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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 27, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Generally fair tonight atffl Saturday Continued cold AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JAN 27 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 95 PRIVATE RITES FOR CLARK Funeral to Be Held at Home With Burial at Elmwood Tho funeral of G Norman Clark member of the Iowa board of control will be held at his home 21J Seventh street northwest Monday afternoon at 2 oclock it was announced Friday by members of his family Tho service will be private Who will officiate had not been determined Friday afternoon Burial will take place in Elmwood cemetery Body Arrived Friday The body which arrived in Mason City Friday morning Irom Fort Madi son will lie in state at the Bonner funeral home 322 North Washington avenue until Monday morning Mrs Clark the widow with her son i Edwin Clark and daughter Mary ar j rived with the body L Mr Clark who had been a resident of Mason City 17 years and a member of the state board of control since July 1 died AYednesday night in a hospital at Fort Madison following an attack of kidney trouble Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Jan 2G a laugh the other day by some fellow writing from Panama sayingthat Lindbergh was show ing signs of nervousness that he would pick up a book and then lay it down and not read I saw him do the same thins in the embassy in Mexico but I just thot to myself there is another example of this boys splendid judg ment If lie had read any of the books that ho picked up I would begin to have doubts about his con dition If more people layed down books without reading them we would have move Lindberghs and lew Loebs and Leopolds An honest author WILL ROGERS Copyright SUGGEST SUCCESSOR DES MOINES Jan mer State Senator Harry C White of Vinton and Harry M Evans editor of the Yeoman shield Des Moines have been suggested for appointment by Governor Hammill as member of the state board of control to succeed the late G Norman Clark of Mason City who filed at Fort Madison The 3 Buildings in Forest City Hit by Fire Newspaper Plant Postoffice and Ice Cream Factory Are Destroyed FOREST CITY Jan 27 Three business Winnebago Re publican prfnthljj company the llutch inson Ice Cream company and the were destroyed by a fire Whichoriginated in the basement the printing office at an early hour may also urgohiacandidacy for post Governor Selected Clark When Governor Hammill was con sidering the matter of naming a suc cessor to John B Butler democratic member ot the board last spring tho names of Senator White and Mr Foul ing were presented for his consldera Mother at Hickmans Trial WANTS TO TELL an3 LakiTsiills fire com selected July 3 Mr last tion but the governor Clark who took office year Mr Feullng was supported by a large number the members of the Iowa Press association regardless of political affiliation Failure to appoint Mr Feuling resulted In some resent ment among members of this organi zation Senator Whiles candidacy was sup ported by democrats and republicans alike in his section oC the state It was not disclosed whether lie desired tho post Mr Evans Is licmocrat While active for many years In the democratic party Mr Evans has not until recently evidenced a desire to hnia public office When it became apparent hottcver that there might be a vacancy on the state board of education by reason of the appoint ment of Claude K Porter educational TURN TO PAGE panles were still fighting the flames Ibng after daylight and succeeded In keeping the blaze from spreading to the adjoining buildings Kqiifpincnt Is The valuable equipment ot the printing office and the ice cream lac ory were lost Mail and records were saved from the postoffice and lodged n the Forest City National bank build up after the fire got headway in the printing companys plaut AH ot the business houses are lo cated in the onestory brick and frame building The storehouse of the local fire department was also destroyed Firemen were of the opinion this morning that the continuance of the blaze after most of the visible part of the structures hail boon destroyed except tho brick was due to large stocks of paper and ink in the base r 1 The GlobeGazette Offers Recipes for Canned Foods What do you know about salads and aalad making Canned foods lend themselves so readily to suc cessful salad making that every housekeeper shotiM endeavor to havo In reserve a small stock of the fish fruits and vegetables which are mostpopular for this form of cookery for the emergencies which arise in even the most perfectly managed households With a bottle or two of prepared salad dressing in addition she may in tho twinkling of nn eye add a salad course to her menu and such a salad course too ns would not be possible were she to rely solely on the green goods available In the market But to do this she will need the recipe booklet on canned foods which this bureau has for dis tribution This booklet tells how to prepare 25 salads and 10 differ ent salad dressings It is yours for the asking Just enclose four cents In stampa for return postage and handling ment oC the printing plant were feed ing the flames Will fie in Thousands No estimate the damage could be learned today but it