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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Generally fair tonight and Thurs day rising temperatures Thursday and In extreme west portion tonight AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY NOHTEI IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Home ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOV UNITED PRESS AND INTKRNATIOXAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 39 GOVERNOR HER HOPE ff Driver of Slayers Car Relates Movements of Defendant CINCINNATI Nor Remus lost an 1m nortanl point In his murder trial here todny At the outset lie failed in try Ing to show Hint George Klug who drove him to Eden Parli where lie sliot nnd Kilod Mrs He iiiua Oct 6 Inst had been Inti midated in tlie office of Prosecutor Chnrlcs P Tuff II Judge Chester It Shook ruled against Keimis CINCINNATI Nor George Remus trial for murder today i was a battlefield for an attack by the I prosecution upon recalcitrance for I setfulness and repudiation in one ot I its own chief witnesses George King driver of the automo bile in which file former king of bootleggers raced last month to Eden yi park to alay his wife Imogcne was f tho balky man Ills story was at the point where ho was under instruction to report at Homus Price Hill mansion at 7 a m Oct 6 two hours before Mrs Uemus was to have gone to court to press a divorce suit Klug got to that point lato yester day aftor he had frustrated the states expressed determination to prove thru him that Hemus as the slayer was Ru actor in a foursided conspiracy Gave Police Statement In a statement to the police Im mediately Remus was shot JClug relatedthat ho kept the death car at his honie and Hemus sum icd tho morning I ess vibtis nlshfnepius Save him iristruc tloris i Will Rogers BEVERLY Nov 23 foolishly and unpoiilicaliy saved up a llttia money out of our national jack pot Well comlng war or a collossal national pestilence couldnt have stirred up half tho excitement among entire America as what to do with this little ab o money Hnlf of congress met three early not to solve tho Missis sippi floods nor to build Boulder dam but to split up the jack pot We owe 30 billion dollars but wo couldnt think of applying it on that too near an election I am beginning to believe that Mellon Is tho poorest treasurer we ever had I would Ilko to be treas ured Hero would be my policy and you see if It wouldnt ho the best thing for America Save have nothing in there A candidate Copyrifjlit 1827 Capt Giles Is to Make New Ocean Effort British Flyer Forced to Re turn After Striking Air Pocket ISLAND OF FAYAf Azures Nov Junk ers U1230 wltfch failed lo net off last nigljt on its flight to Ihu v United Slates wis reported ready o at oclock cniobn LOS ANGELES Xov Two defeats In his advance upon the Itemus originally directed him to re1 treacherous airways of he Pacltlc port as chauffeur sale Klug Then ho the stitnd George Connors secretary testified he had not seen Connors with Remus tlie night of Oct 5 but admitted ho harl given that statement to tho prosecutor Klus said he had driven for Remus and Connors for six months abandoning his trade of pipe have failed to crack tho determina tion of Capt Frederick A Giles Brit ish war ace lo vtng his way from Amerka to Australia He landed yesterdny afternoon on tho AVilllam Randolph Hearst ranch at San Simeon after an almost miraculous escape tevv Im going to try he sala fitter Klug bad been seated but minutes when the state asserted it had Im going to fix the ft been surprised hy his testimony lie was termed a hostllo witness Per mission was obtained to cross examine him When the parts of to pieced court adjourned overnight ship and fly her back to Han Fran cisco And then as soon as the moons full and I carlset now charts Ill be off again Ive started to fly Australia and byk George Im going lestimony adhered tnus is Jlrivei I to do Travclcd 300 Mrrolv jcamo about 500 miles at sea On the night preceding the Eliootj hopped off at yester Miss Rulli Remus top 20 year old daughter of the slnin Airs imogciic Remus Harry V Brown center and Airs tirnco CampticH beloxv Ijrolhcr and sister of ilie murdered woman all snapped at lie trial of George KCMUIH former Chicago lawyer anil later Cin cinnali bnotleg for tlie murder of his second wife at Cincinnati O ing Klug drove Uemus to Mrs Remus hotel They waited In the au toniobllo somo time made no effort to see his wife Remus then was driven to hla Price Hill home giving instructions that King should return at 7 a m Klupr spent the night at an outjylnsr