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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 21, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Probably rain turning to enow to night ana Tuesday Colder AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Homtf VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 37 W Defendant Must KeepHis Opening Statement to Facts in Case CINCINNATI Ohio Nov emotional elaboration the history of liis recant life George Remus had planned to lay before tho jury in his murder trial was barred today from his opening statement When Walter K Sibbald assistant prosecutor arose to make the states opening statement Judge Chester R Shook ruled Eachside will bo limited to two side will make a plain statement of its case There will be no emotion and no argument There will be a sirjiple statement of the facts that the evidence will bring Sibbalii Outlines States Cnse Sibbald six feet four inches tall and with a voice that rivalled Remus Seep roar asserted that the state not only would prove the first degree mur der charge upon which it asks Remus be electrocuted but that there were others equally as guilty The state will show that in plan ning preparing and carryingout this murder Remus had the assistance and encouragement of Sibbald It would be shown that on the sight of Oct 3 last Remus went to the hotel where Mrs Remus was Etay Ins to kill her said Sibbald Mrs Remus was shot to death Oct G Charles H Elston associate coun sel Remus interrupted the as sistant prosecutors talk to gain ruling from Judge Shook that Sib bald shoula not say murder nor fe ter to a VRomus V Def ease vPreparaa The sjateasserted that Remus had not prepared any de cold blooded murder against the divorce suit lie was to have faced an hour after the time he shot Mrs Sibbald said it would be shown that on the morning of Oct 6 Remus iay In wait In outside Mrs Remus hotel followed the taxicab to Eden park making no effort to catch the laxteab until it reached Eden park where tho Remus car cut off the taxicab and Remus leaped out and shot his wife Hoover Gets Backing of Henry Ford Motor Manufacturer Thinks Cabinet Officer Would Be NEW YORK Nov ert Hoover would make an ideal presi dent tho United States in the opinion of Henry Ford aa expressed in an interview with Herman J3efn stein an author published today Ford spoke oC Hoover in a discus sion of work as the basis for peace and referred to the future of nations American prosperity the news and aviation I believe that Mr Hoover would be an ideal Ford said Some people are opposed to him be cause they fear he is too closely iden tified with capitalism But there is hardly anything that is accomplished today without the aid of capital Points to Results Look at tho results achieved by Mr Hoover That is after all the thing that counts He is a man of extraordinary constructive achieve ment I am satisfied that Hoover would make a really great president is an engineer Ho is systematic is practical He has deep sympa thies arid he knows America and the rest of tho world as few Americans Unemployment and idleness breed wars and revolutions the motor man ufacturer told Bernstein at Detroit in urging hard work as the agent for neace and progress Terming work the only salvation of the world to Ford asserted Germany is one ot the best examples ot a nation get ting on its feet again after a dreadful I believe that Russia will also come intoher Cliina will also readjust herself I am working merely for today or only for myself I believe that we should do all we can not only for our selves but also for Sees Great Air If I wanted to with what I have done this Ford said I could easily stop In fact I could get along for tho rest of my life with a few thousand dollars n year Thatns all I would need But I would rather keep ITord predicted transAtlantic all service with planes carrying 200 pas iengers would be available five or ten years from now He asserted American prosperity would continue to grow greater and greater x The he declared are achieving things everywhere because they work Ruth to Get Thousand a Day Congregational May Absorb Three Other Denomina tions Eventually DES MOfNES Fusion of the Congregational church with the Christian Unlversalist ami Unitarian denominations is imminent Dr Ozora Stearns Davis moderatoi of Congrcgationallsts natiana council Chicago declared hero last night The combined membership strengtl of tho four churches is Dr Davis declared Negotiations to bring about a fusion of these units he