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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight and Sunday becoming unsettled in west portion not so coid Sunday AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited tor the Home MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOV tHNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS S0PPLEMENTAX SERVICE JSJQ gQ President Hopes for Bill That Congress Will Accept WASHINGTON Kov 1 Whilo President Coolidgea opposition jto the equalization fee proposal of the bill remains unal tered the chief executive la maintain ing an open mind on tho subject of j agricultural relief and hopes that a I compromise may be effected thai will produce a measure acceptable to con gress and to himself As this announcement was being made at the white house further evi dence of the split In the farm ranks I was seen in conflicting statements is isued yesterday by Senators Brookhart republican and Steck democrat boll I of Iowa Mr Brookhart speaking for the bloc of western Independent republl f can senators demanded that Presiden Coolidgo take a hand In the formula vtlon of a farm relief program In spite Jof the disagreement between farm or as to what form prospec itive legislation should take Senator Steck challenged Brook fjharta Interest and that ofthe west 7ern group In agricultural and criticized his colleague for his fall ure to support the McNaryHaugen bill As announced at thewhite house tha presidents views still call In the of a compromise agreement for the cooperativo marketing plan Iset forth In hla message to congress believes that the proposal of the grange that tariff receipts employee In the marketing of sur fplus crops is worth of study but has given It a great deal of persona because it to the Interest of congress rings to gFROMAUSllN ARE FINED HERE on of Superintendent of Schools Pays on Rum Running Charge Paul Nevin 19 son of the superln tendent schools at Austin find Harry W Calvin also Austin ijaceived sentences on llcnjor trans portation charges when they were ar jaigned beforeJudge M H Kepler ji district court here Nevln wai fined 50 and Calvin was fined I Tho pair were arrested at Garner Tuesday night by Deputy Sheriff 1ST Zieger Officers were on tho look jiut for a runner when a strange car on Main street ana parked the Garner and Savings anlc building One of the men was eft to guard the load and tho othei Disappeared for a short time Deputy Zieger questioned the man Iffho remained on guard and his ques concerning tho contents of the liuto were met with objections The ifflcer was forced to hold the manat point of a revolver A German Vnake automatic gun was taken from flha Austin man Glen Rich Garner came along and She aided Deputy Zieger The second ember of the rum running party jio taken Into custody on his return car and ho was relieved of a Cblt Special Police Bixshodter The two men were brot to theCerro jjGordo county Jail for the right afternoon they were ar before Justice H V Reed Jarnerl Both pleaded guilty to bounty attorneys Informations find returned to Mason City to re elve sentences AUNT HEX By Robert Guillen When Pa lupins tnlkin tabont a poor husband ihes been la me it aint his Sfconscionco boxlhcrin him iHc just wants mo lo hrng on him a Letter Carol Wont Give Up Zizi Communication Revealed to Prejudice Nation Against Prince BUCHAREST Rumania Nov letter written by former Crown Prince Carol to Zizi Lambrlno his first and morganatic wife declar ing he would never cease to consider ilmself her husband is among the documents made public by the govern nent It is believed to prejudice the country against any movement look ng toivard Carols return Documents dealing with Carols three renunciations of right of succes sion to the throne Included a letter written to Premier Bratiano in 191S declaring I will never give up my wife Zlzl The real name of the titian haired Magda Lupescu with whom Carol eloped prior to his third renunciation is revealed in the documents as Leah Wolf daughter of Elisa Fnllc Wanted Regency Position Before the documents were owa Leads Badgers 90 Armil Carries Ball for Marker From One Yard Line public M Monoilescu former secretary of finance who is under being tried on charges of complicity In a plot to bring about the return of Carol declared that the exiled prince did not seek the throne but only membership on tho regency which rules for his S year old son Kins Michael Carol was vonvinced he thcro was a growing demand for a re public and desired to strengthen the regency Tho reference to a Rumanian repub lic startled the courtroom Despite the annulment of our mar riage never cease to consldc myself your Carol wrote to Zizt Lambrlno whom he married In 1918 at Odessa After a Brief honeymoon tha