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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 19, 1927, Mason City, Iowa IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight and probably Tuesday t Slowly rising temperatures Tuesday and In northwest AND MASON CITY IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COP ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRB REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DEC 19 1927 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 61 INTEGRITY OF FIREOFJpRIS Senator Questions Mo tives of Publisher in Slush Fund Stories WA3HTXGTOX Dec openletter to William Randolph Hearst condemning him for publica tion at the documents purporting to showcreation of a Mexican fund States senators was madepublic today by Senator Xorris republican Nebraska one of tho senators named in the documents Senator Xorrisand the three other senators Idaho Hcflin Alabama and LaFolIette Wis been cleared of any sus picion of having received the money or having been approached in regard to it by members the special senate committee investigating the char and also by Mr Hearst who gave the documents to the committee From his sick bed Senator Xorrif asked Mr Hearst why lie did not publish along with the documents 1 concerning the slush fund that he had no evidence that any of the sena tors received the money The Hearst aid not use the nnmes oC the senators beincr made public when the documents were given to the senate committee by Sir Hearst Calls Hearst Dishonest Senator Korris said that inn I ysis ot the articles published bj Hearst and oC his testimony before the committee leads to the inevitable conclusion that you are not only nn fair and dishonest but thai you are entirely The special committee invest tnp the authenticity of the documents hrtd adjourned hearings until Dec scieklnj additional papers peihaps from Itself QuestioiVmg the of Mr Hearst tho XsbraEkan wrote For the sake of your linuncial In vestments you were not only willing to ruin the reputation of honest nn innocent men bjjt you were willinr to plunge our country into war with n friendly neighbor and thus increase the army oC widows and orphans and wounded and crippled Senator Xorris asked Hearst it he didnt Know what was common knowledge nil newspapermen tho United States ihat ninny al legged official documents from Mexico were being offered for sale to ill kimla of 01 nnd toall hinds of Payers Honor At one point in his letter of more than words the senator de clared the record of Mr Hearsts par ticipation inthe episode was in his opinion sufficient to brineinto ques tion the honor of the Hearst news piper system The senator recalled that when Mr Hearst was on the witness stand be fore the committee he said he had not attempted to learn whether the sena tors had any of the money Tlie ordinary Senator Norris continued will not crnso lo tnko notice Hint the four mentioned wore all in the In their opposition to inlerfer by our government In Iho a I of Mexico It is ialhrr remarkable that It is only Hi is class of senators whose reputations nraMttackcd These men are standing as forcefully as they knew how against n policy in Mexico which yonwere in of What is your motive Mr Hearst You have testified before the commit tee that you have very valuable prop erties n Mexico It is almost common knowledge that you were In favor of the overthrow oC tho present govern ment Voti evidently bcIWved that if 1 revolution could bo started it would TURN TO PAGE IS KING BEN DEAD MEXICO CITY ACCLAIMS LINDBERGH Members of the House of David colony Benton Harbor withheld announcement of the death of their aged leader Kins Benjamin Iurnoll shown here from Friday morning until today in the belief tlwt tho leader would be resurrected after the manner of Christ SaysHoovers Right to Run Is in Doubt Paper Claims Cabinet Mem ber Has Not Lived 14 Years in U S YORK Dec N ew uoil tlemoeiatii in u dis patch fiom tiitional ellsiifllltyo rt fw the piesideno is beiut iucstioned that the question fir rained in i whispering campaign h become of interest to his friends The provides that no ono shall be eligible for the office who shall not have attained to 130 oC li years and been 11 years a resident within tho United The World says for 0 yearn before ho became food administrator in 1017 Mi I cover was much iu the Orient Knrone and that those who say his legal residenpe was abroad Uiilil 1DJT declare they have strong lega evidence on tins point Thosn who iiucslion Mi Hoovers eligibility the article adds th constitution means that the ycaVs oE residence within the United Stsucu nuist be continuous up to tlio timo ot taking cffice Mr Hoover was horn In Wes Branch Iowa Aug 10 JS71 and r muincd in the United States conhiu onsly