said had been go Ing forward for some time Several years of discussion how ever may be required to effect ratlfi f cation amonu the Congregatlona churches of thenation hopredicted Senator Brookhart ia having him self Interviewed and Issuing state ments galore lately But there ap pears to be a cruel Indifference to Mi Brookharts statements of Marfllialltomi TimesRepublican AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Pa always gives thanks to the Lord before we cat but ho never seems right sincere about it except when Ive got fried chick Rifles Set Up in Hotel to Slay Cicero Under world Chief CHICAGO Nov Ca pone marked for an assassins bullet In a new gang waioutbreak owed liis life today he said to tho arrest of five men police believe had been chosen as his executioners The Cicero underworld leader and Tony LombardO heof the Unlpne Sl ciliano wero to have been shot down by riflo fire on one of their dally vis its to the loop headquarters of Mich ael Hinhy Dink Kenna former first ward alderman Three guns which police are sure were to have been used againstCa pqne and Lombaido were found mounted on stands in a room at the Atlantic hotel overlooking the Kerina quarters The rifles were trained on the doorway of the cigar store ICenne operates and binoculars were nearby apparently to make sure of identifi cation before the triggers were pressed Admits Ownership of Riflca Flve the men were arrested and them Angelo La Mantio told police he had bot the rifles and rented the hotel room Oct 25 La Mantio also told them the police said that he haft rented flat on Washington boulevard across the street from Ijombardos iVome and had placed tnHt the rifles and ammu nition which police founa In a sur prise raid ago Asked pomtblank if hs been employed to get rid of Capone and Lombardo Mantio became silent and refused to answer further ques tions Both Capone and ILombardo said they never had seen any of the five men heforo I know I have been Lom bardo said Even after the police raid on that flat across from my homo a gang broke into my houso late at nlght looking for me They almost frightened my wife to death IE I had been home I most surely would have been No Novelty to Capone Capone to whom death threats are no novelty said little when he faced the five He took a position directly in front of La Mantio glaring at him or several minutes but saying no word There was no recognition on the ace of either but when Capone final y broke his gaze detectives said La Mantio who hadbeen Jaunty and alkatlve trembled and turned white In La Mantios pocket was the key o theAtlantic hotel room and a ba book showing deposits oE on TURN TO PAGE 23 Five of Those Implicated in Iowa State Raid Are Dismissed I r AMES Nov over to the Story county grand jury which convenes at Nevada toijay Arthur Koester of Sioux Falls S was held on 5500 bond on a charge of maintain Ing a liquor nuisance while five other Iowa atata college students arrested Nov 7 when alcohol was found in the Sigma Chi fraternity house have been dlmlssed after a preliminary hearing In Justice J B Sogards court Charls Funk Ottumwa whose hear Ing occupied most the past week and Clarence Boeke Hubbard were dimisseij Saturday Donald Allen Dow City Manley Illcc Cherokee and Roy Grant Keo kuk wero dismissed the first day of the Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD Nov The football season Is about over Education never had a better fi nancial year School will commence now Successful colleges laying plans for new stadiums un successful colleges will start hunt ing a new coach and cheer lead ers will join the Rotary luncheons for hog calling contests Heroea havo been cheered that will never do anything to bo cheered again Wo arc trying to arrange a post season game between Harvard and the motion picture leading men iours WILL CopyriRlit 1S127 Chamberlin Will Make FoolProof Ship for Average Man YORK Nov 2 500 flivver monoplane has been designed by Clarence 15 Chamberlln o provide for aviation what Henry Hero is Ruth Elder of Atlantic flight fame signing a vaudeville contract presented to her by E A Schiller vice president of v large vaudeville circuit calling for a day for a minimum of 100 days Miners Sympathizers Want Aid for Welch Unem ployed Nov guards were placed on duty at the house of commons today in view of the presence in London of Coxeys whoso announced intention is to present a petition in boots to parliament on tmemployment in Welsh coal fields Any attempt to gain en try to commons by tho marchers from