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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 2, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER V FrtJr tonight and Thursday wanner tonight and in east portion Thursday AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED WIIUS REPORT DAILY TIMES NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the UNITED PRESS AiND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 21 UTTERMAK DISMISSES JURY E S BARNARD IS NAMED CHIEF OF AMERICAN CLUBS INT TUBE TO LINK AFRICASPAIN Annual Manager Reports rs and Secre taries Hold Session About 100 members the Iowa rinttermakers association met in closed session tho Chamber of Commerce Wednesday morning The business meeting gtavtcd at oclock a in and opened with the presidents address by C K Conwuy Garner Reports of the secretary treasurer and standing committees were given and committees were appointed O A Ktorvick Albert Lea gave an address on What Butter Can for tlie H the same time that the butter makers were meeting 115 members of the Secretaries and Managers asso CHICAGO Nor S Barnard president of he Cleve land Indians today was unani mously elected presiiienl of ihe Am crican Bnsoliall league succcetl iiifT Ban lolinson Harnards term of office is for three years His salary not re veaied It was reiioiKd however bat his contract called for 000 a year be same iiinonntre ceived bjJohnson Barnard also was elected treasurer of the league uu offiro formerly field Iy Johnson William IfarridRe for 15 years secretary to Johnson was Heeled secretary of the league a newly created position Harridges term is also for three years Author Tries plans were talked over Auditorium Is Filled The Chamber of Commerce auditor ium was tilled with delegates at the opening session Tuesday niijht A pro gram of speaking included addresses by a halfdozen men prominent in the field of dairying Following the invocation of the Kev C K Kearns City Manager C P JlopKins welcomed liie delegation to aiason City City stands out as a commercial center amidst an ag ricultural district and our city is de pendent upon the natural resources of the country for its suc cess We extend a hearty welcome to you and hope that yon will come fti said Mr Hopkins Js Not Strange 1lace A reply was made to the weiiromins yJJcvor C TR Connay Onriter i believe Mason City ern and am proud to say that it not a strange location to htHler conventions There are 250 communities of Iowa represented here ind I make a plea fqr a lawful con duct on the part of all deiecraies dur ing there stay hero Wo want our conduct to merit a rjtuni gathering concluded Mr Jtr Thornburg secretary o agri culture Iowa department of agricul ture Dos Moines spoke on the sub ject of Katr BnUcrmakrrs and creamery mannjrers bo said could do much to encourage fair phiy amoiiK patrons and themselves and their competitors In a where hale or more of the patrons supply sood rjualiy uionm but whore tlie average dititHty of the product is held brink by the other half who take little interest in duality there was p nance lie said for buttermakers am iVfanagrera to act is referees of hi same in their respective counties Have Many Opportunities Ruttermakors Mr ThornUmi said many opportunities for helping producers who are not faiito them Too many cows are being milked in thut do not havethe capacity for economical production he These usually are disap jesult and bpcome discour aged in regrircl to the dairy business fowtesting associations were urged fo medy some of the defects pointed nut Many the farmers the saiu are not fair to themselves because of methods used in feeding nnJ Smith ThoTHe Was Parents of Boy State Bartlett Smith who shot thru window in his homo when he saw pair eyes anrt Injured Willard Strong 17yearold hish school stn ciation met for a business session in m r Strong 17yearold high school stu anothor room at the Chamber of H p dent tllot stlons was a neighbor llcyorts were given and I JL C W L OJ near llis Place tllat he has plans were talked over reling with that was at the window iso iie shot to kill without vv ecicieu oliss rtiic w JStrong