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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight and Friday Wanner in east portion Friday AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES nl VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT Hi NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Home1 TTV THAXfA A V VA I norr Li 1UWA JHUKaDAl NOV 24 1927 UNITED PRESS AXD INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 40 ISkurder Defendant Gets Turkey Dinner in His Cell Xov Kemus murder trial was in ad today and Hemus Issued a ThanUsgiving day statement concluded Thanktul Yes a million tiitips for the peace ot mind soul and beinj that 110 verdict can rob me of and whicU now oil this day of Is my The prosecution took advantage of A Abe recess to cast accounts and align Ms forces for a final assault tomorrow emus was to have a turkey dinner in jail Tho iury was taken for a bus lVvtle see le statue of former Prcoi William Henry Jlarrison The state found itself with unevenly bManced books It had introduced evi IONEL BIIATIANU Tlio Kunianian prcinter Briitiaiui who died today is crcilitcil witli IieiiiK the chief stumbling block in the way I to prove Hemus acCed as an agent of y a conspiracy until it established tint ilv there actually bad been a conspiracy ijaud that tho parties to it had acted in furtherance of it George Klug who drove Kemua to Eden park had been depended upon j by the state to prove Remus planned 1 with others TO Wll his wife witness stand late yesterday after 1 more than six hours there From tho Ivory outset ho was tinies he took refuge behind a hoiv memory At others lie denied statements lie admitted lie previously made before the grand jury to thp police ana to the prosecutor v SHAV HOLIDAY Mr and Mrs Stearns Are Guests of President for Thanksgiving WASHINGTON Nov jiLaying aside his customary activities President Coolidge turned today to a quiet and traditional observation of thanksgiving His plans called for attendance with Mrs Coolidge at church services and dinner with air and Mrs Frank W Stearns Boston as their The presidents son John was unable to leave Amherst college long enough to make the trip to Washington The public was Invitedto the whljo house early In the afternoon for a concert by the Army band in the na ture of a serenade to the piesident SpeaIcing thru u network of radio liroadcnsttnij stations the president last night made a personal appeal to I the people of the nation to give thanks1 for a year of peace and domestic tran quillty Thru a microphone placed in his Etudy at the white house Mr Cool idge read his annual Thanksgiving proclamation vNot only has there been an abun dant yield from fields and factories lie said but also there hag come about a deeper appreciation oJ the higher Values ot life an increased desire I for tho things that administer to the mind and j Altho disasters have na tion he continued be thank Bullard U S Radio Chief Dies at Home Rear Admiral Had Been One pi Chief Figures in Naval Affairs Nov Real Admiral TVlJliam H Gi Bullard chairman of the federal radio com mission died early today at hia home here Chairman BulJard appointed last March by President Coolidge as the comnilssions first executive died on the eve of a two weeks rest ha had I planned preparatory to opera tion High blood pressure was ascribed as the cause of death The retired naval officer was at his idesk until late yesterday ami upon I leaving for home said he would take For Unto Everyone That Hath Shall Be He Shall Have Abundance Nebraska Car on Icy Pavement Near Rock well Hit by Train BULLETIN E Morris who was injured in u crash near Koikwell Thanhs giving morning died at rack hos pital shortly before I oclock Thursday it was reported at the hospital Kvau B Morris Cedar Bluff is in Park hospital in a critical con dition and P K McKillip Oinuha is in the hospital buffering from cuts und bruises us a result ol an accident which happened at the M and St railroad crossing on the Jefferson highway one mile south oC Rockwell about 8 oclock a m Thanksgiving day Morris is suffering from a basal skull fracture an injured right eg which was believed to bo fractured and severe cuts and bruises It was stated at the hospital Thursday morn uig that ho was not expected to live The slippery condition of tho pave ment is blamed lor the crash Morris ana McKillip who had stayed at the Hotel Ilanford Wednesday night here in a Chrysler closed car 1hursUay morning on their way home When Hearing the crossing south of Rock well they saw the train