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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Cloudy and somewhat unsettled to Ight arid Friday not much change In temperature AND MASON CITY MMTii IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for tte Home VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED FHESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY 17 1927 UNITED PRESS AND K13WB SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 34 U S Gunboat Ordered to Scene of Other Disorders SHANGHAI China Nov a result of reported dfs orders at ho United States gunboat Aslicvilln has hccn scut Iron Hongkong to YIICIIC Itonir by lie commander of lie China patrol Tho gunboat is to investigate the disturbance HONGKONG China Nov AP The labor party under Chang Pat Ful has attempted to seize Canton reports from there to Chinese sources here say Trouble broke out when the attempt was made at S oclocklast night Gunfire between the contending par i tics kept up all and at 4 oclock this morning became very heavy Desultory firing continued until S a m Martial law hns been declared The crates to the foreign settlement have been closed According to the reports u has been definitely established thai the labor elements in making a bold bid for Canton have seized and occupied the telegraph oEfioe Members or the union distributed leaflets thruout the pity bearing the slogan down will ChaiSum tThe Canton scneralis Gon ChaiSnm was chief officer at Canton under the former national ist commander Gen Chiang KaiShek Following the disintegration the Canton nationalist movement last April LI chaiSum continued as com garrison at Canton and to suppresstiig1 the ex tremist element in tho tasiialfjr List SHANGHAI Chliin along railway north of Minskwang is Indicated in the at Nanking of serious casualty cnses It that nationaliata imcler ticnoral jlo VinjClilns at tiieJierl tbn forces of ibe northern com mander generalSun ChuanFang on a wide front only to suffer the most severe IGPCS especially from machine zun live One nationalist tiiviaion WIR cleei mated Another reduced lo 10 or 50 men Remus Trial Proves to Be DrawingCard Crowds Expect Spectacular From Notorious Defend antAttorney CIXCIXXATI Nov Completion the jury in George Remus murder triiil was 30 minutes to a week away today depending upon tho use by prosecution and de fense of challenges but Ihe trial con tinued as a great dramatic attraction for the hundreds who have tried to force their way inside the little court room Despite the uninterestingstage Into which the routine selection oE tlve jurors dropped late yesterday there was the evcrpresent possibility that Remus the lawyer might arise out of Remus tile defendant and n iect a spectacular display of pyro technics into his fight to escape pun ishment Cor shooting his estranged wife Imogene here last Oct 6 Heinus a Headlhier Three times that occurred ycster day Once that the field of temporary insanity he broad ened He lost that tilt to Cliarles P Taft Hamilton county prose cutor Again Remus demanded federal department of labor records be sub Taft again won tho decision Vor thft third timo Remus thB law yer arose and In an impassioned tIea demanded that Judge Chester R Shook make Taft tell tlie whereabouts of Franklin TJ Dodge held by Remus to be his nemesis and arch enemy and again the youthful prose cutor won the decision In a ruling from tho bench A fourth sally of Counsel Remus was in behalc newspaper reporters Prosecutor related to a Cincinnati publisher customarily re fern to newspaper reports as not necessarily while rtuestlon ing veniremen Kemus demanded that Judge Shoolc force Mr Taft to point out any news story had contained inaccuracies Klcvnn Jurors Available prospective jurors ivere available today after five throe wom en and two men were dismissed yes terday by peremptory challenges After of the twelfth juror lorlay it was Mr Tafts turn to ex ercise a peremptory challenge noo of this remaining three The defenss had an even dozen per ttnptory challenges loft today He do rlined to say whether he would dls lodge any of those already placed hut explained tho Ohio law which makes the exercising of peremptory chal lenges