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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER fon rne AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1928 UNITED PRESS AMD INTERNATIONAL zrews SERVICE NO 292 BURGLARS ENTER 11 MASON CITY HOMES 14 MEET DEATH IN TWO WRECKS AT CROSSINGS Entire Family Killed in Auto Near Rice Minn RICE Sept explicable tragedy snuffed out sev jfen lives a grade crossing near Rice Wednesday night when Northern Pa rific passenger train No 11 crashed Jnto the automobile of John Morgal The entire Morgal family consist Ing of the father the mother and their five children ranging In age from 5 months to 5 years were anni hilated In the crash which occurred three miles north ot Rice Tho dead are John Morgal 29 his livifo 24 Alois 5 Veronica 4 Sophia S Gertrude 2 and girl of 5 tnontha AH apparently died instant ly when their small touring car was Emashcd to pieces and the wreck age strewn along the right of way for more than 300 feet Crossing Is Open The crossing where the fatal crash Occurred is an open one With the track visible for a long distance in Bach direction and no theory could be advanced as to why Morgal failed to Bee the train which was estimated to bo traveling about 45 miles an hour Iwhcn It struclc the automobile Corner William Frieslebeh ot Sank Rapids who made a brief investigation fit the tragedy said that he did not Heem an Inquest necessary Morgal he 1 Baid apparently drove directly into the path oC the locomotive Morgal was a tenant farmer living few miles from Rice He moved ere with his family last spring from Avon where It js be 4 relatives reside The seven to their disposition 7 MORE DIE GARY Sept fcersona were killed and another was Jnjured probably fatally when a west bound Orrand Trunk freight train ittrucfc their automobile at a grade pressing on the edge ot Gary early fcorlay Tlie dead D S Polloclt 53 fcouvn Mo C C Malnoid Mathcws be jievcd to have been the driver ot the tar A woman 35 believed to be Mnln frrrts wite Airs Anna Jones 25 Mathews Mo j A boy 20 months old J A girl about four months old j Howard Smith 38 Dearborn Mich A sevenyearold boy unidentified Jvns near death in a hospital Tlio party was enroute to Flint jCedar Rapids Man Is jj Honored by Bank Group CLEVELAND Ohio Sept C Waples of Cedar Rapids elected third vice president of the Mortsrage Bnnkcrs of llAmerica which ended its annual con here yesterday The GlobeGazette Offers to School Children a New Map of Europe With the openingof schools every child will want a copy of this map Russia Ijas 25 citica with more than population How many of them can you name Soviet Kiissia has finally been mapped according to postrevolu tion data with new spellings etc Russian cities are listed with the other 200 leading cities of Europe in population tables accompanying the NEW MAP OF EUROPE This new corrected map with old ana new boundaries and other changes is offered to readers of this newspaper thru our Washing ton information bureau at a post age and handling cost ot 10 cents In full colors 21 by 28 inches on heavy paper Use the coupon below Frederic J Hasliin Director The Mason CKy GlobeGazette Information Rnrenii Washington D C I inclose herewith 30 conls in coin or slumps for a copv nt the NEW MAP OF KUKOPE Nnme City State Four CrossCountry Planes Nearing Los Angeles CUBS MOVE UP ON CARDINALS WITH 6 TO 1 TRIUMPH CHICAGO Sept 13 AP The Cuba moved to within two games of the leading Cardinals defeating the St Louis club here today by 6 to 1 before a crowd of fans Louis 000 100 1 Chicago 001 120 6 14 Mitchell Johnson and J Wilson Blake and Hartnett JONES BESTS BRITON BRAE BURN COUNTRY CLUB Sept Jones today tied the national amateur tournament record for unmerciful treatment of an opponent when he defeated John D Beck 14 and 13 in the third round Jones was leading the Briton 12 up at the end of the morning 18 holes and captured two more in the after noon to tie thr record for lopsided vic tories set in Vi015 by Jerome Travers when he beat the late George A Crump by that margin In the firat round at Detroit MACNIDER AND BROOKHART IN DISPUTE AGAIN Senator Resurrects His War Veterans Chicagos Gangland Pays Tribute to Slain Chief Crowds mussed in front of the home of Antonio Lomunnlo slain ChIcaKo chief Cicero III just before the underworld lenders body was removed