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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FTVB CBOT3 PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRBS8 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 45 MEXICAN PRESIDENT SWORN ENGLANDS KING IS SOME BETTER PHYSICIANS SAY Inflammation Showing More Improvement Bulletin Reads LONDON INov 30 Georges physicians today issued this bulletin on his condition 1iie inflammation of the lung and pleura shows some improve ment The temperature is slightly lower The time of possible exacerba tion or it must be i noted has yet passed and in any case progress must be Tlie signed by Sir Stanley Hewett Txird Hawson oi Pcnn and Sir Humphrey Kolles ion ONDON Xov 30 bulletins from the bedside of King Jeorge were generally regarded to y as indicating that he was making good progress as possible at the resent stage of his illness j Hope for n normal recovery was per than at any time since became known how serious the Ings condition was The king however was not regarded s having turned the corner yet for it as the restoration of tissues ot the pleura to a healthy ondition a matter of sev ral days during which the greatest skill ot physicians would be demanded i avert any alarming development cveitUeless hopefulness was rally regarded as justified Parts of Iowa Under 5fe anket of Snow Boy 14 Is Accidentally Shot NEW PRESIDENT Einillo Tortes Gil above was inaugurated provisional president of Mexico Friday to take the placo made vacant hy the murder of General Obregoit president elect NAVALRifllS PERFORM FOR HOOVER PARTY this was of great importance Admits Seriousness Ceremonial as He re oval otihe report of his illness from leaflfrig column by two norning papers Their stories on the king while still on the front page were given somewhat less space than before The bulletin of the kings physi rj J r T p rcjkns Sir Stanley Hewitt and Lord I 16310611111 i 6 C I O66S IJawson of Penn issued at S p m yes1 terday sad The king had a Quite day with some sleep Otherwise his condition re mained The Lancet a leading Knglish med ical journal today reviewed the prog ress of the kings illness The paper I said that the return of high fever last Sunday Inevitably resulted in sleeplessness and discomfort and the public was warned that a further spread of pleurisy might be expected Tin to the present however had been no change while a certain amount of rest had been obtained and Doctors Hold Meager Hope for Recovery iOsage Youth Injured While Dragging Gun Up Steps Andrew Betts 14 Osage farm boy is in a critical condition at the Park hospital after receiving the full charge ot buckshot in his abdomen when his shotgun accidentally discharged as ho was preparing to go hunting lowing a Thanksgiving dinner J The accident occurred at the home o his mother Mrs Henry Llndloy who lives on a farm seven miles west of Osage on the St Ansgar road Doctors at the hospital say they hold little hope for his recovery In an xray taken of the boys abdomen more than 75 shot that had pierced his Intestine were counted The outer wall of the abdomen was blown away According to the story told at the hospital the family had finished din ner ana Andrew accompanied by his brother and cousin was preparing to so hunting They were standing on back steps talking and Andrew was leaning on the muzzle of his gun around suddenly and as lie dragged the gun with him the ham mer caught in one of the steps The gun went off and the entire charge entered He was brot to the Park hospital ana remainedconsclpusdurimj fire time His was resting fairly easyl Friday but doctors stated It would be i a miracle if he recovers Will Rogers NEW YORK Nov 29 Say otcr champion New Iork university team looked like a manofwar lill that bunch of Oregon applo knock ers got a hold of em this after noon It w no luce for a ra coon coat ath lete up against an old bunch of wheat shockers whoso college emblem Is a pair of Ievi overalls Tlieso old mi ni on d i g g K r s from tlie mouth oC tho Columbia had t h e n i t y slickers strewn from goal to ROGERS With Yale Harvard Prince ton Columbia and A Smith go ing down all in succession it Just looks like its the country boys year Yours ChargedWith Gamblers Murder McMnniLs who ran clear the Itothstcm case up in len acconiini to the nolioe lins Tcen charged with first degree murder in connection with the death of the notorious York gflmliler After HnrrcnderinpT lo flic police voluntarily he was arraigned lefore Judge Mmicusn In crirninnl roiirt New York McMaimR left and his attorney C Murray during his arraignment Baldwin Has Sent STEAMER GOING WN IN OCEAN SOS BRINGS AID Painter and Author Takes His Own Life iremumai as ne TVT T T Groses Equator Navy Idea ShanghaiBound Ship in By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Wriler U S S MARVLAND ENROUTE TO GUAYAQUIL Ecuador Nov 30 from the sea with his roy al court King Xeptune today took charge of goodwill ship as it crossed the equator His trusted who have crossed the with him to initiate who tho mystery of his Heading the bulletins as showing realm INote of Prime Minister Isj in Response to Brittens Suggestion T ONDON Xov 3tJ was i1 leafnad authoritatively today that Premier