Wednesday, December 7, 1927

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1927, Mason City, Iowa IOWA WBATHER Snow tonight colder cold wave In east and central portions tures over state generally zero to 10 or 15 degrees below Thursday generally air and continued cold strong north west and gales tonight AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IQWA WEDNESDAY NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Home UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 5 i P CHIEFS HEAR OUTLINE President Wants High Tariff Economy to Continue WASHINGTON Bee Coolidge outlined his suggestions to the republican national committee meeting in the east room ot tha white liouse late yesterday afternoon by re iterating his belief in a protective tariff freedom of private Interests from government interference in the operation of Industry agriculture and business pursuits In general He reemphasized the necessity for economy in public affairs and the re ductton of tlis public debt Would Not Enitanpter Industry We wish our banking Institutions to and he added in order that they may serve tht the nation We pclieve they should assist other people In supplying their credit requirements We do not this should he done by sacrificing any other desirable do mestic interest We could not look with favor on putting in jeopardy Our Industry or our agriculture to serve the needs of foreign debtors Here again wo must maintain an even bul looking first to the welfare of our own Building of the American navy said was imperative bul in this endeavor no one need see n threat of aggression While he be lieved thi5N country is committed to tho policy of naval armament limita rtion he declared that unless I mis read the convictions of my country men we are likewise determined to en ter no covenant that assigns to thr United States any secondary pliict amoriff the naval powers TEACHER BOMBED in better clrqurul SonSe divisions of If we do not permit selfishness to it vve do a1j undertake to make ail the money there is In the country In one year but are willing to proceed with moderation In tent on fair dealing our economic prosperity should go on Compliments Butler Excerpts from the presidents ad dress follow Mr chairman and members of the committee Vou1 are the republican national committee which came Into existence at tho time I was nominated and elected president of the United States Most of you took an active part in the conduct oC that campaign Both the primary and the election were under tho immediate directloi of the present Miss loin 23 Dana school teacher above wounded dynaniite exploded in the schopllipuse confessioni ced cnessoni ram ce SJ uelpwv tias admitted that lie placed trie stove because lie dldnV want to marry Miss Bradford Physicians liavo said sho will recover YouffiGlaims He Was Hired to Kill Remus Truesdale Says Wife of De fendant Was to Pay for Slaying CINCINNATI Dec GeorgeRemus on trial for his life for ThesejslaylnK hls witc becamc In contests have always when Harry of much pride to me for the clean and honorable way in which they were made They set a high standard in tho management of political cam paigns For efficiency in operation for tha cleanness in finances for a comprehensive covering of the politi cal field tho electron ot 1924 whch Triiesdate of Hamilton Oip testified how he had watched Remus for days in an effort to kill him for a payment of offered by Mrs Remus the woman Remus slew Oct G last Romola Remus sitting next to her father also became hysterical Court was recessed and Romolas screams was made under your direction stands echoed the courtroom corridors out unsurpassed Gabriel in the I feel that I ought todeclare In I courtroom among tho spectators this presence what I know and what screamed loudly and also burst Into you must know that too muchcredit for these results can not be given to your chairman William M Butler In the delicate matter of assisting the women to take part In their first full presidential campaigrh he had the very able assistance of Mrs Alvln T Hert One of my chief desires In greet ing you at tho white iiouse was the privilege of expressing to you in a flomewhat formal way the apprecia tlon that I have for the work which is done by political committees For years I was a member of the city committee of Northampton and TURN TO PAGE TWENTYFIVE AUNT HEX By Robert Quillcn Lord deliver me from female boarders I dont mind the men Tf things dont suit aint got the nerve to hysterical weeping Told Blood Curdling Story Turesdalea story ot his engagement to slay Remus and his efforts to find Remus alone to kill him was oidod curdling His voice was so low that parts of his read to the Jury Mrs Remus promised him and safd that another would be forthcoming from Franklin L Dodge Lansing former department of justice agentwho obtained the con viction which sent Remus to a federal penitentiary and who then according to Remus plea began an association with Mrs Remus As