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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                fc IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy to cloudy tonight and Sunday unsettled northeast portion rising temperatures tonight and in south and extreme east portion Sun day AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES North Iowas Daijy Newspaper Final Edition Edited roithe Home lOWATSATURDAy ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SENATE CALLS HIM OT SQUAD IS SUMMONED TO EVERHART ON STAND ilk W al Es onn Av 1 Modert liable 11 husical Chairman ets Rap on Head During Rumpus lIICAGO Jan speak ot ward politics as passe luld have seen the fists pistols and other furniture lly last at the fiftieth ward republican usicalaul11 aftel 300 men Ie at Q all over the 1 ibu i and women had place and long Ii BO policemen answering riot A had arrested a dozen men nnd When George Meehan club presi mlE rdl placed a sore right band to the ICar ol sift stitches in his scalp atid an ii V republicans of the WUetr III and remalll led in women swooned but even as much about what caused al as the 300 who remained started with ttu j Meehnns malet calling the feld to order HiofitflKpci Editor Gets Blame R9fong i blamed the trouble on B T editor a neighborhood in which he recently fine Hi a demand that fl like Gaul Into three parts the ward be which he indicated he would to serve as leader nley had a front row seat ms savel had no sooner fallen Jhanley was on his feet demand Meehan who is aligned with the Mayoi fpson republican faction out fed Shanley telling him he was order ot witnesses Is contusing lute to T eysri toward th vhiversafff it was made clear to police NEIGHBOR IS CALLED TO AID HARRY HILL Clothier Testifies He Saw Boy Working in Yard With Mother OTTAWA Jan ry Hill was seen last August workln about the yard find garden with 1 mother Mrs 1311m A Hill whom is charged with killinsr a witness te titled at the trial today Emphasis has been placed by t prosecution on clay round on t soles of Hurrys shoes and on the to of his mothers oxfords Mrs 1 was found hidden in a shallow c grave in the basement her horn ml the state contends she rassea into the grave and drop ace downward the shoes then he emoved KOUIH Clny on Shoes Investigators utter the body was found a pair Harry shoes alongside a pair of his mother s n a cupboard both smeared with clay rho defense has Indicated Us inten tion to show that the clay was picked up in the yard The testimony of Sidney Rtreator clothier and neighbor ot the Hills was resarded as a point m the defenses favor IstowiW testified It was the first part of the month he saw the mother and son working in the yard The statecharges she was shot to death as she was standing on the cellar stairs AUff 4 or5 Failure Dr George E Mason Scene After nt D SV V about this time there jr V Kelly a policeman action followed thereupon Chairman Brot Down riot snuad was told a few inin later that Kelly had drawn hi and felled President Meehau blow was responsible Meehan tiled as witness the four stitches rom In his scalp then became promiscuous tly Meehan hors de of V found Himself at the Jbut he was there only unti Lieut Martin McCormick two black eyes acquired In sTitant advance from the audi rk ay could reach the platform Po ted tlSeant Hoy Steffen surrounded ers pulled his revolver and med to shoot unless he be per B0 t0 the lieutenants aid narrid Riot Squad Called ys 1 cnme the riot srtuad Twc nnd 10 men were arrested sonitllaw for mcr secretary of the interior breaking his long silence at Wash ington before he senate commit tea irivcstigatiiiR oil reserve leases Everhart ndmiticil tlmt in Liberty bonds which went in the credit of Fall ami his ranch property were handed to Ever hart by Harry F Sinclair multi millionaire oil man in person Writer Dies During Exile Novelist Was Forced to Leave Own Country by King Alphonso a Attorney Russell O Hanson to nslc for a grand jury in vestigation Tails lo Identify Teclh The dentist yesterday said he could not dismayed by the failure of Identifi those he had made for Mrs 13hza A Hill whom tho state charges was killed by her son Harry hist August conditions certainly warrant said Atloney Hanson and I Khali present them to the March term of the fjrand The states attorney and his spe rial prosecutoV A T OConnor were out dismayed by the failure ot Idenlifi cxtion however as they already had identified the teeth as belonging to Mrs Hill Press tcleplioto of bombed liome of Charles C houses arousedgangsters agaitist Hie city Try need iiio I with assault and battery and to riot Policeman Kelly was those held nnird Prendergnst ward com oJian was severely bruised Tlir of others was clearly In to themost casual observer SucW ltni1 not bcen ttendlns a MENTONE France Jan Blaao IDaticz whose Jour Iforsemen of the Auociilypse made him one of tho widest known of con tor Meetings of District Teachers Are Announced by C P Pye DBS M01NKS Jan Dates for six of the district meeting of the Iowa State Teachers assocr temporary writers in political t mealdent Meeluxn