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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edilrd for fhp Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES IOWA WEATHER Rain In south portion and rain or enow In tha northern nart colder In cast and couth portion to night Tuesday partly cloudy am warmer in northwest part anil fn noijth and west central portions to nJsrht VOL XXXIV FIVE CBNT3 PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPT UNITED PRESS AND itffS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 301 BY Sacco Friends Blamed for Train Wreck Attempt id Ml N MURDER CASE 18 Year Old Youth Says Girl Dared Him to Shoot CHICAGO Schlieben IS called the Tough Kid his neighborhood is being held for the slaying of 16yearold Stephanie girl who loved to dance ami dead body a bullet thru the Arrest Near J in Shooting of Physician Wife of Victim Says She Will ReEnact Slaying of N J Man HAMMONTON Sept AP With developments moving swiftly In the investigation of the fatal shooting of Dr A William the authorities said today heart was found on a deserted street they were Hearing a solution of lh corner early yesterday mystery Louis Bepetto prosecute SchUeben thepolico eaid confessed oC Atlantic county predicted at to shooting the cirl using a pistol with jleasfone arrest on the charge nrar few hours before the girls mother threatened commit suicide because of the late hours Stephanie had been keeping Schliehen however What WillHeSay This Last year he said to the first committee that he OIPUT CdO wasnt interested To the second committee he said heljH f 11 If did not believe in any of the American i v Red Cross the Boy Scouts the Salvation Army the So cial Welfare League the Public Health Nursing Service the Y W G the Y M Hes a good average American citizen too He has T T I gUVItt Cl V Ug W uu i f Frank Cole Selected as a good paying job and works at it He owns his own Australia and Lhina to Offinal Kv home an automobile a radio He takes a vacation to j Re Destinations of Utticial Dy the north woods in the summer time oe uesiinauons or But more than all these lie has other priceless pos boyand two in school in Mason City M E Conference der be made The prosecutor declined to reveal i the identity the suspect j Alls Margaret Lillieiidnhl widow of insisted th shootin wan nn the physician and Willis Reach are Slie Dnreri Me j under tail as material witnesses She dared me tn shunt the Beach a 50 year old poultry farmer youth said I pointed H tn scare her Tho trigger must have caught on some Police learned that Mrs Celac had pleaded with Sietfle to stop soinp To at late hours and especially to break off her friendship with Schlie ben Sim threatened 40 kill herself if Stephanie didnt obey All iisfit mother dont worry any he girl is u have told her mother Youre worth more to me than FranUie and thats savins a Stephanie then took the pistol is alleged by the authorities to havo admitted heinj the author letters addressed ro Anderson uaid to have been received by Mrs Lillien dahl and to have met her many times at a uyating place in secluded glen A hollow oak tree was used as their postoffice he wax quoted as bavins said llirt confession tho polico ns serteil wns made after be had heen in farmed lha t Mrs yea led the irysti this information FUich her mother threattiiud to kill herself and went lit to meet Schiieben and break off their re lationship Toult Gnu Prom 5irl There words Schlioben took pistol from tier and pointed Jl it Lillieiiduhl had re g phuo Mosl llofl till Methodist ministers in Mnson Cty wore ronppointcd In day at tlio Uuper Iowa conference meeting at Cellar Falls Tlio Key J F Uoeyc paslor of Hie First Methodist vliurvh was rfjturncil the Flev Jiimes of the Olivet Methodist rinireb C13DAR FALLS Sept Tlie appointment or Prank Col tiring stiperinteadont of the Tinpiiln diBtrict of tho tipper towa coni the feronce of the Methodist j clnirch as vicepresident of Cornell college nt Mt Vernon was announced ere today is bnflinnss manager of the college in charge of the financial cam paigu of the coming year Xrudistrict superintendents of the