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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday Somewhat cooler in extreme west por tlon AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT DAILY TIMES NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the FRIDAY NOV 4 1927 UNITED PHESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 23 t Dickinson inQTNTJ ATT T T TVI Lowden Plea Hammill Are lowan Says Farm Problem Points to Backing of Illinois Man Among Backers of Project DBS Nov The lowa farm corporation organized or the purpose of stnhilizinsr the price ot Iowa land thru purchasing the sur plus which is depressing the Is ready to launch its statewide cam paign to round up and com plete the first 1 000 believed neces sary to finance it This is the amount of stock Burt Thompson Iorest City who has been actively promoting tho roject and wits chosen permaneiH chairman the organization beingunanimously approved at a gathering of more than I llois ns lle logical choice oC tho west to MidWest Kov TJjo at odds as lo n presidential mndi tlale two Western republican leaders n congress liave called for a united front on the problem of farm relief from all in the agricultural area Insisting that the new farm bill must include the equalisation fee of tho JlcNaryiliiiigcu measure which j drew president Ooolidyos veto reprej scntative Dickinson of owa in a j statement issued late yesterday pointed j tj former Dovonior Ijowden of lllij FLEES SHOOTING t 200 business men bankers and farm ers from 50 Iowa counties hers yester day has set for loivans to subscribe itore than in stock already has teen subscribes hy Ees Jloines in vestors Mr Thompson said while he declared it was his belief that eastern investors would readily advance more leaving to raised within the stale Endorsement was given the project In speeches by John Hammill C H McNider of JUnson City Senator TA Smith of Wintered Dean C F Curtiss of Ames Frank OConnor of TJubutiue and John of JDcs Moines Faith in Towa Vas tlie keynote ot itll speeches Mr McNitler declared Iowa farm land at present prices is the best in vestment there Is If we can form this corporation it wil ho tlie finest thins for the people of Iowa that could be The governor echoed this statement while Mr OConnor stressed that buy Ing of Iowa farm land land would have R beneficial psychological effect on the people of the state The proposed corporation would purchase in all parts of the state land that could be picked tip at sacrifice pices with the twin objects of making money for tho stockholders sta bilizing the price of land thru pur chasingthe surplus which is depress ins the 3fr Thompson said ho mere suggestion oC the farm i he Senator Nye of Nonh Dakota with other independent western repub licans oC the tipper chamber advocates Iho candidacy of Senator Norris of Nebraska simultaneously addresycd a letter to the Ijarmers union conven tion at Jamestown X in which he raised the subject of campaign expenditures at the Chicago i Swollen Rivers Bring Ruin and Loss to New England My Kjvers swollen by slorm ot uniijiinl fury burst their lianks in nortliern points lo Mr wcslcm Xeu tak tinya toll ol at least IT lives and ins property damage which will run into millions ot dollars Hundreds ot people were forced flee to Insu ground from tlic of turbulent rivers 1ower plains crippled and industry was at n virtual standstill with factories aud employes fleeing from hiirh water viiuiu le lle vlisKe ol Bucket convention in I92IJ tho not rcCcnins Wls away when a to him by name i broke above Only one person was Choosins for the villagers been said Nyc must ho done with j tlle impending danger eyes wide open lo tho fact that suelijue Lc the reservoir matters as freight rates credit Train Schedules nisrnpleil influence of wealth in the conduct rialronil schedules were demoral ot campaigns as well as the purpose i rain connections with New sought in tho JlcXnryJTaiigeu a111 with Canada were entirely must enter into any tboro farm relief cul aml terse rail ficials said it wovtld be at least lit He declared never hone to election to office Is dependent upon size of the Must Be Equalization Fee Sir Dickinson pointed to farm con ditions at St Paul and more recently