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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 15, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Generally fair tonight and Friday colder in central and east portions cold wave in extreme cast portion with temperatures ranging between iero and to degrees above zero VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES JjASQNCITY7IOWA THURSDAY DEC NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the AND INTERNATIONAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE Dakin Outlines Oppor tunity to Establish Re search Center in City The immigration quota ot the United States should be determined by Ameri cancitizens and not by a number that Cjjme anypuicicular year David li ihillinglaw former member Le gion aeronautics committee and stu dent of international economics de ciaifedat the joint Legion and auxiliary party at the armory Wednesday eve e ning before persons a crowd of nearly The speaker explained the Legions proposal of adding a department of aeronautics when warranted to the na defense scheme and declared time American by a process ot evolu tion baa reached a point In her exist ence when she must consider interna tional problems The meeting was attended bLe gionnaires and auxiliary members a score of surrounding coniimlnl ies including Clear Lake Sheffield New Hampton AVest Union Bclmoml Britt Hampton Nora Springs Manly Ackley anj Crystal Lake Big Opportunity Open Dr C B bakln chairman of the Americanization committee of the announced that an opportunity to tablish a research center for Ameri can history in Mason City lay before jtho Legion as result of thousands of assports Handed to Soviet Diplomat ist Official SHANGHAI Dec ationalist government today handed ho soviet consul general at Shanghai is passports He was requested to eavo nationalist territory wltliin a were given the soviet envoy by Quo TalChl nationalist un der Chaiang KaiShek to remove al leged Russian influence in Chinese af fairs In addition to severing diplomatic relation the nationalists also broke off commercial relations demanding tho closure of Russian commercial ngencies including the Russian state Balbank ana the vJlunteer fleet Quo Taictif in issuing the request to the Russians to leave notionalist territory following Instructions ssued by the Nanking nationalist gov ernment As Took Off on Momentous Mexican FlighT With Russian Consul Chief Given Hearing woman a surpulouse Naval e Uift ear has found a scora oftnenfcup 111 flioir Taft V I the Continental there are only four in existence Is Should Fill Vacancies Tha Legion he contended should fill In the vacancies ofthis depart ment by adding new volumes of a standard nature The fivemill tax for thelibrary does not provide funds for this ho said The establishment of this department according to Dr Da will be a boon to the Junior col lege and high school ot Jlason city and make It possible for them tospe in American history gov ernment in a manner that pfolmoly no other Junior college or high school In the country could do Action on this matter v Ill take place at a future glon meeting Dr 31 J Fitzpatrlck announced the Mercy hospital offered 20 per cent dis count for Legionnaires In good stand fin in this post nnd In surrounding posts acknowledging the matter in Tiling This discount will be 20 per nt foV cash and per cent for pay lent within no days Glen Club Sinss sy numbers were given by the glee club while Mrs Avis gave 1 voca1 solo The auxil Oary served luijch after the program music for the dance was sup f piled by the Alaskans orchestra Fred fjigSbafter of Lawler entertained for Vf several minutes on his miniature or Members of Company F wero LJguests at the meeting S Before Mr took the plat movies of the Paris convention were shown withCharles Barlow ai the machine Tha pictures showec TURN TO PAGE 4 liavy department over tion oC that branch ot the national do fcnse was given a hearing1 today be fore the house naval committee anf he again pointed out numerous fault which he felt existed First the admiral thot there could be great improvement In the location of navy yards He thot there were also too many admirals and finally he resented any suggestion that ho did not like vay he was treated In the matter of issignment to duty 96 Million Paid to U S by Eight Nations