for the funeral marcll to the cemetery AI Capone Cicero TJCO lord nnd friend of Lomliimln entered the linuse thru a rear door tn pay his respects Fire Destroys Express Car DISBARMENT OF J E WILLIAMS ASKEDBY JURY Local Attorney Denies He Has Done Any thing Unethical RAPIDS Verbal fireworks attended the clos ing ceremonies at the Iowa depart ment Legion convention here yester day with Hanford MacNider former national commander and formers as sistant secretary of war and Senator Smith W Brookhart crossing words over the lattcrs proposal to pension World war veterans With George Prlchard of Onawa safely elected commander and Mar shalltown named nn the next conven tion city the conventon found Its finale postponed when Brookhart made good his threat to bring to the floor a proposal lo favor pensioning of World war soldiers on the same basis as vet erans ot the Spanish war Fights Resurrected Proposal The proposal was turned down the clay before in committee and its resu tlic floor was greeted by rection on MacNider a resolutions committee man with nn argument which re ferred to politicians who want to promise us something which they know they cannot Charging that interests and money were behind the opposition Brookhart responded with the state ment Ill not he Ninetyfive per cent of the veterans he knew would not seek a pension even if his resolution became law but he ex pressed concern about the other five per After wonderimr whether the res olution was a repudiation ot the Le gion stand or was prompted by lack of Information regarding Its efforts in behalf ot the disabled MacNider ob served that tho greatest enemy the Legion has In this or any other fight in Washington Is the man who always comes out with some other bill as we are trying to get our The resolution was then tabled The convention resolved in favor of legalized boxing in Iowa asked TtJRN TO PAOK J COLUMN 1 MNDIDATE FOR KIMBALLS JOB Ottumwa Senator Out for Lieutenant Governor Nomination Sept API Friends of State Senator Fianlv Shane of Ottumwa announced today he would be a candidate for the republican nomi nation for lieutenant governor to suc ceed tho late Clem F Klmbali of Coun cil Bluffs Mr Shane is president pro tempore of the senate Before the June primary he made known his intention lo run Tor the lieutenant governorship if Kim Jjall was not 1 candidate for reelec tion Circulation of nomination papers by Mr Kimoall was followed by Shanes refusal to oppose him In announcing his candidacy friends of Senator Shane said he has emphatically denied any intention of running cither for governor or United States senator in future campaigns Selection of Khnhalls successor on the republican ticket will be made by the partys state central committee Mr Shane was elected to the house of representatives from Wanello county in 1910 serving one term Since 1M2 lie has been state senator lie was born In Mahaska county 1875 In Ready to Aid Hoover Fight President Expected to Take Active Part in Cam paign Soon By JAMES IWEST Tress Stuff Sept Wright county Brand jury which made its report to the court Tuesday recom mended that disbarment be begun ut onco against J IS Wil liams prominent Mason City attor ney Several months ago Attorney Williams Avas engaged by Mrs Lulu Kadcr Clarion lo defend her against a bigamy charge nt tiie April term jf W right county district court The present grand jury petition which was directed to Judge Sherwood Cloclc presidingjudge of the ber term states that Koy Glen ami Charles Miller of Mason City brothers of Ijiilu Ruder on oath say that parts of their testimony In behalf of their sister at the April term of court false and that each of them wns asked to testify as he did ut the request of Attorney Williams Clot Five Years Sentence Tuhi who was convicted ot bigamy and is serving a five yoir sentence in the womans reformatory at Rockwell City also mads an affi davit to the same effect while her mother statea that she accompanied Lulu to the attorneys office In Mar City to consult about the trial oCrtbe Another Ship ForcedDown Flyers Hurt Levines Plane Believed Sighted Flying Over Julsa Okla HUIAETIN TWSA Sept Lieut Com Jnch Isemnn flying Charles A Levines transAtlantic mnno plunp the Columbia in he New York to Los Angeles nonstop all race passed over Tulsn nt 11 n in today The nnvy flyer circled Mclnlyre airport