I confereiirre named arc AV T Wouldnt you think he would have one dollars in terest in those organizations trying to develop char acter in his neighbors boysand girls if not his own Wouldnt you think he would have one dollars interest in those doing charitable work Wouldnt you think he have one dollars interest in the Red Cross still i helping the boys who fought for him and others during What will he say this year We believe he will say Last year he said the Blank family had not received Latest Entries NEW YORK Sept tra USoceanic air adventure had two fresh entries today with California as their starting point and Australia nnrt China respectively as their des limitiona Kour MistraHiiu aviator backed by government oC Xeiv South Wales are reported preparing mile air journey from to Melbourne to bo negotiated in five stapes next month Chines merchants In San Francisco South China hacking a good vrill flight from San Francisco to China in Thf Australian flight as tentative ly charted would proceed from Oak land to Hawaii miles Ihenco 1o New 3SOO Up on Roiites of Legion Men Damage Is Discovered Be fore Arrival of Legion Special Train NICE France Sept SaccoVanzctti sympathizers ho liovod by polico today to have heen behind two attempts to wreck trains in the Riviera region at the timo the American JjCglon goodwill tourists were enroute hero from Paris There was no clue to tho persons who planted the bomb that tvroclccd 15 yards of track near Sat urdaj midnight Bomo hours before the p lo Xew Gl fo northern Thephysicians 41 year old widow denied That Beachs relations with her anything but those of a family Jriend I dare Stephanie There was ashot Stephanie who liked late hours who liked but who lilicd her mothpr host of fell They found Schlieben at the homo nf asleep was GIRL KILLED It Bureau Sees Cold Period on Way Rains Are General any care So hewould not give one cent to the American Melbourne CuU For Three Stops jf v LlUlL1 IJ licit Ji1 111 tll til i I tt Lll j A ft the investigators tho Cedar Rapidn district and K ClOSS The Boy ScOUtS 01 America SalVatlOll Allliy bO cial Welfare League Public Health Nursing Service Y lnii 350 miles Australia and to that of S 13 Kills pops from Mt Yerncm to Marshall town T C Lemon re I superintendent nf the Duv onporfc district wis minister at Prairit Chapel Tlio following thL romplelR np pottttriTontF read for iho Uivpr1 conference WATERLOO UlSTKICT F C Superintendent M C Y W C A Some one had made a mistake in the welfare work of Mason several of them But what about the efforts to improve that work pprrWhat about the creation of the Social Welfare League to try to unify that work and see that such Blank families are not neglected Has he called 161 in train was due hut tho au thorities aro pressing their Investiga tion all along tho coast from Arsell les to Alentone Near Monte Carlo boulders were plied on the track and at near Cannes a bomb which failed to explode planted Ijofrlon Under Gimrcl Prompt work hy tho track Inspec tion force averted disaster in both cases Soldiers and police protected the American lxpion poodwill tourists on their departure for Genoa Italy This evening uallway authorities took ali possible procavitions to prevent the past 12 months and reported any specific cases i ri 1jAiausht TllE i isi YORK Sept A year old girl was shot to death as V she sleptJodFiy by a iii year old mnnj Ujn revenge for the elopement ofhis Ufjhter the police allege prirl Angelinc Constance was cep in her hpd at her home in U lORth street when she was In u stantly billed hy a shot srun dis1 acconlins o the police by i 0 piagpio Arsenic who escaped overt the roof tops UelativoH told the poj lire that Arsenio onragrd ovrrl the recent elopement of his daughter with a younjr man introduced hy i Operat Iowa Mines 104 1 OR Sept 2 the earliest irvthe thirty eight years nf Hie local bureaus history fell here today ST PAUL Sept rain and tempera tures were felt in various sections of the northwest Tn Hie Tilaclc hills of South Da Itola a lotiil nf four inches of snow fell over the weekend and thf falltoiiflnneil today Tiie temperature wns nrounil 