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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Snow and rain tonight Tuesday partly cloudy and strong shitting winds AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES 1 VOL XXXV FTVH CENTS PER COPY North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IQWAJVrONDAY JFEB UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 103 GORDON TO ASK COL STEWART INDICTMENT PATH THREATS CAUSE DOUBLING OF FOX GUARD prisoner Will Detail Note Wntlen by Hickman While in Jail LOS ANGELES Feb Dale Budlongtakes the stand the sanity trial of his fellow Jail William Edward Hickman tell how the latter came to write jm a letter revealingHickman3 plan stage a laughing screaming div act in court a special guard will provided for him Jans for this court guard werean today by the sheriffs office ter disclosing that Hickman follow S upon the surprise appearance of lit letter in court had delivered a lid tirade to Jailers in which he jireatened Budlong Threat Letters Received j Jail officials nt once took several IJirecautlons they said to guard both Sudlons and Hickman in the trial fhe move to strengthen the guard yer Hlchman also was actuated by ranonymous letter which the author lies received In which the writer de Itared Hickman would be dead in I Prosecution attorneys said they con t Wed Budlongs testimony which I deal with circumstances under Mi he received the letter and con litions he had with Hickman of ptance The letter itself has been by tho state as branding as a 1 tho Insanity defense of Hick b the kidnaping and slaying oC Marian Pa rice r longprobably will nst testify at ytor tho move ot tap defense In Herbert Hoovers Ohio Friends Tomb Yields Boats Meant for King Tut Vessels Scheduled to Take Egyptian Ruler to Heaven Are Discovered CAIKO Egypt Feb een boats intended to carry King Tut AnkhAmeit to heaven have been found In hia tomb These and other discoveries In the hlrd ana fourth chambers are de scribed In a report Just made public of Howard Carter who is in charge of the work of exploringthe tomb The flotllia Is a reminder of the an ilent custom of providing the dead with means of transport to the other world thus makingthem independent of the services of Charon Charon In Greek mythology was a morose old man whose duty It was to ferry the souls of the deceased over the Styx The Encyclopaedia Brltannica says as ferryman of the dead he Is not mentioned in Homer or Heslod and in this character Is probably of Egyptian Find Carved Figures Another discovery in the third chamber where the boats were was a number of beautifully carved fig ures oC human beings These were to servo as substitutes for King Tut AnkhAmen in case Osiris ruler of dead should imposetasks of peni ence upon hia new subject which would not be benefiting to the dignity of one who was a king upon the earth The report also describes the cano nic Jar of carved alabaster containing the Egyptian rulers viscera and an etebora to canoptc chest enclosln g the The also of alabaster Is 1IWHte r STandidacy P eu writing test given Hickman In ISaturday in his sanity trial gave loot ot a diseased condition as Bert with dementia praecox Dr Bowers state alienist insisted cross examination today J the test Hickman was stripped jfis waist and a large letter H Iced with the alienists thumb nail fhe prisoners chest and back The Songfcd presence of the red marks Ja indications of dcrmatograpbia a fji disease often present with demcn tho defense contended Jr Bowers asserted however the jjrks were diffused and not present the degreenecessary to prove the Hesence of the disease IIVINITY SCHOOL GRAO ARRESTED Former Student Accused of Stealing From His Alma Mater I CHICAGO Feb UliI 3year old Divinity school Krriiluate was held in the Evanston Bail today on charges involving a tgng Hiiiios of thefts from his alma mater I With his arrest police said had been Lolved robberies over a period of sev Ifral years at the Garrett Bible Insti tute on the campus of Northwestern Officers who raided his mms said they found articles and ob pts ranging from a gold tooth pots ns and aluminum ware to typertrit i and cheap watches Back From Los Angeles iABNBR Feb Rhodes a finer service man and a former Gai iBif1 resident Is on the way here froit lofs Angeles to be with his father litl lljodes while the latter undergoes a liajor operation in a Mason City hos Jital Mr Rhodes has worked as s luber in Los Angeles Rogers HOLLYWOOD Feb I Well the alienists in the murder rial again took the comedy honors L csterday One testified that Hick nan was Insane because when he tickled the bottom of his feet his ilS toe turned up instead of down So tnUe off your shoes and have JSometiody tlcldo you and sco which your toes go north or south tried it and minedidnt pay any attention to It so I guess I am a cross between crazy and sane J Say dltl you read what Calvin cold the newspapers Said whilo Iou ara brngging on nations give his ono a boost Yours WILL ROGERS Copyrfght 1928 four receptacles each a reproduction of the great