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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCUTKD PKsss LEACTD wmE FINAL EDITION 1 uiUABMU WIRE REPORT MASON PTTV IOWA TPRTn A V wn x IUYVA JIULJAX INUViLMlJbR 23 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JvfQ 39 POINTS OUT MauWUVER Conditionpf Englands King Is Reported As More Seri ous POSSIBILITY OF ASKING PRINCE TO RETURN SEEN f Skipper Monarch s Condition FEDERAL More Serious Than Common Cold Capt Carey Is Defended by Britisher Survivor Testifies to Good Behavior of Picture on Page 4 ONDON Nov 23 AP After a restless night M King George today had developed further congestion a s czenand a survivor in one lung but was able to obFaid the ship Silnk unlcr him he tain a little rest this affpmnrm aml Cnptai1 York Nov 23 brief account of Capt William Carey worked to I the last amonga disorganized crew i and fearstricken passengers until he went down with the liner Vestris was I read today into the record of the fed inquiry Into the disaster while i testimony of witnesses was that all aboard were left to their own re sources to escape the lost vessel An affidavit by Edward Jnies Wat i colt a British citizen and a survivor belt feet away without a life Shouted His Directions After a second he tain a little rest this afternoon This fact wag considered as a hope ful development and It was stated in a quarter oloso to naval circles thai a seconu ne disappeared Hie kings while serious should Walcott said adding he last saw tlie vol be reearded In any way as alarm skipper on tbe hurricane deck sliout directions for the loading of a I he Prince of Wales hoir apparent Ilifeboat who is how on a tour In Rust Africa His so TValcott rbeing kcnt informer of the I related that it broke on the last ord of his majeslys Illness This was just as tho ship went Queen Marv who officiated at PPVjdown public v I C Tohnstone general manager ie in rted by her daughter tlle Trinidad Leasehold an oil pro dnclne concern agreed with nn obser Altho spend the weekendjvation by WaTott that the liner was st Premier Baldwin will IK i listing when it left New York on a boulcl there be any neces1 voyage that cost more than one hun for bis presence in tbe kings illness connection Idred live The kingpassed a restless nlgM his temperature remaining at 101 There Is a slight extension of the mischief in bis lung but his majestys strength is Sir Stanley Hewett and Lord Daw son of Ienn the kinds physicians who went to Buckingham palace at 10 oclock this morning signed tbe bulletin While there was reassurance In the bulletin that hs majesty was main taining his strength public anxiety over the IHncns of the king was not allayed it was recalled that King Ed wards fatal Illness started with n congestion In the lungand there fore It was inevitable that anxiety over the kings condition would be ac centuatcd by tills fact Visitors Flock to Palace There was a constant stream of vis itors at the palace thruout tho fore noon Among tho early arrivals were Dr Friedrich Stbamer the German Frau Stbamer and Prin cess Louise the duchoss ot Arcvie Women to Testify YORK Nov 23 flHThe first witnesses were on today federal commissioners inquiry Into the wreck of the Vestris They were Mrs Earl F X5e Vore and Mrs Norman K Batten widows of the two automobile race drivers TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 7 FLYERJJFFON COLOMBIA HOP Lieutenant Mendez Hopes to Make Jacksonville in One Jump Denies Shes to Wed Lindbergh Hoover Begins Study of LatinAmerican Affairs DRIVE AGAINST CHICAGO CRIME HAS FIRST WIN 15 Central Iross tclcpliofo of of Bwight W Morrow nrobassnrtor to Mexico suajiped on her tirrival at New York City from At the pier Miss Morrow ilcnJecl news repnrls cnffiiRnd to Col Clmrles Wnahcrgli There is absolutely nolliius in slie ilcclarcd Colonel JJiiilIierBli Ims liccn friendly both Elizabeth nnrt her yoimcer sister Anne WAY NAVAL AIR STA TION N NOV 23 Benjamin Mendez chief pilot of the republic of Columbias air force took off at this morning for Jackson ville on the first leg ot a College Slayer to Be at Funeral of Victim There was another crowd outside da the palace all morning anxious for news from the royal sick room but probably because of the fact that it was raining the numbers were small itthan yesterday The palace guards were mounted Ifbe air A small group ot Colombians navy ofCiccra and army officers and their wives from Jlitchel field were present when Mendez drove bis big Curtiss seaplane across the water and Into changed as usual but without tbe Tho The Ricanrte after the famous Colombian palriot This caused some In the crowd loaded with 575 gallons of gas wonder uneasily what this meant unjwith Mendcz as his mechanic was til It was explained that the guard at Todhunter an American Buckingham palace Is always mount From Jacksonville Menders next ert without music when weather win lalto coo