Rhondda valley is contrary to law A J Cook secretary to the miners feredation and organizer oC the i irch announced that with the aid of two Welsh members of parliament William John and Richard Wallhcad ho had arranged for a conference this afternoon with representatives ot the marchers in the of being able to bring about an Interview with Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin Wo aro fighting a battle for Cook told his army on their arrival here It is not tolsliovlsm but Baldwln Ism that we workers must contend he declared as the men gath ered at the base of Nelsons statue We came to London to give Baldwin notice to quit We claim the right to KILLED Quantity of Merchandise Stolen From Prescott Business Place PLYMOUTH Nov TV O Prescott general merchandise store and the Sam Graverson hardware store hero were entered Sunday night and a quantity of stock Including gro ceries meats sweaters overalls silk stockings and caps wero stolen from the Prescott store The money drawers of tho Prescott store wero broken open and a small amount of change was taken from them Entrance to the Prescott store was made by breaking a glass in a base ment window The Graverson store was entered by prying a spring lock open lloligrt Eaker of tho telephone com pany at Plymouth heard a noise about 1 oclock n m Monday nnd turned or a light Ho saw a light Ford delivery truck driving away A burlap bag filled with a considerable quantity of merchandise was left in the Prescott store and Mr Frescott believes that tho robbers were scared away by Mr Eakers turning on of the light Mrs Anna Cinclo reported tho theft of about 35 chickens Sunday night Sheriff G B Cress was called when the Plymouth robberies wcro discov ered nnd an investigation is lelns made by tho sheriffs office Youths Meet Death After Ac cidental Discharge of Guns OMAHA Nov youthful hunters were dead today nd the result being accidentally shot In Sunday hunting accidents Lillls Schultz 12 son of Mr and Mrs Paul Schultz died In a hospital at Humboldt today He was shot yes terday when his companion Pat Lai erty 13 also of Humholdt waa load ing his rifle while rabbit hunting Joseph Hanfelt 13 son of Mr am Mrs Joseph Hanfelt Omaha die Sunday nflernoon on his way to a bos pital after be was Accidentally shot when a gun exploded as ho passed u to his companion Francis Finncrtj 17 Announce Sons Birth FKRTIL73 Nov ttcv Mr Lriiliiro nnd Mra Luthro of Fertile announce tlio birth of a nine pound son Nov IS They have three little girls besides their new baby son 40Mile Stretch on No 34 East of Ottumwa Is Completed completion oE a 43 mile strip of pavlas on federal highway No 34 east from Ottumwa to the Henry county line will be celebrated witli a monster bar becue and rally hero tomorrow noon More than a quarter of a ton beef will be barbeciued and served Sev eral hundred gallons of hotcoffee wj also be used Four bands will head a parano from the main street hero to the barbecue stands Jefferson and county men are arranging tho affair Included on the program will bo addresses by John F I iAue Burlington president tho Iowa good roads association Mrs Henry Taylor Bloomfield vice presi dent of tho association A Hunt of Ottumwa Leo D Thomas Fall field and A F Beck Ottumwa A feature of tho affair will be the christening of the roadway by Miv Sarah Pfelfer S3 a former resident 01 Agency who will break a milk over tho newly One of Gang Leaders Shot by Policemen rime of Mayhem Planned Against Men Who Would Not Join Order CHICAGO Nor ter rorism as barbaric sis any In the cat atocr that com mits mayhem disabling its victims or been uncovered In the police investigation of wildcat labor Ford has given to tho aAitomobile world Thru a system of mass productlor similar to that employed in the Ford automobile factory tho transAtlantic Iyer expects to be able to market a loolproof plane at a price between and The firsl models would cost about he Charnborlin was salld to have in eated all of tho prize money ho re ceived from his1 flight to Germany in he Chfunbevlin aeronautical corner ation a concern to build the plane of which he has dreamed The ship will have a body about 20 feet ong and a wingspread of about 30 feet Small planes have been my favor Chnmberlin said and ft has 3cen my plan to develop one that wil bs absolutely foolproof within th means of tho average persons anc requiring as small a spaceas possible for taking off and Free flying instruction will be given purchasers of tho flivver planes Chamberlin said in announcing that his