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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 9, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Showers probable tonight and Thursday warmer Hi cast ami souiii portions tonight and in southeast por tion Thursday AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for tlie Home TOW A iUWA NQV 9 1927 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 27 OPENING INSTALLMENT Money Love v BfRTON CHAPTER I At 10 on a stormy March morning last year Lily Lexington opened her eyes upon a world that had always been wonderfully kind to her All her life it had treated her like that spoiled child of Fortune that she Was It had coddled her and pampered her 31 had granted every wish and every whim that she had over hart Every one And now it L2 Lily was discontented mid restless ami might have been expected She was exactly like a child who has had too much Too much candy too nmny toys too much Cnn and excite ment She looked like a aptiled child too on thin particular March morning tvith her graygreen eyes full of sleopi her month a sulky velvety bow her goldenrod hair a curly tousled mass above a frowning forehead Oh She yawned stretched herself and sighed deeply In that unhappy sigh was all her dissatisfaction with life in general Then she held up her left hand and looked at the large diamond that decorated her engagement finger Her frown deepened The corners of her month drooped unhappily Oh she sighed once more turning he glittering tliingslowly upon her finKcr and good It must weigh of throe karats Lily that diamond ThreB tho girl repeated lifelessly and from her tone she might have been saying carrots in stead of Somewliero in the Tilg comfortable house a bell rang shrilly and her went to the grilt telephone that aloud on the table besifle her bed If thats Staley Ksleap sha tell said him Im quickly Tell him Ill be home this afternoon at 4 if lift wants to seo Hermother stared at lier to As she sat up in bod the door oftup the receiver 1C Id wanted him the room opened slowly and her in her very best voice But shell be mother poked her head into the openhomo at 5 and she wants you to stay ing It waa a very imposing head Cor dinner crowned with irongray hair dressed What did you tell him that j n a high pompadour jjisked Lily when her mother had hung Youre awake Mrp Lexjto stay for dinner Id have told you Ingtona voice was rich and full but so wouldnt IV Sha was scowling it had a note sharpness in it just now like a beautiful cross baby as her full richlycolored face had a Mrs Lexington shrugged her shoul sharp look about it sometimes iuera Youre going to eat dinner with Sha was tall and heavy but she j him all the rest ot your she moved with a surprising swiftness pointed out sensibly Youre engaged Her pink linen liousedresa crackled like paper some keys in her pocket jingled and her heels clicked on the polished floor as she went around the room pulling up tho shades putting down the windows and lighting the gas logs in tho grate Sho was as full of energy ns an electric fan me see your ring she said pulling ilpa chair to the Eile ot tha bed Her eyes warmed as she looked at and then at her daugh ters lovely sullen face Ive always wanted you to marry Staley Drum mond His ring is just like him sub Vare Organization Gets Easy Victory League Loses in Ohio and youre going to marry tho first of June so you told me last night You care for him dont you 1Aly cronnetl Tint thats no reason why I have to eat every with Iiini from now on is it she iisUccl and yawned again behind tin cers Hi at were like hits of carved ivory Jiminy Ivo seen the man every day for weeks Im tired nf looking nt She shut her fringed eyelids to show how tired she i was i Ill have my uoEfee now j she said J 3Icr mother studied her fot a full I minuto before sle got up from her chair beside tho bed Then she shook her handsome head Well I glvo you up decided then Hero you are engaged to marry a man who can ptve yon eveiythinpr worth In youre as Indifferent about him as you can