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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 16, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Unsettled arid Saturday light snow probable not BO cold tonight AND MASON CITY VOJj XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED DAILY TIMES BPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY DEC NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited lot ffie Horned UNITED PRE33 AND NBW3 SUPPLEMENTAL 59 IV Qhloan Would Take Presidential Nomina tion if Offered By DON KENNELS COLUMBUS Decj Donahey only man to be elected governor of Ohio for three consecutive terms is not a candidate for tho presidency of the United States i But he would acceptthe democratic nomination if it were offered to If tho democratic partywants me to serve it in any higher office than I hold it will have to draft Chinese Lindys Will Include Other Land ow PUBLISHER PAID now Donahey says My desire is to return to private life when J leave the governors of fice at the beginning of And those who knew Donabey as a printer as a county officer as a state auditor and finally as govern or ofthe state that has sent seven native sons to the white house be lieve he means what he says He doesnt talk In riddles Thot Him n Candidate For several years Governor Dona heys friends have consideredhim a presidential possibility But be at tracted little attention among national observers until he was elected gov of Ohio for the third consecutive term Party leaders were forced to con cede that a democrat who was the peoples choice for executive head of a great state three times In succession twice in the fact of tesuhltoan land gossibly ivas timber out ot vlucn u nominee could be built v Dpnahcys ftank admission that he would accept the democratic nomina tion illustrates one of the reasons why his supporters refer to him as Hon est Favored by Dry League OC course I would accept the nom he says I believe that any man health permitting should re spond to the call of his party if It Is decided he Is tho logical candidate of that party for the presidency But that doesnt mean that I want It I hope and planxto settle downtoTi private life a quiet life when I leave office fighting for a few ideals that a former governor might be able to ac Tho most recent mention of Dona heys name in connection with the presidentcy was made by Dr Howard Hyde Hussell founder of the Anti Saloono league of America In a re cent interview in which national poli tics were discussed ha said There is one man I consider a very available and attractive candidate to rally Donahey is a In all of his campaigns for the governorship he has bad the support of the dry forces However he Is not a radical and several times since he has been in of fice he has had runins with the AntiSaloon league Outlines Policies Tlie Ohio sixfooter blueeyed and with the physique of a Just returned from the dedication of a school building when ho was interviewed concerning the presidency With his feet propped up nt the side of a log fire in bis office in the Col umbus sstato house ho talked about the coming campaign Xaturally I am Interested In the democratic nominee for he said I believe he should be In full sym pathy with the enforcement of all TURN TO PAGE 19 Aviator Is to Visit Centra American Countries After Mexico MEXICO CITY Dec lengthy flights Christmas City with his mother and possibly hull fight are now on the program o Col Charles A Lindbergh just thr with his brilliant good will Washing ton Mexico City flight Tho American air hero plans to fl from Mexico City to Guatemala Hon duras Salvador Panama and Ha vana Cuba as one step of his swln homo and then as tlie second step d rectly from Havana to bis home city St Louis Mo Colonel Lindbergh told the col respondents that he believed a regula air line service would be establlshei between the United States and Mex Ico and Central American countrie before very long This would come he thot before a regular transAt lantic air service could be established The American airman said that hi did not believe transAtlantic at service was feasible as yet and added that he considered his flight to Parl more difficult than the one to Mexlc City Given MesJian Honors MEXICO CITY Dec Paid the highest Jiondr in tho power tho Mexican government Charles A Lindbergh today wag ready to grat TURN TO PAGE 19 WOMANfftGM MURDER CHARGE Mrs Erma Williams Des Moines Accused of Troopers Death DES MOINES Dec Charges rf murder were filed in muni cipal court today against Mrs Erma Williams Des Moines In connection with the death last Sunday of Private Oscar Brown Sloline Fort DCS Moines soldier Arraigned before Municipal Judge Sellers Mrs Williams pleaded not guilty to the