company would establish a chain of airplane schools thruout tlio coun try for this purpose Quantity production will start after tlio first of the year Chamberlln said The plane will be a twoseated mono plane weighing about GOO pounds and will be equipped with a small air cooled motor of foreign design devel oping from CO to 75 horsepower Its maximum speed will ho about 100 miles an hour and Its landing speed 10 miles an hour Later he said the motor will bo manufactured In this country RS SENT Underworld hoodlumlsm grown Ayrshire Mother and Sister Die in Auto Crash LOS ANGELES Nov Twelvo hours after a family reunion featuring tho first time Clayton II Nichols Ayrshire had seen his mother In 44 years a tragic automo bile crash near north of here claimed the lives of the son his sister and mother tho latter two of Los Angeles early today Thedead are Clayton Nichols 62 Mrs Sarah 13 Nichols S3 his mother Mrs J W Glddings BS Tt VS C hidings husband Mrs Gldclinfis wns seriously Injured They wpro on a motor tour of southern Cal ifornia as a ThaMksjLrivlng holiday Deputy sheriffs wero lold thnt tlii lowans car crashed bond on into tho driven George Landoll of Bell Cal Landoll was unhurt Belgian Officials Unable to Agree Over Reorgan ization of Army BRUSSELS Belgium Nov Belgiaivcabinet of which Hcnn JasrJar ia premier resigned tins afternoon after a cabinet meeting which ended at p m The crisis arose over profound agreements between the socialist and nonsocialist members of the ministry concerning reorganization of tho ar my The socialistsinsisted upon reduc lean in the cramped and crowded fields oC bootlegging rum running1 and gambling lias turned in some In stances which tho policeliave found to the more lucrative sphere of wild cat into unions of small tradesmen Itinerant dealers and oth rs The police are confident that Tohn P McLaughlin an officer of tho dent al laboratories union who was shot by a policeman Friday night after walking1 Into a police trap went into tho racket when money qot scarce In the liquor trade P Laughlin they said becamea labor racketeer only recently after leaving the serviceof Victor McErlane Itstei as of tho Chicago beer Were Waitiner for TNCcLauglilln and Henry Attics pres Ident of tho union con fessed police said that they wore waiting In n dark alley to break al he honea In John Komasaa hands so he coxildnt any ICamasrts was on one oC thre cards bidden behind a pictureon th wall oC tho union headquarters Thes three according to Walter G Wall er a special asalstant states atto ney who been conductingthe 1n wero mnrlced for ma hem by the racketeers Their flnsrer were to havo been battered so tha they could no longer ilo their worl Walker saM Mayhem na a terrorist weapon ha evolved politic pointed out from slug1 Dings window smashing1 and all three of which have been cniployei by organizers seeking to forci stiibborn workmen and tradesmen tc Join their orffanizAtfon wore used at first to fll ho Walker said This prov ngf ineffectual window smashing was employed and then botiVbmpr Prop erty damapn by window breaking an Ijombinp usnnlly proved only a tempop nry scare oftrn thnn not thi dnmagTPrt property was not owned b tho man the organizers sought to in ttmMatP Prtty Pnlico Charnctora Tho rcnnnls of men now found In tho various rackets show thnt manj of tliem started oit ns petty pollc hruartors went into hootleprfjlncr when money was to be made and now aro in tho profitable rnrketoer move ment Tho record of McJVuishlin i typical of many LauRhTEn probably will rccovei Ke was shot when he tried to tlie polfco net Attfcs is to bo tho sub joct of a pranrt jury Investigation th wrek KnM wHSi th intended victim of the torture as tli liiof witness tlon In military service from 10 to six months a stand that brot the unani mous opositlon of the Catholic and lib eral memljKMs of tho government Announce GhTs Blrlli ALC3ONA Nov nnd Mrs David havo a nino pound girl born at the Alsona hospital It Will Pay You to Turn to The Grocery Section Pages 8 9 10 11 In This Issue Four Full Pages of Bargains in Foodstuffs For Thanksgiving Boone Negro Dies Result of Accident BOONE Nov Wil Hans died In a hospital toddy from injuries received after his auto mobile collided with tho of A I Lee a local building and loaM official The coroner will hold an in tomorrow PITTSBURGH WILL PLAY TOURNAMENT OF ROSES BATTLE University of Pills IOS ANGKUCS Nov 21 liuvRli football loam toiliiy was so IncUd io oppose rnanfnnl miivcr sily Cniilinals In llio Annual toiirn amcnt if roses