bel Any other jlrl in this town ivould give her eyeteeth to be wearing that ring on your finger this morning Im suro I dont understand But j you at all I thot youd like me to he probably to see yoniask him horo for shak iis way down ishe a cold sprightly air Hes been engaged to you less than 12 hours ana You heard what I said Lily in terrupted and her lips came together with a snap She dropped back upon Ing her head she of the down the stairs fov the cot feo tray Lily lay perfectly still staring up at Sho wasnt at all sure that she un dcrstood Last night FIO hart morning been fillfil ELECTION RESULTS SEEN AT A GLANCE THK ASSOCIATKI YORK STATE Uov Smith triumphed in fight against constitutional amendment would provide for gubernatorial elections in presidential years Re publicans retained control of lower brunch of legislature DETROIT Mayor lohn Smith avowed wet apparently was defeated by John C of Lindbeigh in vote D SiunpsoH republican apparently wafc elected Kovernor over 1 C W Bfckmaii democrat opponent of parimutu els democrats charRe frauds two killings hiringvotine mach ine triumphed in the easy victory of Harry A who defeated J Hampton Moor independent for mayor W Roper Princeton football coach iu elected city SANTA FK N fa vored a constitutional amendmenl chJuigins the term of state officers front two to four years former governor Harry Davis to aho ish city manager government de featert x S A X F R X C I S C 9olph eleetetl mayor for JCll term ot four 3enrs E Power former postmaster Flood Relief Is Pushed in New England College Students State Tvoops Aid in Helping Stricken Towns I steadily to tho fore today Englands flood devastated YORFCr Nov new personal triumph for Oov Alfred K Smith has been recorded today by the BOSTON Xov work of relief and reconstruction pushed in JCew area It wns a fight against tima for the Cirst touches oC winter were making themselves felt in the water soaked villages of northern Vermont and western Massachusetts Tho Bosion Maine railroad lias re sumed service to cut otC since the storm brolto and will temporarily route Its trains RO that the main line to the west will be left for bringing supplies from New York state from which this city probably will have to obtain its niJk tfiiota for some time to come Heads Relief At Montpflier John Works took the initiative in calling to cnther heads of departments and nam ing which wero witli spurring the plans for recon struction i College students took a hand in the situation with the announcement from j Hanover thnt Dartmouth under graduates would go to Hartford tomor row to belp in any way possible j Smith college students at North hiunpton did their part by aid inp in feeding1 clothing1 and hoiising 200 refugees left homeless by llic Con necticut rivers inundation ot tho low er sections oE the city The girls con tributed of their own wardrobes tr the needy Korthern Vevmont anil tho shat tered towns ot tho illfated valley however remained tbeveai dis tress zone and it wns there lint the army was concentrating its with Din establishment of hoadquar Kninduuclo of elected miiynr of Detroit over John Smith Incumbent yesterday LddRO nu avowed dry ciuuliilato while Smith had announced it mis impos sible to enforce the prohibition laws nudr no campaign Blue Island Club Is Wrecked and Suburban Homes Damaged CHICAGO Xav A dyna mite bomb wrecked a gambling club in Blue Jsland a suburb early today j ill what police interpreted as the first action in a gambling war Added to the list gestures in snrnb ling terrorist or cabaret upheavals are the following Three bombings two men shot to death one slashed possibly fatally and six men Indicted for past bomb in KS I The Blue Island explosion was heard for more than a mile It vtr Itiiiilly destroyed tho Blue Island so club and shattered windows for Damage was estimat her pillow and turned her brilliant gaze upon the celling j triumph and happiness when she had It was Staley Drummond on thowalked into the houso ivlth telephone nncl Mrs Tjexlngton gave Drummomls kiss on her month and him