was the only one hospital and he was there inp enough to have the four crienrc taken ne thri i goal ol of a If sphitrney Ueneral ot NothinC J 0 i TrclS Minnesota Succumb State and County Officers Charge Trio With Rum Law Violations LAWLER Jan an county officers descended cm two res dences and a cafe here last night an confiscated a large quantity of alcoho and hooch and arrested three person it mon i jiKA Jan Al Pratt 6S attorney general o gota died suddenly at his home liily today from a heart attack s a veteran of the Spanish i and World wars His widow or yo iven rencken whole In jsIIoldi clal mo children survive ays temporary at oclock this morning of a complication of bronchopneumonia and diabetes His sou fgfrido who hurried bj airplane from Barcelona when news of the gravity of his fathers condi ion reached him won the race with leath by a scant two hours and was it the bedside when the end came n the Ibanez Villa Fontana Rosa The author had been lone suffer IE from diabetes but the malady had een yieWlnjr satisfactorily to treat ment and it was tbot that there was no immediate danger Worried About Politics Then while working in his garden a few lays ago ho caught which yesterday developed into all the symp toms of pneumonia Tho efforts of several doctors were unable to halt the progress of the disease and the end came quickly Ibanefc might have resisted tno pneumonia said friends today hiirt uot worry over reports that ho wan connected with the last Catalonia ris ing undermined Ills constitution lion were announced today by Churl F Pyc state secretary C C The north central district will held at Fort Dadse March 22 M and 2 the south central district will meet at Shenuidoah March 2U nnd 30 southwest district meets at Council Bluffs March 2 and SO northeast dis trict meets at Waterloo March 23 and tO central district will meet at Moiues March 30 and the southeast district in Davenport April S and County teachers Institutes will be held earlier next fall than usual Miss Agnes Samuelson state superintend ent of public Instruction announces The dates set for the Institutes are Sept fi and 7 on liauor law violation charges Those arrested arc Mrs Florence Wedder divorcee mother of four chil dren C C Cole restaurant proprie torand riuil Hails In each of these quantity Havana Delegates Hear Pro posal to Lead Agricul ture Industry HAVANA Cuha Jiut Delegates to the TanAmerican ronfiress witli he exception of those servhiK oil the international public law committee today sus pended work and joined with Culm in observing an anniversary in celebration of Jose Marti Cuban patriot whose participation in the culmii revolt hrot the final strolie for her liberation HAVANA Jan tren toward organisation ot the Americas into a dose cooperative agreement uamst the competition ot the rest ot the world in agricultural products Chicago Gang Cuts Wires and Takes Time to Search Guests MILWAUKEE Jan bandits believed to be Chicago gangsters who booasted ot being armed with machine guns held up members oC tho Wisconsin Athletic club B Third street early this morn oneman cut telephone wires and escaped with money and jewehv worth The holdup took place In the heart ot tho downtown district but police not lemii of the robbery until ovia m when Louis Simon proprietor nt to Central station The lire deleciive force is on the him the robbers who escaped in an nobiles Tnuk 30 Minutes The bandits forced their way club which is In the lin lined up the 25 or 30 men ers and leisurely searched an obbea them The holdup consume 0 minutes club was gtiardoA In hi oors The first had a Blnss wlndo Bandits smashed tho glass iina co manned a boy named vorks at tho lunch counter to ha over keys to tho other doors While two armed men guarded outside seven men the leader two guns entered the club a a sharp command stick em up well kill was uttered The bandit leader was masked a walkedaboutMhe room death to anyone who made Claimed Machine Guns One of the bandits about tho ioom searching M tunt any of you move weve got machine The robbery was systematic and ervone of the persons In the club was horoly searched Neither moncs icr iewelry was overlooked to members they were when the bandits forced their way into the clubrooins The mums cnme HO suddenly that UieVe was no attempt at resistance Cul Robert Stewart presi dent of tlie Standard Oil compauj of Indiana bus been directed to return from Havana Cuba to ap pear Tuesday iicforo hi scnaio commlttco the Ten pot Dcnno oil Senses Mr Stewart is a graduate Cue college anil has visited Musoii City on several Columbia in Welcome for Walsh Would Ask New Trial Is Youth Is Ruled Sane IJOS ANGLES Jan William Edward Hickman kidnaper slayer ot Marian Parker docs not ad mit tlio alleged1 facia or the and today repudiated his confession to the police his attorneys declared Jerome Walsh lllckmans chief counsel also revealed defense for demanding a second trial It the jury In the present case finds the de fendant sane Walsh declared that ills client floes not admit killingthe girl that ho has entered n pie ot not guilty by reason oC and that If he