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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 15, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                il IOWA WEATHER Snow tonight much colder in east fcnd central portions Wednesday fclotidy knd continued cola VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED P RESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON IOWA TUESDAY NOV 15 1927 DAILY TIMES NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition i Edited for toe UNTIED PRESS AK13 INTEBNATIONAi NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 32 Corn Belt Committee Re dedicates Itself to Farm Relief DES MCHNES Kov corn belt committee which has spon sored the farm eciuni ity measure in two sessions of con gress rededicated itself to a militant fight for the measure at the con clusion ot its meeting hero early to day nnd condemned Senator Borah o Idaho as a pretended friend of tho ftiimet who had carpiuy critic instead of lending his atdtc the farm cause The resolutions adopted by the coiu1 niitte also ihe report ut the United States chamber of comj nterce survey of the condition of agrij culture as a deliberate attempt by the anostles of Julius Cam PS to suhstitutr sterile proposals for the vital pvovlsj ions of the We declared our Lonvktions thai Senator Tdovah has no right to speaU i for says miej resolution either in the corn holt or in the west andWjedeeply resent his professed in terest in these premises A pretended friend of the farmers ami confessing that agriculture is in dire distress IK save no aid uir toward the orgraniziitiiMis in correctins tlu Weaknesses which he insisted attached to the ilcTVaryHauKtu MIL The committee not only renewed its demand for tho passage of the Me bill withthe tho equalisation fee as tlio heart ot the control but asserted it will reject any proposal which COOLIDGESSON STEPS OUT ON REPORTED FIANCEE SOUTH Nov Florence Trum Ijull has been graduated and Mount college is much nearer Amiierst than Hartford or Plain vilie and a dance is a dance Miss Sarah Kunsig Mount Vernon N tall blonde sophomore had at tlia first formal college affair ot the season no less a heaii than John Cooliclge Woman Who Attempted to Drown Self and Boy Wanted to Join Husband LEET RAISES Pittsburgh Checks Ruins s to Fix Loss Judge Sees Possibility or Willful Disregard of Court Rule Mrs Marie Krivohlavy Planned to Go Back to Creek After Saving Her Baby Son Johnnie From Death in Cold Water Ihe1 FallSinclair mvestisation waa into a new field Dead Placed at 14 Following Explosion of Gas Tank TTriKUttGHf XOC A column of lire and steel shot high into the air A terrific report carried i message of death to an unknown number of persons and struck fear to ov oil jury tampering thrown suddenly today by Justice Frederick Siddons who moved to determine if there had been criminal contempt of his cotirt in the tangle of circumstances which led him to de clare a mistrial in the conspiracy case Sinclairand Albert A lousing her husband who has been dead two years and worry ovri family troubles which have come slnco her husband died led Mrs Jlarie Kriv ohlavy 709 South Van Buren avenuo to attempt to take her own lite aittl thnt oC her year and a hult old Ron Johnnie accordingto the account ivliich she save when interviewed nt against Harry B Fall While the grand jury The local woman improving Tuesday Mercy ItOHpltal reported ta be Mrs Krivohlavy took lier small sou in her arms Monday morning walked about 10 blocks to a point en j was coldand wet nnd carry In s cido to Ret out of tlie cieek Tlie thot that seemed to ba uppermost in he I mind however was to savo I got hold of my boy and got the Mrs Krivohlavy stated When 1 got close enough so that 1 could do ii 1 threw Johnnie on the bank Then I climbed out or tho water myself somehow looked around Tor a building but was none in sight Then I could see the of Mercy hospital I started in the direction of ttuit I j Big Temperature Drop to Accompany Storm AT BAR OF JUSTICE the hearts of a million more A tre mendous concussion reduced scores ol homes and factories to ruins A pall itf black sinoUu turned daylight darkness Such was the explosion which yes terdny spread Kluom thruoul UK s of Former coin Company Are Plaintiffs POXTIAC 1 o IKm Ford wasnamcd in a suit involving filed i circuit court here today by Kcliry ii and his son WiUrcil C in land in behalf oC nearly