Lilys message Shes going out his this afternoon she toM him diamond upon her finper 1TRX TO PAttK in For terfi at Hurlington Get No Disease Reports Tho Vermont state board of health instead i has linen I hour scrrice in f sending preventive serums to flooded opposition I towns and thus far no reports of Iowa Congressman Insists on Fee Clause In Farm of X6w York state in the decisive defeat or n proposed tional to make governors elected u presidential years of every two years Hallying hjhind Smiths lo the measure the voters buried t lie disease have been received j iuoposal under nn of A steamer from Port Kent N T Returns from twobrot 10 MO trentmiMits for typhoid vac thirds oC the state showed the plan cl nations to Burlington while chtorin 79 Per Cent of Crop in State Escaped Damage Re ports Say DBS Freczfs Tho club just outside the Chuago fily limits anrt the police thot Cliica so RHmUlevs it the closing of tlicir by a policy oiripr mfslit liaxe boon enraged nver the Blue Tslanrt clubs hotler hick Apnrfinmt llnnsia Uoinlicrt Two side apartment house hoiiibecl lust niKht Col janni the owner snltl he rsecnlly hnd rernivnl threatening lilnckliand letters Puulnnd Frank Scollo brothers shot to lenth in mysterious fash ion in opened fish market liist night George Lynch police lieu tenant said the Rlnylngs might have MO1NKS Nov 9 AP been by blackhandcrs nearly every night for tlio past week dried corn and made husk Inff easier while seasonable day temcoiitrncl with pcratttres nided farm work nnd inp the weekly weather and crop re port by Charles Rcnl di rector oC tiie Iowa weather nnd crop bureau said loiinj JtusUlnp msjdc jool inogrnss siltho In sotno parts or lip SIHUthe corn has only recently dried sufficiently to justify husking In th more ad Joseph cnbaret entertainer said to have broken a a wreli one cabaret to accept Oil i with T rival plarc In seriotis cnndlltnn toda becvusn of 12 sfnjlHfi on his fmT neck nnrt body inflicted by three nnlrtenti fied 1 The police sought an nl UeiUenanL of n leader in liiiunr nnd sun men synrlicntps jwhn was wild to hiive held an interest northwes husking iounties nearly hs been dons he a nuijority or more tlKijj ingapparatus was being rnsheil thorr Dickinson Asks United Front on Relief Question for MidWest Xov There ba nn en utilization fee in the new farm bill to bo introduced in congress or there will be nn equaliza tion fight in thft next iiolitienl cnm paign Rep L J Dickinson ot Iowa declared in a statement issued here Politically a uuitetl front for both the statement is without foundation or warrant oE fact The author of tiie statement that the cnunllzntlon principal has been abandoned hy nil except one or two supporters is better acquainted with the sentiment in the top story his office building than with that the farmers of the time eight other supplies which the governor VVork on highways is being pressed Most the same lamendments for had conducted a vigorous statewide campaign in which he clashed several times with Col Theodore HooseveK appeared from Incomplete returns to have been given favorable majorities almost as great iav Htnilli Ts Bemocratic chirftains reRardcil the vole ns emphatic approve of tho of tlio year reported range from as little is 12 bushels an aero in the western j lo be used in purifying polluted waterpart of Hloiy county to GO bushels on a number of farms in western coun ties The nunlity ranges from light to i n order thai supplies may be assured chaffy to excellent and there is a snr befcasnorfd midj leadership of r0v Smith and saw lie west iL fm bft j Representative Blckinson said com for the presidoiitial nom iiintion In promises appear in the offing A Dlrin offered liy tJecretary of Agricitl ture Jardino differs from that ot tho ilcNnryIIaugen bill in scvernl par plortiun of assemblymen ihe1 principle antipersonnel should be the j ticulars First there is a difference in missing romplcxion of the neu Blogan lor the middle west the selection of the personnel of thr assembly stood ienublkin gressman said r farm board to be created