approaching from tueisbuth but their brakes were useless on the ice and their car turned completely arpund and slid on to the tracks so that tho train struck it bn the drivers i motorist found tho two men in a ditch at the aide of the road Tho train stopped and tho train crew as sisted in getting tho men into a car which took them to the hospital in Mason City Iful that we have been able to give re llef and assistance to ouri distressed fellows AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Pa has been clearin1 his throat in that grand way like an orator over since lie attended Hint Imnrjuct nl the county scat and he wont feel properly humble ngain until his rheumatism has another ADMIRAL a leave of absence to recruit his strength for the operation Lived In Pennsylvania A former resident of Media Admiral Bullard served in tho navy from 1SS2 to 1322 Attaining tho rank ot rear admiral In 1919 Bullard was long an outstand ing figure in communications develop ment In the navy he organized the de partment of electrical engineering at the naval academy during his service there from 1907 to 191 and was sup erintendent of the naval radio service from 1912 to 1916 During much ot the World war Tic commanded tho battleship Arkansas serving in the Atlantic fleet and In the American division of the British grand fleet On InterAllied Group At tho close or the war he was ap pointed a member of the interallied commission to draft naval terms of the nrmisllce with AusfrinHungary nnd it he who received the surrender of that countrys fleet In Jfll3 Admiral Bullard was a dele pate to tbe International safety at j sea conference at London He received the navys distinguished service medal nnd was a commnndor of the French legion of lionor Poland honored with the decoration of thn Ordfr of Knights of Pnlonta Rostltuta Appointed Mmvh 1 Chairman Rtil lard was to have served six years MILITARY DRILL Wisconsin Poll Is 10 to 1 Against Abolishing System SIADISON Xov uiversity of Wisconsin students stand nearly 10 to 1 against abolition of military drill at the Badger school judglngr by a partial tabulation of a referendum conducted by the Cardinal official university publication Tho riuestion as to whether mili tary drill should form part of the miversitjprogram has been a matter or agitation for years Drill formerly compulsory but the 1025 legislature passed a low malr ng ft optional Youth Slays Girl and Friend During a Fit of Jealousy HUKOX S Nov 5ald to have been crazed with Infattia lon for Doris 10 Ronald Plathers 21 living southeast of Iro quois shot tho girl and her com lanion Earl Fraum 22 early today then turned tho revolver on him self sending a bullet thru his left uner just above the heart Flathers Fraum and thegirl wero n a hospital here They are said to ie In a critical condition Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD Xov This is Thanksgiving ft was started hy the Pilgrims who would givo thanks every time they killed nn Indian and took moro of his land As years went by and they had all his land they changed It into a day to give thanks for tlio loiintiful harvest when tho btIJ wcevll and the protectixe tariff didnt remove all cause for thanks So hero Is what the republicans have given us the pnst year A in Nicaragua and China a rehear sal In Mexico two floods and a coal striko and pictures of the Hlack Hills and all we got In return in thn promise of a new Ford car and lower taxes wnr IIOCJERS Cupyriclil Former Public School Head Says He Is Tired ot Lengthy Delays CHICAGO Nov McAndrew walked out on his school board trial court yesterday to say out he said until such a time as the board trial court yesterday to stay charges on which ij suspended him from tho sdperiiitendcncy uf schouls I JIcAmlrew minced no words in de claringhe was tired of sitting thru sessions of his own trial while the board entertained various paid pa The defendants walkout camo as aresult of his thru counsel to offer a statement in Ills own de fense to tho 1C Insubordina tion and improper conduct It was the first wond the superintendent iiad attempted to offer in reply to charges OC permitting proBritish textbooks to flooJ city schools The statement was not read the board voting r to 2 against hearing it Upon hearing the result of tho vote McAndrew walked out of the room Ills action precipitated an uproar a field day of reclamation argument and heated talk The said Francis X Bursch counsel for McAndrew will withdraw from the trial until the board sees fit to confine itself to the original charges of Insubordination