stocU holdera in the old Lincoln Motor com The Miit out ut tlie tkm in February lj11 Mi Ford hot from tliu Lelnmls Lor the Lincoln Motor then in the hands of receivers Tile hill of complaint filed charges Mr Ford failed to lccp a hal agreement to hity Ihe outstanding stock of the active slocifhiMevs i nliofe beliulf the arc Leland was president an 1 C hcland view preshleni i l lieIMiicoln company The snil is of attorney 1 ih strict when a inclusion I cubit foot sas storage tank of the uiitramJSnuituUle sas company at Reedsale and Foutella street north aide let SMI spread death and destruction ttuuoul the neighborhood Twentyone known dead 11 them fictt had been located this morn Fifty more were JMore ihan HfJO injured hud been treated in I Pittsburgh hospitals fresli rescue workers relieved ttiie tired tneji who had labored tbru juiit the night hy aid of searchlights land flashlights property owners nought to estimate the cost in dollars one however could say more tlnin jllml the loss would run into millions ot dollars Thn damage to the gas i tank which exploded and the two bo jxide it is in excess of All inbuilt iho tanks factories and houses were a twisted mass of wreckage I Plato worth was shat Ilered 1 UayliShc today found firemen and polico still at the of searchingthe i rums for bodies of men believed trapped n cellars and beneath the investigation of the activities of Burns detectives in shadowing the trial jury District Attorney Gordon himself was placed on a committee of three to de termine whether the court should have redress against the persons who brot a sensational halt tothn Tenpot Dome case Thoro Vrobe Looms Tohu K a former district into attorney and James y KasbySmith prominciit Washington lawyer were named as Mr Gordons associates with instructions to investigate Willow creek near the Chicago Grert boy continued its Western passenger depot After thvov iugJohnnie into the icy water she walked in after him Whether it was tho shock oC the icy water or 1ir sound1 of her childs crying that mticic her clianso her mind about a double drowning is not definitely IrnDwn cordinp to her owu account but she 5ot the boy out of the water Out herself and headed towards Mv J hard Dropped on Steps woman made her way the hospital whereshe dropped in an ex hausted condition on tho front steps She was found by members of tho hoj pital torce ana put hi 1 ward whctc shu was given treatmont was kept if the hospital for oC Ho went liome foi thoroly and prosecute ifnecessary Justice Siddons based his order on the affidavits filed with him contain ing remarks attributed to Juror Ed ward J to tho effect that he expected ail automobile a block long at the end of the trial and out lining the activities of the Burns agents in shadowing the jury Meamvhtle District Attorney Gor don today sent before the grand jury Charles G Ktiddy chief of the Burns men brot here for the shadow work Wllliam J Burns and W Sherman Burns also came to court In an effort to disprove charges of William V Mc Mtillin a Burns man that testimony was fabricated by Burns agents hut tho mystery man offered by Me Mulhn to furnish additional details to debris fallen buildings Swaying Had Planned M had been thinking about Uii some said 3 was so lonesome for my husbanil t wanted to go Up There to meet him Monday morning I got up early I was orohig to go alone auil then I thot that I could not leave my little My little boy was sleeping when 1 went in to get him 1 looked at hi so im not bn sleeping so peacefully and I could not hardly think of taking him Bui f could not not to have him anrl T thot wo would go together tip L i Monda night All I cared about when T ot t tho hospital was to savo vai MIB Krivohlftvy t did not care Krivohlavy Mahout myself All 1 wanted was foi little boy to r all right 1 them to take care of Johnnie and J would go back to the Boy Is AU lllghti A lOycarolcl son and R young daughter work and their earnings av supplemented by a small amount aid from the county The income o tho family is not large according meet my husband T up and toolv him picked the bo Me waa sleep walls were pulled down nnd the Ohlc river Luroiior f McUrenor anl the state public service cominiKsiou licgnn of the causo of Hie bhiMt The secret however may rest with the employes of the Uilner Conlejcoitipatiy who were at work overhauling one of the three tanks when theevplosion occtured The tire repahtrew was