and secondcrats Gi Any tendency to divide our InflujlY inder Ida plan iho loss comes onij K Hancock encs will be harmful lo our cause of tho ievnlvini fund while under thr j Syracuse elected aift approacliins a climax for tho farm McXnrylhuiBen hill tho loss is ro tie disti iotto cause Our program ivas outlined inj videil for in the of an errua ur jnpnlilicin i 1 t IIQ department oC acrlcultuie riv tion I number o prlsiiisy small amount of soft coin reports from hundred of crop reporters of tho weather and crop service show that 7f per cent of the corn in Iowa escaped frost dam age which is about the averngo for the past five years that caught by has dried out more thai has soured There is some coniphiint of years aso under the leadership of ihe lata Secretaij Henry Wallace It has continued to gain support from that flay to Representative JMckiu ton said Gnlns More Support It his continued to sain aupnort until the measure for farm relief mer modify Both contain Hie vision for price control republican of consrifwinan I Nov eed tiie Slirldon Ilark wealthy oil n e jppiihliean jand of I All socialist cuiulidales wera dnJ joined tbo procession of tliosi same pro fonted incliiliiiR Jiisticc fanliavc maivlicrl licforc the ihe crib lint ibis complaint i perlVetcd is small whn compared with the last Official Second to ithrce sW i 1 j i n r i o 11 i s i n o i a i ly s Decline LO AnSWer altlm snmo is late ami nol well estiihlfslicif Moisture is g innple and ute for wj liter hv i iv Mm Ari Indicted i Six iinn wrrc indiclcd Labor boinliors in cionncfrl Ion llic stnlns ntlirncH now drive npahist tcnvrists rjtjtl otfort to rounncl thr hombinp of he State thoafrr in Hnn I ycstcrtlay with tho Chi diHordorri Thp polico lid Htill was dampen on thn I riOO 01 marc Chicago gamMinp houses today nftcr harl run wide open for monthn Despite tho stutc mont in of Mlrhae MnKhps general suncrintpnclcjnt of po lice Uio plarps would rrinaln closed Ihe uiuloT world continued tf with rumors thnt nil woultl Tin will soon IH a now lino tip of n fovn inU pr nioction HyiuUcatu had hcon 1 IPolice Find Loot in St Louis Grandson of Mrs McKitrick and Pal Living in Style in Hotel ST LOUIS Tvov Dreams of opera careers were shattered for Leonard Cota and Howard Kramer today as they faced of having slain Colas aged Sraildmother Mrs Me Kilrlck who WHS strangled o death and rubbed at her Zwinfilc home Nov 1 Stains of rouse which first at tracted attention of detectives to them yesterday werstill on their lips and cheeks as they awoke this morning with mnrccllert hnir nwxy and remem bered that Mrs McKitrick was dead They did not know until a late hour last night that she had died and when deleclives told Ihom Cota broke down and cried Thinking that makeup wns neces sary for nil operatic career tho two youths inul visited beauty parlurs ob tiiincd marcels had their eyebrows pencilled and their lips and checks heavily coated with rouge II was their makeup which first attracted the attention of detectives as they a hotel late ycsordny Coin Recites Cota IS a native of AHoona told police that Kramer and h5 had roliljcd sirs MeKitrlck of approximate ly in cash and a large amount of securities which he said they In tended to uso in trainingthemselves for careers in grand opera Ho said intended to return the securities AtlvlRcs from Altaonn Bald Cota was arrested thcro Sept 27 chntRcd with scllinpr ii inortRaEcd automobile but that the caso was settled Ho loft 2fi saying that lie wns lo a lumber camp in tho north ern part oC Ilio slnte In his confcssinn lo detectives Cota wild ho nnd TCramer hml rowed Mil witli which they tnado a piiymeiu nf on a car ana Tnvo to Zwinslo to tho money which ho knew lin knpt in the house hprauKe of her Irvuof linnks lolil her that it Leonard Oliver in order d pain ad Rudd Albert Lea and Mankato Robbers Thot at Marshalltown Identification of 1 band of ivhich baa been victimizing northern Iowa nnd southern Minnesota for the past month is believed near as tho re sult of the accident near Marshalltown Tuesday in which one oC