is certain it will run into thousand dollars A of the loss it is said is covered bj insurance The Republican is oper a ted by Miss Marian Aasgaard Post master W R Prewitt staled Hint nothing except the equipment in hi office was lost for the firemen hod lenty of time to set valuable rec orrts nnd mails to a place oC safety Frederic 1 Hnsliin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith FOTJB routs in stamps for a copy ot Hie booklet KKCIPI5S FOR CANNED GOODS Street City State Vfussolini to Write Book About Himseli ROME Jan re fusing for the past five years to writ inythfnsr personal about himself Premier Mussolini has been Induced t write his autobiography for puhllca tion in the United States It is nn derstood that It will appear in a mag azine Ten thousand words are completed but the entire work will be 10 time as long It will be a complete story of Mu solinis life ns a man fighter an statesman 3ourt Finally Permits Oregon Officer to Continue Story OTTAWA Jan prosecution scored its greatest victory in Harry 3Iills murder trial here to day when Judge Joseph Davis ruled u witness William Kent Seattle detective captain in i g h testify with cer tain reservations Captain Ken was tolfl lie mils make no men tion of any a leged forgerie or the will Mrs Eliza A Hill in which sh left a estate to the so HAliltV accused of h eath Arguments today followed Harry nexpected appearance on the stan esterday when lie told of allege buselw detectives at Seattle h r Gives BvWciice of Brutality e OXell Browne made an el uent plea for the defense In ing lo Kents testimony being hcai y the jury He cited numerous cases which ha een reversed because the defendan ladeconfessions under condition imilar to those to which young III subjected But these men were mature an declared the attorney b this instance it was a mere bo from home without a father mother friends or legal advisers It has been shown and not denied iiat he was beaten made to go tc Eeop and otherwise mistreated Cap aln Kent says he knew nothing oi his if course not The rough work s always done by subordinate bullies ut with the knowledge and approval f the chief who may come into court vith his hands Kent Permitted on Slnml The state contended Harry made nc confession to the detective nnd Kents could not be barred on that round The only sold Attorney 3rown is whether Ifnrry made a coiv fession or an admission tho rtif erenco between tweedleileo and Judge Davis said It was bis under standing that the Illinois law makcf distinction between a confession anc L declaration or admission and he kVould permit the testimony with the mentioned j Captain Kent took the stand tr repeat before the jury what he sail n substance yesterday This lihoto siimvs Mrs Evn IIHtmnnjmuAlfred Hiclonan moihcv uud brotiicr vViUiamlidivanl HicUnmn who kid naped nml murdered 12 year old Marian Fnrlter in Los Angeles where they came o testify at Htchmnnsi trial They refused to be nliotn the Walsh States Appearance of Defendant Would Injure Chances LOS ANGELES Jan William Kdwnrd Hickimm uusct the plans his defense attorneys defied them to keep him oft the witness and and declared that in tho faco of r opposition he would tell tq tho ury his story of the killing of Marlav arker Discussing with his lawyer the pro ram for the third lay oC the hearing n his pica of not guilty by reason o tho youth who confessed th illlng of the 12 year old girl an ouncert his own plan which his coim el Jerome and Hlchard Can lion said would seriously hamper th e tense Defense Counsel Objects Wo do not want Hickmaii to take lie witness stafld in view his in sanity defense and we have told him said Walsh Of course If he Is determined to talk we cannot stop him but such a move would seriously injure defense An apparent plan of the defense to eliminate women from the jury was disclosed Three women were removei1 from the box by the defense in ex erclning peremptory challenges Om man whom VValsh attempted to ques tion about how closely he fojlowej LINDY 400MILE TRIP Jinn Is III LATIMEK Jan Sorensnn is quite ill iit his home in and is confined to his bed a good shave of his time OUR WEATHER MAN GrloboOftxette weather figures for j 24 hour period ending at oclock 1 Friday HiKliRSt Thursday p aliflvo lowest Thursday lielow At n m below Thursday nights minimum lacked one degree of being as low as that oC tho previous night The chilliness however Avaa accentuated Friday morning by a raUior stiff breeze from the n or tli wcs t Th e sun u nd isco ur agctl by ila ulllo of Tort s Thursday wan rlfiht back on tha Job Friday FIND OUT BY READING A GREAT SERIAL STORY OCTAVUS ROY y Just stalled in Hie Globe fanks Find All Quiet at Former Stronghold of Bandit General MANAGUA Nicaragua Jan marines today were n the peak of Kl Chlpoteand the last acoa of the rebel General Augustine ancjinos occupation of this his last nown stronghold had been destroyed IVom the crest of Kl Chtpote a lountain high MaJ Arclli ald Young who letl the marines In icir advance signaled all Was well them Santlinos followers were understood i have been scattered when the ma hies gained another objective in their ampaign to drivethe rebels into iso itcd cut off from food a mmunition Sanclino who boasted that he would lever be driven from Kl Chlpote was icHevcd to have been wounded In the lerial