at St Louis us proof of his claim that tor a substitute for the equalization fee Tlio nonneclicut river in cannot find general acceptance Only places was over its banks At UhiLc onu conclusion can be reached he delUver lunetion the railway elared that there will lt an euuulj were under water and officials said fee in the new farm bill or an the damage would run into thousand equalization light in the next cam Or dollars Pdifn I The flood waters auumcuted nv Governor Smith oC New York thurstiiii dams in the nortliern ana carrying the standard of tbo rlemoJ western porlions oC Xow Knxlniiti ciats Dickinson predicted the loss to working their way to the party of two large eastern states houvUwidening Ihe area o and pointed to as Ibe man i affected who ho said could up this widespread nunbe crepanoy by ineaus of IIIH popularity snow nmi bureau at Boston said Ibat the farmer can i hours before they were compete politicnlly if bridjrcs have been washed first and lony scciions of truck inundated Valley sections of eastern New Yorl ibrcalcncd At Albany tlie Hudson vas ten feet above normal and streets nloiiK tile river front were under wa 4 Operators in Theaters Here Strike Go Out in Sympathy With Musicians at Bijou and Palace Four moving picture machine opoi i tors at tho 3alace and IJijou theaters went out on strike after tho night shows Thursday in sympathy with the musicians at tho places The or dcrs to strike wero received from the Irilertiiitiomil Alliance of Theater Ktalo New York central or yamzalioii the operators liolli of tho local theaters havo been placed on Lbo unfair list as a result of the employment ot r nonunion or sanist at Hie Palace after the mu sicians there went out on strike Au ID Tbo musicians struck according to T Bnwcn secretary ot the Ice il of the American Ifedci t lion of Musicians when the A Jl Kin nk company hern le fused to pny the union scale and te fuaed to employ the required number musicians in the Palace theater NtmUnion Operators Vscd musicians and operators were ti hold a meeting Friday afternoon at which a course of Uction for Ihe fu lure was lu fit planned Sliows at tile Bijou and the Talaee are beincr conlinued witli nonunion oiHMalors according to 1 M HeCfncr j arvl 1 business msm io drive II ipi ell 1 eo l T licked to havo shot and seriouslv wmmdod Layer said to have i ecu his sweetheart Happen tool UK Slrl to a hospital after tho shooting then at the point of n mm forced Oil Man Associate H Mason Day Held for Jury Tampering WASHINGTON Nov riivernnieiits prosecutors undertook today to bringstill another formal of attempted jury tam Harry F Sinclair tlie milliontire lessee of Teapot Dome and then quickly reversed themselves A warrant for Sinclairs arrest was rescinded an hour nud a half after it bad been issued District Attorney Gordon declined the warrant had been issued thru er ror It had been sworn out by Assist nt District Attorney Burkinsluiw in ehniBo of Ihe jury tampering investi gation which resulted in a mistrial earlier this week in the Teapot Dome conspiracy case business associate Would Merge Rural City Supervision Teachers Hear Two Plans for ReOrganization of Association UKS MOINKS Nov United supervision of city anil try schools under one adtnini s recommended Teachers T Vosey conn istration to liio Joivn nssociiUion by President I Mason City superintendent in his annual address last ntffht Mora than Jowa teachers had rcgistoinrl for the annualconvention yesterday and arrivals todnv 111 Third Big One m Month Is Similar lo Other Two who entered Brothersclothing store on Sinitlij federal avenuo by means of rope let down thru a hole in a sky1 lifiht some time during Thursday night ay nlglitl leathtu 1 the attendance near expected to or in tho mark whether both city and coun ty superintendents of schools were needed IIr Vasey told the teachers that a combination oC tho two offices would make for more efficient admin istration and thru equalized financial support slvc Iho rural child 1 Manrt ud education for In n plea for public recognition of the President Vasey staled that the teacher with an averaso salary oc ranks just tlio routine clerk on Ihe wapre scale Two plans for Ihe teachers association were put forward took about worth of nti