at this stage a battle wiU between opposing counsel Philadelphia Address of President Will Be Broadcast PllIfADKLPlIIA Nov President Coolidge be the gueat of the Union leaguetoiitfrht and will re ceive the leagues gold medal for dia public service aixl a certiti of hunoiuiy in tiio dub Mr Joolidsu will be the third pievi dent to receive the ieasues gold modal a nd thefirnt to receive both the rnediil and certificate of honorary membership Presidents Lilicoln and lohnson were the other recipients of tiic medal while honorary membership thus far has been conferred on Prea Harrison JIcKinley Roosevelt and Taft The president is due here at p m He will go at ones to the Union league where he will deliver an ad dress at the Founders day dinner at S oclock The speech will ho broadcast station WOO Woman Dies After Seeing Youth Run Over by Automobile CHICAGO Mabel Smith 20 screamed last night as she saw n youns boy run into the slvcot ill the nith ot the car in whih shi was n passenger She honrrl his body strike the pavement The driver slopped while beneath the car thehoy sought to extricate himself Tlie driver believing the ear had notjhit him started forward Mrs Smith in tho rear seat looltcd out to sec a wheel pass over the boys leg Tho woman collapsed and died al most Instantly The boy a block be hind pot to his feet uninjured except for bruises and ahoolc an angry fist at tlie car At the Hands of the President Land Grant College Men Have Own Plans for Farm Aid CHICAGO Xov inanent farm relief arijnst nienls of many national problems In adilitJon to agricultural legislation T special committoe reported today to the Anierican association of land grant colleges and universities Agricultural legislation is a tar broader nuestion than i slngio act of congress designed to alleviato the present the report saitl iAny proposal tliatconfuses the minds of the puhlic by encouraging the Ictea that a singlo emergency re lief act would meet the difficulties under which the farmer operates prejudicial to the Interests of agrii I Some of the methods for hasteninc Improvement of the conditions of the farmer were summarized by the com mittee as follows Sens rrodurtioii Control Control of surpluses thru mont in acreage and number of live stock withholding new land from cul tivation greater uso of storage faiili ties marUetlng and favorable and sound farm legislation Xo further development ot land for farming and development a far sighted land policy Formulation of state programs for canalizing the tax burden of rates and prompt action in putting Into effect readjust ments as can ba made credit from the federal In termediate credit banks available to cooperative buying associations ab well as cooperative seizingorganisa tions Keep Tariff Rates Kqual Alleviation ot farm labor situation thru some other method than inorli fication of Smmigaton laws Keeping taritt on agricultural products on a level with those on other products of Industry i TCnactment oC hroail permanent Ini islation tliat will enable ayricnlture to meet emergencies as they arise and that will provide for equalization with reference to luxation tariff freight j rates and a sound policy for1 credit facilities PAYS FOR SLAYING Four States Join to Limit Expense Accounts Three dollnrs in cash ami two dlu FLYER IS HELD BACK This photo reconls a notable scene in the history of the American people president of States handing the first nonstoii transAtlantic Cnl Charles A Ijliiilbergh the coveted anil rare Hubbnrd medal awarded by tho National Geographic society tot decfls Unit mark nu advance m science Col Muduergh JM tho eighth iierson eve i1 to rcclelvo tho medal GOV FRED GREEN POLICE AID IS IS SNOWBOUND UNDERARREST Michigan Executive and Inside Man Accused of Party Marooned at Shooting Illinoisian Lake Camp I During Raid CHICAGO Nov SOUTH J3ELOIT Xov ENATOR BUYS STOLEN AUTO AUNT HEX By Robert Ouillen When Pa comes home fnlkin in tliat imponant lone o voice I never know whether hes mnde n good or got his name in he Weekly Glnrion Ralte Hushing Xearly Over Xov onehalf oC tho farmers are thru with their corn husking Tho recent bad weather linn held np thework The results of hush in a number of fields were disap