parents of the injured boy Van Loon Living Apart Call Wife for Date Occasionally NKNV YORK Xov Sn nl traniotknn secret mariinge between Hemhik Van anti Ooodrlcli The Smiths who were living at 1732 South Hampshire avenue when the shootiiiy took place moved to the Martin apartments following the re ceipt of a note telling them to move out oC the neighborhood or take what they had This note was printed on i piece of paper and shoved under the door U the Loon author Hampshire avenne home actress Is dcj really moved because scribed in todays Kevv rork Anieri afraid to stav hnme alone after President iUemie apartment Wcdnus author of thn Story of saya he does not remember the on ivhlcli he and Miss Good rich who attained stardom in Come Out of the Kitchen a few years ago were married Rabbi Lewis Browne heremember the city where the ceremony took paco nltho Billu lllilt S1K lia identified it as Miss Goodrichs naihiisband thot that the at tho tive town in Xcw Jersey The author indicated their union followed a three year courtship what took place Mrs Smith when interviewedat her day noon My husband works late at tlie Decker packing plant ana I do not like to be alone with Oio children after 31 r Jhol Mrs Smith snld that she and her which lie and Miss Ooodrkh the ternm of their unwritten mnrilngc jnd Xo ObliKadous Are Due its stipntlxtions nre Neither assumes Die oh jation either as regards pcrma ment Too often iiifn try to economize nn feed or equipment used icn hand ling dairy cows and as a rcsulr ciF are get volume oC pro duction necessary for liest re vuMs Liberal of sood cows properly housed cspntiil fartors in economical production Complaints Come Tn complaints in the TURN IO PAGE 18 AUNT HET By RoljoiL Quillcn F iiovevkntnvTrl a girJ lo a fool nboul n ninn nnlovs slirImit Ihr iilinul lioin1 Slayers Escape With Large Sum of Money After Loot ing Zwingle House Vov wns Blain in her home at today by robbers who ransacked the house escaping with a large sum ot money Towels found wrapped around her head indicated she had been strangled but some doubt as to the exact cause of death was raised when bloodstains were detected near the body Tho body was found by Harry Simp son Sheriff irank Kennedy and Coroner dwirrt Ktrneber arc working on tho ase but no clew ns to the identity if the robbers had been found up un til 1 arc hour todoy dow Sunday night was that or 3Irs T A Fites who lives at J735 South Hampshire avenue and with whom Mrs Smith said that site has had sev eral quarrels She said that they did not know who it was that they shut 101that they even shot anyone until jlhey read about it In the paper which them at Plymouth tho hoint of Jfrs Smiths mother Tuesday Twites Bothered me all the time I livud out on Hampshireave said TVfrH Smith I do not be lieve that anyone coukl get along with her She has sent word over to 1115 house that she was going to gel mo when T was alone T havn bwn both ered with people trying to get In the house when my husband mitlcod nt The neighbors slate that the Smiths wore requested to move out of the vicinity of Houth Hampshire nvenno mice before the liullet Went The bullet holo In tho eusl bed room window In the little white house at South Hampshire avenue is TURN TO PARK i If present plans materialize Spain Mill bn United ivilh Africa bv a tunnel under Straits of Gibraltar King Alfonso is in favor of Hie nrojccf which calls for an tube cnsOnp approxinuitcly bcrausc of ho ndvantaffcs Spain ivonld enjoy it with its African possessions were facilitated Heretofore ICnBlaiiiTs possession of the rook of Gibnillitr has made her tho dominating power in thu Mciliterrnncan Ahovo the famous inclt lying Alfonso and a map of tho territory concerned rjj rj ill Kogers Says Vciv Bill Thompson of Chi cago has started a society called Vnn send to defray the expenses of tryhigr lo keep it hns tho nucleus of a good idea but like any good idea its the Improve ments that mnko It fo I hereby offer stock in a society called America Only at a share Why be only first IjCts be the wholo thing Why spend to be m front when more will put you in front behind and in iho middle all at the snmo