couple was separated Carol was disciplined by his father the lato King Ferdinand and finally sent on a world tour While he was on this tourvthe mar riage was annulled on the technical ground that members of the Rinnan Ian royal family werenot permitted to marry Rumanians Wont Giro Her Up Then in March 1021 Carol married Princess Helen of Greece On Sept 0 191D Carol wrote to1 Bratiano saying Do you believe I am a puppet and do not know what I want You make a mistake I re nounced tho throne only as a last re sort You believe timo will temper everything Whatever Impediments you place In my path I wont give up my wife Zizl BULLETIN CAMP RANDALL Nov lowans scored the first touchdown of the game late in the second quar ter making the score Iowa 9 Wisconsin o CAMP Nov Navy Michigan Chicago Illinois Army Notre Dame JYale Princeton RANDALL The University i SECOND PERIOD IiUsburjch 21 Nebraska 7 of Postpone Selection of Files Successor Until Early in 1928 DBS MOINES Nov successor to HnyFilos as chairman ofthe democratic state committee will be named until after tho tneetint of the national democratic committee In January the state committee ha decided Meanwhile Mrs W E Muulaby Des Moines will be the torn porary head of the state organization Sho assumed tho post by reason of her position as vies chairman Files resigned to enter law partnership in California Mrs Maulsby has Issued a call for a meeting of the state committee in DOE Molncs Jan 10 On the evening oC that day democratic leaders will hold a belated Jackson day banquet A proposal to invite the natlona committee to hold the next democratic national convention In Des Moines un doubtedly will be If you tell your wife you would mar ry again that makes her mad If you tell her you wouldnt on a bet that makes her madder Keiranee Star Courier Will Rogers TOPEKA Nov going thru Kansas cornfields all day yesterday People In this coun trjare so busy gathering corn they cant get cm to hoi er for relief Down south the noil weevil eat enough cotton to keep It high priced Cattle couldnt wait for election year to go up in price If Cal can give me one more year of ratn and holl weevil will cop Wil liam lie ts ten thousand What other man have the re publicans pot who can control the weather and the fnaecls like that John Roach Stivilton and his divine healing Is the only one I can think of oVi hnnd Yours WIM TIOGKUS Copyright III27 Iowa football team was lead ing the Wisconsin eleven here this afternoon by a Iwo point margin about Hie middle of Hie second period The count came as a result of a safely when fell on the hall over the goal line where it had been passed by Ihc Wisconsin center The teams battled to a noth ing to nothing score thruout the opening period with the visitors displaying some cred itable football Armil as sisted greafly in making two first downs in a row for the Hawkeyes marching the ball to the Wisconsin 20 yard lino where ihe Badgers recovered Armils fumble The game was played be fore a homecoming crowd es timated at persons FIRST PERIOD Wisconsin won the toss and chose to receive the kickoff Iowa kicking to Crofoot who returned 15 yards to Wisconsins 38 yard line Crofoot made 2 thru right tackle Kresky fumbled and on the next play Iowa recovered tho ball on Wisconsins 40 yard line Glassgow made 2 yards thru right tackle Armil went thru right guard for 2 more Armil went off left tackle for a yjwd but Iowa was off sido and took a five yard penalty putting tho ball on Wisconsins 40 yard line Glassgow tossed a for Armil that netted Iowa on Towns 31 yard line right guard for 0 yards ward pass to 5 yards Armil sent a short kick that was downed on Wisconsins IS yard line A bad iiass from center was downed by Crofoot on Wisconsins G yard lino Rebholtz from a punt for mation lost a half yard at right guard Rebholtz then punted to Glass Bow who ran the ball from Wiscon sins 15 yard lineto the Badgers 30 yard lino Glassgow lost S yards try ing right tacklo Armils pass over center was Incomplete Armil was spilled without gain trying right end Armi then punted over the goal lino and Wisconsin put tho ball In play on Its own 20 yard line Crofoot went off right tackle for a yard Kresgo fumbled but recovered for a yard loss Rebholtz then punted and Wisconsin then downed the ball Armil hit Armil then picked up another yard thru his left guard Armil again tried left guard adding 3 yards It was Inches short of firstdown Connor was hurt and Wisconsin toolc timo out Glassgow then hit tho left tackle or first down on loivas 44 yard line Pfgnatelll trying left end lost 2 yards Armil went off right guard for 3 yards and Iowa took time out Jt was third down and about 9 to go Armil then pimtort to Crofoot on Wisconsins IS yard lino and the Bad ger captain returned It to