the alleged members of ihe band was Seriously in jured Ioo and Waller Patton who want to Marsballiown with Xijrht Captain Innies liuchanan Tuesday aft ernoon identified about worth of clothinij taken from tho Patton store on the night of Thursday Xov This clothlnp was found in thft wrecked Hudson coach which had been seen with three other cars near shalltowft Tuesday boforo the accident in which the driver was mjtued lindd Cur IrtcnHtlcrt ot one oC tho the TUilek sedan which was stolen from Mankato at the ot t Jewelry store robbery there anrt which used in tho attempted rob bery of tha Farmers State bank at Rudd early Tuesday morning tho band with practically every onp of tho major robberies which been staged In this ot the country in tii3 pnst few weekn T rilassco chief of police Tuesday expressed tht beliPC that the mystery cars two of which arc said to havebeen driven hy women instead oE maklnjf a break to get out of Iowa liart gone Into hidingIn Marshalltown and that mem bers tho robber Kanp might stage a flplit to deliver tho Injured from the hospital Jewelry films FminiT This belief was liorno out by a tele phone commiinlnatton to tho chief that the Biiick sedan corref ponding In fie TITKX TO in IUHN TO 5 UNKER TAKES FENSE STAND Questions com One func tlons thru a cooperative agency am tlie other thru stabilization corpora tions with n nominal capital stock owned by properly organized com modity In the lasl named case Representative Dickinsor claims would bo without inanlcnl re Ited a majority vote In both house ot congress When It la asertefl thai j with no means of repay any portion of that farm relief meas I mcnt sovernment funds except by baa been abnndoned hy the west TlRX TO F A fir AUNT HET Py Robert Quillcn willi fa nil Ihoso ycfirs lias fnnglit mo Hint il ftiui no hifk lo Inintlli i liiisbaml if you don iniifli lo him I if Torn bifjik Rogers SANTA FE X Nov Just messing around seeing some of our wonderful country Here in Santa Fe the oldest town In America the tourists say Oh ftront the penplo qtiafnt nnd unique T wonder what they do and think about11 Well yesterday they voted on the samo thing Xew York state did whether to keep a governor Iwo years or four So them is politics people have thn same wurries I think 1 sroicriiar should set four years and iho uth life As we liecomp more PJI UshlPiiPil wwill our Mokcrs llopyrisht in ken of Manhattan thn only his party on the bench in the VARE CROWD WINS Xov The republican organisation under the learfcrsliip of S is sliil In the saddle in fhMa The entire organisation ticket bend ed by Harry A 1or mayor wns swept inlo office by overwhelm ing pInrnlitieK Macknys majority over f Hainpj i ton Mourc citizens parly of the districts 111 the city was I i Nare said the heavy republican vote wns n notice to Hie country that Philadelphia was still the stronghold of republicanism M lte Is oC the citizens party is aerted many Irregularities had TLRN TO PAfil4 5 one of ffnind jury investigating the jury I nle tampering charges in the FallSinclair trial He remained before the Inquisitor s brief five minutes during which he re to testify but whether on the ground it might incriminate was not disclosed Clark Is an offi cial of one of Harry F Sinclairs oil companies nnd his mark Iho second Sinclair oftiehil lo choose Eiich i course ClKirsn Filed Against Day Henry Mason Day the other reluc tant witness wns haled before the courts after his refusal and til itimately charged in a warrant for himself and Slnclnlr with conspir to influence life verdict of the oil jury The prosecution however declined lo sny whether the same action would he taken asainst The Sinclair official wns called be for the srand jury for as to whether he bad any connection ho must ID ni un piri is a and tins to bawl him Timrs federal today wh Mankato Man Explains Why Questioned Dividend Pay ments Were Made MAXKATO IremiLms un camtal stock wore used y the MimirpoiM joint atock bunk 10 pay because HH olnpis other banks did cionu rormer viun jl Minih conspiracy and fraud trial Otto Koennecke