j DoinlinK Will Rogers DODGE CITY Nov Hearllino In papers today said Ruth Elder bids goodbye to hus band and semis him back to Pana Mora women envy over that than anything she has done Thousands of women wouldnt carr to hiaio tho Atlantic but would love to send their husbands to ama I think this fellow nonius who Is on trial should bo a horo to us men He ia the only man in our time Hint hafl bad the foresight lo shoot his wifo first Tours for equality iu sex in fire arms practice after mnrrlagp WILL Minnesotan Helps Police Lo cate Car Thief at Marshalltown 17 A I United Htates Senator Thomas D Schall ot Minnesota learning that lie lm7 Ijecn tricked into buying a stolen automobile supplied informa tion to authorities which lei arrest of the ear salesman at Jtcir sliftiltoivn The man from whom the senator hot tile automobile will ho returned to this city Thursday lo face charges here Georgs Hitchcock an automobile salesman notified police when he saw the auto which had been stolen from bis home more than a 5rear ago Police trailed tho car to Senator Schalls homo and were informed that ha was the owner of thorcar Investi gation revealed that be had purchased the machine from the man bcl nt Arrested at MnrslmlKown MARSHALLTOWN Xov fVP A M Glnzer employed by a local lire shop wns arrested by local police at the request of Minneapolis officials and taken thereMonday to ace a bnd check charge Nothing known here of any connection ith an automobile Stehn Learns It Was Just a Little Joke Check No Good no uooxj CARPEXTEn Xov a little JoUe on storm that mvept tho nortliern lakes itas aubsiiieii but tho seasonal cold it lvot stuck to tho entire midwest lo Oriy Tiles of In north prn Wisconsin and upper Michigan ami driven to shelter on j Superior was moving cautiously over seas still far from I Gov Fred Green of Michigan and a party of deer hunters were believed snowbound In a wilderness camp near Grand Marais on Lake Superior There was little fear for their safety but it was possible that it might be a week before ploughs could cut a path thru hugo drifts Isolating the governors party from the world party Is tooicing for n camli who will stand foursrmare fac ll ISnpirtfi Beyer 21 years old wlio ad mitted thnt he earned commissions by supplying dence of liquor law violations was in Winncbago county jail today facing a chargo of miifrter as the result of the fatal shooting of William Fetroff during a raid on t bar at Potroffs homo on Wednesday Beyer contends that Petroft was shot accidentally wiien Petroff lurched at him as be held a glnss of liquor in one hnnd and his pistol in the other Following tho shooting Beyer took Tohn Kay bartender to police head quarters leaving JetrofC wounded on the floor officers assert Reporting to Chief of Police William Moodk Beyer told or the shooting DES MOJNUS Nor In a session behind closed doors this morning the Fanners union adopted a rcsolutloit denouncing Ihe formation of large corpora lions to buy and control farm A graduated land tax was rec ommended by tho convention as a means or combatting Iheir fears Hint the control of business orer ngrlcttlture might become a real ity CES MOINES Xov split in the ranks of the fanners union loomed today at the national convention here following the failure of from four states who led an attack upon tho present adminis ration last night to obtain ratifica tion of a proposal to limit the salaries ot officials The proposal made by John A Simpson of Oklahoma City re ceived the support of delegations from Illinois South Dakota Nebraska and Oklahoma It was Indicated that since the minority faction bad not proposed opposition candidate to run against President c S Barrett of Union City the four elates may withdraw from tho union Mr Simpson refused to coneirm the report that B M Pol lard of Kehawka hla candidate for president would not bo nominated Salary Trouble Rife Tjargo salaries and excessive allow ances for traveling expenses Ihe faa tlon led by Mr Simpson declared made the finmars Union virtually bankrupt and made n breakup of thn organization Imminent unless rigid economy is practiced An attack was mado on President riarjetl and Secretary A Davis of Springfield Jfo Despite a salary