Wisconsins own 28 yard line Krcsky went oil left guard Tor n yard Hcbhollz then punted to Glass Sow on Iowas 27 yard line and the Hawkeyo returned It to his own 41 yard line Connor was replaced at left guard by Stevens rigtiatclll went off left tackle for 2 Armi then went thru right guard for Rjnore Armil again went thru center for first down for Iowa on WiHConslns IS yard lino Pignalelll went nround left end for 3 yards Armil then hit right guard j for i yards Tt was third down three to go on a fake doublepass Armil j hruke thru his right tackle for t yards and first down on Wisconsins 35 yard lino Wisconsin again took timo out Ilgnatclll went off left tackle for a scant yard Armil broke thru left guard for 2 First 0 IOTVII 0 SECOND TBRIOD The ball was on Wisconsins 2G yard line It was fourth down with a yard to co Shoemaker replaced ter for Wisconsin Armil made it first down for Iowa by going thru left tackle for 2 yards to Wrlsconslns 24 yarcj line Armil fumbled on the next play but recovered on Wisconsins 27 yard line Wisconsin was held off side on the play however and tho 5 yard penalty put tho ball on Wiscon sins 20 yard line Armil lilt right guard for 2 yards Rose for Kresky Armil fumbled on the next play and Wisconsin recovered on her 20 yard line Rose went off right tackle but Wisconsin was offsido and a penalty of 5 yards put tho ball on her oxvn 15 yard line Rose was stopped behind his line for yard loas On punt formation tile center passed the ball over the goal lino where Crofoot fell on it for a safety giving Iowa two points Score Iowa2 Wisconsin 0 YALEPRINCETON TALE BOWL NEW HAVEN Nov Princeton Tigers were leading the Ynlo eleven here today at the end of the second period G to 0 The Yale team waa playing without tho services of its star back field man Bruce Cahlwell mm NEGRO Crowd Storms Jail to Get Youth Accused of Crim inal Attack COLUMBIA Nov citadel oj justice here became Garland Ferguson Grctns the lynching spot rotHenry Choate IS year old negro a tew hours after his alleged criminal attack yesterday on a white girl here Several hours after officers had taken the negro Into custody at a farm house where a blood stained pis tol was found a band or 3SO men many armed successfully stormeil Iho jail battered tho door with sledge hummers ind captured Choate At the courthouse where large crowds iiad Chuate was said to have confessed beating the girl over the head with a pistol The Rev J J3 Parsons one among a group of prominent citizens who endeavored to allow tho law to take ita comse de clared Ita hoard the confession A noose was placed about tiir neck of tho negro and he was hanged from i second story window o the build ing Sheriff L c Wiley declared he un locked Choatea tell door after the mob rushed the Jail threatening to un loose all prisoners He said the main door was battered down The ifcv Mr Parsons declared the door was un locked from the Inside Elder Faces Home Career or Pictures Lecture Offers Wish of Flyers Husband Lake Region Damage by High Wind as It Moves East MOINES Nov Winter accompanied by flurries of snow rode into Iowa last night on a cold wave that brot freezing tempera tures to all of tho state Today the cold wather will con tlnuu with the thermometer near the freezing at Its max imum the government weather bur eau forecast Temperatures ranging from 15 to 20 degrees should begen oral In the state tonight Flurries of snow fell in the north ern part of the state and reached as far south as Moines yesterday The lowest temperature rccordtd by the weather bureau was IS degrees at Sioux City Charles City reported 20 degrees Omaha and Des Moines 24 Dubutjire Davenport and Keokiik Mercury Takes Tumble CHICAGO Nov whistled Into the lake region at dusk nst night on the wings of an SOmlle gale Tha storm almost tornatlic in spots tore at hoiincs and smaller buildings hi suburbs fringing north Hide of Chi cago bounced over lo touch Hydo park n tho south and then with much oC ts fury spent swept cast and north into Indiana and Michigan A temperature drop of 23 degrees took place In three hours the drop bu Ing from 71 degrees before the storm to 48 above when It had passed An unidentified boy was killed by lightningduring tho storm at Milwau kee Two children were Injured aa winds shrieked thru Springfield 111 Twelve persons were slightly in jured andthousands of dollars worth f dumnge was iiono In the Chicago storm area Several Houses Moved Kilos Center Niles and Morton irove on the citys northwestern Imits bore the brunt of tho property danuige where the wind cut off tele phone and power lines Six houses vere torn from their foundations gar ages were demolished trees unrooted uirt traffic tied up The Hyde park section on the south side also Buffered In Springfield louses