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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1927, Mason City, Iowa IOWA Mostly cloudy tonight and Sunday colder AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FTVB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATEDPRESS LEASEDWIRE REPORT MASON NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for Uie Russia Rumania Poland Seethe With Impend ing Trouble LONDON Nov ous rivalries and suspicions today threatened international peace in Eur ope Tho Rumanian situation the Italian Albanian defensive treaty and the quarrel between Lithuania and Po land have come to the fore one week beforo the meeting In Geneva of a dis armanent conference held in the hope of furtheringpeace and goodwill Anxieties In Rumania have been re awakened by the death of Brntianu The possibility ot former Crown Prince Carol returning to claim the throne has added to the difficulties The loss tie the premier who domin ated the country for more than a fiuarter of a century it is feared may have an adverse effect on Rumanias foreign rations Hungary is dis pleased at the treatment of Hun garians in Transylvania transferred from Hungary to Rumania In 1920 by treaty Russia desires to recover Bessarabia lost toRumania as a re sult oC the bolshevik revolution Bul garia Is nursing her anger over the loss of territory to Rumania because of tho World war Treaty Sceu as Trouble Threat In another direction international Jealousies have been strengthened by the recently signed friendship treaty between Italy and Albania In some quarters the treaty Is regarded as a threat of trouble In tho Balkans I The chief cause of immediate con is quarrel between Poland In the view at many this hag been BRATIANU ORDERED PEASANT TO MAKE HIS WOOD COFFIN BUCHAREST Rumania Nov 25 late Premier Braliaiiu had a premonition of strong that he had his coffin built some time ago The premier directed a peasant carpenter at his country home to mako a plnewood coffin for him srivingthe men precise measure ments On the premiers Instruc tions the peasant hid the coffin in the belfry of the little church ot tho country estate which Bratiauu himself had built This became known only yesltt day when after a long search the coffin was found and shipped to Bucharest where it was seen to be almost as plain as those used in potters field heevjent The Polish annexation of Vilna the Gapone Fears More To Abdicate Rival Chicago Gang Leaders Will Meet to Arrange Peace Terms CHICAGO Nov der power held by Al Capone gang ruler and Anthony Lombardo presi dent of the Unions SIcillanp was re ported by the Chicago Herald and Ex step in a trtice hostilities in the present gangland warfare Alello Lombardo and rep resentatives of several other gangs will meet next week In the office of a wellknown politician who has neijer been connected with any gangs but who will act in the role of mediator the paper saSd i The account continued that the real Quarrels arising from this liae indictators in the move for peace are a creased in tension and the two na1 group of influential New York men have been in a state of virtual who control the Unione Slciliano to bloolcss diploJ which the Chicago Unione pays regu lar tribute in 1920 lie PolishLithuanian frontier was as liyet undefined has rankled This not wilhstandiriy the council of ambassa dors confirmation of Polands pos in South Bend Eleven Comes Back Soon to Take Margin BULLETIN SOLDIER FIELD Chicago Nov second period aided here with neither team being able to score and the score remained Notre Dame 7 California SOLDIER FIELD Dhicago Nov fighting Irish of Notre Dame arid the Univer ity of Southern California iridders were fighting a neck and neck battle here today in Hie chief intersectional game of the day With the first period over Notre Dame had a onepoint lead over the Californians the score being Notre Dame 7 California 0 California scored first the result of a pass Goal Was missed Late in the saine period the Notre Dame eleven counted for its first touch down also as the result of a Army Navy Not pass Dahman made marker and also kicked point to put his team in the the the lead gain Hlbbs