easfwrst foolball Ramp nt npxl Jan 2 RECIPES FOR CANNED FOODS Here Is an excellent recipe book It tells how to fix over 200 dif ferent ono out of a can from the grocer These recipes include a wide var iety of soups salads vegetable dishes entrees sauces sandwiches and desserts They aie authoritative because they arc the result of the study experts These recipes nre widely taughl in schools of domestic science and will keep any woman posted on tho latest methods of preparing nour ishing and appetizing foods Send to our Washington informa tion binnan iind get this recipe book Just enclose four cents in stamps for return pontage and handling Fmlcrlr 1 Director Tim I km ITurraii Washington I iMirlosc herewith rom1 rents in Mumps for i oopv of lie liorildil KWIiKS KOK CAN NIC I FOODS Slrocl fly Lincoln Paint Companys Plant Burnec LINCOLN Nov Tho factory of tho Van Sicklo Pali and Glass companyhero wns dc strayed by a fire which started fro an undetermined cause in the furnac room of tho building today No est mate of tho loss would bo mado b company officials Tho blaze wa spectacular flames shooting high int the nlr and lighting up the wester poctionof the city juards Fire on Strikers Killing 4 Wounding Many Others BULLETIN DENVER Nov Martial law authorized in Colorado coal strike zone by GOT W II Aelnms this morning will not go into effect until Col Paul II Newton adjutant genera of tho state decides that It is neces The chief executives explained lie was leaving It noTely up to Col Newton who is leading the state troops sent in to the nortltora Colorado coal fields Under the governors ortler Iiowevcr martial lasv can lie put Info effect nt onco DENVER Nov irat blood was shed In tha I W oal strike in Colorado early today state policemen fired on several undrcd strikers who stormed Columbine mlno of the Rocky Moun ain fuel and Iron company SO mllei loith of Denver Four strikers were known to been killed and more than a score vero Injured Strikers asserted that rom seven to 10 had been alaln but his could not bs vertlfied Many oi the state officers were Injured Gov H Adams ordered out part of tho Colorado national guard an4 indicated that martial law was In pect in ths coal fields of northern Colo rado Troops were on their way to Columbine mine when the governor signed an shortly before 10 giving the national guard lute authority in tlio strike district First nonth Sinco Strihe Tho casualties wero the flrat nlnca tha I W called a strike In tha Colorado con fields Oct 18 Warnings had been Issued by olals of tho Iloclcy Mountain Fuel company operators of the mine that any attempt by tiio strikers to invndo Iio property would be met by One of tho Injured was a woman dressed in mens clothing 1 Tlio exchange of allots occnrrcd when tho miners failed to heed orders rom the police to keep off company properly When the demonstrators tho police patrol line they started hurling stones and sticks and continued ihcir advance As tho mob cama In contact with bo guards several shots were fired Four miners foil dead Tho fmir deaths wero the first iho strike wns called by Industrial of bo World Oct IS last 500 Strikers at Mine Nearly 1500 strikers gathered out side the mine about fi a where they wero met by Louis Ni Scherf chief of iho state law enforcement de partmciil and a dozen of his men strikers engaged In hand to hand fllct with tlio Kunrtls Guns wera wielded by the police but they overwhelmed The strikers used rocks clubs and knives Sclicrf rallied Ills officers nnd thsy withdrew to Ukc up a new position As tho strikers approached again Schcrf warned them to stop and fired two shots over their heads Tho ad vance was continued and tho state iccrs leveled their puns directly in to the ranks of the Invaders and opened fire After nenrly a score haS dropped tho strikers fled Injured Bfay Die One of tho Injured was not expected to Jlvo and several others were seri ously wounded Tho Columbine mlno was the only large property in the northern field TlRN TO PAfJK 22 LOCAL jGlobp Oiazel fiprnrrs for C4 hour cndiiit at n m Mon day Tfr I At a 40 TJTICO nt like pfrlucl ending at a m Sundny I Maximum io I of piEMipIfulinit df KoniUin unnn Nnrtl IIWL Montliy morning autl i inailo driving cxtreniLIy It liltcd houiVir iiirly In tho I Snnibiy i climdy diy but iho tfin pcinl Sovon mil if tho Irsst llnhil in floU POOR PA By Claude Gallan Ma ilirlirf need lliaL ma chine but sho bought it he Hie nicenl was a man iiiiderslooti a hard lime women   

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