of nnd nn expense al owance of a day Mr Barrett does Hills work for the union It was claimed fTe was criticized or attend ng theVersailles peano meeting In endorsing MrXaryHaugen il tho farmers union yesterday aligned Itself with tho corn belt com mittee and tho American Farm Bu reau federation In a unified demand for legislation designed to promote agricultural ertuallfy We pledge our full and hearty sup port to the fis1it In behalf of UK pas a resolution said Wo will not tolerate any vlial changes in the pro visions or this as tile equali sation fee nnd fnrm organization au thority on Iho part certain busi ness and political organizations to ini tiate and sponsor farm relief legisla Wants Federal Hcsirve Change Other resolutions uvgttl that the Petroff wns talinn lo u Rovtuuincnt take over tlio rede ml re the rhork and no do popilor named Andrew Mason Porno of lniys wnntcd to havr in ifttlo fnn wltji paid Mr Stuhn ilhis moruius Its all jusi i linlo un 1 The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet About the Presidents And Their Wives How many presidents have we had Can you name them In was vice president under each ot them Which vice president resigned Which presi dent is often counted twice in num bering the chief executives What party has had the most Whirl president fielunijed to and hold a member of three different parties during his life Which wo were repudiated ly iljo pnrcles that elected tlicm The of Ihe presidents with of each has been com piled in brief handsome occur nlo booklet by ihe Washington In flrmriiion bureau of ihis news papir for Us readers It also ttlls about the ladies of Ihe land who havo pre fidecl at tho white house during admlnistratlun the attached coupon Fmlcrir J FIislifn Director The Masim Oily GliilmRazrMc Information Washington C I enclose herewith CENTS i in slamps or oin for copy of ho PIlKSrDKXTS TIIK lNITKn STATKS I Name j Slate pitnl where an operation was pfiformed in an effort lo his life Ha hcen shot in tho abdomen Hpyer who sturnnrlororl did not liiioiv serve hanNing nnrl give con rontrol of rho inflation Pacific Leg of Flight to New Zealand Is ing i BULLETIN SAN FRANCISCO Nov 17 Frederick A Giles British airman today postponed his projected flighf to Now Zealand by way of Honolulu until Fiiday morft ing at 9 oclock Heavy fog which mantled the flying field pievented a takeoff this morning SAN FKANCIBCO Nov Pacific ocean smiled ft laltr weather challenge at Capt Frederick A aviator an the list details were arranged for his takeott today on a projected flight to New Zealand by way of Hawaii anfl Aus tralia He said he planned to atart 9 a m and a m Paoltta coast time Favorable weather was tnond rings is ho price which police f t f t journcir say Alvln Grccnwalilh of Mt llorub pall for tho slaying of his wife Mrs Kinma Grcenwaldl Sli hown above Grecnnrnlill nnd Arthur Paelzold lioth said to have confessed Paetzold In the actual hilling wore to life imprisonment ptodlcteo Noted Sultan of Morocco Dies at Fez Moulay Youssefs Cateei Regarded as One of Marked Progress RABAT Morocco Nov Moulny YonsseC wlioso career as sul tan of Morocco is looked upon na cov ering a period of most brilliant growth nnd died today years ol tvferlns from a chronic malady whose namemeans my often called the father ot his people Ho known as an earnest convert to doctrine of nodcrnlzaton The hrlr presumptive 3 his son Moulav MrJs Th5 Sultan Moulay TotissoC died nt Fez at one of the four royai palaces which In He had fre quently been reported In 111 health nit recently was said to havo shown marked improvement Moulay tho throne during espoused troubled perirnl thri rairne of tlio lrench placing his tuith in Ihe lrcnch pro tcctoratft Moulay became a close oolkibnrator itii the former resident Gen eral ivho is credited with hnv marie Morocco 11 is Tho sul tiin himself at that time admitted that j could not travrl in and Honolulu While thinee wcrs bains nto shape at the field Captain Giles was sleeping He retired affi last night In the hope of getting 12 or more oC rest before essaying what he believes will bea 28hour flight to Honolulu Studios Fropuscd Captain Giles marooned by bad weathei1 over the Pacific oinco finished