0 ot his men were killed marines leadcjuarters learned Diaz WHS ro lort to havo lost a few men Ij latest engagement beiween ma and TCicaraguaii sup Hi to havo been followers of the general Augusta Saridino five pmltts were killed and several iounded There were no casualties ig the marines or the national guardsmen who joined with them in the encounter Marino Iatrol The marine patrol was attacked by the Chiiiote where marine avfutorjKS5eoiia Lieut A Frank Dowilcll crashed arid disappeared after bomii in followers of Gen handino early in October Tho combat patrol was supported liy I C C Member Henry C Hall Wants to Quit WASHINGTON Xov 1 AP CtnrimjsHtoner of the interstate commerce commission rims advised President Coolidgo that he wishes to rotire Coolidge has not yet accepted the resignation but will be governed I by the comriiissioncrs wishes No el feclive date has been set for the resiij nution niT Hall a resident of Colo rado Springs was appointed to the commission in 1914 Indiana Officer Is Shot Thru Head in Effort to Foil Robbers LAFATETTE Xov Six bandits entered tho Tippecanoe Loaji and Trust company hero this morning and escaped with appioxl currency after shoot tns to death Chanos Arman police captain One the iobbere is be lieved to have been wounded The robbers drove up to tho Kuik which is across tho street from police headuuarters and on entering herded five women and one man cmplove and one male customer Into tho vault They then ordered Miss Margaret Cheney executive head oc tho insti tution to open the safe Miss Cheney while fumbling with tho safe lock stepped on a burglar alarm button when tho robbers attention was mo mentarily diverted Captain Armaji rushed across the street and there was an exchange of shots Amitiu was shot in the head and stomach Immediately following shooting tho robbers grabbed packages of cur renclying on tho counter jumped Into automobllo and drove out of the city Several automobllo load of men arnica with rifles started In pursuit unco in Scores Drown in Gale That Wrecks Boats Sorrowful Tales Told of StormLashed Fisher mens Fleets LONDON Xov AirplanoH were engaged today In the sorrowful of searching alongtho west coast of Ireland for tho bodies of those fishermen who fell victim to Hie angry seas Affidavits Filed by U S Attorneys Cause Halt in Proceedings WASHINGTON 1 that erne jmor talked indiscreetly about the case and Urn I a dctecUvc ag jnncy harl been keeping1 jurors claimed from 00 to 70 lives were told Olio night last week on0 ot tho tales said a phantom ship followed a fishing boat from Inishbofin Galway Tho ivraUh vessel refused to answer any hail but remained bytho seamen thruout the night This tbo crew terproted as a warning oC Impending disaster mid declined to bet forth Other similar stories werecurrent Ono actual warning however came Fv leu 0t id OVf late Kathoi Lackan 0110 Qttin ii of the parish priest stricken vil AH Street Cars in City to Stop for Minute at Funeral Time CHICAGO Tvov airplanes mil later the figiit which was today lasted three hours u cavalry unit nn tier Moses J Gouid joincil them Tho patrol was commnnded by mne Lieut Clarence J Campbell IT miinbtroti at the bier of marine corps The Mr and Mrs John J Mitchell killed in in automobile accident Saturday Tho time of the double funeral was one hale hour after bankinghours this afternoon when every street car in Chicago to oomo to a stand still for one minute St James Kpis copal churcli nut far from the great bankinghouses nf Lnsalle street vvus he place cnosen for the ser or Snooting Bovs Who boam Or nr T T T J I a brief meeting after Malvern Man Accused All Roads West of Mississippi j River Join in Request for Raise CLEVELAND Nov A wage increase of one dollar a day or about 1 per cent more than the pres ent scale is asked by the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and Order of Railway Conductors in t joint request filed today with every railroad west of the Mississippi river Willlafn G president of the trainmens brotherhood announced tho wage increase request which in re newal of a joint refiiiCKt turned down about a year ago The present agreement does not ov iiirc tnilil Varch and fillus of the wage increase request today ntarliad the layins of ground work neKOtiutions Lee taiil Trainmen and conductors east nrnl south of the Mississippi last year were rantnd a seven and onebalf per cent increase QI T T T i T flayed en Prank Twenty yeaiTf cJustrial dispute not favor an has produce those fears The the process tained showed act Beached ties to If the act The the coi fendejaa I raised my i you only liud a Jniflon an they fly fo JIALVKRN