WASHINGTON nee treasury today received from eight foreign governments In semtannunl payments of their indebt edness to tho United States Great Britain paid Belgium CzechoSlovnkia Finland JS2 to Hungary Lithuania 47 and Alexander WomenMoot United aid society met In the church base ment wittaMrs Jetjo Latham and Mrs Ray Klchards as hostesses AUNT MET By Robert I dont go much theway womans sctliiV room looks but let me take one peek at her closets and I can tell you all about The GlobeGazette Offers to Its Readers a Baking Booklet Can you make good pie crust Very few people can Have you ever tried to make parker house roils There isnt any trick In making these things perfectly The depart ment of agriculture has published a booklet which makes it possible for any one It sets forth the right way to make pastry and bread This baking book Is a govern ment publication and our Wash ington bureau will obtain a copy for any one who sends four cents In stamps for return postage and handling In filling out the coupon bo sure to write your name and address clearly Frederic J IJasIim Director Tlio Mason City GIobeGnzctto Information Bureau Washington D C I enrlfwo herewith four cents in stamps for a copy of the BAKING UOOKLET Name Street Cily State en he has been on trial for mui or a month multiplies the bcen today from s today of George Remus who reslvft of Hospice St is wife here nifi wenlts Charles orphanage willi the prohabll Judge Rules Agaihst Defend ant After Verbal Attack on Prosecution CINCINNATI Iireo ulienlsts who have oh George Kcnms since lie in ception of his murder trial nearly five weeks ago today agree upon a report tn Judge Cliester K Shoolc that the defendant was sane Oct 6 lust when ho shot nnd killed his estrangedwife Imogene CINCINNATI Dec A conviction for contempt of the court in which fie has been on trial for mui dcr fo trouble slew his wife here nie weeks ago Remus himself paved the way foi bringing the discipline of JudgeShook down upon him yesterday when he de manded lhat tlio jury be excluded so he might argue a point of law Vee Ing from it he renewed his anscriiig attack upon Prosecutor Charles p Taft and his threo assistants Thesethroo hurled at Taft Walter 1C Sibbald and Carl E Bassler Sibliaid seemed not to been singled out for persona attacks but1 when Remus renewed his cJnsaiflca tion of novices and specified three that Included Sibbald Tho towering Sibbald started to ward Remus Sihbald howled the do Tendant Into silence I resent theso nnd i lont propose to stand for any nioic of ho shouted Tiio courtroom was n a furore iomo bailiffs poundfd for order ormPd a human fence around Jmlgo Shook restored order but broke out along new lines fudge Shook ruled that Remus bcen iji contempt Orphanage in Quebec Scene of Disaster Firemen Work Frantically to Get Occupants Out 18 Bodies Recovered BULLETIN QUEBEC Dec Thirty ono young children all girls are to Imvo lost their lives in the fire which ilcstroyerl tlie irospico St Charles orphanage last night Eleven hnil been pos itively identified QUEBEC Dec Eighteen ity thiit the death list would mount A check of the missing ind Injured led firemen to believe that at least 50 lost their lives Firemen were unable to search the ruins which were still smoulderingthis forenoon r Tho bodies of 17 children and one woman recovered indicated that they had died of suffocation rather than by fire The walls of tlie ancient structure collapsed while the flrn was at its Bowden Recaptured in St Louis Sentenced at Ottunwa bTTOVnyA Dc r Bowden IS was sentenced to ID years in tlie mens reformatory at nmosa by Judge K S Wells heie today whon he guilty to ut tering aforged instrument Bowden confessed robbing the bag asemasters office in the union sta fonliere Oct 30 nnd taking a regia ercd package containing Burllngtur railroad employes paychecks totaling 500 The checks were cashed here was arrested at Greensboro V and while being returned y Sheriff M Kuosart and Consta S Jjomvell escaped at St ouis where he wns recaptured y police Buffalo Center Fire Wagon Has Two foat Tires as Whistle Blows BUFFALO CENTER Dec 15 last night stopping rescue The Buffalo Center fire Pilifnt Sight at Morgue So rapidly did the flames spread that despite every effort hy tho nuns firemen priests and citizens little cojluii done to rescues tho young sters