mile3 to ditlons are bad atopg nnd thch flis Tt Is understood that no messagesfauces apart are Puoyto Barrios regarding the kings condition haveGuatemala 700 miles Colon Fana been sent to the Prince of Wales andnia miles and then the final the Duke ot Gloucester In East Africa mile flight to Bogota 3t was said however that the matter I might receive attention shortly The Duke of York who spent last night MASON CITYLAKE GRIDDERS BATTLE 00 IN 1ST FRAME With tho bnll on Clear Lakes 10 yard linn the Miisou City Mo hrivis were threatening to score as the first quarter Ilidcd The score stooil 0 to 0 all thru the first period A punting duel between H Clear TxiUe and Mason Cily ftaturcd the first period TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 5 BEAM OF LIGHT PROVIDES CLEW I Officers Find Radio Appara tus Used for Flashing Race Results BOWIE Nov 23 IP Puzzled by the flash of a mirror Jrincc Georges county officers followed the gleam to a house about a mile from the Bowie race track and there found a radio outfit and telegraph set As result four men are under arrest to day on charges ot bookmakinij and giving out racing information unlaw fully Tho policemen also located a tinj radio sending set built into n vest They advanced tbe theory that thlf was usejl by someone at the track tr flash winners and odds to someone ii tho house In apparent contradiction to pan of this surmise was the discovery of two high powered telescopes placed so thnt they covered Iho start nm finish at the track 6SHIPWREGKED SAILORS SAVED Part of German Crew Taken on Board Danish Steamer Xov 2H Val entia wireless station announced to day that a Lloyds radio message from tho Danish steamer Kstonia said that it had saved six of the crew ot the German steamer Herrenwyk The Her renwyk was In distress about Mf miles west of Ireland The message read Saved six of the crew of the Ger man steamer Herrenwyk last night Increasing wind and darkness made further work Impossible Hopingtc save the remainder of the crew at day light Xorthwest gale heavy sens am Greek Crew Southern Schools Plan Me morial Just Before Game Saturday BIRMINGHAM Nov 23 grief stricken student who shot nnd Rilled a boyhood chum In the frenzy of rivalry preceding tho an nual Birmingham SouthernHoward college football game was In Gadsden oday to attend the funeral of bis vie tim Meanwhile student bodies of the two colleges tho former a Methodist school and the latter a Baptist both oC Birmingham were planning lo Joii in a memorial servico for the slain youth Montross Freeman Birming ham Southern freshman who fell a victim of O U Wcstbronk a How ard junior Wednesday ulKht Wont Caned iiinie The memorial service was kcllpd after the faculties ot Howard Birmingham Southern and tho stu dent bodies of the rival had reached an agreement with the j Rirniiugham city commission not to cancel the annual game Eller Men Found Guilty of Fraud at Primary pHKJAGO Nov 23 Chicagos clean up of crime campaign won a criminal court victory today when a jury found 15 men guilty or frauds and violence in the bloody twentieth ward last primary election day One of the defendants Joseph An narimo alias Peppy Genero was acquitted Punishments fixed by the Jury which deliberated 13 hours were fines ranging from 400 to Tho trial lasted six weeks It was known as the 131Ier trial because the defendants wo reputed lieutenants ot City Collector Morris liller boss of the Woody twentieth where slug Eings kidnoplngs and one slaying oc curred primary election day April 10 EUer and hia son Judge 13manucl Eller have been granted a separate trial on similar State SenatorFined Among thoso convicted today were Abe Hum y Klass nephew of Morris EUer who was lined and Peter Pacclll a county highway policeman who was fined 400 The others their fines were Harry Hochxt n assistant state culturist State Senator James B Leonardo Samuel Kaplan Morris Brownstein Ellers pre cinct captain In the twentieth ward Edward Broivnstcin his brother 5100 Hocca Xauelli John Arm ando Joseph Breclav school Benjamin Jacobson for mcr Beneein republican candidate for alderman In the twentieth ward Samuel Pellar 400 Albert Braver man precinct captain in twentieth ward 400 Auljrcy Heed Negro Kller worker Samuel Red Barflin 5400 The defendants were Indicted by thr 7une special grand jury the first of six such bodies to bo summoned t investigate disorders and terrorism on primary day Petitioned for Juiy Tbe June special grand jury was sworn In after tbn Chicago Bar as sociation and the Chicago crime com mission petitioned for such an Investi gation declaring that States Attor ney Robert K Crowe nnd his aides could not conduct an impartial in quiry The slaying of Octavius Granady Negro opponent of Morris filler for re ward in tbo bloody by gunmen Into TllJX TO PACK 1 COLUMN 2 Wea PresidentElect Diaz to Greet American Party at t Corinto S S EN ROUTE TO A MAP ALA Honduras Nov 