or we aie permitted lo make a defense Frank C Righetmor counsrl foi the school hoard termed tho dcpar tfre of tho suspended siipcrlntonilent as a weak defense anil a four flushing Des Moines Justice Courts Investigated 1XES MOINES Xov Justice of the peace courts of K E Johnson Saylor township and W AV Fort DCS Moines were under investigation today by County Attor ney Carl Missildine on thfit private detectives aro co uperaUnj with them to collect civil debts thru criminal process at countys ex pense Assistant County Attorney Carl VQ s Turkman Maid tho complaints reach11 inff ills office are that warrants arc HWurn to by special nnd IN KRESGE GAR Youth Admits Ownership and Offers to Pay Customs Fine DETROIT Nov An aj toniouile bearing license plates j to son of K S KrcsKc antisaloon league supporter In which a of whisky was found was heId by Peace Rumor Is Heard in GangTrduble Leaders Are Beginning to Fear Extinction by Policemen CHJCAGO Xov fraiiKsiers lonna late of the original leaders of ho Genna brothers at ono ime tho most powerful underworld irganUation In the city were arrested n police raids on gangland haunte ast night Tlio fJenna gang was the first of the bootlegbands that sprang up on x highly organized scale after the idvent of prohibition and until a few years ago wag nilpowerful Of tho six irothers five lost ihelr lives in gang cuds that developed with tbo forma tion of rival bands or left the coun try under fear of death As the police war against gang ter rorism assumed really largo propor tions with the wholesale arrests and tho killing of ono pansster by tho police there wero rumors of a hastily tmco among tho underworld leaders whoso fights against com petition ire charged with responsi bility for tho of more than 300 gang members In tho last three years FVrternl Move Hinted The leaders believed to bo in fear of extinction if the police roundup con tinues were further spurred Into patching up their grievances by the revelation that federal authorities were preparing to tnlce n hand by porting many gangsters as Yimlesirablo aliens Fourteen gangsters arrested earlier raids were arraigned yester day on charges varying from disorder Iy conduct to conspiracy to comml murder The cases were all continued Joseph Aiello leader of tbo north sido cfaner entry Into tho Rambling and Ilrjuor concessions in the south sideterritory of Sjfarface Al Capone precipitated tho most recent outbreak of the gunmens war did not appear In court and bis attorneys an nouncemon that Aiello had suffered a nervous breakdown Inuphs from j tile CaponcTony faction Pniicci Ties reiectivo Sergeant Thomas accidentally shot hy one of his own men in n rfiase after a car believed driven hy gangsters yesterday morn ing died Inst night was the sec ond death In two days as n result of tile police drive Frank TTorhert a brother of Bis Ed Herbert bootlegger gangster havlnp hRPn slnin hy tho po ic refused to halt for ques 1 a bomb wrecked the front of a small Hocwhcr Shortly aflor plosion store ou I ho south aide which sairl to have been 1 gambling house hut it was not lioliovoil iho bombing had nny HJsrnifiPanre n llu between nnrt Aiello Is Candidate ead Premier Regarded as Uncrowned Kng of Rumania BUCHAREST Mov ouel Bratianu premier of numanla generally regarded aa tho countrys uncrowned king died today A ilication of diseases proved fatal at or an operation yesterday for an teas of the throat Tho premier who was 61 years old vas active almost until his death Tho premier died at 7 a m brother Vintila was appointed pie uier bf tho regency council and ha ormcd a cabinet composed of members Guards were trebled thruout the capital Troops in the whole counuj ivcro ordered to stand by Tho the premier became seriously 11 last night his death waa unexpected soon An operation for an of the throat at first relieved hio ailf Hingfrom toiisiltliK a little but Int er another operation proved neces sary Fearing that the end might near ho asked that his keys and his pcrjonnl papers bo given to nephew Constantino Bratianu chlet executive of his cabinet Outlook lirisntcna for Carol PAKIS Nov friendly to the former crown prliur expressed the belief today that tho death of Premier lonel BraUaim would expedite a legal return to tho country by Carol and possibly enablu him to httain tho tinone Even Vinteltt Bratianu in power aa premier these quarters wero convinced tha1 tho long sway of the Bratianu family over Rumanian affairs vrau flu close Hratlnnus defeat in tbo recent Man oilescu trial in Bucharest has been n farded by as certain