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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Cloudy and unsettled tonight Tuesday slightly cooler in extreme southeast portion tonight DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV ETVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT AND MASON CITY MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOV NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for tfie Home UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL N1SWS SUPPLEMENTAL EEHVICB NO 48 IOWA LEADING ALL STOCK Ames Wins Collegiate Judging for Second Time at Chicago CHICAGO Nov state college livestock judging team triumphed over all other collegiate judging teams represented at the In ternational livestock exposition here yesterday Ohio state and Kansas ag ricultural college won second and third places respectively Tho victory ot Iowa stats college Is its second In tho past several years and strengthens Its bold on tho Union cup which goes to the teamwhich wins tho event three times j Scores of the first five years based I on a possible points Btate Ohio state Kansas Aggies University of Nebraska and University of Missouri 21 States Compete Judging teams from 21 states com jietcd A Ted Besh of Iowa state colloee was jjfirst place winner in tho Individual st with a 024 score out of a pos points T H Christgan tJniversity of Minnesota ivas second llh 917 K G Wertman Ohio state id C C Turner Iowa tied or third place wltli 915 points In Iowa point win nerswere gheep Judging Iowa state third rop contest Iowa state third esnfiflcatlon ranking contest Iowa lp Itrst v ttor stock raising Jennie v 2 sorn competition in region Jrold Justice Ankeny first lofra CprriSong Heard CHICAGO Nov the songs of their respective lites anjl displaying flamboyant ban TURN TO PAGE 12 PEPORT MISSING I1 PLANEIS FOUND Flyers Believed Dead in Crash on Top of Mountain UNIONTOWN Nov bodies of two anny avi ators who nie6 deatli when their plane crashed in a mountain fnr est Friday tvere found by a pafl of rescuers in tho dense woods on Cliestnut Ridge today UKIONTOWiV Xov The of an airplano in a hlckly wooded section of the Payette uountaln region discovered today by from the air wag believed to be the army plane two aviators since Friday Lieut Eugene Baylejvcommand er of Burgess field here reported he sighted tha wreckage on the summit pf one of tho Allegheny mountains eight miles from me was badly smashed he said and pie feared Pilot E n Kmory and Me tihanio William D Vollman were iad Army officers with stretchers and doctors left Uniontown immediately by automobile for the scene The aviators both privates left Boiling Field Colum bus Ohio on Friday They were last reported at Sumerfleld 26 miles cast of Uniontown Airmen havo been isearchlng for them since Saturday ACTING AS PREMIER Vintlla Bratianu is acting as pre mier of Rumania following tho death of his elder Bratinnu Brides Dad to Wed Again HaldemajiJulius and Wife Under Modern KANSAS CfTY Nov marriage accepted by his IS year old adopted daughter as the solution for present day social nnd economic problems lias so aroused E HaldemanJullus against the dogmas and theories of archaic that he plans to rewed Mrs Haldeman Jullus at a modern ritual Mr HaldemanJulius said that the Unitarian ritual used at tho marriage of his daughter Josephine to C Roaelle 20 in his emplified a union in the namo of love sound and thoroly The 38 year old publisher and author declared that when he heard the Rev L M Birkhead of All Souls Unitarian church hers read the ceremony at his liome in Girard Wednesday last he decided he no longer could be satisfied with the Presbyterian ritual used at bis wedding 11 years ago In Cedarville I have brooded over our archaic marriage ceremony all these a statement issued by tho publisher here said very unhappy by it When I heard Mr Birkhead read that service and Aubrey I determined to free myself from the gloom of tlie medieval ceremony which united ainrcet and me Marcct con sented The Presbyterian minister brot in the Holy Ghost The Holy Ghost has nothing to do with my marriage it is marriage in the name of love and the realistic Images of life My wife after ouinew ceremony will wear two werMingr first symbolizing the archaic marriage the other symbolizing the new and civilized ceremony shall repudiate tho old church wedding with its barbarism and its Insults to intelligence We have endured It too Death on Funeral k Committee to Recom mend Reduction on This Years Income WASHINGTON Nov By a strictly party vote tho house ways