believed tho government proved not portant as expected and miy culled KWivcll Alfenipts tu jmie While the grand jury was sion counsel for ICidwellservcd notice on Gordon that hewill ask for a hearing next Friday on i motion of tvidwell for a contempt rule against r Jtay Akers tho street car conductor and on Don ihe newspaper reporter who talked with Cidwell and thenmade affidavits to the court Kidwell denied charges against him issrrled Unit if ny was voniniitled il W by Akrrs in In Inlk Iiim nboul tho case ing while I down to tho creek There was sonic ice OIL top of the water and I broke a liole in it Then T dropped Johnnie The sounds that he made hurt me hut T went inlo tnc Haw Hospital Cross Here the local womans story cnme slightly incoherent arid in es not inalco it clear what made her the daughter and tho mother is 1 able to help in a financial way someone has to stay at horns to tii care Johnnie You want to go home and akc care of your children now do yoi Knvolilavy was asked She hesitated Yes I will be giart to so she Little Johnnie wlto was licln racked in the arms ot the daughter j the woman smiled and actad as th ho had completely forgotten but nnj thing had happened LINDY GIVEN REMUS JURY HUBBARD AWARD IS IN MAKING liuiiualious were tliat Mason Jily would get its first real uowfciH Tuesday aflernoon reports continued to arrive hat snow was ialling at and Spencer in ho morning A light flurry of now was reported al Algeria it 10 oclock Before tlie coming of snow lie region about Krnmols urg struck Ry o sleet storm which with lowering covered the tele phone and telegraph wires with hall an inch of ice cans ng poles and lines to hicak down Local officials were 101 anticipating any such trouble as the temperature passing below freezing which would cause the preci pitation to turn to snow DES MOINKS Nov Snbw Tvill blanlcet lowo tonlglat an tomorrow while dro more than 12 degrees fr Charles D Heed government mqteo olojilst forecast today Predictions of 20 degres tempera tttrcs in southeast Iowa with tlv thermometer 15 degrees above ots uliera made Snow wna expected to be heaviest i the east and central portions Slcct Over Jsordnvcst ST Nov Sleet rafn and with occaalona Hashes oC lightninK wore spread ove most oC tho iiorthvvoat today Ten inches of snow had fallen in til vicinity of Vlntte K and most ot tho Black Hilla sections whern Presi dent Coolldgo spent his vacation had up to inches ot snow Tho sleet snapped telephone find telegraph wires hetween thft Twin Cities Omaha ami City The XovUuvestern Bell Telephone company sent out crews from Jtiniieapolia and to repair rlumagre in south ern Minnesota nnrl in South Dakota Ill77urd Iliis Wiscimsin Xnv Apportionment Would Bo in Hands of 5Man Commission GeorgeReinus once Vnown as kint of the and selfconfessed Elayer oC lita wife is snapped acting as his own atloriioy in court Jrt Cin cinnutl O Officiated WithiSix Persons Tentatively Acrl winle1 bljzznr1 in I r many years sweiit down on northern mider a tliem Chiens Troops Have Left Wuhan Chinii TCov Troops oC Gen Ho Chien who tool Che command of composite capital composed of low llanjang and on the retirement of Gen Tans I0 lai1LL have evacuated Hanyanjr At present i here are no Chinese troops in han r R W Walters R I GAL FROWNS ON j GRAIN TARIFFS President Thinks Slump in Rate Would Not Help I Farmers Noted Aviators Attend ing Ceremony i WASHINGTON Nov j Prosideut feels that the prob lem which confronts agriculture would not be aided by a reduction ot Nov The Huhhurd medal of the National Geographic society has been added today to the lone list of decorations and ctalioTis that stand botore the tnift of iharles A Before a dlstiniuished of j Nov AV one had j ters 47 years old chief train dared and courtuerccl tw oceans the i er in iManly for the Kock Island iail niedal awarded for road died at his hotel rootu here Mon achievement in the Field of l day nlsht followingan illness of about lion was presented lo the first trans ia week i Atlantic flyer lust night by 1 Xo arrangeinetita for Coolidge hare been made at this lime j With Air Walters had been an employe The aviators spent a busy day They jof the Kock Island for IIP yeara the Munched nt the white heuse with the last of which lif spent as train clisi President and Mrs Coolidge ex patcher in Jlanly Hi wife died1 seven changed ideas and experiences with years ago it view to theadvancement of trans cepted