the 12 jurors and the spare Juror carried In Ohio cases filed from the courtroom there was hardly a dry eye amongst Mm Anna Ricking 5S years old Jury woman was shaking with sohs Remus breakdown was so nearly complete that he had be taken to the Jail to regain his composure Gives Stnrder Details Truesdnle a gigantic clean looking youth calmly detailed the terms ot the slaying plot and tho arrangements for him to do away with the defend ant He said that he finally told Hcmus of the plan on the afternoon of Oct 5 last The next morning Remus ran his wife down in Eden park here and her to death as sho was enroute to divorce court Truesdale testified that he first saw Remus at the Sprlngdale dog racing track where he was pdlnted out hy Tohn Marcus lO entieth Congress Convenes in First Session to Blizzard Threatens Block Traffic in Iowa A blizzard which increased as Wednesday wore on tied up wire service inmany directions from Ma son City delayed trains on lines run ning thru here and threatened to halt traffic and communication to and from here and cause a considerable amount of suffering The temperature dropped as the storm Increased In fury and those who were without shelter or sufficient warmth were beginning to seek aid Wednesday afternoon At oclock p the American Sugar Beet com pany reported that the mercury stood at one degree below zero This was 13 degrees below the 12 at oclock The snow was whipped about on a glistening surface ice left on pave ments by a sleet that fell Tuesday night The ice mndo it difficult for bothpedestrians and drivers Wednes day morning and or a time kept the snow from drifting on the highways Drifts Arc Forming In sheltered places however the drifts started forming at an early hour and County Engineer R E Robertson went for a tour of inspection of the roads planning to put out ths light snowplowVof the county in event they were needed In numerous places however the show fences fall held the across the high The county has 22 miles oE fence crectedon its 1TO miles oe pri mary and county roads The primary roads were especially by the engineer and his as sistants who determined to keep open the main arteries of travel the Jeffer son and A highways as well as the PlymouthRock Falls road Some TrainsDelayed Trains were feeling the effects of the storm especially eastbound ones No 4 on the Milwaukee railroad was two and a half hours late Great West ern Island trains were re ported on time while the M and St could get no train data because wires were down The Western Union Telegraph com pany experienced extensive trouble with wires south and west Very lit tle trouble was experienced by the telephone company in the vicinity of Mason City but near Algona and east of Kmmetsburg a number of poles wero aaidito be down Wire trouble also was encountered between Mason City and Albert Iiea especially at Northwood City street cars were reported to ho running close to schedule and it was stated at theP office that tlia Clear Lake interurbans were running right on Zero Weather onWay DES MOINES Dec blast out of the arctic is headed toward Iowa today a blast that Is Elated to send the mercury toppling to the zero and below zero marks Such was the prediction today of the government weather forecasters TURN TO PAGE TWENTYFIVE Nehrnsltnn nt Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS Allan BoggH Lincoln spent Suri ilay at the homo of her aunt Mrs James Wyntt She came also to see Mrs her grandmother who It very ill The GlobeGazette Offers Its Readers Candy Recipe Book The1 home kitchen is the beat place to make fine pure delightful candy for the Christmas stocking for gifts for the holiday table for the Sunday school party made candy Is better than any other if you know how to make it right There are 144 recipes for candy in thebooklet on candy making offered by our Washington Infor mation bureau Why stick to one or two kinds when you can easily have a fine variety Every reader may havo a copy for a six cent postage and handling charge Uee the coupon Frederic J Raskin Director The Mason City GIobeGazeifo Information II urea if Washington D I enclose herewith SIX CENTS In stamps or coin for a copy of the booklet CANDY RECIPES Name Street City Slate Borah Comes to Defend 2 SolonsElect Morris Introduces Resolution Barring Pair From Seats in Senate WASHINGTON Dec com manding figures in the Missouri democrat and Borah Idaho accorded tho floor today as champions of opposing ranks n the long fight that is to decide if Senatorselect Smith of Illinois nnd of Pennsylvania shall be sworn n and seated Before tho strident tones ot Reed could support and the softer voice of 3orah attack the Norris resolution to leny the newcomers seats however tho senate was obligated by its pro ram to listen to the reading oC the presidents appropriation recommoiv datlons The budget message hold the right of way also in the house which loped to begin work on its first meas ure the deficiency bill before the closed To