Baldwin has despatched a friendly reply to the proposal made I by Representative Britten for an i ot the forces of infcc the paper concluded at the same tirne it would bo idle to pretend that an Illness of his kind is not serious for a patient over The Lancet also dispelled the Idea that the kings illncsa occurred thru a sudden onset of his attack hy etnt ing that for several days before the first medical bulletin was issued ills majesty had not been in his usual health altho he continued to carry out his official engagements The Dally Mail today printed a des patch from DareaSdlaam Tangan yika Africa dated yesterday after noon snyingthat there was a dis tinctly more hopeful feeling among those with the Prince of Wales due the PresiflentKect Hoover shellback Of shellbacks who was crossing for the fifteenth time with Mrs Hoover and witness mton atched AngloAmerican parliamentary 1oon jterence on naval affairs j The premiers reply was stated to have been inspired by the same spirit which animated the Invitation The reply has been sent to Sir Esme Howard the British ambassa1 Distress in Mid Pacific VANCOUVER B Xov SO regarding tho safety of Ilio crew of the Britishfreighter Chief Maquilln in distress miles west of here in tlie Pacific ocean were removed today when Ilio CanadianAmerican Shipping company owners of the craft were advised that tho Japanese freigiitcr aronlroitt Mam wns alongside anil the British freighter Atlnnlfa City and the Japanese steadier Vogen Maru wore si mul ing Xov 30 Six Western States Feel Storm Loss fra R em sen 1 Failur ei Found by Friend CARMEL Ca1r Nov 30 Kcmaen painter and playwright who styled himself a successful fail ure is dead a suicldo presumably because of tho despondency over iho rejection of hLs Dlay Inch by New York producers The body was found encircled by his paintings and manuscripts by a Thanksgiving dinner guest who sus pected something amiss when Remsen failed to rmswer his doorbell yester day Ho had shot himself thru the breast after laying on top of the manuscripts his will which loft his estate to his brother Dr Charles M Remsen oC New York City Friends said called himself a successful failure hecauso he had SUSPECT BOOZE RUNNER KILLED BY COASTGUARD Companion on Downtown Traffic in Omaha Suspended Denver Gets Heavy Fall ES MOINES Jfov 30 areas in western central and northern Iowa lay under a fiveinch mantle of snow today as a result of a storm thftt began in the early ey enlng The storm was confined to an area 100 miles wide extending from the souMiewestern corner of the state to Bain fell in the south1 eastern part of Iowa Train service today was on usual schedule however and there was but little damage reported Thursday night in northern Iowa A number of mo tor busses were late in arriving In this city The weather prospect for today was for cloudy nklen and temperature above the thawing point Clear skies and colder weather was in the offing for Saturday Rain was reported In Wapallo Louisa county and Keokuk land Davenport Dispatches from all he snow covered area ot Iowa re jorted heaviest saow In tha season At Waterloo it was still snowing early lis mornlnfe Suspend Omaha Traffic OMAHA Nov 30 that was a blessing to winter wheat farmers but a wet blanket to Thanksgiving day outdoor programs TURN TO PAGK 4 COIAIMN B REINS TURNED OVER BY CALLES TO EMILIO GIL New Executive to Follow in Footsteps of Predecessor painted pictures praised by good Judges and had written vplays pro I duced by amateur groups but had never been nble to produce anything really They said ho felt that failure bitterly and added that Inch lings had been his final hid for the heights He became despondent and Cruiser Wounded in Gun Battle today shooting BUFFALO X Xov 30 H oral and county oflcluls were investigating a fatal the coastguard When the cabin cruiser Bus was captured in Ontario near the mouth of the Niagara river yesterday Anderson 3S ot Lewlston one of the Bug crew was shot to and Krtniund Sahr 24 Niagara Falls South Dakota Slayer Found in Strawpile Farmers One Time Wife Slain With Razor RAPID CITY S Nov 30 IP Helnmark 32 souuht by a the ceremony froni a special platform i built on forward turret Allan Hoover son of the president elect was below them with 33 land dor at Washington who is communii steamer President McKintey wire in lessed early today that tho British i freighter Chief In distress I in the north Pacific was foundering rating with the statedepartment tho first instance Aged Man Drinks Poison land that the ship the to the latest advices concerning kings condiion The latest advices from Dnres Balaam said that the prince had dclrarade ficers and sailors ivho had rcoeived warnings to appear before the royal court and receive sentence and pun ishment Wns 8Hour Job King Xeplune was accompanied j aboard by Queen Aprodlte the royal baby and ladles and gentlemen Nov 30 steamer Montreal was Young 60 committed suicide at Mon nearly two hours ticello last night by drinking boison The Montreal Maru advised the He hacl been Respondent for weeks ie court all in beautiful court Dnres with flowing robes After n around the deck before the cidefl to await the arrival of the rrufeer Enterprise there before re turning to