punted tfie ball being downed by Tappan on Notro Dames 34 yard lino After Thomas made 2 yards Flan agan ripped around left end for 14 yards as the first period ended with the score Notro Damo 7 Southern Cal ifornia 6 SECOND PERIOD When the second period started the sun was attemptingto peep thru the clouds After failingto gain Dahman punted 45 yards tiio ball rollingout of bounds on the Trojans 17 yard line Drury fumbled a low pass losing 3 yards Another bad pass lost 2 more yards Hibbs punted from his 2 yard line to Illley who was chased out of bounds on Notre Dames 47 yardline Flanagan cracked center foj yards The Trojans stopped Notre Dame and Dahman Bunted 55 yards the ball bouncing back to the Trojans 8 yard line Colerick replaced Voediscli ut left end for Notre Dame Thomas and Udelson made it first down on Cali fornias 24 yard line Drury circled right end nnd cut back for 0 yards Drury got 4 yards on two thrusts Then Hlbbs punted to Riley who sig Army Forges nailed for a catch on Notre Dames 23 yard line After Wynne and Flanagan grabbed 3 yards Notre Dame was penalized 6 yards for off sldo Fred crick of Notre Dame downing tho ball on tho Trojans 47 yard line aroies replaced Edelson at lullbaclc for Southern Drury lost yards tryingto circle left enfl Dah nan iMinginjj him down Drury was stopped at right guard Moses ploughed center for 4 yards Drury lunted 50 yards to Riley who caught inntlc relations have never been re stored between them Some Improvement Noted The present position is complicated by internal political troubles in Li thuania notably the coup detat of a year ago when Prof Waldemaras overthrew he Slezevlcius ministry Di rect news from Vilna Kovno and War 41l invi VI UL iUUl t JVllllJ saw U scanty but reports thni Hpa tho others w B and Berlin Indicate that there hns ference without guns While Capone and Lombardo are re luctant to accept the proposed peace terms they are reported fearful of in alleged all ince of Alello with the pow erful George Moran The paper quotes Capono as saying Im ready to do anything to prevent more killing Make Aiello Moran and agree to attend the con been some Improvement in tho sltua tiori This was duo It Is said to the friendly of the TUUN TO PAGE 12 British Clinton Youth Heads 7th Districf DeMolays CLINTON Nov con of the 7th district DeMolay fiere last evening with a b and dance following election of officers In the afternoon s Thoseelected ore i Master councillor Donald Lundgren jClInton senior councillor Al Htbbard Dubuque junior councillor Stanley iloore Cedar Rapids scribe Ben Dlckerson Clinton treasurer Key Guzzlen Marlon Iowa City wag chosen for tho 132S convention which will probably bo held May 14 Delegates were pres ent from Belle Plalne Cedar Rapids Clinton Dubuque Iowa City Man cheater JIaquokcta Marenso and Marion Lombardo and I will meet em And well leave our guns at AUNT HET By RobertvQuilIcn Fixin1 a roast cluck is a sight of trouble hut I al ways feels repaid when Pa nsks lie hlessiri1 in hat cu lluisiastic fSTT nrtn GET Thieves Lock Marshal in Box Car and Escape With Loot PINEBLUFF Nov 26 a town mar shal in a box car five men robbed the bank of Bearden Cuachita county early today of and escaped Jliller Churcli Has Bazai MILLER Nov Thanks ffivinff dinner and bazar held at the church Thursday wag a success in every way The Rev Hjemeland de livered a sermon to a larga The proceeds from the dinner bazar amounted to 21T I FIRST PERIOD Says Roger BEVERLY HILLS Nov 26 All the days news comes from Europe Rumanias dictator died so that helps Prince Carols case Carol is only two wives removed from tho throne now Another headline says One Hundred Million More Men Under Arms in Europe Than in 191 England sends word to Italy to lay off Its taken a long time for Kiirope to get back to normal but its slow ly doing if Yours WILL Mopjrifilit Captain Drury of Southern Cali fornia won tiie toss and Notre Dame elected to receive the Icicltoff Elder took it back to tho 30 yard line He grabbed 3 yards around right end before Saunders upset him ISIder punted out oC bounds on Dames 40 yard lino Drury ripped off right tackle for u yards cvnd thet added a more Drury then