at n height of about 400 feet and dropped a message telling his identity and nslting thnt word bo telegraphed to New Yorlt Tlo other three planes wore im reported at i nrlurk today and presumably were winging their way westward far the in prizes awaiting them nt JAM An Sept President Coolitlge 9 to participate jicLivcly in the presidential campaign and his plans will he an nounced at ihe while house In the near future part In the effort of the republi can party to retain of the na tional government formed one of the subjepti of a conference he had Herbert Hoover nt the executive offices late yesterday nCter his re turn from liin summer in the hills of northern The confer ence was of unusual duration last ing for an hour and a rtiuirtor There vaa no official announce ment regarding the meeting but it stated that the chief executive was anxious to be helpful in the cam paign Tins naturally led to the sur mise thnt qn hi forthcoming1 visit to New England Coolidgc will malie one or more speeches In his home section of the country lit some portions of the republicans know they stiff SHAFF IN RACE have to contend with rather opposition Hoover nintfft a rather complete re port to the president on the political situation generally sept is AD Fiionfln ot Senator 1 O Shaft of Clin ton today launched a boom liorc for him ns tlic republican cnnrllclnlo for lieutenant governor to snccccrt tlic late Clem P KimbaU SonatoiShaff who has served in both the lower and upper Iowa house and is now serving TITSX TO PAGE 2 COLUMN Big Six Discusses German Demand to Remove Troops France Has New Plan to Safeguard Frontier on Rhine GRXBVA Sept one of the participants described ns a hopeful meeting ot the big six to discuss evacuation of the Rhine land was held today It was brief but It adjourned with an agreement to sit Sunday morning It was officially stated that several points nrose which require further elucidation It Js believed that these had to do with a French plan for new provisions for security In the TChtije lanrt frontier zone in case troops are either reduced or withdrawn entirely in accordance with ievninn Aristirte Briand French foreign min ister presented the Ideas at todays conference Rrinml o RHurn He departed for Paris Immediately after the meetlnp in order to attend a cabinet conference there which is to fill the vacancy created by the accidental death of Maurice Boknnoiv ski Tie announced however that he would return to Geneva in time for tho parley next Sunday Besides M Briand the participants in todays con versa tlon wero Lord Cushcndun for freat nrilain Chancel lor Herman Mueller for Germany Karon Moncheiir torin Sniaioja for for Belgium Vit Italy nnd Mine fE Z Will Rogers Says YORK Sept up today to tho hospital in New Lon don to see Fred Stone He was hurt just as bad as reported at the time hut is coming along great It the world could seo what that man i s recovering from it would be worth the acci dent just to prove to people what clean liv ing and physical fitness will do tor you wiien noca ROGERS Anxious to see the AVRenlino United States polo championship Saw this weeks United States tenm play but havent seen next weeks team in action As Maine goes so goes New Yours CnpyriRhf192S AND LIVESTOCK LOSTINJLAZE Fusee Used for Light Is Cause of Disastrous Explosion A combination Chicago Rock Island storage car for mail and express ind Its contents were practically des troyed earlyThursday morning when fusee torch used as an omoifency light caused an explosion in tho car on Its sidetrack north of the local Uock Island depot It Is believed that tlie fusee used when the gas lighting system failed caused an explosion which ignited H boxes of motion filrnn About 125 sacks of magazines a pouch of Ut two heifer calves and a imount of express was nearly all des troyed The had been set off on the side track as by the Hock Island train from Uus Moincs tlio car arrived it Alnson CHy the lighting system which bail been giv ing trouble entirely failed Mall ir tho Milwaulteo train west had ben nnloadejl and William Johnson mail truck driver nns just ins glve In view of the facts thnt have been revealed to the grand jury Judire Clock appointed Attorney Leslie N Archerd Clarion ns a special commissioner to assist County Alter ney Blue in tlie preparation of Ihe di barmcnt charge against Mr Wil liams