England and thus would not avail himself of the opportunity at using the governors yacht Azania TtlRN TO PAGE 4 COIAJMN crew which was drawn up nt general tnustcr the king summoned his court ind embarked upon bis 8hour task of sentencing and directing the car out ot punishmont A battery 1 of photographers with the Hoover larty recorded theproceedings for the entertainment of thoso back I lome and for posterity Miss Huth Fessler Washington i secretary to Mrs Hoover who Is also a shellback was given the task of minding the royal baby who was Im personated by C H Chlaramonte San Pedro a sciuat bigchested boxerwrestler and football player of tile Maryland crew H T Sears oC Xew York and an electricians mate played Queen Aph IOWA FORECAST Fair Friday night and Satur day not much clmngc in temrrer ature several I President McKinlcy that she would reach the position given by the sink ins ship at 2 a m Pacific time The Chief which first sent SOS calls shortly after oclock yesterday morning apparently was about miles west of the Canadian coast or rabout half way across tha Pacific ind of the Aleutian lislancls I Tho steamship Atlantic City hn other off thrc seven vessels which rushed to tho aid of the Chief Ma jCiuilla reported that it would arrive at the scene at 9 a Pacific time I The Atlantic City reported that it jwas unable to locate the Japanese dhlp Yogen which previously GlobeGazette weather figures reported standing by the Chief 24 hour period ending at S oclock Maqullla a Friday Highest Tliursilny 29 Negroes Lowest in 21 Degrees At 8 A M Friday 22 Dfferecs Snowfall Trace After looking at the somber skies Friday morning one was prepared to believe that some ot Mason Citysl neighbors Waterloo notably yej LOCAL STATISTICS threatened suicide after it waa re jected His will wnja written a few days after the was re turned Remsen was t the other member seriously wounded lslreo possB composed ot farmers and Coastguardsmen assert tlie shooting was justified They said the boat a suspected rum runner failed to hove to wiien ordered Iiast spring the fatal shooting of Jacob D Hanson occurred only a short distance from the scene of yes terdays fatality Kcvalls 1revtous Shooting Hanson secretary of the Niagara Falls lodge of Kilts was mortally wounded his automobile Lewlston hill In Niagara county He was suspected by coastguardsmen at tho time ot running rum hut no found In his car and ac quaintances Liter cleared name of of the late Dr Ira Items former president o Tho iay beach near Jolins Hopkins university He Is surjiston today bullet holes In It bearing witness to coastguftrdsman marksman ship The boat was detected running the a been ordered to vived by his mother who lives with her son J3r Charles SI Tieinsen His wife Mrs Helen Yodcr sen obtained a divorce two years apo alleging that moods spoiled their iwppinos Among herallegations wn one that Remsen had the habit of ap pearing at social functions in ovnr alls Operator of Murder Farm Admits Death of One Mexican Bov SOLUTION SAYS PICKARD Iowa Radio Situation Diffi cult Problem Says Com missioner DES MOINES Nov 30 without lights after federal chaser had Nov 30 IIP District Attorney KillIn Rod K S Tesar of Baltimore ceived a heavy visit oC snow Thursday wno n collnty was in the role of king with C A j night As a matter of fact there Fulham of Kan Pedro royal admiral j wns a trace of snow here The wind jCniMitntf and F N Reeled Philadelphia roy that Gordon al navigator was out of the northwest and one didnt have to be unduly suspicious to Eccles Is Freed of Murder Charge j TILULINCJTOX Xov 30 K was a free man today having Iwen acquitted yesterday ot a charge of manslaughter In connection with the shooting of his son Pnill on Aug IIccles is alleged to have killed bis son while intoxicated t ti storm coming on Northcott ha made a complete conteln fcssion of the slaylug of an unidontieluui tied Mexican youth on the Xorlhoott ranch near Riverside Xorthcott was said to have told thr officers that Sanford Clark bis li year old nephew and principal ao cuser aided him in the murder He then told bow ho hart burned i watch out for it Reports had been re ceived that it had been fetching beer and ale from Canada A machine gun raked it with bul lets and when finally it was boarded Anderson was found lifeless and his companion suffering from wounds from which blood flowed freely Found No Liquor There was no liquor aboard but from the pockets of the dead man ac cording to the guardsmen were tak en clearance papers for ale and a bill of lading dated Xov 23 for a consign ment of 200 cases of ale to C Andcr son Wilson via XJagaraontheakc Ont customs authorities said that the Hug cleared from Niagara ontheLake Wednesday night with 200 cases of ale aboard It is the be lief of authorities that the cruiser hart landed its ale and was returning to port It encountered the Anderson Icavos a wife and three children ranging in ago from 7 to 13 one station a full olcaied channel j years Sahr Is expected to recover witli fulltimo broadcasting privileges ing to receive j Police Hunt Man Who in programs Iowa already received slightly more than it Is entitled to iindttr the deputy sheriffs of Pcnnington and Meads counties as tlie slayer