fMmbllng club He re day morning from Mills field San Francisco for Honolulu hia first stop itt the lone ocean flight Fourhundred and eighty miles at sea and in an air the flyers term for a variation In air density he went spinning down his biplane en tirely out of control turned to Temus homo at the ap Hla center bracing wires snapped pointed hour j under the strain of the heavy gasoline Kiug himself waa identified as onetoad as the plane turned upside down ot the conspirators in the states Is charts food and instruments were opening address Kcmua and Tranche Watson called a secretarj to completed the Jist PrecedingKlug yesterday wera a number of eye witnesses to the shoot ing nnd tho surgeon who performed jf an operation to try to sava Mrs life Instructs Women at Greene GREENE Nov Laura McCrea of Greenfield past depart nient president and department In spector of tho auxiliary of tho Grant Army of the Republic inspected rfn3 instructed McKlnley clrclo G A II berR Monday Afternoon AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Ive been keepirT my blackberry wine on the Sideboard llris week where Pa could get at it Hes sneakin it little at a time by next week I can break the news that I need a new hurled Into tho ocean Tho British aviator brot his plane right side up guessed as to the direc tion of tlie mainland and started shoreward Solves DoJe Mystery Ha sighted shore GO miles north of his landing place on the Hearst ranch TURN TO PAGE 7 JUDAH GIVEN HAVANA POST Chicago Lawyerto Repre sent U S in Cuba Suc ceeds Crowder WASHINGTON Nov Noble Brandon Judali a Chicago lawyer was appointed by President Coolldse today to be ambassador to Cuba Judah was recommended to Mr Coo Kdge by a group oC Influential Chi cago republicans He lias a distin guished war record and has been prominent In banking circles for some time but he has had no dip lomatic experience The appointment fills a vacancy at Havana created by the resignation last spring of Maaj Gen Enoch H Crowder Mr Judaljs selection auto matically gives him a place on the American delegation which will repre sent this country at the PanAmerican congress to bo held in Havana next January and which Mr Coolldgo Is ex peeled to attend When nn ordinary bee yon It dies but a political boa Just seems moro StnrCourier American Foreign Legion Member Will Soon Quit Algeria Service PARIS Nov J Doty American who enlisted in the French foreign legion and was courtmartluled in Syria for desertion during the Druse rebellion will be ra leased from serving the remainder of his enlistment shortly in response to American public Tiiis was announced by the ministry of war which explained that Dutys release was to nlense Americans was in disregard of all Tho order for the release was in compliance with a request of the min istry for foreign afalrs Doty who enlisted In the French foreign legion as Gilbert Clare of Memphis iias been stationed a Sidl del Abbes Algeria whero he te Joined the first regiment of the foreign legion after he bad been pardoned frotn military prison Ho had served 13 months of an eight year sentence tor desertion Doty and several companions de serted tho French troops In the Druse rglon in Syria in June 1025 They were driven to this step they said by a terrible or intense mental depression from loneliness nnd hard ship Altbo the men at Meed death for their desertion the Freuu authorities contented themselves giving them prison sentences McNider Presented to President Coolidge Wednesday by Han ford Xov Cnarles IT McNtder Mapon City Towa banker was crcsented to TVcs Ident Coolidge louay by hs son As sistant Secretary Tlanford MneXider of tho war department Chicagos Stand in Turn ing Water Thru Canal Is Upheld WASHINGTON Nov Chicago scored a material victory to day when former Justice Charles 13 Hughes submitted a report to the su premecourl as special master in tUo lake diversion cans in which ho held that thepresent diversion permit is sued by valid tlio secretary war was create or continue from He declared that live entire control of tho diversion thru the Chicago sanitary canal remained solely with congress and that if a situation de veloped in which Chicago sought to a withdrawal of Michigan without sanction of congress or of admin istrative officers acting under Its au thority the lalto states would be en titled to bring a bill to restrain such notion The report covered thq three pend ingcases brot by Wisconsin Michigan and New York several other ialte states having joined with Wisconsin It recommended that Uie suits which are now before tho supreme court should Ijo