until ISJT the World says Mother of Famous Flyer Will Spend Christmas With Her Son Ucr plane beariiif Mrs Evan Kfilme L IJmlbergh to Mexico from Detroit landed at p central standard time at tlie Municipal airport southwest of the oily plane flew over the city at a iow altitude before coming to earth Plans were to entertain Mrs Lindbergh at luncheon DETROIT Dec Kvangrelino Ij Jj Lindbergh probably tlie first woman ambassador or gotHl will took the air ut a east ern standard time today on the first lap oC the flight whiah will carry her to llcxico City and n Christinas holi day with her son Col Charles A Lindbergh Americas hero ol avia tion F X Walker representative ot the Ford Motor company in charge oE the trip stated that the party would prob ably arrive at Indianapolis at 1 p easterntime St Louis will be reached at 4 p eastern time if the plane holds to the schedule AValker said Tho huge Ford allmetal monoplane No C1077 in which the flight is being made was piloted by Harry Brooks and besides Mrs Lindbergh Mr and Mis VwJ3 Stout Senm Xoji I ejus representative of the JUoit compttns and Ilariy 7 enthio Ml is head ot the airplane division ot the Ford Motor company Mrs Lindbergh dismissed sugges tions of danger on such a long jour ney as so negilible as to be unworthy of The public is coming to she declared that aviation is ns safe a method of transportation any Jt does not renvilro any especial courage to make such a trip as we Scoffs at Hanger Dressed in ordinary garb all the flyers entered the huge clectrically heated air liner as tho they were set ting out on a journey by train Brooks did not don a pilots suit Mrs Lind bergh and Mrs Stout wore fur coats but the cabin of the 12 passenger plane was so warm that they Committee Named to DFI IFlfF OIV OC BELIEVE SIX Or Unflhergji in nuto parading thvn Mixico City wi th military escort whiSe nlullitniles Arrow points to Lindbcrtfh Ambassador Dwtglit Morrow is seated In the rear of the car Downtown Fire Loss Canvas Store ly removed them before tho takeoff Henry and Edsel Ford were at the airport to hid farewell to the party and several hundred persons crowded the edges ot the field is the Ing alum inum plnnc was wheeled out oC the f 1 F T f hangar for tho takeoff Urart flood Kehei v esiict to Imvo a lovol iiliv Mrs said T am awfully Ajf committeo to Irnn flood relief leidsln tion for Ilio devastated Nev Enslnn to be able to tho fli I hnvo pcrfcrt confidence in Us our Mr AUNT HEX By Robed QuUlca uis naniid today at n con feronco nf ICiisland of congress Gets Contract Dec Kyg ir and Arthur Ambrosoji been given tho contract fo filling the ico house at M T Iluglen and sons meal market They expect to start the work next wek 1C the ice is in good condi tion to cut Prepared for Bart Wcallicr Miv UnJbcrgh mnilo nonchainnt I Hioy nro preparations for the trip after arriv ing nt the airport chatting with friends and keeping a watchful eye PURNELLD1ES Cult Members Withhold News of Death Expect ing Resurrection BENTON HARBOR Ilec 19 Benjainin Ftirnell of tin house of David is dead Benjamin died nt Friday iriorn ing and early today more than GO hours after his dentil his body still lay in the bed where he had died t BeiieE that Benjamin will rise as hrlst arose over years aeo had kept tho colony officials from summoning an undertaker or making uny announcement of his death Eipcct JJcsurrectioij Rumors of Purnells flemias began to spread thru the city early this morning nndlDr C colony pliysician was sought for verification At flrse he said any announcement must come from the colony Told that Piirnells death aheady was knovvn outside the colony Dr Sowers jsMied this statement Benjamin died nt 1 last Friday morning Doc 1G I did not make any public innouncemcn t of his death out oC deference to tho rolfgious con vie tions of the colony They believe Itcnjnmin will uncler go a resurrection ns Christ did Olid Elaze Spreads at Rapid Rate P e r ty in Apartments Above Is Damaged by t Smoke Flames A which started iu tho front Pn has worried off and on cvov since we was mar ried but it dont never sig nify noiliin oxcepl llial lie noods a The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Home Plumbing How to fix the simple things that go wrong in your homo plumlnng Frozen pipen leaky faucets pipes stopped up and other frcnucnt emergencies can often ho promptly ndjustnd if you know how to go alirmt U This govornmont booklet weltillustrated tolls you how Our Washington information hn reau will send you a copy foionly a four cent postcigo and handling cost Use the coupon I Frederic J Hasliin Director The Slason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Wasliitigton D 0 I fnrlnse lirrewith four ctiits in stamps for a the hnnklPt SIMITJC IX Till on the smalt amount baggage