Xov I leged to have shot our boys In Halloween pranks last night Leu 23 wus in custody liy Sheriff of GlenwooJ today on a chaige to be le lerinincd hy fcrionsncKS if the in juries SANTA BARDAHA Xov people killed In plane yes terday and It is headlined today in every paper Sauiirlny In Los An Seles at one ovoasliiRseven were killed and six wounded and the papers didnt even the mow It tiKe the only way yon ran get any publicity on your don Hi is tr be killed in l Dime Tls no novelty to bc killed in anto anv VOUIN HOCiEUP CiipyriRhl iiierue appointed a committee of mem bers to pay its respects to a past All of the children except Mrs Tohn P KellogK a daughter now on hpr honeymoon In Europe wore here for tho funeral Mrs KcIlogg and her husband will sail for New York to nunrow on the Operationsof the Illinois Merchants Trust built up by Mr Mitchell from a near failure after the nnnfc of 1873 I wore too extensive to permit Its clos ing in honor of its head Memorial services arc to bc held tonight hv ti employes Six Wild Turkeys Are I Received at Pilot Knob CITY Xov wild urkeys one bird and five lions nave been received by Custodian Tny lor pilot Knob state park Mr Isiylor risks the farmers in the vleln i y of tho pniI to ah In preserving those fowl as they will undoubtedly vrandflifrom the confines u the park Various Ktalo parksare receiving shipments of wild from trio i firm located at Clive It IK nlmut three years Mince Custodian nrst apMlention fw u GOOD PROPORTIONS IN THE DIET Tho problem of serving well balanced meals often causes the lml Male housewife a good dea orharn of of worry Adequacy ivholesume ncss attractiveness iml rniifi alt be considered The booklet Ciooil Irojiortions in tbo Uiot proprued by the depart ment of npriRultiire thuroly fvery of food selection tells what Itinrts of food are ncrded gives nnd amounts uf food reriitired nnd suggests a number of menus for wellbalanced mwils Every woinin who is responsible for the niwils of a should havo acopy of this booklet Send for yours Fill out nnd mail tho coupon below enclOKlns four centa in stamps for return vantage and handling JYmJrric Jliiskin Director City filobcfJazette Information Iturrnii WnslihiRtnit U C 1 enclose herewith four emits In stamps for a diny or Ihe i lifnililct IllOIOKTIONS i IX TlfK DfKT I Name j I i 1 Street MidWestern States Take Most of Honors at Horse Exposition PORTLAND Nov AP Portlands Pacific international hors show had a heroine today Jn the per son of Miss May Anderson Minne apolis who refused to quit the tanbari ns after talcing a severe fall In riding one of tho exhibits last the horso foil after stumbling on a hurdle Uespitc tho spill Misi Anderson continued to ride and drive thruout tho evening Middle western entries continued to figure well In the awards In class 2 event for roadsters John Hub ly of Mason City look third fourth places with William Daniul and Jack liariy of Morrifl fourth in the Sovurelffn hold toiicli and go s the feature vent of the evening with the 5ulco B Wetty of VnvnOn carrrcd off sec ond place in the class 2 oveiit for pairs of harness ponies with and Matt j K 11 Divan anil son ot took first honors in of Shetland ponies irt nuliM with Fash ioiialile LiriBo and Mnto Tetrless entered Bigger Slash in Tax Rates Is Demanded U S Chamber of Commerce Disagrees With Mellons Figure lages in County Mayo listeningto radio heard a warning or the coming storm He rushed to the shore to warn the Cishermen It was too late they had already set Drovfiicil Near Mimes Virtually every breadwinner in Lackan was drowned a few hundred yards oc his home when tbo fishing fleet was dashed on tho rocks Too poor to buy inore mod crn equipment most fishermen alonj those coasts use craft considered a poor refuge in a ragingsen srnny or tho impoverished fisher men suetlaced their lives in vain at tempts to tnvo their nets Priests pronounced conditional at solutism Tor return to those io Mould mourning fa TO 1AOK IS never coutaiiuHl in tlio affidavits filed hy the government couii scl today in the FallSinclair oil conspiracy case Altho no montion ot a mis trial was made by counsel cither iti open court or discussing move with inrjulrprj tliero were liidicatlons a mistrial motion probably had been talked ivor with Justlfo Siddons during the private conference A mistrial would mean that tha present jury would be dismissed and that tho government would luivrs to present over again before a tbo evidence on which it sock to con vict former Interior Secretary Albert 13 Fall and Harry F Sinclair tho oil man or criminal conspiracy ii thn leasing oC tho governments Teapot Dome oil