time If everybody In America will give me I will be more than Klad to show them whore are the only nation in tho This money will not all revert lo me a small porcenlnRo will be Hjitia in pxlerininuling all Wholl be the first In display Mifiinriiiisii and ioln Ynnrs Innmlei1 Ciipyriclit RATEJSH1GHER Bureau Reports Boost in In comes of 27 Billion in Five Years The highest standard of living ever at tained in the history of the world wns readied last year by tha American people the bureau of internal revenue snSd today in report sliotvlnp that the in the Lnitcd Sliites had total income in ISii ol nearly an increase of approximately or more than per tout in the five yftu since Tho bmeans figures revcnlefl an in Icrease in the nations income fur each year since1921 when a total of was recorded Tt increased in 11122j in 1025 and in when n total of was earned I The same increaseholds true for the average capital Income which in Ki2l i was compared with In IKK j fjreat Increasein income not tlioresult of an increase in Ilin price the bureau said for the average priceof consumed Roods was actually wliehtly in Ifo ilian hi tiou cauifwisii in France previous Ihe war Hc kept up botii ir Use 1Yench senate aim in the newt upers his slogan heins IMore ctul nou more lie was sent fo the United States late in 3SH4 to purchase war mater als for the French was re called after alow months In 131S he was tried on a chargo i intolligeiice with the en niy the charge BIOWIHK out of iliefred relations with Bolo lie notorious lender of the flefcatlaf novcment in France who was tonced to death and shot at cenncs April J7 lllis Virpfiiviliiiiiii MO1XMS cliart y Hi secretary lly 1 Churlrr Xov tcr wiH issued tudny of stale In tho Cnndy 3ns Charles Humbert Alleged Inventor Believes Nations of Ally of Bolo Pasha i Europe Will Combine Dies in Paris Against U S TAILIB Nov Humbert former French senatoi ried and acquitted in connection wilii tho Bolo Pasha treason case dumis the World war and exonerated 01 traitd in American war contracts irj died today Humbert wasone ot the most piom incnt figures in the military prepar THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS A BOOKLET OF 144 CANDY RECIPES The booklet Candy Rotipes from our VVnahingtori information bureau covers tho whole field oC candy makinpr in the home Tried rind tested recipes The best guide for the honv candy maker Alt of the 144 in this ixjoKlet may be madfc in any home Icilchen without special equipment Tin varieties range from the simpler fudges taffy or pinochi to the chocolates bonbons caramels Jiousats arid othcr which many do not realie cin be perfectly well made at borne every candy you ever hciird of perhaps Nuino Ihc NIJW YOFtK Nov affairs today point to nw internation al conflicts in tlie opinions of Thomas A Kdisoil did Count OttolcatCzeriiip minister oC foreign affairs for Austria Hungary during tho war 1hnnpean nations sooner or later will combine in war the United states JJr Kdison thinks England nnd will mass in the near future against Russia and bolshavisni Count CMrnin believes KJisona iircdiciion is made in tho current issue of the Popular Sci onecs monthly in an with his research in rubber produc tion inado the cooperation of Henry Ford and Firestone His the interview tho discovery of a plant which will produce rubber quickly in America in tho event of a war witli Dont makeany mistake nbotil that said Mr ICdison will come Wo may run alonp for a J ITaskSii Director The Mnson Cily rnforumlioii liurcau I niirloso lioivwitli SIX CENTS In siamps nr coin for a ropy of bnnlilct of CAXly CHKS Name Stal many years without it but sooner Or inter the nations Burope will com bine the United States The first thinsthey will do will be to cut off our rubber Count Czernin arriving here for a visit said be saw the day not far off when Knplnnd Franco and Germany will jlso together Russia and holshevism ho snid re main the great to There will not be any rest or safo Count Cxernin said ns the revohtiionixiiiRpropaganda oC the Soviet government is aljjwcd to so on Hngrland tile most conservative coilil try of The world tokos to under stand but