many of whom wero so over come by sloop thnt they could hardly what was going on Hostellers fearlessly entered the burning building and returned with eliiMrcn still half asleep Many chil dren Jumppd from windows and the older children dialed younger ehil divn alonpr with them Tho morsuo wns a pitiful sight Thn little bodies wero all laid on slabs and TURN TO PACE 21 was called out Monday when the residence of Mrs Ki tron caught fire Tho flro whistle and tho firemen rushed over te got the fire car out and found that the tires wero After driving three blocks they arrived nt ho Mother Wont Make Trip to Mexico City as Calles Guest DETROIT Dec EvuinjeJino JU JU Lliulbcrisli to day declined tho invitation of Am imssaclor Uwight W Morrow to spend the Christmas holidays with her son Col Charles A uojffli in Mexico Cily as a guest of tlio iimbassadur urn President Calles n Mexico MEXICO CITY Dec Cheered by crowds that gathered in Hie streets everywhere that he passed 2ol Chinlea A LindbeiKh this morn ng jiald an official call upon Presi icnt Calles who ngajn felicitated him upon his brilliant flight from Washing on to Mexico City Completely rested after a 12 hour sleep and looking fit and fine tlio Am urican air hero made a series of offi ial visits with American Ambassador Dwight W Monow and then went out to the Valbueiia air fiela to see us beloved Spirit St he gained such worldwide Among the places which the AmeH can aviator visited were tha foreign palace ajul thena tional museum atthelatter place in spectlng tho famous Aztec calendar stone Everywhere that ho went the boy goodwillamhassa or was greeted joyfully bV whoso hearts he COni letely rron hisway Calls for Ijimllieigli A crowd of several hundred persons ad gathered outside tho gates of the tmerlwin embassy when Lindbergh nd Morrow left for the ornign office Viva the crowd shouted and the mencan flyer responded with his sual aiiick smileand wave of his Ambnasador Morrow beamed with Icasuro at the friendly clemonstra or Plows Ready for Snow on CountyRoad Crew Waiting for Wind to Subside Before Clearing Highways County Engineer It E rtobeitson and his force of snow fighters ntoo ready Thursday to clear tho of tho county whenever it should be como necessary Unless the roads becameblocked however tlie crew planned to wait un til tho wind had subsided Clearing tlio roads duringa hard wind nearly always leaves the high ways In condition than said Mr Robertson It forms a lip of on each side and ns a result the road fills up In a short Mr Robertson said ho would prob ibly put tlio crews to work In tho af ernoon Even If tho drifts aresmall It is lecossary to elthem cleared before hey can be packed down into he aid When that takes place ft makea t difficult to get thru should a big nowfnll Workmen were busy Thursday put Ing up tlie last carload of snowfence n gaps left on tho highways both and south of Mason City Most tho posts had been driven liofore he frost A few wero driven Wednes ay The driving was rather slow It as stated but the nosts wont down This carload of fence was delayed ecauso a previous consignment o nowfeneo had been rejected by tin state Blizzard In Minnesota ST PAUL Dec blizzard swept into Minnesota fion Nortli Dakota today only a wool after one severe storm had caused havoc In tho state In the vicinity of Fargo N mor than 15 Inches of snow had fallen thr heaviest in tho history of tho weutho bureau Bismark N father west re ported more six inches wKh winds piling up mountainous drifts At Fnrfro tlif schools were closed today 4 ces whcra the streets still be WL VU1I HIIJJ UP flagged with the stars and stripes and Mexican colors from yesterdays triumphal procession the populace and Mm Hollis Announces 3 More Legislators Will Aid Bond Issue DBS MOINES Dec The proposed special road bond session of Hearst Claims Were to Have Got Big Calles Payments WASHINGTON Deo Four United States Heflln LaFoIletta and lamed today as the mysterious quar ct recently described anonymously in tho Hearst newsjxvpcr as the Intend ed recipients of a Mexican slush fund Immediately their names weis lisclosed Borah Heflln and LaFol letto appeared fore the special sen ato committee in gating tho charges and denied tliat they ever had received money from such a source or had bcen ap proached by any ono who might have been interested irt sucii