without prejudice to the right of tho lake states to in stitute suit to prevent a diversion of wntcr from Michigan in casr such diversion is made or attempted without authority of lair Officer J i in Chicago s B GangTrouble Capone in Interview Gives Opportunity for Peaee in New Outbreak CHICAGO Nov ties of Chicago ngstd i In tha latest war for control of tho gambling and vice syndicates were responsible for Iheaccidental shooting of Detective Sergeant Thomas Lynch by another policeman early today A green sedan near tho home ofj Tony Lomburdo allied with Al face Capone a leader of ono of the Slayers of New York Art Editor Have Only Few Weeks of Life rival pangs attracted tlio attention DELAYS ROADS Aue Attacks Politicians Who Keep Proposals in Politics BATAVIA Xov nor ITanunIlls refusal to personally endorse ths stnto road building bond Issue is now tho only big obstacle barring tho way to a comprehensive road jxiving program in Iowa by John P D Aue Burlington president of tho Iowa goon roads asso ciation declared here yesterday in an address at the dedication ceremonies opening the new pavement on federal highway No S between Ottumwa and Fallfield Mr Aue attacked politicians who are attempting to make the good roads fssuo a political and told tho celebrants that the fight for good roaflfl in Icwa has just A special session of tho legislature is necessary for drafting a state bond Issue to IK submitted to the voters ho ailde7 Mrs Sarali Tfiefer Sfl Agency who In 1SCP attended the jubilee at Ottumwa on the arrival there of the first steam train over the nurling ton railroad chrintened the new high way link using a bottle of milk More than persons from south eastern Iowa attended the ceremonies of Sergeant Lynch while touring the west side Before police in the squad car could question tho occupants of the sedan tho latter drove off In a two mile chase tho squad car sUlducrl on a sharp turn and Police man P T names pistol was dis charged accidentally the bullet enter Ing the sergeants head At tho hospital it was said that the officer probably would recover The gangsters escaped Moves for Ptace CHICAGO Nov gangland hurled Its defiance in the form of a bomb last night at Chief of Police Hughes1 fiat thero will be no sane Simultaneously there camo a peace overture from Al Scaiface Capone a leader In the war over gambling and vice control When I told that Joie Aiello wanted lo make peace I wns ready to Capons In Ills first paper interview in more than a year I am willing to talk to anybody any place to bring about a settlement vl I dont want bloodshed But going to protecl myself Will Be on Pefciise When someone striken at me I will strike back I am willing enter any rensou ablo agreement the Aicllos want to ALBANY N Nov ofiIho week beginnlnB Jan was the court of appeals today for Uio execution in the electric chair at Sing prison of Mrs Ruth Brown Suy dor Queens Village housewife ano mother and her paramour Henry Jiicld Gray for tho murder of Mrs Tho bomb thrown from an automo bile at a reputed payoff headquarters on the west side for tlio Alello Inter ests was declared by police as a new declaration oC war Tho explosion wrecked the entrance to the place and demolished the offices snitl to be used by tbo gamblingsyndicate Commenting on tho killing of Frank Herbert gunman by police yesterday TURN TO PAGE 7 SHIPS PATROL BLAGKSEA AREA Rumania on Guard Result of Report Russian Vessels After White Fleet BUCHAREST Rumania Nov ships plied the Black Sea today armed because of tho re ported presencealong the steamsliip ianes of soviet war vessels The soviet vessels torpedo boats and destroyers were stated to be Intent on capturing all ships which formerly belonged to the white fleet The Kgyptfan steamer Gehorghe Patro which formerly was in the Mr ana Mrs McXider nro in Wash ington to spend the Thanksgiving holi days with their son Kanford Mnc Xlder and Mrs MncXIrtor They Mt Mason City Monday night white remained at Constanza Rumania fearing to leave port be cause of the probability of capture Rumanian marine officials Lit Con warned the captains of il boats to be on tho lookout also for pirates who wrrr said to have become active since tho dismissal of Leon Trotzhy from tho cfunrnimlst party pirates it mprtrtncl intend I to start a ipvoli in towns bordering aionjf tho Black Sea from Odessa to Constantliioph With detachments of luarhus abroad Tlumanlan steamer sailed for Alexandria and tiip Princess Maria for Constantinople Thf ml riiirajly armed all the larger IS PREDICTED Youngstown Company Will Absorb Others to Meet Competition NOV The Vow