were unroofetl while score TURN TO IAGR 13 lany S500 MANLY Xov 12 The IjUthernn hurch bazar was held on Thursday afternoon and evening yuppeiwas served to about 400 persons many of whom were from out of town The amount was about YOUR WEIGHT AND YOUR HEALTH A simple sensible booklet from our Washington information bu reau shows the relation of foods to weight and how to control your weight without using medicines trick diets or apparatus Here are 32 pages of fact and common sense telling in a plain way about vitamins calories pro teins carbohydrates and all the other food essential terms and re BClentlflc facts in everyday language Includes men us for weight Increase or decrease and shows how to make daily men us to keep your weight under con trol without starving or stuffing A Ijelp to every housewife who plans the meals and of especial valueto every one who is over weight or Six cents postage and handling chargo will bring you the booklet Frederic 3 Haskln Direitor The Mason Cilr filobeGazetIo Information Iturcnii Washington C I encloseherewith SIX CENTS in strtinpH or coin for a copy of booklet WEIGHT CON TKOU Name City I Stale Officers Killed in Effort to Halt Boys Auto By standers Hurt OPI Nov tice day In this small southern Ala bama town left in its wake four dead from participation in a spectacular gun battle and two witnesses suffering from bullet wounds Policemen Ed Nix 35 and Lee Clark 45 were fatally wounded last but not before they had brot down Cleve Dauphin 40 and O C Dauphin IS his son Earlier In tho night the two offi cers had attempted to stop a cm driven by young Dauphin ivho was said Co have been making n distur bance Firing at his automobile fulled to stop him and tho youth returned soon afterward with his father Reports of the trouble attracted IL large crowd which dispersed as firing started with tho approach of the po licemen No words were passed by any of the participants and they ad vanced slowly in Iho open firing and reloading tlielr weapons until they fell When the firing ccnacd only was found alive amihe died at a hos pital a few minutes lalor Kfflu Hnvlf an Andalusia supervisor and Orady Paul 17 both wore wounded by stray bullets Davis was carrying her sisters baby which uas Opp police declared xuh Dauphins bore records as liquor law violators North Carolinian Named to Federal Trade Commission WASHINGTON Garland S Ferguson Gre ioro N was appointed a m ns em sion f the increasing Impoitnnce ustry In tho southern atates Ferguson succeeds John ent whoso term recently e WEEKLY WEATHER Upper Mississippi and lower Mis souri rain In Mouth poitionn rind snow in north portions first part jf wcpjt ami again at close wllh fsilr HAilliflr in mid dle portion variable temperature hut montly beldw normal In north portions nml near normal In south portions Algona American Legion Post in Annual Banquet Laird Returns for Talk ALGONA Nov post of tho American Legion last night heW Its Armistice night banquet and dance Thcro were representa tives from other posts 1n the county State Adjutant R J Skin tolrd was back with his home buddies and and orchestra made up of Le gion members supplied the Tha banquet was Hervel by tho members of the Womens auxiliary under the direction oE Mrs Webster unit president and mate chaplain Speakers Included Untiring Com mander Norton several of the past comma riders Mr Laird and W Karl Hall cf Mason city Harry Cioilden post commander presided Air Laird urged tho necessity of carrying on In the face of temporary ndvorsity and Mr Hall illscribed some of the events of the recent Amerlcjin Legion to Prance About a hundred if thj post wove present ami some two rioxcn par tlclpatcj Iji the i YORK Nov ca reer other than flightless donifcstlclty m Panama whiou her husband has Bleated ho desired for her beckoned today to Huth Elder Women can do lots oC things Miss Elder tak ant husbands and homes and families should not Inter fere with them Ive washed a lot of dishes in rny time and I dont Intend to gro back to that riffht away Just what I will do 1 do not know The comely Dixlo flyer who rode a transAtlantic airplane from small town obscurity to fame con fronted with tho choice of a house wifes Job with its attendant dish washing or for motion pic ture vaudevilleand lecture appear ances May Combine Both MissElder who returned from Paris yesterday on tho Aquitanla with her coplloc Capt George Haldcman contemplated tho deci sion with the Emlllng confidence that sho showed when the illfafeil monoplane Amcricnn Glirl took off for Its hour uncompleted flight to Paris a month ago t am sure I can combine domes ticity and a career she declared In tho case of a married woman t all depends on the husband Mfno is very broadjnlnded he Is not a Lyle Woniack the Panama canal Kono