charge Slie failed to post bond and was committed to jail to await preliminary hearing Jan 16 Two other persons Jack London and Lev AIcQuittie both Negroes ar rested with Mrs Williams In connec tion with the soldiers deatli will prob ably ba released Warmer Temperature Predicted for Iowa DES MOINES Doc Tho chill of zero temperatures was felt In Iowa again last night when tho thermometer dropped to 2 below at Sioux City tho government weather bureau reported Somewhat warmer temperatures forecast for tonight by the ther bureau aitlio unsettled wealhcr was expected to bring light snow by tomorrow Scene as Russians Startled Disarmament Meet AUNT By Robert Guillen I never git sick but what Sue Bpyd comes to see me and tells me about some of her folks that had the same symptoms nnd died in spite of all he doctors could The GlobeGazette Offers Booklet About Selecting Cotton Goods How to tell the quality and merit of dress materials and other cotton goods by the weave fiber finish dye etc It tells with pictures how fifty varieties of cloth are made and how to select the best for your purpose Government exports in the department of agriculture pre pared this booklet which is now available thru our Washington in formation bureau It Is told In simple terms BO that every shopper may benefit by knowing all about cotton fabrics Use the coupon i Frederic 3 Hnskiu Director The Mason City GIobeGazetfe Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith four cents In sfanipg for a copy of the SELECTION OF COT TON FABRICS Street CHy Stnte Alienists Claim There Is No Transitory In CINCINNATI Dec found to abide by an alienists report sanity hist Oct 8 rtien he shot and killed his wife lino Georga Remus today faced the isk of winning freedom from a Jury nto whose ears for nearly fivo weeks ad been dinned the defenses plea of transitory maniacal Sixteen closely typewritten pages of the Remusfamily history the lifeof the defendant himself hj outbursts his general court room demeanor and finally of tho testimony In the case concluded with tho assertion that nemiif had evi denced insanity in no form wiiatso ever It ivas handed Judge Chester Shook yesterday Virtually an nil day battle was In sight today as the defense struggled to eliminate nearly all of tho report Tha state was prepared to fight this move but wished however to elim inate that part of the report predicated upon the study of the family Remus Remus cocounsel Charles IT Els ton struggled strenuously first to j escape being hend by and then to prevent being fore the jury at all even in the most severely edited form In their final observation the psy chiatrists held that Remus rnsrs and conduct failed to conform with any known classifiable type of Insanity were riot Included in and that they did not meet the arid medi cal qualifications of Their final sheet was that there wns no such disease as transitory mani acal insanity DOCTOR PERMITS INFANT WITHOUT BRAIN TO DIE CHICAGO Dec blllty of a parallel to the Baby Boll inger case of 12 years ago was seen today when a haby girl born without a brain died at a hospital Mrs Ray Cullen parents of the Infant wcre quoted by the Herald as agreeing death would bo moio humane than a life of paralysis and Imbecility to which the child was doomed had It lived Hospital attendants said the child would have died In spite of any effort lo save it Thonewspaperquoted Dr Martin Sehupmann attending physician us saying tho child would never have boen able to think talkor move and for thatreason we decided to allow nature to correct its own mistake 31 Victims of Orphanage Blaze to Be Buried at City Expense QUEBEC Dec civic funeral will tako place Sunday after noon for tho victims of the firo which Wednesday destroyed tho Hospice SI Charles orphanage All expenses will borne by tlv Twelvo years ngo tho late Dr Hat bcrof nun municipal and provincial authorities Burial will follow the group funera service On Monday a mass will bt celebrated for the vlctflim Search went on for IT children as yet unaccounted for Thirtythree bodies most of them children were re covered Tho 95 year oWorphannge which had housed 500 children r Halselden refused to operate on Bollingtr to save its life be lt was hopelessly deformecl Blue Earth Robbers Get Loot Valued at From Jewelry Firm BLUE EARTH Dec entered the A p Hawkins Jewelry store and took merchandise valued at The goods taken consisted of cuff links belt buckles compacts etc The safe was not molested Entrance wns mndo by forcing the lock of the door There is no clew to the robbers Alburnett Residents Accuse John Duffy of Holdup Nov 30 CEDAR RAPIDS Dec Duffy Chicago confessed alcohol runner was Identified Inst night as ono of two men who held up the Al burnett state bank Nov 30 