Vork HoralilTribuno today nayo it has learned in Important banking cucles that u plan to form a merger of Independent steel producing com panies which wll have units embrac Ing the entire industry is behind the sale of bonds by the town Sheet and Ttibo company With a probable ranking next In size to the United States Steel com pany it is planned to start this new steel giant with a capitalization suf ficiently largo to permit it to conv peto with Ita most powerful rival the newspaper says Sheet ami Tube largest steel company In tho United States wilt tako til c leadership in bringing about this combine and the financing just promoted by Kuhn Loeb antl company wili be used in part to carry out its merger plans If present negotiations irc coin Dieted two organiza tions Inland Steel company and Cor rlgaiiMcKinncy Steel company will be the first taken into the fold Other mentioned as probable merger units arc Turnbull Steel Cen tral Alloy Strji1 Janes and Otis Steel Advisability of tho combination the HeraldTribune says seen in the steel trade as duo to the present low Snydcrs husband Albert Snyder York art cdilor Under tho provisions of the penal law execution must tako place nod less than four weeks nor more thai eight weeka after tha data of sen tence Ordinarily tho court fixes a time midway between the maximum anJ minimum times Clerk William J Armstrong ot tho mrt prepared the death warrantp settinff the execution for tho week ot Jan 9 These were signed by all the judgoa of the court and then were for warded to Singfilng prison wlure Mrs Snydciand Gray are confined in tho death house Fixing tho date ot execution fol lowed tho courts unanimous action yesterday in sustaining the comlc tions of the blonde haired Mrs Buy dor and her corset salesman compan The only chance for life now lett tt ths convicted pair ia executive cloji cncy at the hands of Governor Smtlii It ia considered a certainty that ap peals for commutation of sentence to life Imprisonment will bo presented to tho executive but tha governor judged by his procedure in the past will not erive any intimation rrjuydin attitude until after tho clemency hearing Elevator Company Must Pay Damages in Des Moines Case DES MOINES Nov Otis Elevator company and not the Randolph 7Iotel company of Dos Moines must pay a judgment obtained by Lois Honklns ns damage as tho result of Injuries sustained In 1323 when an elevator In tho hotci fell nix stories tlie United States su preme court decreed yesterday The action of tho high tribunal at Clrma a similar decision by tlio Iowa supremo court The decision determi naies four yearo of controversy over responsibility for payment of the Judg ment Miss Hosklns is In a Jtochostor hoHpltnl recovering from an operation made necessary by the old Injury In the elevator accident four of 11 passengers were killed and a mirnuer were Injured Uenia by tlio Now York court of appeals of iie nnnenl of Kiith Bromi Snyder above and Henry Juild Gray convicted ot liiUimr Jlrs Snydors hus band means their only hnio for escapo from the electric clinir lies in Iowa Lowden Men Due for Sorting Over Lund Would Eliminate All Who Are Not Strictly for Illinois Man DES MOIXES Xov Members of tho Lowdcuforprosident committee are due for a sorting over Tya result a letter to by Frank j tho tbramit fe chairman In his communication Luiitl lie desired to place cacli member of thecommittee on record aa to how ho stands on the Ixswden candidacy The Loivden organization In Iowa tho letter stated must bo one of unity and no second choices for tho presi dency I desire to know whether you propose to go forward with Col Lowdens campaign on this program and carry out I ho will of the Lowdeu organization In Iowa with energy intelligence and ultli contribu tions Your help is required and de sired Tho issue Is tho letter recited in part Wo must separate tho friends of tills movement from Its enemies This progress begins now Tills campaign will have ono note anil that Colonel Loivdcn for ade quate comprehensive intelligent and advanced program for agricultural compromises and no sec ond Major Lund also expressed ills re gret that his lotters rcciueatlng con tilhiitions hail with few exception brot no Ho called on com niitten for a renewed effort in this respect prices oUalned tliriioul the in dustry and tlie fact that United Steel anil Bethlehem nro better aWo to meet such conditions due to their ability to purchase riuantllies ol raw jiinterifjls it relatively low prices This has forced the to the realization of the advantages they would gain thru combining into n new largo