to Hear Murder Case jWIaconsin last niKlit paralysing traf I aiul closing schools J3eer hunters iu danger oC niarnoncit j the lrift that reached Jonr font depth iKnl traces ho kicked I RUOUbegan falling noui anil contiijued thiiioul the m AUNT HET By Robert Guillen fiPa clidnl enjoy our rip o11iccit5T lie says a slonin radiator may bn more com fortable th H n n fi replacr but lie carvf sen how liie lo bacco chPAvcrs iot Tliis was made clear loday at the wlStte house where it was said Jlr CooliJge had not had an opportunity to thoroly study the reports of a com mission headed hy Charles for mer assistant secretary of commerce which recommended a revision of tar iff and raihoud rates as a means of helping the farmer hy enabling him lo purchase and transport his pro ducts more It wila added however that the president is of the opinion that any change in the larttf would work I the farmer rather tlirm in j his favor Two Osage Cars Are Wrecked in Collision i when LiV Nov Isaacs rir anil Charles Drilins coupe wrecked Sn tinday rifternoon hey came tonethor at AVein bergLrH coriiorn fivo miles town was on No comtnp froni Alasoji City and Dalin came from the south when the cars crashed i Tsanrs received several broken ribs Mnnfunaii al Alixandir nurloidalo llillion iaun llvTfiy l lt III hOMV Mrs EVtcrrf Sat Will Rogers DETROIT Here is the higsrest news S e ever gathered Its a real beat the rest of the press 1 have spent the whole day with Uenvy lori saw and drove in the new car here is you been wailing for for years Oit ready evciy boiiy 1ic he ratliator T didnt notitf whether it foiuwhoels r rive tuo ilnorp or 110 whcthei it tisos Vtnrses or ii pitllcil hy n niotor I the radlatur chanscd was inst sri tlclrlcr7 and orcicutitt f tell you if the thins has Hot fend oceanic flying hud tea at the home of Assistant Secretary McCracken of Ihe j commerce department fornied them into an organization decidedly I unusual and in the evening gathered jat the Washington auditorium for pro Back again the I over for n flinyr at cornerlhp the Amer ican supply of liiiuor Cleoigc Remus faced another tivehoin nicge in court today helpingdetermino upon the 12 women and men who shall iilo whether he Eorteited his life lust Oct fi when he shot and killed Tmogone Holmes Ronins es tranged second wife Thestage today seemed compara tively far removed Despite the fact six tentatively accepieJ jurors were in the jury bos there was small like lihood thrit some of them would stand to be sworn when nil I seats had been occupied Jho defense still had 14 peremptory challenges and the prosecution four Remus was successful yesterday in instns into the irial tlio of following y tllft morning Milwaukee n heavy ruin fell Moniiay jiiprht mul n vlow ers or 1 am to meet Km early iu nuriilng again and may he composrd and can tell you lonioi ahont it hn what iiniriv nnyhnijy to Stovrn warn LUSH havc bo en lo lake shippers Reports from Iromvood pic tured that city almost snow bound and reports from Askilanrl nnrt Ishncminp similar oonrtiLions Xacli of tlioso cxjieriencod that wore lYrmt lo Tour feet iu Franklin Dodso the 1onner gp pro ducecf tho evidence upon ivhich he federal prohibition nse sentatioti of the Hubbard medal The international transoceanic pi lots association was the tide given the organization forme3 here by tJie aviators Col Lindbergh made Albert Ilegenlxirger who flew with to Hawali vlco president i and Edward F Schlce who with Wilj coupling will Podges nsisertcd pos Ham S Block attempted to fly l session of such documents the names daughter sifter and pfrs vcrc stolon cii in was nnd senionced o lanta fcflonii penilcntiiuy acov lo and while ho there won favor of riemws TvOiuus moved thai Chester R Shook onlrr into court with nny papors eight Uis oiuc under IIem us control i Tlie Hir In IO around the world secreturyircnsiirer Mr Us chaiifr ma da uor rtll wlio hare survived trnnFoncan vvhih T ii inotudinj Jtlss Jtnih in Avlitlioii luntiou A rnociincr il jhft coniinorre lueni showcMl thai the rjf one opinion with i o spoci 10 what is necclcHl for the jidi vaiioemctit oi flylnpri Jhia jnchidcii oloso cooperation of slilpphig at sen in ttie prcpnvatlon i IOporlrf of O Nov rndio na a means of gnldnnco 1 Cupt A hris and in mrl poncd ihc stirt nis proposfMl voniliiiRH mile TO New XoiUiniJ At the nf of f today A voriictil u Milt VircjiTUfi Col T Jnilhrirtf U pluisurd to flcUl i lies In ne lioj off