and es raped with nearly by N M Straight president and A T Schiller fashior or the bank County Attorney Walcr J Barugrovcr announced to day J n Schomler also held In jail Iiero had already been identified as tho other robber Duffy has continued to deny any connection with tho holdup while au thorities aro trying to connect him with tho robbery of a Vlnton bank last Duffy and Schomler with Mra Sohomler nnd Margaret Sullivan Chi o held in connection with antomo Ilo thefts last summer were to be irralgned today a mnn erecl ruins A modevn wing however stood undamaged Tim loss was cat mated by the Itev Mother Rt Hide tonse at oE which i covered by Insurance Visit In Wisconsin AM3ONA Dec 1G Miss Ella Thompson and her mother hnvo gono for an extended 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 House Passes Measure Which Will Cut 289 Million Off Revenue WASHINGTON Dec irodiict of clashingwills and freighted wltii controversy the new tax bill stood today on the doorstep of the senate finance committee It arrived there duringthe night speeded toward the second lap of its legislative steeplechase by thehouso a vote ot 306 to 24 that climaxed week of hectic nnd partisan assay ing of the publics pocketbook As It faced today tho gamut ot the senate committee and beyond that the Iroublous senato itself tlio measure rauld rcduco treasurys revenue The wide spread between that fig uro and the reduction proposed by the ways and means com mittee which drafted the bill and the maximum1 fixed by Sec retary Mellon was eloquent testimony to democratic opportunism and n dem ocraticrepublican coalition that gained tho uppor hand in the final skirmish Ing In the house TVth many of Its provisions bear resemblance to tho treas ihial recommendations and farfifttniy the In which itcamo from the ways and means committee tho bill now would deprive the government ot more revenue than the treasury had proposed Houso Agrees to Clutngos It goes to tho other end of tho capl tol with n prediction from Representa tive Ciarner Texas ranking democrat on the ways and moans committee that its reduction would bo raised to half a billion by tho senate Following are the proposed changes n the revenue first as proposed u the hill ns it wns passed by the house Second as agreed upon hy a tho ways and means com nlttce and third as recommended by lie treasury Reduction in tlio tax on corporation with net taxable incomes of more ban from to ler cent committee same treasury to 12 per rent Eesimatcd loss IA revenue under tha bin Increase in exemption for from to com TURN TO PAGE 10 Every Effort Made to Put Russians Out Authorities Endeavor to Cap ture All Communists in City HANKOW Deo authorities raided tho consulate hero tliis morning All Russian and Chinese occupants wero arrested Tho authorities then proceeded ta round up nil communists and all those suspect being com munists thruout the city Hankow was the sceno of Intense excitement when troops occupied tho former Russian and Ger man concessions and carried out a systematic house to houso search foi communists Kvcn dancing halls frequented by Russians were visited and it was estl mated this morning that virtual every communist or suspect had been rounded up Early rising foreigners saw Rus slans of both sexes being marched off to jail in night attire some barefoolec id dishelved Many women were roped togetbei and some Ncreamcd hysterically One terrified girl Jumped from a secom story window and was seriously In jured A number ot those arrested were detained at tho police station and i is believed that the soviet consula officials themselves were taken t military headquarters Gas Supply Fails on Coldest Day of Winter in 20 Arkansas Cities IATTIVR ROCK Dec A break in tho main lino of tlio Ar natural company nouth of Ark idelphia today left 20 Arkansas cities ncluding Little Rock Pino Bluff and lot Springs without a gnu supply on Tie of tho coldest days of tho xvintor Jompany officials vaid tliat it wns loubtfnl if tho break could bo found nd repaired before night Students Give Party THOMPSON Dec sopho noro dass if tho high school spon ored a party Thursday night at the igh school gym Invitations were re elved by the remaining student body nd teachers Officers Meet Chicagos Gang Leader as He Leaves Train IOLIET Cii pone Chicago bootlegger and gang ster was arrested today na he alighted from a Santa Fe railroad train at the union elation here The polico turned nut In force to meet him and he wns rushed lo headquarters Capono had gone lo Angeles with his wife and two friends for a us he explained to police at that ity but found he was an unwelcome guest Newspaper stories of his arrival in California led the hotel In which he was occupying u luxurious suite to lemaml his