gold coffin of the king1 found Tlie kings head finely sculp tured in alabaster was on each cover What were supposed to be heirlooms were In another nest of coffins One of them contained a gold statuette oC AmenHotep a predecessor ot King TtitAnRhAmen and a lock of hair Queen Tyl Unearth Funeral Trappings The fourth chamber was found by Carter to extreme disorder evi dently due to robbers seeking gold Apparently intended for the storage ot oils wines and foodstuffs for the use of the kingIn the lands beyond the rave It also contained an overflow of funeral paraphenalia The contents of this chamber are still to bethoroly examined In the meantime work on the tomb has been suspended and It is now open to the public MINNESOTANS LOVE OF GIRL CAUSES DEATHS Sleepy Eye Sweetheart Kills Father and Daughter Then Himself SLEEPY EYE Feb love for a 13yearold girlrprompted James Jensen 33 years old to kill her ana tier father and then commit suicide a jury de cided here today When the girl Lillian Allen buffed his advances Jensen went to her home Friday night shot her and her father Christ Allen 70 and re turned to own home and then shol himself It was not until late Saturday thai the triple slaying was discovered anc at the coroners Inquest relatives anc friends of the three told of Jensens af fectlon for the girl and her disdain Another Miners Strike Looms if Wage Scale Plan Refused Claim CHICAGO Feb report of the Joint commission of theIllinois coal operators and the Miners union has been drawn up for submission to a joint conference today The commission in session jsince Jan 1 has been reported as unable lo reach an agreement It a new agreement Is not signed before April 3 another strike ia In prospect for Illinois Both sides said thtf state industry is Imperiled by non union mine competition of West Vir ginla and Kentucky Theoperators insist only a wage re duction from the a day scale will enable them to compete Host to Women BRISTOW Feb Womans Missionary society ot the United Brethren church held the February meeting at ths home of Mrs Henry Folkerts AS FIRE RAGED IN HEART OF FAtl RIVER Secretary Is Favorable If Aid Appears Supporters Move to End Ambitions of Senator Frank Willis COLUMBUS Feb Irst formal step In behalf of Secre ary Herbert Hoovers candidacy for lie republicanpresidential nomination as been made by his Ohio supporters vho at the same ime have drawn he battle lines against efforts ofj Senator Frank Willis to obtain Ohios delegation to he national conven Ion ThaS H ormer secretary ofl itate of Ohio and A Taft for mer majority lead of the Ohio house of representatives Hill Defense Begins Fight to Save Boy Crowds Storm Courtroom Early to Witness Final Ef fort of Attorneys OTTAWA Feb B Crowdspacked the courthouse corrid ors at 11 oclock this morning three and onehalf hours before the time set for the defense to open its case in the murder trial of Harry Hill the Stieator youth charged with matri cide In preparation for the event Hill had his hair cut this morning The sheriff said Hill seemed to be in high spirits as he got ready for the final effort oC his attorneys to save him from the electric chair Ths trial of Hiram Reed young farmei for Injuring Miss Tola Brail ford his sweetheart by sotting a dy namite trap in the stove of the school house in which she taught was set for btrt because at the pros pects of the Hill trial continuing was set for Feb 20 French Flyers Leave New Orleans for N Y NEW ORLEANS Costes and Joseph Lc brlx French flyers took off from here for Montgomery enroute to New York Our Weather Man GlobeGazette weather figures or 1M hour period ending at a m Mon day Highest Snndny in At a For like period ending at a m Sunday Perhaps no 21 hour period this year will revcnl a range of temperature so slight as that shown Sunday and Sun day nlEht Only 3 degrees separated tho highest temperature from the low est Monday started out cloudy with snow one of tho popsibllltes ot the situation Central Press fclcpliotoof firemen pouring streams of waterinto the blazing Rialto theater at Fall River as a conflngratlorr swept thru the ficart of tliebiisincssdrstrict alter breaking out in n Waterfront section Kiiin was spread nil nlong the street shown In he picture by the flomcsV REPORT SAND1NO NEAR HONDURAS Marines in Nicaragua Off on New Front to Get Rebel Leader MANAGUA Nicaragua Feb marines were massed in tho mountainous region some 40 miles south of Honduran border to day seeking the rebel general Augus tino Sancllno JlelnCorcements were speeded to Matagalpa by truck when the marine command heard that San dino wns near there Missing since tho air raid oa his stronghold of El Chipote when be was beltcved toHave been wounded the vebel leader liad apparently moved further to the south At times liis flight across the Honduran border 1ms been rumored but advices received here indicated he had pcntrated fur ther Into Nicaragua K G MAY LOSE PARTYMEETING Shortage of Rooms May Cause Republicans to Move Convention CHICAGO Feb Mrs Ruth Hanna McCormick candidate for congressman at large has