and means committee agreed today to recommend that the proposed reduction In the tax on corporation in coirfcs be made effective on tax pay ments due next March IS Tho committee acted over the pro test of the solid democratic member ship who contended that the rate cut from 13 to per cent should not bo made effective until March J9JO Tho vote was 13 republicans against If democrats The democrats argued that tlons already had passed the 1D2S tax on to the consumer and by making tho reduction effectiveon income earned in 1027 the corporations alone would benefit Republican members contended that tho Corporations should receive tho benefit of the pro posed reduction ag soon as possible Tho committee also voted to reduce tho taxon tho income of insurance companies from to llt per cent It was said however that this would result in a loss in revenue of only Garner Texas rank ing democrat on the committee said after the meeting that he expected to carry to the house floor his fight against givingl corporationsthe bone fit of tax reduction during declared that this had not been dono before and that whilecongress had granted Individuals the benefit ductions on income taxes as soon as possible in such the individual received tho full benefit ot the reduc tion Ho believed the corporations would not return to consumers the tax al ready figured into the sales price of their products AUNT HET By Robert Qiullen Vnr SalJie Hart asked me how much Pa was gitlinx since he went to work for Mr Knight I told her he was gilthr fifty a monili for minclin his own business and fifty a month for Icllin other folks business Merchandise Valued at Be tween Is Taken FJSRTILE Xov en tered the A A Elthon mercantilfe store heresometime Saturday night and took merchandise valued at be tween and SSOO Tho thieves left no and Worth county officers who havo investigated I tho robbery havo found no truce of I the burglars I Entrance wna gained by breaking in J the front door of the establishment The loot included silk goods overcoats and other clothing No attempt was made to break the cash drawer WISCONSIN GIRLS DISCOVER RICH TITLED RELATIVE LONDON Nov girls from Janesville have found a fairy godfather in their grand uncle Baron formerly Sir James Buchanan wealthy distill er who has established a trust fund for them He was unaware until recently that two grand daughters of his brother William Buchanan Miss Catherine and Miss Tane Buchanan were living in comparative poverty in America On discovering this Baron Woolavlng ton Invited the girls to England as his guests and sent them a check to pay for their passages and to outfit them for the journey They arrived at their great uncles fine house in Berkeley iltuare Lon don about six weeks ago They were heartily welcomed and the baron who was born 7S years ago in Canada sup plied them with funds to maintain their position as his relatives He in troduced them to his friends and gen erally showed them around London taking them to its theaters and points of Interest Before sending them home ho provided for their future When the story became known here and he was asked to confirm It Baron Woolavington mpdcstly refused any praise for his action SIRTEEN STATES Illinois Man Says Former Governor May Get Part of South EES JIOINES Thirteen states now arcclassed aj Lowden units by Clarence F Buck director of tho Jjowriftnforpresident campaign in Illinois in a statement is sued hero thru the Iowa Lowden head quarters Theso states control 34S convention votes under tho 1924 apportlonmenl and may be considered minimum Low den JIv Buck said Tho states listed are Arizona Av kantas Colorado Indiana Iowa Min nesota Missouri Montana New Mex ico Nort Dakota South Dakota Ore gon and Oklahoma Senator Buck also asserted Colonel Lowden had a chance to win tho Mien igan Nebraska and possibly the Ten nessee Washington Nevada Utah West Virginia ami Wyoming conven lion delegations These control about 111 convention votes Former Resident of Rockford Dies in West nOCKFORD Nov has been received by relatives telling oi the death of Mrs John Moll wht was living in Los Angeles but former ly lived Rockford She was over 00 years of age Mrs Mary Uockford was with her during her lastIllnes Will Rogers Nov 23 Balkan nations havo gone into a huddle It looks like Bul garias hall on Rumanias 10 yard line Jolnniwas penalized ID yards for belnis off side against is the triple threat man of the frame It will all wind up like the Inst one Just another Incomplctetl war They will hnvo to brinR it back and line up again Yours WILL UOGKIIS Copy rig