is found to have been sane at the time of UK crime an arrest oC judgment will he Interposed immediately Then Walsh Haid a demand for an other trial will be made under I be pleit that Hickman now Is Insane Jl pointed out thathinder the California law an insane man cannot be hanged Open Defense Monday Hickman inado the repudiation of confession to Dr A L Skoog of nnsas City chief of the defense oC ienists When question about the ropudla on Walsh admitted it had been made hen quickly declared I do not care to discuss tills mat er at this He immediately lett to con ference with Dr Skoog and the other defense attorneys Tho attorneys planned to map the openingMonday oC tho defense case nnd decide upon the first defensewitnesses Slow Lindbergh Negotiates Diffi cult Trip Over Moun tains to Bogota IKXiOTA Colombia Inn today paid tribute to the blazed nn air over toworinj mountains to its a still places tho officers cluim a of liquor was found In the home of Mrs wns discovered The three were taken to llarup ton where they arc to have 1 prelimi nary hearing Monday cattle was noted today by observers at the PanAmerican conference lirst approval Fort Dodge Reading Is 9 Below Chicago Has 4 Death Reports UKS MOINES Jan other icy blast crime out of the nort today to HCiul thermometers thruoi two resolutions 3VERLY tilths Jan 27 t lu know we are doing a lot of p no groLjng various sides at this thanwfragua row At a little din the Te5in Havana last week Secretary Ihea explained tho whole thins do kno that 40 In such plain lanpiiaso that I could understand it lid by the way if wo just knew I dark ft was triman like ho really is he would Ivns by acclamation He ust as common as nny ol wnsnt for his learning he HveL Kaya tho way the play come ao hart to go In there and that Life Qly wants us out there half The as Wlint out im only quotins you a man ought to Thesq Yours secondhandedly WlIJj ROGERS Copyrisht 1028 lesldents ROUSED KINGS IRE OUR WEATHER MAN Woman Loses Suit for Over Loss of Husbands Affections SAC CtTV Jan jury found for the defendant today in the suit of Mrs Wright against Mrs Hilda Lnno for allescd alienation of the affections of her hus band The jury received the case yes terday afternoon after a that lasted nine dnys tendins toward such orfianization given by the conferences steering committee Ono resolution presenled by Par nijuiiy requested His conference to advise Ihe JanAmerican to cull a conference1 of representatives o I tlio agricultural and cattle industries i of the American nations to consider I methods of cooperation between gov ernment agencies nnd private enter prises legal snarl today left the AVIUiam lid ward Hickman sanity trial in con fusion over the courts weekend ro cess The legal tangle developing In the closing minutes of yesterdays left uine men and three women lech iiically iicccptod aa the jury songlif to detennino whcthero the and slayer of Marian Parker could dis tinguish between right nnd But not one ot tlio Jurors cn n cross tuo ccilaln he would retain his t airman to i nfier tlie opening of court Kagle he camefrom day Jurtagena some 100 miles tlic ugged mouiUiilns enshrouded loiuN past dense tropiciil junslcs and langcrons ravines and across mi un nown country Miutborgh flew on on of tho most daring Journeys hit nesent tour Klycr Ijmds on lime hergh had promised that he The niixup apparently left the pros ecution with 1G peremptory cluillcnps but it was not certain that It couM use tlism and not quite decided whrlh er It desired to exercise them if per mitted to do so The defense had on Its hands four peremptory challenKOs which may or be here at S m Well before may not Lo unstable that time however tho Spirit of ht Louis eamo into sight cleaving Us way thru a bank or neecy white s the hands of the clock pointed io If on the flyinh iielcl Ho had complclcil hi joiirney in six hours one miiiiiK The rowd surfted forward A 1C Tho kinks in the law resulted when tho prosecution passed tho clmlleupe of the jury to the defense nnd Hick mans Attorney surprised the court by quickly accepting the jury The move brot District Attorney Ana Keyes out of his chair with Iho rnqiUSt that tho prosecution might chnlleiiKe if it so desired Monday Jerome Walsh 2o year old rhinf night Temperatures for last J CTllpei ILLm niht were 7 below at Clinton C ae Hy THK ASSOCIATE IKISSS Vicente IMnsco Ibanez aftfr attain ins worldwldo renown as a novelist attracted attention as nn opponent ot King Alfonso and tlie administration of government in Spain IIis ciuisllc attacks against Ihe king led to I conviction for lose mnjoste but Ibanez kept out n roach tho I isb government by exiling himself ii France The purpose of his campaign against the ruler and other government offi cials including Trimo do TCivorn the military dictator of Kpnin tlie novelist admitted in several of his pamphlets was to overthrow the monarchy and TURN TO It 1C that air conference that Mr Coo ice is talking about is n hotair con ference it might be held at Geneva with the Russians Hlinlis Star ItlobcGiizclles wentber figures for J4 hour period ending at aclock i m Saturday