entered ne gotiations with therepublican natioiv al committee to bring the national convention to Chicago if it is trans ferred froin Kansas City because ot ip adenuato hotel facilities When the arrangements cnmmlttci meets this wenlc Mrs McCormlck ivil1 have for presentation to It an Informal petition suggestingpreference for Chi cage should a chnnge In the conven tion city be made Alllio showed little strength on the rriftl balloting Mrs MoConnick boliovch thcro was more Chicago sentiment than the voting Imllcatetl in Jewelry Is Taken at lowf City IOWA CITY Feb thnn In jewelry display windows of was taken from tho Ilnnrta nnd son jewelry store Sunday nlsht by a robber who tossod a window He eacapixl brick thru tlie HAITI WILL BE LINDirSHOST Flyer Pays Tribute to Dis coverer of America at Santo Domingo BULLETIN PORTAUPRINCE Haiti Feb Charles A IJnd arrived at Port nu Prince friim Santo Domingo Dominican republic nt p in today SAN DOMINGO Feb Haiti where Toussalnt LOvcrtura led slaves to freedom was the goal ol Col Charles A Lindbergh today route to PortauPrince 360 miles by nilline front here led en tiroly across land unless Lindbergh In his flight should venture across the In land waters of Iakca Emiquillo and Lake Saumatre The path of the Ixne Eagle was over a country teeming with bird life wild duck flamingo herons and other shore birds Before leaving Santo Domingo Lind bergh paid tribute to another great ad venturer Christopher Columbus plac ing a wreath on his monument Then the Dominican republic In turn paid honor to the flyer who has fol lowed in the footsteps of Columbus blazing new trails A great military parade was held in his honor and Col onel Lindbergh reviewed It to the cheering of a large crowd Eva E Young American minister gave him a luncheon wlilcli President Vasquez and other high officials at tended W T Pulllam receiver gen oral of customs gave a reception ir Lindberghs honor which the president again attended Intervention Under Fire by Americas Countries Again Resent Right of One Nation to Inter fere With Other HAVANA Feb at tack of eight lAtinAmerlcan repub lies on the right of ono nation to In tervene In tho affairs of another dom Inated tho atmosphere of the PanAm erican conference today Preliminary conversations among chiefs of delegations wero held to de termlne tha attiudes they would as sume in the special subcommittee ap pointed to pass upon the subject of the fundamental rights and duties of Oskaloosa Attorney Is Appointed Judge to Succeed C A Dewey MOINI5S Fell ernor Ilammlll today appointed J G Patterson of Osknloosa as Judge of IKe sixth Iowa judicial district to suc ceed dialleu A of Washing ton who recpiitly appointed a federal judso for Koiillicrn Iowa K P Mahnhprg of Newton nn at torney tho only other candidate con sidered withdrew Itia name nnd In dorsed Mr Patterson for the position The appointment is effective Im mediatsly and It Is possible tlio new Judge will open a term of court to morrow nt Oskaloosa ntho this polnl is to be decided lit n conference of the judges of the clialilct late this after noon cr tonight J states Report la Attached The attack came suddenly Saturday after Charles Kvans Hughes chief of tho United States delegation had promised the report of Dr Victor Maurtua ot Peru the full and uncon ditional support of the American gov ernment Dr report ex pounded the principle that the Inde pendence of countries Is corelated with their duty not to interfere with or violate the rights of other This was attacked aa toovague The TURN TO PAGE 13 called a meeting of Hoovers Oh dands today for the purpose ot pre paring an address urging him to en er the state primary as a candidate or president The meeting besides making the irst formal step In behalE ot Mr Hoovers candidacy has added signlE canco because tho secretary of com mercohas not formally announced h intention to seek tho nomination Ho Is reported at Washington have assured his friends he will ente the Ohio lists at once 1C an address made to him backed by a conslde ablo showing ot public nriff lio must formally candidacy if he ia to seek delegates from Ohio pledged to vote for him at the national convention SENATE HEARING ON CONTEMPT IS TOBEJUESDAY leorge Wickersham Will Conduct Federal Case Against Oil Man v WASHINGTON Fsb aorgo W former at ornoy general has accepted Invl atlon ot the senate Teapot com nlttee to represent it in habeas orpus proceedings by which Robert V Stewart wealthy Chicago OH elec tive hopes to relievo himself of sen to contempt charges Senator VValsh Montana prosecutor or the committee said today that Mr Wickersham would be here tomorrow vtien Stewarts hearing begins before ustlce Jennings Bailey In the DIs rict of Columbia supreme court Expect Action in Week Grand jury action against Stewart 01his relusal to answer question sked him by the oil committee Is ex ected by District Attorney Gordon by he end of tho present week Jessa Adklns president o Dig rict of Columbia Bar association will eprcsent Stewart at tho learlngs assisted hy L L Stephens C Chicago and