German Flyer on Way to U been tween the Hums detectives who shad owed tho jury nnd Sinclair hut after bis failure to testify he UMS excused until tomorrow when a serifs of rives lions will bo put to him Just as done in the Day case Irolie Is Continued Is Rpnortprl RvnW the mint ib DIOKC r1 nfit lie o as n witness ncalnut himself Clnrk out of the way for tlir day Ihe piund jury contimicil to v iiinlnc who mipht know nl improper activities of thn Including the latest elnrpre thnt twr jiimrs WPIP nnpronrhiM almost witli In Ihr nf 1lip cmirlhniw Xov Tlifor eign of ice was advised today by man consul JH Indln thru Olio stt out to fly to thn Lnitiid Stairs way of tlic Orient Is ill and penniless and o nbuidon his plane nnd jptnrj home The forrlsn nfflff liildprslnivlr this murks the end of liie iiifaterl attempt j THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS A BOOKLET ON FITTING DRESSES Guesswork is right when tt hits but it a gir ment fit rjglit Accurate Told in plnnf and in clear cnnbleanj to make clothes Hint fit and to remodel mlfifits intu ElliJpe No two figures are and should be to til vou not else rt few jtmiirn Tliis booklet by Niiort rujtlior hr by every wrunnn who things made right Sent to nny reader for the coipu iml Xnls in Ireileric 1 llaskln Director I Tlu I information HnrPiin D C I oiicliisi Jicrcivilli rOLlt CKNTS in stjimjis for n riipy of HIP booklet KITTIM DICKSSKS I AND Name Wisconsin Killings Thot t Have Been Work of Rival Rum Gang tlic firs lo knew if at IPUS Kinks ivliluli NCI the profits nnd liividenils The with breaki se 5aiil a iloOTn other prcniittins np In used them for KovermiiPiit chnrges that bank the law resnlntinjr joint In using tiie premi ums dividends that furthermore stock K Xov greatest miuiliunt In ihe hlstoiy southeastern Wisconsin is hi full swinx n in effort to apprehend the slayers of Mrs lOimua Grcenwalil SiiJiivit iiii Mount Itoreb woman w ravislied rubbed nnd strangled in1 rxllulnr nxl CJraef pretty JS ycnr old Milwaukee shI llijackcr ensafcd In n Mur are bold responsible by police i he fiivetnvalil outrage in which the womnn lost her life ami her bus Alvhi also so was bcntun and left for at liie Tin Ciraf irls body wns found 1 in UK iho lind been missing since tiie nlsht of Oct 11 when she went tor nn automo bile ridr with n nun she hu never Mrs Crcenwald slip had been strangled to death Police 1 that Ilrpcnwnhl uhr rlny Hjiy has admitted transport alcohol between Chicago nml c nsiii jiolntK wns bnltpd members if a rum with which his small er nitrations hud interfered Grefii wnld belipvp beaten by eiipinics in this for tile Wiscon sin nf Iliiy Hint to have been family wounilctl and JPI Ills kiiliiuppini tinwornj nn fell she tno a In their liimiittcrl M live The is by inipsti cirirnr in 1 iT n f i ii rn till Of 110 SHORTERHOURS Association Meets in Minne apolis Tho President Is in Jail MIXXKAPOLtS Xov Compensation or relict for its mem bers between jobs Is olio problem facing the International Brotherhood Welfare association better known as the International Hoboes association antiuni convention here today t Shorter hours of work and elimina tion ot feea charged hy employment igcruifS will IKS sought by tho con iention TIic rtecMed to establish permanent heatlnuarters In llinne upolis nml appointed a committee to hir n Tho headquarters will lave a freo employment bureau aleep ng inarlers and probably a com A movJiiRfigure altho he not an of floor is 1 rimes Kails How Harvard wclfavo worker million Tiro nnd organizer of tha socintion Ho was busy illrivals to suitable flops and keep Ing an eya tho convention bust V C Anderson Cincinnati tary In cvTllIngtho convention tn ordeiyesterday explained that tho iirflsiflent Xirhota Klein had been rtn in nnelnnati by nn unsym pathetic nnrney Haughey Den vnr was nmnrrt temporary chairman wpaihcr flRiircs for 21 t ending at a m Maxinninl i Minimum At a m I If is such i as a POOR PA tty Clauclo Callan o ntliir uay iiiiniiV Slir dor linyiii1 fi HIP s it   

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