when it understands it does so thoroly and sticks with dopsed rie in ot its iBalchen Denies He Will Pilot Dawn to Copenhagen as Claimed TOHK Xov Rerjit Balchen today assertions by MrsFrancos Wilson Orayson that ho had accepted lior offer tu pilot lior nmphlblnn plane the Dawn across tho Atlantic to Copenhagen this year State Is Challenged to Use Troops to Enforce Governors Demand WALSENBfnC Nov AP Altho approximately 100 striking coat miners volcil here last itipht In resume nlcUeting in defiance of a threat from Govern or W If Adams hat such action ntiRhfc invoke state intervention there was no picketing this morn ing A group of strikers met today and reaffirmed fttcir decision to start picketing annul but a check of nil mines in Las Animus inni llucrfano counties showed here liad lieeit no picketing DENVER Xov In dustrial workers ot the world today challenged Gov H Atlains to car ry out his threat ol state interference in tho Colorado coal strike by voting to resume picketing after conforming or a day to his decree that such ac tivities must stop Led by strikers shouting to bcil with martial and kill the guy who dont want to 400 miners a riotous mcetiiip at I W AV headquarters last nlsht voted to picket tlio mines in southern Colorado again When tho chairman of the meeting called attention to vhegovernors de mand that picketing stop and his threat to use all the rctHiurcos at his command to enforce his order he was hooted Calling attention to ol fcrs of Gov Adams to cnll oC operators and representative miners met similar treatment iBnoro the promises of capitalistic Cfoy shouted KriHtcn Hvan LUII strike leader who was released rom jail yestcrdiiy The I IV JM being double iroEpert at every turn in the road Promises are mailc only to be broken won this strike but nnr hnvn been In vain if we stup Justice FraclBrfife L Skltlnns aliovc iutlay nrdcrpd a new trial in the cele natcil FallSinrlnlr case as a result of illcged jury tanipcrins h forts Svamuii nddeO This tiircw meeting into nn up roar and resulted in Lin overwhelming the governors or Missing Ship Drifts Miles at Sea Bleached Bones and Bodies of Crew Give Evidence of Cannibalism PORT TOWNSIxn Xov 2 evidence of starvtilidn death and cannibalism on tlm high sens has been found here on the dere lict Tnijrjncse drifted miles ticross the ocean Picked Puciflc up eff shore by Thermometer Drops 30 De grees in Some Parts of State Xov fiOt a touch oC winter niKht when temperature sent tos below freezing in central portions of the the mercury northern and state At Charles City the thermometer dropped to 2S degrees while nt Des Moines it stood nt 19 30 degrees lower than the mark made nt the hour yesterday Other minimum temperatures reported were Sioux City 2 Oinnha nnd Daven port tl and Keokuk 16 The drop brot temperatures he rinrrnai position for November snid D Ttflert metorolofflot iltho forecasts for indicntfi Hie a passing liner tirot to Fort Town Bend yesterday the sr foot born tho lifeless bodies of Uvo Iiipaneso seaman and tlio btnjniieil bones of eich otiicrs A rndo ships Inu psinted in unlive on a thin cedar bonnl in tho cabin of Iho illstarred vessel re venlcd tho that vodn at he holm of tins tlircfi masted bunt nn its aimless inuvney of 11 months nci oss the IrfilC Crives Story in lhi JBarrly legible lot leu tlio story if the voynwe whidi started when the vwel the Ityn Yei out with its 12 from tho flshins port of Misalii near Vokoharnn on Dec 5 soon nm the hfiplobs craft wys cai by cm rent iind htivrm farther and fintiler In sea the men worked tire lessly but in vniit lo repair the eii Tlie scant rice dwindleil nul on March a throe niler tho start ofthe the last jrnln ot sono fjoon too tiie water casks were Our is the master of the liont laconically wrote m ilia Our food is cone we are time the of the ship tells little save ibrts of and to deaiii Ship Kound Off U S apparently followed lonp dnys oC drifting under the summer MUII tor tlie ship and its crew of 11 Mie boilkS of two a ml tbft whitn hones of eight fill in the story of the voiage Last Mnndny nioniins the ship Margaret Dulbir slshicJ tlm licr ship off Cipfi ml it hero