23 the Maryland steadily Irawing nearer to her first port of call on Herbert Hoovers goodwill tour the resldentelect today waa devoting limself to a study of conditions In LatinAmerica He was also sketching iut the various addresses that he ilans to make The Maryland running Into honper seas than It bail encountered on the trip south from Snn Pedro Mr Hoover appeared to njoy the changed conditions as ho is t good sailor and has been thru storms in many seae Mrs Hoover Is also accustomed to he sea and seemed to enjoy the voy igo eaually with the president elect When the weather been mo warm as he ship plowed thru tropical waters ifficers and sailors all donned white mlforms and most oC tbe official party ilso put on white clothing Mr Hoo ver however appeared on deck in a lark double breasted coat with white shoes and trousers Mrs Hoover wore i light tropical dress She spent some time on the tniarteideck in a steamer and watching a goC game on an Improvised teeing board 4 rrcsidcnfs ti Greet Him Attlio Mr Hoover will visit only one capita In Central America he will be greeted by the presidents oi al lour republics on which he will cal from Sunday to Tuesday At Amapala Honduras and La Union Salvador he will meet on Sunday the chief execu tives of those two countries He will travel from Punta Arenas Costo Rica to tlie capital San Jose on Tuesday On Monday Mr Hoover will be greeted at Corinto Nicaragua by President Diaz PresidentElect Mon rada and former President Chamorro He will remain there during the day and an elaborate reception hns been TlRN TO 1AOK 4 COLUMN 2 HUNTlflWOF HORSE THIEVES Will Rogers Says NEW YORK NOT Hoover is the first sleeted candidate I ever Kaw that kept Vtis promises Ho said he would follow out Coolldges policies and see where he a fish ingr already I see where hi caught a dolph in I suppose the senato will hold an Investigation now to find out what a dolphin la Hoover I putting In at Nicaragua He wants to SGO the home of our ma rines He hasnt ROGERS 0y China If It wasnt for the movie week lips picturing them BOinp from one country to another we would never know whut they looked HIcc Yours Copyright AUTHORITIES IN SOFIA FEARFUL OF REVOLUTION Rebel Leader Threatens to Murder Cabinet Members COPIA 23 police guard protecting members of tho cabinet was doubled today in the fenr that Ivan Michailoff leader of the bllliRorent faction of tho Macedonian revolutionary party miffht carry out threats to march on Sofia with his wild cohorts and murder certain min isters that he designated by letter Tho entire country was apprehen sivo lest Bulgaria bo plunged into civil war if Michailoff became gressive A violent conflict between opposing political factions before tho club of KILLER SILENT IS HURRIED OFF TOSTATEPRISON Negro Behind Bars Soon After Identification by Woman OMAHA Nov 23 Bird Negro who was a witness in prosecution of a Burlington railway special agent here a few weeks ago was positively identified as Omahas hatchet slayer by Mrs Harold Strib ling the Negros fifth victim at a local hospital here shortly after noon police announced Bird was rushed to the state penitentiary at Lincoln reach ing there at 2 p m today He refused to talk saying he only wanted an attorney and mentioned A V Shotwell local attorney as sisted in the prosecution of Conrad Earth Burlington rail road special agent charged with responsibility of the death of Gordon Grigor Cleveland youth under the wheels of a freight train at Ashland two months ago Bird was the states witness in the case and has been in Omaha since the death of Grigor It was said at the hospital that Mrs Stribling positively Gang Loots Ranches Then Escapes Into Barren Desert Regions TORNADO IIKL MUKRTO y Nov 3 drxert region Ierrvro pnliru which Spaniards centuries ago called belligerents Appeals II S identified Bird but police for a while refused to say that Bird was the hatchet slayer OMAHA 23 Jmahaa Negro hatchet killer is believed by police to have slruclf igaln bat his latent attack which oc curred at S a hail only robhery a motive Kidnaped by a light skinned Negro vhoHe description in similar to that Im hatchet Theodore Ganaros vas obliged to drive about the city at ils captors command for ors of an hour When the Xogro released ic toolc J2 from one ot bis pockets larger gum In another the agrarian party more ag pocket Ordered n Drive On waa captured when night added to Ihe fears of the people Brisk fire was exchanged between the factions arrested many of the The Journey Death was scoured by posses for a hand oC horse thieves which sacked ranch ot Kims ammunition cloth Ins and provisions duringan orgy or banditry lasting several days Tho beat horses were slotci several ranches Athanase Huroff foreign minister in a statement to the Associated appealed to the United States to res fron Present Inter Lnjm present mter trom t is tllat sarias pitifully Niniill army would be Jn a