Highest Sal unlay S above Lowest ill NiRhl 10 below At a in Salurday 8 below i As if pecvctl over tlio common re port thiit has lost its this proverbially and traditionally cold moiUli unloosed a frisid attack on Nortn Imvn nighl dropping the mercury in the GlobeGazettes wcalhcr Inslniiiiciits to JO below zero This mark 1ms been cxcecdd only nvieo sincp tlie first of the year those ioccnsious being Ihe very first two niprhls The cold Friday night re ceived impetus from a northwest wind but early Halurday forenoon there was a shift to the south Ordin arily this means warmer weather I ahcatl ANNOUNCING TIIK PRESIDENTS QUESTION GAMES STARTING KKH 1 IN THE interoslinK series of nucstlon and answer KJIIIWS Imsed un the lives and services nC tho presidents ot Ihe United States has been nropiired by Ihe National Americanism commission of the American lcjion Tliirty million Americans who will vote for a president this year will find these snuicb amusinR and instructive They nre historically accurate entirely nonpartisan nnd will provide fun and Instruclion in tho home club or school WATCH FOR Til KM Tho other resolution provided for tho establishment oC a TanAmerican agricultural and livestock institute as a permanent commission to obtain co operation nmiAig all American coun tries and thus enable I hem to at tain a maximum production nnd to compete successfully with the produc ing countries or the rest ot tlio worlo A plenary session was called for to day in honor of tho memory of Cubas Brent patriot Jose Marti who took the field against the Spaniards in The conference committee on fjin I American union approved i Mexican proposal for the reorganization of Pan American unions governing Imard In the the nmlKissndors of the va rious countries and the United States secretary of stnle formed tbn govern ing board Under tho Mexican pro posal cither the ambassador or any onn else chosen by his government may represent it on the board A Milwaukee bigamist had the safety system for absentminrtodnCKS All the irls he married were named KMtelle at Charles City enport and Duhuque below 2 below at enp Molnes zero at Keokuk 2 above al Sioux City and S above at 3 Deaths in CliuiiRo CHtCAGO Jan sub cold snap which dcsccmicd on Reyes I Jn ot war extended tho greetings oC the Chicaso today WEATHER NEXT WEEK For tlie upper Mississippi and loynj Missouri valleys Temperatures mostly moderate in south portions nnd fre quent alternations In north portions no genfjnl likely half if wook but may 01 towards for the three men and one woman while three other persons were taken to hospitals suffering from the colrt Tho frozen body of a Negro lut head caught iu the window of a gro cery store wns found by the pohcr who believe the Negro was trying U break into the store and had rinsed tho window which descended and held him fast until he died of freezing Warmer Weuther Predicted Rudolph Krofl 20 SI Innis foil under the wheels of a Cbictigo Mil wankne St Paul Puclfi train on I which he was stealing a ride and was killed after becoming numb from tin cohl and another mnii was found dead In Ihe street and n woman lied ol heart disease believed caused by UK Tlio official weather rending hen was J below zero but unofficial read ings showed 10 below in suburbs Warmer weather was forecast foi tomorrow Brother of Thornton Woman Is Dead in Omaha THORNTON Jan Vixen was called to Omaha Wed ncsday on account of the death of hoi brother Nels Carlson win In nn auto accident there would rule on the prosecution request nation fJefs Flower Shower As tho flyer rode Ihrli the narrow streets ot the city a shower of flower fell upon him from I ho balconies where lark senorltnsi sloml Omc he had entered tlie legation Hint spot liecniue the uiecra to which nil classes liinicil In th flood light from the searchlightf which llluminnted Ihe neighborhooil Indian men and women from thr country districts some bnrefootcil and nlhcro wearing travelbattered snn mingled with those prominent in Ihe life nf tho cipitnl anxious fui nnotheipiimiise Ihe flyer President Mendey will hcsiow Hie oovetoil licforo tin leaves for Cara as Venn ziiflfi tomorrow There will also he a bull fitlit in his imnm tho third tc ho suited for Ihfi flyer on his lour dnclnrlnir both aides would be treat ed alike in the All of the technically accepted are well into or past mldcto age The throe women savo their occu pations as housewives Two are gray haired Only four are from Angelesproper the others comlmr from suburban points or nearby cities ol the county AUNT HET By Robert Quillcn i Die in Raid on Two Chinese Towns Ian A the northern Inndors of Cant province today tnlci f the sacking c two bnrdor villages and the jtuirler men woimu and children Thcr nr no Americans in the vicinity Kol thousand allfgoil communistH fnn Ilonan prrvliiii the iiiil oil th village No othfr detnils wore giver When llildhprghs nanio in pr n ill he ImlnlVChrisliMii Si icncc Monitur uir I ilidnl kiiONV how I so al Iho siicial nuoiu My anUln loo Ihf an my riglilslio hail i scrakliiMl place on ii   

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