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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 25, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy tonight and Shlur day warmer tonight colder in west portion Saturday afternoon or night AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOV 25 1927 IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Home UNITKD PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 41 Effort to Regain Rumanian Throne Is Imminent BUCHAREST Rumania Nov 25 was in the midst of a new political crisis today a situa tion brot about by the death oC Pre mier lonel Bratianu and complicated by the serious illness of Nicholas Titulescu miiusfer of foreign affairs who is suffering from double pneu monia Because of the tense guard in the capital was trebled troops thruout the country were I to be ready to deal with any demonstrations by sajiporters of form fer Crown Prince Carol Bratianu who dominated Rumania Vor more than a quarter a century than any other individual iesponsible for the removal of Carol from the right oE succession to the throne Funeral to Be Sunday Yintila Bratianu younger brother of lonel was appoined premier by the regency whichrules for the 0 year old King Michael He was asked to preside until Sunday when a na tional funeral for his brother will be held despite the latters dying wish the simplest of burials Princess Helen whom Carol de eereted when he fled toParis with Magda Lupescu is distracted over the premiers death She fears that Carol attempt a and has already eased1 her determination to leave country if over tfern urs witlv him beforo his death His eyes filled with tears as she smiled at him arid he thanked her for coming Brltianus body will lie in state in theAthenaeum until Sunday Then it willbe conveyed thru the capital and interred beside the body hia father who ruied for 30 years in the little church at Bra tlanus country estate at Flirica which he built himself Carol Urged to lie Ready Dispatches from Paris say that Carols advisers have urged him to hold himself in for the call for his Return which they feel is hound to come soon lie is represented as desiring to return only as a member of the regency Bratiauus former political enemies are convinced that his deaUi means that the supremacy of the liberal party which he headed is at an end There scorns to lo no immediate prospect of the party being driven from office however A split in the liberal party thru dissension perhaps be tempor arily averted by tho placing of some mediocre person at the head of the government General former comniancierinchief of the Rumanian army has already been mentioned as a possible premier Sooner or later a break in the ranks oE tho liberals is regarded as inevitable because oE tho jealousies of several of the late premiers colleagus none of whom could ever compete with him but sev eral of whom are on a par with one another Might Merge Two Parties The death oC Bratianu is regarded as making more feasible the eventual amalgamation of tho liberal and na tional peasant parties He had ac cumulated so many enmities in his long career and was so little disposed toward that he haps nn unwilling obstacle to such a fusion Many beilcfo that Ills death has made the return of Carol more likely On the other hand it has not In creased the small number those who wish to see this happen AUNT HET By Robert Qiullen Ivo never clone thing very wicked but Im glad llirtl when my imc comes lo be judged for the deeds done in the body Hie judge wont be a Third Bomb Is Thrqwn in Gang Fights Home oj Genna Relative Is Partly Wrecked by Explosion CHICAGO Nov Iolicii believo they forestalled ft conspiracy to kill William E OConnor chief of detectives when tliey arrested three men found loitering near his home today The trio Inul Iiccu observed concealing a Immllo of clothing containing three pistols under a portable school huililing in tho vicinity of OConnors home CtilCAiGO Novi sion of another bomb the third in as many nights at the home oft Peter Spingola alleged henchman the Genna brothers was seen by police today as an indication that Chicagos gangland is still at war Henry Splngola a brother of Peter and arelative of Peter Genpa was slain a few years ago as he stepped from a barber chair Police saw in thebombing soon after midnight a warningto Spingola The as bombs are called in gang parlance was tossed into the bedroom but