its silk ohicis gloves and overcoats and 1 left a amount of which they had piled on the floor ready 10 were I haul away Henry Muson Hay was arrested hnw by Jlr Vascy One Sinclairs the central mcefli ever on a warram similar to that brot against Sinclair and than revoked Duy the Blank The local representative organization Kiid that tho TIJO miles on an nllniKut ride I iardescapod at North Rntilish llap opeivitors striiek they neio bi dercd lo tio so y nail ters and sr tho nenr national he staled that they are not unfriendly towards him in IVrsons Afteeliil I Ten persons are by strike according to amiounccmoril niary J made by secretaries of lie operators and musicians Friday aflcrnoon Tliere was an indlcalioii at headquarters that the inixlii spread lo all nt the theaters in Ilie Blank circuit if a sntisfaetory meiit is not rcHched in the near future was released on bail m tho border slates as well Officers Await Arrival of Fingerprint Expert to Photograph Marks DUBUQUE Nov ot a fingerprint to examine I niarics left by the of Mrs Khz nbeth aged Xwlnsfle woi man found dead In iier home AVetlnesdiiy morning was await cd today while invostiyalion into her mysterious death lansujshed Slioriff J Kennedy cxpeciei iniil A Steffcn Viiterloo linerprint ex N pert to photograph fingerprints found in the ransacked hedroom ot th nearly oC cnchetl money taken IJ Completes 900Mile Hop From Lisbon Plan United States Trip 11ORTA Ol1 I HOKTON Xov 4 Klouds of I unprecedented volume gripped tliree Xew lOngland states today JJVA iih ptOiierty mounted in to the millions railroads bad out roadbeds cities were rut off from lijht and power hundreds of poisons homeless Vermont was hit hurdist but west irn was t close while Connnfticlit repoited substMnlinl Jntmila Uons iv llcinkel if D1220 which is on flight United States hy tiic way ot Hi nrrivod lien at i m fron siion to tlu This room and the kitchen in which the womans body was found are bo ing kept locked and officials decline discuss the case or reveal what clews they have found The coroners Inquest 5nlo Mrs McKitrJcks death is appraently awaiting the outcome of a pathoio plsts report on liis oC ier vsccra The cause of death has been tentatively determined as strang ulation and suffocation by a post mortem Completion of the mile hop Ije twcen the JCuropcan mainland and tbo Azores brot the DI220 to rest at be side of the Junkers hydroairplane which has heen at ITorta tor pome lime with rulirss as n passenirer waitingfor an oporlunily o take off for Xeiv Leaves Vur aCroiiiin NOV uifum of flint Heaeb lias been vis jitiny here the mrjinli left for his home AYcdnesday AUNT HEX Ry vo lifiinl Amy iihoul her upuritlion forly mi cvfi limr slii lolls il Ihe siiijiiviM Inkii mil niofr nl Sinclair Left City The district attorney indicated after revocation of the Sinclair warrant ilmt no action taken agixlnsL the oit unless and until thn Brand now jury lumijeriiiK cintrffes had rcttirnetl an indictment Siiiflair had left tho city when lie j warrant wis ismd lint 1 lay was on and and on bond oC for state anl large meeting would abolish n Des Moines tbruont the other would bold the Five Successive Shocks Break Windows in California The tttrn i wlvn the 1 bave Chief Itistic I answer mil tha vise c inry ntloiu coi ons which meeling in alternate years with district meetings interveninjr A plea for world pence was marie by Mrs Ruth Bryan Qwen diuigh tcr of lenniiifjs your wnis are nil over the warriors gather she said They should guclicr before a single drop of blood is Foster The presidenteJeri it today wonid John After statcsmon the council Itcmlngton luorteTj sun owned by Toe Patloii and tho slorc by him was taken by robbers The job which was pulled1 at Patton store wts eimilar to those at tho store and the Decker I3ackiug plant which havo lakou placs within tho pjist feiv weeks The com Ijination knob wfis knocked off thp safe but tho robbers cither found lhat It was not so easy to knock thn tumblers out on the Pattoii sifc cr they becanio friahtcncd before fin liing their Job Missed S61W Coat A comparatively small corner wna cut out of the skylight glaae sharp cuttinginstrument apparently used as tho glass is of tho wirf reinforced type When entrance in tho slore had