preparations for the light last week spent yesterday working on cliarfo and maps with sea navlgatojJ and aviation experts figuring out hi J course lie will fly by dead reckoning Gllea plane lo a Hosa bluebird bi plane named It was In Detroit nnrt Gllca flew It west to Elfo where a crash damaged the piano so badly that it was iicre by train and Inter repaired Giles expecis to make his first halt U Wheeler field near Honolulu Thence he intends to hop to the noan islands on to the rtjis and rom thereto Australia before soiny to Xew Zealand Tndhin FJyers Unreporterf DKLHT India Nov oC news oC theplane Prlncesa Xenlrtytn which Cap n H MnlntosVi md Bmt HlnUler set out from Eng anil Tuesday on a nonRtop flight to ntlin caused fenr to be expressed that the airmen may have been forced to and somewhere alongttia routs The authorities figure that If alt wont well the plane should have been hero between 8 and 9 oclock this morning Indian standard ft was estimated however that the airmen had enough fuel to last them until this afternoon and deflation of currency and the without a of approved 1ic stand that Petroff was rlrad until n murder ilnkv by Senator Norris of Xebraslta read to him lie nollnpscd Shoals project o In his cell Chief of Police Mooilis said that while he bad promised to deputize Beyer no move in that direction had been taken and Beyer was paid on the samo Iisl9 as other investigators be insr given a commission from fines placed against liquor law violators i Kny pleadedpnilty In court on com i plaint nf Foyer and wns fined 30 military training in high schools and colleges protested RgaInst the poli cies of tho federal land batilt board opposed the proposed reduction of fed eral Income taxes and recommended the Inheritance snd gifts taT Tile farmers union convention was to close today with the election of of ficers Fear Widow of St Louis Brewer Is Fined for Bringing Jewels to U S Nov nndeclnred jewelry and wear ins npparel into thla country from jdVnnnny Mrs fjlly Busch willow of j Busch St brewer and her danBhters Tjfrs CharleB Green lough of New York and Mrs Nellie B Bows and Arrows flned today the bettor parr of Mnrnr iccoinu a beaten fo s h Oklahoma Hunters Resort lo OKLAHOMA CIIV Nov Wl Prospects of being limited to bows for hunting in SEVERE HURT i Buildings Unroofed During Storm Schoolhouse Is Destroyed Xov number of persons were Injured many houses mil buildings Mmvn down or nmoofoil in tho soulhwwcst iml csl voctioria of Washing ton during a storm which struck sud denly curly this nrtcrnoon Knrly itporls sliouCd that at Irnst seven men women and children bnd aken to A Fthooi building at isih street anil Bonning road nnrthenst reported destroyed ind IIOUPCS nil the eastern snlion of the clly darn aged Oront repoited in nutlylnB Ciist il ilin S B French Kossuth i County Fair Board President Succumbs Xov Vrench jvl dkl Wcilnefdny afternoon at Ills home on Erist stiret Mr Frencii had hetvi president of fiie Kos suth eoimtv for four years and pervert on Ihe Algona city rouncil for six years Hs owned and oporated a lumber yard at and was formally auditor for the Queal Luniiirr and odny lirot a storm of protest from nimrods An opinion by Berry Kins slstant attorney grnrrnl that charge of a sun on il turned lie humrrs from HIP Hold to it senrch uf law books Periy explainoil thnt firiuc i mm on Hun day constitutes a rllinrbnnfo of thu peace nntl liiortfrao violnles n state stntutA I today by tho collector of tho port Thn fine which waa paid represented Iho domestic vnluo of the articles plun 300 per cent as duty and penally tho flno was paid the articles were Sirs Busrh and her rlved on Xuv t on tho United Statcfl liuciCSeorso BEG YOUR PARDON Hecausc of Ihe extremely crowded Omlillnri of our columns a number of rcRulnr IVjilnres aio eiflier omitted or appear in un accustomed places The daily in uf fbe rurreiit svrial appears not oh tli usual magazine pago hut on Page Ono or two cninhr strips arc ntcessnrlly omitted tho Iho old fa am all In their places Tim te regrets the nf Mils cnrtnllmrnt of our nsiml fontnriM figures for Li hour period rlny mling nt a in Tlunn Minimum 1 1 i I A I 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