mem bers tho family were in anothov part of tho house and escpaed in jury Mrs Lucille daughter of Spingola and widow ot Angelo Geri na who wasJellied by a detective in a gun battle which cost the lives of two policemen lived on the second floor of the building Tho six Genna brothers once supremo among the citys bootlegging who was arrested in a police roundup Wednesday right is the only ono to remain here The others werekilled In gang feuds or left the country under threat of death The two previous bombings were di rected at gambling establishments One Erangster and one policeman have lost their lives in the latest outbreak of tho gang feuds More than GO known gangsters have been arrested but most oE them have hcon released or are at liberty on bonds While rival gang feeling smouldered sporadic activities continued in all parts of the city Fourteen bandits armed with sawedoEE shotguns sur prised 40 guests at a Thanksgiving party In a roadhouso and robbed them of about In another part of the city the body of Arthur C Tlartz alleged dry snoop er rum runner and hijacker was found lie bad been taken for a police said Bandits Wreck Mexico CityU S Border Train Scene noar Leon Mexico following the wrecWue by tmhdits of n thru passenger train en routo from Mexico City to Ciudad Juarez across from El Paso Tex There were only a few casualties The bandits wcro unatilo to loot thederailed cars because of the trains heavy military escort This phofo was rushed to the United States by airplane which so far has outwitted bandit attacks State Seeks to Prove Which County Cherokee Inmate Called His Home CLATUON Nov friendly suit has been started against Wrignl and Webster counties by the state n order to determine the residence oi ono John Voss an inmate of the state institution at Cherokee for tho past id years He was committed from Fort DodtTe and until the present time that ty has paid tho expense of his care something The case came to the attention of the Wright county board of supervisors when a bill for his keep was sent here lor payment which was refused It seems that Voss who was a tiler worked around Goldfleld and Eagie Grove for a time before going to Fort Dodge where he was making hi Iiomo when tho insanity charge was lodged against him The Wright coun ty board hopes to prove that tho pa tient never obtained a legal residence in this county Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Nov 25 you think we are not pros perous and cuckoo both read this for sent on stock ex You pay that for a scat where nobody sits down They stand yell and sell something they havent got and buy something they will never get You can get on tb coirb for An you have lo do is malvo signs to a guy in a win low nnd try to kcpp from being run over by a track In the next column AVO real Kentucky prohibits betting on You can gamble on liov iniifli jieoplo pay for their iiit hut you cant bet on how fast a horso will run Wo must appear odd to tho foreigners WILL Copyright of Workers Escape Wlieh Fire Breaks i Out in Pit SUPERIOR Nov 25 AP Fire In tho main shaft of tho Jlacma copper companys mine hero was be lieved today to havo taken a toll of seven Jives Two charred bodies were recovered last night after a blaze of unknown origin hart started in tho foot cl ami swept thru all the timbered section below the foot level Little hope was held out for five men reported missing There were 43 men in tho shaft wiien tho firo started and 12 arc known to have escaped Dense clouds oE smoke poured intermittently from the shaft and mino officials aban doning hope for the five missing last night ordered the mine flooded Juan Branbillia and John McJIahori werethe known dead Zeno Daley an Indian was de scribed ns tho hero tho tragedy He emerged from tho shaft uninjured and then plunged back into the blazing inferno to aid in the rescue work He was seen no more Mississippi Survey From St Louis North Planned by Engineers ST PAUL Nov Survey for the purpose of determin ing tho feasibility of a ninefoot chan nel in the Mississippi river between St Paul and St Louis will bo in the band of Col L C Potter of St Louis in charge of upper river improve ments within the next few weeks it Is announced Potter will report to the war de partment and congress this winter as to tho advisability endeavoring to glvo upper Mississippi cities a deeper channel Engineers have estimated that not moro than five locks and dams