Senator Reed fell the duty of continuing the onslaught begun yes terday by Senator Norrls republican of Nebraska to have Smith and Vare excluded immediately because of ex cessive expenditures in their primary Reed who led the slush ol thc convening of tho Seventieth congress in the house chnmher of the national William Tyler clerk ot the house isscon railing the roll immediately fallowing tho invocation Clinton Mans Car Caused Death of Wisconsin Wom an in Wreck CLINTON Dec of manslaughter wera expected to os tiled hero today against B W Voel pel Clinton whose automobile knocked another car into a ditch pin ningMrs Ella P Daniels 51 Sey mour beneath it Sho was burned to death when tlie wrecked machine burst Into flames Voelpel and a companion Mrs Viola Barber were said by officers to havo been intoxicated when arrested after their speeding car had crashed intothe reanof the Damuls machine Neither was injured JUr Daniels who was driving the other machine escaped serious injury but was badly burned In attempting to save his wife An inquest will be held today Later Bohstedt was head of the col lege of animal husbandry at Ohio State university He Is tho author and coauthor of several Important works on animal husbandry Prosecutor Asks for Lilliendahl Conviction COURTROOM MAYS LANDING X J Dec testimony given in the Lilliendahl murder trial warrants a verdict of murder In the first degree against the widow of the victim and her elderly admirer prose cutor Hlnhie asserted in hla summa tion to the Jury today A pessimist is an optimist who a revolution in ilclphia Inquirer Will Rogers O N BOARD PRESIDENTIAL TRAIN SOMEWHERE IN MEX ICO VIA LAREDO Dec Ambassador Morrow and I Just saw aclam nnd irrigation plant that will Irrigate acres Thats as big for Mexico as the Boulder dam scheme is for tho United States Thev have three others llko this one under construction so they are doing something down there besides shooting at each other Morrow has learned five words of Spanish and Is eating chili More than 350 American civil en gineora are down here on all this work Havent hoard a gun lired since I left Snn Antonio Adios WILL nOGEItS Copyright Gal Supports Mellons Tax Cut Proposal National Defense Is Biggest Item in Budget Recom mendations WASHINGTON Dec senting a budget of for tho next fiscal year to congress today President Coolidge stressed the neces sity for limiting prospective tax reduction to as recom mended by Secretary Mellon In his letter of transmlUal he also cautioned against any action which might jeop ardize tho balanced budget of the government Tho total appropriations recom mended by the president exceed last years budget by and the amount actually appropriated by con Kress for the current year by Tho president advised tlui house and senate however that a supplemental appropriation of would he needed to meet deficits incurred by various government agencies this year The largest Item in the new budget is for national defense an appropna tlon of as compared with n total of available this year being advocated The increase is accounted for mainly by the navy building program army housing pnd a continuation of tho five year aviation program for the army and navy Economy Still an Order A reduction of even In TURN TO PAGE 25 BOMBED TEACHER WILUpVER Sweetheart Who Put Dyna mite in Stove Is to Plead Not Guilty OTTAWA Dec condition of lola Bradford 23 Dana school teacher who waa injured last week by an explosion of dynamite placed In a school house stove by her sweetheart Hiram Reed was reported serious today Physicians however believe she will recover Reed who was visited by his father esterday will bo arraigned on charges of attempted murder Monday His attorney George Springer eald lio would plead not Rullty to thc charge Tho girl declines to discuss the bombing nor would sho indicate whether she would still marry Heed or not Hugh Former Secretary of State Announces Again He Is Too Old to Run NEW YORK Dec Evans Hughes former secretary of state issued a statement todfiy thai ho was not a canddate for the repub lican nomination for thc United States I am not a candidate in any saidMr I am keenly dis appointed by Mr jooiKiges decision but so far as my own nttitiMo toward tho candidacy Is concerned I stand by tho statement I made last May I havr nothing to add to In statement last May Mr Hughes said I do not wish my iinnio to foriisod in any contingency I am too old to run for president and I would neither seelj nor accept tho es Orders Ads for CoEd Smoking Out of Ames Paper AMES Dec managers of tho Iowa Daily Student indergracluate publication at Iowa State college aro concerning about the financial future of the paper fol lowing an edict from President n M Miishes that advertisements in any way suggesting smoliing to coeds on our campus may not be publlshed in it In revealins issuance of tho Onorgo Gregg business manager pointed out that a major portion of the papers revenue was derived from clcaretto nds FBI