departure Two An geles detectives later accompanied Ca iono and party to n train and saw them safely on their way back to Chi cago Four gangsters loitering nt the mlon station wero arrested shortly jeforo the train from tlie west pulled n Revolvers wero taken from them and they were phiced In ceils to await the arrivnl of chief LOCAL GlobeGazette weather figures for 4 hour period ending nt a in H above zero Hafnium 3 below zero U n Iwlow zero race of snow If there is iny one factor moro prn uctive of cold and weather tan a Chamber of Commerce dinner uch as was held nt tho Ifanford Uursctay night it Iinsnt como to the lobeGazette weather mans atten on He can remember three or four ccasions ut least In as many years hen theso affairs havo been held to 10 accompaniment of swirling snow nd nubzero temperatures Tho wind as In tho northwest IYMny morning nd altho the nun was book on the ib there was no Immediate prospect J V1 Will Rogers MEXICO Deo Sonic body could havo beun president Wednesday without a revolution It they had Just thot about It wiiiio CulJes was fit the aviation field with all the In Mcxlcs Someone could have taken tile aee sent out his laundry and an ncunccd that ho were president While wo wero having breakfast Thursday mornjng at tho embassy somebody told Ilndbergh ic ought to stay and see some of tco whilo here He Fair I saw al Mexico ycMiorday but the Julf of Lower California To show you tho modesty of this fellow tho ambassador wns reading how the wholo world printed cf his trip ho Papers ouglit to give me a prize for gHtlng moic sensational headlines for loss rea son tlinn anyone ever did If you have wondered what a hero eats for breakfast it Is this He had fruit ham and pgga toast and coffee Just about whiit i com mon fellow will ent when ho can gct it Tours P the sennto found who Kavo the flonators tho money down hwe I want to sre if thrrc Is nuv left ROGKRS Witness Says He Papers Taken From v Archives 4 WASHINGTON Dec Pursuing its inulry Into the autheifi ticlty of documents published Herast purporting iS show that was Bet aside bj Mexico for four American senators special senate investigating today appeared to bava cast aside any theory that tho money reached tho IsorrltFi LaFolletto and Heflin At tha request tho accused senSj tors and following their unqualified denials of even knowledge of the oik fair tho committee quickly turned ta tracing tho documents when In da and night sessions it found no evis denco of payment of the money After its third session which closed at oclock last night the mltto subpoenaed tho records of all cablo and telegraph companies in York relating to messages bctweeij Mexico and this country Kilns Denies Charges Today It was confronted thf sweeping charges by Aruro M Bllan Mexican consul general In New York named in the documents as President Callea1 Intermediary to handle the money that the papers given the com mittee by William Randolph Henrst wero forgeries and thu Insistent atory of Miguel Avila former ployo In theAmerican or genco that archives City and Troni tlie files ot Ellas office in NewYork Avila said ho hot all tho documents with Hearsts money but not in tlw presence of Elias waiving any claim to diplo matic Immunity told the committee under oath he had never seen Avila until yesterday Avila also under oath replied that be hud talked with Kilns several times had taken a drink with him this year In New York and Hid received American department of justice papers from him in New Or cans once Further information from other newspaper men in tho Hearat servico of obtaining of tlis documents was solicited today Dociimenls Cost Several including Mr Hearst told Veely yesterday how an unnamecl Vmerican in business in Mexico had irst revealed that documents In United States eenators wers ivallable how Avila wns hired finally o obtain them that about ot in all was tha cost of them low the documents wero taken to resident Cuolidgo and Secretary Kei osg and turned buck without nation On one point all witnesses thero was no evidence f payment of the money to tho Benai ors After each of tho senators haJ loiifetl in vigorous statements ho committee members thcmselveij expressions of u their colleagues and Chairman Reed repnUlcnn Pennsylvania iromiso of a thoro Investigation td Intnrmino ncnts tha source of tho Funeral Setvices for Mitchell Resident Hdtf Dec funerai services for Mra Sarah Weldln 80 years old who died at the home ol her son here Irving WcMln held today at liio residence For many sears Mra AVeidin operated a board inpr in Mitchell POOR PA By Claude Gallon Out1 daughter Bettys huyin so many presents Unit iliink shes got peo ple on hoilist that she dont oven   

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