bombardment which signallxet he beginning of the attack on the noimtnin almost two weeks ngo Avi tors who made the attack said ID reb jls ivern killed In the bombardment Vultures Indicating that the rebels ind fled in haste leaving their dea nihuricd were the only signs f Hfe n by marines who flew over the listrict later After a rest in Panama Col Charles A Lindbergh lias left tho Cnnal zone on thelast linlf of Iit3 PimAinericHH goodwill flight It will take him from Bogota Colom bia where ho now is o Caracas Venezuela 050 miles to St Thomas 1orto Rico Santo Domin go Haiti Hum mi mill thence immowaril to St Louis sumo miles away case i n li e in ewspupers S told Pershing Is Not in Race for Anythin A E F Commander Tells Home Folks Has No Political Dreams LACL13DE latl visit to the scenes of his birth ami joyhood here by Gen John J Per Hhlng has been followed by a declara tion that ho will stay out of politics Citizens Laclede as a tribute lo the villages famous citizen yesterday suggested that for president 01 the United States The Rey Franl A Tinney pastor ot the AlsthodJJS Sets Royal Greeting From Residents of First S A Stop CAIITAGI5NA Colombia Jan trail of the lone eagle led nland from the sea over the moun ains of Colombia tho mountains anil he fogs which rise around their rug ed peaks made the journey doubly dangerous Four hundred of flying Iny bo fore Col Charles A Lindbergh before he reached the secluded mountain cap ital of Bogota Bogota nestled in the shadows of Moneeralo and Ouadalupe hiis never entertained a renowned fly er for it had been feared that to In vite any one to fly thru the banks ot clouds which encircle the mountains might be Inviting tho flyer to court disaster This port did all it could to express the honor it felt at being the first point in South America to be visited hy the airman Sirens of ships in the harbor laden with tropicalfruits shrieked their greetings as tho Spirit ot St flew over the city The whistles of factories and trains added to the din ot the welcome Tho greatest crowds ever seen in this city gathered at tho flyingfield Lindbergh circled it several times nnd then landed in front of the box of the governor of Woman Called First A woman was the first PWP called in from the Jury panel fin examination when the trial got uiul way The Impatience ot the white haired but energetic Huist of Jtnri posa county soon impelled speed to the defense procedure It was a court oh servatlon that a eiuestion of the de fense had been previously covrrod The womnn talesman shortly waa ac TCRN TO TAGK lli Ruth Engh Is Bound to Seat by Unidentified RedEyed Man CLARION Frefl Johnson after a strenuous twoday search 1ms been unable to locate middle aged man who bound Mltial Ruth Bngh Eagle Grove a teacher a country school northwest of after Bho had Ignored a demand in th4 form of a note lett In thebuilding oi Wednesday for the sum oC An echo of the Hlckman case JS eeii In the fact that tho note Igued Tho Miss Engh found the note ay morning when aho opened choolhouse and thinking It was a Jokif perpetrated by someone ot her she paid no attention to it Tho fol owing morning Thursday sha opened the scboolhouse door as and was confronted by a rough Ing redeyed as sho described him He asked her where the hsi asked for was Tho two then scuttled but the mari soon got the better oC tho youthful eacher and taking her neck scnrr Uilekly choked her Into less Ho then bound heito ona of tha seats and departed before the pupils arrived When the children reached ths place they were terrified and all huddled together until their teacher should regain consciousness Miss Engh upon recovering from the at tack summoned nelghbora who In formed the sheriff JJUsa Enffh woa pna1Jle V pylJilnj butlheiiAOalijfteager desiMip DIES OFjNJURIES Mrs Stoddard Hurt When Train Hit Auto Succumbs at Northwood NORTH WOOD Jan John Stoddard ilied hero lust night as a re sult of injuries received when a fast Rock Island passenger train the car in which she and her husband and a neighbor wore riding Tuesday night Her husband dieil a short time after tho accident Mrs Stoddard had suf fered for 74 bomsi with a broken neck and a severed spinal cord A double funeral for the husbaiul l wife will be held at the Methodist church hero at p m Saturday with the Rev T P Slinffer pastor officiating RECEIVE SMITH LETTER Texas Prison Wagon Factory Is Destroyed in Early Morning Fire TURN TO If Father of Missing Girl Fol lows Orders but Writer Escapes NORTHAMPTON Jan ransom letter writer who de manded to restore tho mlsa Miss Prances St John Smith to her grieving parents was nt large to day having escaped a police trap Despite faithful adherence to the directions contained In a letter to rep rtsentativcs oC tho Smith family In New York a package appearing to contain the money went unclaimed Had those In the plot sought snatch it from the designated spot nt the foot of a flight of stairs behinrt a Springfield rlcpnrtmcnt store tl would havo been surrounded by n srinnil of policemen Police said tho loter had been pen cilrvl by an rrlucntcd person Various other clues about the New York brokers rlnitghtcr missing from Smith college were run to earth with out result wagon Jan factory of the Texas penitentiary here was destroyed y a 1iro brot under control at 4 oclock this morning Xo