38 rte above MOTJVES Sepl Northern Jowa receive lla first renl BIIOW tho penson tonight the fore i cast of tiie Bovcrnmont weather hn refill hero indicated today If the prospect for tiie southern portion The storm wMll be followed by cold Ur the east and solllh or jtiona nnd warmer wpatlior ii i northwest and west central portion i tonight pt i Tuesday but Duniont D C Perry Oewer H K Prescott Kast Janct vilie K it Horton ElmaDecrflcld h A Floyd A B Oablo Tredericksburp C O Gerard Freder Gallagher K Ciraut Geneva G W McConkey Greene K Bul n Ctillis lanesvillo f A Smith leanpMulfton J C Warton TorL Pity T M Neil sen Marble Rook A R rioovor Mason Oily First 1 lioije Mason Olivet Jnines Mi Hope George B Shoemaker Xasbau Rainonil tlrant New 1 13 Hartford no bo siipplierii Nora Springs IT A Crutub I Xorthwoorl T P Shaffer Osnsc E Prye U A 1lainfield S F Kcndcrdine fly Galbrelh P T Baldwin Riccvillo Mclntyre O J Rockwell Turner Wicffiold 1 V mistakes as you hope your own to be forgiven And give a Ijttle for seven good causes Last year he said he would give his He wouldnt give to the American Red Cross The Boy Scouts1 of America Social Welfare League Public Health Nursing Salvation Army Y M and Y W C A through the Community Chest He would give direct to the Salvation Army Strange that a pains taking check hy the Salvation Army never found any record of his giving What will he say this year Tentative plans for the Cahfornia China flight as announced In New York by Dr Ticu LaiHuang n majoi in theCanloticse air force provide for three or four hops with fitops at Hawaii UIG Midway Islands and pos sibly at Tokyo A threemotored plane to he named tho Spirit at Canton svill bo built this winter and its construction will bo supervised tho Cantonese officer nald by Major Robert Millnr of Minne sota attached to the 120th aorial squadron and Capt Harold J president of tho Chicago Minneapolis am Seattle Air Transportation com pany Theso men probabiy will com prise the crew of tho plane Meanwhile Inactivity characterized other flying projects After unsatisfactory instrument tests Capt Hcno Fonck announced Indef inite postponement of bis round trip lit from New Tori to Ran Fran cisco and Tenth Elder again set bacK tho time or her takeoff for Taris ponding tnoro favorahle wrath BACKERS ARF UNEASY OVER FLIGHT DELAY Last year he said he would give thru his craft He said he was giving all the money he could ford to help his own craft through its own tion Thats fine Most of us do that through a lodge a church or a welfare club of some sort But could he Sept ithan IS hours had passed this niorn in Ilio hipla TITiS TO PAfiK IS renre of the altcrnpts mado against their train Some hours before the Legion train was duo hern early yesterday a homh ivaa exploded on tho traclc a few miles this Kido oC Cannes tearing up tho rails openiiu a crater In road bed and severing telegraph and tole phono along tho right ot way A few hours after communication hail teen another at ttmpt was reported with tho finding of a pilo of houlders on the roils nca pronto Carlo Tho headed by Com nianrlor 7toward P Savage and Com ins der Klert E 15 Snafiord hnev nothiiiR of the attrmpts asalnst then until after their arrival Xono was it jured Tncfenscil Welcome lo Vlsllorn The nttcnipta nt thn Legionnaires itiftnad of adversely affoctiiiB tho wol como accorded them Imre jeemed 1 anything to mako It moro cordial Crowds lining tho strtets In sollr masses driwned their cheers tho strains of a military hand which es corted the visitors under tho Arch o Triumph and down the gaily r7ecorate Avenue do Victoirp Similar were enacted all day with the police having difficulty in Ifccpinjtho crowds within bounds Amongtiro ceremonies wcrn tho do popittnR nf a hronzD wreath on th nionllment lo war dead a bnnciuct ton by th citys Rorrrnnicnt boarh nnd a tnur of the fnniouf isiioifline ro Alonlp Cnrlo Believe Storm Was Part of Typhoon Striking Japanese Island HONGKONG Sept Tim Exchange Telegraph hero receipt of a report That persons perished when an immense tidal and typhoon fitruck YcunlcgkonBK Kwankttmff province 150 miles west ofthis