salesman who is the husband of Ruth Elder was less interested In discussing plans for the future at least publicly than ho was In greet ing his wife and In locating the re porter who wrote of him as Mr Ruth Womnclc Out for Revenge All I he said as he went down tho bay on tho city tug to seo his returned wife Is to meet the man who said I was Mr Ruth I weigh 170 Ilo is in addition six feet tall a graduate of Iowa state college and a former player Ho wns middleweight boxing1 champion of college ho said InterState Organization Formed to Get Paving for No 55 ROCHESTER Nov 12 representatives from G communities in Minnesota and today organised tho United States hiKhwny Improvement associa tion pledged to obtain paving work for that roiid C A Chapman Rochester was inifcil president and furriest IT Rochester wcretary ami treasurer C Nr Houck Docurah wilt chosen vice president from Iowa and P H Chatfield vice president or Minnesota A board of directors to consist of one representative from each com munity In Minnesota and Iowa repre sented at tho meeting Is to be selected later An executive committee will ilso bo selected with one member from each of the counties affected These counties are Dubuque Clayton Al imakeo and Wlnneahlek in FHImore Goodhue Dakota Ramsey and Henncnln counties In Minnesota No discussion developed ag to what methods are to be pursued In ng the paving of No r5 the gather ing devoting itself chiefly to organIza tlon THE LOCAL Former Governor Says He Got First Word of WASHINGTON Aov Gifford Pinchot former governor of Pennsylvania went before tho grand Jury In tho oil jury tampering Investi gation tolny and later said he had laid before the district attorneys office in formation regarding alleged attempts to tamper with tho FallSinclair Jury by Burns detectives and efforts by the Burns agency to mako It appear that the government was having Improper contacts with members of the jury Tho information Mr Pinchot said waa brot to him on Oct 21 by n Burns operative by the namo of McMullen The detective swore to an elghtpagt statement Pinchot said which told much moro about the case than any thinp that previously had been made public Operator Sought Pinchot On Oct Raid tha governor a man came to mo because said he thot I was on tho level anil ho wanted to information concerning at tempts to fnfluenflo tho FallSinclair ju ry Ho said he was the whole affair and wanted to toll ttift whole T sent him to Owen Roberts Kovernment oil counsel and so far is I know this was tho first In dication of what waa going on Roberts had him tell the story to District Attorney Gordon and this man whoso namo In McMullen sworR to an eightjingo affidavit which very rrracl more than anything that ban nomc ar far It reveals that the Burns detec tives wero not only trying to tamper with tho jury but wero trying to mako it appear that the government was tampering with tho Jury In Session 2 Hours the grand juqy called together for two hours today to consider records of phono calls from Harry F Sinclairs apartment at the Mayflower hotel in effort to deter mlno with whom tho oil operator and aides were In communication dur ing tho trial ISviflence that Henry Mason Day alked from tho apartment with Harry Tcffries at New York and that ua a result Burns agency detectives wero employed to shadow tho trial Jurors was already In the hands of tho Inves tigating body Day who Is vice presi dent of the Sinclair Exploration com pany and Sheldon Clark Chicago vice president ot the Sinclair Refining company aro under bond charged with conspiracy to Influence tho ver lict oC the trial jury It was expected that when the evi dence is all In tho grand Jury will turn either numerous Individual lctments or one indictment Including i number of names several of whlca tiavc not been mentioned in connect 1in with the naval oil Giles Waits Weather in Frisco for Long Flight to New Zealand SAN FRANCISCO Nov Frederick A Giles British aviator to day awaited weather reports beforesetting tho dato for his post poned mile Golden GateNew Zealand flight Plans for taking oft early today were cancelled when weather bureau officials Informed Giles that the attempt would bo sui cidal In view of storm conditions tho Pacific Trade Marks OI3 wvenimerit an fiun national Tiirlo Mark IHlrealt hfiv In riijLstoitrrule marks nf the Southcj n jidup of American Itopublics OIolieGnnotle wcatrr figures for IM period ending at 1 m Sat urilny j Minimum At n m Sun as nmilcil on north lown Katurday was reason of the fuel that it baa licin niOMt n fur thf pasti li by i sonin Tli niKhtH only Il1 of jTjiialint pvvloiis mark Dr thn 1 ii night 1 POOR PA By Claude Gallon mind Id kin off my if In know miy fillirr plni lo nit   

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