in jiirf tlic crunr in him I in h i in t hr V ir 11 o i ildis ii i 11 1 in i 1 IK I rvft1 f Kitiiri wooitff f mnri ow Hop Off on Wednesday THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS VALUABLE APPLE RECIPE BOOKLET Apples havean unlimited variety of uses Apples are excellent additions tj the menu hut tho housewife pairb of new ways of serving them This problem is solved by a book let giviriK 150 recipes for the use of Iliis fruit Yon Cim obtain a copy of this o4 linge booklet thru uiir Washington Information bureau Merely fill oui uid mail tliecoupon lxlfw en four cents in stamps for return aiNl ha Shots Heard Oyef Bring Police Search Started for BrotKer inLaw of New Jersey Inventor Xm investigation started when shot9 were heard over the telephone led to day to search for i brotherinlaw of Herbert O German born Inventor described as 1 former naval officer who was slain n his workshop Sounds that 1 Okie i lawyer heard in IJlizabeth ir milfts ried fiiHt intimation of th Olde talkins to tho invent new gasoline lnard The receiver crushed against a wall Then canio a thud i Olilo telepboneil tho iiolicc ninl Ir L H Uowland mayor of who friuml Slrlstrluierbls body Ibu hack a nil lie hi the skull found six f a calibre the Frvins Piirkir a lolistonnan that a man who irim the workshop yesterday aftertho shiOt ing hiiii handed him a can brarins the name SYbreibtyr and a Cleve land address and stild f huvu just I shot my 1rothernvln The man drovo off in in autnnujbiln witb an other man 1iirker siiih TDarker said SchrrjiVjnr hjid him thai Meirtterkneeht wiiVi and children ij N wlirn Uo Miss Schriebri Mrs Sopblb Melsterkneciil tlie In vectors widow was held under bond and Parker John Htasticr Parkers companion Biid ijlilo under lirvnds all as iKHlinil wil nesses ST LOUJS Nov loot control and waterway develop nent proposals of MaJ Gen Edgar adwin chtec ot army engineers enrt United States Senatoi Harry B lawes were laid boforo the ninth an nual convention oC the JfieaissSppl val association hero Hawes Missouri plan Wout4 horiao a expenditure an uially years by tlie governmtmt tnd placo jurisdiction in fivamonr ter commission composed eC umy engineers two civilian and a member chosen executtvs ability IKcIcey Presides Over Jleetins The two speakers agreed that coK sideration fldod controlj Jon development conservation power and other problems were In harnessing tha waters of the na tions great inlaml rivers and lakes Walter S Dickey publisher at Kansas City JournalPost and a ncei lit promotion of rivev develop ment presided over the session General Jadwlns to the next congress for the pi valley probably will Included said the following Strengtlienlng tho levees and prob ably raising them slightly Morebank protection Spillways in the Tensas and falaja basins Spillways Possibly safetyvalve spillways tri limit ths damage incident to in caBcw flood should occumrven larg er tliaa 3s being definitely provided for s An increase In tho proportion nt ills cost lo be borno by lie Within limits protection by in tlio cheapest method ot restraining flootl waters that Iiccn used HUC nessfiilly ly engrinecrfl theworld over said Jadwhi CHARGES STIFF HOUR QUIZZING Ames Held on Liquor Case Accuses Authorities Vov that hf had been submitted a nili hour by Iowa state authorttirs iu connectlun with tlie appciLancc rf a rtuantity of alcuh from Ihe college chemistry toiifs wore madeyesterday by Charlec A fuiik uttumwa during tcsllnionv M his preliminary hCivriiiGT on 1 LhaiHO inaintaliiinij a liquor nuis AIICIin Clii Iraternlty for iil While luiik wiis heingiiuestioneii iliitj hours during which time he he not allowed lo go to din ner tlio Kiftiia house was raided by officers anil rr quantity of alcohol was found in the rooms oC Funk and several others Funk admitted pOEsessinsr alcohol but said that It was taken from a con tainer marked denatured alcohol 13 us a faco lotion Jrcdtiic J Direclor Tim JljiMin rnfiininiliun tliirfan I I hcrcwJEh fmir ccttts i in slrnups for i of flu AIIIK SI a If Aid issionary LAKE Nov Al K school 01 Crystal dciilcd as t Thanksgiving piojccL to support a native JLJiblfj wn man In India tor this year Tlis Sunday school superintendent asktd a sjiecia offeringbo taken in MMiday school thnt purpose LOCAL O Minimum M 11 Althn snoxv Ft inorc n rain th rain Ba a ihu tini in POOR PA ly Claude Cailari for   

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