city on Sept 10 Twenty thousand homes dam aged and 400 junks and sampans des troyed the report said Tho toUl loss ia estimated at Tha report from Hongkong wouifl indicatethat tho tidal and typ oon which took 400 lives injured 00 and caused tremendous material amago on tho Tapanefso Island of Clushio on Sept IS had first struck ho Chinese coast along tho lower part DC Kwanstnng province The storm which ravaged ths Kluah o coastal cities camo from across thfl ast China Rea and travelled north ittst Hours after its forces been ixpcndod In Kiushlo the tall of tho yphoon whipped towns on tho main Japanese Inland of Hondo causing ntnor cansualties and damage passing oat to sea Tho distance from llongliong to Ka asaki one of tho cities on JCIuahtn struck by tho typhoon is approximate y miles POSSE PURSUES IBM Fugitive Is Wanted for Slay ing Officer in Nebraska Sept Wlillo deputy Bhcriffs guarded possihlo roads of escape H poosa walled linioiit tho night outside a heavily flooded near tho Mis souri river whero Wesley Bradford nn Indian wanted for tiio slaying of Sheriff William Adnms o Tlinrston county was believed to hidinp At dayhrenk the search for Bradford resumed Bradford wtio escaped from Pander jail Thursdny nlpht had heon traced to n deserted house hy Adarns and Deputy Sheriff P 1 McMiiniiH of Itomor As tho officers brolio tlmi the rToor Bradford fired a sliotKun fala ly ivoundiiiK Adnms and escape thru a rear door I O K Moore T Shaffer Slmllroclc sr stnyvilli r F Miller Waterlo DKS Sept Of I Tupsdny will be partly cloudy ficers of the Jowa mine operators as Ilo rain or snow was pociation today replied to recent The rains of Sunday were cen ments of Joe Morris president the state varyiriR from yaiogst district 13 United Mine WorUcrs of inch at Davenport to inch at Ai America that the numher of mines lantic ivacr operating under tlie Jacksonville ngreement was increasing by decUu Most of the rain fell in the west and southwest sections of the state Un n i the rain will be of little value to corn i it wns said Ing that 104 Towa coal mines ac j less a period of warm weather follows uorking on a nonunion basis ai Tiape considerably less than tiie ST a nay basis of the Jacksonville pa Thirtynino of this list the opei nrs claim in fiyiuity a li aro located in count Frank not squeeze a dollar for that Red Cross still having 150 calls a month from the exgob and a dol lar for the Public Health Nurse whose care may help a family whose children go to school with his Or a dol lar for the Boy Scouts making straight manly men out of some of the boys in his very neighborhood Arent i there things in the community of importance to him and First J A j Smith loo Waverly n Pacnn DISTRICT family besides his own craft erick Wife of Indianapolis i MayoiNamed ControUer to Senator RrooUliart reeuis ninff a fo Norri for era be run i Tele r P AUNT HET ly llobcrl ijuillni J nhvnys fhink liavB more Irouhlri ilian intn unlil I thr wny In talks wlwi lios Ooteshurc and Cleveland nnd Kciulnil vilV K If AVoctl fieionih F Hill man Dhli lice Buthi riVovo 1 Atkins INDIAXAPOIJP SVpl j n Si Lukes Du John ruvall wife ofjiuriuo TT D Atciiipon John i the Indianapolis mayor was Mast ruibiniiip Cciiigr jcity controller lodily smcepding raiilc Kdeowootl f Ilevclaml j Clando F held Kljln lllyra lopition sincft September Robert Davles f A Calinjs Calirmr Fredt TTT xeison Chester Henry We beheve he 11 say yes th is year j AUTOWSDPiJE 12 READS FACE OTHER CHARG Body of Meier Well Known Merchant Found in Base ment of Store TIAMPTOX Sept Winnebago Court Session to Get Along KURKST C1TV Sept ork or for couiv jiy iiports that thus far in Ui7 no jury has been nailed fur service Tlio jury selected for this term of court has been notified ihroo times not to appear but are still subject to call Getting thru court procedure without a Jury effects a bis savins in court costs for Mr IjynB says it costn abnut I30 a day to pny jurymen who aro required for each pnncl Not sincn tho court expense fund of county was over Third Mississippi Barge Passes Keokuk KKOKU1C Sept i ricneral Ashluiin lliird towbont of the upper