shot end the con around right end for a 25 yard run or gunmen going to the Notre Dame 10 yard line Edelson hit center for 3 yards Notre Bame took time out to think this sudden thrust over Tho ball was resting 3 yards from their goal Drury cracked left tackle for a yard and bumped Into center losing a yard with Walsh stopping him Drury then tossed a pass to Saunders who grabbed tho oval as he stepped across tho line for Southern Californias first Brurys kick for the added poini was blacked Af teiCalifornia scored Notre Dame rushed its first string backs into the fray ITlannagan replaced Elder at left halt back Dahman replaced Chevigny at right and Eiley went in for Brady at quarter Flanagan took the kickoff and re turned it to the 25 yard line Flanagan on 3 smashes gained 9 yards Then Dahman punted low and out of bounds on tho 35 yard but California was penalized 15 yards for roughness giv ing Notre Dame first down on tho DO yard line Flanagan cut thru left tackle tor C yards Collins added 3 thru tho same spot Dahman punted 40 yards with Captain Notro Damo down ing the ball on Californias 5 yard line Flanagan threw Drury for a 2 vard loss IVUh the ball on Californias 5 yard line Hibbs kicked from behind his own goal line to Riley on tho 4S yard line Flanagan In two thrusts made first down on CaHfornias SO yard line He ploughed thru center again for 7 i Collins hurtled thru center for another first down on Californias 28 yard line After one pass failed Riley tossed a 2S yard pass to Dahraan who caught the ball back of Californias goal Dahman kicked goal making the score Notro Damo 7 Southern Cal ifornia 6 Edelson took the kickofC on the 27 and ran It back to the 35 and tho ball on his own goat line but nanaged to escape going out of bounds on tho Notre Dumc G yard line Dahman punted the ball bounding back to Notro Dames 24 yard line Drury ducked around right end for 4 yards before Flanagan stoppedhim Moses added 4 more thru center to Notro Dames 17 yard line Moynihan replaced Frederick at center for Notre Damo and Law went in for Leppigat right guard A pass Drury to Moses was good for first down on Notre Dames 7 yard line Thomas at tempted to pass to McCastin over the goal line but it was Incomplete nnd tho ball went to Notro Dame on the Irish ZO yard line Hoff replaced Believing at right tackle for the Tro jans Itiley and Flanagan made 3 yards and Dahman punted Walsh downing theball on Southern Call forniaa 46 yard line Drury hit right tackle for 4 yards as the second per iod ended with the score Notre Dame 7 Southern California 6 in ird 142 Middies Spring Surprise by Getting Off to 2Point Start in N Y BULLETIN rOLO GROUNDS Now York Nov army went inlo the lead here today in Hie service game by scoring touchdowns in the third period making the score Army 14 Navy 2 POLO GROUNDS New York fighting navy team with no respect for football favorites outplayed the anny in the first half of their annual game today and led 2 to 0 at the end of the first half before a colorful crowd of Navy scored a safety inthe second period when Murrells HARDING DEFENDER Defense Begins After Judge Declines New Trial Motion CINCINNATI Nov state today concluded its Iirect case igamst George Hemus on trial foV his life Imogene ind with an hour and so minutes of tho court session the first ness was called for defendant wit Ho was Leo A Burke a Cincinnati attorney who represented Remus at various times duringtho last several nonths Immediately upon Charles TaftB I declaringthe state had completed ts direct case Charles H Elston co counsel with Remus who gets as his own chief of counsel leaped up with ho motion usual In such oases one or a directed verdict of not guilty It was denied by Judge Chester it Shook Moves io Strike Evidence Elston next moved to have much r tho states evidence stricken He ssertod that the state had failedto novo that Remus acted as nn agent f n foursided conspfrapy when lie hot his ivlfe Tho stalo maintained hat U had proved at least part of Its conspiracy charge Judge Shook reserved decision upon that point Eiston moved that tho three alien ists who just previously had report ed officially that Remus was eane Whenhe shot