lit JIMERSGIVE 1JPJU TRIP Bent Propeller on Last Effort Causes Abandonment of Plans HORTA ISLAND OF Azores Nov plane D1200 enrouto from to the United States bent its last pro peller In an attempt to tfike off fov Harbor Newfoundland at I oclock this morning Now its all Lilli Dillenz Viennese actress who IB a passenger aboard the plane said as she stepped ashore Smiling she added our last propeller has been The piano did not succeed In rising from tlrb water despite good sea and wind conditions Havo Mndn Last Try crow of the Junkers plane now at TTorM Islam of Fayal Azores has decided to up the attempt lo fly to America this year tlie Junkers company announced today The crew which failed asain morning to takn off for Newfound land found the sea swell too strong it was explained Decomposed Body of lowan Is Found in Illinois Corn Field KKWAXEE Nov Tho badly decomposed body ot a man which was partially identified as F H Casey Alder Keokuk was found in a corn field two miles north of West Jersey Saturday Condition tho body indicated that the man had been dead about six weeks The coroners jury returned a verdict of death from natural causes Akler is believed to have gone to the Jersey territory from Peoria in search Of work with a hard road gniif Nothing was heard from him after ho left tlie camp ot the road workers of Woman Endures Agony Burning With Body of Husband LONDON Nov suffering intense agony in the flames of her husbands funeral pyrein attempt to perform the ancient rite of tlio immolation of the widow with the body of the a Hindu widow at Barh In the Patna district of India was rescued by the police a dispatch to the Daily Mall from Allahabad India says Tho po lice experienced difficulty In rescuing the woman because of a hostile mob On learning ofthe widows inten tion Hindus gathered around the funeral pyro on the bonks pf the Ganges The local police tried to pre vent her but the Hindus Interfered The living woman ana her dead hus band lay burning on top of the pyre while the crowd applauded excidedly The widow however was unable lo hear the torture She rolled toward the river clutching her husbands body which disappeared In the current The police despite the hostility of the crowd rescued the woman She however refused to leaso the funeral pyrs and the onlookers pre vented the police from removing her She lay there for two days while thou sands of Hindus Hocked from the sur rounding districts to pay homage to the wqnmn who in their eyes had gained great religious merit by her act Police were eventually reinforced and took the injured woman away Three ring leaders in the ceremony were arrested The suttee is now very rare in In lia in fear rC tho ponaltlrs imposed since 1S23 which extend even to those who abet the rite as guilty oC cul pablo Chicagoan Held for Goading Wife to Take Own Life ST PAUL Nov In a bloodspatterefl hotel room which gave evidence of a terrific struggle ho body of a woman believed to be Mrs M Allen of Prcscott was round shot to death today while her itisband was unconscious from a bul let wound Claa in night the woman was lying dead on tho bed and Allen on the floor when the day clerk broke nto the room after failingto receive any response to his knocks Police said Allen shot thewoman and then turned the gun on himself Indications were that tho woman fought fiercely before being slain Every article ot furniture In the room lad been overturned chairs were Broken ana bed clothing and curtains torn Blood spattered the walls CierU Brolio Down Door The murder and attempted sulcliie occurred early this morning The couple registered at the Seymour hotel shortly after midnight An hour after ward Thomas Berg tho night clerk hearing a terrific din went to In vestigate but tho noise stopped be fore he reached the floor from It emanated When the day clerk came on duty ho investigated found the door locke and brokeIt down when Ws knocks aroused no response A physician said tho woman had died Instantly Allen is in a critical condition 18 19 20 21 zT 26 27 28 22 29 23 30 24 31 Hundreds Believed Killed in North Africa After 40Hour Rain ALGIERS Nov which swept the coastal region ot the French territory of Algeria In north Africa after a hour today were believed to havo claimed hun dreds of lives Houses wero swept away and larpo buildings collapsed In an area 50 miles vido from Orleans ViMo lo Porrecauo and northward to the Mediterranean sea Tho brief message of an engineer over a linrrierily repaired telephone lino saved hundreds of lives when a dam a third of a mile IOIIR broke at Perregna Tho