reserve to Sinclair Justice Siddons cautioned a 1 of those who were closeted with him tot j to discloso the character of the affi davits presented by the prosecution Claim Juror TnlliciT It was understood however that affidavits purported to ciuotr statements about tho case made by n juryman since tho trial began and in of Nov With tho recommendation of ho treasury thai tax reduction bo held ij maximum before them members of the house ways and means committee were urjrod today bv the jniter States chamber oC commerc o make a tnx slash of about Orleans Man Says He Put Mutated Bodies in Trunk 000 James MacColl speaking for th chamber said that it is 1 nowlcdgc that in recent years the ual surplus has frrcatly exceededtho Almost Himiiltanoously with Ms ap niazice on the witness stand Kepro nntative Clarner of Texas lemocrat on the commillfe Issued tatemcnt assailinw tho treasury for naccuracv in its forecasts of sii 1 liises and advocittiiif i reduction nf i he tux from o II per crnt possihly Joper 1 of this 12 cent prnptrhcd Texan said IIP ion of this lax rather than a iv islon of surtax on incomes Of roin to uas rerinirril iirccil with Inines A jmery nsso iation of Un fur oration should bo rcdnrcil KmorV allottins n major 10 prospMtivo reilintlnn of rorjiora announced today that Henry Moity has confessed that he alone killpti bis wife and sister luv and then packed their bodies in a trunk after beheading the two nomeii and ampulntinjf tlioir arms and legs Previously Muity liad that his wifn and Mrs foseph Moity bis sister in Irnv wore murdered by n rwl iiairod willor K lind that lie assisted m pnclilHjf ho buxts in tbo they woro fourxl ati rhumiiy the MoIHy hnmo in Mr Woltys Silver Tips anil Silver Slnr were awarded fourth honors Anions piiRts for novice thrjt Kaitert hoiSLs Tlobinson of Moines nwanled fourth nkicc jwlth Viill Cailey Among the pairs at j harness pnnies of bands or over I Mr vViIty too third with Harry nnd Marry fourth with Tbe slrinfj of F AndMaon of Ross took six nut of seven Rr ulmnipion in the UlydeaJ horfio division I W Demand of Governor and Halt Picketing Simpson while AlacColl insLstrrl that the rn inheritance and remaining were should repealed Tbo t ro also urged repcal of tax but opposed cailod nuisance of Chorus Girl Receives Life Sentence LM Dun Moines whit rtnd lulled jfn McCJhlc chorus sirl or Kraukfurt tiii 1 itllllly i er fie yostnrday Ho io life ont s At i A of imprison ported they hul found Knllf Pastor of Community Church at Portland Local dealt ington of a staff llvos Kxcopf for tbo perioil wben Siddons was in conference with tho ana attorneys for prosecution and lofenw tho jurors wore permit led today to havo tin siunu froeilnm imtsido of court hours thcvhul the trial began In tbo recent trial or Kill nni iid Pnheny hero 011 oil iraoy eharge tbo jury kept in luliienicnt tbruout thn trinl but in present asn ncitlun icinrsiivl that tliae ludRu Sctrcty Tn tho short discussion which took lace in open court in the presence of the jury and roomful of spectators Justice Siddons said inj was adverse to matters Jn secret but be consented to do so after having been advised that the mannr was one tbiU gave government conn tho gravest A trini is lie said lint after a moniontB thot ho cnn nnd Invileil counsel behind the doors of his privatn ofrico con touts of the affidavits and inc jiinir jurors involved hold a WiuJiiir Calloil by WJ1K KMinmoncd In Justir nftcr gnvniiimpTit bud tlio was by his lawyer Stnnforil After Sinclair into room several of liui iiHsintiint district attor news who dip inclurled Noil who lind direct clririrt nf tho indiiiry its licncrally Discnssnl of tho venircrnon jury I his bnj Olmo ll ror mtra or tllsrtisKfon ilirt ontire punol of for at tin Ortcbor ienn of tho Itnct court One nmsnectivfi jilvol rljs TO PAGK la i Is f Presents 0 Tucsdil tf tire 7 foi in iOiil in Oilonulo today heeded hc ulUinatnm Onvernnr II Adarns that pltikcting must It iriurfnno and Aniinns counties wlicrn pickets hnvo IKOI active the Kliiki calltil hy the Indus the two nut t pickct nn rluty ionl in with A slight in ihel lUiiilnl if nifn ivhn fur ill tbi wtre fur i ing is illernJd NOV attend nnta at the torthind Comimiiijiv church received a bit of startling in formation nt tho lay inoniiitg when tlui nickB his tor to take effort t cissor could be obtained 1iie Uev Mr Cfltt t to become pastor Chrlstiiin chiirch ac twu years lie bis of Hi work in tbe chmvh uncl with he jfi who lias hwii i him in the worlc Iht U 7 a in 5 Traic if ruin Viivclnlirr Kot iMly slavt Tne in o r n i n i hero to on his In 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