nlirre it was mercuij not de in fcrlPral nmhovit Xo snow has been repijrted lo the local woruhtubureau and none is within slffht TlcerJ says A deposit of frost last no dam exxept to tender shrubs Wave Moves Kastward j KANSAS CITY Xov juoid wave originating h the Rocfy slates moved eastward to 1 nfter up several Local Weather Probe Is Started After Report of Jurors Remarks i WASUIXGTON Nov ChnrseB ot jury irregularities brot tha SinclairFall oil conspiracy trial to an abortive end today and sent ons of tha trial jurors post hastn before grand jury for ijuestionins Within the hour after Justica Sid dons had declared a Edyvard 1 Kidwcll the juror by tils sovcrnuient to have predicted that iii yoon would ba owncv of a car 13 IOTIBT as a was taken into tho strand jury room under warning any thing ho might say pifglit against him He previously had say ho would de nounce ns lies ail tho charges against him Will Question Others Altho there is no similar charge them the other nine men and two women on the dismissed jury Tflll be questioned later by grand jurymen who also are Investigating n charge that detectives in tlio employ ot Har ry r Sinclair Bought improperly lu alip contracts with tlm trial jury Kid well was in tho srand jury room for 3fiminutes When ho emerged snicl ie bnd told tho truth to jurors and would return lor further Inletin the No move made to tnko him into custody i Wliilo tho Kiand Jury was in sen sion former Secretary Albert B jilnt defendant with Slhclait In ilia conspiracy chargea srowhisr out of tha leasing of the Teapot Dome oil reserve iraned n hotel disclaiming any connection whatever with tlm and declaring ha ready for rctrinl Inimcrtlntely trnniLnt and defense together in tlm neatfuture lo s plans for impanellinga now jury Tho cnso ajrnin to retrial ulthin a fewtvcckf Charges Tnmnerint trail of tln Tenpot ildme investigation took another nwk nvird turn lodnjivhorv IJjo attempt Vo convict former Sectclary Albert R Full iVnrt llari V Sinclair nt criminal cmled fur the tlmo beinp in a mistrial of incltnl iiiK tbnl detectives ein ployutl Sinclahhad Kouprht tn improper contacts witli jurymen icd tho court tiie prosecution nnd the IP fenno to it to prociod further with tho original jury iti tho box confer soon nu nrriingn ments for another trial with tha gov ernment favurine a date in intime a grand jury inquiring into the governments chnrpea that tlm jury WMS improperly shadowed by private detectives and that one of tlm jury men Kdwnrd Kidwcll a HI year Dili leather worker had talked erectly oftho cato and of a oar as a block which no hoped soon to possess Jury rruhrs Charges As ths tension of the courtroom 1H down after court was f tho Jurors Charles J Ilerzos ten erel to Owen J Roberts o Rovsm mnnt counsel the rcsret of the 10 men and two women on the fury that had turned out ns they did Tlio jury are to appear to mururw iHfuro tho grand jury Ths did not imlt Roiicrt C ihe one jnrymnn which thft reports did nut show to livo bren untlcr mirrettlnnKn Flora today ihni the jury did not Kidwll into consultation when cm wilt trial X TO IAGE li for tmnsttallv warm weather in the Humboldt Corn Picking Contest Won by Thor Man northwest soutlnvest Thermometers in and Wtvt crn llissonri stood In the upper thir ties this moriiinqr a drop of more tlinn i 1ft decrees from yesterdays maxi mum Know flurries nnd rain worn re ported from tho In northern Oklahoma The drop in started hmiiiiimfri of dticlcs and pecsc on n loiayed southward nilKralion Relative of Orchard Woman Dies in Colorado Knutson of ivon the Humboliitl OUriiAIlD Viv Hrnnis county word of b h a pounds picked of her unnle wbn v i 7 in In I Cw U ror her imber Mr jivill rrdnd thf suldn vlsitinp Mr weather figures for C hour period endincr at 7 n m Wed Maximinn V Miuiiiium I At 7 i in i Ircrijiihifton t saw s first snow of i the season day It bcBnn frillI oclock P in In MIISOJI after a torc of riiin find contlmui j crt time The fnrcnuini i was nf an i in tin up tu r i il iiiiscd thrrc ti nn inili hrii in xiim 1 irhi fis Ainu if i M i n m Ti POOR PA Fiy Claude   

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