Tho disbarment cnse will he tried by n representative ot the at ney generals office who will come to Clarion from DCS Moinefi at tho time of the trial The supreme court of va will appoint three judges to pre side at tho trial Throe Urothers Confessed Following the conviction of Mrs llader on n charge of bigamy at tho April term of court three of IKT brothers Charles Miller 31 Hoy ind lilen 22 all of Mason City m voluntary confessions before County Attorney Blue and Judge Cmfield ad mitting that they had perjured them selves in giving testimony in behalC of their sister The two boys testified that At torney Williams of Mason City coached them and prepared a story for them to tell In Wright county court tn order to try to keep their sister out of the penitentiary They nlHO si that the attorney said it would do no harm io stretch tlie truth a little Perjury Serious Told At that timo Judge iairiold prompt ly informed tho boys thnt pcrjurj a most serious offense that any body who would put one up lo per jure themselves was just as guilty as the offender and should be punlshet truck up to the car when the the same manner sion and eiisuing blaze ocourrrd The movie immediately fire and the car was a seething ur nace hcforo Dwight Compton who was working in the car ami Tolmsin could remove any ot tho mnil or ie lease tho two heifers Tile local flro department received Ibo callat but was unable to sa much of the contents The car itsrlf was damaged irreparably iMcmbCLS of tho local postoffico avo busy at tempting to snlvago mail not des troyed That on which the address is not entirely obliterated is mailed to the addressee stamped Damaged in mail par fire at Mason City Sept ft Is true that certain witnesses for southwest ISLAND IS HIT BY HURRICANE All Business Suspended in Porto Rico Storm Nears Haiti NEW YORIC Sept hurricane struck Porto Rico early today and was expected lo roach the island of Haiti before night fall said cable advices to the French Tele graph Cable company offices Ail business his Iieen suspended on Porto Rico the cable manager at San fuan Sported all land wires were down No reports were received as to loss of life and property darpage TLRN TO TAQK Z COLLi jJjrrTIJIllC County Attorney Dine hri1 rccom tnRntied a puroln to llift court nni TOTAL BAG NETS ROBBERS ABOUT CURRENCY Use William Thaw and Capt DECATUK Sept Col John Morris both ot Pittsburgh piloting a LockhcodVcga plane in the nonstop ralr race were forced down on n farm IFi miles south of Dccatur at oclock this morning by a broken oil line Colonel Thaw suffered a dislocated hip and both were badly bruised They were unable to summon aid and lay hi tho wreckage of their plane until found hy n farmer nt 6 oclockthis morning They were brot to n hospital here The plnhe was demolished Munier Forced Nick Spokane entrant In the nonstop transcontinental air race from New York to Angeles forced down unhurt at Roland BUILT BY KEELER Thn two JjorUlieerlVega plsinos uiitcrctl jit he nonstop rnnscnnii iientnt flight constructed hy tho compimy licadcU hy Frwl Kccler Masou City mid Aligning Thn Kceler plane piloted hy Art Gorhcl Is 1 to win he flush o Los Angeles Jimmies to Force Doors and Windows of Residences TJOUSE thieves apparently with a 11 penchant for money only netted approximately 14 when they prowled thru n local homes early Wednes day evening The marauders tak ing advantage ot many local resi dents attending the fall opening jimmied windows used pass keys on locks cracked window panes to re lease latches and rifled desks and drawers always passing np valuables In their search for money Apparently the first place to be en tered was the residence of C H Me Nider 232 Second street southeast wliero they lifted a grgtingon a base ment window and falling to gain en trance finally cracked n pano In a kitchen window released the catch and gained entrance Jobs Alllte At tlio McNider honv as at each of tho other residences entered the thieves pulled out drawers of cab inets and desks and rifled papers In heir search for currency Valuable articles of wearing apparel silverware and jewelry wero ignored The mem bers of the McNlder family were Xt their cottage at Clear Lake Nothing was missed however It wns a poor place to look for smiled C H McNider Thurs day morning The thieves evidently then pro ceeded to the Walter Martin home 10 Z