Iecn gained tha robber opened tho rear door and carried out their loot Two llKhls wore burning In tlie rear of the store when tlio place wnn fhursday night according to the pro prietors Charles U Tatlon stated tnm thn iobocra must have been in placn two liours to go thru thn thinss and select only tha high qunl Office was predicted deiin unless of men at Towa stnle col preeetlelit js siinttercd at loniilii an elnealor noniiiiatcd from Hie floor ot the convention Others selector by tho nominating eouniiitieu and expected to be elected lo include vieo prepidejits s of Roland Man Announces Possibility of Running for Governor DICs Vov Lars J Skromuio f in DCM Aloines today announied l was a Mint he hi1 for the republican neiiiin lion as sovernor ol Iowa In reiiciiiny this decision Seiiato Skjo dislinliamv a lerod in this Kantit lo Ilie cral siioeks wore feu f i1n t San Obi norlli iis between Hurt and Santa Kill bala comity said sev fell hul a eellnjr tbe inm w ers Nov Ijtiieau ot something or other in announces that America has reached the high est staiulnrd of living ever reached by any nation Yes and if they will just cut down on tho original payments we havo to make from a dollar to 50 cents wo will show yon some liv ing Its an injustice to ask a hard working people to a dollar down It should bo 50 cents down and ift cents when they come to try nnd find it to take it hack Course we dont get meat as as our forrfalhrrM hut we liave our JJIHKT tiid radio Tours WILL I s wail until Henry ronls nn Vou aint any living yet Cady Succumbs While He Hitches Team Funeral Will Be Sunday KKNriKTT Nov Inward 1iidy wl resident of the city and prominent in county attairs for niauy yearsr dead here Ibis morn ingns to was up a team of to work on the roads Mr Cadys body was found by liis and daughter when they observed tbe team standing the barn uuat leilled i is believed tlmt tieart dis ease ilie of ihe aed uirins tien Tie had in ihe for and for io tvas con slablo of this town a position which he held the lime of his death For four years hs was a deputy sheriff of VTorlh county The funeral will be held at 1 oclock Sunday afternoon at the here ftnd burial will U Osaso Ho is suivivod a and v son Jny Cady one of tbe Worth county supervisors I find that the big political issi from Int Iowa at this lime are ImiiiKT properly met at eantlidaey for UOVKMIOI from Uif KC1V1 of the vital present poliLi leal problems lo be Siiuarely mhL air1 I properly solved the field is open unoccupied 1 Theiefore jiliity 10 frotl and iountry T inn Ioicrd io ilie t iiKit It may beeon for mo to be a were Hirciwn om of tine by a series the Southern 1aeific onijiany of its coast Jim route nu ll repairs could be Trains run brlwecn Son fraiuisco and Los Anircles won licit earili shoclis early mday ilsttirliance in SiiiKruifs Olfirr I iulii racked plate I While these developments weie tuppleil at least onejlakinp then were indications that Koverninenl rjfiieiais aside from tlie district courts lie interest ins thiMUfelves in some features of III1 rase notably ihe telephone eon bouveiiii Tllompson for Albert li and an assistanl to Attorney leiicral Thompson nad been asKcd about hy the jirand jury It was considered prolniUle that the ntlrirney make a inivale iniiuiiy io satisfy himsilf ol the status or the situation it rafectd his office The attorney ucnernl to CIISK lie situation in any wav liken uron ol lessup Miss wliere the warrant was i of Sioux Sily Frank of Adei Miss Klizabclh Jray of Ma son cily Taylor oC CorniiiB R Ifciriiesnf nnriingtnn and n T Mourer of Turiunn treasurer Clay D of Ifoincs nnd exec oomniittei member Theodore Council afle the ense erno Stretch Sheffield Is Completed miles of have been lairl on No between he rerro iCordo line and oml part of i the remaining iwr rnllea will sin j faced dnrins ilie next week if wea l The crew finished tiie mile joC hisbway nurti of SueftiAlJ lid vetnrned to tlie work near Chnpin The licurd surface stretch now ex tends nearly two miles north of elm pin iviih the crrw working norlh Shcfieltl The mile of of Sheffield will npelled ike place in L D j by his Loss in Greene Fire Announced as Xm of the loss in he Kvuns lihnner ftoiC Jiere Vrsieniay thai 111 loss is near of as was 11 firsl