region is Isolated and j relief work IK difficult I Tho dam in breaking thn I Tocsin Warn the the iitrliiecr shouted over the telephonr to tho authorities at rcrrefria The warhliiGT that millions of Ions of water wore threatening the city spread rap idly Ten thousand Inhabitants fled to the billn Three hcurs after the first warning was Riven tho waters which tho dnm had impounded swop tho city Fifty houses fell in ruins but 1C is believed cveryrmc escaped Two trains were held up by tho flood between Algiers and Oran Air planes dropped food In lo the pnseniers Three hundred on another train were rescued in boats and laken to Saint Denis DII Hlff The worst damage was at Mostigan cm Tlioro tlio city collapsed Homes barns niul livestock were de stroyed Right bridges were swept away victims of the flood wero burkd thcrr Thruout the floodswept 7 boiMes wcrc known to luive been recovered All these were natives Troops nice tlie work rif re lief arrival in tho aroa from Algiers and other puints They found the rail roads and wiped out nvik I g it difficult lo reach the refuscus WANTED AT J01CK j Tlie CilobcCinxflte is in need uf aj live and reliable correspondent nt Folc Address the Managing Kdltor 1 i if iiucicsutl Six French Aviators i Killed in Plane Wreck in South America Report nCKNOK A IRKS Xov A dlspatrh to Nnclon 101 Moriicio says thnt six French avi atois killed when their one cif n iirjiijidrnu of five crashed in in from ilm town of Denib The dispatirh says thn 1 a n e in flames fell meters and tirit lhi i lieulenfmt p sergejint thro of iml n rnH were charred They were hurled Unlay Tlie planes left Fen morn ins according Lo the dispatch WIFE ENDS LIFE CHICAGO Nov goading his wifo to 20 year old Kendall Cowgcn was held today on a charge of manslaughter Altho Cowgen did not return to his iiome until three hours after his wife Viola 38 had taken her own life by gas police blamed him far her death saying that an argument during which ho became bitter led his young wifo to suicide I got angry and said bitter Cowgen told police Then I slammed tho door and went out Three hours later when I went back I found her Police Sergeant Martin Walsh who ordered tho manslaughter charge against Cowgen 6atd Cowgen is the first husband arrested on such charges In Chicago and that the case might servena a legal precedent The Cougens rame hero from Kan sas City agreeing lo a married life somewhat similar to Uo companion TUKX 12 Thieves Break Into Algona Railway Station ALGCUNA Xov en tered thewaiting room at the C M St P station here and broke open the1 ticket window but apparently were frightened before thnir job was finished as untiling was lost Remus Given Court Ruling on Insanity Judge Says Evidence Shows Defendant Once Had Diseased Mind CINCINNATI Nov ufflclent evidence had been Intro iuced toshow that thedefendant once iad a diseased mind Judge Chester Shook ruled in George Hemiis murder trial todny He permitted the defense to begin citing the alleged causes thereby lening tip a very wide field Tho ruling came after an hour of heated arguments They started when Franklin Ed vara Shnw a timer of race horses at various tracks wag called by thedc ense Preliminary questioning indi cated that ho was to tell of the ac ions of the slain at various laces Friends Rally to Remus CINCINNATI Nov V Ions list of lay witnesses with stories of outbursts they thot might emanated from an unbalanced iilnd wero ready today to testify for jeorgo Remus In his murder trial for ho of his estranged second wife Imogenc In Eden park hero last October William Mueller more or less in In timate contact with the defendant for eight years was named as the first of todays witnesses Mueller is the caretaker at Remus mansion on Prlco hill here Ho previously was called ns a wit ness for the prosecution Upon lhat oc casion however ho was not askec to recite the story of his observation of his employer New kegali Bnttlo Looms Soon possibly today a battle wouli have to como over the manner of tlv introduction of the defenses case ac cording to Charles P Taft Hamll ton county prosecutor Mr Taf t expressed the opinion tha before the defense cpuld prove causes which might havo superinduced insan ity In Ucinns it first would have to prove there actually had been physi cal deterioration of his brain cells Testimony that at the mention of tho connection of tho wifo ha slew with Franklin L Dodse the Jack Daniels distillery case nucl bis removal from one jail to another Remus would o off on violent tangents already was n the record It came from tho first two defense