Mississippi river harfjo linr passed tliri tTio here this moin ins on her maiden trip hound for Pi where slio will n a of baryes Tlir f C Vchbor with foalson carryillfr n f whea and other material ihiij In IT in the flay Iowa State College Will Have Orchestra AJMCS Sept An orchestra oJ I men which will piny old familiar ncy caused liy ill health is believed now It surphisor i nvr1nffcd in modern rhyth iin have Iwen the cause for tho sulciilcfihnur whicii facl caused rncmwili hp added featur jherf early this morning of Charles rduction r thn lax lew thi 10 nlllsip department of Iowa S Mclcr C7 prominent liiiffncss man i i Stato colkso thii year Tiie orchestrn Iforinorly mannsror of the Ifampton s rivpr bo conducted by Tolbert MacRac II T Tf f 1 T Will Rogers Sepr Brisbane aays that 11 poo pin died listening ovr the radioto thft fight They just committed suicidr for Ilic announcer lo quit nnnounciiiK th Hsl of pevs and toll them who won I ho Germany this morning in the paper wants everybody to disarm fiaying they will disarm Yes but look what it cost to disarm la it worth that making a nation disarm Besitlea disarming only prolongs wars Both sides fight til they get Om We didnt have any when we wrnl in lari lime dllli is ivlrit yon rmt i IV l R oriU Mayiiari Jiyeltp T n vfl I 7 f TIccii ilr rini P n YV ICablc jMnnrrhealer R Porter I MasonvilU to snpplirdl 1 nriiff ind rohn Carry IT If Smilh Oclj wcin A W Urmiilc Randnlin Woman Is Injured When Father and Son Formerly Aviator Attempts to Shenandoah Are In Make Landing dieted Again The hocly with iio Iiffht toniple supplied Pi Tic hazards of the future aro forecasl by ca here last evening j PKP Srpt rlltional indictments charging fraiuhi lent bankinp and misapplication bank funrtfi hcen returned by n 1 B Shorty Fulton was circling cdcrril Brand jury in United Suites land liis plane at Fulton field court here against Thomas II i found i i findinp ricd to fcriner Robinson on to field drovo nder former president of tho his i Va tlonal hnnk of Slienandoah n Ar he levelled ot four or e feel iff i he ground thero was a pnr ann i orasU That certainly was a rough andintr said Fulton said one of hia passengers jjst hit an Mrs was cut on the aco by flying glass Three other oc AV Clewnrth Suprrmtendrnl of the car and three occu pants of tdrHying machine escaped Itnth the plnne iJi all Trim were IStraiviierrr Sumner f 1farop Davies H T Tern pie T7nion K Seldoiv Win thorp IT Artman CEDAR RAPIDS TITSTRIfT Albion J r Snyrlor PtiiVbr Smith P 1 Instiiution and his sons A Read former vinepresident anrl JTen ry Rcarl former cashier i Other Indict ments connected with the nianagcment of the bank were I returned by federal grand jury jlast January A trial on these has mot yet taken place All indictments will bo taken up at the November term of the court 1 TriKt January Filbert A Read was acquitted on n stale court charge entering ihe banl at after i had a bullet thru j was by f lilsii of i he Feinent of Ihn liuilrlins prnej Ihr smre Ibis n niMrrssctl o tated Hint i0fly would he n hascincni Walsh nfier he noto on n con liter hur tie basement nnd found his cinplcyrr dead nnri H Arthur suni d nnd announced that an in not necessary No arrange j merits for The funrral been I made Mr Meier is survivor by his tor Elizabeth a stuilcnt in tho hlph j school here and a son Corlls vim a pipe orffnnSst in a Milwnukeo the ater Ills wifo died several afro The former merchant had hrcn In poor henkh for some time nntT re Ind Hrftm six in fight is over hut thr fight Inlki lies Hollies Tribune llcrfl of doparlineni The Local Weather Amerirnn Roet corporation weather figures for hour rcrlocl I R A into i nunihe the inn SI W Kwlns Frail vjstoi us Si TiRX TO is joins Ihrse ray ivilh nn oporn S iincl the IriOay Tl inc I rev Slows Club i TlK T Mr for flnilrv n ni Sunday Maximum t n At 8 n m 58 figures for 2l hour period ending at 8 n m Monday Maximum Maximum W Minimum SI At 8 a m Indications S7 I n d w r iuni imiKhi H niinJnK T b POOR PA Mn an1 hoiiiif in Ilinl CfKll tlllf Illrli n noigh iriap sldro ulml llv I   

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