of former wife Mrs Ruben Heimark 20 on a ranch near here was captured in a near Box Elder yester day evening The body of tho woman mother oC two children waa found with the head nearly severed by a razor Bud liazelslrom a brother with whom Mrs Hoimcirk had madeher home since being divorced last sum mer discovered tho crime on his re turn from the fields A statement of one of the two chil dren that papa here started the hunt for Hcimark wltl posses In both Meade nnd Pennington counties Yesterday eve ning Heimark was found In a straw pile on a farm near Box Elder nino miles east of here Members of the posse quickly closed In and Heimark surrendered without resistance Because of the nature of the wo mans death Intense feeling existed MEXICO CITY Nov SO Bmillo Portes Gil took the oath M provisional president of Mexico today and pledged his adminIstratlon continuance of the policies of the Ob regon and Calles governments espe cially In regard to friendship with the United States Immediately after beingsworn In tho new president read a brief mes sage outlining the uollclos govern rnent will puraus Approximately 000 persona were In the national dium to sea the Inauguration Regarding foreign relations Portes Gil said that us long astho American government continued to Bhow da sire to respect Mexican soveignty the American people would have causa to complain about their south ern neighbor But he warned sovereignty la a point on which itfexico cannot receflo or make con esslons despita tliemagnitude of Ifices that might becoirte 1 Call e s Morrow Saying that special mention uade oC the United States because it IB a neighbor and also due to the eco nomic relations uniting the two coiin ho added Fortunately the wisdom pa triotism with which Preaident and Ambassador Morrow nerve A their respective countries have all my Fortes G to oombat oven tkota of i He salt Mexico was proud of her hospitality nnd generosity which iiad been demonstrated for more than century and also proud of her in dependence She would not change her nollcy of allowing foreign workers and capital In come and share the advantages of the and Ho also promised that no pro rilbitlvo duties would be placed on for eign manufactured articles that did not compete with Mexican Industrie In regard to financial obligation hi said the administration would en deavor to comply strictly with them whether they were internal or for Follow CnHcs Plans Turning to domestic affairs Fortes Oil said that there would be strict fulfillment ot the revolutionary pro and a continuance ot tha work of the Obregon and Calles administra tion government he announced would adhero to article 27 of the con article referring to oil and land also to article article referring to labor laws Freedom ot expression whether verbal or written and including full right to criticize the president would be respected hy tho government The religious problem was not men tioned by tho Incoming president iind authorities fearing that n lynch ing might take place rushed Ilcimarl here Ho was lodged in UIR county jail pending action of Mcade county authorities PIckard federal railio commissioner hat the radio sit offcrlng a diffi cult problem and that nt immediate solution was in sight that would give radio administration law 1ickard saifl He saw no possibility of two sta tions in Jnwa having full time privi s on rrhwod channels lime on i full cleared To give chinmel at the riincb and hail to nn I the body to Punctc where lllp1 Cation would mean that tntlon in Iowa Beat Wife With Wrench DAVENPORT Xov 30 aro searching for the husband of Mrs Dorothy Kmith who Ijeat his wife witli a monkey wrencii after nn argument over when1 to oat Thanksgiving dinner Mrs Krnltli was seriously injured burind it Xorlhcntl previously nilmlt ted inistroatlng the Mexican youlli i am happy now that I have tnlrt Xorthcolt was said quoted as liavinp would havo tn got the nlr entire ho dcclarcrl The best Htilution he said was to continue Iho present ar rangement of split time on one firm died today at Brighton nfter ft cleared channel to WMO and WOU i long Illness London Publisher Dies LONDOX Xov 30 John Murray head of the noted publishing 125 ARE DEAD IN PHILIPPINES 11 Added to Death List When Steamer Runs i Aground I MANILA Nov 30 reports at last weeks typhoon today disclosed thai 11 were drowned and four reported miss ing when tho InterIsland stcanur EuzkadI grounded at Han Juan is lapel during the storm which the central group of tho Philippine Islands from Thursday until day Oreat damage wns reported done to the interIsland ships and fishing vessels Unofficial reports KOid I hat tlie TtrltiHh freighter Kamaeiy aground nt Carayan li out probably roulrl IKS Property dnninqo nn tint island nf Xegras has boon ostimatod at 000 pesos No definite ostl Hupp Motor Company Buys Chandler Firm CLEVELAND Ohio Nov SO Samuel Uepar treasurer of the Chand lerCleveland Motors corporation an nounced that negotiations for control f tho Chandler company by the Tiunp motor car corporation were concluded today mate of of been m thft on San Ttian hfavlf3t AUNT HET By Robert Quillen A wife tan get along all right without much The 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