Mrs Remus Oct 6 last and waa eane now be removed fron the judicial dais They took seats there Just back of Uio judge a few days ago was blocked on his goal George Allenlsfs Malio Report CINCfNNATr Nov 26 AP yard line After Saunders gained 1 yards Drury broke around right end for 17 yards and first down on Notre Damca 44 yard line Drury was spilled by Collins for a 3 yard loss Llofd Thomas added a yard Ilibbs then punted high to Notro Dnmes i yard line Collins and Flarjigan grabbed s yards on three smashes Dahman punted SO yards to Urury Pset on theTrojans 10 Wynne replaced Collins at fullback for Xotre Dame Palling to i Executed Leaders Bodies Followed to Grave by Huge Throng MEXICO CITY Thursday Nov 24 Auguslin Projuarcz Catholic priest and hree companions who woro executed Wednesday for an attempt against the life of former President Obregon were borne to their last resting places iato today amid unusual scenes of an Plause equalling that at fouthall or hascliall games which swept the Pan theon do Dolores the cemetery of sor rows from thousands of throats as tho cartels containing priest and his brother Humberto executed with him arrived at dusk Long live the martyrs the great crond shouted at tho samo time clapping hands and cheering Thous ands of persons fought to get to the caskets touch them with ros aries Crosses and flowers Tho funerals of the four men at ractel probably the greatest crowds that have ever gathered for such a private interment WEATHER NEXT WEEK who was yard line For the region of the Great Lakes tho upper Mississippi and lower Mis sour valleys tho northern ami central grcnt per iods of precipitation thruout the wrik varlablc temperature mostly near nor mal but probably colder by close line the hall hounding outside intho end zone for an auto malic safety Navy came back Lo drivo the hall to within IS inches of Armys goal line where the cadets stopped them with a powerful back to the wall de fense The midshipmen outgen eralled and thoroly outplayed the vet eran cadets thruout the first half Clifton Ransford and Lloyd the navy backa ripped thru tho army defense for repeated gains rollingup nine first downs as compared with only two for the soldiers The only cadet flash came in the second quarter when Cnglo completed 20 yard pass to Murrell but the anny lost nearly all of this ground as the navy broke thru to tackle Caglc three itmcs behind the line FIRST Aavy gained on tho first exchange of kicks After yecoiving the kickoff Army could notfadvance and Murrcll punted to Navjjs 35yard line Navy used a quick ftick In punting back and grounded tho ball on Armys 5 yard line Murrell had to kick right out and Lloyd ran out of bounds on Armys 42yard line The Middies gained 30 yards on an exchange of kicks and immediately launched a rushing attack Navy plungcd to a first down on Armya 29 yard line then made an other 19 yard marker Clifton picked up 8 moro and then made It first down on the 5 yard line Army stopped CHfton before he could start and Navy vas set back 15 yards for holding Lloyd arid Rnnsford failed to gain on a double pass Lloyds sweeping end run was spilled and when Clifton mado only G yards thru center Army took tho ball on Us 10 yard line Neither could gain nnd another ex change of kicks was mado with little to chooso between tho boots Xnvy kicked again but tho Middies were off IUUH was sane when he killed his wife hero Oct G last and Is sane now as he Is on trial for murder the threealienists appointed by Chester R Shook found in a officially filed today Tile former chief of tho veterans bureau Charles Forbes ulio wns released from the federal penitentiary nt Lcavemvorth announces he lias startling statements o make correct erroneous impres sions iel public of former President Wnrrcn O Harding Revelers at Ball See Two Lady Go divas Waxen Figure Doubles for Historic Personage in Chicago Event CHICAGO Isov Godlvas one real the other wax brot the annual arts ball to an anticlimatic clos9 at half past one this morning Three thousand revelers who had come to seo how life IB to bo lived in A and who had been told in publicity proso for a fortnight that Lady Godiva would be recreated in her