ieally all of Illf Inns i Game Warden Arrested Bringing in Prisoner With 10 Musk rat Pelts Xov H man lull he wa himself cfnrjru be Arreslilllr Aaroll Col for haviitsr in i bis piisoiwi u Milton d ami THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS A BOOKLET 0M FITTING DRESSES Simple mcllmds of nnkinj cloilicsi fit nro dcsei ibed and in lliis new bulle tin low T aHT patterns hoiv lo fit mclis and can lie lit and y 11 can mnkc cer littini ii future diviprs clear iuslruc lions in this booklet fully tnu of vjlno ivhother nut oj buy them ready made our Washington iiiiunnatioii lii ifail you a copy of this booklet lolling bow to icctly fit and blouses for four in slumps cover post ape and Robbers Board Auto Driven by Wife of Chrysler Official IVedrric J Ilaskin tcior Tlie Mason Itnrran r onciosti iiiicwiiii rone fENTS in slanips for n rojjy i lie Itookh I ITITfNC DICICSSKS SIlTIt Xov MlM iMlicI VteClellan o a plant superintendeiu ihe Chrysler nirdor car eompaiiy kidnupetl ycsierday altcrnoon by two Dieu who held her up in VVoodnard avenue nml forced her to drive them lo Chieaso she advised her hnMiand t by icleplicme today j Mrs McCIelhtn thn sliei j was robbed of an nndetormiticd sum of money she had juat withdivtwn from i i ban but was otherwise She advised her husband that she was with friends in Chicago McClellun for Chicago this mornins with font disclosing the mimes ot iht friends j Cincinnati Man Accused of Killing Wife Elects to Stand Trial I CINCINNATI Ohio Nov Tho insanity bearing for LTeorRe Remus climgetl with his svlfe Mrs Imogene Holmes fiemiis was waived by defense and slate attorneys today aul an agreement reached hat rtemus will o to trial Nov 14 on the charse of first dofircc minvinr Tho agreement to dispense with the insanity beaririir was made at a con ference hetvvefri Ttemiis his cocoun sel Charles Ulstnn Prosecntins Attor ney Chitrks P and his nssistants Carl Remus insanity hearing havo ripened Nov 7 A GOO futcoat which lust arrived at tbo store Thursday and which on a counter in the place was t by the robber Discovered Friday Jtorniiip Tbe robbery was discovered when the sloro was opened Friday morn ins Just what lime it happened is not known Joe found two iarsc piles of suits and overcoats on Ihe floor in tho center of the store Fur ther investigatioh showed general dis order and revealed that n la r JIB amount ot goods was Kane Police wero notified and investigation was beins made by tho department Friday Operations of the robbers who been working in Mason City recently careful jilanning Those win are doinjr the Jobs wear gloves pn that no finfterprlnt marks are visible Tlio time tho officers juako their beats also seems to havo beeti Icarnorj by the robbers and they work when Iho policeman patrolling their nceno of activity is at tho far end ot his beat Grout Kimilarity la seen in the man tier of operation aud the robbcrn seem to he experts at their trade At thni Sterling store Deckers onrl Patlons store I lie eombinatioii Jcnobs wdra knocked from the safes of eh Hun stay on her way from the bank to the Metropolitan M 1C church in North Woodward ave nue here when she informed her bus thn two men both armed jumped into betear The holdup oc curred shortly before oclock VOMIT Iay afternoon Iliiuli SnlvaUon Army VMVV IIAMITOX inirnrlent P 1 Moore of Hi nijl spniicrir the tiy in i h Id aiiirn rnpiln ill 111 Will ihe laps Death Toll in Sydney Ship Crash May Be 45 SYDNEY New South Non niimlrer ot bodies rr covered from the wreckage of that ferryboat CJroycliffe which ivao crushed in a collision with tho British steamship Tahiti yesterday reachett tills afternoon and It was Hint tlie total death roll of tha dlsj1 aster will bo Divers were at work in the hurt at tho sunken boat torlay in an effort recover other bolies since most vf vhn pcrishrd were trapped n the of the ferry boat which sank within three minute of fh rnl lisioti after a terrific explosion in tha entririo room Gtoheanzeite weather figures foj 21 IiKiir period endinsr at T a m Pij d a y Minimum n A I a in H Novemlier was appniently tri up for tin it ilumpril rirsl day i salts a v iru rer i a iniiiiin iiul oijl of POOR PA By Claude Ciillnn   

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