corporation able to meet the competition ol Iho two ofihc imlustrv Ilynuiiiih Club ILVMOIITU Nov Tin IX flub mt wllli MIH On Hylnjton Tuesday 1liina for the nnnnul Christ raaw tree ncl progiain rvcro j whlih will bo ylvtn sntnitlriie In lie ccmVjcr THE GLOBEdAZETTE OFFERS BOOKLET ON CARE OF PETS Give your pets plenty of room Big cages arebest for canaries and parrots large aquaria for goldfish outdoor for dogs fresh clean nlr and clean sleeping ciuar tcrs for all pets Our Washington information bu reau has a on Care of Peta which gives expert advice on tho housing feeding bathing breeding and health of all soria of rtomcstiu pets Chap tern deal with tho caro of clogs cats canaries parrots eons goldfish rabbits guinea pigs and other pots heiilth com fort inc value of your pet worth your careful knowledge and attn tion Any reader may obtain a copy for cents fonlage and cost by using the coupon Iwlow Frederic J Huston Dirccinr I The GlobeGazelle Information Bureau C I I enclose herewith SIX CliNTS in stamps or coin for a inpy of the boolilijt or JKTS I Three Nicaraguan Bandits Slain by U S Marines MANAGUA Nicaragua Nov bandits were killed HX miles northeact of Monday afternoon in an engagement with it joint combat pitrol of United States marines and national guards There wcro no casualties among the marines or guards Goodyear Firm Faces Suit by Stockholders CLEVRLAXD Nov 13 ia compel the and rubber company of Akron topay slock Iiolders In dividends on pre ferred stock acrued in tho last five years was flkd in common pleaa court todny Opposition to Proposals Likely When Congress Convenes WASHINGTON Nov of federal securities Irani Ihe surtax will bo recoiu moiuled to liongrcss by Secretary aiclluu Secretary Mellon also believes lint Ilia lifting of tho surtax on federal secimlius would put them jnoro on a par with state and municipal offerings uhHh nro frea Iroin tho surtax urnter ont conditions make a morc at tractive investmont Nov i3 Arj Agreemont by ths houso ways and means committee on a total tax cut of found interest at the cap Itol today centered on tho treatment tho committees program would ceive on the floors of tlio house senate tlio committee Itself contin ued to consider administrative fea turea of the prospective revenuo act members at both ends tho capltcl discussing tho proposed revision in rates and whether or not 3 mlned figlit would be made after cou s convenes to rovise the commli reduction plan Among those forecastingatitf oppo sition to the committees program Was Representative Garner of Texas ranW ing minority member of the ways and means committee and ones of the dem ocratic spokesmen on tax reduction in congress Gamer to Fight Immediately altera majority of ths ways and mcaus comiulLtee late terday iliad approved the re duction of approximately tho TexanPredicted the total reduc tion would como nearer before tile bill reached tha TrhKe Kouso Tlio committee program for tax 10 luctlon regarded as representing tiui position of the majority party in tha LOUSO the recommendations prcsenu I y the treasury and the proposals ad vanced by JTr Garner aro Tlie tax on corporation Committee approved reduction from 13Vj per cent to 1114 per cent iry recommenued 12 per cent ocrals 10 per cent committee esti mated loss in revenue Tax on automoblls tee reduction from 3 to per cent treasury retention of the levy dcmu crats repeal Committee estimate n revenue Tax on in creaso in exomptlon from to Si treasury retention of tho levy demo crats repeal committee estimate of ors Club Dues Tax Cut Tnx on club one half reduction oC tho levy treasur retention democrats repeat tee estimate o losa Tho fodoraj nittje retention of the levy treasury ropea democrats retention Downward revision of surtax on falling within the diato retention if presont rates treasury sllht downward iLvision democrats tirn of present rates Tho committee with some democrat ic support approved increase of tho exemption granted domestic corpora rns with an Inccmo of or leis tlio trcnsury proposal for relict small wan rejected The committee approved an in crease from 10 to 2S per cent In the tax on or higher priced tickets f LOCAL wtathcr figures fur 1 hour period ending it 7 i to day Minimum At a in For first tiim in IK the sun wiin tins Wednesday j inornlnic and ioay pros pects or a rlinr dny few by theHJIJ if It is to iKhow lind of rwpcutaliln 1 Tuesday nlKhts niinltiiiim was J1S dcfrnos Idwcr htn tilt POOR PA iJv Claude Cnllau Ma buys HOD in Inws home uii cin o rnc liwausu she dont wnnl him to tc in   

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