original artisticundrajie mot dis appointment They had been beforehand that Lady Dodlva would bo without iier legendary up under this horae and departure they bore from the report side and had to do if over The sec ond effort hy Lloyd was not so good tho ball going out of bounds on Armys 7 yard line Army failed to dent the Navy do fenso and Murrell kicked to mldfield where Ransford fumbled as lio wns tackled A swarm of cadet players covered tho bait on Navys Is yard line pKiaon Cagle passed to Mmrell for a gain of 2f ynrds on thlj third piny of the second period placing tho Ixill on Navys 22 yard line Two lino wcro unproductive and on tho third wns blocked before ho could get pass off and for n loss of if yards Murrell then kicked to NuvyH 8 yard line Lloyd returned tho kick and Cagle ran it baclr to Xavys yard line Wilson got r yards off tackle hut on tho noxi piny a poor paw stopped him without gain An Incomplcted The report was provisional the psy chiatrists asserted and was based up on Interrogation of Remus and obser vation of him In the courtroom since tho trial started Nov 14 It might be changed lafer they said Tho report was not read to the Jury Judge Shook asserted that he accepted it ut this time for his own guidance Hail It found Remus insane Remus would not have been permitted to con tinue as his own chief of counsel the court asserted from the bench pass gave tho ball to Navy on its own 30 yiml line Clifton at onci rushed thru center for 12 yards and a first down Lloyd added J Navy got a break when a pass Lloyil to Hans ford was completed by way of a par tial block by an Army player It placed tho ball on Armys 41 yard line Navys running gnmo popped however and Lloyd kicked to Ctigle Inside Armys 10 yard line Navy scored a safety when Mur rells kick against ills own goal line was blocked and bounced out of bounds In tho end zone The play Coventry story with becoming fort tude They baa reconciled tliemselve to a podentary Godiva posing uncla In a gill frame and they wero willing for the sake of art to forego th horse with the understanding that th oppaoarance of Lady Goiva herself in tho person of Miss Rosalind High tower Detroit would suffice t refresh their memories concerning this epic episode in the history of old Coventry Guosts Arc Disappointed An hour before Godiva business which was down on tho program i fashions of A the commit tee which had been voluble during the past week discoursing on tho artistic tlnrinfiof tho Coventry enterprise in sisted that Miss Hightower positl would appear Lady Oortiva Piuil Revere long before Revere But when he curtains wore purtecl tho clients nmssid in front of thv St Louis Man to Correcl Tales About One Time President LEAVENWORTH Nov his most import ant mission in life would be to cor rect the erroneous impression the pub lic Iras been given of President Hard Coi Charles It Forbes today re turned to civilian life after completing service of a two year term in the fed eral penitentiary bore Tho 40 year old former director of the United States veterans bureau convicted In Chicago in 392 of de fraudingtho government In awarding contracts for veterans hospitals was eleascd at Chid in a neat business suit his hat onccallne his grey hair ho from the prison sate with a firm 11 marked coiitrast to his entry Rig orous application to his profession of civil engineer in surveying peniten Jary property and even In wielding a mmmer and a saw in construction vork apparently has restored him to tho health ho enjoyed in a long army career Bark to St Louis Ho paused only lone enough to Issue a statement on hU plans for iTie fu ture before enteringan automobile with a newspaperman from St Louis They left immediately for that city His statement dealinglargely with recommendations for handling prison ers in various types of penal institu lions concluded with tho announce ment ho startling to re relative to his connection with tho 1Iardlng administration In conclusion tho statement said In the light ofthoerroneous im pression tha public has been given of President Harding I shall have some interesting facts to reveal facts which will put to Bhamo a lot of sycophants unclothed just