In cluding two between St Paul and LakePepin would bo needed to pro vide such a channel from the Twin Cities to the Gulf of Mexico Suspended Sentence for Arrested Northwood Man NORTHWOOD Nov sen tence to ten days in jail suspended on a promise of good behavior dealt out to Claus A Olson by Mayor sabln at ths conclusion on a charge of disturbing the poace information in tho case was filed by E J Jqhnspn and the arrest was made by Marshall J A Oleson The action grew outof a meeting of tho complainant and de fendant at a local restaurant and an ensuing altercation New Institution Formed With Capital Listed at DES 1IOINES Nov Representative Gilbert N Haugen Northwood today became president of a new bunk at Kensett located on tho site of the KciiMctt bank a private In stitution which he owned The Kensett bank today became the First State bank of Kensett with cap ital listed at and surplus fixed at addition to Knprcsenta tivo Ilauffen the officers are N R Thcon vlcu president and H N Bye cashier A corporation charter for the new bank was Issued today by tho secre tatry of state after the application had been approved by L A Andrew su perintendent of banldng South Dakota Congressman Urges MWWest to Get Behind Movement WASHINGTON Nov The farming states should express their preference for former Governor Lowden for president Representative republican South Da declared today because Lowden favors legislation to restore agricul ture to its rightful sphere in the economics of our Asserting that it was a foregone conclusion that restoration oE agricul ture to a parity with other industries would be nn outstanding issue in the presidential Mr Christoph erson said it was notonly Important that tho agricultural states present n united front but also that they ex press their preference for a man who has recognized our problems and shown a readiness to help solve this to us an Important and vital mjes Woman Admits Robbery Story Was Trumped Up DBS MOINES Nov 25 Mrs Emma Livingston 50 who iclil police she had been kidnaped aiiil two men Nov ID admitted her previous story was false and that she had accepted an invitation of two men to taku her home from a place where liquor obtained police picked up two men who answered the description of the persons she said robbed her llrw Ijivingston refused to file charges against them Thieves Using Truck Get Away With Pigs Nov Thlevrn apparently using n truck hauled away Ifl pigs weighing about JSO pounds each from thr T frivni here it reported todajil The GlobeGazette Offers Its Readers New Map of Europe Is Europe moving into Asia Europe is about square milessmaller than it was 10 years ago One great city of more than Parm has been moved out of Europe into Asia The boundary between these con tinents liasbeen radically altered by tho Soviet government great slices of land now being considered in Asia altho west of tho Ural mountains which formed tho old boundary line An area almost as largo as Italy or Poland has been shifted to another continent These are shown in the New Map of Europe secured by our Washington Information bu reau Copies of this uptodate map in full colors with complete statistical data about Europe mny bo had by any reader for a postage and handling charge of 10 cents Use the coupon below Frederic J Ilnskin Diirrlor The GIolicKazeUe Information Hnrrou Washington C I encliiso herewith 10 CKNTS in sfnmps or for a copy of Hie NKYV MAP OF EUROPE Slate Several Garrisons Turned Over to Rule of Attackers BUCHAREST Rumania Nov special dispatch tothe ncws napeiDimineata today says that haos and anarchy aro reigning In the Ukraine with hundreds killed In street fighting The dispatch says that hundreds of ivilians and soldiers killed in lerco street fighting in the town of CamenetzPodolsk Tbe firing of cannon could be heard all alons the Dniester river the dis rateh said while a meeting of the RumanianRussian mixed commission iaa canceled because of the disturb nces Dimineatas dispatch says that tho garrisons at Odessa Tirsapol Mbghlley and other cities have passed into the hands revolutionists who everywhere are gaining ground in southern Daily struggles between revolution ists and troops who remained loyal to the government were reported in the dispatch At KamentzPodolsk the authorl ties were stated to be barricaded in all public institutions The revolu tiunists held power for two days bu upon the arrival of Soviet reinforce