evj rlence that oppositionists wero ho upper hand in Rumanian aflalrd In this trial Carols hopen to return i Ids country at least as a regent f r Ills Bon the boy Icing figured The fall of the uncrowned Bratlaiiu Jynnsty as Carolistji view the removes the most powerful element Jppoacd to Carol lonel s arch foe New Ciiblnct IONDON Nov ox change Telegraph despatch from Bu charest Bays that the newly formed cabinet of Vintela was appointed by the regency thm norning foilouinc the death of nlpp lonol Eratlami I Us Intention of carrying out tho of the late premier and will not lllow the return to numanla of for Crown Carol now The IJuohartst garrison has been fully mobilized niys nnrl all public lmldiii3 aro occupied ceiH to go outside llio county to col lect them at county expense Worth County Cow Testing Group Meets Il Xov To ing nnniy mot Monday night for annual busi ness find Hrrtod uio follnwliiR fiffi crrs prfsldonl I P Madron Hart land vim prosidrnr Anderson Crock scc trcasuror f Olsnn tors Ttaulirn Rustnil lper CmIt fioy T Silver ff Annoiinco Hivili CVov Mr ii of a plrl on Krldnv The GlobeGazette Offers to Its Readers a New Map of Europe The World war rcniado the map of Europe Tho map makers and geographers after new surveys and studies havo now caught up with what war did A new mail of ISuropo which shows old and new boundaries old and new spell ings and latest accurate facts has been prepared for our Information Our fenders can now hnve an uptodate map for home office ur school at nom inal OSI Tho map iu full rojor 21 by 2S inches m heavy paper and the rrvfrse side carries very complete llntlstiivil datiL on areas pnpula tions deblH transporla floti communications ct To our readrrs al a pislage anil iiaiulllng coKt of only 10 ccnis Send for your ip LSf Ihi i linlciic il j j Tins Information j n C I I nnclosc herewith 10 CENTS in starniis nr roiu for n of the MAf OK KliKtHK Name i ne car in which wore i was seized at the Windsor ferry clucks last night after an inspection revealed 11 quarts Ikiuor concealed In it The customs men investigating fur ther found that the plates on he car had been issued to Howa resgt iSenate Chaplain I Man Found Xov M lias a candidate for the Kisition of chaplain of the senate The Itev Bernard BrusUamp of Alton is an ap plicant for the place Tho Rev Mr Bruskamp is at pres ent pnstor of Ian churches ono of tin hero but Pros by ter ra tain a his Iowa residence He has conferred with Senator Brooklmrt and others Detroit The address givun Sit the li cense directory was that of the resi dence of Mrs Anna K Kresge di vorced wife of the o 10 cent abollt u Tho operator The youth who gave tiu up soon by tho senate repubMcan con name of Ivresge claimed ownership of Terence ion tho IKiuor and he and his companiunsl A hlifdozen pastors from different Their names were no Insur levy were released taken The oar was held to payment of the customs fine a S on each buttle seized In such it Is not the practice of customs oflI cials to acllnn under the federal prohibition or laws unless the contraband amumm to 12 or more Late last nifihr Tlio youth reap peared at the customs office am an nounced that he wished to pay tho fine nnrl take machine Ho was fold let report lnck Today i nd lake up the matter thru ronlnr parts of the country are eeelflng position which was recently left cant by death of Dr Muir Dead of Asphyxiation OSKALOOSA Xuv mer Orajjcr Patcell today found dead frurn asphyxiation in a room In tho I C Atinms and Son coal mine four milus south of here The state mine has been asked lo huvsllgatc Hir body was found Edward Davidson a workninn Ho is ntirvlved by a widow and 5ir ciiiJdrcn Fertile Woman Hurt in Fall From Automobile Union Service Planned Nov 2 services will bo held in va tho M E church Thursday evening the rtov r K iettlt will deliver tha Kerninn Nov Mrs A Harold wts thrown from hrr n Irfci Mnlllay iivtnlnj whon shn and j Whit llnruld mil ilriviiiK Till lu Gtohpllnzrtto wontlinr figures for I hour period ending at a m Tbiirsdn v 31 2 7ill a Snowfall inchrs IlulstitKisos have been the mind swunopin as the doctor niiiklni runneth not to tincontrary but wblfi i shaip turn MIM Maiold was IIbr nlisfr vinirs ruc HRC ticts Nuv strurtlon IKsure blildrr i road work in Worth tountv fiir rvfiiirif of snow but til trNIpc Hnl I At oiu time nln lay MI the IcvI rapidly t foii iwn day It st I rounji b that ii a slipporr POOR PA By Claude Calian or inino lias ton much pip llrs so full ol it thill in canl down an do   

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