witnesses called last Sat urday after tho state had rested Its case The GlobeGazette Offers Readers New Map of Europe Russia has 25 cities with ICKMKiO populiitlon ilow many of them can you numeV Soviet has finally bcen mapped according to postrevolu tion data with new spellings etc cities arc Hated with tlm other 100 loading citiesof Km ope in population accompanying tlm New Mip of Europe This new corrected mnp niih old and new Jxjumlaries and other changes is offered lo readers of this newspapers thru our Wiish ington information bureau at a postaye and handling cost of 10 cents In full colors Jl by za Indira on heavy paper Use the coupon below j Frederic 1 Insliiri Dircrlor i The OlolicCUuoHe I Inlarmnlltin Ifitrrnu i Washington c i I I I f cmIiiSi hcrewilh CIKNTH j in slumps ur ciin fur a cupy nf Hie NKIV MAP OF Xamo i i Stale Charles Manville Corpora tion Founder Succumbs to Apoplexy N Nov 58 an eventful life of 03 vcars thecareer of Chnrlcs Man vlllc founder of Hie and allied corporations has ended Succumbing 10 a stroke of apoplexy suffered a week ago tho Industrial ad venturer who built up a huso Air tun from asbestos and its byprod ucts ie at his home hero late Sat urday Mr Manvllle left his native Walcr loun an a young man and hradcd west lie became Interested In mining and praspcrtinrj Joiuurys cmled him to Califoriilir tlm lllnolc THllK of South Dakota and loMexico He later pave up and engaged in tlio manufacturing of clothing in Milwaukee It was then that lie be came Interested in the production of an effective Insulating material par ticularly something to cover heatcon vrylnff pints Is Center of Latest European Dan ger Zone NEW YOniC Xov aCclies today Indicated hat tension lA urious capitals of IJuropo liad been icroased by tho publication of charges y the head of tho Lithuanian govern ment that Poland was fomenting a re olt in IJtlniniiln At tlie Rnma tlmo t was emphasized that Vilua seized Poland In was tho chief ol taclc to the resumption of normal ve between the two countries On behalf of Poland it was denied hat Poland entertained any aggros ive intentions against Lithuania There overwhelming evidence remler Waldemaras of Lithuania da kired In a signed telegram to tha Neuters correspondent in Berlin that ertain persons who fled from Lithu ania after the attempted revolution it Taurogen last Septembar were used by tho Polish government ns or ganizers of a movement against overnment Council Approved Chiim Altho the council of ambassadors in 1923 approved Polands claim to Lithuania has refused to accept thin ruling Recently friendly tiona wero made at Kovno scat of the Lithuanian government by Great Britain France anil Italy but tho of war between Poland aad Lithuania continues Advices from Warsaw that are offi cial do not share the unetisinesn exist ing in governmental circles In Mos cow Berlin and liovno Tho note of the soviet government to Poland expressing concern Is In terpreted In Warsaw ns meaning that Russia merely desired to create nn at mosphero hat would ennble her to participate in whatever preliminary are lielil thereby mnklnjr t iiiiro time Russia will be fncludotl when the mutter comes before the eaguo of nations The specific mntlcr before tiie digue is churpo that ijlth lanian clorgy in the dlatrict tro being mistreated I Poland Officials Lmuovei No one takes the Boviet note ssr ously tho Polish legation declared In statement Issued in Washington The statement also denied any aggressivo ntcntlons oil Polands part against Lithuania While Polish officials profeES Co ba jnperturbctl nevertheless they tlilnlc hat Lithuanias attitude toward Po und has nearly readied tho limit olerattorr Kovno where a revolt vaR reported O have occurred found to be lalm with th govern nent securely in office LilliendahlBeach Trial Gets Started Today in New Jersey COfJRTKOOM MAYS Nov OarriQ L an oldcrly Atlantic housewife vas sfluctcd toilay as tho foreman ot ho jury thai will dccido whether or not Margaret Ullfondahl nnrt Willis Bench murdered the woman ie endatita ascd anovlup housowiCe rom yontnot City elected uror number figures for hour purioil cniiinj at a in Mun day i Minimum At ii Fur like at 7M In I Sunday j Ma vim Minimum M7 i Tin diiys in a nnv Then the i IIJK was Lih course of tin woalhr Frtdny t Silnnliy anil in In ths a misly arid left two Iiundredtlis of an inch if prcjlpl truimi In the Mindiy cloudy mil fujfiij POOR PA By Claude Callan Our IliiiiliPii so Iliotfii ni Mu Unit LlhyYo ahvitys iillir mo In buy IUT someliihi thai   

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