John Barnett of Den democralc national commliteeman or Colorado ASK INDICTMENT WASHINGTON Feb A grand jury In District of Columbia supremo court will be nsked this week to indict Robert W Stewart Indiana Standard Oil official for contempt ot the senate because of hts refusal to give certain Information to the pome I OF HAMPTON DIES Lutheran Hospital Surgeon Succumbs While Driving His Auto HAMPTON Feb Dr C F Os jornc Hampton widely known Iowa physician died lato Sunday afternoon while driving his car between Fort Dodge and Humboldt Tho doctor was stricken with a heart attack while at the wheel ot his car and died Instantly Dr and Mrs Osborne their two daughters Marjorlo Ann and Claudia Dr and Mrs A L Wood and their daughter Virginia had been at Fort Dodge during the day and wero on their way home About fivo miles east of Humbolilt Dr Wood who was sitting In the front seat observed his brotherdoctor slump give tho Jurors aa soon as possible acting certifica tion from the senate that the oil mnn had refused to testify whether he had any knowledge of Liberty bond trans actions of the Continental Trading company of Canada now under tho 011 committees spotlight of inquiry Transfer VotMl Transfer of the case to the courts was voted by the senatewhen its ef fort to bring Stewart before it to fiico n contempt charge was frustrated by Issuance by Justice Jennings Bailoy of a restrninlngr order lifting the oil mana arrest by the semile Thus Stewart may have to defend him self almost simultaneously In twt actions designed to hold him subject o a contempt sentence ot from one to 12 months In Jail Counsel for the senate will oppose ho restraining order at the hearing jefore Justice Bailey on Tuesday Should the senates power of arrest be upheld Stewart might escape the sen ates Jurisdiction by appealing In turn to the District of Columbia court of apVieals and the supreme court of the United States It Stewart eventually is returned to face tba senate it Is tho intention ot Senator Walsh democrat Montana prosecutor of ths oil inquiry and prime mover of the arrest ot the oil mnn 1r request that sentence for contempt h The GlobeGazette Offers Its Readers Book on Dog Breeds The book of dog lore contains his tory and description ot leading breeds of tlogs prepared by experts in tho United Slates department of agriculture Fortysix pages fully illustrated government Iwoklct com plcto and authentic may bo ol tninert thru our Washington In formation burenu for four cents in stnmpa for return posUigo and handling Send for your copy today Frederic J Director Tlie fllnson City liurpiiii Washington I enclose herewith KOUR in stnrnps fur 1 rnpv of the booklet ItUEEnS OF DOGS Street Cily Stnlr immediately stopped the car thereby averting a wreck and gave his atten tion to Ills companion A hasty ex amination showed that Dr Oaborne was dead Funeral May Be Thursday Tho trip was continued to Hiimboldl from where Dr Osbornes body was brot home to Hampton No definite arrangements for the funeral services have been made but it Is expected that they will be held on Thursday In Hampton Dr Osborne was 61 years old He was born In Clear Lake and had lived almost all of his life tn North Iowa He had been a resident of Hampton for IO years and was closely Identified od and with the business professional social life of the city He first located In Aroclale Im mediately followinghis graduation from the collegeof medicine nt the University of Illinois In 1000 During his residence here Dr Osborno was Instrumental In building up tho ernn hospital and at tho time of his death wis head surgeon of insti tution Ho was associated in the hos pital with Dr J C Powers who now is in on a visit Dr 1owcrs was rTotifieil ot Dr Osbornes tlcnlli and will return here in time for thca funeniJ Hail Four Children Dr Oslxmio was marrlcil twice The first timo lu ICato Maaoh City unil to Cninan a niirsn In tho hospital vviih whlcli Iho doctor was comiRclccl In addition to hia wife he is Rur vlvcil hy ono diiiightnr by ihc former two ilnnghtcrs Claudia and Marjorio Aim nnU a son lark liy tho latter ninrrJiigp Jli Is nlso survived bis father C II Osborne Clear and two sisters In adrtillon lo Raining prominence In his Osljnrnc was well known fivr his farm near here In which ho took a deep Interest than glvo the witnesc r Inruier opportunity to testify j Adam Banker Chapins Oldest Resident Will Be Buried on Tuesda CHAPIN Feb The funeral for Adam Banker S3 ths oldest resident of this community who died at t oclock Sunday morning Is to be heM Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock at ths Mothodlat church here Mr Banker had been a resident cf Chanln and vicinity since 1875 when lie and his wife came here from Illi nois The couple observed the 50th an nlvorsary of their wedding April 9 1923 here on AUNT HEX By Robert Guillen Tlinl prissy IHtle man of Amys atls so superior he Rils mfi rilml nn1 Ilio next lime he raises his eye brows nt me Im goin o squirt him will insect powder nn1 ruin ii   

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