ments the government reconquers tho The streets were stated to be strewn with dead and wounded Haugen and Brookhart to Work for Construction of IowaWisconsin Bridge MARQUETTE Nov franchise to build a wagon bridge across tho Mississippi river connect ing Prairio Du Chien and MaraueUe will Ira sought in congress next month by Congressman Nelson of Wisconsin and Haugen nt and Senators Elaine of Wisconsin and Steck and Brookhart of Iowa All plans In connection with the fl nancins of tlio enterprise have been completed IT H Polk of Harry H Polk company DCS Molnes bond house declared The only thing that prevents start tho work is tho government sanc tion Charges Violations of Iowa Egg Grading Law Permit Poor Product DES JIOINES Nov Violations of the Iowa egg gradin law hove resulted in misrepresenta tions of threefourshs of tho eggs sold In tho state as fresh R G Clark chief of tiio dairy and food division of the state department of agriculture declares Not more than a fourth of tlie eggs sold as fresh legally entitled to be designated as such ho said A revision of present rgg prices and gradfs is planned by the depart ment in on forcing tho by the Inin session of the ture Ohioan Kills Two StepSons and Wounds Third Then Kills Himself PAINESVILUE Nov McCrniy 4T Fred Cook 29 and Alex Cook 2fi are dead and Ar thur McCrory son of Peter Wc Crory is in n hospital with n bullet wound in the arm as a result of a shooting affray here today said by au thorities to have been the outgrowth of domestic difficulties involving the elder McCrory Police declared Fettr McCrory turned a revolver on the two Cooks his stepsons when they Interfered af ter he had gone to ills estranged wifch home and demanded tlint she talk to him Both were killed Instantly Arthur McCrory next sought to Kiirtdo his father nnd received a bullot in the arm The elder McCrory the police de clarcd then shot himself in the head dying Instantly The shooting occurred in tho pres ence of Mrs McCrory who ran from tho room as a bullet shattered hei glosses and inflicted a superflcla wound on her nose Kiio was taken to a hospital for minor trentment A divorce action which she filed re cently was declared to have precipi tated the shooting OFFICERS KILL Cresco Boys Glee Club Entertains Members Dads CRESCO Nov boys gloe club of the Crcsro high school enter tained their dads Tuesday night at tho school gym with a dinner An adclrepfl on tho need of military training and sportsmanship in the public schools given by C IJ Lyons The aoyn put nn a humorous program of farcical for the ben efit of their dads Bankers Association Will Give for Dead Ones ODESSA Texas Nov The first bank robber to die in the war declared by tho Texas Bankers association which offered each for dead bandits fell in a duel with officers here shortly after dawn The bandit nnd a were discovered Irving to emcr the Citi zens bank When they re 1used to surrender at the coniniand of Sheriff Rfrdcr of Craig coun ty he and his three companions op ener One IiwUt fell anil throther with piiysici nn niii would prove Col Noblo Brandon Judah Chicago millionaire has been appointed the new U s ambassador to Cuba He succeeds Gen Enoch Crowder whose resignation became effective Sept 1 Experts Give Findings of Sanity Probe Remus Attorney Wants Re port Kept Out of Records in Murder Case Nov Remus sister Mrs x Gabriel Ryorson Pfalmvelf was called to testify him today in his trial for murder for slaying his wife CINCINNATI Nov three alientists appointed by tho court to pass upon tho mental condition of George Remus on trial for wlfo mur der under a defense solely of transi tory insanity gave a partial report today It wag handed to Tudge Chester R Shook presiding who refused to make t public asserting it had not been received officially Charles H Elston cocounsel with Remus who is acting is his own at torney in chief demandedthat tlio report not bo received into tho records at this stage oE the trial Tho defense had not made Its rep resentations lie asserted Girl on Wilnnss Si anil Nov Ruth Remus 20 slender and pretty brunet wan called as todays Blar witness for the prosecution in the mur der trial of Cicorgo Remus her foster father On a beautiful Indian summer morn ins six weeks ago sho tho man who hurt legally adnpUM her run down her mother Imogeno Holmes Hcmus and shoot her to death as she tried lo savo her life by flight thru JiMen pnrlc Prosecutor Charles P Tatt