which hrot to be placed in the forward compartment o the plane She declared lierseK overjoyed to be able to make the Mexico City trip in the same manner as her son made It Clear cold weather will greet the party on the first halt ot the Initial lap of the journey it wits reported at the airport nrooks climbing Into the pi lots compartment declarer that TiRX TO IAGR Street Stair holding tlie body for three Some Kaily this morning only a compara tively feiv of Die colony who reside at tlio grounds on avenue knew that Benjamin had died Many of those who heard that death had cbmo to the M year old seventh refused to believe it who accepted Dr Sowers word Hint Jjenjamln lived no more vvern confident that he would arise as Christ aroFc on the third day Under the state law regarding tlift handling of the dead Ilenjamin lie moved within 72 hours the store occupied by the Ma son Citi Canvas company 40ti youth federal avenue shortly after noon Monday diil damage estimated at be tweeii and The cause or tho tire la not known Flames spread ao fivtlclcly that the en tire front part the store was i mass ot yellow and red when tho firemen arrived Damage was done to the stock ot the Canvas company to the building and to the personal property of occu pants ot llie OXell apartments which a Io above the store Tenants in one apartment were at tho dinner fabJo when tlie smoke started to come up thru the floor The tire spread thru the walls and floors of black smoke which rolled np from the building nttrnctoc large rrowcls of PRTMOIIS who on the street during tho norm hour i The flames wnro iiniirr control CD minutes after the fiiemon arrived THIEVES TAKE Police Join Search for Murderer Los Angeles Father Pays to Get Body of Daughter IOS VNGELES Dec lair o the fiend who kid naped Marian Fnrliur J2 year oll acliool girl Iiltled her and dis memberei her boily Avns believed by police to havo been located to tiny Iu the house almost overlooking the spot where the Iiidnaper de livered the childs head and torso fo her father Perry Parker bank official last night in return toe in ransom bTuodstnins wore found leading investigators to the conclusion that the house was the scene of he slaying IOS AXGELES Dec ot a single clew that might lead to 10 capture ot tho man who dtsmom ered tho body of little Marian Parker J had been round by Los Angeles po ce detectives up to early today Thia tlie candid statement of Hermiin line detective chief who is directing lio greatest man hnnt in the history C southern California Tho two men and one woman stll wern held as suspects in the bruta rime Chief CHno frankly stated h Id not believe either had any con the case The woman held la JTis Lilllai 3adley The two men tire Smit 12 and Guylor Barnaman 24 Padley arrested R fe1 doors from the spot where the ki mper tossed tho mutilated body c littla Marian at the feet of Perry Hammer Taps Tell Work ers Above of Plight oE Sufferers North wood Soda Grill Is Entered Money Taken From Ice Box XORTHWOOD Dec took between and S2UO hi casl from the Hex Soda Grill here earl thin to n repor at tho shorirra office When clerks came to open tlie grill the back door was found open Thi aroused their suspicions and they sum moncd C Urager proprietor soon discovered hia loss Tiio money tho receipts of tlio day business had been hid by Mr Brage in tho ice box No clews to the robbery have heel discovered It is believed hero tha tho theft was tho work of a local per son Tlio theory advanced that th robber hid in the building until afte the place was looked for the night Endurance Flyers Still in Air After 24 Hours of Flying PAN HANCISCO Dei The riirplnno Spirit of California Two leadn of hose were laid nncl both j Piloted by JLfeut Clcorgo K Pond hompanleH were onlted out The fire men wcio still fighting the fire at 2 oclock p m and Charles Kingiifon ymith of Australin which took off yea lerdiy iu nn effort to break th i worlds endurance flight record hours 22 minutes and III seconds wn still aloft at a m today 21 horn after Its takeoff y THE ASSOCIATED thg stilj Six men trapped in rippled submarine S4 oceans floor off ncelown were live today but a wintry gales prevented almost every hance of saving them The latest from the Ine which was rammed and ate Saturday with aen was tapped out today by iraliam Newel Fitcli one ot itficers today A 45 mile wind and a vollingf aefl ombined to make continued operai Ions of divers impossible aild tho ago crews and ships Wore converging li the scono of the disaSter trom ral points nothing could bo done Wi iftlp Iho imprisoned sailois until thq itorm abaicd Lieutenant Filch ashed that an empt bo mada to send supplies tlir4 the torpedo tube Ha asked lor odd and oxygen indicating thnt tliti men were faced with tho twofold oC starvation and