South Connecticut where they proved the largest liaul of evening for tile proivlera Proceeding down East State street tho robners continued their which consisted largely of turning everything upside down at the homes of Chris Rye Art Adams R f Smith G It II E Lesley J C Tohnsou and Theodore Saitnsky rubber I wero nil tins morning he telegraphed hts hie ICG Rfttlierlng on tho cnrhnretor of tho Wright motor of his orange CEty of forrfd I he landing the mosHape Paid On the last pnrt ot the trip a terrible storm enecl Tlie only loss was that of cno dollar from Mrs purse At the 15 P Smith home two screens were removed and one nf the windows The members of the Smith family were at Clear Lake It was necessary to do tills Hut here rilso nothing was missed nl bo the thieves left a rail of debris was encountered with extremely cold weather The cold caused Ice to gath er about the carburetor making two cylinders go I flew for four hours with the cyl inders Mamer telegrapl his wife because of tlie had visibility which made a landing Impossible At the end of four hours the wenlher cleared and I landed Kvcrylhing is all Two Forced Out nOOSHVBLT N Kept Six airplanes of Ihe nine which roared Into tlio air nt the start of Ihe nonstop cousl to coast race were believed to be N TO PACK 2 COLUMN 5 committed between s and oclok in the evening Tlie Art Adams fam ily returned home nt 9 IS to find p i pers and contents oC dresser and uut fot drawevH KCiittorcd over thefloor A watch on a find valu able K liver ignored Cot Dollar thieves ptckM up one dollnr mare at f I It Lmlcnian home Kast fitnte street they took rt scrrc1 off a rear window Mrs mnn upstairs wns not awak Ton love liberty eh The herd cant boss you Well lets see you grow Garfield sentenced each of tlie despite herd Ihrea hoys to tlie 10 year limit but pajoied them to Sheriff Frntl lobnpon to whom thoy must report eyery 30 lays port Times WILLIAMS PRESENTS HIS SIDE OF CASE Wea To my friends associates In prac tice and the public The action of the grand jury of Wright county recommending disbar ment proceedings against ma based upon my defense of Lulu Under tried for bigamy nt tlie previous term In Wright county comes to me as a total surprise Until I was notified by Mm to representative morning of such notion r have heard nothing from court or other officials of Wright county In any manner ques tioning my Integrity or acts ns an at torney in that case IOWA FORECAST Mostly unsettled night nnd Friday probably showers ami thiinilcrstorms sllclKly warmer Thursday nijht in northeast and rooler in extreme nortliwent por IniiH Cooler Friday in west and reiilral porfions LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar weather figures for 1M hour period ending at 8 a m Thursday Highest Wednesday 82 Degrees Knivrnt in Night 15 At R A SI Thursday 59 Degrees Tlie wind had turned from the n llioir wnkc At 1 iuis Rye home G80 ctaie street entrnnoe was Rained thru Jimmied window ivo iitrwofi dollars were mlsslnp followlnff a Jho smno moans was uhipted liy the roving thieves to Ret nto the J C Johnson home RIO Kant State street Nothing was taken at the Johnson home one of thr childrens bnnks with little lesi than a lollar In 11 Jho departed from Kasl Htate street enoiiBh to enter the J n Younablood home 2S Rock Crest thru a basement window and rtepnrl with about procured from Mr Youngbloods doslc Again silverware and other valuables were overlooked Another place reported lo the police s having been nntered was the home TIUN TO pACJi is i weatbcr for the first time In a week Tho weather man reported an exceptionally heavy dew hack to the southeast the defense wero charged ivllli perj Thursday North Iowa however jury but It Is absolutely untrue that looked forward to completely clear in handling of such case for the de fense as attorney for the defense I was in any manner implicated with Much perjured testimony if any The defendant and two brothers testified that Under the defendant had not seen or heard from her husband Ilio prosecuting witness for three years prior lo her alleged bigamist Hoiel Testify It Is nlso trim that near the close of tho case there was testimony HET By Robert Quillen I can tell when a woman is just pretemlin she likea babies Slic looks for a clean place before she kisses   

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