de pended upon tlio witness stand narra tive of tho young girl to clinch his direct case against tho former Chica go lawyer who bccnmo tlio king nC Tlio expectation was that tho state would vnst witii I ho testi mony oE tviiss Remits Charles II Els ton cocounsel with Remus that crossexnmina lion of Miss Romus would be brief at most She might not lie interrogated by the defense ho said That the defenses caso would re quire at least two weeks with Remus himself on the witness stand a full week or more was the Indication to day After that the stale might require from one tn two wnoks fop its rebuUnl saitj Mr Tnft depending upon the natureof tho dpfenso evidence 3erpetrators of Plot Are Given Solitary Con finement BULLETIN PRISON Nov AP confinement was decreed today for six cou vicls by Warden Court Smith to have confessed that they worn ho leaders of tho prison uprising liora wlilch resulted In tho killing of tiino convicts nnd two guards and the wounding of mnro tlmu a scoro of prisoners mid KUrcrds during n pitched la nt tho climax of tho ensuing siego I Warden Smith declared tho would b charged with murder as tho result of tho slaying of one guard In tho cell houso where the trouble started FOLSOJI PRISON Nov of tho most spectacular prison rebellions In tho history of Ca iEornia camo to a peaceful end hare at a today when several hun dred convicts who yesterday barri caded themselves in a cell houseanil fought national guardsmen and civil officers in a pitched battle that re sulted in the loss 11 lives eur rended to Warden Court Smith The revolting convicts laid down tha guns with which they had stood otf a beseiging lorce of more than EDO men and released the four guards they had held as hostages Terms Warden Smith were no copied by the convicts after their leader had boon Informed at plans of flooding the cell house and Inaugu ratinga campaign of starvation as possible measuresto prevent further violence Pleads for Leniency The spokesman whose name was iot revealed pleaded for leniency for the rebellious convicts hut Waiden Smith refused to matte promises In that direction Tho convicts then In quired what food would bo given those who might ho put into solitary con finement as the result of tho outbreak Upon being assured that prisoner so punished would bo given ono meal a day tho rebels capitulated Tho four guards who had been held as hostages emerged from tho bo Icagurcd cell liouso laden with weap ons Including wo pistols a number oC IcnLvos in an axe which tho con victs surrendered Warden Smith then announced he would enter tho cell house which housed moro than convicts Hm Vnr Equipment Previously he had expressed tho bo lief that not all tho men had beon Involved in tho uprising MonnwhIJo tho national guardsmen in command of Adj den R 23 Mlttcl stacdt equipped with machine guns tanks sawed of shotguns and tear stood by Tbe 200 nrmod civil officers aldeil in patrolling tho prison grounds whiletlio process of rendering wont ahead FoLTnni prjson is the stntos peniten tiary for hnd who arfl nerving second terms and upxvard anw thoso who havo liin sentences Weapons Smuggled Tho warden declared no were madeto tho convicts except to assurethem of safe conduct to their resppctlvn cells Ho expressed tho be lief that the weapons used in the out Inonlc hnd been smuggled In thru trust District Attorney Noll n McAllister and Deputy District Attorney Horaco Fryo questinnort tho convicts Seven oE the prisoners called before War TO PAGE 17 LOCAL figures i I TMO a for i m To haiio LUVfilJXK Nov Western nlctrtrlctelephone company will a change in the management of tfu local telepliono exchaiiHo Iec i Mrs liobcrt Colliuson whr has iiclJ that position tlio past year and 1 half will bo transferred to the Al Kona exchange and Miss Hid die Dexter will come here to take up Mrs Collinnons work 4 hour porinrl encllntr Friday Maximum Minimum Al a id nboilt lijis string of nnd ic tliero must admission tlinl it Xoilli Iowa an excellent Thanksgiv Eng While tiier waa a coat of snmv which In caused mud and slipperiness ovcrhiMil condition worn ideal Friday mnining dawned elear too with tin wind In the south By noon there was scarcely a rom nant of Wednesday nights finow to be seen even in shaded places POOR PA Bj Claude Callan Tlil ok rtoii singin reminds me Hi brtuulel I got foiluy first Ive boug iii nt Ihc is Ihe ht her   

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