suffocation Siijhnionefl t The Atlantic coast of tho United States navy concentrate hera today in herculean fefferts to wrest from death sixot tlie 40 tombed men aboard tha S4 whp presumably Vrero Reward Boosted to Several automobiles been seized or watched but police were not ready definitely to point to any ol thorn as tho machine Inwhich tha tiller brot the torn body of the child rom the of death in the lorthwcst section of the city Saturday night Meanwhile no downward thrust In he curveoC popular indignation which beffan in a tremendous wave TURN TO TAfiK 15 the odds wcro admittedly agrtlrtst tho survivors in an almost Impossible ratio Admiral Directs ItpEcuc In the ears of every officer and man of tho rescue fleet from Rear Admiral Frank If Brumby to the rawest re BANKER SHOTBYBANDTS Robbers Get Away With After Killing Assistant Cashier ST LOUIS Dec John W Hopson assistant cashier of tlie 1iodiamont bank wfid shot and killed ami John G McCnnl chief hook keeper was shot in the chest and seriously wounded today hy five rob who held thorn up thrco blocks from tho bank and with be tvwcn and Hopson nnd JfcCool were carrying HSR mrmoy frrun thn Rank of Lnlver he Hrnlininnnt iiimk sTHE LOCAL GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at a Monday Maximum above zero Minimum below xero At a below zero Trace of snow For like period ending it Sunday MiixlinuMi above Mm Minininm llplow Trace of snow Brookhafl Wants World War j Vets to Be Paid Like i Others WAaiUNOTOX Dei for straight out pensions for World war veterans nnd tlieir depend enta made in the seiiiiie hy Kcnt tor Biookhart rbpuhlicnn lown Under provisions oc a billbythe lowart any soldier sailor marineor nurse entitled to benefits to tho World bonus act or the widow oiother dependents would be entitled to a pension equivalent to that now paid for SpanishAmerican war service Thfs would be In addition to other pensions or compensations WANTEH AT BR1TT An iuiliistrlons and rcliaVjlc corre spondent Is needed ly tho Globe fazettc at Brltt If ndclrcax the Managing Kdltor 600 CHINESE PUT TO DEATH Wholesale Execution Is Re sorted To in Order to Oust Soviets CANTON1 Dec hun dred Thinese suspected of being com nislK hnvo brcn In one giOllp it was lenrnnd today Appnrcntly tletermincd to crush Ijolshcvist nctivltins by a scare Into the population and causing general nntlsoviet sentiment the an tired authorities are continuing the suppression of soviet activities and ex ecutions OC Chinese communists The soviet vicn consul was nlso ex ecuted official foreicrn reports state A virtual migration of Chinese to Hongkong is underway thousand have departed from the Can ton area all Remus Case Likely to Go to Jury by Tuesday CINCINXATI Dec 10 AP Hope of George Remus lmt Xorlii Iowa Hie pait few days l day nights minimum lemporalnre a when Judge breii only fwite this hn oitrtroom SCondny mnniiu dawned nion wind still in the nniili Jiiry mull loin wo i rill nor t I 1 2 3 7 89 10 3 14 15 13 17 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Will Rogers TAMTICO Cleuin here by plnno from City Flying to IJiownsville ToxrtH in Iho morning Lindy nt the rnrlco lie poing to tlio bull fight from there Dont bplipce be would hnvc gone nt ill it there had not been so many fanatical re quests not to Being a guest of the country there was hardly any way ho could rom It besides he really wanted to seo one Thats the way with all Americans but we seldom want to see another I stayed two Sundays and tliry litlled tuioe nifiny horses as they dlil SmiiTny I wtmt htoylng awny dont do atjy guud Is only n certain of pooplo but they ct every SuiirhiV only iiev tiw 11 fnn is by dcntli but baseball is Ioplnclng it HOPES ARE SUM WASHINGTON pen Xlie rescuing alive six members the crew oC Ilia wrecked submarine S4 known io bo alive aro exceedingly slim In tho oiiinlon oC Lieutenant Charlej 3 Monson submarine expert ot tlie navy Lieutenant Mousen expresssd the belieritodiiy that under the most fa vorabla conditions tha men codld last only until before being overcome by carbon dioxide gas The men already had bnen en tombed In their sunken craft oiotit hours at noon today and Mon sen dors not believe will be possible to thn S4 by Wed nnsciav crull rang drsperatq cry of unfortuiifito men Inboriously poundeil out by hninnici in the metallic dots and dnslica of the Morsi rods to l diver alongside on the sandy Thi messagra follow gas had hut the air llnvv long will yon le now many aro there nre six Will ydu ho long now arc Ioins everything possible The meKsage that tolrl he fleet tlmt men still lived on tho S4 came from TURX TO PAGE is POOR PA By Cloiide Callan My hrolhrr an looks iio used In TlifM briirifl IIIMU mil 11ol rl jipryri limn noiliin
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