ilk did when sho ptn brightly lighten slajrc only a lire in wax It was Miss Hiplitowerf iirermnilp by a Chicngo nrllsr with all its symmetry of lino Ii Vra x none tho less Then the curtains dropped together or a seconds was automatically a safely and unvo the Navy two points Army put the bail in play on a free kick and Rans ford ran it to the Armys 43 yard line Navy completed a pass after seemed to have been smothered trying to get a toss off From under a mass ot players tho big back tossed a pass to Ransford on tho 2 yard line An other first down was rushed on the H yard line Lloyd making the vital Jrlve Clifton plunged to the C yard Ine and as the cadets made first doivn 3 yards from a touchdown Clifton twlco carried the ball fightinghis way forward a yard each time Lloyd was stopped with a foots progress ind Clifton was stopped In his tracks on fourth down as tho soldiers yelled ind Uie sailors groaned Army took the ball and Murrnlt carefully punted to mldfield for the first play THIRD PERIOD Army got a good start In the second half when ran the kickoff back 20 yards to Armys 3d yard line Mur rell mado it first down n two plays Wilson added 5 Army drew an offside finally and then bucked the ball out of bounds Cnjrlo wastacklcrt before lio could pass and Murrcll kicked to Ransford on Navys 1 yard line Wilson took Lloyds punt and ran 18 yards to Xnvys 2S yard line The Army captain bucked lo the 8 yard lino and a first ilown Wilson bucked out of bounds and when was brot Iti Wilson parrying tho ball for Ilia fourth succcHslvo time added 7 parted tbo wax figme had TURN TO PAGE i they wore ilisap Line Workers Meet Death by Touching Power Wire LOXKTREE Vov M Wood 25 Unevllle nnd Delbcrt Wil liamson 51 Martclle members of nn electric construction crew near here were electrocuted tod cnmo in contact with high line today when they volt Ioaves for Florida ROCfCPORD Nov 2fl Gcr trudo Mitchell left Friday for Miami where she will spend the winter wJtii her father C M Grrcne LOCAL yards Wilson then slipped off tackle and drnwred a lock uuMers io within a yard of the Konl line It first ilown nnd to Wil GlobGazette weather figures for I hour period ending at a m Sal unlay Maximum Minimum At a Whats this TWO drardaysright I n a row Unheard this boralmrvM I once this month and that within first five days when Octobers h vrr itiniicnit was still wlf Tho wind this t I Ir morning was O fi il I tjfll tit Uff 1 son went over for iho touchdown thru toward the m nl I renter and Cugle kicked the goal maU tnrr wV tempera1 ng the score Anny 7 Navy 4 ind calumniators whoso chief pur lose seems to bo the destruction nf tho good character of onn of the noblest men it has been my prhikgo to know My personal and intimate assocla tlon with Warren Harding has placed me in a position to prove the falsity ot much that hns iicen furnished tho public and this shall bo tho most im portant mission of my life Promises Startling Facts T Could he Harding defend himself I the American public would havo much different Impression about some of the important happenings of his ad1 ministration Ho was a man who loved hig friends victimized thru hi belief in tho fundamental honesty of men in high public office Some of the facts I shall reveal III be no less starting and sensational Hum many of the charges made Signed CharlcH R Forbes Ucclarlng had spent the months of Imprisonment in congenial including surveying acres of land nmi drslimingof numerous iilldinRs ho liiudnd particularly tha medical staff Compliments Physicians He told how ho hud been o the prison hospital for months with nn nttnc of diseaKo and how had m a jafsa measure regained us hoaltfi Ordered to pay a fine In uT Mtlon to his two year term Col orhes took a paupers oath Oct 7 nut and served 30 additional days re lulrnd in smlft cases Ho was allowed days for Rood Indicated ho planned to visit bin 3 year old mother In Plymouth and also would make a trip to Vashlngton before resuming his rro cssion as an engineer A Wisconsin bootlegger a in twelve hours after confes Ion Quick City POOR PA By Claude Cullan rough Inokiu uncln i visitnus in1 nelly lias it lake him lo tlu whon linus for hcp cnu In ;