SAT 2 3 4 5 V 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 IS 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 21 28 29 30 31 Shopping fund Investigating committee that un carthed the material on which the exclusion fight Is based collaborated with Norris in drafting tho exclusion resolution The chief point selected by Senator Borah for emphasis what ho regards as the dangerous precedent tho senate would establish In 4ileny Ing the oath of office to Smith and Arare AVtho hag puMicly con rfemned the largei campaign oxpedi tnrcs of the two men in whose behalj ho was enlisted today Senator Borah contends that to deny a senatorelect theoath withholds from him the right to be heard on an equality with those who challenge him FRISCO LEAOS AS Kansas City Giving Leader Close Run at End of Seventh Ballot WASHINGTON Dec ballots had been voted tlic rcpuhliwiii na tional committee had failed select the parlys conven tion city here today San Francisco was three voles ahead of Kansas Oily Iho west coast ciiy having lost a lead of six over Kansas Oily during the seven ballols On the seventh ballot the vote stood San Francisco 44 Kansas City 41 Detroit 9 Chicago 3 Philadelphia 3 Cleveland a Friend Petition Miles to Run for Governor DESMOINRS Dec Miles editor of the Iowa ban under consideration a petition of many prominent democrats in Iowa that he become a candidate of that party for nomination ao governor It became known today This is thc first aign of political rctivity In stato demo cratlc circles In several months Committeemen Informed Black Hills State ment Stands WASHINGTON Dec his own words Calvin Coolidge la eliminated as a candidate for pres ident in 1U2S Ho hus not changed his stand ot Aug 2 when in the Black Hills he said I do not choose to and he Is emphatic now that my decision will ho Amplifying and to many most vital ly Interested both clarifying un changing his Black Hills pronounce merit tho president amazed the na tional republican committee yeserdny by admonishing it to vigorously con tinue the serious task ot selecting an other candidate from among the num ber of distinguished men With that admonition uppermost in their minds tho committeemcn set tyout today not only to select a city for its quadrennial convention but to find another man to carry the repub lican banner in next years campaign Will Abide by Decision Delivered to tho committee in the white house as nightfall was coming on the presidents amplification left tho great hulk of the that nothing remained but to bklo by Mr Coolhlges warning that t is time to be about its task of se eding another Ho stated his position In these terse sentences at the end of a forhjal dis sertation or party affairs This is naturally the time v to boplanning for the future the party will someplace in ngmUin tioit Its o for mature de liberation I stated to tho country oil Aug 2 that I did not choose to run far president in 1928 JUy statement stands No one should he led to suppose that I have modified 11 My decision will he rcspecferf After I had hccn eliminated tho party begun and should vigor ously ronlhme tljo seriniis task of selictiiu another rn militate from among ho number of dis tinguished men Tho members rose ns Air Coolldge inlshcd speaking While they looked t ono another for that others had heard ns they did tho Jrcsldcnt silently slipped away to hla rivate quarters Chairman Rutler of tho committee close friend of the president who has predicted on occasions that an Irre ilo draft movement would claim Mr CoolidRo left tardily chin In his vercoat collar and hands thrust deep ntn his pockets I wont say hn mum led as bo almost climbed into the vrong automobile lowan Nearly Weeps Aflor him ran former Senator Ernst f Kentucky Ernst found time hako head and snFip settled Tos The committee xvomau from Iowa ifrs T P Hotlowell followed re marking hnw closely ilio had come to vocplnpr as Mr CoolldRO read hla tatfmont Sho hart noted the touch f mnnrnfnliicfs In the presidents olre Its tho way it scorned o hor to say Theampllfl rnmn ns too much of a surprise t had licelicnrt beat moro rnpld y And Mrs Alvin T Hert of Kon nclcy rhnlrmnn of the cnmniit T had tho way about It It was too snd for sho said and a Kint ACtor them name Cntnmitteemon Tnmlln of of Iowa Vlllinms of OreRon Sullivan of TtFKN TO rAfSK TWENTYFIVE LOCAL GlobeGazette won then figures for 21 hour period ending at a m Wednesday Minimum jj At a Precipitation Snowfall About tho only good that can o said about such weather descended upon Maxon City Tuesday Is that it makes us appreciate our summers tho more There wnw itn evening of sleet which made motoring most dangerous and tedious under akiriR Thiin came the snow and it continued thru the forenoon driven a stiff ririrtluvost comlllionH prevailed in1 the country threatening to cripple railroad and highway traffic POOR PA By Claude Callan I KHess Mas wimlm me n piil my best Tool forward hut I Vifrnrc Unit people arc iroiii lo see holh