an offer Senator Norrln who is 111 at lila home received Sen ator Johnson Cali fornia who had tlio state legislature came tho street few minutes tho corrl forohrn office ind with In a tors of the building were packed with applaudln tho American IJnrtberfih smiled nodrlod In m ireciutloii of the weleoma and pan led by Ambassador JUoirmv cn ma I receptionwas safon TURN TO PARR 21 Caraway Introduces a step nearer realization today announced CoJ Glen C Hayes secretary of the Iowa Good Roads RepresentativeC association wit Hollis Cedar arm Aid Measure WASHtNGTCW Dec is X possible substltnto for tho Vetoed Mr NaiyIIaueen farm relief was In THE LOCAL SSSJ denco to learn theVlre had put out by of Mrs trap Sfovc o Austiiivillr Ing tho Tv T linvc li Austin farm OIoheGnzette weather figures for period endingat a m Thursday 33 Minimum i At a Prccipiinlinn Snowfall the weather tallis of ap proaching cold weather he usually ippen means just that as wns demonstrated Wednesday night A tier the mercury had hugger tiie freezing point nil inl and nrior n visitation of sleet and ralii It about midnight the northwest wind K got In Its work and the mercury did vrrxr moved to thn iy Mr and Mrs Rudolph Fisher Intply returned hern from Minnesota Wlil move to the Austin farm a precipitous drop tr f above zero at oclock Thursday morning The sleet ninl ialn gnvn way to snow altho there was only a quarter of an Inch of snow in toto 1alls reporting that three more mem hers of tho houso havo agreed to OovemoiHammllia stipulation that tlio special session must deal solely with tho state bond A meeting of tho IcKlnlativo oom nuttoa of tho house and tho sjjnato will Io hcM hero next Tuesday Mr ilaynea announced Already a majority of senate ias agreed to support tho stale bond ssue while the house lacks lbont six ho reported An effort will br enlist 10 or 32 more represen tatives in tho petition askingfor the special session Confessed Slayer of Girl Adjudged Insane MILWAUKEE Dec 15 Elmer Peterson accused of the stay ng of Janet Foley was commited to he state hospital fdr tho criminally Shaughnessy after three alienists ap pointed hy tho court reported that n their opinion ho was insane POOR PA By Claude Callan NOUIUS gone to him for a statement nnd de nied any connection with an alleged slush fund Ho told tho California that ho had never been approached by anyone in connec lion with Mexico Senator Borah who is chairman of tho foreign o ns commlttLo wag named In the documents nuunJt ted by dolph Huursc as Jiiivlnj Hieon1 dfis to receive ifeflin was to havo received All of these four senators havo been interested Jioxican affairs at one time or another each of 3 them disagreed i with ttio Mexican policies of tho Cool Idgo administration TheAmerican payoff man for the Ma Mini loLs of the Smilhs Ilial live donr mtil flieir son old inoupli in Ko our rmgliler an slush fund was said in ihe douiimenU to havo been Dudley Field Alalono the New Vork lawyer also took tho witness stand and denied connection with any such project T li o dosumentg wcra submitted to tho committee hy Mr Hearst with the comment altho ha had many rea sons to think they had como from the official files of the Mexican govern ment and wero au thentic he did iiol believe any of UK money had beei jaid over After Borah Hef in and Lnlollette had entered their denials and asked for prosecution of those responsible for the charges Robinson of Arkansas tho democratic floor leader told the com mittee that in hla Judgment Isn t any ono who wouTil think that any ono oC these senators received or would recFive nno dollar for any ac tion touching their Senator Reed of Pennsylvania chairman of the committee added that there was no evidence that any sen i a tor had received money from the sources nnmed In thw course of his testimony Sena tor Heflin did say that he Had ro colved somo payments for eTpensea while he wns lecturing on Mexican af fairs but tint tlio chocks from ministers K K K men ind others Intorestrd in the nnrl said lluy had received monry from no nnc Nurris All WASITINfiTOX TVr Squalor XorrlK Xcbrnskn finm his vlck room today denied knowledge of a Mexican fund de in to a Investifrnilncr today rnformed thnt Senator Johnson ro Crdifornia was coming to him a Senator Xorrls TUHN TO IAGE 2t   

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