near desolate area far from almost powerless to copo with a widc IOWA FORECAST any towns and without nomiiiunica lion except by messenger thp dipreda oi1 the Imnd did not become known until yesterday Posses beaded by sheriffs who nerved their law enforcement ap prenticeships when boiSG and cattle rustllntf was a rirntttahlc occupation fn the southwestern frontier look up the huibt at once uprising King Hoiis who has striven constantly to brinff about peace is deeply disturbed at acts or t terrorism which have occurred Hundreds or families fcariiic mur der at lb bands of Macedonian iles lieradoes nro fleeinpr toward rnim IVlrich ivluni Midiailorr has Huroff lei Jiij Portugal Nov Tho crow or the fircck steamer Vir ginia which sent out an S O S car yesterday has bpon rescued by a Spanish trawler They were landed al IjCixoes Poruigul today It seems strange now to Iienr our talk nbout nothing but religion Times Tho service and precede the take the place of the an nnal parade of tivo teams An expression from the father oC the slain student that ho believed his son would have wished the game played la said to have greatly influ enced college heads and city conmiis sioners in finally consenting to the contest Wesbrook was released on bond of yesterday mornnijj and left Birmingham for Gadsden lo visit his relatives nnd to attend tho funeral the boy ho bud slain Both and Freeman re sided in the same town and hru known each other for years Clear Friday night and Satur day somewhat colder Saturday and In extreme wnsl portion Fri day nisit LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeCazctto Cisures tu 4 hour period cmling at 8 oclock u in IYL v Highest US Degrees JUiwcst In iNiRlil Woman Beats Off r T Ko Rnvrrloi oe ourgiar T4U nit stepped behind him with n pistol and ordered him to KCI in that car and drive The ride apparently Im told jiolice Several poliocars on patrol for t hatchet were met during drive Ganaroa told police Oanaros1 description ot the man tallied almost exactly with that pivcn police by Mrs Harold Stribllnj Of tlm Nepro who attacked her husband and in their homo earlv Tuesday tnornins Clews Trove Worthless OMAHA Vov 23 IP Vlr 1 without clew to the Omaha hatchet slayer police last night were under arms by same patrol that covered tho city sinro Sunday when the ax man began work Xone of tin suspects or Hhown to Mrs Harold Stribllng ubo with her husband wore the last When began to In Itfl work Fnd4y fflbrning the mur cury started on a mthcr rapid tnn up the column of the GlobeGazctus maximum thermometer Uy 8 oclcck it had reached tbe melting point ard ils objective appeared to he well up toward tbe 50 degree mark For chil liness Thursday hns not been sur passed more than three or four times autumn Received Warning Xote Freema was by Wednesday night when h AVryl brouU lo ti us stove wliore the latter was Inp and souBht lo force tho student outside whew scvornl Kirj TCHN TO PA OB 4 t CIiruACiO Nov Mrs Simmons that if tho ncwsja r fear tliat if wo do not soon curi relief either thru the United States or Kurope must slow ly hlced to deatli Let tho jjreat United Stales to which six million I look as a guardian of small answer An the richest most powerful lljiind most Influential nation in tliej world it will be Impossible for the TCRX TO 1 i 1 United Slates to play the roll of pas sive onlooker in tbe face of the trag edy which threatens Bulgaria in HoIshcviJc porn print anything about her ruckus with it bandit last nlsht that they do so without any frills or Did I strike him the Krayhaircd woman said Well what wouldnt with her husband In Will not the fnitecl States save us 80r j before our peasants crushed with tax The doorbell ran and her hushaml ation reparations nnd tlie high price mortfsiigu broker answcieri Mr jof the noeossitips of life are forced Simmons heard a scutCle and went to to embrace investigate A yountman with a handkerchief over part of his face stood there pointing a pistol nt my bushanncj lie struck Mr Simmons over tho head with tho handle of the Bun I grahljen it from him Did I strike him Who wouldnt Jlotween us we gave Hut young man a thrashing The handkerchief ramo off fast I Buroff said that tlie succession of terroristic aets by illegal Macedon ian bands which bad occurred recently were the Indirect result of tho orush inp terms Imported upon Bulgaria by eoulri 1 Kupimst he WHM a Huf Vutinned ij3 bejoi Mrs s in the n the postwar peace Speaking of Hie Maendonlan vevolu tionary nrRanizatlons the foreign min ister said HutearlanK livlm in those of llii wiri awarded I and liifjoslavin tlie treaties ire so njiprosspii by ilieir that they cry out to thplr loaders for relirf nehlir want to be Hellenized ror SirWficd AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I like my Injiltin board Its such a comfort have something in kit chen Sallie cant I   

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