prisoners es caped and there was no disorder au thorities announced Reports that the The had been started iiy prisoners as part of a plot to escape were circulated when the flames severed electric wires and left the institution in darkness This was denied by prison officials who said the blaze apparently was caused by a heater or a short circuit In the power linescentered in the wag on factory IDnmngo was estimated at Bert Acosta Is Freed Pending Appeal of His FiveDay Jail Sentence vtATERBURY Jan Acosta transAtlantic fly er who wns arrested Wednesday in Naugatuck for violation of the Con necticut aviation laws was freed on a bond of by Naugatuck borough court today Acosta entered an oppeal from tho fiveday sentence in New Haven county jail which he started to serve yesterday rVvelt onh2 tory In which several famous genern7s becamepresident Suggests Presidency General he said In con clusion we hope you become a can ditlate for president You are tho choice of those Seemingly ill at ease General Per shiny picked his words carefully ami said I am not in politics and do net talk politics and wilt not permit mi 1C to be drawn into politics There toic such discussions must end so fa1 as I am After tho banciuet when a receni tion was held the general declared lilo day here was oneof the happiest ot my and that tho women of the Methodist church were undoubtedly the best cooks in the The followed a busy hair day in which Geneial Pershing un old school chum John Orowdei stole away Trom I he crowds and anc in arm sauntered down to the oH swimming a cave and the site of an old play hut wjiich was built nnil used by Pershing as a boy long jefore he went away to the wnrs Visited War Yrteraii Lacledo shortly lifter S p in the privato car in which lie traveled General Pershing slopped at Ilrookfield between trains and visited a disabled war veteran Pat rick Wade who was Injured In the air ervico three days before he was io leave with his unit for overseas Bending over the hed In which wade hns lain since his injury General Pcr shinpr shook hands and told Wade how 10 was only ono of the many soKIiora whoso dream of going overseas was shattered and that he was as a hero as any of those who faced shot nnd shell Theyouhg WJinail is resting comfortably at farm home near the sclioolhonse Senate Orders Probe of Submarine Sinking WASHINGTON Jan senate today voted for an investigation of the sinking of tho submarine S4 by a jcint congressional committee as as Ijy a presidential commission WILL RECOUNT VAREBALLOTS Senate Committee Reverses Former Decision Favor ing SenatorElect Jan count oC ballots cast In six 1ennsyl counties in the lD2fi senatorial between William S and his lemocrutic opponent William 13 Wil on will befin at ouco by a senata elections subcommittee The full committee decided to RO nto the investigation yesterday its action tu the day before vlicu it voter S to ti to dismiss Wit H contest Tlie revcrsai came shortly after Senator Reed loiuocrat Missouri offered a resolu on iisklnj tho senate to direct Ita coinmlttpo to entertain the contest Explaining tho unanimous decision of the committee is previ ous stand Chairman KhortrUlge re California said the amenrletl petition filod yesterday by Wilson met tho objection of tho committee which was that tho charges lacked partlcu arn The recount will include the cnst in Philadelphia Allegheny zerue Lackawanna and Schuylkill counties wliero Wilsoa chargca conspiracy existed against him Senator hopra to have his cam paiifn funds committee also the ballots in cooporation with elections committee and will ask senate for that authority Thus SenatorElect Vnrc is rtefenrt Ing his seat against two attacks Vara has been denied the oath ot offics on the basis of the slush fund commit lee report and should Wilson win ids contest ho will win the scat also Report Ibanez Exiled Dead at French Villa MADRID Jan paper lleraldo today received a dig patch from Mentone Vranco stating that Vicente Blasco Ibanox was tu Plan to Follow Mexican Havana Idea Hits Snag HAVANA Cuba Jan Changes in the orjjumznlion of the PanAmerican union as proposed by Mexico would bring about not In creased efficiency but disintegration Jncobo Varela president of the Uru guayan delegation today told the Pan American union committee Having previously announced him self in opposition to the roorganiza tion proposal Scnor Varelii took a more definite attitude In a second crit icism of Mexicos MicKostlon that the executive personnel of tho union ro tate alphabetically nmong the m mem bers Discussing the nucstlon with the correspondent later Senor Vnrela said Tho niloplwn of such a proposal would mean disaster to the PanAmer lean union nnd the labors of many yearn would bo lost in the probably ick disintegration of the organiza tion There could be no benefit derived from such a change I can only seo it as removing officers fully ncriuaintoil with iffairs in allow un knowns to assume Lnder the present Hystem the chairmanship of tho governing board is hold hy tho uecroMry of slato of iho United States while the prst of directorgonoial is held Ivy Dr Leo S Howe a Initcd Statcs delegate to the AUNT HET By Robert su perior ciiouud inc I kiiowed her when she didal lake a hall bill once a week mi used a rag nn pan   

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